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VOL. 27 NO. 15 (U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 3, 1969




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.- The air station's largest tenant command, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, 1 .
got a new skipper Monday when Capt. John E. Kennedy became commanding officer of the big :*.IL .
school complex. He relieved Capt. Raymond P. Kline. who had commanded the air training center z.

for the past two years. Capt. Kline retired during the same ceremony. -'

From Wisconsin Capt. Ken- ;
nedy returned to his first duty Chiefs of Staff; operations Mulberry, Fla., the Kennedy's 4J
station after commissioning when officer on the staff of Commander have two children, Kristen Lee
he assumed command of NATTC Carrier DivisipnThree rand com- 17, and John E. Jr., 6
Monday. The captain served as mander Naval Air Force, U. S.
Years Service
Completes 34
a flight instructor at NAS Jax Atlantic Fleet; commanding
for two years following his com- officer of the USS Vesuvius (AE- Kline ends 34 years ofservice 1a
pletion of training as a naval 15)); staff of the Commander which began in 1935 when
aviator in February 1941. Naval Air Force, U. S. Atlantic he left Illinois to enter the Naval
After his initial Jax tour, he Fleet; commanding officer of Academy. Graduating from the I
_ deployed aboard the USS York- the USS Atlantic (CVA62)In ) academy in 1939, Capt. Kline received I ,'
town as operations officer with his wings in 1941 before '
Torpedo Squadron Five. flying dive bombers off the ,, '" > '.t\t. ',_""
Capt Kennedy's other tours August 1966 he began duty carriers USS Yorktown, Enter- J ...<. ,'+' ", ;'Ii+>'''.< ,
included assistant air.operations under instruction at George prise and Bunker Hill during :
officer aboard the WWII carrier Washington University. Before WW II. : .lj
USS Independence; staff of the During a career which has .. \ d : "l
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Chief of Naval Air Training, taken him to the Pacific, Europeand .. .

Pensacola; CO of VA-175; XO Seven More across the United States, RELIEVED -- Capt. Kline (r) stands by as., Capt. Kennedy
ol Experimental Squadron Five, Capt. Kline has spent three reads'' his orders making him
,new NATTC Skipper.
commander AirTaskGroup Four, other tours In the Jacksonville ,
'_ Retire.ItNATTC __........ .. ..,. .. .
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Office of the Chief of Naval Op- --;;'"' "area*"*"""*' <****** r- I
erations in the Aviation Plans He commanded Attack Squadron Youths Earn Monty and Skills !
division and Head of the Policies 84 and served on the Operational -
Section, Staff of the U. S. Com- Training Command
mander in Chief Europe. (See Story Page 4)) Staff here. He also commanded In Summer Employment Program
Carrier Air Group Ten at Cecil

Capt. Kennedy's other assign- Field.
ments have included being the coming to Jax he was the chief Among his decorations are the Jax--Long boring summer they work regular hours receiving
senior naval officer, Joint Com- of staff to Commander Carrier Distinguished Flying Cross with afternoons are now in the past at least the minimum wage.
mand and Control Development Division One. Married to the star, Air Medal with nine stars, for about 200 Jacksonville area As pointed out by Mrs. Connie
Group in the Office of the Joint former Evelyn E. McCook of and three Presidential Unit Cita- youths who are employed on the Rogerson, of the Duval County
tions. base in a dozen different of Instruction the
po- Board Public ,
..-..---'---_.. ._.- .--.-.------- Capt. and Mrs. Kline, the for- sitions. jobs are "to provide valuable
mer Sibylla Walker Pringle of The young people, known as work and training and help direct
Atlanta, are making their homein "summer aids," are 16 to 21 the youths toward becoming
% the Jacksonville area. years old and are part of a pro- better citizens." Mrs.Charlotte
H + S ] 16 TOP r / M gram called the 1969 Federal Stewart, also from the county
Summer Employment Programfor board, stated: "One of the aimsof
Youth. the program Is to place a
Their backgrounds are fairly youth In a position where he can
similiar as each comes from learn a trade Interesting to him
r i economically deprived back- in hopes that he can remain at
ground or the youth needs earn- the job and become a permanent
ings from summer employmentin worker.< "
Yr order to return to school in A review of nearly 50,000
q the fall. The program is not summer appointments of youth
k run as a charity organization, throughout the country in 1968
t tr however, as each young adult is shows that Federal agencies increased -
given a meaningful job in which the quality and varietyof
assignments for these summer

4tf f NAS NAVY RELIEF DRIVE WRAPUPAt of aids.position They worked from messenger in every kind to

the close of the annual Navy Relief Campaign on the air mathematician's assistant. They
r station on June 18, all departments and special assistants offices were' also assistants to carpenters -
LZM contributed to the drive. and space scientists. They
NAS stood at 85.8 per cent of the "Giving Guide" with the indi- typed, painted, assisted the sick,
save out repaired vehicles -
vidual follows
departmental percentages as : office
ran machinery,and
Administration 85% Legal 100% kept the mail mo'.ing. Mostof
Air Operations 40% Management the jobs they worked at were
Aircraft Maintenance 85% Assistant 83% productive and meaningful. They
Brig 100% Medical 85% were kept busy but not at "makework" -

Chaplain 95% Navy Exchange |100%. 'assignments.They .
also benefited by having
Communications Public Works 95% *
90%
their first work experience,
Comptroller 89% Security 95% earning needed money, receiving
Data Processing 31% Supply 80% employment counseling, or
Dental |100% Weapons 89% realizing their need for more
Civilian Personnel 100% Pinecastle 80% education and training if they are
Public Affairs 100% to qualify for the best jobs for
which they are capable.
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6Y k .. Contributions exceeded last year's campaign.The Each youth is interviewed to
total money turned into the campaign treasurer for NAS determine what type of work they

SCROLL OF HONOR -- AEC E. C. Kneller, VP-45 Career contributions amounted to $2,908.10NAS are most interested in and are
Counselor, receives the Navy League "Scroll of Honor" from Jacksonville, with a great team effort went right over the placed in a job that comes as
top. close to their wishes as possible,
Saunders officer of the Darters '
H.
Cdr.W. commanding Squa-
The support from all departments and specfal assistants was utilizing the resources and facilities -
dron. The award was presented in recognition of Chief Knel- appreciated. The representatives for the Navy Relief Fund Drive available within the organ-
ler's being named one of the Outstanding Navy Men of 1968 by deserve a pat on the back for a fine, all out effort, along with all
the Navy League. the personnel who contributed. (Continued on page 2))



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Editorial View PointsINDEPENDENCE

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DAY"Proclaim
'% SUNDAY MA't! 1J a.m.
DAILY MAS11:30 a.m.
Confers: ? will be held on
all the land unto all the
liberty throughout
Sunday at 8:30= & 10:30:= a.m.
inhabitants thero/.M instead of Saturday.U. .

These words are emblazoned on the Liberty Bell which pealed
forth the glorious news July 4th, 1776, when our Declaration of S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
Independence was born. Lukc's Chapcl
During reflections as we celebrate this year let us rememberthat
our Declaration of Independence is a living document which still r SUNDAY[ MASS8:00 a.m.
challenges us and guides us as much on every day of the year as PROTESTANT WORSHIP l
it does on our 4th of July holiday. SERVICES10:00 a.m.
There was a time in America when we celebrated the Fourth witha
steady barrage of firecrackers, brass bands and orators from PROTESTANTAll
Flag draped stands. To many people today, waving the American Saints' Chapel
Flag may seem old fashioned and provincial and it may be unlawfulto GETTING ALONG -- Capt. C. T. Faulders, Jr., commanding
blow oneself up with fireworks, but there is no more beautiful officer of Naval Air Rework Facility signs the employee -
sight to light one's spirit than the American Flag flying free. management agreement |In cooperation with the National As- SUNDAY
Declaration Day has always been our Nation'a greatest holidayand
Local Number Church School -9:00 a.m.
Examiners
of Aircraft
many of us will head for the mountain or shore for a little fun sociation Aeronautical Bldg. *# 722
and relaxation. Enjoy yourself but don't let that fun outstrip the 3. The agreement negotiated under an executive order, be Junior Church -10:00 a.m.
remembrance of what the celebration is all about. There is room comes effective after approval of th! Washington's Office of Bldg. 722
both for rededication of the great principles set forth in the dec- Civilian Manpower Management.DrVeSafeon. Divine Worship Service 10
laration and for festivity. a.m. Bldg. 750:

Episcopal Communion 8:30

the 4th
Small'Chapel Bldg) 1*# 750

Junior Youth Fellowship5p.m.Bldg. .

