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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Naval District Band VisitJax +rw



Jax -- Did you ever see a to 10 p.m. watdi a group of natives pound at l
group of Pied Pipers,allt>catl The band will end its visit at away with hammers on some old >
on an oil drum? the NAS Jax 'Officers' Club July .,oil drums.
> ; Most: likely not. But the 18.. Showtime has been set for Laying aside their tools for
::- Tenth Naval District's popular 8:30 p.m.Capable. .the inquisitive admiral, the natives -
> (: steel band, famous for attracting .of playing music from produced wild music from
Q:-: ? crowds like the Pied Piper on the twist to Tchaikovsky,the bandis the rusty drums. Admiral Dan
cz:: : fCO his famous visit to llamelin, will more famous Jor its twitching, was hooked.
Ctr: be in Jacksonville July 15-18. feet tapping, finger drumming Back at headquarters. in San
CO And if you have a chance to music from Trinidad. ; the homeof Juan he explained his wild ideato

::;j cr hear the band and have any Carib. Calypso. a reluctant Navy chief
bean Island. rhythm in your soul, Formed in 'San Juan, Puerto musician. Before the chief could
>.u. Li you too will come to feel the Rico In 1957, the band has since say "But Admiral he was on n.
::.:: band has the same crowd attracting skyrocketed to world popularity his way to Trinidad to get some
a.. 'E' magic of the legendary piper. following appearances in the drums for the U. S. Navy Band
The steel band arrives with its United States Europe and South Unit in San Juan.It .
drums and will America. Its been highlightedat
Tuesday play wasn't long before the band F.
before its first local audience two world's fairs and on Na -
members their old "axes"in
put
that evening at the Blue Jackets tlonal television.
cold storage and went native
Inn aboard station. That performance Since its formation, the band
--switching from boogie to a
is scheduled from 7 p.m. has flown more than 500,000
blood-charging calypso beat. The
miles and has made than
to midnight. more
band became known as "Admiral
July 16 the band is scheduledfor 4,500 performances around the Dan's Pandemoniaces"during its
two shows at nearby NAS world. And all because one first year. % 'T:
Cecil Field, from 8 to 10 p.m.at admiral cruising through a' 'village -
the enlisted men's club and in Trinadad thought the Navy Its name was later changedbut ,
from 10:30 p.m. to midnight at could put a few empty oil drums its sound remains the same. jn yTf w
Cecil Field's CPO Club. into good use. And to the thousands of people
The following evening, July As Commander Caribbean Sea throughout the world who have
17, the band will travel to Jack- Frontier on his first trip to heard the sounds of the drums
sonville's Friendship Fountainfor Trinidad RAdm. Dan Gallery, the band still holds the magical
an open air concert from 8 now retired, stopped his car to attraction of the Pied Piper.PuliliHhcd .

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VilllUrj\ dmiftamt.Th.nomnnc*of.idnrUimrnU.ttiU publication doc corwtltuU,u rndnrmwenl of ay.dllt.ry itopwtmonl of the product or Korrico tdverUwd.VOL. .
77 NO. 16 a. S. NAVAL UK STATION MOcsoMVH.ig.' FLORIDA '. JULY 10, 1969
Steel Band Attracts Throng At Recent Performance


Marine Strgtcmt NamtdSfrvictMM k r ,y ; V aPrx Old Smict NIRhrs.Nsrsr .
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.! tht, Month Dlt; Thy


>' Jiff Phis Awty
Jax -- A20 year old Ma- the monthly title, Maj. B. A

rine sergeant from Jacksonville 'Greene, commanding officer of As of July '1 the Navy com .. .
has been named as Servicemanof the Marine, Barracks wrote menced conversion to the use
the Month for June here. '"Sgt. Lennox's outstanding Initiative of the' Social Security Account

1 lie is Sgt. Stephen C. Lennox, attention to duty and versatility ,Number (SSAN) as the military -
in mastering all duties identifier' for all
a Vietnam'veter n who has been personnel
have earned the of his
respect naval .
personnel.This
stationed here for the past 15
months. During this period he senior officer and staff non move marked the eventual

has stood guard duty at various commissioned officers, while at K 4 YCv discontinuance of officer file and
locations throughout the station the same time, maintaining the enlisted service numbers.
and has been assigned supervisory highest degree of respect and" The Secretary of Defense dir-
duties as corporal of the loyalty from his subordinates. ected on January 30, 1967 that
guard, sergeant of the guard, pla- Since first enlisting in the are u a' ,d the SSAN be substituted for the
toon sergeant and assistant training Corps In 1965 Lennox has military service number (MSN)
i NCO. served camp LeJeune N. C. in data systems throughout the
and Vietnam.At Department of Defense wherea
The son of Mrs. Lida M. len- a ceremony in the commanding unique Identification of In -
nox of Jacksonville was also officer's office Monday,Capt. 55 divlduals is required.
credited with having_ the ability II. O. Cutler presented the young Neptune, Orion-Nose to NoseVP45
to foresee problems and Initiat- Marine with a certificate naming Changes Forms
ing action to prevent their occu- I him June's Serviceman. lie Gets First NeptunesThe
rence. also received. a certificate from The Services were requestedto
the Navy Exchange loran even- develop all inclusive plans
In a letter nominating him for Ing at the Candlelight Restaurant famous Red Dart Insignia and men however, were retainedto for conversion of MSN to SSANto
J lie will also receive free of Patrol Squadron 45 form the "VP-45 Unitas X include conversion automated -
INSIDE trip to St. Augustine from the now adorns the nose of a SP- Air Detachment" which is systems interfacing data systems -
2H Neptune for the first time In scheduled to depart this month and procedures necessaryto
Marine News. Page 6 USO.Others nominated for the the annals of naval aviation even for an extended tour of operationaland process such records.

Civilian News. Page 8 monthly honor were ADJ1 GaryL. though both the squadron and the goodwill visits to countriesin the revision of forms, identi-

Want Ads . Page 9 Cox,,GMT1 Frances E. Becker aircraft were born during World South and Central America. fication badges and tags, filing
3M2 James C. Holley SD2 War II and both are involvedIn The detachment led by LCdr.E. for personnel and other
systems :
Sports. .Pages I II I & 12 Moten BeUford, CN Craig D. Sei- the same business -- anti- H. Gushing exists as a sep- records, historical records, and
del and SN Danny P. Uod e. submarine warfare. atate Intlty but is assigned to administrative publications and
The long-awaited union was VP-45 for administrative pur- procedures are being accomplished
effected June 23 and consum- poses. Upon completion of the
on a service by ser-
mated on July 1 when Cdr C. Unitas X deployment, the VP- vice basis. Each branch of the
I. Stratmann,commanding officerof 45 detachment personnel will Armed Forces has made Individual -
VP-7, presented the official attend schools In preparationfor plans and established its
records of his three remaining the transition of VH-7. dates for completingthe
neptunes to Cdr. W. 11. Saunders VP-7 had flown many ASW aircraft own substitution.target

