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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 27 NO. 13 U. 5\ NAVAL
AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 19, 1969
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Silver Star Medals Presented at Marine Barracks .


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JAX -- A Jacksonville mother Mrs.. Louise G. Stenbeck of neck, who is recovering from and hazardous terrain to carrya wounded, Hengevelt refused
whose Marine son detected an 2532'Forbes St. received the Sil- wounds at the Naval Hospital, mortally injured man to safety. medical evacuation until all other
enemy ambush in Vietnam and ver Star and Bronze Star Medalson was also decorated with the Silver Boldly returning across the fire- casualties were moved to
exposed himself to a hail of behalf of her son, Corporal( Star for his heroic actions swept area, he reached another positions of relative safety whilehe
bullets while his buddies took William T..Cumbie. while in Vietnam. wounded Marine, and finding: him continued to direct supportingarms
cover received posthumously two The ceremony was held at the Cumbie died last February 9 too critically injured tobe moved fire against the. enemy.
medals her son won for gallantry station's Marine Barracks at while serving as a scout dog remained by the man's side to Hengevelt's parents attendedthe
during ceremonies June 11. 1 p.m. Another young leather- handler with the Third Marine administer first aid. Himself ceremony.

. Division. His company' was on a
I search and destroy missionwhen
1 he detected the ambush that cost
I him his life.A .

_.S..S* ____ citation that goes with, the
medal said, "With complete disregard -
for his own safety he i lwt
unhesitatingly shouted a warningto
his fellow Marines and com- .5
menced directing accurate fire t *

on the enemy. Although aware ,
of the danger involved he stead- 1 S
fastly remained In his exposed
position and continued drawingthe
attention of the hostile sold-
1tV U pv(, y'
iers as his companions deployedto 1
covered fighting positions.
While engaged in this selfless
task he was mortally wounded."
He was presented the posthumous -
Bronze Star for meritorious
service in Vietnam from May
1968 until the time of his death.
During that period he was credited -
3 a' with outstanding service to his

country during 10 major combat
\ Najw Greene with Mrs Stenbeck operations. The commanding Cpl. Hengevelt, parents and sister.Underwater .
general of the Fleet Marine
Force Pacific, wrote "He repeatedly -

"Motor C.o.palSIlisl distinguished himself by Demolition
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hIS"roU'rage and composure un,-*; > .
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der fire. The corporal and his

two-Weeks Active scout dog, uncovered numerous "
Duty enemy bunkers, food caches and Team Seeks Volunteers
ambush sites during the same .
period..

-- The man who! mayvery Naval Air Technical Training. The other young Marine decorated The Navy's Underwater De- of 30 months obligated service,
well draw theIr sketch 1 of with the Silver Star was molition Team UDT 'is UST
$t Center, Capt. R. P. Kline. ( ) looking upon reporting the training
the car thousands of Americans Discussing cars of the future. Corporal William G. Hengevelt, for men between the ages of 18 center.
may be driving 10 or 20 years Bianchi said he feels that to the son of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamM. and 30 who have a geniune desire -. The 26 -week Underwater De
from Is of Hengevelt of 1970 Elliott Dr., in underwater molition Team
now spending couple morrow's cars will be designed to participate training course
weeks aboard the air station. with cleaner lines. lie thinks that Clearwater. reconnaissance and demoli- begins with four weeks of run-
He's[ Lt. Cbmd'r. Frank the removal of chrome ornamen- Hengevelt performed medal tion activities. ning exercises, calisthenics,
.Bianchi., 'a Naval Air Reserve tation has made today's model winning feat on the night of Nov. Two members of the under- swimming, racing, and compe-
pilot currently 'on two weeks more acceptable to the driving 4, 1968 while with the Seventh water demolition team' will be titive sports. In the third week
His
active duty at the station. A public. Marines in Vietnam. platoonwas stopping at the Naval Air Station'as trainees must complete a 16 -
senior stylist with Ford Motor The 51 year old stylist on its way to aid a patrol part of their recruiting tour hour trek over a rugged obstacle
Company in Detroit Bianchi is believes that 'auto buyers of the that was fighting a large Viet- of the United States. They will course surrounded by lam mines
currently using his talents to future will demand even, more namese Army force when it came be at'the NAS theatre on June 25 and controlled explosives. In addition -
under fire.
paint naval aircraft, rather than sportier models and the box enablIng at 9'a.m.. At that time a UDT to this, they must endureall
He directed fire -
mortar
.futuristic automobiles. shape design will all ,but disappear his to advance.Reaching presentation ,will be given and night fprced runs through
An auto stylist since 1938 from the market.In platoon Marines' questions concerning UDTwillbe mud- swamps, and sand.
the beleaguered
Blanch! left the car Industry and the meantime, he'll be using unit answered.A The second phase of the courseis
the corporal's came
position,
the before high degree of physical endurance devoted to scholastic work,
entered Navy shortly his talents trying to design cars under Intense fire from machine ..
Pearl Harbor and :served: In the that will sell for his company. emotional stability, aggressiveness chart reading, life savingtech-: :
and
Pacific as.\ pilot during World And during any future active duty guns matic, antitank grenade fire.Disregarding auto- loyalty, and deter-, niques' intelligence, f nest aid,
War II. One of the war time tours with the Navy, he'll use his weapons his own safety. mination are mandatory qualities and practical exercises v reconnaissance -
squadrons In which he flew'was pens paints and brushes to paint Hengevelt repeatedly exposed for all UDT members.In and demolition.This .
of the order be. eligible for UDT phase is succeeded by-
under the command cur- aircraft when he's not flying them himself to the hostile fire in orderto to
rent commanding,, officer of the with a naval reserve squadron. effectively direct return fire. training, a volunteer must havea the three weeks of parachute
GCT score of 45 and minimum (Continued on
Page 2))
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VAdm. Robert Cold ".
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waite heads the campaign to M)
provide the Naval Aviation Mem- pt
orial Chapel in Pensacola a 71-
rank pipe organ. The organ will
be dedicated to the Na\'aland Ma-
bw. rine avaltion personnel who gave
Y their lives[ in the Vietnam
conflict.
Donations are being sought In s I 4o

any amountto hasten the completion -
.. of the organ fund. A con-
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tribution of :$25 or more will w
have a special shipmate's or re-

'lative's 'name inscribed as a REU ITED..The Youth Chorus of Pompano Beach Fla. and

permanent remembrance.memory in thebookof. Cpl. Thomas Abbot USMC were together again June 12. Abbot

Contributions for the organ will was a member of the group two years ago before he enlistedin

q :a accepted iltthe following address: the Marine Corps. Wounded in Vietnam he was returned to
Memorial Funds, Naval Aviation the Jacksonville Naval l Hospital a/jd when the 'c o.rus wasscheduled'
I | 'fat the : arranged h!to ,have
Memorial Ch.:1rclNAS: Pensa-: to nd MAS Chapel, the/ '
LCdr. him in'o'rlJeUJrU'' } IM! 'i! 't' t "
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Editorial View Points .


ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
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m JULY mT Edwards Chapel 1

Summer Months Are Peak 12945 L
; 6 7 8. 9 JO II 12 SUNDAY MASS -9.& 11 a.m.
13 14 51ti171819 DAILY MASS11:30:; a.m.
20 2122 23 24 25 2S Confessions will be held on

Periods for DrowningsIf 27 za z9 su st I II instead Sunday of at Saturday.U. 8:30 &. 10:30:: a.m.



you or any of your family are non swimmers, now is the seasonto S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
waterproof yourselves. Luke's Chapel
Whether you're a swimmer or not, the lure of water (is often
irresistible in summer, making( summer, months the peak periods SUNDAY{ MASS8:00 a.m..
for drownings. In recent years most drown1r fatalities have occur- PROTESTANT WORSHIP
ed in the early months of summer, with July rating the highest, and SERVICES10:00 a.m.
June running a close second.