Jax -- The entire nation cele- somewhere. Americans live fast, 722
brates its birthday tomorrow and play fast, and drive too fast. And TUESDAY
many thousands of Americanswill it'll cost a lot of lives and grief Senior choir Rehearsal-7. p.m.
be taking to the nation's before a majority of the country's Bldg. 750
highways enroute to picnicvisit, men and women go back to work \WEDNESDAYNavigator's
",.,...-. camp during the long weekend or Monday morning.In Bible Class 7
..- see an annual fireworks displayin the last 12 months,over 500 p.m. Bldg. fp 722
honor of the country's be- Navymen and Marines ended their THURSDAY
r ginning. careers behind the wheel of an Christian Science .Service -
While Independence Day is a automobile. The gruesome odds 8.p.m. IMdg.
day of cheer for American, it are against us when we ven- SUNDAYEvening
As you go about your festivities, remember there still are seen will also be a day of terrible ture out onto the country's highways Worship; 6 p.m.
and unseen enemies trying to undermine all the principles and sac- mourning for many thousandsof with a devil may. ,care Bldg. # 750
rifices that have make America the greatest country on earth. Americans whose friends or adventuresome.attitude... '. TUESDAY
As it happened all too often in the past, America's finest youthare relatives will die in the twisted At 'muster .Monday morning Pentecostal Fellowship--7p.m.
fighting and dying on foreign soil now Indeed, we may wellagain..With steel of an automobile wreck. someone is a sure bet to missit Bldg.V 722
a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Provi- What will begin as a pleasant if he or she fails to drive
dence" ... "Appeal to the Supreme Judge of the World for the long and happy three day week during the next three days as''\.it "'
rectitude of our own intentions," as did the signers of the Declara- end for many families will turn life itself depended on his or her
tion of Independence. into the horror of a city morgue action. IT DOES! TrafficViolations

;t "'- HMC Morris Gets ADCOPNod
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HMC Donald L. Morris of the have completed,aNavyclass"A"
NAS Dispensary has been selected or "B" school, or have 12 trans-
By Cdr. Max Eller, CHC
as a principal participant in ferable hours of college credits The following is, a report of
the Fiscal Year 1970 Associate and have no disciplinary record. motor'vehicle; accidents and traf-
The Apostle Paul was addres- lips Version). Degree Program.This During his time in the service fic violations for the period June
sing himself to the church at In a.day when there is somuchwar fall Morris will begin a Morris has been able to attend 17 through June 23.
Ephesus when he gave this bit conflict and social discord, two year course in hospital and East Carolina College in Greenville Number of Accidents
of advise: "Live life with a due the church must present herself business administration at the N. C. as well as complete This::> week - - -11
sense of responsibility, not as clearly to humanity. She must Pensacola Junior College In Pen several USAFI correspondencecourses. Total accidents this year through
men who do not know the mean- responsibly enter into man's sacola, where he has been assigned June 23 - - -192
ing and purpose of life, but as search for meaning 'and purpose.In to work for his Associate de- After the completion of the Associate Number of accidents through June
those who do. Make the best the difficulties of life man gree. Degree Program Morris 1968--------- .- -176
of your time, despite all the reaches out to grasp some Applicants must have com- may return to the Navy as an Total number of days since last
difficulties of these days. Don't thing firm, something con pleted seven years of-active duty enlisted man or he may try fora injury in a motor vehicle accident -
be vague, but firmly grasp stant and dependable. The caring service, be a high school graduate commission in the service. - -" - 26.
what you know to be the will of hand of God reaches down to Number of Violations
the Lord and 'fit in' with provide the handle hold on to. This week - - -56
one another, because of you The church must share thhandle. QUESTIONSand Firm Awarded - nine
common reverence for Christ. As Paul stated, "We must fit Goingthrough: stop sign -4
(Ephesians 5:15 17, 21 Phil- in with other another. CommendationJax Other violations - -43
35 drivers appeared beforethe
'1 I -- The William E. Arnold Traffic Hearing Board onJune
Company of Jacksonville received 26. Disposition of the cases included -
a certificate of com- the following:
SAVE MONEY ANSWERSThis mendation from the Navy at 11 15 lost driving and parking privileges -
a.m. yesterday for the firm's aboard stationfor various
REGULARLY construction work on the Naval periods; 16 were assigned to
( question and answer department Hospital. complete an eight hour coursein
has been establishedfor Issued by the Commander Naval rememdial driving; two were
the benefit of all military Facilities Engineering Com- given warnings; five were dis-
personnel. Send questions to:
mand in missed; and six referred to com-
Armed Forces Press File, 1117N. Washington, D. C., the
19th St., Arlington, Va., award is given annually to the manding officers for possible::>
22209)). company that performs outstanding disciplinary action.
work in completing a 13 drivers were assessed 33
AX: A I Ft NEWSThe : Navy construction contract. traffic points.

Q. If a veteran has an annual Making the presentation to Ar-
income of $1,576, how much VA nold was Capt. A. R. Marshall; YOUTH EMPLOYMENT
monthly pension will beget under commanding officer of the South-
J JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian! Enterprise Newspaper dis the new law? east Division; of the Facilities (Continuedfrom Page I)
tributed each Thursday' at the II. S. Naval Air 'Station, Jacksonville / -
A. A of
monthly pension $57 Engineering Command at Charleston ization.
Florida, by lie Halt Publishing' Company' a prji'atc
is payable to veterans who do not S. C. At NAS Jax NAHF has the
firm., All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIM NEHN MIHSI have dependents and whose annual The contract for thebuildingofthe largest group giving jobs to 88
be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, flax 2, NAS Jack income ranges> between $1,500and Naval Hospital was awardedto young men and women,14 of whichare
soni'illc, l hy 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News $1,600. the Arnold Company on Jan. office jobs. Supply is providing -
items arc welcomed from oil sources, Telephone'/ 772 )11 J IS 0. Who decides what priorityis 28, 1966, Deadline for completionwas work for 43: more and the
or HI'). placed on MSTS shipments? slated for Feb. 28, 1968. remainder are busily at work at
A. The Joint Chiefs of staff The firm finished the construction the hospital, aircraft maintenance -
determine the of what and
Advertisements/ arc solicited by (lie publisher and queries, / priority occupancy began on Dec. civilian personned and
should moe first and when. 15, 1967.
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VOL. 27 NO. 15 JULY 3, 1969 after was Capt. W. C.Turville, how they can direct their abilities
payable his death his
,
commanding officer of the
Naval 1 I toward making a comfortable
widow child or children. Hospital.
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I The Hellrazors Gain; A New Skipper m



NAS CECIL CommanderJack rons including all assigned After earning his wings in 1954,
E. Russ is scheduled to relieve maintenance personnel in theA- was assigned to VAAW-35 for
Commander Edwin M.Crowas 7A and A 7B Corsair aircraft. four years. During this time the
commanding officer of Attack The squadron will soon receiveits squadron flying AD-4N aircraft
Squadron 174 in ceremonies here first A 7E aircraft, a newer made four deployments to the
toda y. more sophisticated vers ion of far East aboard the USS
Commander Crow has beenthe the Corsair II. The squadronwill HANCOCK (CVA-19)).
squadron's skipper since August shortly commence training He was an NROTC Instructorat
1968. pilots and maintenance personnelin the University of Californiaat L
Guest speaker for the change of this aircraft. BerkelylnVA-153whichmade
#' command will be Captain D. D. Commander Russ reported to two far East Crnslses flying A-4
t&.k1' '! Eugene of the Aviation Plans VA-174 after commanding VA-86 aircraft aboard the USS CORAL
V,.!!,',,)>,' Branch Deputy Chief of Naval the Navy's first fleet based A-7? SEA (CVA-43)at) the U. S. Army
Operations (Air). Also includedin squadron. While he was it's Command and General Staff
the ceremony will be the reading skipper VA-86 deployed to College, and as an aide and flag
,' of orders and the change of Southeast Asia aboard the USS secretary to Commander Carrier
names on Aircraft 201. The"ldp- .america (CVA-66)). Division Seven.
per's bird." He received his commission He assumes command of VA-
VA-174, nicknamed the"Hell- through the NROTC program at 174 after three months as execu-
razors" is the East Coast A 7 the University of Washington.After tive officer. His decorations
replacement pilot training squadron graduation in 1951 he served include the Distinguished Flying
and is composed of over 1200 his first two years of commissioned Cross Air Medal Secretary of -
officers and men. Since this beginning service aboard the USS the Navy Commendation Medal
as the Navy's first A-7 WISEMAN (DE-667)) making two and Navy Unit Commendation.He .
Crow ors have trained seven squad- far East Cruises. is married to the former Ross
Arlene M. Hansen.at .

