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Creation Date: July 24, 1969
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VOL.27 NO. 18 u.. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA PKV I IDDADV JULY 24 1969

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With UNITAS X Fleet ExerciseIt's A t $ '

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"buen viaje" for the 30 fercnt South American countries The VP 45 detadiment will e xirE t "*" -.
members of the Patrol Squadron during> this period. fly the venerable SP 2H Neptune a r4
45! UNITAS X Detachment. UNITAS X is an annual fleet TheC -131 aircraft attached -
Monday this recently formed exercise involving three American to fleet Tactical Support L ,
detachment composed of nine ships one submarine, two Squadron 1 in Norfolk, Va., will _
officers and 21 enlisted men will SP 211 aircraft, and one C- provide l logistic support throughout -
depart the Naval Air btationfora 131 transport aircraft. These A- the tour.
four and one half month deploy merican forces will conductjoint Good will .
ment to South America. The detachment operations with eight different Another important aspect of ,' ,'.
will visit:=; eleven dif- South American navies. UNITAS X is the promotion of
good will between the United l
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States and the South American
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u .k .F ',i, 411'If1k people. The,air detachment will s r i' bRr W '@Y,ad

have ample opportunity to fulfill
this mission because of their
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nt close working relationship with
the South Americans. Also the
air detachment will be accom-
modated in hotels of various cit-
3 ies visited and will be constantly

a intermingling with the civilian
populace.
After departing the air station
the first stop on the intineraryis
\I San Juan, Puerto Rico. Here
the detachment will officially,
come under the operational con-
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4 nS trol of RAdm. James A. Dare
commander South Atlantic For-

ces. .
k Tours West Coast

The detachment will then pro-
ceed down the,west coast of.South
atIuhI i-- America visiting the following

countries: Columbia, Panama STAR-Maj. B.A. Greene, Marine Barracks commanding -
LCDR E.H. CUSHING--officer in charge, VP-4S UNITAS X Ecwdor,Peru, and Chile. : officer, congratulates: Cpl. Shaughnessy after presenting
Air Detachment discusses final preparations for UNITAS X Then leaping the Andes, the him with the Bronze star.
deployment with Lt. T.J. Harmon and five crew members detachment will travel up to the
east coast stopping at Argentina
Brazil Surinam, Trinidad, and Marine Vietnam Vet

Cdr. Wood Takes Helm Venezuela.Last .
stop on the tour is a revisit -
to San Juan where a post Receives Bronze Star
deployment critique will be held
Of Jax Rework Facility
Upon completion, the detadimentwill A Marine corporal attached to the Marine Barracks Guard Sec-
head back to Jacksonville. tion here was awarded the Bronze Star Medal in recognition of
NAS JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .. turn this command over to such a
his extraordinary and leadership abilities as demon-
-, Cdr. Lewis I. Wood well and courage
(July 18)) qualified competent
strated by his action in operations against the enemy in Viet-
assumed duty today as commanding officer. Early Promotions
officer of the Naval Air Rework "Possumus"And nam. Cpl. Charles P. Shaughnessy received a presidential
facility here, relieving citation for his heroic action on
Capt. C. T. Paulder.s. I envy both Cdr. Wood Okayed for 2,000Certain the morning of Oct. 12, 1968. First Marine Batallion.
Capt. Faulders. will report for and the com ma nding fleer named while he was serving as a Fire The citation reads as follows:
_ duty with the Chief of Naval Mat- to relieve him for cadi getsto Team'' Leader with Company E, "When a machine gun positionwas
erial. in Washington, D. C. hold what t consider the best navymen have been Second Battalion Fifth Marines rendered ineffective by an
Cdr. job in the Navy. I can't even haw grenade and in
from Vancouvcr,Wa::>h., slated to seW on their second enemy was
Wood is a graduate of the University begin to express my appreciation class'crows a month or two early. .August Test danger of being seized by the hostile -
of California and the Navy for all the good things that force Cpl. Shaughnessy com-
Postgraduate. Sdiool, Monterey. all of you have done for the Navy.I Those scheduled to add a new Dates Listed pleted disregarded his own safetyas
Calif. I have come to recognize that dievron on Sept. 3 6 either mov- he ran across the fire swept
lie was: commissioned as a there is nothing that this organiz- ed up to July 10 or August 16 The Navy-wide examinationsfor terrain to the emplacement. Undaunted -
naval aviator in 1050 and has ation cannot do so long as everyone advancement date. advancement in rate will by the heavy volume of
since been awarded two air heads the same direction,and Two thousand personnel in 30 be conducted next month according hostile fire, he single handedly
medals. The commander and his that Possumus' is a lot more selected ratings who took the to the following schedule: manned the weapon for a period.
family live at 2101 Hopkins St., ,than just a world here -- it'sa February Navy wide exam will Petty officer third classTuesday of twenty minutes fearlessly delivering -
Orange Park. way of life. be, or already have been, af August 5; Petty officer sec- devastasting fire againstthe
Thank you all for two memor- North Vietnamese. When
fected by this early advancementdate. ond class -- Thursday August
3,600 PersonnelThe able years." 7: Petty officer first class -- another Marine arrived to man
Naval Air Rework Facility Tuesday, August 12; and Chief the weapon, Cpl. Shaughnessy
which he now commands) performs Welcome Home Of the ,OOO. 1,500 in 1C spe- petty officer -- Thursday August nored the enemy rounds impacting -
maintenance on Navy attack Christopher Columbus cialities were promoted July 16. 14.The near him as he boldly rush-
aircraft etghtes and components Marco Polo, Ma ;ellen. All These ratings were: AC, FTB, ed across the hazardous area to
for direct support for names that will be remembered CMC, AUr. ADR AE, AG, AMU. examinations for Steward his position and led a corps -
fleet aviation units. With a workforce for counties ages I AMS, AO, ASM ATN, CT1 CTO second and third class will not man forward to attend casual-
of :it)00 people, it is North- Three other names have CTR and CTT. be administered on the above ties."
east F\! >rida's largest industrial::> joined the )pages of history The :HftO top scorers of the hospital listed dates. Instead they will The citation further slates,
operation i with an adventure that begins corpsmen[ tests will be advanced appear in a special series that "Returning to his fire team, he
GJr.XX! had been executive nn entirely new era of \ in August 10 increment. will be administered In September then directed reinforcements to
officer of the facility for exploration i The other 350: :) personnel\ to on a date to be announced the forward lines and skill -
one year before assuming' (com Armstrong, Collins and advanced August 10 instead of and will be conducted by separate fully coordinated the efforts of
mand. Aldrin, readied this I new Sept. li arc those in the following 1- correspoivJence.Waivers Marines until the North Viet -
Upon his transfer Capi. c:. T. frontier Sunday The moon ratings: DM, DTG DTP. of service (in pay grade namese attack was repulsed.In .
I Taulders Jr. extended this message is no longer a dream but a ITN. GMT, jo ML, MN, PC. may be authorized for qualified a concluding statement the
l to all: NARF personnel: reality through which men on Phi. PN. PR and TD. personnel: in all ratings. However citation reads: "S11au,-hressy's
"Today, mmaixlcr Wood relieves earth may"continue to' learn: All others including ise slated due to the brief time span courage, bold initiative and unwavering -
me as Commanding I Officer and |In turn te ldl. for 11 MS who scored below between the August! examinationsand devotion to duty at great
of NAVAn lU WH"FAG A special salute i is offered the top :MO, are still scheduled the special POJexams scheduled personnel risk were in keeping
Jacksonville. He will serve in to these courageous path for advancement\ on Sept. Ill 1111- for November, no PO.1:\ substitute with the highest traditions of the
this capacity until about Jvpiembcr )- finders. lct: there (is a further diange\ in examination! arc authori Marine Corps: of the United
I and I'm) unusually. pleased to policy. :zed. States Naval Service. :