Even if you avoid entering the water this summer, because you area PROTESTANTAll
poor or non swimmer, there is a chance of meeting trouble. Saints' Chapel
More than one half of the thousands of drownings each year are
labeled non swimming fatalities -- people who fell into the water
from such spots as docks,bridges,shores and boats. These accidents SUNDAY ,
have contributed to making drownings the fourth leading cause of Church School9:00 a.m.

accidents. Bldg. # 722. .
Junior Church -10:00 a.m.

i CEO'p' CP'N'15WIM It'S' S ML.OW HARE .Bldg. 722
Divine Worship Service 10
(
r. a.m. Bldg. 4 750
Episcopal Communion 8:30
2 & a.m.
)),/ :iL Small Chapel Bldg 750

= Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
___ .:.=. ; ;. ---. -e"i Bldg. 722
TUESDAY
JULY-Calendar girl for July is beautiful Elke Sommer, costarof Senior choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.
Irving Allen's "Wrecking Crew," a Columbia Pictures' film. Bldg. # 750WEDNESDA

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Navigator's Bible Class 7
p.m. Bldg.; h 722

Club SchedulesBlue THURSDAY
Christian Science Service -
The National Safety Council advised that each person needs to learn: 8 p.m. Bldg. How to hold or row to someone In trouble in the water, how to stay SUNDAY
afloat with clothes on, how to swim and how to use simple life sav- Evening Worship 6 p.m.
ing skills. Jackets Inn Sunday brunch will be :served: Bldg. # 750

Often a simple stroke like a dog paddle will enable a floundering Tonight's dance contest will from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and the TUESDAY
swimmer to reach shore. It has been estimated, that half of all feature the music of Messengersof officers' pool will be open on Pentecostal Fellowship--7p.m.
drownings occured within 20 feet of safety. That's about the dis- the Masses beginning at 7:45. Saturday and Sunday. Bldg.; 722

tance from bumper to bumper on your car. Dance to the best in go go FRA
Many groups such as the !'YMCA, YWCA, Boy Scouts and Red music tomorrow night when Phil f --i
Cross have classes that can; teach you to swim at least 20 feet. Cay and the Chantels. will be on Tonight is Ladies Night at the
Enroll now for the swimming lessons offered by these groups and stage accompanied by The Hipps t FRA and drinks will be served' TrafficViolations
best crowded summer classes., Girls. The Blues,will be enter- for half price. Tomorrow nightat
Waterproof yourself ,now for a fun filled, safe summer. 'ln the t.1ining"on Saturday and Sunday, {9.1 the Clubmen will be onstage
water. (AFPS) ,. \ and on Monday and Tuesday the for your dancing and listening
club will present Evelyn Mee and pleasure. You won'twanttomi:=-
The Three Sounds. Wednesdaynight's Saturday's Surprise Night -- 'a
All Men Are EndowedBy
entertainment willbe first for your club, and on Sunday
pro
The folowing Is a report of
Jim Mann and theGoodtimers will
vided by The Four Clubs.
motor vehicle accidents and traf-
Their Creator Happy Hour will be from 4 to provide the entertainment. fic violations for the period June
6 p.m. weekdays. Dinner and Interested in giving a party?
3-9.

drinks ill be served,half priceto Contact the FRA and ask about
Number of Accidents
their special rates.
Cdr. Vincent J. Mahoney, CHC anyone celebrating a birth party Tills week : .. . .8
day or anniversary. UNDERWATER TEAM Total accidents this through
It is not uncommon for certain foreign powers to propagandizethe year
neutral countries of the world with the wearisome charge that the CPO Club (Continued from Page I) June 9 . . . 171.
United States Is a war mongering nation, bent on conflict for Scheduled entertainment for Ft Number of accidents through June
pro- Ga.
training Later
at Benning,
1968 . . . 176.
fit.Now this weekend includes the Bud the class goes to Key West,Fla.,
we might for a moment compare this in the light of a term Clark Combo tomorrow night and where they receive instruction in Total number of days since last
which we in the Navy constantly remind ourselves of -- namely, Mark Castle Saturday. Menu diving physiology and the of injury in a motor vehicle ac -
combat readiness. This we talk of and work at continually. What specialties for the week: are as SCUBA equipment. use cident . . . 12. ,
,are we trying to be ready for? Combat, to be sure. But certainlynot follows: Pizza tonight; seafood Number of Violations
for its own sake. Our greatest military men have abhorred war platter tomorrow; sirloin steak After successfully completing Tills week . . 79.
for its own sake;and we have a dozen times been in a position to start Saturday; prime rib roast Sunday the UDT training, the "WebfootWarriors" Speeding . : . 10.
a war -- and refrained.But fried chicken Tuesday; and rib; or "Frogmen": ,as the Reckless driving . .one.
fight back! -That's a different story. We are indeed preparedto eye steak Wednesday. A Surprise volunteers are frequently called, Going through stop sign .two.
wage combat -- but for profit? Let our own initial statement declare l Happy I Hour will be featured daily, are assigned to Underwater Demolition Other violations . .6G.
the reasons: "All men are endowed by their Creator with cer- Monday through Friday. Teams, which usually Sixty drivers appeared before
tain rights; to secure these rights to ourselves and our posterity, consists of 15 officers and 100 the Traffic Hearing Board on
governments are Instituted." Our Navy is an arm of our govern- Officer's Club enlisted men. June 12. Disposition of the cas-

ment, and we do mean to hold fast to those rights, if we have to fight There will be a Happy Hour.tonight There is presently continuing es included the following:
for them. None of us is so stupid as to lose his life to gain a bank in the Main Brace from requirement for both officers and 15 lost driving and parking privileges -
account. But, as we said, tobe ready fight for family for freedom, 4:30:: to 6 p.m. Shell fin.and claw enlited men,and nonrated personnel aboard station for various
for, future -- that's a different story. buffet will be the menu specialty are particularly desired periods; 22 were assigned to
If a man Is prepared to resist the "Noble Savage," his fellowman, tomorrow, and in addition to the for UDT volunteers. complete an eight hour coursein
when all that makes life worth living is stake remedial
at even though propaganda popular "Champagne Special" driving.
may call him a war monger his conscience will tell Saturday, the menu will featurethe
him that he is a man. club's newest special, "Beef
and Bur undy".

I Navy Relief Servicesassist. JAX AIFt NEWSThe :


The following are actual excerpts Does subject desire thank you for is that of the,Navy

from a message and a let- Navy Relief to assist in Relief Nurse. She has consis- JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed
ter (names have been changed) obtaining homemaker? tently and in a professional way each Thursday at the
U. S.
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville
giving an example of the kind of made visits both at the hospital Florida
work done by the Navy Relief As a result: of the message, and my home for all three of by the Molt Publishing Company, a private
my
firm. AM
Society. Navy Relief did assist.Sometime children, born In Jacksonville. Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must
later, the following letter was I know wife be forwarded to the Public Affairs
my appreciates her Office, fox 2. "AS Jacksonville
FROM: NAVY RELIEF, NAS Dear received Navy from Relief, the, serviceman. helpful suggestions and professional items by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News
answers to the arc welcomed from all
JAX questions; sources Telephone 772 3118
Have talked with my wife and ,
she has had from time to time. or 1UI
TO: COMMAND CONCERNEDSUBJ knowing she Is doing very well When Navy Relief Fund Drive

: PETTY OFFICERW.T. and reading the content of your time comes, you can be sure Advertisements arc solicited
DOOR, 123 45 67, letter, I am more than grateful of one avid supporter.Yes such should by the publisher and, queriesconcerning
be '
USNI. (rom the superior manner in ', the action you have takento directed to:- '

I. Subject wife reports friend which you have so, kindly made offer assistance:' is more than I HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY
who had planned to take care expert arrangements for the would have been able to do and is 4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 32210
needs: of my wife and children ,therefore approved and Telephone 3BB -2755
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sence. I : Very respectfully, VOL. 27 N0. 13
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YA-45 Now Has Honorary Kronjaeger Teaches Orange. Park Class ,, ', ', : ''I

I ORANGE: PARK .OnTi urs- Detachments Cecil Fieid 'to*.''
day May 15! students of S.Brian deliver the goods. -
'Monsieur Blackbird'NAS Jennings l Elementary School here
received the benefit of Navy ADJ1 E. E.Kronjaeger,a Pow-

