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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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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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Program PromotionThe

new Merit Promotion Pro-

gram for civilian employees is by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are thetfbwn and noAV be o nsideredaWo fVoVJfApression of any
described in NAS Jacksonville 'military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military depar cot of the products or services advertised.

Instruction 12340.2D dated June 12 VOL. 27 NO. 17 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA JULY 17, 1969 ;

1969 which has been distributedfor

posting on all official bulle-


tin Each boards.employee is urged to become -
RAdm. Will
familiar with the provisionsof Heyworth

the program in general, and

with the specific plan coveringthe

positions to which he desiresto
be promoted, in particular. Be Next ComFairJax

Attention is invited to the policynow

in effect throughout the Navy a y

that Navy and Marine Corps.Em- \

ployees may submit applicationsto Jax-RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., current commandant of I

any Navy and Marine Corps Midshipmen at the Naval Academy, will become the next

activity for consideration in filling Commander, Fleet Air Jacksonville, it was announced Fridayby

future vacancies in specific z the Navy. Admiral Heyworth, 48, will relieve RAdm. RobertJ.
positions or in response to
specific vacancy announcements.If Stroh, who has headed the
Admiral Stroh, who with over
local fleet air command since
an employee submits an
application 12 four decades of naval service,
October 1967. Admiral Stroh is
to other Navy and is currently the Navy's Grey
scheduled retire with the rank
Marine Corps activities for con- to Eagle as the senior naval avia-
of vice admiral Dec. 1. No date
sideration in fillingfuturevacancies -
active Admiral and
tor duty.
on
in specific positions or type HELPFUL FUNDS-RAdm. R.J. Stroh, president of the Jack- has been set for the change of Mrs. Stroh plan to make their

of positions, it will be maintained sonville Navy Relief Auxiliary, presented a check for $28,000to command ceremony.The retirement home In the Jack-

in a"Voluntary Application File" Capt. S.E. Wright, USN (Ret.) executive secretary of the prospective FleetAirJax sonville area.
and considered as such vacancies local The check commander was promoted toflag
auxiliary. Monday presentation represented
rank June 30. From Chicago,
occur.If contributions for the 1969 campaign conducted at NAS Jax, Admiral Heyworth graduated
he submits in
to a specific an application tenant commands, NTC Orlando, NAS Glynco and NAS Cecil from the Naval Academy in June

announcement response it need vacancy only be Field. This year's donations topped the 1968 drive by $3,000. 1942, with the Class of 1943.

considered in connection with vacancies Following his commissioning,

nouncement.covered by that an- Driving with the Champion'Film New he attended London,Submarine Conn., before School serv-at

ing in submarines in the Pacific

Tennis Championship Here during WWII. While serving in

the submarine USS Finback, he
Jax -- Tennis fans in the area and Lecture ScheduledA
participated in nine war patrols.
will have a chance to watch top credited with
The submarine was
grade Navy matches as NAS Jax
sinking 100,000 tons of enemy
hosts the East Coast Women's program designed to create ies and property damage has been shipping before the war ended. -i-
Tennis Championship, Monday, scheduled for the air station.
the desire in all hands to decrease Following the war,he requested -
July. 21.The traffic violations, acci "Driving with the Champion"a flight training and received his
matches are scheduled in resultant lecture and film program, will becoming
dents and deadlsinjur- aviators wings in 1947; thus -
singles and doubles play throughout be presented twice daily, 9:30 one of the few naval offi-

the day on the courts located a.m. and 1:30 p.m., July 28 cers that wears the wings of a

next to building 720 on and 29 at the air station's theat- Navy pilot and the dolphins of a
Mustin Road and Enterprise.
submariner.
They .11 feature some of the er.NAS department heads are directed Other highlights of Admiral

Navy's finest women tennis 1 and tenant commands are> Heyworth's career includes his

players. invited to schedule all military being the first Navy pilot to fly

l personnel to attend a session of twice the speed of sound. He

INSIDEP this program. was also the first commanding officer RAdm. H.ywrth

2. . EditorialsP Personnel the may General be scheduledby Safety of the attack aircraft car-
calling rier USS America. Naval. Academy
5..Club SchedulesP
2460
Office Ext. by 'July Commandant -
f. . . Movies 24. Prior to serving as
of Midshipmen,Admiral Hey-
P,. 1112. >. Sports Success of the program depends worth served as executive assis- Next Stop for

p on maximum participationof tant and senior aide to Adm. Ho-
this command and all tenant racio Rivero vice chief of Naval AMD Chief's Son
>
commands.
Operations.

Eighteen year old Michael

Cdr. Service Gouge, a 1969 graduate of For-
ReportsAs rest High School, has been

appointed to the United States


r New VAP-62 COThe Naval Maintenance Michael Academy., is Department's the son of Aircraft Lead-


Chief AFCM and Mrs. F.W.
helm of Heavy Photographic to the Advanced Training Unit ing ,
Chief Gouge is a 30-
Squadron 62 will change hands 800 in Corpus Christ!, Tex., Gouge.
of the Navy planning -
tomorrow when Cdr. James E. serving as an all weather flight year veteran
retire in December.Now,
Service relieves Cdr. Burke E. instructor, Late in 1955, he to
Michael forward to
Eakle as commanding officer. returned to California to attend looking en-
the Navy at the Academynext
RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, com- San Diego State Teachers Coll- -tering
week the 30th of June.
on
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville,
He will be studying In preparationto
will be guest speaker and make ege.Moving to NAS Alameda,Calif.,
officer with
be a line a major
presentations of awards at the he served with VA 151 .as
C ;- interest In the (physics program.
11 a.m. ceremony.To administrative officer. Between
Michael received his appointment -
1957 and 1958 he deployedwith
War CollegeCdr. to the Academy through a
the board the
squadron on with
9 ax4,4P Eakle has served as VAP- USS Bennington and USS Ticon- congressional appointment
'
the aid of Charles
62 skipper since July 1968. deroga, flying the FJ 4B. Representative
E. Bennett (D Fla). He was
Following the change of com- From 1959 61, he was attached -
mand he and his family will pro- to the Ticonderoga as catapultand required to participate in a com-
examination to be eli-
ceed to Carlisle Barracks Pa.; arresting gear officer. petitive
where he will be one of 10 naval gible for selection to the Aca-

officers selected to attend Post-Grad School demy.
the U. S. Army War College, On June 30, Michael will take
of 1970. Cdr. Service next reported to his oath, becoming a pan of the
Class
NAS Lakehurst, N. J., in 1961,
Cdr. Service here from Naval Academy Class of 1973.Cdr. .
reports
as head of the Aircraft Test
duty as assistant air officer a- Branch of the U. S. Naval Air

board the USS Ranger.He Test Facility (Ship Installation)
enlisted in the Navy in 1950
Following duty with the Test Facility -
and reported to NAS Pensacolafor he attended the Naval Post- w

flight training in Novemberof graduate School, Monterey,
that year. In 1952 he received Calif., where he received a bachelor -

his commission as an en- of arts degree in Political

sign and was designated a naval Science and International Relations -

aviator. In 1965.