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rp,( tne Services'

Editorial View Points .


ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

Edwards Chapel


? SUNDAY MASS9 & 11 a.m.
Are You Ready to Compete DAILY MASS11:30: a.m.

Confessions will be held on
More than ever, in today's highly competitive job market, the Sunday at 8:30 & 10:30: a.m.

unskilled and uneducated job seeker is meeting with "Sorry, we MA instead of Saturday.U. .

can't use you unless you have some training in the field," or "Sor- 4'

ry, we hire only high school graduates." S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.

One way for the serviceman tofight ,this situation is through the Lufec's Chapel

highly successful "Project Transition" being conducted by all ser
SUNDAY MASS8:00: a.m.
vices.
PROTESTANT WORSHIP
Servicemen scheduled to be released from active duty under hon SERVICES10:00
a.m.
I
orable conditions, either through retirement or completion of their

term of service, are eligible to participate in the program. PROTESTANTAll

While he has a genuine advantage over his contemporary who takes the oath of reenlistment Saints' Chapel
has not completed his obligated service, a serviceman who has not AMH2 RALPH C. SMALLEY Officer.
Executive
as administered by Cdr. R.A. Mason, VP-45
Petty Officer Smalley, a veteran of 3 years Naval Service, reenlisted SUNDAY

for an additional 6 years, July I II. Church School -9:00 a.m.
Bldg. ## 722
Junior Church -10:00 a.m.
It Happened Bldg. 722

.... Divine Worship Service 10
a.m. Bldg. Jl 750

,..:::...... Last Week Episcopal Communion 8:30
; By PHI I G.W. Burgess, VAP-62 a.m.

III ....,/7- Small Chapel Bldg II 750
IN I ../ Activity on earth shifted from port on Sunday. The Russian Junior Youth Fellow hlp5 p.m.
the everyday work routine to a craft Luna 15 began orbit- Bldg. % 722

_lC-- single attraction taking place in ing the moon.Television. TUESDAY
_
"" the heavens above the earth. Television played a large part Senior choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.
monitors worldwidewere of- the drama leading up to and Bldg. 1 0 750WEDNESDA
acquired an identifiable civilian-related job skill or the'equivalent trained to the circuit con- following the epic of man on the Y

of a high school education has the opportunity to do so by partici- nection in Houston, Texas, from moon. Newsmen around the Navigator's Bible Class 7

pation in Project Transition. the U. S. space craft Eagle on world began talking with people, p.m. Bldg. V 722 ,
its approach to the earth sate- people from all walks of life, to
six months THURSDAY
Here's how it works. Servicemen or women with up to
llite, the moon. obtain their comments on what
remaining before their scheduled separation from the service, and Christian Science Service -
Earthlings.over the free world the United States was doing. 8 ?t 750 .
who are not going to reenlist, can enroll in a variety of special on- cheered, joyously applauded, and President Nixon called the SUNDAY' p.m.Bldg.
job-training or education courses. These courses are designed to shouted the praise of man's new-
landing and first steps as "fan- Evening Worship 6 p.m.
train them for specific jobs which certain employers want to fill, est accomplishment. "Eagle has tastic, most unbelievable," Pope Bldg. i# 750
give them skills for which civilian job opportunities are good, or landed" was the comment that set Paul VI offered a prayer for TUESDAY