TrophyHonorjngcecjlMan Cecil Chess Champ Beat Duke With BishopNAS II


Is PresentedNAS Cecil Lieutenant Bolles High School on June now in its fifth year. Previous _
Commander Gregory S.Wrenhaswon 28-29 consisted of .a field of tours included two deploymentsto
the Jacksonville City Chess over 30 contestants.The Southeast Asia aboard the -
Cecil... Navy pilot killed been nominated for the Distingoff Championship for the second year Cecil champion who completed carrier USS Hancock. While on
Vietnam last September had uished Flying Cross and wore the in a row, defeating Leroy Huttoin the competition with a per- Southeast Asian deployment *aboard -
a memorial trophy presented to Air Medal with four gold stars, the finals last Sunday. Hutto fect score of five wins and no the USS Hancock he had an
his former school In his name Navv Commendation Medal who is a nationally rated expert defeats, is an instructor pilot opportunity to play actor
Saturday by Cdr. John H. Hams- Vietnam Service Medal ((4 stars) was also runner-up to Wren in assigned to VA-174 here. John Wayne, visiting the Hancockon
commanding officer of Attack and other campaign awards. last year's tournament.The While stationed on the West a USO tour and as it turned* _
Squadron 106. A Naval aviator for 10 years, tournament sponsored by Coast prior to reporting to Cecil out, ,and beat him three: straight
Cdr. David F. Callahan Jr., LCdr. Callahan was graduated the Jacksonville Chess Club and Field he organized the first Mon- times.
was killed September 23, 1968 from the Massachusetts Mari held in the Carl Swisher Library terey (Calif.) International Open.
while operating from the aircraft time Academy In 1955. The
carrier USS Intrepid In South "David F. Callahanjr. Memorial .
China Sea. He was the AdminAward" will be presented annual-
istrative officer for VA-108 at ly to the academy's outstanding
the time of his death. He has all-around company. S
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Seven Officers Complete Careers at NATTCq


Jax--During Monday's change Cdr. Tutwiler back to base after having the ailerons NATTC Norman, Okla; NATTU
: of command ceremony, in which shot off during a daylight Olathe, Kan; NATTC Memphis,
Capt. Raymond. P. Kline stepped Tutwiler was an air traffic patrol in the Truk area. Tenn., and at NATTC here.
I down as commanding officer of control specialist with the Fed Prior to his assignment as dir- Cdr. ChalkleyCdr.
NATTC to retire, seven other eral Aviation Agency in Washington ector of Training in June 1968 commiss-
Chalkley was
: officers at the command also for three years prior to coming he was superintendent of November 1942
ioned ensign in
an
; ended their naval careers. to NATTC in September 1962. Ordnance Schools. naval
and earned his wings as a
During his career he servedin The commander's son, Steve,
I I Retiring were Cdr. W.J. Tut- the aircraft carriers Ranger, a graduate of Forrest High aviator. he served In
wiler, executive officer; Cdr.R. Bunker Hill, Essex and Roose- .School this month, reported to During his career air
D. Kunkle, director of train- velt. He participated inthe cam- the U. S. Naval Academy Monday various training commands,
: ing; Cdr. V. G. Quillen, super- paigns in the Solomons, Leyte, -- the same day his father re- transport and airborne the area staffof
intendent of Aviation Electric Formosa, Japan, Iwo Jima, tired. warning squadrons, on Naval
ian's Mate Schools; Cdr. J.W. Okinawa and Indo China. Cdr. Kunkle will continue to the Commandant Fourth LCdr. Cecil l
Chalkley Jr., superintendent of While at the training center serve as director of Trainingfor District and Fleet Resistance Air of
Aviation Ordnance Schools Cdr.J. Wing, Atlantic; and as head
; here, he held the positions of one year after retirement. -
.S.McNeely, military person- superintendent of electrical the Enlisted recruiting Branch, r
nel officer; LCdr. H. A. Irwin, training, director of training and Cdr. Quillen Chief of Naval Personnel.. The
Legal; and LCdr. D. L. Cecil, executive officer. He is marriedto commander and his family'plan
first lieutenant, and special ser- the former Bettye Jean Wardof Cdr. Quillen has been super- .to travel awhile after his retire-
vices officer Jacksonville.Cdr. intendent of the Aviation Electrician's ment.
Mate School since July Cdr. McNeelyCdr.
Kunkle 1966 and will also be retainedfor
one year on active duty after McNeely,commissionedas
Cdr. Kunkle, co-pilot on the retirement. an aviator in 1947 and com-
record breaking MARS flight Prior to entering the Navy, missioned again in 1952 after
HONDAMeters from Honolulu to Chicago in948, he attended the Kansas State Coll- attending the Naval Academy,
was a member of the famous ege and received a degree in spent a short seven month extension
& C Black Cat Squadron. business. Between severalflying of his active duty timeat .
Y Cycles *. While with the squadron,he received assignments, Cdr. Quillen has NATTC. Prior to his arrival ,(\ ,.

the Navy Cross for a specialized in the Naval Air here he was commanding officerof ,;. iij,. ,:.' .
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4949 Blending 771-8244 successful attack on a Japanese Technical Training CommandHe the wintering over party In
destroyer and the Distinguished has served with the Naval the Antarctic LCdr. Irwin
r Flying Cross for getting his PBY Air Technical Training staff.
LCdr. Irwin

LCdr. Irwin has been the
A reception was held in the
,
staff advocate for the
r judge past Walnut, and St., John's Rooms at
three years. He was 'com-
SAVE..by.thel0th missioned a naval aviator Inl944, the Officers' Club immediately
the ceremonies for the
and went to inactive duty in 1946, following
after whichhe attended law schoolat retiring officers and their guests.

the University of Florida.
After returning to active dutyin CLI PPER.CROSBY.SEACRAFTOATOR.ROCKET

1952, he has served on several -
EARN. aviation staffs and had other

from the 1st! legal duties. Ii MERCURY OUTBOARDS

LCdr. Cecil i MERCRUISERSTERN

DRIVES
LCdr. Cecil has been first
ll lieutenant special services EXPERT
officer since October 1967,Prior REPAIR
to that time, he was assigned SHOP
as training facilities officer and

( operations officer. He has also 264 9835
served tours of duty with aviation
training and fleet airborne elect-
ronics training units; fighter, INLET MARINE
!91pI4 utility, attack'' and fleet aircraft
I service squadrons; air mobile Silts ft Service

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I Rework Employees lead Promotion Sweepstakes H:' 1



Jax--The following Navy civil- Advancing to GS-15 are Morton Chesser to GS-7; FrankC. Wood

ian employees of the Navy V. Haas and Daniel R. Whiddon. to GS-11; George W. Dweile to
Finance Office,Naval Air Rework GS-12; and Leroy Mahler and MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE
Facility, NAS and Commissary Navy Finance Oscar Z. Williams stockmen. .

Store have been promoted in NFO promotees are ElizabethL. OperationsPaul All Ranks All AgesLOW
accordance with the station'sMerit Hall to GS-4 and Peggy M.
Promotion Program: Combs to GS-6. W. Bennett to GS-7 and

Rework FacilityTo Arthur H. Myers to GS-10. RATESEASY
CommissaryRafael ,

production controller Maldonado,Claude N. Admin. '
(A/Q), GS-7: Lew E. Keeter, Melvin Leo R. Desjardins, Sylvia S. Turetz to GS-4 and MONTHLY ,
John T. Keene and Ben W. In- Claude A. Kennedy and Ennis Wendall Patrick to GS-12. ,.*

gram. Turner are all new promotees at Public Works PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL
To production controller the Commissary.Data .
(Electrician), GS-7: James O. ProcessingEdith Jacob Pressley and James W.