OIL DRUM BEAT--As the sounds of the Tenth Naval Dis- with Cdr.VF Service's- 53 at NAS first Miramar duty was, Until 1967 Cdr.Service was alternately -

trict steel band filled the air at the Blue Jackets Inn Tuesday Calif. Between 1952 and 1954 maintenance officer,

night, the large crowd let the Calypso-to-Rock music take over. he flew the squadron's F9F 5's operations officer and executive

Such is the attraction of the band and its instruments made deploying aboard the USS Valley officer of VAP 62's sister

from 55-gallon oil drums. The band will entertain at Jackson- Forge and USS Philippine Sea squadron, VAP 61.

ville's Friendship Fountain 8 to 10 p.m., tonight and end its where he was decorated for Korean Cdr. Service is married to the

local tour with a performance at the HAS Officers' Club, combat sorties.In former Natalie Harpst of San Die

8:30: p.m., Friday. 1955, he received orders go. They have three sons. Service


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Transferring?


Editorial View Points Household Goods

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A At Your Service
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,. Jax -- Summer time is trans-

Not Like; It WasNo fer Department time, and Household the station Supply Goods

section has offered the following

information for mlitary
matter where you are stationed in the military you will quite nel transferring to and from person-the
often here some old timers saying "The service just isn't what it
local
used to be." And to this we most heartly agree. The role of the When area: arrive in the area of

military man has undergone many changes during the nearly 200' your new you duty station, IMME -
years of our country's existence as a nation. DIATELY contact the household
However, the primary mission of the military man is still to defend goods shipping office to check on
this nation against all enemies, both foreign and domestic." the arrival of your household

In this, the United States' military forces have no peer. Each and leave and address and
soldier, sailorairmanand Marine todayhas repeatedly shown he is goods where
qwti'i telephone number you may
just as tough,courageous,welltrained and dedicated to the principlesof be contacted.If .

freedom as the men of Valley Forge GettysburgBelleau Wood, your household goods are overdue -
Corregidor and the Punch Bowl. officer
the transportation
JANE WATSON ADMIRES the Navy Commendation Medal just will follow up on your ship-
presented to her husband Capt. R.L. Watson (Ret.) by RAdm. ment for you.

P.F. Cosgrove, SC in ceremonies at the Florida Junior College A member is entitled totem-
i
Capt. Watson, new vice president for administrative, and porary storage at government expense -
% business services at the Florida Junior College received the for a period of 90 days in

,- '' medal for his service as the Inspector General of the U.S. Navy connection with an authorized

Supply Systems Command.Lt. shipment of his permant changeof
) station weight allowance of

,, household goods and personaleffects.
., An additional 90 days

may be authorized, when neces-
NA TTC Ishli i the Se..s sary, because of conditions

beyond the control of the member.

Requests for autnorizationor
approval of such additional storage -
-m st--be-accom-panied by a
JerreeA.Stroh.MC,USNR, for outstanding performance as written statement from the mem-

N' has reported aboard for duty. A class leader. ber setting forth all the facts in
of the AE Honor Class
graduate Universityof
and be to the
the presented
;;,, Class 911 AE School Class A case
Colorado, he was serving his ,
.
....- household goods shipping offi-
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honor class title for the
internship at Baylor College of won

Medicine, Houston Tex., before second straight week. Lead by ce.Storage In transit, or other
reporting to NA TIC. The doctoris AN D. M. Garrison, USCG, the any
form of involves -
But in today's hurry scurry, tension filled world, the militaryman no relation to RAdm. Stroh. class received 898 points of a extra temporary handling storage of the

must be much more than a combat ready guardian of freedom.He Promotions possible 1,000. Class 908 had goods increases the risk of damage -
where he is been honor class for five con-
is diplomatic and is looked upon by the countries and results in additionalcost
stationed as a direct Representative of the U. S. .. He must always Fifteen personnel were advanced secutive weeks.Serious .
to the government. Placing
teacher humanitarian,.scientist and public relations men in uniform.In Wednesday in ceremonies household goods in storage fora
these capacities America's service personnel have proven extremely conducted by Capt..lE.Kennedy., InjuriesAre short period of time is extre-

capable of meeting and accomplishing the task laid out for He presented chief certificatesto Avoidable mely costly, since the carrieris
them. Whether seeking marauding Viet Cong, giving medical care AE's P. E. Bardwell, R. L. entitled to of one
in a disaster stricken"town, teaching a class in English or domestic Haymond and C. E. Nelson; Chicago---Records compiledby .month's payment charge, re -
principels, the military man of today serves his nation well. AO's W. P. Bryan, E. J. Pipes the National Safety Council gardless storage whether the goods remain -
(AFPS) and D. E. Wilson; and HM B. show that nearly one-forth of in for day or
1 .1 E. Ellis. E. E. Gennette Jr. all serious occupational.injuries month.storage one .
one
was promoted to AE2's : K. result from the manual hand-

God Was There... \ :> C. Allen, D. K. Soloman, L.*A.. ling of materials. All military commands personnel initially-
to
\ J. ." Tillman, K.E.Hassler,R.V.Mc- The Council, which ha$ been reporting supported
NAS and who have
Jax
by ,
Hale Jr. and R. A. Sill. Involved with the prevention of
.God's shipments of household goods or'
.. HereBy industrial accidents for more
effects into the
than 50 lists the follow- personal coming
years
Lt. Jack Rogers, CHC AO Graduation that area should furnish the following
ing unsafe work practices ,
The Bible says Eve ate the fruit with them. His presence was Graduation certificates were have .lead to manual handling injuries information to the Household
and gave it to Adam to eat. They there -- His presence is here -- Class 910 July 9 : Goods Section, Bldg. 110, Tele-

both sinned -- some thousands, He speaks to me, not in a still, presented Lt. F. E.to Bollenberg. LCpl. Placing fingers or hands at phone 772 2816, immediatelyupon
maybe millions yearsago.Bibsmall voice,it is inaudable, it is by while ob arrival in the area:
John C. Thomas,USMCwashonorman pinch points moving -
lical history! more of a realization, but He with an average of 83.38.AN jects. All pertinent information
They wanted to be equal with does. concerning the expected arrivalof
Richard W. Dusablon Jr. received Gripping objects improperly,
God. To be as intelligent as God. a letter of commendation allowing them to fall or slip. shipments.
They sinned. They tried to place Gee! I many times fall short Carrying too heavy a load. Address and telephone
another god before God, they of the glory of God,I make"gold- Failing to wear safety shoes. number where member can be
were selfish. en calves" -- I sin -- I'm { contacted, if required.
Lifting in an awkward position,
God walked and talked Adam I" *
even Proposed or anticipated
or lifting with the back insteadof
TrafficViolations using the leg muscles. housing arrangements. When
housing is obtained .the member
,
Failing to use cranes, hoists,
and elevators provided for the must make arrangements with
Oiv, me ServicesROMAN Household Goods for immediate
job.Failing of the household
to acceptance
wear proper protective -
The following Is a report of gloves or to use hand guardsfor goods shipments.

motor vehicle accidents and traf- sharp-edged items.