place them at an educational level necessary for more advantageous it off. the safe return of the "conquers Pentecostal Fellohip7p.m.Bld :; .
Later while earth watched anxiously -
!
employment. of the moon. Manypeople stat- 722
Neil Armstrong steppedout
Participation in Project Transition is entirely voluntary. But for onto, the dusty surface with ed that it was exciting, joy-

any serviceman looking ahead and not qualified to compete in the these words, "A small step for ous and even a wonderous event. ; \

civilian job market or who wants to improve his job opportunities man and a giant leap for man- All people, every whereonearth,
did indeed feel something to -
transition could be just the thing. Are you ready to compete? See kind." Following his path was ward this historic accomplish Traffic
your transition counselor. (AFIPS) co astronaut "Buzz' Aldrin, ment.
exclaiming, "Beautiful, Beauti-
r ful" Two hours and 13 min- Yet the war goes on in Vietnam ViolationsThe
.' '. utes later both men returned to where combat units made raidsin
Love the Eagle. The dreams of the the Mekong Delta and enemy following is a report of

young for "ole man moon" and action was slight. motor vehicle accidents and traf-
"green cheese" have been put fic violations for the period July
Winding man's first moon
By LCdr. George M. Sheldon, CHC to an end.Heading. exploration up will be much ex 8 through July 14.
into this event were Number of Accidents

other events more or less his- perimentation and excitement up- This week . . .7
Often chaplains hear young people say, "But we are really in toric depending upon who you are. on Armstrong's, Aldrin's and Total accidents this through
love I" What theymean Is that there Is a strong mutual attraction Collin's return from space. year
For Gloria Diaz,Miss Phillipines
July 14 . . 220.
between them, but this is not love.Each. desires to possess the other, it was most historic. She became Twenty one days will expire before Number of accidents throughJuly
and so they come to marriage. they will set foot on solid
Miss Universe 1969. Of 1968 . . . 215.
True love is a willingness togiveone's own self co another person; the 46 or more' heavenly bodiesin mother earth. They will be ex-
it is not the possessing that other person to gratify one's self. competition only she was sel- amined. Their collections of Total numberkof days since last
True love is the accepting of the other person with his faults as ected. rocks will be examined. The injury In a motor vehicle acci-

well as his good points. This is what Jesus meant when he said, "You Federal employees were givena pans, products and film that dent . . . 47.
shall love your neighbor as YOURSELF." went' up and came back down Number' of ViolationsThis
holiday in andcipatlonofthe
up- week . . 127.
In marriage as in any relationship, there needs to be selfgivingand will be examined. Newswrit- :
coming landing. Speeding. . .'. . 12.
self-acceptance before there can be any real, long lasting acceptance Other happenings were also ers will speculate, people will
of the other person. Romantic love cannot give this basis recorded. A Marine Medal of guess and scientists will know Reckless driving . .1.
for a sound marriage. The self-givingandaccepting kind of love must Honor winner, Maj. S. W. less what historians will eventually Going through stop sign. . 7.
also be present and must override the romantic love If a couple Is was killed in a motorcycle acci- write about this epic event in the Other violations . 107.
to achieve success in their marriage. dent. The USS Standjey return- advancement of man. It will no Fifty five drivers appeared
ed from Vietnam arriving in May- doubt read: "It happened that before the Traffic HearingBoardon
I I week In 1969." July 17. Disposition of the
tective shield spans across the cases Included the following:
QUESTIONSaid southern tier of the United Thirteen lost driving and park-
States. The oldest governor's mansion ing privileges aboard the station
flying the United States flag is for various periods; 29 were assigned -
Q. What is the average the residence of Puerto Rico's
age of veterans of World governor in San Juan. to complete an eighthourcourse
War II? a In remedial driving,

ANSWERSQ. A. According to the Veterans -

Administration the average age,
through a survey of over 14 mil-
lion veterans, is 49.3 years.
When and what battle JAX A.IR NEWS
did the Indian Wars of the ** ...y*'
What the most recent
Q. are -
United States end
development and
A. They ended with an Army trends in propellants r
victory at Wounded Knee Creek, j The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian enterprise newspaper distributed -

S.D., on December 29, 1890.Eighteen' A. The most recent develop- PROBLEM SOLVER -' Set each Thursday at the u. S. Naval Air Station, Jack
Medals of Honor were ment f is, it boils down the NACO Maj. Joseph W. Dailey'makes sonuille, Florida by the Holt
Publishing
won in this battle alone.Q. notes during a discussion witha Company, a private
(for Navy cool), a less corrosive. firm. All
Copy submitted'
Marine in northern I for use in the must
propellant, that doubles the life Corps, he r" JAX AIR NEWS
How many spacecraft of gunliners. RVN. Dailey will assume dutiesas forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, nor 2, NAN Jacksonuille -
hare the United States and Sergeant Major of the Ma. by ,12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News
Russia landed on the moon? rue Corps in August. Items are welcomed from
all :"llfc"; Telrpl.oi.ir, 772 31 IS
A. Combined they have land- Q. What are the latest or 1110. .
ed 23 unmanned spacecraft on trends in ship-fired guided ---.:," ";:;:"II Itrr:_

the lunar surface 17 Americanand missiles ..--r....-... ---0\ -.::..... Advertisements
6 Soviet arc Mllelled b* the' pllhllsher and queries