Waddington and Herbert D. G. Stanley toGS6JoyceC. Clark to field tractor operators.
INSURANCE
Young Sr.PrQmoted. Baggarley to GS-9 and Bar-
Legal Office
to production con bara P. King to GS5Comptroller
troller GS-7 and are designated Dorris M. Constantin was pro- UNDERWRITERS INC.
(Aqr) electricians: Dept. moted to GS-7, stenography ,
Clarence C. Pinkston, RalphE. Malone W. Mattingley to (formerly McDou.qall's Insurance)

Henderson, Lewis G. Ray, GS-9: and Geraldine R. Hardier Fleet Weather 6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388 7676
John E. Cassidy, Ferrill Coch- to GS-4. Supply Mary E. Barrett was advancedto
ran, Neil E. Brown, RaymondB. Charles A. Gore and Eunice P GS-6, stenography. ( all Us Anytime

Bragg, James N. Benardini,

Alex Bandy, John A. Achenbach, 'b ....eeeo00.ooe...eoe oe.0e.e..o.........o...00..oeee0o.e..se.....q.ooe..0ee0.o0.e..o0o..a
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Miller, James T. McCulley, .
Ralph C. McConnaha, William J. .. OPEN All DAY JULY 4th .
Lundy, David N. Lowery and 9:30 A.IN.Till TO PJN. a 0

Floyd J. Lipham. .
JULY 4fll SIDEWALK .
Also, Ernest L. Tyler, SamuelH. .
Watson, Leon Cook, Owen L. .
Cribb, Thaddeus R. DombrowskiDavid : ;

R. Everington, Frank .. .
Hrapsky, Joseph B. Gasque, RayA. aruyfAD4T Irons ditl ..
Paulk, Henry S. Burkhardt, MIT W DISC0IIN11N01IIfT .
Dennis L. Perry, William II. .. / n YAM.., I ..

French, Harold L. West, GeorgeB. .

Winter, Harold R. Johnsonand .. oe
Hans P. Wittman.
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Also to GS-7 Charles O. GIRLS'3 T014 LADIES' L+! 0I

Weiser, Frank C. Thomas, .: t r y PERMANENTPRESS BUILT-IN S t4 I' .
Charles W. Stevens, Andrew J. A :

Ski, Carl E. Rhodes, Isaac J. I: BRA ti w a 8 :0S

Silver, John J. Garvey, CarrollF. CULOTTES t 1 Q g

Padgett, Dominick J.Monnell,
Clarence J. Olsen, Joseph i SHIFTS !
Koteny, and Edwin J. McCully $1 .

Jr.Naval Air Rework employees 1 I

promoted to GS-8 include AlvinC. AixxHd dmigm and I 2f015 i

Cone, Nicholas G. Correnti, ,..c .floral citing prNMIn.wand colon) Cotton
George A. Edwards, Edward C. o' n' poKvitw, Auortid
2059 EACH O
Edwards, Leo V. Duncan, MarioN. I I 0 r

Diloreto, Samuel J. Deutch, : All n.w built-in bra ihlftt .
r / .
Milton H. Lazarus, Bernard O for brwzlng through turn .
mrl 100% cotton In the
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Siegel, Augustus E. WatsonJohnR. awed prtttloit prints .
Wilson, Wesley ,R. Wilson, e JR. BOYS' vrt. Zipper bock, no .ew
tlt vM and a illhouctt
William E. Hope, John W. : : that flatten! Terrific-quali MEN'S BITTER .
SHORT
Heggood, Eugene Hadden, Elbert ty and low price!Auorttd SHIRTS 0
Green Louis P. Finney, Walter : talon SliM 8h 18. KNIT :
SETS!
SPORTSWEAR DEPT. .. .......,
1Narw.ack twtlo collar 100%
H. Farwell, Lonnie J. Farlow, i .
MhiriMd nylon 100%full fotnlarioa'ocry. :
and Frank O. Leigh. It fclMSAUXLMEN'S,_.....bI.Chvnrrnr*or 100%polynror.

Also to GS-8,James O.Burton, 88 1i 1 t PI 0

Reuben Bishop, Daniel B. Arns- : PERMANENT PRESS ;
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dorff, Paul R. AndersonGarland S XLI: : ti 1\1WALK\ SHORTS :
A solid n..ld Jxy 1
T. Alexander, John W. Mundt, ..'n a.Ilon l.II. O Try" 10011 bop.. GinanonuTor,'._.bl.nd Or.pHn.
Tolbert Morrow, Basil Mon 0 1 In /,..-...,..Iw..5..TwtllU.2V I.AuorMdplddX :38MEN'S 0.

taigne, Stanley A. Magarowicz, .. BOYS' .
William B. Lucas, Dennis P. p"t% Uriie + PERMANENT PRESS ;

Infinger, William A. Kirkland, : Sig ,. ,p SHORTY P.J'S :
James D. Koon and Marvin E. SNORTS Short. d..-.'.tnorl. Wai'Coot tfylol/Surpknotlorl .
O Ptorliod.bvnom4 folynror'.totton. .
Ladage and Ansel L. Livingston. W MEN'S,,LADIES; BOYS' AND GIRLS' A..or/.dpal/wll..ndt.bnSu.A. .t-C.O. eS

Others at the Rework Facility .. ..
promoted to GS-8 include James Swiss watches .

Regas, Albert J. Quagliano, BertB LENGTH I *..MM..-Ow-.L wS- .
WALTZ .. .
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LADIES' TRICOT .d h..d. f.ae. I. .
Poston, Ira J.Pickett,FrancesL. "
.' Pemberton, Hassell E.Norrisand : GOWNS :

.... ....... $1:2 r LlaMtED 1 ;
Jesse J. Nichols. O .N :: SCn:::: t Cr
New GS-10s include Thomas A. 1=-r sIN..1D: ::.... ....... ....?. F t!: AMJPM IOLIO sun :
PORTABLE .
Alexander S. Dennis Jr, l +
Darby, NO-IRON BITTER jni ygYILtTT!' t MIW! MN I I1f0IT Iu1Y1 MIN' 1011014 MIN'S RTTTI
: LADIES' I RADIO :
Shellie D. Faircloth, Bernard F. SWEAT SHIRTS SWIM TRUNKS KNIT SHIRTS :
Kinn Hildred O. Scurrey, JackA. : BRAS ALARM CLOCKS :
99 -"wnlo.Io., .....,.
P. Pacuk Edward .. 99 .04.11M. ,..I.. 'V.r., 100%. wduM. I-/rd/ Otte A. 61 or ::
't
Pace, Peter -. ...Hoe-..... -, .LM. Z I. .IId. r.l. awl. H.-d1 C..Md IMe : $1nI .
E. Quarles, Ralph H.Mann, O-.G.rywaM1. ,IIaoIIc. Adw.b1.under ball 32 IvMal tw.wMLR.wpN..1 wA11 u FOR WMn.DIMulu. h eater .e
Wilson II. Stowe, Robert L. Wil- .. :MAl 32.. :III. 0.'M. N.N..IIr..dc..r..11 I D.f is IA. ..

liams, and GeorgeH.McLemore. .
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James J. Middleton was pro- : OOR EVERY DAY
moted to GS-11, James G. Kinterto .: ATp?Al or wp IIOID MOUlD'LA.ne IOLlD rOAM con LOW DISCOUNT PRICE :
/t1n CHAIR
GS-9 and George L. Derrickto Ton 3-FT. <
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GS-12. Others being pjomoted .
Croft Ge C. WADING II .
include Preston A. .
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L. Bonafede
Farland. Joseph POOL '
B. Perry, Anthony J. : MOUTH ,WASH | QQ :
Eugene ......../ .
Kaupas, Van Q. McLean, RobertE. 1 w 2.A. 04O .

Day,John B.Sloan and Dawman ..