CECIL... In a special gue was presented with a special C CECIL I [ Training The "Sixth and Graders Experience.at Jenningshad er NAMTD Plants-, 1034 Instructor, (A 7)attached), having to
informal
ceremony held (In the V A-"( ; J Instrument Card.Commander been tudy'ariou( typesof many years experience
Blackbird Net,Commander Jean: Murgue was: born engines, (including" steam and training as a Navy Instructor,
1 Pierre Munjue\ of the French in Lyon France and attendedthe : internal combustion.[ When the was picked for the job.
Naval Air Force was presented I reach Naval Academy, the time came for learning about Kronjaeger's presentation on
with anhonoraryBlackbird: Membership Test Pilot School The French jets, the faculty, realizing no the history and basic concepts of
and a VA-43: Plaque Naval War College, and the Joint one in this area knows more a- jet propulsion was received bya
engraved in TrencTi. The presentation Staff College lie wears the Cha- bout jets than the Navy-men who very eager and attentive class.
was the culmination of two taller de la Legion Uonneur keep them flying, called upon lIe summarized his lesson with.
weeks of training by the Com Officer de TOrdre du Merlte,, Naval Air Maintenance Training the film "The ABC's of Jet Pro
mander with the squadron. Commander and the Medaille de LAeronau- pulsion.
: A.ll.!I Hinman Blackbird tique. Roadrunner Named
1?1, made the presentation.The lIe is presently the Assistant
two weeks with VA-45! included Naval Attache to the French Em- NAS'CECIL June 12 through
two and one half days of bassy Washington: D.C., a July 14 is the period of reign of 1k-MItE
instrument ground school, and tour which began in August 1967. the latest VA :36 "Roadrunnerof
seven days_of syllabus flights In He is married to the former the Month"" This month the
the T A-1r:'.Upon completion of Colette Michel also of Lyon. New Power Barge squadron i is proud to honor SNM
his final hop. Commander Mur- They have one son, Daniel, 16. t. Vasquez Vasquez has been :80)(
NORFOLK -- The Navy has a chosen the outstanding sailor of
-
Chief Reenlists new power barge called the YFP- the month for his performanceof
11 which can supplyenough powerto duties knowledge of the Navy
I allow .an aircraft carrier to military rourte y,bearln .dress
'Because It's There' shut down all onboard machineryand and attitude.
do "Cold Iron". With its
NAS CECIL In these daysof opportunity to be sworn in by three man crew manning boil- The :squadron:: will present him
$10,000 VRB and guaranteed Lt. C. L. Overbon Assistant i ers and generators, the YFP-11 with a letter of commendation TAtIJ-f
shore duty in England Chief OINC of NAMTRADETS here. generate 60,000 pounds of steam an appropriately inscribed pla -
Aviation Electronics Technician After the ceremony Chief Wild per: hour at up to 600 poundsper que, a personnel letter to his(
Duane Wild reminds us\ that the returned to his classroom and square inch. ller steam capacity family a long weekend no duty .
Navy also has many other facets continued his instruction is large enough to service status for a month a special AA ,
that cause men to make It their He did not make the traditional all current ships of the fleet. It parking place and have his por-
careers. trip to the disbursing: office.Chief also delivers 2,400 KW of AC trait displayed on the special 103rd & Blanding Center
On June 2, Chief Wild who I Is Wild has 14 years (In the Navy electrical power at 460 volts 500 display board. 7717970PHONE
an instructor at Naval Air Main- and no longer qualifies for a reenlistment kilovolt ampheres of AC at 230
the of
i is
tenance Training Detachment bonus. Although his voluts and 600 KW of DC powerat Vasquez grandson AHEAD
Mr. Medina of Hill
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103-1; Cecil Field re enlisted re enlistment did not attract 115 230 -- from a 460 Ignacio FOR FASTER SERVICE
for six years. Since he was Instructing the publicity that those done at volt source. rose, Colo.
a class on the day of 20,000 feet or beneath the oceans:
re enlistment Chief Wild put waves do, it is typical exampleof
his class:: on a 10 minute cof- a dedicated Navy man per -
fc? break which gave him an forming his everyday task.


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I Current Job Openings ListedMerit



promotion opportunities All semi skilled positions pay Recruiting Station Disease Vec-
open for receipt of applicationsare level 7 and below, and MPB No. tor Control Center and Regional
listed below. The area of 83 67 Plan B -- All skilled Storage Management Office, V
consideration and the closing date positions pay level 7 and above. Jacksonville. Applications for
of each are shown. Area of consideration: NAS these positions will be acceptedat ii wvII
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D -- NARF. NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, any time. A separate appli-
Grade levels GS 4 and below; FAETULANT Naval Hospital, cation must be filed for each
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C -- Navy Commissary Stores, Navy position in which Interested. ,
MPB No. 68 69 Physical ;
%
Science Technician GS 8. Area
of consideration: Nationwide.
Applications for this position will
be accepted through the close of

T business June 30.
MPB No. 72 69 Electric

Accounting Machine SupervisorGS ".
5, and MPB No. 73 69 4
Supervisory Aerospace Engineerand
Supervisory Aerospace En-

gineer (Power Plant) GS -NAS 13. 50 YEARS AT JAX-J.F. Porwoll, (I), process superintendent,
Area of consideration: ,
presents retirement watches to Alonzo Whitfield and Ralph N.
NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,
Meeks, during ceremonies held recently. The two men have a
;* ;k3 FAETULANT, Naval Hospital,
> Navy Commissary Stores Navy combination of 50 years civilian service at NAS Jax.

Recruiting Station Disease Vec-
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tor Control Center and Regional Endorses
President Nixon
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a Storage Management Office
Jacksonville. Applications for
these positions will be accepted

24.MPB through the close of business June Equal Employment PolicyPresident

No. 74 69 Systems Accountant -
GS .- 11. Area of con-
RETIREMENT WATCHES were presented to (I to r), Revis J. sideration: Nationwide. Appli- Nixon has emphasized merit and 'fitness alone. "Non-
Smith, Betty S. Hoyt and Leroy D. Strickland, by Cdr. L.I. cations for this position will be his official and personal endorsement discrimination" was broadened -
Wood, NARF Executive Officer, during retirement ceremoniesheld accepted through the close of of a strong policy of President Eisenhower to
last week. business July 17. equal employment opportunity "equal employment opportunity"with
All applicants must be careeror within the Federal Government his issuance of Executive
career conditional employees "I am determined that the Executive Order 10590 in 1955, the Presi-
of the Federal Government. Branch of the Government dent stated.

'c MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE Application Forms 171 for these lead the'way as an'equal oppor- "In the years that followed,
i positions should be filed with tunity employer," the President other Executive Orders designed -
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garding these positions, 'see the the U. S. Civil Service Com have'been issued. This
copies 'of the bulletins or an mission to "make a thorough review series of Presidential directives
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In Case of Nuclear Attack? .F?

By SN Pat Sweigart
In a building[ go to an Inside lull,
Ja.\ -- Every person aboardthe cloct, or room! that will provide
station, should be aware of a? much, protection as \possible. I 'Q
what he should do in case an Outride[( look for the ne.'re' .st ditchor
attention, alert, or attack warnIng hollow, and fall to the ground, _
I l is sounded. protecting your head and face. S i: : ::1t _
When a steady blast sounded, In a car roll down the widows to ;
personnel= are to be alert and reduce the hazard of flying gl.uss, '
listen for further instructions, and lie on the floor. Wher- :
while personnel on Disaster Con ever you are be quick and ef- 5' d
trol teams should muster in their ficient. Do not waste time pondering Srre \ y 't
designated i areas for further in- the situation. Secondsare

structions.During an actual attack a ser- Be precious.aware: of the stations shel \ :
ies of short blasts will be sound ters. Where they are located and :; ? ,
ed at which time personnel must how to get to them.Building 110
take shelter immediately. If you is the largest and the most well
feel a blast or an earth :shock: equipped. Look around the base
when there was no warning; given for other shelters and remem- b aaiy
protect yourself immediately.Dispensary ber where they are located. It S S F t
<, ,
could save your life.
Sets Once you are inside a shelter,
remain clam, get organized, and
be alert to the situation outside.
Remain in the shelter until the TIGER GETS NEW STRIPE--As LCdr W.G. Bruce (c) enjoys his recent promotion his wife
Sick Call HoursThe "All Clear" message is broadcast Anne looks. on while VAP-62 Commanding Officer, Cdr. Burke E. Eakle does a switch and
:: by commercial radio or by checks for a heart beat. Dr. Bruce became the VAPPER Flight Surgeon in July 1968. Since
station's Dispensary roving( security patrol officers, then he has looked after the squadron's medical needs. Besides his weekly ,visits he has
building 8, is prepared to provide or by personal contact when the flown with the squadron on detachments to Central America, the Caribbean and Europe, and
medical care to all active duty danger (is over. of course, he always sees to it that everyone gets their full share of shots.
military personnel aboard. Personnel -
requiring routine medical
care should report to sick call
on Monday through friday from
8 a.m. to 9 a.m. or from 1
p.m. to 2 p.m. All personnelmust
be in the uniform of the
day for routine sick call. Uniform -
of the day need not be wrn NOW. .5
in emergency cases, and em -
ergencies are taken at any time. .
Physical examinations are
scheduled on an appointment bas _
is. Extention 3506> I Is the numberto
u. e when seeking to make an
appointment.
Dependents, retired person .
nel and their dependents will be
seen at the Naval Hospital's Outpatient '
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I JAX MARINES I 1 1 1Three



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ecutlve Officer, Marine
MAD Leathernecks were Last week two teams that had Bar -
felt the rath of the Marines in racks was 'recently promoted to
cited for their outstanding
failed to show his present rank during cere -
connectionwith early season play
devotion in
to duty
meetings, and a monies in the office of Maj.
for their grudge
; the command drill team last
I ; : of Bruce A. Greene Command
__ : week during informal ceremonies third bowed to the pitching -
i ing> Officer, Marine Barracks
conducted by Maj. Maurice A. Jody Talley. The teams playedeven ,
Holder MAD Executive Officer. for three innings before the NAS. Attending the ceremonyand
i Sgt. Donald McCrory along withLCpl's Leathernecks broke loose- for a assisting the Capt. pinningon
s 1 David Prentice and Bobby 14-2 decision. the new bars was the Captain's -

v f ,3 sI Sellers were presented Meritor- Capt. Michael S. Kelly, Ex- wife, Mary. -
ious Masts for their uncommon
I -v; __ ::: ; efficiency and devotion of free ".