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I NAS lemoore Gets First A7E Corsair II// with"Gatling the Gun M ,-" 61 a six Vulcan- bar-or

reled 20 mm cannon which can

DALLAS, Tex., July 14 ed precision.The A single roll of. film can cover pour out 6,000 rounds a minute.
The U. S. Navy took delivery to A 7E can carry more get.The A 7E is the first U, S. one quarter the area of the
day of its newest aircraft, one tha 15,000 pounds of bombs or aircraft to have the new computer United States
with double the weapons delivery rockets In various combina directed map navigation Other avionics features in GIANT SWAP MEET
accuracy of any aircraft cur- tions on a single flight. Besides system. The display, linked with elude a Doppler radar,forwarde-
rently flying with the Fleet. carrying a large weapons load, the central digital computer, looking radar and an inertial JAX LARGEST FLEA
It is the A 7E Corsair II the aircraft's turbofan engine stores on 35 mm film maps of a measuring unit. MARKETAll
light attack aircraft specifically permits extremely long range and selected area of the earth cov- The A 7E is also the first
designed for precision air sup- longer loiter time over a tar- ering a million quare miles. Navy aircraft to be equipped Spaces Under Shelter
of frontline and for .. 20th and Edgewood
port
troops lM '" ii' <
'JiiH
iH If .I.'J:1 <;I !; .Jf:>.m tactical zone bombing.
The A 7E built, by the Every Sat. 9 am 6:00: pm
Vought Aeronautics Division of Sun. 9 am 6:00: pm
LTV Aerospace Corporation, is' PHONE
a highly advanced version of the 768-7058 or 768-4793
A 7A and B which have seen 3549J19RECAPS
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1967. __11I_....'''..'''''''''''.........NNNN/Ita
Vought Aeronautics President TOLW'STire: :
Forbes Mann turned the first A-

/E/ over to Cdr. Marvin Quaid, : Dc:>>.
of Houston, Commanding Officerof __11I11I11' 1
Attack Squadron 122, base
at Naval Air Station, Lemoore,
Calif., during an informal cere- : 'W ;
mony at the Grand Prairie Plant. h :
Quaid then flew the aircraftto ::
his unit. His unit,called'Cor S 95
sair College,' is the pilot training ,4 -4
squadron for the Pacific Fleet CALL:
An Integrated computer direc- N 771-9934
ted avionics system gives theA

7E precision weapons deliv- LEMOORE-BOUND..A7E, newest, most sophisticated version of Corsair II weapons system, 6324 BLANDING/ BLVD.Master .
ery accuracy. The A 7E Is heads for Lemoore.
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the first U. S. Navy light attack -
aircraft to be equippedwith
a fully integrated avionics
packages, the core of which Is a
microminiaturized digital com-

puter.
The A 7E is the first U. S. ....
Navy aircraft to be fitted witha iT '

HeadsUp Display, a computer :
electonics devlice -
oriented
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which presents continuous solu- I '
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Job Openings SeverancePay


RegsModified

Listed for CiviliansJaxMerit


MPB No. 82-69
promotion oppor-
tunities currently open for receipt Planner & Estimator (Public i
of applications are listed Works Structures) Area of con- ;'_ 31 The U. S. Civil Service Commission -
below. The area of consideration sideration same as above. Open has changed its regulat-
and closing date of each are continuously with first cut-off tions governing severance pay

shown. date today. to avoid hardships to employees

MPB No. 80-69 MPB No. 83-69 L occasioned by an earlier amend-
ment to its severance pay regula
Aircraft Electronics Worker. Aircraft Instrument Mechanic. tions. .
Area of consideration: NAS Jax, Area of consideration: Same as The new admentment will allow
NARF, NATRU, COMFAIRJAX, above. This position open con- for
'
14: severance employees
y pay separated -
FAETULANT Det. Jax, Naval tinuously.
from the service in con-
Hospital, Navy Commissary MPB No. 84-69 nection with a transfer of func-
Stores Navy Recruiting Office,
reduction in force
when
yion or
Fleet Weather Facility, Disease
Aircraft Instrument Worker.
Vector Control Center and Regional This position will be open con- E6 C they decline reassignment to a
: position In another commutingarea
Storage Management Of- tinuously with the same area of
if the
fice. Position will be remain P' even agency offersto
open. open consideration as above. f/1./ pay transportation and house-

hold moving expenses.
MPB No. 81-69 MPB ,Bo. 86-69 The earlier amendment to die

Accounts Maintenance Clerk, regulations prohibited severancepay
GS-4. Area of consideration: Clerk Stenographer GS 4. if the employee declined to
Same as above. Applications for Area of consideration same as I:\ accept a position of like sen-
this position will be accepted. above with a continuous open- ... iority, tenure and pay another
continuously. ing. First cut-off date is today. 'IWISE commuting area when the agency
offered to pay transportation and

OWL--James N. Briggs receives the Wise Owl Club Pin household moving expenses in

.. from Capt. C.T. Faulders, NARF commanding officer. Briggs connection with a transfer of

-r..... was wearing safety glasses when he was struck by flying functions.
0 metal near his eyes. The safety lenses protected his eyes and
sight from permanent or temporary damage. This is the second Members of Congress and
time Briggs has received the Wise Owl award. several federal agencies petitioned -
the Commission to modifyor
cancel the amendment because -
Your Social SecurityOne it worked a hardship on
the lower grades. They contendedthat

out of every five American are the responsibilities which go the provision created a hare
'z9cc SKIN DIVING
wh
families will move this year. hand in hand with your rightto severance pay to employees
were not free to move,becau ,
will be thousands receive social
Among these moving a security
AND of social security benefi- check.MOTHER'S. of economic, family, and like :

SURFING CENTER ciaries. Some are going to California reasons. ;\
some to Florida, and
others only across town. No New Law Allows4Overpayment .
St. Johns Ave
4591 384-3655 13637 Beach Blvd.246-6729
far
matter how you're giing, '1
HOBIE SURFBOARDS moving Involves many tasks; "
notifying the gas company, the Waiver

[ U.S. DIVERS AQUA LUNG; CO.FULL dishes telephone and company so on into, packing the night.If the.