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Now 20.plin. .....s va.pon I. MAKE AS MANY WORDS AS POSSIBLE OUT Of THESE I t ;
gl o J0% >or "ATIANTK DEPAlT.EMlnO.ES" I I I I
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a E C.duen.Mnwld longwoorlng.ol...l with 96c !. WINNER RECEIVES ISO WORTH Of MERCHANDISE Of r %v AQUA HEr .
,,,400N. StolOlrlt' 1. THEIR CHOICE M. rr ? HAIR SPRAY 45 O
.12"J MAIL ENTRIES TO ATLANTIC DEPARTMENT STORES
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6 _JAX AIR_NEWS/AFTERBURNER_ _ _
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VP45 Joined Other Naval Units _



'In Support of 'Market Time' r '. : F a i W Y 3r

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When Patrol Squadron Forty helping the Vietnamese to improve Purple Hearts. In August, }8 rW} > ::VA.
Five returned to NAS Jackson- or rebuild war torn vill- 1968, the Secretagy of the Navy E"
ville on June 3 the Red Dartershad ages, schools and hospitals. awarded the Meritorious Unit i
just completed six months of Operation is a unique and Commendation to the officersand _I W '
operations in support of U. S. complex organization. Its sign- men of the Coastal Surveillance ::i
operations in Southeast Asia. ificance to the overall Free World force for service between -. .. 9
This is the conclusion of the story effort here in South Vietnam was January 1 and September 31,1967.
that tells how VP-45 and numer- perhaps best expressed by Gen- The real success and overall ,., \
eralWestmorelandformer U. S. effectiveness of Operation lies } sr
ous other Navy commands in the : -- ,m
Western Pacific have contributedto Commander, upon his departure in the dedication, patience and /.
a massive coastal surveillance from V iet nam:These forces area tenacity of every man in the
effort known as Market Time. major element of my overall task force who, together, are
Conversely, the South Viet- strategy, without Which we couldnot writing a new chapter in the his- 1: *
succeed. Forces have suc- tory of naval warfare.
namese Navy helps forces by
providing each FCF, WPB and cessfully blocked intrusion by : '>
offshore carrier patrol ship witha sea, forcing the enemy to use fit I If
Ho Chi Minh
the long, tortuous .
South Vietnamese Navy bilingual .J .
Trail, thus affecting significantlyhis F "
liason officer or petty _
sustain t<-
officer, thus enabling these unitsto ability to properly'
his forces in the South.
the difficult language
overcome Also indicative of the successof
v barrier. this is the numberof
operation
And finally, in an effort to decorations and honors bestowed J It"r.

: improve communications and foster upon the task force and "'.. U .

better understanding betweenthe their its sailors for individual acts '.M..' .--J:
South Vietnamese and
of heroism. To date, these HOLIDAYS Traditional free t.r. .
:
American allies, units are act- .
awards have Included three Silver holiday celebrations are held at .
ively engaged in Civic Action Stars, 55 Bronze Stars, 66 Navy all USO clubs to bring home a 1,..:J1: '
Programs, providing needed Commendation Medals and 85 little bit closer for the troops.
medical assistance and often AME2 C. J. NELSON receives the Good Conduct Medal from

Cdr. W. H. Saunders, VP 45 Commanding officer at a squadron -

awards ceremony, June 30.

At the deepest part of the
NARF PicnicTo ocean, the pressure is nearly
seven tons per square inch -
almost a thousand times the at
mospheric pressure on the sur-
Honor COA face.

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special on-base picnic'will :
be held on July 12 for all personnel : :

of the Naval Air Rework Irft'i.;::.: I
Facility and their families. I A S ,,::;:; ; ::: .

s The Saturday afternoon affair I ..-i\\\\\\\\,:;,:;;;:; ;;:;,,;;,,,' .
will be held in the Black Point
4 area, east of the Blue JacketsInn MOTORS :
south of Hangar 140.

The event is sponsored by all .
1I
of the employee organizations of P-L-E-N-T-Y 1I
i k the NARF and honors Capt. C.T. OF VWs 1I
< Faulders NARF commanding ReasonableSTATE I

officer. Capt. Faulders has beenNARF's INSPECTED .
skipper for the past two
years and Is leaving In Augustfor CARS
duty at the Naval Material I ______T__ 1
Command in Washington, D. C.
I $840I
65 VW Sedan. . '
The picnic has been planned so
that all I 62 VW Bus, . $490
rR personnel can get together 1
and give him a good sendoff.A I 62 PLYMOUTH. $390 1
I Sedan

picnic lunch will be served 62 PONTIAC.$590

from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., includ- I Hardtop Airconditioned 1
ing chicken, baked beans, salad, I
drinks and other tasty picnic 1 61 ANGLIA. . $390 1
As we join together to celebrate this Fourth 1 favorites. There is a chargeof 159 CHEVROLET. $270 1I

of July, let remember. that, above all, this is a': ., =.. $1 per ticket for the picnic. Impala, Hardtop -

day to show our gratitude to our forefathers for their Tickets may be purchased from .
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representatives of the sponsoring :
r great fortitude and vision in establishing this great .: : employee organizations.NARF tWe Buy-Sell-FiNanceI

nation upon the foundations of freedom, and their

steadfastness in upholding that freedom. get their members tickets early are and invitedto joinin ::6566 Normandy:

the fun.Mexico.
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I; .1 Marine News I Ii tX; g, NAVAL HOSPITAL.I-I Six Retire


., I At NARTUCeremony
Perfect Season In Sight tenders twice and are thereforetop
seeded in the tourney.
Coasting behind the pitching of Jack Freeman and Ron John- 1 4tf
Les Carroll the MAD softball son banged out two hits eachto
team grabbed' three wins last pace the Marines over third
week in NATTC Intramural ac- place ship's company 8-1, The Naval Air Reserve Training -
June 24. On June 25 Skip Buck- Unit at Jacksonville said
tion.Leaving the second and third halter banged out a pair to neatly goodbye to six of its key offi-
place teams spellbound the"Big pack away the second place BB cers in a traditional retirement
Reds" moved to within one gameof Stackers, 7-0. Carroll took ceremony here on June 24.
an undefeated regular season the win in both contests. Retiring after a combined total
slate. Thursday, Jodi Talley got the of 156 years Naval service were:
The three top teams opena nod on the mound, and followinga Cdr. George F. Harty, execu-
double elimination tourney shakey start and relief in the tive officer of NARTU, with 27
Tuesday to decide the league late innings beat the One Wires. years service;
champ. The Marines have pre- 13-6. LCdr. Millard E. Phillips,
viously clubbed both of the con- Devildogs One. Game Out .. training programs manager forNARTU's
END 66 The Naval Hospital here retired three of the Navy attack with
The Devildogs after a coupleof squadron
bad weeks in a row, continueto nurses. There during a Saturday morning ceremony, Capt.W. 24 years service;
SPACIOUS & PEACEFULMARSHALL trail in MAD's in the NATTC C. Turville, commanding officer of the hospital, reads LCdr. Ray W. Roberts, operations -
ACRES Bowling League. retirement letters to (I r) Cdr. Lenore Simon, LCdr. Betty officer, with 26 years
9.1 5 1} lO.Ird Street The MAA's lead the Devildogs Roberts and LCdr. Leona Jones. The three nurses have served ." service;
Jacksonville's newest & and AO # 1 by a game with onlya LCdr. Robert C. Ball, assistant -
most modern mobile home few weeks of bowling remaining a total of 66 years.Club personnel officer with 27
community is now open for John McCorkle still holds the years service;
your inspection. Large 44 x second high game for the Marines LCdr. Irvin C. Wilhelm, car-
75 lots. with a 251 handicap. eer management officer, with 27
ONLY $35 PER MO. years service.
Swimming\ pool, tennis court, Partridge Takes Seven Places SchedulesOfficer's LCdr. Raymond F.Hooper,automatic -
shuffleboard( court, \\l |IJ Q Robert Partridge spend a re data processing officer,
pit, picnic built for your en warding two days in Miami last with 25 years service.
joyment. Act Today I call: week capturing seven places in The retiring officers were honored -
EL VfKANO MOTor COURT the Miami Pistol Match. Club in a full dress ceremonyby
Mr. F. S. Martin Manager Partridge took three first and luau menu and Hula contest. NARTU's 350 active duty
359 2924For four thirds in the expert class, July 4th activities are big at Make reservations early for the officers and enlisted men.
the O'Club with Johnnie Pine best tables.
while his MAD teammate Cliff
Capt. Berton R. Otto, com -
Full Details Knutson took a second place in apple featuring the Aloha Sweet- CPO Club manding officer bid the officersan
heats, a South Pacific Revue, a
the class.
sharpshooter the
official farewell as rest
C.for
July 4th features Tommy
of NARTU's personnel, deckedout
the holiday. in dress white uniforms, observed -
Saturday the Clubs are the en-
the proceedings from
tertainment.
their in the military
f7 positions
Every Wednesday there is a
formation.The .
Patio Dance by the pool,this week
half hour cli -
featuring the Three Sounds.BlueJacket's program
WE FINISHNAVY maxed as each retiring offi-
Inn cer gave his remarks and marched -
red betweentwo
over a carpet
Tonight, Messenger of the
of officers, to
Masses will be the sound at the rows saluting
his car and chauffer waiting out--
club.Camelots A formal the
side 'reception at
are the entertainment -
officers club followed the cere -
WHITES on Friday.
; Saturday and Sunday The Blue
3 will be featured at the club. mony.WET GO 1tCftTtfEi.) .
Monday night look for Evelyn
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Sweethearts with a Luau are the

special on Tuesday.
Messenger of the Masses is
WE DO !EXPERT:: SHIRT FINISHING again the sound on Wednesdaynight.
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Movie HOSPITAL: "A FLEA''IN HER

EAR"SATURDAY
July 5 .