% time to make the MAD Drill Team

V : the McCrory precision, assistant unit it is.drill com- r NA T7C *M** the Sce"" I

In I
mander, was a huge factor

RIFLE CHAM PS-MaJ.M.A. Holder.(second from right) MAD bx- the billeting of the team in its By Phyllis Harkins
and is -
ecutive Officer, accepts a Championship trophy from the new living; quarters responsible
for the
Gateway Big Bore Rifle Match, presented by SSgt's Orson of parts for the weapons procurement when Graduation ceremonies were James M. Furth, received an
Wolf (left), John Pickens and Fiord Alfored._ The three Marines the team was near being grounded held June 13 at King Hall for the honor student certificate from
and Jack Shipley (not pictured) won the expert class. due to damaged equipment. 20 members of Class "69D" Capt. Eugene T. Nealson, NAS
The MAD Team won with a 938 of a possible 1200. (MARINE Leadership School. HM3 J. A. Dental Officer, in addition to his
CORPS PHOTO). Graduate Waxer of the NAS Dispensarywas diploma. His,average was 91.62.
.
commander. Plot-
Prentice and Sellers both grad- company
uated from the a\'iationelectri- ton commander was A03 J. M. The Aviation Ornanceman
Navy Wives Can Finish cian school last week. While attending Sullivan from VA 174 at Ce- School, Class B, graduated 15
the school, the two Ma- cil Field. men Tuesday from Class 851,
rines managed to maintain high Capt. R. P. Kline, NATTC NATTC. The overall class average -
scholastic in addition to the duties Commanding Officer, congratulated was 73.24.
School With GED TestsWASHINGTON on the team and spending most the men and presentedtheir Lt. Jones, training officer,
of their liberty time practicing diplomas. In his remarksto presented diplomas to the class
intricate routines. the class, Capt. Kline stress- and an honor student certificate
ed that the leadership practices and AO (B) School cigarette
(Family Edi as a result almost all of them
Major Speaks
and information which the students lighter to the honorman, AO1
tor) -- Dependent wives of sea will receive a high school equi-
service personnel have an opportunity valency certificate. Maj. Holder served as the guest had gained during their Jerry C. Smith. Smith had an
to complete high school Interested should,con speaker during Flag Day cere- attendance applied not only to average of 83.36 for the course.
by successfully passing General tact their local persons school board to monies at Riverside Memorial the military but also to the civi- Petty Officer Smith has been

Educational Development(GED) find out the location of the test Cemetary, Saturday. lian community and therefore, selected for warrant officer
tests. for their the effort spent on personnel which will be effective in Augustof
center area. He was accompanied by the
Thirty fives wives at NAS These tests measure the levelof MAD Drill Team,which performed returning shortly to civilian life this ,year. He will remain at
Whibey Island Wash., recently education and has acquired and aided in flag raising cere- was, not wasted. NATTG until receipt of orders.
took a battery of GED tests and either formally, or through informal monies. Honorman for the class, DT3

self education an intellectual -
.. growth. The emphasis Top Student Memorial Service
In the GED tests Is to measure Aviation Ordnance Class 906
one's ability to think clearly' graduated last week with LCpl. Slitl1J1P Boat
C' n ] to interpret to comprehend and Michael Pace. capturing top hon-" Held in Honor of
zianC1as to evaluate. The tests determine ors for the.. iarines.
whether one has acquired the Pace finished second with an ChkkM Dinners
C) / equivalent of a high school edu-- 86.5 average,-l loch was one Chief Cannington
i cation. tenth of a point behind the hon French Fries, Roll. & Slaw
At high school GED
present or man. s.
San Juan at Niblick tests consist of five parts: ((1)) He will be reporting El Memorial services were held 5110 i 85e

Phone Correctness and Effectiveness of Toro for duty following Ie \"e., for Chief Charles W. Cannington '
384 4406 -
Expression ((2)) Interpretationof '3pieces
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j. 2plecee
Saturday in
Keglers the All Saints ..
Materials the Social
Reading In 'CHICKEN
here.
el. 2, & 3 Bedrooms Sciences; ((3)) Interpretationof Paced by Herbert Donahue and Chapel Xannington was the 74 In BOXES-BUCKETS-BARRELS.
among -
Garden
Country Type Apartmentswith Club Reading Materials In the Na- Tom Price the MAD Bowling'' men missing when the USS FrankE. SEAFOOD TOOl/
AtmosphereKitchens tural Sciences; ((4)) Interpretationof Team knocked the Pinwheels out Evans collided with' the 4621 SAN JUAN AVE. 3842386PHOT
equipped with G-E Literary Materials; ((5)) Gen- of first place and took the wheel H.M.A.S. Melborne on June: 3.
Ranges G Refrigerators eral Mathematical Ability. The themselves last week in NATTC The bow of the Evans sank in
Individual Air cost of taking this battery of action.
Conditioning 5,500 feet of water within five to
and Heating by G-E tests If $7.50. The Devlldogs,, took all four six minutes.
Drapes furnishedWall Each state establishes Its own points and sent the Pinwheels Cannington stationed the
to Wall Carpeting and standard for the granting of tumbling well down in the stand- Naval Hospital was here before at
.
Large Swimming Pool diplomas or equivalency certi- Marines
ings. The now lead reporting to the Evans. Upon
ficates. with a 19 win and five loss of this ]
completion tour in July,
record. Cannington would have retired -
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THE DIAMOND, MART 187 to pave. .the' way.. and Mrs. Cannington, the

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1 .. DISCOUNTKIDDIE week. The Marines are still unbeaten -
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New Savings Certificates To Be A"


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Issued by Jax Credit Union >ay 1SR



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President R. D. Pinney has ment, not replace, the savings accounts In the credit union are
announced that the Jax Navy Fed account program already being earning five and one quarter
eral Credit Union will IssueBlue'' offered to credit union mem- percent per annum and dividends
and Gold Certificates of Invest- bers." are compounded semi -annually.
ment commencin June 1 U. "This Pinney in explaining the dif- Deposits of any size are accepted -
new savings certificate[ ," Pinney ferences in the two savings plans and savings up to $2,000 are
stated, "is designed to supple- said, "Presently share (savings:: ) covered by free life Insurance.
However, the Blue and: Gold Certificate -


I 1. Around the Navy I tiples will of will$500 be be pald.at[issued and daily the in mul-rate Interest ,


of five and one half percentper

I DOWNINGTOWN' Pa. -- The cal year 1968 to 771 thousand annum from the date of : U-f-- rb'" '
issuance the date of redemption. rrMw.
Downington Motor Inn will host sailors and 314 thousand marines to
the annual reunion of the crew of In FY 1970. At the same Interest will be paid by IT'S HAPPY occasion for YNCM Donald S. Soos as RAdm.
A
the USS Hornet -- both CVA .- 8 time, the department Is pre check and mailed" to the further holder Robert J. Stroh and Soos' wife Lonell pin the new star on his
and VA 12 -- on June 27 and dieting a decrease [in active fleet quarterly. Pinney during his promotion Monday. A 24-year Navy veteran,
pointed out that certificates may lapel
28. Crewmembers are being ask ships from 932 to 895.!
ed to contact C. S. Nicholson at be redeemed at any time with no ,Soos has worked as a writer for 13 admirals in the past 16