VP-45 skipper. Capt. D. In its 27 year history but
W. Herlong, commander Fleet has never encountered the valiant '72 Target Date
Air Wing 11, witnessed the cere- Neptune until now. While( VP-7
1N mony. and other VP squadrons In the The Chief of Naval Personnelhas
The transfer was one step in Navy flew the Neptune, VP-45 been designated coordinatorfor
a series of events that began with and some sister squadrons oper- the Navy for conversion to
the recent temporary stand-down ated several different planes Including use of SSAN as the military personnel -
of VP-7 and will conclude with the PHM "Mariner" and identifier. The change will

transition of the Black Falconsto P-5 Marlin (both seaplanes) apply to all Regular and Reserve
s w rl "!. r yt, the P-3 Orion aircraft next and most recently the Orion. (active and inactive ) per-
year. VP-45 has flown the Orion, With the advent of the long- sonnel, as well as to all Midshipmen -

the latest advancement InASWa- range, high-performance Orion, other students and retired
vlatlon, since 1062. however the fleet begins a tran- personnel.
? With the stand-down of VP-7 sition toa single-aircraft alr-
nine of the squadron's aircraft transitions to the Orion next year. The Navy plan is to continue
'Yk wfk were assigned; to other units and Only a handful of VP squadronsnot the use of the military service
m many personnel were ordered to flying the P-2 will remain, number until January 1, 1972
schools in preparation for the and they are scheduled to tran- at which time the SSAN will
transition to the P-3. Three become the military personnel
Capt. Cutler Presents Certificate to Sgt. Lennox planes and a nucleus of officers (Continued on Page 2)) Identifier.IslandCalypso .


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ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

Watch That ContractAre Edwards Chapel

SUNDAY MAS9 &.11 a.m.'
IIF P DAILY MASS11:30 a.m. -<
Confessions; will be held on 2T
you feeling the squeeze of easy credit? If you are, take 1 1e q Sunday at 8:30 .& 10::30 a.m. C
note. If not, keep this in mind. instead of Saturday. -. ..,'

The nub of the problem is with the buyer who purchases a CvU. ,r
product and enters into a commercial contract for a small down S. NAVAL HOSPITAL TA" ..'

payment with the balance of the debt payable "on time." In many St. Luke's Chapel .n. .
cases the buyer does not read the fine print of the contract or the ''

terms are fraudulently misrepresented. After he signs the con SUNDAY PROTESTANT MASS8:00 WORSHIP a.m..' I M .t,
tract he finds that he is unable to protect himself and is left hold SERVICES10:00 a.m. ;

ing the bag with payments he can't afford. -ii <':,) ..
Simply stated, he gets in over his head. But Why? We believe S N PROTESTANTAll

what we want to believe; we see things that aren't there. Sales. Saints' Chapel!
men are trained to play on our emotions, and gullibility. Theyuse Lt. HarrisGraduation

every trick in the book. Most times, they are not concerned
about the individual's ability to pay for the goods. They use all HighlightsEnd SUNDAY
Church School -9:00
types of gimmicks and pressure tactics to lure the buyer to signon Bldg. 722 a.m.

the dotted line. Junior Church10:00 a.m. .
We may find ourselves in a bind later on and think we can-modify Of Year's Training BldR. 722
or nullify the contract. But it never happens. It's too late. Divine Worship Service 10
Immediately after you sign the contract, the company concernedusually a.m. Bldg. <4* 750
Graduation certificates were Seager and C. W. Spenler. Episcopal Communion 8:30
presented to eight medical interns RAdm. Joseph L. Yon commanding a.m.
\ June 30 in an outdoor officer of the Ports Small Chapel BldI/ 750
ceremony at the Naval Hospital mouth, Va., Naval Hospital, addressed Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m.
here. the graduating interns Bldg. $ 722
Capt. W. C. Turvllle,Hospital and their guests.Lt. TUESDAY

; commanding officer, made the Harris, named honor intern Senior choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.
1'it! presentations.The by the hospital's medical staff, Bldg. 750
-
marked the end
ceremony presented LCdr. S. Eytel witha WEDNESDAYNavigator's j
'-, of a year's professional trainingfor plaque designating him Bible Class 7
the eight men various areas "Teacher of the Year" The Selection p.m. Bldg. Ii 722
of medicine and surgery.
of Dr. Eytel was deter- THURSDAY
Graduating members of the mined by a vote of the class.A Christian Science Service -
,class were: Lts. H. T. Beatty, 8 p.m.131dg: V 1750
M. J. Gregson, C. M. Harris, reception was held immed- SINDAYEening
M. W. Kistler, J. O. Lennington iately after the ceremony in the Worship 6 p.m.
.,-e- .....T.- H. W. Schefsky, O. A. hospital dining room. Bldg. # 750 .

sells the contract or "promissory note" to a financial institution TUESDAY
Pentecostal Fellowship.m.
which becomes a "holder in due course." The process is Bldg. 722 .,
called "discounting." When there is a holder in due course involved,

no defense can be raised against the latter' action to collect the
{
balance of the debt. The only remedy is to pay off the note and

file suit against the original company. This involves time,' expensivecourt ,.i>;", TrafficViolations
costs, ',headaches ,and heartaches.But :

',i .not.all is lost. There are measures you can take to protect ""-, : 1" .
J yourself against getting "burned." One good method is followingthe "' 9R" ( i'' I-
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old adage, "Never buy anything on the night you first see it" >" ",,, The following is a report of
Often a salesman will tell you, "This is positively the only timeI "N-, : ." '..NJ'4r J motor vehicle accidents and traffic -

can sell you this item at this price." This is not usually true. Allow ...i.\ violations for the period June
time for your eagerness to buy and relax. Take the time to ; fr : \r-r. N 24 through June 30.
Number of Accidents
examine the contract and rationally the Do real.
judge product you ;,
This week - - 12
ly need the product and can you afford it on the terms and conditions ,'J.f",1 Total accidents this year through
the salesman is offering? Read the fine print. If can't
you : / June 30--- - 204
figure out the total cost of the goods you're buying, particularly if "/ ]dumber of accidents through June
it is on a time basis, consult your legal officer. If ,the promisesor .\ r 1968 - -- - 176
the representations made by the salesmen are not clearly statedin r ti, Total nember of days since last.
:
the contract along with the full extent of your obligation, make > .1 Li injury in a motor vehicle accident -
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sure it is inserted before you sign. And if everything is not in ,': ) Ll' Number of Violations

order and clear'use the one word that's a dirty word to him. "NO!I" Installation Candle--Mrs. Gloria McNeely, (left), outgoing flits week -. - 61
When it is used, the sales interview is usually terminated. You have president of VAP-62 Enlisted Wives Clubpasses; the candle of ;Speeding - - -16
time to consider all aspects of the potential sale. If you decide later leadership to Mrs. Mary Milunlc, new president. Commanding ]Reckless driving - 5

you want the product, call him back. You'll find he will be raosf Officer, VAP-62, Cdr. Eakle and Mrs. Jean Eakle (seated) :Going: through stop sign 11
happy to do business with you. sponsor the club, whose newly elected officers are: Vlce- Other' violations - 29