ScheduleMovies NAS: "BEFORE WINTER WANT AD SECTIONAds

COMES" starring David Niven
will be shown nightlyat Topol and Anna Karina. Color
the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. Drama. A & MY/VG ((102 mins.) should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville
There will also be a kiddie mat- HOSPITAL: "THROUGHLY Florida 32210 to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the 'following Thursday.
inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a MODERN MILLIE" Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
regular feature at 2 Sun NAS MATINEE: "CMON publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
p.m. be received WITH,the for the ad.Do '
day and holidays.The LET'S LIVE A LITTLE"star- copy.
ring Bobby Vee and Jackie De
Hospital Theater will have
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Sannon. ((85 mins.) Not seed Casa

Cecil Field will have two nightly SUNDAY July 6
shows during the week at 5:30 NAS Rate: Mininun thor e ((3 hiss).$2.00
"WHAT'S NEW
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be :
shown on weekends at 2 and 5 PUSSYCAT?" starring Peter
Sellers and Peter O'Toole.Color Per Uitioitl line ((4 words per lips). 0.50

p.m.Ratings: A Adults GGen- Comedy. A/VG ((108 mins.)
eral Audience; M Matured HOSPITAL: "BEFORE WIN-
Youths; S Superior; E Excellent TER COMES"
GEORGE'S KENNELS IN CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
; VG Vry Good; G MONDAY July 7
Good; F Fair CNA Class Dogs and Cats boarded. Free Area. 5 acres 10 acres & 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean

Not Available. NAS GUNS OF pickup and delivery Est. 1925, larger tracts. Terms2825272or modern trailers & Apts., 389 -
FICIENT MAGNI- 5085 Edgewood Ct. (Near Cas- 282 5224.B 3007.
THURSDAY July 3 and J. Whitman 7.; starring G. Kennedy sat and Edgewood) 389 0064..
((106 min.)
& B KENNELS WELDING!
NAS: "A FLEA HER EAR"
starring Rex Harrison and Rose- HOSPITAL: "WHAT'S NEW REPOSSESSED KIRBY VACUUMW Boarding for dogs cats and No job too large or small.Trailers -
mary Harris. Color Comedy.A PUSSYCAT?" / attachments. For informationcall horses. 5214 Collins Road., ornamental Iron work fuel
& MY/VG ((94 mins.) TUESDAY JulyS 724 5398. Near Orange Park 264-9602. oil stands. Westside Custom
& Lenox.
Welding Corner Lane
HOSPITAL: "THE FIRST
TIME" starring Jacqueline Bis- NAS: "THE ODD COUPLE" NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS 781 9482.
sett and Wes Stern. Color starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Consoles some with AM/FM WI APARTMENTS

Comedy. A & MY/G ((90 mins.) Matthau. Color Comedy tape players. At dealers cost 6 Duplex near Jax & Cecil. AUTO AIR CoNDITIONINGWindow
Drama. A & MY/E ((105 mins.) to liquidate stock. Full warranty! Furnished, $105., unfurnished units & central units
FRIDAY July 4 HOSPITAL: IMPASSE" Phone 7710409. $85 plus St. Tax Newly painted serviced & repaired. Tylers

NAS: "THROUGHLY MODERN WEDNESDAY July 9 2 Br., Lg. Kit., Breakfast Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711
MILLIE" starring Julie Andrews FOR RENT OR FOR SALE nook 2 car parking space water Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388 -
Carol Charming and Mary NAS: "ROSEMARY'S BABY"starring Houses & Apts., Equity VA & sewage garbage lawn service 5161.
Tyler Moore.Color Musical.G/E Mia Farrow John Cas- FHA resales. $100 down. Call included., 1 block West of the .
savetes and Ruth Gordon. Color Powell or Mills USN Ret. 264- 5900 Blk. of Jammes Rd., 1/2
((130 mins.) 3 BR, 2 B, CENT. HEAT & AIR
Drama. A/F to E ((136 mins.) 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili- mile South of 103rd St. Call 387-
4 1/20/0/ Loan Cedar Hills area
tary Free Notary.AUTOMOBILES 2541, nites or weekends call 389-
0744. fenced yd. Patio W/ Fireplace -
Many trees. Call 771 -
FURNISHEDEast 2494.
IN CLAY COUNTY
OPEN SUNDAY & West Coast. 353 3691.
2 & 3 acre Ranchettes paved
Electrolux Vac. $15
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and graded road frontage $1450.
NAVY WIVESAn ALL BRANDS HOSE $6.50
per lot & terms. Off. Ph.
Excellent opportunity to make up 6110 103rd St.,Ph.771-5028
282
5272 Home 282 5224.
some extra spending money.
Work 4, 6, or 8 hrs per day. BRAND NEW
All Day employment between '69 UNCLAIMED ZIG ZAG SEW- 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma -

100% GUARANTEEWe 9 a.m. & 5 p.m. Apply at Mc- ING MACHINE Never used. chine, Left In Layaway Balance
Donald Drive In 6546 Nor- Sews on buttons Makes buttonholes $34.50 Cash or 6 pymts $6 mo.,

gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In mandy Blvd. Employment appli- Blind Hems Stitches Monogram 6110 103rd St., Ph. 771 5028
pertlon. Then we tuned up tightened and replaced everything cations will be for both the Nor- Overcasts,No attachment Delivery with no.obligation.ZIG .
that needed It. And guaranteed them l6fl% for the repair or mandy and the new Blanding necessary. Orig. Guarantee
replacement: all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 Store. BALANCE ONLY$29.17 or terms: ZAG FOR $32
miles Come on in and double check.
available. Call Capitol Sewing SEWING MACHINE Original
ENGINE ,TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE RETIRED NAVY PERSONNEL Credit Mgr. 9 9 388-0786. Guarantee scratched In ship-

ASSEMBLIES ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Full time managers needed both ment. Zig Zags makes buttonholes ,
69 VW Fastback day and night. Apply at Mc- 1969 SINGER ZIG ZAG SEWING sews on buttons decora-
$2395 Donald's Drive In 6546 Nor- Machine Cabinet model. Monograms tive designs monograms etc.
Radio, heater, automatic transmission. mandy Blvd. Employment appli- Blind Hems Makes But- Just pay balance $32 or $8 per
68 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $2495 cations will be for both the Nor- tonholes. No attachments needed month, 4 mons., Phone 3531946
Radio & Heater mandy and the new Blanding Store 5 Yr. Parts and Service Unpaid nite or day. Ask for Credit Man

68 VW Karmann Ghia Cpe $2395 Balance $62.40 or terms avail- ager. Will deliver no obligation
able. Call Capitol Sewing Ma 1606 Main St.STEREO .
Kadlo & Heater. Air Cond. '59 ALPHA ROMEO SPYDER ching Credit Mgr. til 9 p.m.

67 VW Dlx. Sta. Wage $1895 5 Spd.Trans.,Weber Carb.,Mar- 388 0786. CONSOLE COMBO
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Radio heater Green iii White. schal Lights New Paint Top Take up payments on 2 month old
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66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1695 Upholstery and Carpets. Heavy VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS beautiful walnut stereo console
duty adjustable shocks-Restora- 3 Br., 1, 1 1/2 & 2 baths $100 like new. 4 speed record
67 MERCURY Caliente $1795 tion 95/o Complete Need minor down as low as $65 month. Callus changer combination radio.Ba-
4-Dr., V-8, A.T., PS. Green chrome work and tender love and for up to date lists that will lance due $64 or $8 per month,
68 VW Sedan $1795Radio care 744 3774. be mailed without obligation. 8 mons. Phone 353 1946 nightor
VANSANDT REALTY 3871213 day. Ask for Credit Man-
& Heater
FOR SALE 3 BR, 2 B, BRICk ager. Will deliver no obligation.
68 OPEL KADET $1595 Built In Range and Oven Cent. FOR SALE 467 YAMAHA 250cc 1606 Main Street /
>Dr., Radio & Heater Heat & Air Den Garage Assume 325 Good Cond. Call Ex. 8155