924 Wooten Road in Uryn Mawr, PENSACOLA -- It's a blue loss of interest. years, and is currently serving in that position for RAdm.
Pa. 19010. Ills phone number is world for the Navy Flight Demon When asked why the credit un- Stroh.
215 259 4256.CHARLESTON. stration Team. The daring pilots Ion was issuing Blue and Gold
Certificates Pinney said, "The
call themselves:: the Blue Angels,
-. Crewmen fly blue F 4's and wear blue past 18 months ones have for the been credit progressive Three Enlisted Men NamedTo
from three :submarines here are flight suits. The blue walls in
union. Because of several policy
eating on disposable plastic trays their blue offices are hung with
with disposable cups, bowls pictures of blue planes in blue changes' and improved management -
Innovations, we are ableto Naval Reserve Board
knives, forks and spoons; while skies. Even their telephones provide more complete loan
mess cook dishwashers anxIously are blue. And their phone num- services for our members. Asa
await the outcome of the
ber I is:
noble experiment. Advocates of 452! BLUE and 252 BLUE result ,of this, savings being WASHINGTON -- Three en journ: but remains as a body
the new dinner ware are claIm- AUTOVON. deposited in share accounts are listed men have been named by throughout the year.
ing improved sanitation and man- not Increasing fast enough\.: to the Secretary of the Navy to the Seven active duty officers(four
sufficient: funds
hours saved for more technical PHILADELPHIA[ -- What next? provide : to meet J I960! National Naval Reserve {'SN. three I'SNR' ) and 15! Inactive
the demands for loans. The boardof
chores. Men on the moon and now a 20- directors desires maintain policy Board, as advisors on reservists: comprise the mem -
knot LST. The Navy's newest:: all existing services being offered matters: relating to EMs of the bership of the Board. The staffIs
WASHINGTONTheNavyDe- and fastest tank landing ship was by the credit union and to Naval Reserve. [: headed up by the Recorder.The .
partment (is predicting an in commissioned here on June 7. expand them whenever possible. They are Master Chief Petty
crease In military personnel The USS Newport has the only [ Officer of the Navy, D. D. Black, Naval Reserve Policy .
Although attracting
from 765 thousand sailors and clipper bow In her' class and increased deposits we are in savings BuPers; Senior Chief Yeoman: Board ,accepts: recommendationsfrom I
307 thousand marines in flsHONDA the 11. Naval Air Reserve Bureausand
sports an 80 ton, over accounts with the payroll deduction A. Barriger, Navy Department
bow ramp, floodable stern well- [ authorizedfor :: Training[ Unit at Andrews:: offices, Naval District Com-
recently
tOOOO) system and Chief En- mandants the Chief of Naval Air
deck and a stern helicopter plat- civilian employees AFB, Washington; ,
form. After a Caribbean shake- government, additional working glneman W. D. Shaver, Reserve Reserve:: Training, the Com -
down cruise the USS Newportwill Training Center at the Washington mander Naval Reserve Training
capital still:: Is: needed. Fpr these .
operate from Norfolk, Va. Navy Yard. Command, and from individual
Blue and Gold Certificates -
reasons For. the f first time in the thirteen [ reservists.j :

Motors ft Cycles CI. WASHINGTON -- Sergeant Certificates were developed.will be availableto year statutory history of Board approved recom -
Major Joseph W. Dalley, win- the Board: Navy enlisted per mendations new policies[ and
ner of the Navy Cross::, Silver member, non members and onnel have been represented in policy changes are then submitted '-
4949 Blanding 771-8244 and Bronze Star Medals and a organizations up to a maximumof its deliberations. The first enlisted to the .Secretary of the Navy
veteran of two Vietnam tours, $25,000! for anyone Individualor advisors of the Board were for final consideration and im -
will succeed Sergeant.Major Her organization. A maximum introduced this month to the plemcnt a t Ion.
bert J. Sweet, who retires on limit of.$1,000,000 of total Investments members and staff: of the policy

CLIPPER SBY.SEACRAFTGATQ.ReROCKET July 31, after four years of for this has been'. established Board which is headed by RAdm.J. .:.,:"'.
service as the fourth Sergeant program.In T. Burke Jr..assistantdeputy: SPACIOUS & PEACEFUL".
Major of the Marine Corps. The a separate action, the credit chief of naval operations (Naval
MERCURY senior enlisted man in the Ma- union board of directors declared Reserve). MARSHALL ACRES
OUTBOARDSi a semi annual dividend on share 9354 lOIrd Street
mf..r .w advises the com -
rine Corps Although the Board first con-
MERCRUISER mandant, General Leonard F. accounts at the rate of five and vened in'1arch ifljf; :), and met Jacksonville's newest &
fourth most modern mobile home
one percent per annum to
STERN DRIVES Chapman on matters pertaining annually thereafter, it was not
be the credit this community Is now for
paid by union. open
to enlisted Marines. until August 1056!}: that it becamea
EXPERT dividend will be credited to the your inspection. Large 44 x
under Title 10
REPAIR GROTON -- The bartender at accounts of members who had of statutory the U. S. Code.In entity. 75' lots. '
SHOP the Submarine Base Enlisted shares on deposit In the first ( 1067 08 the Board allowed ONLY $35, PER MO.
Men's Club here was asked to six months of 1969.!} Chief Engineman Joe Was- Swimming pool, tennis court,

264 9835 cash checks for John Paul Jones son to its annual convocation as: shuffleboard court, I 13 IJ Q
and John Hancock. The two men an observer. \His presence thenis pit, picnic built for your en*'
got their money without a fuss now believed to have presagedthe \.: joyment. Act Today' Call:
INLET MARINE from bartender Robert E. Lee. appointment of Chief (Black, EL Vl-IMMO, MOTOR COURT
All three are in the Navy and Barriger, and Shaver.: Chief Mr. F. S. Martin, Manager
Silts t ServiceHwy. stationed' In the Groton. New Wasson Is with the Office of Navy 35f 2924

17 Orange Park London area. Information (Reserve Affairs[ ). For Full DetailsPEP0
By law, the Hoard convenesat

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Star Program




__ Now Open for :: T:


__ All RatingsNavy &: -.1_


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men and \V'omen'lith
t S+' ,
w career motivations can further
their training and advance in

rate, as well as receive valuable
cash bonuses by enlisting or re-
enHstlns[ under the Selective
Training i and ReenlistmentSTAR i<+j4 Y

( ) Program.Although a
it has been almost

entirely limited to personnel in -k]
the critical ratings in the past
the STAR Program is now an

available incentive to all: person- fr- : i
nel desiring career designation,
-L1 # : regardless of rating[
4 Eligibility[ requirements are as
follows: You must have at least

two, but not more thanfour yearsof

active Naval service;You must _
have not more than eight yearsof
active military service; and WHOOSH-! -ATI I Winston Greene is timed while simulatingan

a you must meet the obligated ser emergency bailout in an RA-3B. Greene and all crews at 1

vice requirement of the, school VAP-62 must qualify once quarterly in all safety procedures.
PROMOTION B.L. Vanzant (c), flight surgeon casts a which you would attend under the The drills seem to have paid off with 18,600 accident free

happy smile| as he signs the papers which will make his pro- program. hours logged to the squadron. The "Safety Day" also included -
motion to lieutenant commander effective. Witnessing the Personnel in Pay GradesE-3,
ditching drills, shop lectures, NBC lectures: movies
event which took place here Monday is Capt. Dean (r), HAS E 4, and E 5 may participate and a drive-safe presentation.
executive officer. in the program If they meet
the above listed requirements
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certificates ../..,.....M MIf01r1/r/, ., ppy.N :
Aircrewmen were ........,,_- e
presented to six petty officers : 11 COMPARE! BUY! SAVE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT ON ALL YOUR NEEDS! ;
from Weather Reconnaissance .
Squadron Four by Cdr. Alvin F. .
i Marsh, executive officer June .. r Ii I- ..

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M. Hughes, C1C operator; '
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-;;.,.: Identifier .**.. ..**.....,,*.'"'?, designation.: NumberWASHINGTON .ol1e,:: '
s;AIf': l Newsnotes rary ;: 4r :{:' : ;' ,:" ; .I

SAN FRANC( CO NavyCip-- *
: WASHINGTON -- Mllitaryser- tam rl1 Mary 1'. Keener M.C'; wasselected' ; -- Secretary.of
vice numbers will have gone the a Fellow in Aviation the Navy John J. 'atafe3'an-
way of other Rood thing: by January Medicine during the 40th annual nounced that US; Intrepid (CVS-
v. J 3l"4 Ifi72. They will have been meeting of the Aerospace: Medical' 11)) will '-witch homeporr: from
? replaced by Social Security num Association:: It wa the first lime Norfolk to Quonset Point when
pr _ k, I bers. The phase out begins a woman 1 has: received the honor. :,he completes overhaul this I
q this July when recruit: will no Capt. Keener is Chief Ac nr::pace Augu t. She currently\ in the
a longer he assigned the old niili- Physiologist I of the Navy holding Philadelphia Naval Shipyard. .


k I : Military Wife of Year Chosen I

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Mrs. Victor S.Colem3n.whose nominees with outstanding re an annual event to give public rccognition -
community service deeds have cords of community servke.:: to the wide range of.
earned her the title of 19G9Mili Wives of chiefs of the armed community service achieve -
( tary Wife of the Year will be services as judges for the election mentA:; by military wives[
: introduced to the America public after a. committee: of the wherever theIr husbands are sta-
a June 26 on The Art Link- General Federation of Women's tioned.
letter Show (O3S TV). ,Clubs chose five finalists. Maj. and Mrs. Coleman June
Navy Wives Sell Auto Tags Mrs. Coleman, a native of Appearing on the show with lived in Alaska since 1PCO. .,;afore -
Seminary Miss., and wife of an Mrs. Coleman will be Wilson L.llarrell that they were at Ft. banning I
NAS CECIL -- Navy Wives 10, Army chaplain stationed at Ft. of West trxrt. Conn., who Ga., Maxwell Air Force
Club 121 is still helping Cecilites An Individual bringing registration Wainwright, Alaska, was chosen originated the Military Wife of Base in Alabama and they spent
duck the license plate parade. slip( and cash at 10 for the title from scores of the Year idea. lie has made it eight years in Germany. '
They will be taking orders for a.m. one day can expect his plate
plates in the Security Buildingat back within 24 hours said a club
the gate Monday through Friday spokesman. A service charge of I
Commander Meredith To VA-64
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. until July fifty centers is levied by the club.