So the next time you're in the market for a "real peach of a President, Gloria McNeely and Secretary, Betty Prichard, (not 19 drovers appeared before theTraffic

buy," don't settle for a "lemon. (AFPS) pictured); Treasurer, Doris Martel, (far, r); Chaplain Margaret ] Hearing of the Board on included July 3
Disposition casss
Colbert, (far, I).
he 1: following:
June Red 6 lost driving and parking privileges -
Darter
Man's RelationshipsBy NamedAMS3 I aboard station for various

periods; 6 were assigned to com-
Cdr. M.A. Eller CHC Raymond A. Pinckney, The award carries with it plete an eight-hour course in remedial -
a, member of Patrol Squadron45's special liberty,a squadron plaque driving 7 were given
;
God does not forsake man in the life's lonelist, most painful Airframes for the
Shop and other
experiences. From infancy through old age man is plagued with the past privileges. warnings; 9 were dismissed; 17
two honored
years, was at the
fear of being abandoned of being left alone and apart from the squadron's "Red Darter of the r were fined'U.S.( Commissioner).
intimate, personal relationships that are meaningful. He is,born Month" for June. I
for relationships. He cannot tolerate the despair of aloneness.
Man likes to be loved, cared for, understood: and accepted. On a Cdr. W. H. Saunders, com-
human level friends, a wife or husband, children and parents hope manding officer, presented the, OTAX AI Ft KTEWS
fully provide such intimate trusting relationships. On a divine level award to the 23 year old, petty
God provides this' loving relationship. He is an inescapably pre- officer who hails from Pineland,
sent. His love is constant and unchanging. Man may lose his S. C.
friends, death may separate him from his family, but at the pointof The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper dis
greatest need God' meets man in the crisis of life and lifts him After joining the Navy in Dec- tributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville
up. He promises, "i will never leave thee nor forsake thee." ember 1965, Pinckney reported Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a private
aboard VP-45 in March 1968. firm. All
Copy submitted
for use In the must
NEPTUNES // JAX AIR NEWS
He currently serves as an inte- be
forwarded
(Continued from Pg. I) J11cH gral member of the squadron to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Jacksonville
corrosion control team, which by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News
sition in the near. future. I } Items art welcomed from all
'
1 played a major role in the excellent sources Telephone 772 3118or
The Neptune, which first saq maintenence record attained 3119.
service in 1945, has long been by the Red Darters during
one of the stalwarts of United t Advertisements
their recent WestPac deploy- are solicited by the publisher and queries
Techno-
States Patrol aviation.
ment. concerning such
should
be directed
to
:
logical advance and passage of
time have numbered the days Pinckney received the Red SanH.
JuanTAvenBuelJacksoCOMPANY
of the proud aircraft now, but Darter of the Month designationin 4747 32210
the Red Darters are proud to E Rat. l recognition of his performanceof telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566
have it carry the squadron colors Nt assigned duties and service in

before taking its place in his- 1tu'It4 Suet NoW, wtf1 9 ,Iof wn6QAbmg keeping with the best traditionsof VOL. 27 N0 16
tory. MQ AWYrf of OYU1IHi f" the Navy service. JULY 10, 1969


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: r NS} Cecil Raiders '



o yew at bt r Travel To MacDillThe


Cecil Field Raiders feated Patrick 7 to 1.
: M CECII traveled to MacDill Air Force In the nite cap, the Raiders
Base last week-end, and earneda staned off against MacDill as
split in the series with Mac- though they were going to beat
Dill's Hawks and Patrick Air the Hawks out of their own ballpark
'I. Force Base.In with a three run first inning.
the Raider- opener, Steve But to the surprise of the Cecil
Burton toiled for the Raiders, all stars, the Hawks came back
but his teammates were unable with six runs in the fourth and
to come up with badly needed seven in the fifth inning, and
hits and the Raiders went down finally put the Raiders down 13

}.vti 4tol. to 4.Even
Saturday afternoon, the Raid- though the Raiders didn't
ers led by Jerry Walker's two clean house on their weekend
hitter, downed MacDill 5 to 1. tour Coach Jim Lee was happy
PLAQUE AND A BABY 3RD...go Air Force Col Not like the day before, the Raid with the results. One of the
George A. Jacobi! from Cdr James H. Wyn'S', skipper of VA- bats came to life with a ten hit officials complimented Coach Lee
on the Raider's hitting. He
44 upon completion of a two-week familiarization with the assult.
thought it the best he had
A-4 Later that day, the Raiders and was
Looking is Lt. E.L. Lewis.
this
Steve Burton came back and de- seen season.



I Air Crewmen On A Little Bitty Bird Farm Story and photos by:

JOC Lee W. Coleman, USN

(Editor's Note: This is the He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. "Before we deployed to Viet- Besides the helicopter detail Coontz's last deployment, pilots
way things go on the postage Erwin E. Braley of Vancouver.His nam,*' explained Braley "the a number of other crewmen made over 800 take-offs and landings -
stamp flight decks of the Tonkin part-time job as air bosson helo detail went through special aboard a ship are involved in on the 40-by 40-foot helicopter -
tincans; compared to their the Coontz is a vital one training ranging from how to air operations. Braleyexplained. deck without mishap.The .
landing area, the big aircraft for the helicopter crew. With refuel a helicopter to how to "Personnel on the bridge haveto
carriers more familiar to the hand signals, he directs the tric- fight an aircraft fire." be on their toes. war in South Vietnam has
jet jockeys of Cecil are luxur- ky business of setting the machine Shipfitter Fireman Ralph Najar How proficient are the Navy's brought the helicopter to its full
iously huge and stable airdromes. down safely. 22, of Sylmar Calif., for part-time airmen? During the potential as a multi-use aircraft.