CATHOLIC Junior Church10:00 a.m. fic violations for the period July Loosening coils or cutting taut Michigan State junior Bill

St. Edwards Chapel Bldg. # 722 1 through July 7.Number. binding wire, metal straps or Wehrwein of Roseville, Mich.
Divine Worship Service 10 of Accidents cable without wearing face pro- ran the 600 in 1:09.0 at the 1969

SUNDAY a.m. Bldg. # 750 This week - - -9 tection. Michigan State Relays to set an
DAILY MASS11:30 MASS9 & 11 am.Episcopal a.m.: Communion ?:30 Total accidents this, year through Working in cluttered, cramped American indoor record for an
eight-lap unbanked track.
a.m. July 7----- - 213 quarters.
Confessions will be held
Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30 a.m.on Small Chapel Bldg # 750 Number of accidents through July
instead of Saturday.' Junior Youth Fellowship 5 p.m. 1968 - - 2p5
Bldg. 1## 722 Total number of days since last

TUESDAY injury in a motor vehicle accident -
U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
Senior choir Rehearsal-7 - - -40
St. Luke's Chapel I Bldg. # 75Q p.m.. Number of ViolationsThis J AIR NEWSThe :

week - - 87
SUNDAY MASS8:00 a.m.WEDNESDAY Bible Class 7 Speeding - - -15
PROTESTANT WORSHIP p.m.-Bldg. # 722 Reckless driving -- -two
SERVICES10:00. a.m. THURSDAY Going through stop signseven JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed -
each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station -
,
Christian Science Service Other violations - 63 Jacksonville
PROTESTANT, 8 p.m. Bldg. ? 750 Thirty drivers appeared before Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a priuate
AM Saints' Chapel SUNDAY the Traffic Hearing Board on July firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must

Evening Worship 6 p.m. 10. Disposition of the cases be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2. NAS Jacksonville

SUNDAY Bldg. 1## 750 included the following: by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News
Six lost driving and parking items 'are welcomed all
from
a.m.TUESDAY sources Telephone 772 3118or
Church School -9:00 Fellowship--7p.m. privileges aboard station for
3119.
Bldg. f# 722 Bldg. ### 722 various periods; 15 were assigned -

to complete an eight -hour
versity associate professor of course In remedial driving;seven Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries,
business administration, will be received suspensions 10 were concerning such should be directed to:

AFMA MEETINGThe speaking on "New Techniques in given warnings nine were dis- HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY

Management". He has degrees missed; 11 were fined (U. S. 4747 San Juan Avenue. Jacksonville
July Armed Forces Man- economics and education, and Commissioner); and one refer- Telephone 388 Fla. 3210
agement Association will meet he Is presently a candidate fora red to commanding officer for a 2755 or 387 3566

today in the Officer's Club at Ph.D economics business possible disciplinary action.
VOL.
12 p.m. Guest Speaker, Asa B. administration from the Univer- Eighteen drivers were assessed 27 NO! 17 JULY 17, 1969Pa&e

Gardiner, Jacksonville Uni- sity of Florida. 63 traffic points.




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13 and Marshall had 9 yearsof
Promotions ; ; M active duty behind them.SpannIs I CECN. SPORTS ROUNDUP, I i
/ ;\; : ( an instructor on A7 Cor- ::

sair 11 power plants. He and his $MC George Blarkbijrn I
Reenlistments wife, the former Jadean Durhamof \
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Corpus Christ!, Tex. live at NAS CECIL. In the last VA-82 to score what turned out "",
4722 Wesconnett Blvd. Theyhave of (intr-mural competition before to be the winning run. ,,,
Presentations three children. Marshall and his the beginning of the Cecil Field In the second game of the evenIng "
',' wife, the former Mary Ellen playoffs, the Yellowater Yearlings i the AMD 'Red Caps' set the
Lee of St. Marys, Ga. live at ended the season the same stage for a crucial meet with "
NAS CECIL Roger G. Mul- will meet the second and fourth 7236 Bland Blvd. They have way they started It by winning VA-82 when they downedVA174by
linax turned In his A01 crow for Tuesday of each month, 10 a.m. two children. over VA-44. Tills time the score a score of 7 to 1.
the bars of a Warrant Officer In in the Chapel Fellowship Hall. VA-86'ers Advance, Re-Up was 6 to 2. TIle Yearlings held In action played this last Mon-
a swearing in ceremony before Their next planned 'social off VA-44 until late In the sev- day, VA-44 knocked VA-36 out
Commander J.. H. Hams,- skipper meeting" Is for July 22. Speaker NAS CECIL LieutenantJ. enth Inning with good defensive of the playoffs with a 9 to 0
of VA106. Mulllnax join- will be Dave Chapman of John J. Ryan of VA 86 re moves and one home run by right victory andVA-174downedVA-86
ed the Navy Reserve In Marchof B. Stoudemire and Associates, ceived his new "railroad track" fielder Bill Aloyius. Even with 3 to 2 in a rain delayed, but
1959. and enlisted in the regular who will discuss "Educational bars from Commander D. P. the spectacular finish the cos- still hotly disputedcontest.
Navy in November of 1963. Advantages for Children,of Ser- Thomas in ceremonies this week. mopolitaln 'yearl1 s' comprised In the finale, VA-82 and AMD
lIe joined VA-106 in 1968 and vicemen and Survivor Bene Helping pin them In place was of Weapons and Marine person- clashed with VA-82 winning It
served as ordnance crew lead- fits." Wives of all Navy, Ma his wife Nancy. nell of somewhat Infamous fame, 3 to 1. Jerry Walker of the
rine Corps and Coast Guard In the same ceremonies,Lieu- will not compete i in the playoffs Mauraders allowed the 'Red
: en-
'XY"1: :.:::::: = listed personnel are invited to tenant junior grade Phil Morris In the playoffs, which got off Caps' only two hits, while his J'
attend. A sandwich luncheon will moved up from ensign with a to a roaring start last week, team mates backed him with five r
follow. similar assist from his wife va-82 and AMD drew first round hits. The 'Red Caps'committee
Barbara. byers. three errors in the second inning r
Moody Ships Over AOl Robbie Barnes was then VA-44 met VA-86 and dealt which allowed the Mauraderstwo