NAS CECIL Last Wednesday in Monterey Cal. Upon completion -
Commander Stuart T. he then reported to Attack rr
Bonds bail Meredith relieved CommanderJ. Squadron) 22 and subsequently ; -
Savings you out W. Ducklln as Commanding deployed to Viet Nam a-
Officer of Attack Squadron Sixty board the USS CORAL SEA.
(Why not increase your allotment today) Four. Commander Bucklin will Commander Meredith i is authorized -
report to the Naval War Collegein to wear the Air Medal
Newport Rhode Island. ((2 awards). Navy CommendationMedal
(with Combat "Vn). Navy
BANK AMERICARD AMERICAN EXPRESS.3TANDARD OIL! Commander Meredith native Unit Citation Navy Good Con-
MASTERCHAROE Credit Carde Honored of Pueblo Col. completed flight duct MedalNationalDefense Medal RAR
u training in February IP-VS.! lie (with Bronze Star), Armed ,. ,
deployed to the Western Pacificin Forces Expeditionary Medal
ROOSIVElTMll VC -11 aboard the USS Oris- (with Bronze Star), and Viet Nam
kany and In VA 155! aboardthe Service Medal.C.ommander.
US* Hancock., In May I960! Meredith residesat
after a tour as a Flight In 6829 Montrose Avenue here
Mructor at NAS Pcnsacola',Com- with his wife the former MISS
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mander Meredith received his Beverly Engdahl of Minneapolis A
Bachelor of and their thrce children
Science degree from Pamela
BEGINNING IN JUNE J ?!' the Naval Post Graduate School Susan, and Gregory.

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Then you'll know you'll be able to cover all of :
your leave expenses-food, lodging transportation, CARS
extras. Household helps more service people every I ------...-- ;
year than any ,other company of,its kind Taking 165 FALCON. . $840
off? A Traveloan from Household is a great way to 2-Door, A/C A/T. I
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:.', Up to 6OO 1 G.T. Hardtop I
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Cedar Hills Shopping Center all aspects of financial planning for individual and Wagon, A/T. II

3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771.9190 business purposes right here in Jacksonville. Substantial ..... .. I
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.f p' 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 pects later on. If you're approaching retirement or 1 1
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Movie 1336 Grove Park Drive Orange

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Bathing Suits Sizes 8, 9, 10
: to the Holt Publishing Company, 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, 11 and 12's. From Best Stores.
arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Very Reasonable. 786 0561or
late or this deadline will be published the following week unless the
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the copy for the ad.Do .
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; 1969 UNCLAIMED ZIG ZAG 57 FORD STATION WAGON / attachments. For informationcall
; on SEWING MACHINE $150. Good Cond., 388 1369. 724 5398.
\ So. Never used. Sews on buttons. Can be seen at 4742 Cates Ave.
FARI"r Makes button holes. Blind Hem 7 ROOM HOUSE DRAPES' &
stitches. Monograms Pver UNCLAIMED FREIGHT Carpeting Cent. A & H,2315
Console casts. No attachments neces 7 new 1969 ZIG ZAG SEWING Bayview Road 389 1947." ,
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Or Assume Payments, $4.32 mo. holes, fancy designs, sews on 19,500 Mi., Exc. Cond. Bal.
water Call Capital Credit Manager., 9 buttons, appliques, monograms, $1382.22 W/Small Equity. 384-
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CONSOLE MODEL STEREO,
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$1395. 1669 SINGER ZIG ZAG new, automatic record changer. Waterfront Lots. Ideal for mob lie
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SUN Makes button holes. Monograms. SILVER- S.R. 13. 284 9733.
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FULL PRICE COFFEE SILVER SERVICE,ser vllle area. EAOS is Nov. 71.
., Clo- $52.23tax includedOr ving tray, sugar and creamer. Contact Robert W. Jacobs ATR3
items, Assume Payments, $5.36 mo. $65 or$8 per month. VP 10 NAS Brunswick, Maine
No., For Free home demonstration.Call Call Credit Manager 353-1946 04011.
St.Johns Capitol Credit Mgr., 9-9 DAY or NITE. Will deliver, no
Ave. Mon-Tues. 388 0785 No Obligation. obligation, or can be inspectedat 1969 HARLEY DAVIDSON
Warehouse. 1606 Main Street. Brand new 350 cc. H. D. Make

THOMPSON OFF SHORE good offer.. Call 388 3583.
ElectroluxVac.$15
20 Ft. Lapstroke I/O 110 Mer- ,
SUNDAY ALL BRANDS HOSE$6.50 '69 FIAT "124" SPORTSPYDERExcel.
OPEN cruiser stern drive. Full camper 6110 103rd St. Dealer Ph. 771 Cond., 7500 miles 389-
top, mooring cover, clear 5028. 4232.
vinyl side curtains,-galley and

many accessories. Can be seen VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS ,
CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS
after 5 Contact NAS Cecil
8155. p.m. '67 MUSTANG 2 DR, liT., 3 Br., 1, 1 1/2, & 2 baths $100

-., 'ttf'/"' .; ., Auto/Trans., V 8, R & H. 'down as low as $65 month. Callus
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Nice - - 1695. for up to date lists that will '
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Ortega Hills 384 1497. Loaded .. . ... $2395. VANSANDT REALTY 387-3597.
We gave: them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In Call A. T. Madison, Ext. 2431.or .
section.: Then we tuned up tightened.and replaced everything NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS
that needed it., And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or FOR SALE OAK HILL PARK- 284 1391.
replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 day. or 1000 3 BR WE FINANCE I Consoles, some with AM/FM,
2 Bath, LR, DR, Kit.,
mile. Come on In and double check. tape players. At dealers cost,
Utility 1300 SF Wall to Wall
'stock. Full !
to liquidate warranty
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69 VW Fastback
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Radio heater, automatic tranvmi salon. INTRODUCTORY OFFER $3.95
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67 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1895Radio 772 0828. 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma- JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
& heater Green & White. chine, Left in Layaway, Balance 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean

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graded road frontage, $1450.
68 VW Sedan $1795Radio Record Changer and 4 Speaker 6 Duplex, near Sax &. Cecil. per lot & up terms. Off. Ph.
audio system to be'sold for Furnished, $105., unfurnished
282 5272 Home 282 5224.
h Heater $79 each. Can be paid for at $85, plus St. Tax, Newly painted -
67 VW Sedan $1495 $6.45 per mo. 'This may be inspected 2 Br., Lg. Kit., Breakfast AUTO AIR CONDITIONING

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63 VW Sedan $995 at 7204 Atlantic Blvd. Mon. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE

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2411 Orange Park Realty. Military ,
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r The United States Navy and -17, IflCG and reported to NAS in he, too, was assigned::; to NAS Air
I the NAS Air Operations Depart- September of 19G7. Operations.
ment seem to have joined forces Russ and Cheri were both assigned ACi Alberta lIardrick, knownto
[in the locar'matdimaking"il1ess. to Air Ops and about six her husband and friends as }
months after they.met,they were Anita, began her career in the
j Three times, in less than a married.Mr. Navy in Memphis, Tenn. This
f year, a couple has joined the and Mrs. Phillip Thomas decision also started her on the
Navy, been assigned to NAS Air have much the same :story" He road to marriage. She arrivedat
Ops, worked together, courted joined in July of 19G7, at NAS in July 1968 and met
and married. tended AC "A" School and received Gene,and on Feb. 15) they were
't Mr. and Mrs. Russell N.Clay-' orders to NAS about the married.
it ton, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip T. same time his wife to be, NAS Air Ops may be the only
q Thomas and Mr. and Mrs.Eugene Beverly Solo, enlisted. Navy unit with three married
Wheeler met and married while couples:::, all military,working together -
serving tours with Air Ops. Beverly reported to NAS in Whether this is a fact
t AC3 Russ Clayton is from Sta- November fiGS and it was a or not, the situation i is still uni
I. tenville Ga. lIe enlisted in Sep- case of "love at first sight" as que.,
; tember 1965, attended AC "A" a month later she became Mrs. Cheri Clayton said, "some
i School and eventually was assigned Thomas. people would find it hard to be
to NAS in I February of Columbus, Ga. was the starting with :someone:; 24 hours a day."
ti last year. point for another pairing. AC2 She said that it has its advantages -
AN Cheri (Fillman) Clayton Eugene Wheeler signed up in and disadvantages.Russ
hails from Monmouth, 111. She September 1961) and following Clayton stated that there was a
entered the service November school and other tours of dutyAIR period of adjustment but they got