.) instance, was trained as the fire -_. .. .J.
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RVN. For men of a U. "The signals tell the pilot to guard, or "hot suit man". Pro- :; '
'wv s o.-N..NETfF.lri .Tu R.Ec. )
S. Seventh Fleet destroyer off shift right or left, move forwardor tected by an aluminum foil fire \ .lli r rvwwthvy
the coast of Vietnam, the arrival back, when to hover and to and heat resistant suit his job :: i'. <: >..wmrtiv>>>;OO.+ wvv K.w:+<<":.;rwvn+X; .. ESiSSimm ; :
of a helicopter is ahappen- land, "Braley said. "I onlyofferhim is to rescue helo crewmen in :
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ing--mail from home,fresh movies (the pilot) advice -- the only case of accident. AIR CONDITIONERS
new shipmates coming a- signal he has to obey Is "The hot suit doesn't make me NEW 2 USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES l\1l
board a break in the monotony.It's a wave-off." superman," said Najar "but it HI; :;: NEW A USED TV SETS 4v\v: ;}:
a happening for the crew gives enough protection for timeto :ti N NEW d USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES ; 1 ;
of the helicopter too. Anythingcan How do the part-time? airmen pull people out of a burning r; :; NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITER :: & ;;
happen unless things are co- learn their skills aircraft. ::::;::::::::::: ::::::::::: :::
ordinated. Navy chopper polotsare Itj l Freight" Salvage/ Easy Credit Terms @1
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set several tons of aluminum and Are You Tired Of That ::::::::: :::::: a.m. p.m. ::::::: :::

fantail steel down of a destroyer.Use safely on.the rolling BIG CHIEF RUMP cud THUMPUYmTIr 5326 W.sc..tt it 103rd 771-0750

of the helicopter as a'primary *?
link in: fleet logistics has TIRE CO.BANKAMEBICAHD Our Premium 4-Ply
breed of t
given rise to a new
"airdale" in the Navy--the part- POLYESTER Cord Tire 'k c .' .
time flight deck crewman. YOUR does NONE of that la%%. ; \ :A .
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The helicopter detail aboard 36,000 mi.' or 36 mos. GuaranteeS Ti"wj : !' 1 ;<
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the guided missile destroyer '
Coontz (DLG-9)) is typical. The 17.5. sIus2 I ; .t... "..:
LSP (landing signal officer), or rector charjeWELCOME 7:00: X 13..lxe ; T. f," ,.. '
air boss, is Lieutenant (junior .11 oth.r .!*..proportionately lowNO
grade) Ron Braley, who has to HERE DOWN PAYMENT, of course
lock up his money when flight Fil 11111 ,
quarters are sounded. Normally,
he's the ship's disbursing officer. We fiance anyone from Seaman to Admiral,
The 23 other men directly assigned Need
to the hlo detail have re- .....v.. CIIIII.sl
gylar jobs aboard the Coontz 111I 1111 111-
ranging from hospltalman tomachinist's WE UNDERSELL ALL an extra pay call

mate. Department Stores, Company Stores and Independent Tire Dealers'
"We have more helo activity
than most destroyers out here," See HFCWhen
6015 BLANDING BLVD 771.3442
said Braley recently. "The .
Coontz Is on SAR (Sea-Air Re- (Across from the House of Bargains
scur) duty out here and we keep 5444 Normandy Blvd. 786-0721
helicopter and its crew aboard." 2809 Mayport Road 246-4825 it's a long way to pay day and a sudden

Braley is from Vancouver, "."__"..____ ___......____. .. ..... expense comes up,.give Household Finance a
Wash., and majored In economicsat call. The military specialist at the HFC office
the University of Washington. near your base knows how to solve money prob--

lems whether you need help paying bills, buying
a better car, taking a leave. And he'll tell

__ i't WE'RE LOOKING you the cost of your loan before you borrow.
When a money need can't wait 'til pay call, get

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VP-45 Rogers joined the Navy in 1945 Retirement is not included in on route to the Naval Supply hours of flight time during their
Jacksonville and worked tem- his plans at the present, so It's Depot., Subic Bay, in his native. combined naval careers. Of this
Not Navy that will add Republic of the Philippines. time, 12,557 hours were accumulated -
many personnel,pre porarily at the NAS Jacksonville possible Rogers one
sent or past, can claim they'veserved overhaul ,and Repair Facility. or more promotions to his al- AMSI Evan L. Ediols, with 10 In penetrating hurricanes
In 12 separate pay grades He then went through recruit ready-commendable list. years of Naval Service chalkedup and searching for tropical stormsin
brand new LT (jg) George C. training at Bainbridge, Md., and ReenlistmentsFour signed on for ,three more. the Hurricane Hunter aircraft.
Rogers, VP-45 Assistant Maintenance attended several service schools Echols, who serves as flight en- The pilots have a total of 78 years
Material Control officer, before returning toNASJackson- members of Patrol crew 23 has logged of service.
45 reenlisted for a total previous with and Lewis Is 27
rates that claim. ville, reporting aboard VA-85. Squadron VQ-2 LCdr. a year vet-
The 40-year-old native of Since then, he has served with of 16 years-additional naval ser- VA-106. eran. He began his naval career
Lumber City, Georgia made it 10 Navy squadrons, including VP vice during ceremonies July 2. ADJ2 Rene O. Lavigne took as a seaman apprentice in 1942.
number 12 Tuesday July 1 when -16 and VP-45 at NAS Jackson- Cdr. R. A. Mason, squadron executive high-time honors for the day as Upon completion of flight train-
he was promoted to LTjg( ) in ville. officer, administered the re-upped: for six years. The Ing in 1944, he received his com
the office of Cdr. W. H. Saund- oaths. second mech" on VP-45 Crew mission as an ensign.
Starting as Apprentice Seaman -
ers, VP-45 commanding officer. Rogers an worked his. ADCS Perlie R. Kinnison, line 20 served prior tours with Ocean- LCdr. Turner graduated from
55 way up division CPO and a veteran of ographic Airborne Survey Unit the University of California at
the
through enlisted ranks till
he attained E-8 status more than 18 years of service Atlantic (now VX-8)) and VP-30 Berkely with a bachelor of arts
te ADCS. He Wds then accepted as an signed up for an additional three- before reporting to the Red Dart degree. He entered the Naval
for the Warrent Officer year' tour. Before reporting to squadron. Reserve in 1942 and was com-
AIR BASE December 1965 and programin servedas VP-45, Chief Kinnison served missioned an ensign in 1945.
with VA-216 VC-11. theUSS Mid-
a W-l and W-2. He VW-4 LCdr. Sherman, who retired
PAWN SHOPNEW selected for appliedand way, NAS Atsugi, Japan, VA-112 previously In 1966 and was then
the
was Limited based VW-4
and other commands.PN1 Jax -- NAS -
called back to active duty is a
Duty Officer program and was niustre Aguilar, who has was kept busy this month with graduate, of the Naval Post Grad- .
OWNERS promoted to Ensign In July 1968.
served senior officerin two retirements one release
as petty uate School, Monterey, Calif., He
WELCOME YOU! During his rise through the the Red Darters personnel: from active duty, and a re began his career in 1942 and
enlisted structure, Rogers serv- office for the past two and one enlistment.The has been a pilot since 1944.
MONEY TO
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on half years, reenlisted for four three pilots The pilots were awarded
WE ALSO PURCHASE types of aircraft the C-47, more years. It was his last Lewis, LCdr. David L. Turner letters of appreciation by Cdr. .
6467 ROOSEVELT BLVD C-54 and C-121 flying as a act in connection with the and LCdr. Frank E. Sherman C. J. Cush, VW 4 commandIng -
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Kline and the other retirees, dorm advisor and Lt. G. E. Mc- SAID 51
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hate to see her leave but our Degree Completion Program nRST ns vAwn
best wishes go with her. (ADCOP) has been received andit AND WOOD
Let Us Know contains some good news for FINISHING KIT
ATC Charles E. Browning. Chief
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Browning is one of the 120 men ANTIQUE HOURS
office is temporarily shorthand- selected for the FY69 class. AND USE SAM DAYI
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I MAD News 0 I F1 a* Assists Household Families Goods With