( LINE UNDERWATER fiJ) you're receiving a social Washington -- Federal em- ,those above $500. .
It--III _' 1IMIWIIItW______ security dIeck,there's one detail ployees may apply for waiver of A request for: waiver of erroneous -
SURFBOARDS that shouldn't overlooked, Be erroneous payments of pay occurring payment of pay may be
sure you notify your social security through administrativeerror initiated by directing a requestto
office of your new address.If provided there is no Indi- the agency which made theer-
BIG you give them the informationby cation of fault or lack of good reneous payment.
the 18th of the month, your faith on the part of the employee -
social security check will arrive or other interested person. following waiver action by the
SALE!! right on time next month at your Public Law 90-616, approvedlast agency\ theGeneralAccounting
new address. If you can't let October was enacted to Office, as appropriate, the em-
the social security office know by provide for such waivers. Any ployee must apply within two
the 18th, not ivy the post officetoo significant unexplained increasethat years to the agency for refund of
so they can forward your would require a reasonableman any amounts previously repaid.
dieck to your new address. It's to make inquiry ordinarily Tills information is containedin
not hard to do; just write, tele- precludes waivers. Comptroller General's Bulletins -
phone, or visit your social se The claim have risen
must out 152040 and 158422: Dec.26,
&Ti curity office located at 400 West of
ton CViffayE1JJacksonville's an erroneous payment of pay
; 11X18, addressed to all agencies
Bay Street in Jacksonville. occurring on or after July 1, which forwarded the standardsset
They'll be glad to help you make I960, except that waiver action forth ,
in Federal Register
the change. may not be taken more thanthree
f Volume :a J3.Inquires.
Notifying social security of years after discovery of the erroneous -
your new address will help them payment of Oct..21, 1971, related to waivers of
get your check to you withouta whichever is later. overpayment of pay should be
long delay and avoid the (possibility Pay includes salary, wages, directed to Richard H. Clark!
of losing it. Prompt receipt compensation, premium compensation Claims Division, U. S. General
of your' monthly check can payment of accumulatedand Accounting Office, Washington,
make the difference between a accrued )leave and severancepay. D. C. Code p2D!), Extension 4181.
pleasant move or one full of .
worry and concern.A Under the act and implementing -
change in your address is standards, employ agenc- JAX'S GREATEST
Newest only one of several events which ies are authorized tota! each beneficiary should promptly action in case involving $.500 or FURNITURE
MOBILE HOME PARK report to social security. Re- less, and the Comptroller
-- \... Phone: 772-0260 771 8987 (Evenings) porting events such as returningto General is authorized to exercise VALUES!
I' work, or a change of name waiver in all cases including WHOLESALE
Large Lots With Concrete Patio .
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\ .;1 10' x 40'. Paved Off Street PRICE. TO EVERYONE

Parking. Free Water, Sewage .
and Garbage Service. ( ''QPEH.eVERY' .
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Mobile Home living in mind. We're proud of "Our

Village." Won't you come see us? 8 PM to 2 AM Dance to ANY
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I Civilian Awards and Promotions



JAX -- Civilian In many area Kennedy Richard D. Hoffman ic, and in some cases advanced
of the station have received pro- R. B. Lungille and Olen Ward courses: Chrles Meyer, Mir- ,r ,
motions
and awards recently., received 10 year pins.Supply garet Christoffenson,Jane Smith

Data Processing Joseph Andrecchio, Mary Jones, _
Hickman Dye, Joseph Zilbert, -
James of Ecklof, Claire Tesonlaer Daniel M. Sharpe and Ken Martha Day, Paul McMure and :!: _
the
Comptroller Branch received neth Wilkins were each given a George Atchley, Doris Chapman, I
promotions. Also C. M. quality step increae. Paul Munkhof, Lawrence Roth
Kennedy, Blaise Castelli, R. Sarah Luckie Dora Shelkfsky and r
Lungllle, and at the Supplybranch Navy ExchangeA Laura Holt. .. Marra.
Lorraine Cappiello, Elmer 20 year plague was awarded Also completing courses were ,
Hendl. Julius Ratez, and D. E. _
to Mildred Zelanski. Many Doris Burgess Harold Rutledge ,
Flory, Joyc e Baggarely, Edith Navy Exchange personnel com- Pasquala DiTursi, Haxel Butts ),'
Stanley and Delbert A. Williams plete Navy Exchange corres Virginia Abernathy, Ruby Braun '\"" .
received promotions. pondance courses to better serve Virginia Hollis, Louise Ann 'o
Joyann Jordan sifcmitted a beneficial 'the Exchange Patrons. The following Mary Winstead,Rae Quanerman, .- '
suggestion and C. M. 'persons have finished bas- James Shullar, Bernice Robertson -

Joann Galloway, ,John Col- t
lier, Audrey Fletcher, Evelyn VrrJ q. '' 1ALL
Kent, Alice Harris and Leonard
Ringler. a


Polio iBSBraace

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Coverage Deadline OVER--Frank J. Lurenz receives 20yearpln from Capt..
L.W. Graves on the day of his retirement. Lurenz, who served