use to it. Mr and Hrs. Clayton
The Wheelers mentioned that
there was some kidding around .:' ',.,,--) ...3t. ?' ';,:
about who supervised who but ,>, ./ ; !::t 1 ; ':::'
when it came to serious work ; >"Jh/\ ..", \,,tt.IS .;' //. !,,'
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there had been no problems. t: ,!. ;,; ,<,', I *4
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chance to work with and appre- .{?,,iM''t"; { "' ",\ 0' ,} .. : 'w
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1j/4t > < "F
ciate their husands," said Anita '.;..::!)4j>,,i.vu: ,<;.t-y.{ /1b'.4.; ; .t. '( .J1i'0'.JN'1> ;.' 1f?"' ''''' ,
Wheeler. } % *' ,f {; ':':k ''1l5. .
The Thomas couple will be ( '/' p' l ::-' t\"
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at least as far as : ? :{ ,?1'JilJ.t, f'f/'fI2rfk, <,
parted soon 1<1 !: !;, ,1 ;: ,n.tf'f.I'1.$1iHr.
their job goes. Mrs. Thomas
will be discharged from the Navy
: tomorrow and sometime in
there will be a baby
Y January L 4'
$ of her
4 Thomas to occupy most
time.
The Wheeler's future planssee 5'
Gene either going to collegeor :5
working as an air traffic N';p 3 ;,
controllman with the Federal
I rtr dI Aviation Agency. Anita would
like to attend college and majorin
dramatic arts but if she doesn'tshe
and her husband plan on her
staying home and raising a fami
and Hrs. Thomas
ly.The "" J.,!:,.
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Claytons will ending J.K
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their Naval careers in Septemberand .ff' '' t\ f,"
OPS COUPLEs--Proof that today's sailors can love work- Cirri will become a full *ff\ f;,; 'I!'Jw' t.
: ing with their"Shipmates" is evidenced by the happy facesof time housewife while Russ hopesto .ritlh'}" )} t1tM \\'
work for the FAA. QN''" Aa' ;':; (ff S' :} t ?awrtka
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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pace (13

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I Captain Selectee To CFAD .. Summer Youth Program ..


Now
Underway
NAS CEClL..The dual
of Commander posts from Attack Carrier Air Wing Hundred-One, based at NAS Key
Fleet Air
Detachment
Cecil Seven,based at NAS Oceana West. NAS CECIL..The 1969 Federal wherever her young charges are
Field,and: Commander
:
Readiness Attack Carrier Virginia, where he served as Summer Employment Programfor going about their duties, accord-
Wing Four, will Air commander since June 1968 A Youth got under way here Ing to a Civilian Personnel
change
hands veteran of combat U
action InViet- with station supervisors hearing spokesman.
tomorrow in ceremonies sched- nam, he led Air Wing Seven about the' young people they wll
uled for 2 p.m. In Hangar 67. through a recently completed tour have working for them from Reu- Captain Frank M. McLlnn also
Assuming command of Cecil with the Atlantic Fleet in supportof ben P. Padgett Community Relations spoke to the assembled'supervisors -
Field's most.-eniorfleet; }position NATO forces in Europe. He Coordinator in the Equal and asked their coopera-
is Commander James B. returned to the Jacksonville area r yiCd.s.ii dlRt6sy. ti Opportunity Employment sector tion in making this the most comprehensive -
after an absence of eighteen for the Florida State Employ- summer employment
years. iW ment% Service. State and Federal program yet effected at the ,sta
Rear Admiral James L. Hol- agencies are cooperating make tion.
laway, 111, Assistant to the Dep- the maximum number of summer Padgett is a graduate of New
uty Chief of Naval Operations jobs available to youths. Stanton High In Jacksonville and
(Air) as Director Strike War- They also heard Mrs.Lorraine holds a BS from Florida A&M.
fare Division will be the guest Daniels, a professional youth He did graduate work at the
x Po speaker Distinguished guests counselor for the Duval County University of Maryland and at
present for the ceremony will be School System who will be work- famed old William and Mary's
t saww>/ Ce.i x rw..arasrre4Y. Vice Admiral R.L. Townsend ing for NAS Cecil this summeras one of the United States' oldest
Commander: Naval Air Force k counselor for the summer schools. He rose to the rank of
Atlantic and RAdm. Robert J. work force. Her desk will be in captain during his stint in the
Stroh Commander: Fleet Air Building 39, but she will be U.S. Army.
Jacksonville.
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Commander Fleet Air Detachment ," (
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Cecil Field (CFAD), is :;'if i3.i..

comprised of five carrier air ', : ... ..
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wings
twenty one squadronsanda :
composite squadron detach ,!'. (

mem. i xv: ;f
Four of the air wings and its "1I 1,."'
squadrons deploy to Sixth and ; j t
Seventh Fleet carriers for op- "',.,tt.
erations in the 4 1't'
Atlantic Mediterranean ..
Area and Southeast

Asia.The E ,m Phillips r"vR
fifth air wing RCVW-4
is comprised of six squadrons
whose mission is to provide instrument I It ,
and type training for R Rk ......,
Naval Aviators and Naval Flight
Officers of the Atlantic FleetIn .
the A-4 "Skyhawk", A-6 :'
Morin "Intruder", F-4"Phantom"and
the A-7 '"Corsair II" type air- x.
Morin, who will relieve Captain craft.
Billy Phillips. Capt. Phillips has ",' *'' s Y
held this position since July 1967. The six squadrons under .
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Padgett Mrs. Daniels
ing Officer of the USS Capri- Forty-Five and
cornus (LKA-57)) homeported at One-Seventy-Four based at NAS
Norfolk Virginia. Cecil Field; Forty-Two and For-
Commander Morin a Captain ty-Three based at NAS Oceana, sit..
Selectee, comes to Cecil Field Va., and Fighter Squadron One-, .ax ABSOLUTEAUCTION

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CECIL The Cecil Some speed on the base paths ODDS 'N ENDS AND CARPETING
Marauders traveled toOLF Jacksonville provided some surprises to the
this past Sunday and engaged fans most notably George Black- BEWITCHING The lovely SUNDA Y, JUNE 22 m::::: 2 PM

the NAS Chief's in the second burn who stretched a single Intoa and bewitching Karen Jensen 307 Kingsley Ave., at Hwy 17, ORANGE PARK .
In a two game softball ser- double and Doc 'Road Runner' comes to us courtesy of Universal -
Brewster who scored from Pictures, where she was SOUTHEASTERN LIQUIDATION CO.
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'old men' downed their ooun Josie."

terparts from 'over wonder',this left.In action upcoming the 'old
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accurate pitching of Jim but less crafty foe that seems
Lee Don Jackson and the 'Hoyt sure the defeat of the Chiefs Is
Wilheim of softball' Bill Painter inevitable. This Is now scheduledfor 1 ,
kept the Jacksonville NAS Friday, June 20.
'tired old men' to only three
hits. Hitting stars for Cecil Meanwhile at OLF the 'tired
were led by Ray Bathurst and Bill old men' have been challenged by
Painter who between them their wives, and it Is almost a
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I. Korner I Red Darters