I I Moving Problems

Warrant Officer Program hit the Gateway Giants, 6 4r
but lost the game, 9 3, on Jax--With the heavy trans-
TWenty- three MAD NCO'sand six errors and 10 walks. Caley fer season almost here, the
\ Staff NCO's have applied had two hit to pace MAD.Softball Supply Department reminds
\ Navymen that they can do much
for the officer
newest warrant
to ease the pain of moving. Now
originated by Head -
program quarters Marine Corps. The "Big Red" Softball team through September many Navy
Requirements Include'six to opened defense of their NATTC: families will be pulling up stakes.

12 years of service, rank as a tournament title Tuesday against for new locations.
corporal or above,and GCT scoreof the BB Stackers. The loser of The Transportation Office
_ 110 above.A the opening round was to meet (Household Goods) can and will
selection board is scheduledto the Ship's Company yesterday in 11'J assist those with orders, relieving -
them of of the
many more
the double elimination
meet in August to pick the new tourney.
warrant officers. Deadline for The Marines are 18-0 for trying aspects of moving.
the and have The following tips are some of
application for MAD Marines has regular season pre-
long since past. Applicationsare viously handled their two tourney the things each person shipping
should do
fees .personal property :
due at Headquarters by July decisively.
15. Behind the pitching Les Car- Be home to deal with the
Don't leave the choreto
MAD BaseballThe roll the team gave up very few carrier.
runs all season. With other pit-" AIR FORCE AWARD--SSgt. Robert L. Warner receives the Air your wife.Disconnect.

MAD entry in the Jackson- cher, Jodi Talley, being the only Force Commendation Medal from Lt. Col. Francis B. Murphy, major TV appliancesand
Leatherneck tagged for than take down your :antenna.
ville City Baseball League split more
679th Radar Squadron commanding officer. Warner was pre- is required
The mover not to
last week during actionat one run in a game.
a pair
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Don Coogler singled home a tenance crew chief with the 620th Tactical Control Squadronin Check the carrier's Inventoryfor
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Civilian Personnel OFCOURSE

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Lists Job OpeningsJax


-- Merit promotionoppor- Station, Disease Vector Control i 6 $ drK '?
tunities currently .open for receipt Center, Regional Storage,Man- Y
of applications are listed agement Office, and Fleet Wea-
below. The area of consideration ther Facility. Applications will I
and the closing date of each are be accepted through the close of
shown. business Tuesday. .
MPB No. 74 69 Systems
MPB No. 81 69 Accounts
Accountant GS 11. Area of
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Maintenance Clerk GS 4. Areaof MtLti
consideration: Nationwide. Applications -
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consideration: NAS, NARF,
for this,position will
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, FAETU-
be the close of
accepted through
LANT, Naval Com-
Hospital
business July 1'1."j' ;
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MPB No. 76 69 Mechanical missary, Navy Recruiting, Disease -
I Vector Control, Regional
Engineering Technician GS 11.
J Area of consideration: Sixth Na- Storage Management Office,
ROCMM and Fleet Weather, i
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; val District. Applications will be Jacksonville j E ? N
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accepted through the close of .
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business Monday. AU applicants must be careeror _:
NAS SAX 69-8 Foreman conditional
career employeeof
RARE PRESENTATION-Mrs. Thelma Lombardi! receives
(Leadingman) Stockman. Area the Federal government. Application a
:,\' of consideration: NAS, NARF, Forms 171 for these Certificate of Outstanding: Rating from Lt. Col. F.B. Murphy,
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX. FAETU- positions should be filed with Civilian 679th Radar Squadron commanding officer, for her work with
LANT DET Jax, Naval Hospital, Personnel Department, that squadron. The award also brings a quality salary increaseto
Commissary, Navy Recruiting Box 22, NAS. Tax. Mrs. Lombardi.! Only 5 per cent or less of the employees in
the Department of Defense receive this award.

MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll
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Counselors To
All Appointed
Ranks AgesLOW
(... 44. .

RATES Solve Civilian ComplaintsJax *

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EASY MONTHLYPAYMENTS -- The commanding officer and can be reached by telephoneat y
of the air station has appointed Ext. 2912.
three Navy civilians to act as Others named were John B.
equal employment opportunity Tubbs, Public Works Depart-
counsellors. ment, Maintenance Division
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE Appointment of the trio comesas Bldg. 103, Ext. 2568; and Jesse .f. ; 'w+* 3c1 YtiRtF11 N1n R Y
a result of a new Civil Service L. Moore, Security Depart-
Commission regulation for the ment Police Division, Bldg. 9,
UNDERWRITERS INC. processing of equal employment Ext. 2661.
opportunity complaints. The counsellors will try to informally -
(Formerly McDou.qall's Insurance) Names as counsellors were resolve matters which
6479 Roosevelt I Ird. 388 7676 Kathryn P. Robinson from the might otherwise become for-
(:all (Anytime Supply Department's Purchase malized discrimation com- if you've servedin
-__ Division. She works in Bldg.. 110 plaints.All .
civilian employees and applicants the Pacific.
for employment have
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Movie BABY" starring Mia Farrow- -

and John Cassavetes. Color


ScheduleMovies Drama.FRIDAY. July 12 WANT AD SECTION !