NAMTRADETS, CECIL congratulated by Commander the Sidewinders their ,first set- runs. In the fifth inning
Aviation Storekeeper First Class Thomas upon his reenlisting for back when they downed them 7 i more 'miscues' gave VA82
CECil Robert Moody, veteran of 15 six more years. to 4. VA-174 and VA-36 went another' run. AMD had a chance
years In the Navy, reenlisted 12 Innings with VA-174 winningIt to get something going in their
for four more here this week. finally 3 to 2. half of the seventh, when Fewell
He and his wife, the former GIANT SWAP MEET VA-82 and VA-44 met Thursday bounced out, pitcher to first with
Gwendolyn McWilliams of Cary- with the Hornets dropping a the bases loaded and two outs.
yule, Fla., live at 490 Alsey JAX LARGEST FLEA 1 to 0 decision In 8 innings., The
Drive In Orange Park. They MARKET Hornets had many opportunitiesin More Page 10
have three children. the earlier innings to get on
All Spaces Under Shelter
the score board but failed to
VA-106 Officers Outslug 20th and Edgewood get the needed hits. This con- Train to become a
Enlisted HenNAS test also provided the fans with SPORTSCASTERUnder
Every Sat. 9 am 6:00 some excellent pitching action
CECIL Led by what : pm the GI Dill! '
was termed "awesome batting"of Sun. 9 am 600; pm between the Mauraders' Jerry
For information dial
Lieutenant Walker and the Hornet's Steve
junior grade Jim PHONE
McGeorge and aided by "some 768-7058 or 768.4793 Burton. An error by the Hornets, 356-8351
very slick fielding", Lieu- 354-9119 second baseman with two outs
er during the squadron's 1968 tenant junior grade Wayne Kelly and a runner at second allowed
69 deployment to Southeast Asia pitched the VA-106 officers to a --
aboard the USS INTREPID.He tight win over their arch rivals,
leaves VA-106 later this the VA 106 Enlisted Menduring -
month to report to an Aviation i a recent encounter at the station -
Officer Indoctrination Course at picnic grounds, according to
Pensacola. From there he will a release. AE2 Evans, first
go to Alburquerque, N. M. for name not forwarded with the release -
further schooling. Naval Adak had the off leers"virtually -
will be his first duty station in handcuffed" until the last
the new rank. lIe is marriedto two innings, when "a combina-
the former Lois Sheringerof tion of heat and picnic atmos-
New Jersey, and they call phere" overcame his team and
Jacksonville home at present. they went down in defeat. The
official scorekeepers gave up
Navy Wives #121 Host B.Y.0.B
as not worth the effort the recording VIIIff/K.4 / 1B
NAS CECIL The Navy of hits and errors after
Wives Club of America, Cecil three innings, and bore down on
Field # 121, will celebrate the keeping score, which turned out
end of their annual auto tag sale 12 10.
July 19 with a B.Y.O.B. (Bring
Your Own Basket) picnic at Spann, Marshall Go For Four
Cecil Picnic Area Number One T
Members are hosting their families NAMTRADETS, CECIL .
as thanks for patience and ADJC Bobbie F. Spann and AE1 :
cooperation during the busy sale, Robert Marshall reenlisted for 1
said a club spokesman. The club four apiece this week. Spann had


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';i. i I rewards..... and Promotions. !) I

,. ,, 1 -- -- -- Hendrix, Maintenance, receivedhis rette, Morgan Childres sand T.M.
'. lax -- Awards and promotions Higginbotham.A
have been received by numerous 20 year service pin. letter of appreciation

iI civilian employees. They are as Rework Facility employees being presented to Mrs. Ruby Col-was
follows: Marian Hart, Her for her outstanding
l Beneficial awards honored Include service
suggestion
Main William G. Perry and William in support of aircraft used by
went to William L. Dunn,
Gibbons. All received sustained the Manned Spacecraft Center.
Util-
tenance; S. A. Whittington
awards. Vandell Milton
:', ities; William F. Milam, Main- superior performance recieved a
:,I. tenance; F. T. Bridges, Main- Superior achievement awards letter of' appreciation for coop-
:i' j tenance; Virgil H. Smith Main- went to Charles H. Carse, Ken- eration' given the station's Quick
Trans Termenal.
tenance; Douglas McIntyre, neth D. Chastain and James N.
Transportation, F. L. Johns, Briggs. Quality step increases went to
Transportation; W. L. Bradley, Sustained superior perfor- George E. Murdock, Wallace E.
.t. Transportation; and Garland D. mance awards were presented to Smith, Phillip O. Steinmetz and
'.., Presson and G. W. Drozak, both Oretha D. Wilkins, Joanna Cat- Earland J. Wentworth.
\ of Maintenance.A .
I sustained superior perfor- NARF's Healthiest Top I

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\ mance award went to William L.
( Bradley, Transportation; and J. I
LL -L_ G. Sumpter of Maintenance Sick Leave Saving ListJaxA

',, : Capt. Faulder* presents check to Mn Troxel earned a superior achievement
award. substantial number of in excess of 2,000 sick leave
1 Worker's Idea Earns Others recognized for their civilian employees atNARFhave hours, according to the latest
duties at Public Works include accumulated a large number of information from the NAS Comp-
David Way, who received a 24 sick leave hours for use if and troller. Eighty-Seven of these
I $1,000 'Benny' Bonus year safe driving award; FrankJ. when needed. employees have a full year
Lurenz of Maintenance who One hundred twenty-five em- ((2,180 hours) of accrued sick
a"r'::, received a 20 year pin and retirement ployees, out of about 3,550 ceil- leave "on the books."
. .A Naval Air Rework Facility estimated to save the Navy at watch; and Joseph E. ing-type civilians, have accrued A fortunate and select group
5j;. .f airframes worker was presented least $83,000 the first year it of five employees have as many as
'. with a $1.000 check for his beneficial is in effect. PromotionJobs 2,500 sick leave hours accrued.
; .; suggestion which has been Bob Troxel pinpointed the New Merit The record shows Leonard L.

',; --. -- cause ot abnormally high failure Wood with 2,536 hours BryanH.
". rates in the canopy control valvesof Cornwall with 2,528, Glenn H.
\: SPACIOUS & PEACEFUL the RA-' "Vigilante." Available HereJax Smelser with 2,524, Theodore
MARSHALL ACRES It was found that the damagedand Green with 2,517, and Russell M.
,1 9359 103rd Street unserviceable valves contained -- Merit promotion oppor- ment Worker. Area of consid- Proctor with 2,511 hours.
Jacksonville's newest G contaminates that froze the tunities currently open for receipt eration same as above. Position Ten people are in the 2,400to
'", most modern mobile home sliding pans. Troxel examinedthe of applications are listed will be open continously, with 2,499 category, 13 people in
'community Is now open for parts under a microscope below. The area of consideration first cut-off date,July 23. the 2,300 to 2,399 bracket, 22
your inspection. Large 44 x and discovered that the con- and closing date of each are MPB No 87-69 ClerkTypistGS3 people in the 2,200 to 2,299
75' lots. taminates were glass beads, shown. & 4. Area of consider- area, and 30 people have some-
ONLY $35 PER MO. commonly used to remove air- MPB No.80-69 Aircraft Elec- ation same as 'above. These where between 2,100 and 2.199
Swimming pool tennis craft corrosion.The tronics Worker. Area of con- positions will remain open with accrued sick leave hours.
shuffleboard court H -court I U Q particles came from a sideration: NAS, Narf NARTU, first cut-off date set for July 24. Federal civilian employeesearn
pit picnic built for your en bead-blast overspray that enter- COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT, MPB No 89-69 Electronics or accrue sick leave at
joyment. Act, Today! Call: ed a small vent in the valves.Troxel's Naval Hospital, Commissary, Mechanic (maintenance) Area of the rate of 13 days per year.
EL VERANO MOTOR COURT Navy Recruiting, Disease Vector consideration same as above. Also At present there is no limit
I Mr. F. S. Martin Manager money-earning suggestion Control, Regional Storage Office, 88-69 openings for Electronics on the amount which can be ac-
( of removing the valvesor and Fleet Weather. Position open Mechanic (aircraft systems). cumulated. Employees are allowed -
"I 359.2924 covering them prior to cor- continuously, first cut-off, July Same area of consideration. AP-. sick leave when incapacitated -
.,\y For Full DetelU rosion treatment. eliminated the 22.MPB plications for these post ions will from the performance -
:;.a I WuWrwLrwuJ-uJ problem.1 No.81-69 Accounts Main- remain open continuously, with of duty because of illness,
-- -- tenance Clerk GS-4. Area of first cut-off date scheduled for medicaldentaloptical examin-
: ; 'r consideration same as above. July 28.MPB. ,ation or similar circumstances.Thus .
'l 11f,i!. Applications for this job will be No. 90-69 Machinist, and accrued sick leave providesa
accepted through July 22. MPB No 91-69 Aircraft Electrical substantial cushion for use in
\ MPB No. 82-69 Planner & Worker. Area of consider- the case of bona fide sickness.