July 25 has been set as the with Public Works' Maintenance Division also received a retirement
deadline for enrollment In their watch before leaving his job for the last time.
station's Polio Insurance Group.
f JaY a a. Complete coverage for em- Incentive Award Plan
p ployees who enroll for the first

time will become effective August
8. Those renewing their policiesby Guidelines
OverhauledJax
+ July 25 will have continuous

coverage.A .
family contract, covering -- The Office of Civilian Superior Accomplishments, has
husband wife and all dependent Manpower Management has set also increased for recommendations -
children under 21 costs $4 per up guidelines for the recent approved after July 1.
uear. A policy covering only changes In the Incentive Awards The amount of the award Is
x the applicant cost $2 per year. Program initiated by the Civil still based on the employee's
_; The program pays up to $10, Service Commission.Cash grade or pay level and his Increased -
_____ _ The program pays up to awards have been raised from a minimum$100
$10,000 for each sobered family for tangible benefits and savings.To to $150. Th e maximum has
member for treatment and care be eligible for an award on jumped from $300 to $350.A .
caused by polio. Included are tangible savings, there now must new NAS Jax notices on the
s hospital expenses, medical service be a minimum saings of $250. program said the local Incen -
iron lung rental, nursingcare The minimum cash award has increased tive award committee will now be
and transportation. from $15 to $25. The required to plan,evaluate and review -
Applications and premiums for award for the first $1,000 of sav- the laval program. The
those renewing policies or en- ing has. increased from $50 to committee will also reOiew con-
rolling should he given to the $100. troversial or large award recom-
3 >k st following representativesNARF, The award scale for job per mendations and establish local

Mrs. Burmeister, Mr. O'Connell, formance, previously known as goals.
DPD, Ruth McCellan Comtroller -
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Louis Hysmith; Admin, Mrs.Roberts -
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VP-45_ Officer Makes It No. 12Not L t

many Navy personnel,pre- to Lt. (Og) in the office of Cdr. vice schools before returning to
': sent or past, ca'n claim they've W. H. VP
Saunders, 45 com- NAS Jacksonville, reporting a -
.. served in 12 separate pay grades manding officer. board' VA 85. Since then, he
h;, brand new Lt. (jg) George C. Rogers Joined the Navy in 1945in has served with 10 Navy squad- _
; Rogers, VP-45 assistant Jacksonville and worked. rons, including VP -16 and VP-
;.; maintenance material control officer temporarily at the NAS Jack 45 at NAS Jacksonville. jt ,.
'
can. sonville Overhaul and Repair Starting as a Seaman Ap .-
\ The 40 year old native of Facility. He then went through prentice, Rogers worked his
if Lumber City, Ga. made it number recruit training at Bainbridge, way up through he enlisted ranks
12 when he was promoted Md. and attended several' 1 ser till he attained E 8 status as

.ff an ADCS. He was then accepted -
for the warrant offi -
cer program In December 1965 4
'I and served as a W -1 and W 2
1L. He applied and was selected for
the Limited Duty Officer Pro- / f# P'
//r
and to ensignIn
gram was promoted VV
.: July 1968. ___ < ;
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During his rise through the enlisted p
structure: Rogers servedas

;: an aircrewmen on three typesof ...
:4 aircraft -- the C 47, C-
54 and C 121, flying as flight
: .ti.t engineer on the latter.
Retirement is not included in V jVVL
his plans at the present, so it's V
possible the Rogers will add one
x or more promotions to hi al GOOD WORK--Capt. Kennedy presents plaque and letter of
ready commendable list. appreciation to Mrs. Nelson, NATTC librarian.


i' HOW MANY MORE ?-VP-45 Assistant Maintenance Control

' Officer George; C. Rogers receives Congratulations from Cdr..
i' W.H. Saunders, squadron commanding officer. I NATTC: Behind The SceneOver I

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4j 65 friends were presentat ing story hours for the entertainment AO"B" School Graduation
f1'. a luncheon held in honor of of the children in the air
I Mrs. Nelson, our librarian.MRS. station nursery. She often held Graduation ceremonies were
\ Nelson retired from Federal ser- open house for the children to held for AO "B" School, Class
fr, :' \ 904, on July 15 with 1st Lt. C.
vice on July 18th after spendingmore introduce them to the workings
than 17 years at NATTC and joys of a library. R. Soldner presenting the cer
and more than 24 years with the Mrs. Nelson helped not only tificates. AO' C. W. Gibsonwas
Navy. the children of the area, but the given a lighter with the
., During the luncheon Capt.Ken- many students who have passed school crest on it for being Hon-
nedy, commanding officer, pre- through NATTC during her ten orman with'an average of 85.50.
sented her with a command plaque ure. This help was recognizedin Gibson has been selected to become -
and a letter of appreciation. a letter of commendation pre- warrant officer on August
,.., .. She was also presented with a sented to her on June 19, 1959 1.
gold clock and desk set,and other for her assistance to the com- Others who have already re-
k I gifts from the many friends she mand and the Aviation Ground schooling are Chief D. E. Wil-
: had made at NATTC. Officer students. The letter star son who attained his new rankon
Mrs. Nelson introduced her relief ted that their success was due 16 July and A02 K. W. Mc-
\ i Mrs. Hardy Batchelor, who in large measure to her know- Cullough who will be promotedto
/
/ i came to Jacksonville from Fort ledge of professional and 'tech :AO1 on 16 September. -
I Bragg, North Carolina,Mrs.Batchelor's nical books and her advice. Leadership School Graduation
:
husband is a captain stationed As Capt. Kennedy expressedIt '
at the Army Recruitnng in his letterof apprecia The NATTC Leadership School
Main Station here. tion, NATTC extends its "appre- held graduation ceremonies at
VAP-62 AWARD-As part of Mrs. Nelson's naval career included ciation for your kind and valua- King Hall on July. 18. The
SPACIOUS k PEACEFUL the ceremony for the VAP-62 positions as librarian at ble service," and wishes you graduation address was given by
MARSHALL ACRES change of command a presen the Naval Hospital, Asbury Park, "many years happiness in your the Executive Officer, Cdr. F. J.
9359 103rd StreetJacksonville's tation was made by RAdm. R. New Jersey, and as District Librarian well earned retirement." Klinker, who also presented diplomas -
newest G J. Stroh. Aviation Structural for the Seventh Naval to the 13 graduating stu
most modern mobile home Promotion
Mechanic Chief Clarence A. District in Miami and the, Jack- dents.
community is now open for sonville. When the Seventh and Congratulations gotoNATTC's Capt. G. E. Dudley, NATTC
your lots.inspection. Large 44 .r7S' Herron was presented a letterof Sixth Naval Districts were con- brand new ensign,Thomas Lap- dental officer,presented the Hon-
commendation for outstanding