NAS: ,"MRS. BROWN YOU'-
VE GOT A LOVELY DAUGH- ..
will be shown nightlyat TER"
starring Herman's
the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. mits and Stanley Holloway. Color Her- Ads should' be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 4747 San Juan Ave.,. Jacksonville,
There will also be a kiddje mat- Musical. G/VG ((110 mins.) Florida 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a arriving too 'late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the -
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
day and holidays.The SATURDAY July 13 be received WITH the copy for the ad.De '

Hospital Theater will have NAS: "THEY CAME TO ROB
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. LAS VEGAS" starring Gary Nil Said Cub
Cecil Field will have two nightly Lockwood and Elke Sommer

shows during the week at 5:30 Color Action Drama. R/VG ((130 fete MiiiniM chirf ((3 lines) $2.00
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be mins.) : e e . e e e e .

shown on weekends at 2 and 5 HOSPITAL: "MRS. BROWN
p.m. YOU'VE GOT A LOVELY Per I III'I.IIII' ((4 wards per II..). e . a 0.50
DAUGHTER"
THURSDAY July I II I

SATURDAY MATINEE
NAS: "A FINE PAIR" star- AUTO AIR CONDITIONING NAVY WIVESAn Electrolux Vac. -- $15

ring Rock Hudson and Claudia NAS MATINEE: "EASY Window units & central units, Excellent opportunity to nuke ALL BRANDS HOSE $6.506110103rdSt.Ph.7715028
Cardinale. Colow Suspense Com- COME, EASY GO"
starring serviced &. repaired. Tylers some extra spending money. -
edy. A&MY/G (89 min.) Elvis Presley and Dodle Marshall Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 Work 4, 6, or 8 hrs per day.
HOSPITAL- : "ROSEMARY'S Color Musical. ((95 mins.) Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388 All Day time employment between BRAND NEW

5161. 9 a.m. & 5 p.m. Apply at Mc- 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma -
Donald Drive In 6546 Nor- chine, Left in Layaway, Balance
FOR RENT TRAILER LOT mandy Blvd. Employment appli- $34.50 Cash or 6 pymts, $6 mo.;'"
OPEN SUNDAY $25. 1/2 acre near Base. 6852 cations will be for both the Nor- 6110 103rd St., Ph. 771 5028
SeaUoard Ave. Call 772 0945
and the
mandy new Blanding Delivery with no obligation.
Store.
1962 CHRYSLER NEWPORT -
WILMAR APARTMENTS
HT, PB, PS, Auto/Trans., Good
RETIRED
NAVY PERSONNEL- 6 &
Jax Cecil
Duplex, near
Cond. 771 3104 $375. orbest
Full time needed both
managers Furnished $105., unfurnished
offer. Mangella day and night. Apply at Mc- $85, plus St. Tax, Newly painted -

1OO% GUARANTEEWe ROOM MATE WANTED TO Dortald's Drive In 6546 Normandy 2 Br., Lg. Kit., Breakfast
Blvd. Employment applications nook, 2 car parking space,water,
Share 2 BR Apartment -San Juan will be for both the Normandy sewage, garbage, lawn service
gave them the VW 16 point I
and
Safety Performance Villas 388 7818.
In- -
pertlon. Then we tuned up tightened and replaced everything and the new Blanding StoreIN included., 1 block West of the
that needed It. And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or 5900 Blk. of Jammes Rd., 1/2
replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 FREE I I mile South of 103rd St. Call 387-
mile. Come on In and double check Five Week old puppies Need CLAY COUNTY ,!
2541, nites or weekends call 389-
'1ENGINE -TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE good home 772 0917. 2 & 3 acre ,Ranchettes, paved 0744. .'
ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM and graded road frontage, $1450.
1 ZIG ZAG FOR $32 per lot & up terms. Off. Ph. h
SEWING MACHINE Original 282 5272 Home 282 5224. '69 UNCLAIMED ZIG ZAG SEW-
Guarantee, scratched in ship ING MACHINE Never used.
d ment. Zig Zags, makes button- Makes button-
Sews buttons
FOR SALE 3 BR 2 B BRICK< on
,
l' holes, sews on buttons, decora holes, Blind Hems Stitches,Mon
coo Built In Range and Oven Cent.
tive designs, monograms, etc. ogram, OvercatsNoattachmentnecessary. ,
& Assume
Heat Air,Den Garage,
Just pay balance $32 or $8 per Orig. Guarantee
60/0/ VA Orange Park 264 -
month, 4 mons. Phone 353-1946 2528. BALANCE ONLY$29.17 or terms
These AIR CONDITIONED nite or day. Ask for Credit Man- available. Call Capitol Sewing
;i. Cars ager. Will deliver, no obligation Credit Mgr. 9 9 388-0786.
; comfort 1606 Main St.STEREO AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast
for your 'j( & West Coast. 353 3691. 1969 SINGER ZIG ZAG SEWING
.
. CONSOLE COMBO Machine Cabinet model. Monograms i s

7 41 VW KeTHMi( Glii C.M. $2215 Take up payments on 2 month old Houses FOR&RENT Apts.OR, FOR Equity SALE VA & Blind Hems, Makes But-

Radio,,and Heater. mTHREEtt beautiful walnut stereo console tonholes. No attachments needed,
FHA resales. $100 down. Call
VW Sriws $ ** like new. 4 speed record 5 Yr. Parts and Service. Unpaid
USN Ret.2642411
Powell Mills, -
.7k- '* or
changer combination radio.Ba- Balance $62.40 or terms avail-
Radio and Heater. Orange Park Realty. Mili-
lance due $64 or $8 per month, able. Call Capitol Sewing Ma -
67 YW Futbick $2095Radio 8 mons. Phone 353 1946 nightor tary Free Notary. thing Credit Mgr. til 9 p.m.

; and Heater New Paint! tk day. Ask for Credit Man- 388 0786.
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS
ager. Will deliver no obligation. Consoles with AM/FM
some ,
$2395 1606 Main Street VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS
69 VW Fastback
tape players.' At dealers cost,
& baths $100
1/2 2
3 Br 1, 1
Radio, heater automatic tran nri talon. SECRETARYMust to liquidate stock. Full warranty I
$65 month. Callus
down low
as
68 VW D Ix. Sta. Wag. $2495 Be Good Typist & Steno Phone 771 5398. for as up to date lists that,will .

Radio & Heater Office Experience Preferred Apply be mailed without obligation. .
69 VW Sedan $1995 : Mr. Pilver, Jax Navy Fed. GEORGE'S KENNELS VANSANDT REALTY 3871213
Credit Union. 3841391Base Dogs and Cats boarded. Free \
Stick Shift Radio and Heater, Low Mlletl! Ext. 2431. pickup and delivery Est. 1925! ,
68 VW Karmann GhiaCpe $2395Radio 5085 Edgewood Ct. (Near Cas- IN CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND

ft* Heater. Air Cond. OPENINGS NOW for man or sat and Edgewood) 389 .- 0064. Area. 5 acres 10 acres &
67 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1895Radio. woman to distribute Nationally larger tracts Terms-282-5272 r
White. known products in this area-free or 282 5224.B .
&heater, Green ell

66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1695 training Income- exellent part or opportunityHigh full time- No Job too large WELDING or small.I Trail- & B KENNELS

67 MERCURY Caliente $1795 771-7920 for interview. ers,' ornamental iron work, fuel Boarding for dogs, cats and
oil stands. Westside Custom horses. 5214 Collins Road.,
4-Dr., V-s, A.T., PS, Green
&
$1795 FOR SALE 1969 17' Cobia Welding Corner Lane Lenox. Near Orange Park, 264-9602.
68 VW SedanRMlo Sea Queen Cruiser85hp.. John- 781 9482.
& Heater
KADETDr. $1595 son Coast Guard Safety Equip-
68 OPEL
ment included. Take over pay- JUSTISS TRAILER PARK PART TIME HELP WANTED
> .. Radio & Heater $1495 ments 771-0126 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean Servicemen married, mech.