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This Friday night is the night and the Three Sounds on Mon- '\ t:: "
for the 10th Naval District Steel day evening. The Blue Organ- HERE
Band to perform at the Club ization is the sound on Tuesday Ilt1C .
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and the Shrimp-A-Peel Buffet is evening. Wednesday, Messengerof ..
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also a feature attraction. Wed- the Masses is the Club'sfeature. :
nesday is Family night at the "' DIPUTMINT STOIIS .,
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pool with a poolside buffet for USO FIRST IN DISCOUNTING! .
riRST IN FASHION) '
your enjoyment.CPO .
Thursday play the game of FIRST IN VALUII
Club your choice. Friday, Winter in
Mark Castle is at the club July is the program, while you
Friday night with the entertain- meet the "Girl of the Month" OUR ONCE-A-YEAR '-"
ment for the evening. Saturday and the USS Albany crew. Sun- ; ',":
The Clubs are at the club. This day attend the church of your .j';
week's Patio Dance features the choice, then come the USO. Sun-
Three Sounds, on Wednesday. day vespers are given by the '
AceDeuce/ central Baptist Church. "Black : .
Horse Canyon" is the,free featured "
Friday the Four Clubs enter- movie.HONDA.
tain at the Club. Mel Gaden ,
brings the entertainment for Sat-
urday'evening. Sunday's game- .. ..
time, join Evelyn Mee and the
Three Sounds later in the eveni ;. "

Tonight Blue, Messenger Jacket's Inn'of the Meters t Cycles Ct. LADIES SHIFTS 99 JR. BOYS' "

Masses appears at the club., Phil 1 SPORT SHIRTS
Cay and the Chantels entertain 4949 Blanding 771-8244 & CULOTTES 75

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1 Sails Stretch Skyward as Jax



Club Cools It on St. John'sStory

and photos by Rick Kunz

Capturing the gusty breezesas : ii'
they blast: across earth's vast
acreage:* of water are the tall
b wind seducing canvases that stand
erect In praise of the wind godsof

the sea. ,
The sail; engine behind the
fighting galleons of history anda 1 ,
hobby and sport for thousandsof L .
outdoorsmen who were for-
tunate enough to discover its
stimulating attraction. ;cY

NAS Jax boasts its own groupof %
"cloth" sailors as more than
70 members are presently the
membership roll of the Jax Navy
Sail Club.
The club offers sailing enthu-
I siasts a place to moor their craft r
lit I to talk sailing with friends or a
place where they can use the
club's boats for an afternoon or
evening of sailing enjoyment or

x regatta competition.
The sail club meets on the first
CHECKING SAILS-Jean Moyer (foreground) and Lyn Hunt Wednesday of each month at 7:30: CAST OFF--Two sailing buffs get set to hit the open waters
(background) give a final check to the sails and lines before to discuss the coming
p.m. for an afternoon of smooth cruising in the sun.
shoving off down the St. John's to catch a fast breeze,and month's activities.: 1 Housed on the
::1 hours of sailing pleasure. south end of Ranger St. memberspay .
:1t a five dollar entry fee into Young military dependents are Regatta and later at teM Cup,
t the club with small monthly dona- not left out as classes and com- a race from Palatka to Jack
tions after that. Club facilities petition in a junior sailing pro- sonville. A Navy Jax team also ,
;( include a new clubhouse, shel- gram go on throughout the summer finished fourth in a 17 team field :rat -=
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3-1MOTHERgS tered work area and over adoz- the U. S. Naval Academy Invitational -
en sailing craft for pleasure Club Has ChampionsThe Regatta last month as
i o K: R BOOZE BLAST cruising and racing. club thrives on competition skipper Bob Purrington and
4 ( Six Rhodes bantam sailboats with other area clubs and as crewman Eric Jensen and Vin -
: & 4 (ALL DAY & HITE WEDNESDAY are for use as well as three a member of the JacksonvilleTri cent White maneuvered their 24-
(('" 16 foot Rebels and six slightly Club, along with the Florida foot runabout against nation-
ANY smaller Gannett A novice in Yacht Club and The Rhudder Club wide competition at Annapolis. .
Hay. A lall DRINK 55 the sport can learn enough from hold six races in a series during Ralph Ryan,vice commodore of
ANY the club to handle many different the year. There is a series the club, has extended a special "
8 PM to 2 AM Dance to BRAND 9 am to 2 am types of sail craft after four or for each season of the year. The invitation to any military person .:"
Ronnie and the Soul SocietyMOTHER'S five lessons. club also holds its own competition ; nel or their families that have a
MAHTINISeMARGAHITAS The club teaches the basic among members e\'eryother yearn for sailing todropover and
LOUNGE BEEFEATERS CUTTY SARK l nomenclature plus offers lessonson :: Wednesday at 6 p.m. during the visit the club. Ryan also an-
1080 Cnssat Ave. Ph. 388-9016 OLD GRAND DAD SMIRNOFF the water followed with a writ summer months. nounced plans for a Navy Day .
ten and practical tests of skills. Good fortune recently traveled Regatta, Oct. 26, at the Jax Club ...
with membersof the club as with entries expected from the
Fred Kling piloted his Morgan24to entire Easy Coast featuring top
first place in the two seated sail racing events and festivities
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v ."' cruiser class at the St. Johns throughout: ,



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::1? e Club sized swimming pool e Central Heat and Air Condi "
Tel. 384-1391 I or Base Ext. 2431 ... L" ..., .. :,. with Cabanas pool Bid* tioning. Dishwashers, ,.
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HAS CECIL FIELD-Bldg. 26 >,::4 e Front and rear entrances e Plenty of closets with dressing :;:,
Tel. 771-3211, Ext. 215 >?!):? Wall to Wall Carpeting room closets in master ,,:'.:
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-- The Navy's antlsub bigonella air station will be LCdr. ergency power source.
marine patrol arm is only as effective Marshall E. Windham. Ills crew Discussing the mobility of the
; 7 as the maintenance on its will give custody of the vans to vans, WO R. E. Lucas, assistant
--a most modern patrol plane,the P- the air station in Sicily before avionics "Nicer, said, "The
*.iir; .5 3 Orion.To returning to Jacksonville.To maintenan' j vans can be flown to
S make sure that Or ion's sub- keep the Orions flying and support Orions anywhere in the
; killing gear is in fighting trim at their equipment operable, NAS world and be set up and i ready for
P f Lr $ ;i 1kf! the end of the patrol over the Signonella has ordered 14,000 operation in a matter of hours."
world's oceans, the air station's maintenance components.Two The 200,000 pounds of vans and
Aircraft Maintenance Depart- large generators witha equipment will ensure that the
ment here has a sent,of mobile combined weight of 8 1/2 tons Navy's Orions will be able to deliver -
vans that will enable techniciansto will supply power for the vans.. a potential knockout punch o
,keep the P 3's flying on the One generator is capable of supplying when flying as part of the Navy's
other side of the globe idefinitelyif power for all the vans, antisubmarine net anywhere in
needed. while the other will be an em- the world.
When the first Jacksonville -
based P 3 squadron begins operating -- I
out of Sigonella, Sicily, ,
the mobile will be
vans ready to
provide maintenance. They are i ij
being airlifted to Sigonella aboard j
LAST GRADS-Baslc electronics training has long been a huge Air Force C 141's to
part of the curricula of FAETULANT Det. Jax. Thousands of give technicians the equipment
fleet personnel have attended the course here but on July I, needed to keep the sophisticated ,
the course was dropped from Det. Jax' curricula. This is the planes and their electronic gear