solidated she was retained as pin. He was promoted to Ens. orman diploma to DN James M.
ONLY $35 PER MO. service while serving with District Librarian for the Sixth from WOO in ceremonies con- Rainey, who had a 95.7610
Swimming poof', tennis court Carrier Air Group-10 onboardthe Naval District until October 9, ducted by Capt. Kennedy. on July average. Rainey was also the
shuffleboard court, I n I n Q USS Intrepid, CV A-II. 1951 when she began her tour as 16. Company Commander.
pit picnic' built for your en AMSC. Herron was aircraft NATTC librarian, helping to establish Lappin, who has the distinctionof Airman David C. Luckett, of
joyment. Act Today! call: Check Crew Supervisor in the library here. One of being NATTC's only ensign, VP-16 wus the platoon leader
EL VERANO MOTOR
COURTMr.
F. S., Martin, Manager charge of 12 A4C Douglas Mrs. Nelson's more important was selected under the LDO Pro-
"Skyhawk" aircraft during the contributions was her assistanceto gram with an aviation maintenance -
35f 2924For the children of the
Southeast Asian cruise. area. designator. He is currently .,
Full DetallaWWWUW She was the instigator of the assigned as Phase Officer
children's section in the libraryand for Phase 0 and I of the AE "A"

_..... --1..111"1111111-IIIIIIIIIIIU'UIIIIIU"" 11I....._ was very active in resent- School. 11

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I:' Prolific Pigeon Presents Perilous Perplexity \. : ;


By Jackie I Kobus : _

Jax-- In this age of plastics] ity Assurance branch tie was spotted the bird and nest. lie time before safety wires was survive without them. A jet '
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and synthetics, there's hardly trouble-shooting; an aircraft engine moved in close and:! the pigeon ever dreamed of and they will engine won ti I
anything man can't build or do. in Hanger 140 when he spot- remained perched as he snappeda
And it ,seems as though nature'sown ted a pigeon swooping down and picture. lIe then gently removed -
aircraft have turned to syn- picking up a piece, of wire on the bird and found two 4 4
9
thetic materials to build their the hanger deck.Workmen eggs in the nest. He photographedthis
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homes. explained to Sechrest too. Then,fearing the wrathof {
Things have gotten so sophisticated that the pigeon was using the the local bird-watchers he -, ,
that the pigeons around wire to build a nest in the stanch- walked away and waited about five vl d
the Naval Air Rework Facility ion of the hangar. minutes until the bird returneeto I
have quit playing the ageold Curiosity took hold of Sechrestand the bird nest and'took another .
game of pick-up sticks, and have up he went into the upper picture to prove that no harm
begun to build their nests with part of the hangar, armed witha had been done to the bird or +, yl
the by-products of man's in- camera, to see just what was her future offspring.
genuity.Or going on.Following. Sechrest then found a prize.
at least so it seems to the path of the pigeon Another nest, built also of wire, ,.4P
Tracy Sechrest of NARF's Qual- by way of a ladder, he had been abandoned and: he pickedit

_. .. _. .
-- -.pY-8 rw.- y up and carried itdownwithhim.Once
i :s again talking with the

.!i Xt T' found workmen that of the Hangar pigeons 140Sechrest quite com- : ,7

4 monly flew down 'to the hangar
t'
qrk i deck, often right to the feet of
the workmen, and gathered ma-
terial for building their nests.
Sechrest placed the nest of wireon i
> 1Ip1 display. The Ingenuity of the -
G 7fas pigeons in building such a nest PIGEON INGENUITY-- has woven discarded NARF safety
4 sparked a lot of conversation.But wire into a work of functional modern art. The pigeons pickup