67 VW Sedan LAKE LOTS LAST TWO I two modern trailers & Apts., 389 ability, eves.,Morris Pure Oil
,Stereo. New Pnln Santa 3007. Service Center, 1536 Cassat
choice 2 acre tracts on
f.i.VW Sedan $1295 Fe for $8,000 each ACT NOW Ave. 384 3360. .if.',,''
heater 9<7o financing avail call 387-7379 SIX MILES TO C. F. NAS >I
65 BUICK Special $1295 after 5103rd NINE MILESTOJAX NAS
WILFORD FISH CAMP ?
4120 Sharbeth Drive, E. .
4-boor and Heater
,
Sedan Radio $1295 Pretty 3 Bdrm, 1 1/2 bathbrlckf In Doctor's Lake. Live crabs -
65 VW Karmann Ghla ront home with modern bit in and fish 264 9707.

Coupe Hugger Orange 1k'IE kit. Central Heat Cent.Air,Fenced "<.
65 CHEV. YZ Ton Pickup $1195 yard sidewalks, LndryRm& HOUSE FOR SALE$7500..
priced $14,000. Assume 5 1/47/ 4 5k Int. On Bal. 388-8269
64 VW Squareback $1195 O)( Mtg. of$11,250.&2nd Mtv.of
$900. with payments of $80. "
64 VW Sedan $1095 Mo. plus $22. on 2nd Mtg. LIKE NEW, 84" FRENCH PRO- :
Sofa Cotton Floral .
VENCIAL -c
Radio & Heater PLUS
63 VW Sedan' $995 We also need homes to sell. If 2529.Print Outline quilted 264 '.'

Radio & Heater you are being transferred

OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM CALL:
(Retired Chief Woody Cooper,
< 5 3/4r1/o
l/It1J/ Associate 5 3/4'1/c EQUITY SALE

CAMPBELL REALTY OF JAX, Best buy in Orange Park
WESTSIDE INC. Large 2,210 sq. ft. rambler on
398-0851 100 x 160 wooded lot. 4 Bed-

rooms, 2 1/2 bath, central AC
PIfl UJ
..
INC. & Heat, Parleledfamilyroomwith
VOLKSWAGEN, & Blending Center SECRETARY SHORT HAND & fireplace GE kitchen with 64 cabi

Typing required, 5 days we. nets/drawers. Monthly payments
1150 Lane Ave., See phone 781-5511 7717970PHONE 8 4:30 p.m. Top Salary $173. Convenient to schools
781 5622 or apply Rivers Body churches and bases. 27150.See .
1 to 6 PM AHEAD
5 Sunday
Open Dally 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to Factory 10626 General Avenue at 2115 Hopkins Street off King-
FOR FASTER SERVICE
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as though they will make the and Wednesday of next week. So (In Men) in what Is bound to be
CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUP play-offs since the deployment of for Cecil Sports' fans, there will the sports mis-event of the year.
I ] VA-64 put them out front. be plenty of softball action up- From the 'In Men' are Ron
SMC George Blackburn VA-86 was victorious over VA- coming and it will be interestingto Carey (c), Tom Adams (p), Tom
15, 12 to 2. VA-64 dropped a see who will reign as intra- Kennington (ss), Bruce Cramer
pair, losing to VA-36, 9 to 4 mural softball champs this year.. ((1B), Roger Sherke ((3B), George
Cecil Field Rod and Gun Club the renowned John Golla for 6 and VA-66, 11 to 8. VA-82 won Cecil Field (All Star) Raiders: Maish (rO.) Mark Gusson ((10)
Members Ken Pendergras, extra birds in a shoot-off to win by.foxfeit over VC-4. Rusty Whaley (cO), and Coakley
George Jones and Stephen Pom- the 12-gauge runner-up honors ***Raiders play four games Thomson ((2b). You will notice
eroy came home smiling from after each had broken 100 out of AmericanVA82 this weekend*** that the 'In men' are the only
the National Skeet warm-ups at 100.These This Friday, July 11,the Cecil team in town that bats their
Patrick Air Force Base last shoots were warmupsin 14-1 Raiders travel to OLF Jackson- lineup backwards.The .
weekend. Two time World's preparation for the National VA-36 13-5 ville to engage the 'Flyers' in Cecil 'Old Men will include -
Champion of Champion and twelve Championships to be held in VA-64 11-5 a double header, the first game such outstanding all-Amer-
times All-American Pendergras Rochester, N.Y. Aug.through 9 VA-86 9-5 getting underway at 7 p.m. icans as Snoopy Blackburn,Linus
captured the 12-gauge event by The Cecil Field Rod and Gun VA-66 7-10 This Saturday, the Raiders will Brewster, Lucy Young, Charlie
downing 100 of 100 in the skeet Club is presently planning a reg- VA-15 ; ",' 3-13 host the Flyers at 'B' Circle Gaskill Brown, Red Baron Lin-
match.It istered 12-gauge 100 bird Closed VC-4 2-16 north; game time for the home der, Great Pumkin Fox, Spanky
took a shoot-off to decide Invitational Shoot for Aug. 2. National game is again 7 p.m. Bathhurst, Alfalfa Benter, Buzz
the 20-gauge championship, with Members wanting reservationtime Although these are practice Boyer, Wimpy Hardman Dag -
George Jones winning over Bob for this shoot should contact AMD 18-1 games, let's try to be on hand wood Kipler, Lightning Harden,
Solien of the Spaceport Gun Club George Jones. Membership in VA-44 16-3 either Friday or Saturday sup- Popeye Stillman, Daffy Duck
after each had gunned 99 of 100 the National Skeet Shooting As- VA-174 13-7 port the Raiders. The Navy Exchange Rawls, Underdog Barbaree, and
registered birds. sociation and Florida Skeet As- Demta 7-13 rolling refreshment stand many other surprise guests from
Stephen Pomeroy.captured the sociation will be mandatory in Weapons 7-13 will be available to thirsty pa- Peppermint Pattie's team.
Class A 12gauge division with order to enter this registeredshoot. VA-45 7-12 trons. Your,friendly cub reporter The entire event will be hosted
0 97 of 100 and George Jones An entry fee of $10 will So in the closing of Softball will be on hand Saturday as official by that infamous sports commentator -
I placed second with 96 out of cover the cost of targets and competition for this year, it appears scorekeeper and hopesto Mel 'Red' Dennison,
I 100. In Class B shooting, Walt prizes. Shells will be availableat that the three top teams of see many Cecilites in the and refreshments will be pro-
Wyssman ended as'high overall the Skeet Range.Intramural the American League, VA-82, stands.'In. vided by the NavyExchangemobile ( -
shooter with 355 out of 400, VA-36 and VA-86 will meet Men' 'Old Men' unit #3)). If you like fun
''i and Royce Monts finished second Sports AMD, VA-44, andVA174champions vs : and softball excitement with a new
1 with 96 out of 100. Last week's schedule saw the of National League. This Friday night at Cecil twist, don't miss this exciting
I From the Firecracker Open in American League able to play, The playoffs.are scheduledto will be the event which no one 'laugh-in.'
Dawson Georgia comes word that but the Nationals were plaguedbe stan Wednesday, July 9, and should miss. The fiasco will
B.G. Gunter, also of the Cecil rain. VA-86 got some good games are scheduled for Thurs- include the Cecil Chiefs (Old
Field Rod and Gun Club carried news, too for now it appears day and then Monday, Tuesday Men) who will host the WPDQI.
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Hurlers Stewart-McClure Fire