67 VW Sedan $1495 6 7o/ VA Orange Park 264 Cecil. FOR SUMMER FUN THE
Stereo New Paint. 2528. WENDY WAY Enroll JULY 12
1962 CHRYSLER NEWPORT In the Wendy Ward Charm School
66 VW Sedan $1295 HT, PB, PS, Auto/Trans., Good Pre Teens & Teens Contactthe
Radio heater, Train to become a Cond. 771 3104 $375 or best "Wendy" nearest you In

66 SIMCA $895 DISC JOCKEY offer. either Montgomery Ward Store.
4-Dr. Under the. GI Bill! PHILIPS HWY. 359 2711
DIN. TABLE 6 CHAIRS $25
For information dial NORMANDY 781 2270
65 VW Karmann Ghla ,$1295COupe 356 83511kMIE Young men cloth.. Odds and ends GATEWAY 764 2561
For sale 771 3062.
Hugger Orange

65 CHEV. % Ton Pickup $1195 FOR SALE TRAILER ASSUME GI OAN 3 BR ,
Tandem Wheels Solid Axels 1 1/2 Bath Kit. Equip., Oak
64 VW Squareback $1195 Extra Heavy Frame Was used Hill district $275 Dwn., $78.
1 for horse trailer $80.LG Mexi- mo. By Owner 5813 Ridgeway

64 VW Sedan $1095 can show saddle $50. Refri- Rd. E 771 7504.

gerator, 13 cu. ft. Magnetic
Radio & Heater '
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Door Seal $35. 264 6884 55 T BIRD STICK
63 VW Sedan $995 :80)( UCES $1600. Lt. Cox Cecil
SWIMMING LESSONS
Ext. 252 or Home 264 6868.
Radio & HeaterW'ywmfWKf 0? gM Can you and your child swim?
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50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM Champion 7.35 14 Tubeless
67 MG SEDAN. EXCELLENT White Wall 389 8719.
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INC. 85 x 130 near school, $30

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Field have been heard to say that Waster Plumber Goes Down
CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUP they hope the 'in men' have hit-
ting as good as their bragging.The I
SMC George Blackburn Chiefs are planning a raf- The Drain Here's WhyDear
fle in which two cash awards will ;
I be given away around p.m. the
VA-82 Loses FirstAmerican day of the game. The funds are to
be donated to the Jacksonville Chief Blackburn: viling umpires In your biased
Little League Anyone interestedin While sitting on a stool at my 'column' I will expect a
League action last In the National League VA-44, participating in this worthy favorite soda fountain and sip- validated affidavit where in you
week saw VA 82's bid for an who nearly lost their hopes for a cause should contact Chief. ping my USUAL Shirley Temple swear (attest, if you are sotheo-
undefeated season shattered when shot at first place in their match Gaskill at Ext. 8455, Chief I had a most unusual, profound logically inclined) that you will
they lost to VA 64 7 to 6. with VA 174, finally managedto Brewster at Ext. 260, or Chief thought. What tangible actionscan not publically comment on my
In the nice cap, VA 82, determined put them down 2 to 1. Doug Blackburn at Ext. 206 (if he did- I take in reciprocation for magnificant exploits as a dia-
not to be down for long Shepard's home run was the decisive n't leave the phone off the hook) the derogatory barbs being toss- mond arbiter. When placing me
/ came back strong'and put VA -64 play of the game. Golf Briefs ed my wav by Snoopy 'the ori- along side the other MonstersIn
down 13 to 3. AMD's Red Caps continued ginal poison pen? The solutions Blue, you do me a grave injustice -
In other action, VA 86 and their winning ways with a 10 to The Fleet Air JacksonvilleArea to the Snoopy problem most even guilt by association
VA 36 split a double head 3 win over Weapons which broughtto Golf Tournament is being readily thought of had to be cast is palling. Did you know that they
er VA 86 won the first E to an abrupt halt the 'aire- shaped up presently and will asidee. g. homicide is punish- beat my Plumbers 19 to 1 the
7 and lost the second 14 to 3. dale grunt' march toward the be one of the major golf mat- able be either death or long Incarceration other day? As long as we are on
VA 86 also swamped VC 4 sinners circle. ches of the year. All personnel besides, it is not yet the subject of CPO ballgames, I
later in the week. VA-82 Other contests saw VA 44 en active duty within the Jack- open season on alleged journalists would like to register an official
downed VC 4 11 to 1 and down Operations 3 to nothing, sonville complex are eligible.Tis ; a suit brought into court protest. The other day the refreshments -
squeaked by VA 36 4 to 1. Ina AMD knock VA 174 7 to 5, is' the forerunner to deter- charging defamation of char- failed to arrive until
rather rare occurance, thoughno and In what will have to be mine COMFAIRJAX represen acter is out because the Con the game was well under way.
one is sure who was afraid of called Pucket's 'gem'of the year, tatives In the Sixth Naval Dis stitution provides Freedom of the As part of my fee for officiating
whom, VA 15 and VC 4 both Dental ended the season with a trict "Open" and "Senior" Divisions Press, no matter how unilateralit your games, I can reasonably expect -
failed to show for their sche- 19 to 1 lost to VA 45. Us- and CINCLANTFLT "Op- might be in it's context, besides an ample supply of refresh-
duled game on Thursday.The ually, player coach Tom Puck- en" Division tournaments. The you just might be ableto ments ......
standings in the Ameri ett fills In the right field position, tournament director is Bill Stott, prove your allegations; trans- ((4)) Should you continue In the
can League are follows: but on this particular night, the Cecil Field's Golf Pro and all fer to Outer Mongolia Is imprac- same manner as your presently
VA-82 13-1 coach took his stand on the questions about the tourney ticable because they don't have a conduct yourself in regards to my
VA 36 15-4 mound.throwing (since to say he should be directed to him at Cecil billet in your rating . athletes, beadyisedthat you shall
VA 64 11-5 was pitching would be somethingless Ext. 245. (hereby resolve) . have the unique distinction of
VA-86 9-5 that what was really going on) Last week was the 17th Cecil ((1)) Henceforth, I shall re becoming the very first personin
VA '- 6 7-10 This week's play will wrap up Field Tournament was held with Train from entering teams in intramural history to achieve the eligibility -
VA 15 3-15 the National League's action,and the following results. In the competition, Withoutthe of wearing a silver star
VC-4 2-17 VA 44 has Its sights on the Championship division was Jer- local cast of Laugh In, in lieu of having been twice awarded -
trophy at the moment. The stand- ry Foley, first, with a 72 69 much of your grist for future the notorious Dental De-
ings are as follows: for 141, Elston Mitchell with articles of 'humourous" con- partment Finger of Fate Trophy.
AMD 18-1 72 71 for 142, and Lee Edwards tent will be irretrievably lost. /s/Thomas J. Puckett,
GIANT SWAP MEET VA-44 16-3 with a 71 74 for 145. From now on, all rib splitting Ex Mentor,
VA 174 13-7 Foley is from Cecil Field attached antics recorded for posterity will Puckett's Pathetic Plumbers
JAX LARGEST VA 45 7-12 to VA 62. Mitchell is have to evolve around CharleyJim
FLEA Weapons 7-13 from NTC Orlando and Ed ( Lee) Brown and his redoubtable -
MARKET Operations 7-13 wards is from Deerwood. Snoopy. The possibilities Retort Courteous
All Spaces Under Shelter Dental 7-13 Winners of the flights were thus provided by the anticsof
20th and Edgewood Dick Pickens with 155 (for the this Bopsy Twin Duo will pro- The above letter from a sore
Oldmen DJs To Meet
first flight) second flightw as vide all readers with a perpe- loser, is evidence that he could
Every Sat. 9 am 6:00: The Chief's softball team will won by Meredith Henry with an tual chuckle, and you with ample not stand up under stress and
pm host the WPDQ -'in. men' next 80 72 for 172, third flight grist for continuing your interesting duress as a "big league" mana-
Sun. 9 am 6:00: pm Friday, July 11 at 7 p.m. on 'B' by Pete Henderlite with 162, articles. / / ger. It is published in order to
PHONE Circle North. The boastful 'D. fourth flight by Gene Schelisierwith ((2)) Although I harbor a cer- give equal time and copy spaceto
768-7058 or 768-4793 J. 's' have already predicted defeat 166, fifth flight by Hoagy tain amount of animosity toward competent (?) parties with opposing -
354-9119 for the youthful Chief's team. Carmichael with 175. the ancient cub reporter, viewpoints.In .
However, the old men of Cecil (and not exactly without cause) spite of the colorful letter,
I .' 1 I found I could not quite bring my- Coach Puckett, you still rank a-
Rod and Gun self to deprive the CPO softball mong the top.on my list for Coachof
team of their favotire umpire.As the Year.
NAS Cecil The Rod and you know, I think all CPOs /s/Snoopy
,:. Gun Club will meet next Tues- are fine, upstanding people (this Note
'. ': .I day instead of this evening. statement made under duress -- The continuation of the AMD vs
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that you are constantly reI -
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By Bud GoodeA fj '