last group of graduates from the Det. Jax course. In the future, in Built fighting at trim.NAS, Alameda, Calif._
Navy Class "A" schools will handle all basic electronics tha vans were initially outfit- I
training. ted on the West Coast before being -
shipped here for check out
I 11'5 1 and readying for deployment.The r v s oW>
self contained maintenance -
CLIPPER. SBY.SEACRAFTGATO complex will be used to repair I
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1-- power plants of the Orions.A .5
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MERCURY C 141 loaded the first
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TIME MERCRUISER
STERN DRIVES urday morning. Three Air Force ej i i
Squadrons are taking part in
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REPAIR site. The last van is scheduledto .,
What's than' SHOP be on its way Friday.
Enjoy Technicians from local patrol

Summertime* 264 9835 squadrons have received trainingin
at the lovely the use of the vans from men
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MovieSchedule SATURDAY, July 19 4

NAS: "MISSION BATAGAS"
starring Dennis Weaver and Vera
Miles. Color War Drama
WANT AD SECTIONAds
A&MA/G ((100 mins.)
HOSPITAL: "SEVEN GOLDEN
Movies will be shown nightlyat MEN"
the NAS Theater 7:30
at
p.m. should be mailed to the Holt Publishing' San
There will also be kiddie SATURDAY MATINEE Company 4747 Juan Ave. Jacksonville,
a mat- Florida' 32210, to arrive' not later than Tuesday for publication the following I Thursday.
inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be published the following. week unless the
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- NAS: "LONG DUEL" star- publisher is 'instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
day and holidays.The ring Yul Brynner and Trevor be received WITH the copy for the Qd.De .
Hospital Theater will have Howard. Color Adventure. ((102 .
one nightly feature at 7 p.m.Cecil mins.) Net Seed Cash ,
Field will have two nightly SUNDAY, July 20

shows during the week at 5:30 NAS: "BIGGEST BUNDLE OF
and 8 p.m. Matinees 'will be THEM ALL" starring Robert Rate: Mhrinun charge ((3 liaes). e . . .$2.00

shown on weekends at 2 and Wagner and Racquel Welch.

5 p.m. Color Comedy Drama. A&MY/vg Per addlitioaal liae ((4 words per liae). . e e 0.50IN
Ratings: A Adults; G Gen- ((90 mins. )
eral Audience; M Matured HOSPITAL: "MISSION BAT-
Youths; S Superior; E Ex- "
cellent ; VG Very Good; G GAS"MONDAY, July 21 CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND AUTO AIR CONDITIONING ZIG ZAG FOR $32

Good; F Fair. CNA Class NAS: "HOOKED GENERA- 'Area. 5 acres 10 acres & Window units & central units, SEWING MACHINE Original
Not Available. TION" Slate larger tracts, Terms-282-5272 serviced & repaired. Tylers Guarantee, scratched in ship -
starring Jeremy
or 282 5224. Heating & Air 4711
Conditioning,
THURSDAY July 17 and Willie Pastrone. Color Dra ment. Zig Zags, makes button-
,
Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388 holes
R/G sews on buttons. decora -
ma. ((92 mins.)
NAS: "SUPPORT YOUR HOSPITAL: "BIGGEST BUN B&B KENNELS 5161. live designs, monograms, etc.
LOCAL SHERIFF" starring DLE OF THEM ALL Boarding for dogs, cats and A "SPOT" FOR YOU Just pay balance $32 or $8 per ..
James Garner and Walter Bren- horses. 5214 Collins Road., To selected, highly capable Officers month, 4 mons. Phone 3531946$
nan. Color Western Comedy. TUESDAY, July 22 Near Orange Park, 264-9602. and Senior Petty Officers nice or day. Ask for Credit Man-

G/E ((92 mins.) NAS: "LIVE A LITTLE,LOVEA leaving the service, a leading, ager. Will deliver, no obligation
HOSPITAL: "A FISTFUL OF LITTLE" starring Elvis Pres- FOR RENT OR FOR SALE nationwide firm offers a position 1606 Main St.STEREO .
DOLLARS" starring Clint East- ley and Michelle Carey. Color Houses & Apts., Equity VA & with an income that need never
wood and Marianne Koch. Color Musical. A&MY/VG ((130 mins.) FHA resales. $100 down. Call stop climbing. A job you'll like CONSOLE COMBO
western. A&MY/G ((94 mins.) Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 264- in a choice locations.Company Take up payments on 2 month old

FRIDAY July 18 WEDNESDAY, July 23 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili- sponsored orientation to speed beautiful walnut stereo console
tary Free Notary. your transition. Write to P.O. like new. 4 speed record
NAS: 'SEVEN GOLDEN MEN" NAS: "FOR A FEW DOLLARSMORE" Box 13177, Orlando, Fla. 32809 changer combination radio.Ba-
starring Resanna Podesta and starring Clint Eastwoodand WELDING! Attn: Eastern Area Manager. lance due $64 or $8 per month,
Philllpe Leroy. Color Action Lee Van Cleef. Color West- No job too large or small.Trail- 8 mons. Phone 353 1946 nightor

Drama. G/VG ((87 mins.) ern. A&MY/VG ((130 mins.) ers, ornamental iron work, fuel WILFORD FISH CAMPIn day. Ask for Credit Man-

HOSPITAL: "SUPPORT YOUR HOSPITAL: "LIVE A LITTLE, oil stands. Westside Custom Doctor's Lake. Live crabs ager. Will deliver,no obligation.
LOCAL SHERIFF" LOVE A LITTLE" Welding Corner Lam & Lenox. and fish 264 9707. 1606 Main StreetIN
781 9482.
CLAY COUNTY

1 66 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONV. WILMAR APARTMENTS 2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved

OPEN SUNDAY 327-300 HP, Top and Int., Good. 6 Duplex, near Jax & Cecil. and graded road frontage, $1450.
Full Instruments. 4 CR rims with Furnished, $105., unfurnished per lot & up terms. Off. Ph.
5 HR 70-14 tires, 2,000 miles. $85, plus St. Tax, Newly painted 282 5272 Home 282 5224.
3882042.BY. 2 Br., Lg. Kit., Breakfast
nook, 2 car parking space,water, GEORGE'S KENNELS