Jax To Three Wins Over Patrick



Jax--The high flying Jax Navy early runs in the first inning. line against the hard hitting Cecil
___ Softball team continued to bomb Patrick pitcher Cantrell mean- Field club.
,; away at neighboring opponents as time kept the Fliers cuffed by Jax entertains Cecil in a
they traveled south last weekend allowing only four hits and a doubleheader Friday night at 7
w to Cocoa Beach-to- take on Patrick single run in the seventh as the at Mackroth Field and Cecil hosts
AFB. Fliers were downed for the first the Fliers on their field Saturdayat
The Fliers opened the four time_2-1. 7 p.m.
game series by taking a 6 to 4 Stewart got the nod for the
opener behind the pitching of Don finale and he responded by tossing -
Stewart. Stewart fanned nine bat- a 3-0 shutout giving up only Train to become a
ters butwasoccassionallywildas two hits. Ken Winkle scoredtwo DISC JOCKEY
he issued four free passes. After of the three runs and pitcher Under the Gl Bill! .
the regulation seven innings the Stewart the third. For
game was deadlocked but the information dial
Fliers produced three runs in the Cecil Next 35& 8351
second extra inning as Bill Aaron This. weekend the Fliers will
JUST LIKE A singled to get the rally on the put their 29-14 record on the
FISH-Youngsters enrolled in the two week move. Al Wageman followed witha
swimming classes at HAS Jax learn how to enjoy the summer double and Pat Higgins slashedout THE NEWEST
months by learning to swim from qualified instructors. The lesSons another base hit and scored SIiSc
are given at three levels at a minimal cost through the moments later when an
summer. attempted pick-off play fizzled
and Higgins hustled home with
the insurance run. ShortstopDan :ieterl.: : : .,
Swimming Classes
Begin Burton provided the big blow
of the game as he belted a
Jax--Swimming lessons are necessary sign up sheets and in- solo home run in the fourth. Located in Cedar Hills Shopping Center
currently underway at three NAS formation. There is a maximum EXTENDS A CORDIAL WELCOME TO YOU
swimming pools with classes for limit of 20 students per sign up Only Two ..... "" : ... .
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beginners, advanced beginners sheet and classes are divided Von McClure picked up where $ AfiiiI.
and intermediate groups still open into groups of ten. The cost Stewart left off in the second r $ ( $ gd
for youngsters.The is $2.00 per child per two week game as the big righthander struckout A J
next convening date for session. ten batters'and gave up only l *
classes is July 15 with classes For additional information see two harmless singles in shuttingout ALWAYS A WIDE SELECTION OF HOME
offered again July 29 and Aug. the lifeguards at the pools or Patrick 2-0 COOKED FRESH VEGETABLES, AND
12. Sign up dates_ for the July call Mrs. DeWolfe, Special Ser- The Fliers held a slim one run DESSERTS . ALL SERVED IN A
15 classes is being held row until vices, 3112,weekdays between 1 lead until the seventh when Higgins PLEASANT. FRIENDLY ATMOSPHER
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Vappers,. Red Darters Attention GolfersA

I special invitation is / 1

I Favorites In Playoffs being extended to golfers A
at NAS Jax to try out for
the team that will representJax
Jax -- Action in the intramural sottball teams making it hard to at the Sixth Naval Dis-
softball playoffs got underwaylast guess who the eventual winner trict Championships at /
night as VAP 62 took will be. In the event both win Memphis July 28 to Aug. 1. t
,I on the Hospital in the first opening round games Wednesdaythey Qualification dates will be T
of three evening games. Admin will meet tonight at 8 p.m. this Sunday,July 13, and the
battled NARTU and FICEUR met at Mackroth Field. following Sunday, July 20. e
VP 16. The VP 45 "Red On schedule tonight will be The top.four golfers after
Darters" drew a bye in the first three games, the first startingat 36 holes (in the open, men's ,
round. Scores were not availableas 4 p.m., the second game at seniors, and women's division t
the Air News went to press. 6:30 and the last game at 8 p.m. ,will make uptheJaxteam.
Hospital's team gained entry Monday the same time for the .
into the playoffs by beating three games. Any golfer at the NAS Jax / '
VP-7's patrolmen in a Tuesday complex is eligible and
night battle after both teams should contact'Joe MacDonald -
had tied with identical records SPACIOUS PEACEFUL at the golf course not
through the regular season. MARSHALL ACRES later than Friday. 69 IMP ALA
Of special interest in the play-
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On Sailing joyment. Act Today'' (;all: Jax-- Children eight through 11 Fury'III"
[L VI-KANO MOTOR COURTMr. : years old that wish to use .the
F. St Martin, Manager "318" V-8, Auto trans? Fac-
J ax-- YounR sailing enthus- NAS Jax swimming pools unaccompanIed -
iasts that are military dependents 359 2924 by an adult must tory air Power steering} R&H, $2695
at NAS Jax will be offereda pass a swimming ability test. WSW, Vinyl top.
Full DetnlU
chance to learn how' to sail For The test consists of diving into
in the second session of classes deep water and swimming a min IMPALA
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ending with a junior regatta Aug. surface and tread water for 30
9.The seconds, then swim 20 yards using Sports Sedan
classes are open to dependents a crawl stroke or modifi-
9 years of age and old- ()j n tzanS cation.. VS. Autov trans., Factory air,
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Friday and 12:30 p.m., to ,. ias water and floating for 30 secondson
3:30 p.m. on the same days. back, then swimming on his 67 IMPALASuper
The cost of the instruction will back for at least 20 yards.
be $20.00 for one dependent and' San Juan at Niblick Children that pass the test will Sport
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V-8, Auto. trans., :Factory air,
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9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily at Garden Type Apartmentswith the patch is 50 cents. and Console' R&H WSW' Extra $2295
the Navy Jacksonville Sailing Country Club Clean!II!
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Ranges & Refrigerators every Tuesday after that at 12:30to
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Drapes furnishedWall every Wednesday 12:30 to EOE
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