rat-a-tat-tat sound of gunfire hits the ears when near Chi-
cago's Wrigley Field these days. No, it's not another St. Valentine'sDay
massacre, but the big guns of the Chicago Cubs. And the
Durocher Gang is just as deadly at knocking over opposition. r
After 50 games in the current season the Cubs are getting on F.
base at a .338 clip to lead the National League Eastern Division. ; t
Cincinnati, chasing Atlanta and Dodgers, leads in the West witha
fantastic .341 On Base Average percentage.On .
Base Average, defined as the percentage of batters who reach
first base on a hit, base-on-balls, or hit-by-pitch statistic. is more ::":' ;'.;l,''w important in winning games than is the team's power or slugging ,
percentage.To .
measure teams' On Base Average through games of last A USEFUL GIFT. "Tex" beams appreciatively at one of the gifts he received from little
week, Computer Corner poured the clubs' hits, walks, hitbypitchand leaguers.
at bat statistics into our Univac electronic sports analyzer.
Here's the results:

AMERICAN LEAGUE SpecialDay Little LeagueBooster
EAST ON BASE WEST ON BASEAVERAGE
AVERAGE % %

BOSTON .346 MINNESOTA .335 Tex Makes the little league while working NOL, said, "Tex is a tremen-
BALTIMORE .345 SEATTLE .331 with the Boy Scouts troupto which' dous guy. The kids love him .
WASHINGTON .329 OAKLAND .320 Last Call"To his son belonged. Through the and the thousands ot boys he has -
DETROIT .320 CHICAGO .315 years he continued to serve even worked with look up to him. He
NEW YORK .304 KANSAS CITY .301 after his retirement from the has probably taught them more
CLEVELANDLeague .302 OALIFORNIA .297 Tex Goodson A from behind the
: giant Navy 10 years ago. plate as an un->
Average .321 League "
Average .321 among boys and a man among pire than any manager.
NATIONAL LEAGUE men.ItWith The oxygen mechanic from
tears in his eyes, Tex NARF became chief umpire of the In addition to'his duties as
CHICAGOPITTSBURGH .338 CINCINNATI .341 Goodson accepted this tribute Navy Ortega Lake Shore chief umpire of NOL, Goodsonhas
.332 SAN FRANCISCO .335 from just a few of the thousandsof Little League (NOL) five years served on the league's boardof
NEW YORKPHILADELPHIA .313 HOUSTON .330 for and three directors has been in full
boys he has worked with ago years ago was appointed ,
.311 ATLANTA .329 16 years in little league baseball. District 11 Umpire. charge of the senior league and
ST. LOUIS .310 LOS ANGELES
MONTREAL .310 SAN DIEGO .295.313 The former Navy chief,retired Tom Sheridan, president of was vice-president oftheleague.AftDftEY't .
.321 from local little league ball in
League Average League Average .321
Saturday ceremonies which saw
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Has the lowered( pitching mound helped the batters get on base? the little league champs for this
Indeed it has. Last year the National and American League average year crowned and the All-Star I
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!" Vappers StingM ARID Softball
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; By JOSN Brent KallestadIt I MedicalBeginsMove/ StandingsAMERICAN

undoubtedly seems surprising see how Staubach fares. Former
but professional footballersare Middie great Joe Bellino left the
beginning to stroll into their fleet after his stint with the USN. Jax--The red-hot Vappers of amount of pride Medical and Won Lost
summer camps; i. e. rookies, Bellino attempted to make it with VAP-62 continue to dominate all A/C Maintenance dueled to see VAP-62 14 1
of their American who would the American Admin 13 2
some hopeful quarterbacks, etc. Boston's Patriots as a running pursuers occupy
I Among the early group reporting back, but failed. Staubach stayed League lead as they turned it League cellar. Medical's League VP-16 11 4
1 is former Navy Lieutenant sharp In the Navy---we'll see.. on again Monday night by clobber pitcher Jim Butcher got himself VP-5 10 6
Roger Staubach. The holder of While we're on the subject of ing MARTD 15 to 2 In intramural into a jam in the third with MARTD 7 8
the Heisman Award In 1964 as football it was also interestingto Softball action. bases loaded and no outs when FAETU 5 11
: a junior is now 27, but the Dallas note that Navy's brand new Led by the four hit pitchingof ace reliever Art Guntner got ComFairJax 4 12
Cowboys must feel he still has his mentor, Rick Forzano, has Don Colvin and the home run the nod and came on to subdue A/C Maint. <, 3 12
I "stuff"--after all theydid peddle labeled his '69 grid version as of Bob Blauvelt the Vappers hadit a potential big rally by the A/C Medical .' 2 13
I their third signal-caller, Jerry a group that "Loves to hit" easy, coasting to their 15th sluggers. Only one run crossed
Rhome to Cleveland. should be a very prophetic state- win of the season. "Rip" Free- home plate and that sparked the NATIONAL .
Staifcach spent four years with ment following a 2-8 season plusa man was a man in motion all medics to a 12 to 10 victory. Won J
the Navy following his graduationfrom "stinky"finale against the West night as he buzzed around the The maintenance men hung In Lost
the Academy in June 1965. Pointers. bases with six thefts for the seven there all the'way and it took two FlCEUR .r",12. 1
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He was a supply officer who spenta And oh yes--remember to look innings. Bob Cochran and Bill runs in the final inning to winit VP-45 NARTU I 11 10 3 1

year in Vietnam, and a couple for Jax Air News' "YOU PICK Aaron swung the big timber for Medical. VP-7 6 7
football seasons at Pensacola. 'UM" Contest which will begin cracking out three hits apiece. VW-4 6 8
the the Goshawks Admin stayed hot on the heelsof .
He to
guided the third or fourth Thursday in
5 8
a spectacular mark last fall.It September.See the Vappers as they, notched Hank Sorensen, switch hittingfor Hospital
should prove interesting to 'ya' next monthI.inksfers -- another win behind the arm of the first time in his illustrious Air Ops. 1 11
Glen McClintock. Dave Tuscan career, banged out a long home Qmmun. 1 13
ignited the charge by blasting a from the south side of the plate to BUY U. S.
Top Swing 265-foot homer over the center support Guntner's pitching effort.
I field fence to help carry Adminto The joyous Medical team hit the SAVINGS BONDS
a 16 to 7 trouncing of VP-16. showers with the satisfaction of ,
For Intramural Title George Parker hammered outa avoiding the bottom of the league NEW FREEDOM
triple in support of Don Ste and evenglng an earlier season
wart's three hit pitching as the loss to A/C Maintenance. SHARES
intramural 500
golf
Jax--The place winner will receive
Red Darters of VP-45 remainin
championship will be decided by points with 450 awarded to the
contention for National League
the top two teams from both fourth place team.
leagues as they meet in 36 holes The big hitters going after the title honors with an 11 to 0
of competition on the Jax links. scratch title will be the Caduceus shutout over VP7.In Why Do You See
: VP-7 and A/C Maintenance #2 and VP-7 teams. Jim Kinder a battle to retain a certain
lead the American League against and Walt Brittle lead an over-
Caduceus and FAETU of the Nat- whelming favorite Caduceus team Memphis SetA
ional League. The opening round but Woody Huff and Jerry Hemen- So Of TheseIn
was held yesterday as VP-7 tang- way of VP-7 have hopes of pull- Host For Many
; led with a sharp Caduceusteam ing off the big upset. Final results s
; scores were not availableas will be published next week.
the Air News went to press. 1969 Tourney _
FAETU met runnerupof
the American League A/C [J
Jax--NAS Memphis is pre-
Maint. #2. The two winning I paring for the Sixth Naval Dis- 8
teams will meet this Monday for I '-0""" trict Golf Championship to be
the championship and the two
held on their course July 28
losers will meet to decide third /J\ to Aug. 1.Qualification.
and fourth place in the awardingof dates for positions -
Ironman Trophy points. on the Jax Navy golf
First place is worth 1,000 i team are set for July 13 and July
points in Ironman competition 20 at the NAS Jax,course. Jacksonville?
and second place 750. The third The top four golfers after the

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