THE OWNER 2 BR. sewage, garbage, lawn service Dogs and Cats boarded. Free
Included., 1 block West of the and
masonry home, real nice, ideal pickup delivery Est. 1925,
location, reasonable, furnishedor 5900 Blk. of Jammes Rd., 1/2 5085 Edgewood Ct. (Near Cas-
1OO GUARANTEE mile South of 103rd St. Call 387-
unfurnished. Ph. 765-3666 sat and Edgewood) 389 0064.
after 5:30. 2541, nites or weekends call 389-
We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In 0744.
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS
flpertlon. Then we tuned up, tightened and replaced everythingthat
needed It., And guaranteed them 1&0% for the repair or HOUSE FOR SALE $7500 Electrolux Vac. -- $15 Consoles, some with AM/FM,
-
replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 4% Int. on Bal. 2 Bdrm., CB, ALL BRANDS HOSE $6.50 tape players. At dealers cost,
mile. Come on In and double check.
to liquidate stock. Full warranty I
388-8269.
6110 103rd St.,Ph.7715028
ENGINE TRANSMISSION "REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE Phone 771 5398. .,
ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM HOUSE FOR RENT BRAND NEW

69 FORD > Ton Pickup $2495 3 BR., 2 Bath, Air Cond., Kitch. 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma SIX MILES TO C. F. NAS
V8, automatic transmission, radio fc heater DR, LR, Fla Rm. $175 Mo. 4149 chine, Left in Layaway, Balance NINE MILES TO JAX NAS
69 VW Fastback $2395 Roma Blvd. Venetia. 389-4727. $34.50 Cash or 6 pymts, $6 mo., 4120 Sharbeth Drive, E.
Radio, heater, automatic transmission.68VWDIx.Sta.Wag.. 6110 103rd St., Ph. 771 5028 Pretty 3 Bdrm, 1 1/2 bathbrick-
$2495 DRAFTED, MUST SELL Delivery with-no obligation. f ront home with modern bit In
Radio fr Heater Before Aug. 2 '67 Mustangs kit, Central Heat,Cent.Air,Fen-
make small offer on equity. 1 '69 UNCLAIMED ZIG ZAG SEW- ced yard, sidewalks, LndryRm&
69 VW Sedan $1995 V-8 A/T, PIB,W/W Exc. Cond. ING MACHINE Never used. priced $14,000. Assume 5 1/4%

Stick Shift Radio and Heater, Low Mllesll never wrecked, 20,000 mi. 2.V8 Sews on buttons, Makes button- Mtg.of$11,250.2I'k1Mtv.of
68 VW Karmann Ghia Cpe $2395 A/T W/4 Barrels, PS, Air, holes, Blind Hems Stitches,Mon- $900. with payments of $80.
Radio & Heater. Air Cond. Cregar Mags,Wide Oval.Console ogram, OvercastsNo attachment Mo. plus $22. on 2nd Mtg.
Stereo, Glass packs, shackles, necessary. Orig. Guarantee PLUS
68 VW Karmann GhiaCpe$2295Radio ordered from factory 384-2620. BALANCE ONLY$29.17 or terms We also need homes to sell. If

& Heater Air Cond. available. Call Capitol Sewing you are being transferred

67 VW Fastback $1995Radio UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Credit Mgr. 9 9 3880786. CALL:
Portable, lightweight, good (Retired Chief) Woody Cooper
&
Heater. Air Cond. New Paint!
shape. Has $30 balance or pay 1969 SINGER ZIG ZAG SEWING Associate
67 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1895Radio $8 per month. Phone 353-1946 Machine Cabinet model. Mono- CAMPBELL REALTY OF JAX
fc heater, Green (k White.
ANYTIME. Will deliver obli- INC.
no
grams, Blind Hems, Makes But-
66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1695 gation 1606 Main Street. tonholes. No attachments needed, 398-0851

5 Yr. Parts and Service. Unpaid
67 MERCURY Caliente $17954Dr. PRIVATE TUTORING Balance $62.40 or terms avail-
.. V8. A.T., PS Green State Cert. Teacher Special. In able. Call Capitol Sewing Ma CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS

68 VW Sedan $1795Radio Remedial Reading. 771-1969. ching Credit Mgr. til 9 p.m. 67 SPECIAL VW $1295.Karmann Ghia Cpe.

fc Heater67VW AIR COND. & REFRIGERATOR 388 0786. 66 T-BIrd, 2 Dr., Hardtop load-

Sedan $1495 Service. House call & auto Ser- ed. $2250. 68 FORD Torino,
Stereo New Paint. vice. 771-1605. AUTOMOBILES FURNISHED GT Fastback, Console, A/T, 2
East & West Coast. 353 3691. Dr. HT, R&H. REAL CLEAN????
66 VW $1295
Radio,heater, Sedan COTTAGE FOR RENT Call A.T. Madison, Ext. 2431or
Furn. Adults Only. $55. Lights, FOR SALE 3 BR, 2 B, BRICK 3841391.WE.
66 SI I MCA $895Radio & Water IncH. 388-3540 Built In Range and Oven, Cent. FINANCE
fli Heater Heat & Air,Den,Garage,Asstune
65 CHEV. l/2 Ton Pickup $1195 HOUSE FOR SALE 6% VA Orange Park 264 NEED EXTRA MONEY?

Ortega Conv. to NAS 3 BR. 2 2528. Wonderful opportunity.No Exper.
64 VW Squareback $1195 Ba., LR Sep. DR., Mod. Kitch. '68 COUGAR XR7-G necessary. Full or Part time.

Fenced back yd. Lg Gar. Work 100% Fact. War., Low Mile., Call NOW 771-7920.
62 VW Sedan $895 Shop. Walking Dist. to schools, Vinyl top, sun roof, PB & PS,
Radio & Heater churches, stores, on bus line. Auto trans., air., Mags,radials, 68 MODEL 2 BR TRAILERFor
62 FORD Galaxie 500 $6954Dr. Buy Equity and assume 5 3/4 lucas lamps. 389-0608. Sale or Rent. $1700. Equity
Take $400. Near Cecil 3892618.
per cent mortg. $120.25 per mo.
.
Air Cond. Radio 61 Heater
OVER SO CARS TO CHOOSE FROM Inel.T. & I.or Refinance. Owner 66 GTO LT. BLUE 67 FORD ECONOLINE
384-2813. White Int., 4 Spd.389Excel
Passenger Van $1500. Call 264-
Cond. $1550. 772-8768 or ext.
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 370 Cecil. 2770.
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean
modern trailers & Apts., 389 FOR RENT OR SALE 4 BR. 69 HONDA 90 F
3007. 2 Bath. 3 mins.from NAS, Fenced Windshield, Turn Signals, New
Cond. Save $160. 771-3211 Ext.
INC. Back yd., 7303: Midway Rd. Or- .,
VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS 8215 Cecil
tega Hills. PH. 264-4367.
3 Br., I, 1 1/2 & 2 baths $100
1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781-5511 down as low as $65 month. Callus RIDER WANTED TO PART TIME

Open Daily 8 to 8JO Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday J to 6 PM be for mailed up to date without lists obligation.that will Philadelphia. Help with driving, Man to help me in my work.
I share expenses. Leaving August Eve. Clean, interesting work.for
VANSANDT REALTY 387 -1213
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a Snoopy never trusts ah umpire. Left, he makes sure Harry

More Owens has his glasses before advancing to the plate. Below, left,

he strokes a hit, and below, receives guidance from John Brewsterand
Cecil
Willie Jenkins as to where second Is Old Men beat In Men In