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I JOSN Brent
By Kallestad
Extra FramesJax
Frank McCaffery's Jax Fliers are currently on a 141 tear
that has increased their season record to ,22-9 with four home -- The intramural softball
games coming up this weekend. Friday night they open the league's top two pitchers squaredoff ', tl y:. : :ed'ir .3" ...St
homestand: with a 7 o'clock twi-night doubleheader against last week before a crowd of
MacDill AFB from Tampa. The 500 the largest of the season,
I Fliers will encounter the same ers in military ranks might be and, as expected a pitcher's duel
I outfit for another pair at 7 tempted to leave their chosen ensued that lasted 11 Innings before -
p.m. Saturday.Les career field for the professionalgolf anybody' could cross home
Carroll and Von McClureare tour. Moody was a career plate.
man ((14 years) -- chucked his Von McClure of NARTU and
slated to work the Friday : ,
%$41t :<
doubleheader with Don Stewart Army Master Sergeant stripesand Don Stewart of VP 45! tangledin % j %J'n 3
I and Carroll scheduled Saturday $508! a month to latch onto what proved to be the best
I night. the PGA tour -- and look what game of the intramural season
The Fliers play all theirhome happened!II! Gambler? with both pitchers (In excellent

games at Mack roth Field which Football Already? ?? ????? form backed up by two of the
I is just west of the CPO Swimming top teams In National League.
Pool. Football fans can start revving McClure allowed only two hits
up your appetites for another in the regulation seven innings *
Recreation SuggestionsBoy headknocking menu right around while striking out eight and Ste- r

it'd sure be nice to be the corner. Pro rookies are wart scattered five hits while notching -
on tropical hours with this unbelievable already reporting to.campand six strikeouts.In .
humidity and heat in in six weeks you can catch an the top of the 11th inning
gw Jacksonville --need those beaches exhibition game between the Ken Winkle of NARTU lashed abase r ; ; !'
NFL's defending Central Divison hit off Stewart and scrambled -
I There are several nice
beaches in the area for per champions Minnesota and the down to second moments lat- : ;; ; A:2(1(
sonnel interested in making it AFL's Miami Dolphins. The er with a stolen base. Winkle, u F k
is at August 2, the base
to the Atlantic as often as pos game Tampa always aggressive on
sible. Here's a couple of ideas: but start planning now and makea paths, headed toward third FLYING HIGH-Mike Walters of FAETU digs his fibreglasspole
weekend of It Busch Gardensfor and wild throw
; seconds later a
LITTLE TALBOT ISLAND located -
and lifts the bar at II I feet inches
over I 6 to take firstin
north of Mayport Naval a beginner -- dunno why, but by the VP 45 catcher allowed
Station is open daily until sun- seems like sports fans have a him to scoot home with the first the Fairjax Meet.
( set. Easiest route is via Heck- hangup huh? run of the extra inning ame.Stewart -
sher Drive which takes you all the retired the next two bat-
U.S. ters but the damage was done Cecil
way out -- Buy Savings Bonds Squadron Super
ANASTASIA ISLAND in St. & Freedom Shares and McClure put down the Red
Augustine across the Bridge of Darters in order to give NARTUa
Lions about four miles east. 1 0 win over VP 45 in Strong in FairJax MeetJax
Beautiful sandy beaches -- can 'VP-5 Gunners 11 innings.
drive car -- and not always -
your Golf StandingsNational meet. Ivy also::: edged out team-
packed like a few closerto --' VA CG; of Cecil Field mate Tom I llercek to take the 880.
home. Easy to reach from Place In Meet Caduceus 7-4 took an overwhelming victory in Wilson added first place pointsby
here In less than hour.
an FAW-11 4-3 last week's ComFairJax Track grabbing the 440 yard run and
of the accessible
Any area FAETU 5-4 and Field Meet racking up 74 finished runner up in the 220.
south of Ponte Vedra on Highway Jax -- L. L. Stewart and J. A.
A 1A. Several paths break off Wagner of VP 5 led the Sixth A/C Maint. #1 6-5! points, :34 more than runner up Ed Vaughn, of Cecil based VA-
from the highway and backto Naval District rifle and pistol Data Techs 3-5! FAETU of Jax. 106 was practically track meet
the uncrowded beach go areas. teams to a third place finish (in NARF 2-8 Jim Ivy and Jim Wilson led by himself as he Rained triple
Nice natural. the Atlantic Fleet matches at American the "Waldos" attack on the first first:; place honors. Vaughn scorched -
; very Annapolis, Md. June 2-9. VP-7 1051.5 place trophy as they grabbed first i to a 10 flat 100 yard dashIn
Winner Moody Wagner captured the Silver Excellence A/C Maint. 42 8-3: place honors (three divisions.Ivy the 00 degree sun and then
: in Medal set a new J ax track recordof returned to blaze the 220 in24.fi.I .
PRESIDENT NIXON seemed to Competition VAP-C2 6.5-4.5!
think Orville. Mood :s victory at ((4th place) Rifle and Stewart won NARTU 6-6 5:05) in the mile run breakingthe \ I He still wasn't finihed: ,however.
10th place overall in the 108 man old record by tl.8 secondsset as he leaped 20 feet to capture
the U. S. Open "wasgood fOr Hospital 111 y.5-6.5) !
America's middle class. I was. field in the 2 days of:individual Par Scramblers. :3.5-8.5) only a.eel, .ca .lier by Jim the broad jump.
Swisher of NAfttV in the lax Rick Bernard of Jaxbased
thinking that some aspiring golf- competition. VP-5: 2.5-9.5:>
VP. 16 put in.a commendable
performance after'monopolizint'the
\\l|f""" WESCONNETT" FURNITURE" ; CO.iMR '( '.iO \\\ awards, a week earlier. Ber-

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Fliers Walk Over Glynco Navy;



Take On Touah MacDill Friday

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BttB MSI Vhaustion m
lax -- The lax Fliers softball from the previous cross nine runs, thanks mainlyto
team swung their bluest stick of innings. shoddy defensive play by Glyn-
the season as they unloaded a McClure Back co. The Fliers were held toonly
massive run producing attack five hits, two of which were by
agaUist( NAS Glynco last weekend. Saturday proved to be a littletoughe'r catcher Rich .Beaudoin, but Don
<* rwais %,; The Fliers, enjoying a torrid test for the Jax nine but Stewart gave up only three hits
win streak at the moment, broke Von McClure was back fireballingthem and one run in the five inning!
loose for 32 runs in four gamesto to a 2 0 win. McClure, abbreviated game because of a
,, .. ending a one week retirement(a -
; '!>'?. n-*;>,*v,.;-'''!. '"J|*'>i "YL WH upend their Sixth Naval Dis- late start.
(<
"*''SllJli *''''"""1 t aP JM"; trict opponent. la Ntaury Wills and Ken Harrel-
f Pitcher Don Stewart allowed son) was in mid seasonformashe Big Weekend ComingThis
only one hit in the opening gameas shutout Glynco on two harm-
the Fliers produced two runs, less hits. weekend the Fliers will
but it was enough to loosen them The Fliers' scored in the first put their 22-9 record on the line
WHICH END FIRST-This diver completes a backwards flip up for what was to follow. Ironi- inning following third basemanKen as they take on MacDill AFB of
In the diving competition during the NAS Jax swim meet cally Stewart broke the scoreless Oliver's double with one out. Tampa at home on Mackroth
Tuesday afternoon. deadlock: in the third as he led Kicielinski 1 grounded out and Bill Field. MacDill will offer the
off the inning belting his first Aaron drilled a single to score Fliers tougher play than they have
homer of the reason for Jax.Ken Oliver and the Fliers were on the seen so far this year with the
NARTUPaddles Way Winkle then reached first on a way to number three at Glynco.Al first game of a doubleheader
, shortstop boot and first sacker "Tiny" Wageman put the lid slated for Friday evening at 7:30, ..
Bill Aaron drove Winkle home on the game as he hammered along and a doubleheader again Satur-
To Jax Meet VictoryNARTU with a base hit to put the Fliersout home run. to lead off the day at 7:30 p.m. Jax has
front to stay and take the fourth.In now won 14 of their last 15 ball
scored 42 points:: to In the diving competition Don opener. the series finale Jax again games as they continue, prepara-
capture the Jax swim crown Young of the Marine Barracks Bang Bang showed they were capable of the tion for the GND tourney at Jax
Tuesday afternoon and in doingso placed first. The Fliers began celebrating big innings as they pushed a- Aug. 4.
beat out rival VAP-62 by 19 Air Ops finished behind VAP- Independence Day a few weeks T

points. .. ,. 02 for third place In team total\ early in the second game,as they
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NARTlI's\ Rick Adam. **, Pat Til-1 followed by VP-7, Marine Barracks exploded for 15 hits and pushed Why Do You See r
ger, Don Schmidt and Ralph Shra- Dental, Hospital and",'ea- across 19 runs to smother Glynco -
der led the way by taking the pons. 19 -1.
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200 meter medley relay, and the Center field Bob Kicielinski
200 meter free led the bombardment as he pow-
style relay. Intramural
'ered two home, runs over the So Many Of TheseGREENiCOVtiSRRiNGS
Sdunidt also placed first in right center field fence (one
the 50 meter free style and R.Bauer. Tennis Standings that threatened to dislodge a few
of VP-7 gained a first in the satellites from orbit) and added _
200 meter individual medley. another base hit to go three for
John Ludwig of Air Op was I Hospital 4-1 four and score three runs. Pit- 0 0
first in the 50 meter butterfly VP-16 3-1 cher Les Carroll also had his
and Fred Lincoln of VAP-62 NARTU 2-2 hitting shoes on as he rapped out 8
aced out the field in the 100 VW-4 0-2 three hits in four trips and was
meter freestyle.Eric ComFairJax 0-3 superb on the rubber yielding
VP-7 Dropped Out only five hits. The Fliers pro-
Myers of Dental was first duced runs in every frame but the
in the 50 meter back stroke and seventh probably because of ex-
Russ Bauer picked up another

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