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Cecil Tumbles Rival Vappers OutUpsets ,'. .G,",



I Jax to Sweep Series Mark Start of Playoffs ;:'


Jax-.Hospitaland VAP-62 opened dumping VP-16 for their first the winner is crowned depending -
Jax--The Jax Navy Fliers ran didn't prove to-be any help for action in the intramural loss 13 to 1. NARTU remained on results of the Tuesdayand
head long into a hustling, slick the Jax team. playoffs last week and Hospital undefeated by handing Hospitalits Wednesday games. Game
fielding Cecil Field team last Don Stewart hurled against showed what kind of series it first loss behind a 14-hit time is 7:30 p.m. at Mackroth
weekend and came out on the Jerry Walker of Cecil and although would be by knocking off the pow- attack, 13 to 2.Stew. Field.
short end as Cecil skunked the Stewart gave up only five erful Vappers 11-10 in nine inn- vs Von
Jax squad in a four game series.In hits he had trouble with his con- ings. In the second game Von Monday night brought the third
the first game Friday nightat trol which allowed five eventualruns McClure led his NARTU team- round of play and Admin finallygot ABSOLUTEAUCTION
Mackroth Field Von McClure to score. Walker mean- mates to an 8 to 1 pasting of rolling ousting VP-16 from the
gave up only four hits but two time, l kept the Fliers in a slump Admin behind a twohitter. VP-16 playoff 13 to 2. FICEUR eliminated -
Jax errors helped Cecil push a- by scattering three harmlesshits. pulled the second upset of the Hospital 11 to 9 and VP-45
cross three runs,and that was two The Fliers only threatof night as they ripped off a 10 and NARTU squared off in the EVERY FRIDAY 7:30: PM
more than they needed as Jerry scoring came in the fourthas to 6 win over FICEUR behind big game of the night. Don BANKRUPT STOCKSHome
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seven innings. The Fliers threat-. two outs but was left stranded FICEUR Dumps 62 Darters staff, and Von McClure, Musical Instruments
ened In a few innings but Walker as Ron Mensinger was retired The second day of play ,had ace of NARTU, each gave up' Photo Equipment
and his teammates met the with an outfield fly, and the pre-playoff favorite VAP-62 six hits but it was VP-45 that SOUTHEASTERNLIQUIDATION
challenge and hung on to post Fliers were tripped 5 to 0. knocked out of the running as was able to capitalize on the
a3to0win. The Fliers made a good showin FICEUR rapped out six hits to breaks and cross home plate five CO.
an attempt to salvage at least win 4 to 1. VP-45, after drawinga times to only a: single tally for
307 Kingsley Aue., at Hwy 17,
In the second game the Fliers one game in the finale but were bye in the first round, fulfilled NARTU. ORANGE PARKIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJM
got on the Scoreboard but not trimmed 4 to 3. its role as a favorite by Thursday could prove the night
as often as Cecil did and they Jax banged nine hits off L _______ ____ ______ __
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{ Holden Slams IJax Swim Team News I


To Net Victory Jax -- The NavyJax Swim team Haygood Diane Kangas, Chip
has plunged head first into its Myers, Ricky Wells and Julie Wi
, summer Novice League of swim thers.
Jax -- Dick Holden fired shot competition with area clubs. Four more meets are slated on
after shot with precision accuracy The summer schedule of duel the summer schedule with a
and power to down Dave >'" > meets has had theJax swimmersin championship meet on tab
' John in the battle for the Com- ''')rr J1! ,>' competition against Timuquana for Aucj. 6.
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> '." ',:'\ Country Club, St. Mary's Dol-
. Fairfax tennis championshipheld ; Anv youngsters of active or retired -
last week on theJaxNavy courts. phins, and the Alderman Park military personnel interested -
Holden and John,both from Cecil Swim Clii in joining the activitiesof
based VA 36, battled in New members of the Jax team the swim team should con-
;, sweltering heat as Holden tookit who have tasted the sweetness of tact Joan Glaraton 388 8727or
three straight, 6-0, 6-3, victory are Robbie Boone Holly Barbara Fitzpatrick, 388 -
and 7-5. Both netters have Evans, Debbie Hansen Tracy 3993.
experience in intercollegiate
competition, Holden on the courts FairJax Meet Opens Mondaytice I
for the Midies of Navy and John
for the Wildcats of Northwestern.
Holden advanced to the finals Jax -- Cecil Field is set as day over the 18 hole Cecil -
by virtue of his victoryover Paul the host site for the 1969 Com- links. The tournament wIn-
Hewitt, 6 1, 6 1, and John Falrjax Golf Tournament July21 ners will be determined after 72
downed Bob Jester 6-2, 6-3 through July 25. holes of medal play and will represent -
for his entry into the finals. Personnel on active duty for a ComFairJax in the 6ND
Frances Smith of VP 45 took period of more than 9Q days, tourney at Memphis July28-Aug.
the top honors in the Senior's Division permanently assigned to Com- 1.
by edging Alvin Marsh Fairjax or its detachment units For more information golfers
6 3, 6 4. Marsh earlier Eth; M I P A a adAS"o z and commands are eligible to should contact Bill Stott, Tour-
eliminated Otto Vogel of VP- participate in this tournament. nament director, at 771 3211
..16, 6 1, 6 3. Tournament play will be run (ext. 245)).
This week Holden and John under the rules of the USGA with
are competing in the Sixth Naval POWER SERVE-Dick Holden of VA-36 unleashes an overhand local rules explained at a brief-
District Tennis Championships at thrust that earned him the FairJax tennis title last week. ing prior to the start of the Take stock in America
Pensacola. tournament. Monday, July 21, a,7 U.&sm.,.-dt It Fr.S-. a.eS
has been set aside as a prac-

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-- The first of two roundsof Lenson Graves toured the 18
PRICE TO EYERYQNe qualifying for the Jax Navy holes. John Kennedy fired an So Of TheseIn
Golf Team were completed Sun- 84 and Vince Quillen an 86 and Many
OPEN day afternoon and three men are Robert Kunkle was high with a 96.:
tied for top honors after holes. The final 18 holes willbe play-
EVERYDAY _
r Walt Brittle, Art Mosley, andC. ed this Sunday with the top four
E. Simons all were in with from each group going on to the
99 three over par 75's and Elston Sixth Naval District meet at
SUNDAY LT Mitchell was one shot back of Memphis July 28 to Aug. 1. 0
TIL, 6f> mSURPLUS the pack at_76. R. L. Reynolds
Remodeled Courts.
was in with a 77, followed by
Dave Clark's 78. Bill Bernier Jax -- Renovation work on
GOODS remained In contention for one of handball courts #41, adjacent to
the top four berths to be filled by Mason Field, and #44, inter-
DISCOUNT STORE firing a 79 and Charles Trayerswas section of Yorktown and Mustin
11 strokes off the pace at Road, has been started and will Jacksonville
, 86. Jim Foster and Richard Bailey necessitate their closing until .
o found the course rough and July 28. Handball players may
were in at 87 and 89 use the courts located in building -
Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are
Kinder led the Senior's #44 on the west side of
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completely new car : in a community
par 76, two shots better than 300.Bob's of this sizFor instance, in what other town of less than
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pleasant drive from wherever they are, and so much easierto
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