what about the unseen the carelessly discarded wire and carry it to a safe place,
danger? The danger of Foreign building their nests in which young will be born and cared for.
Object Damage (FOD). "
''' v' f' Everything material,no matter
'
in
'New Management'Presented
<, a c Techniques
; how small, Is (potential for FOD.A .
= '
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ya cigarette butt, a nut or a
rr bolt, or a safety wire. by AFMA SpeakerThe
< ,fi, On the ground there is the
danger of the object being suckedup
LOFTY RESTING PLACE-.for this pigeon Is high above an intake vent. And: thereis Armed Forces Manage- Hempson, SC., prior to his trans
the working area of NARF's Hangar 140. The bird, who has ( danger of the object becoming ment Association Meeting met fer. Uempson was presented a
produced two eggs, snuggled within the safety wire nest, can- airborne, as is the case of the July 17, in the Officer's Club, plaque for his service to the
not be disturbed from her determined maternal duties.FREEMAN'S nest made of wire. with Asa B. Gardiner as the guest Association. Acting presidentfor
Once airborne, the object could speaker. AFMA will be HershelC.
be dropped into a crucial part Gardiner, of Jacksonville Uni- Chesley of NARF.
of the aircraft. Possible result? versity related his topic of"New
Scratch one $2 million aircraft. Techniques in Management"withmany NAS Officer
The moral (is old and simple.An amusing anecdotes as he
c ounce of prevention is wortha told of the new era just around
pound of cure. Don't let FOD the corner in personnel manage Will Report
f occur. Clean up. ment. The major thrust of his
I The pigeons i survived a long speech was for the reorganization Harvard
; r of management levels, inr- To
r der that more personnel can become -

.;. 1\ : '.: KINGSLEY AND MOUND ST. involved In the direction of Lt. D. W. Hall, NAS Fleet Sup- _, ,,:, '.
; ORANGE PARK, FLORIDA IIJ the company's work power, port Division Officer, will be
,- changing much of the (potential leaving( the air station next month
SUMMER RATES a energey into greater produc- to attend post graduate coursesat
Mon.-Fri play from 10 AM 6 PM for $I J tionlevels. Employees will help Harvard University.The .
: Kid's Day Sat. 10 AM til 2 PM 50* 0 pm decide the proposed scope, dire- lieutenant will earn his
) ction and of work. Par- in business administration -
program masters degree
Reg. Hrs. 10-11 l Sun. I I-II 1 1
ticipant management may becomethe while on duty under
Special Rates for Groups & Parties mgOf key for many companies when instruction. After he has com-

" PHONE: 264-580 1 the program makes for sound decisions pleted the 21 month Harvard[

i and is economocally fea curriculum, Lt. I Hall plans to continue -
sible. his tour in the Navy.A .
July was the last AFMA meeting native of Bloomington Ind.
I for it's president Capt. D.A. Lt. Hall is a graduate of Purdu
t&TNIN WRONG,6ARGE? University. lIe currently residesin

1 N 4i New E-3s Orange Park.
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'; ; ; ABSOLUTEAUCTION Six WAVES and four sailors
4 I. were advanced to E-3 July !0'I
and one WAVE will sew on her /JAILOR
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new stripes in September.The HAVINGIPECIALS
EVERY FRIDAY, 7:30: PM new seamen and airmenare
BANKRUPT STOCKSHome : SN Diana E. Dozier; TN
FumIthings Clothing Emmanuel A. DeCastro; AN RuthE.
Musical Sporting Instrument; Good. I Hanson[ ; AN George C. llilde-
Photo Equipment grand; SN Alice L. Talley; SN 66 CHEVROLET. $1495
SOUTHEASTERNLIQUIDATION William C. Oellerich; SN JeaniK. IMPALA 4-Door Hardtop -
: QUESTION: Watkins; AN David R.Sample; V"8, Auto trans.,
Power steering, R&II.||
CO. SN Vicki L. Williams; and SN NICE!

Whit do you call a 307 J Kinflstey Ave, at llwy 17, Alice L. Wilson.SN 65 PLYMOUTH. $1295
ORANGE PARK Kathy Strange will join the FURY HI 4'Uoor Hard'
Polynesian knife new E-'ls: in September.MOBILE top, Air cond., Power
steering, Auto trans.,
KGM. (,LEAN'
dancer who carries
64 CHEVROLET. $1295
Y .SUPER .SPORT"
this? r 327" V-R, Auto
trans., Vinyl 'lop.
1.i 1. HOMES 63 BUICK . $895
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...Has computerized grading system that makes it pos- CONTINENTAl.
II sible to Finance E3s, in Fact just About Everyone. LOADED') !'
POLYNESIAN FLOOR SHOWS NIGHTLY
Bring your Housing Problem to..ABCMOBILE 50 MORE TO CHOOSE FROM
:SOME; BELOW WHOLESALE

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(A"'C. I'SN. Ret.)

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7 Officer's Club STARTS
will be
appearing as follows: On
Happy Hour at the Officer's stage tonight will be Messengersof
Club will 'be from 4:30: p.m. toG the Masses; Tomorrow night
' fc p.m. Tonight through satur- will be Phil Cay and the Chan-
E\\ day. Sunday will feature a famIly tels; Saturday and Sunday the club rmsf m DISCOUNTS pI/AATM/NT/TORIe
|4 buffet from 6 to 9 p.m. will present the ChantelsCame-; : HRH m FAIHIOMIrniT
'*': Dine on "Beef and Burgnudy" lots; Appearing Monday will be m VAIUII
I or the "Champagne the Crescendos Ate
Special"Saturday ; Tuesday night COME
.
1 f: and dance to the music you'll dance to the sounds of the i
of Johnny Jelinek beginning at Hot Water Blues: and returning
t.' 8:30 Wednesday will be the Messen-
p.m.Acey Duecy Club gers of the Masses. WHITE

r Music by the Four Clubs will CPO Club

be the main attractions tomorrow Tomorrow night the CPO Club _
K.I; night and Saturday the club will will feature Tommy Brooks, and ?+ \\ \
"''' provide feature entertainment by on Saturday the entertainment

\' Sid Roberts. You won't want to attraction will be Tommy C. Tarleton Long Life!)
miss "Game night" Saturday or FRAHighlighting
, 'i 4 the "Hillbilly Weekend" which
':'l the music of the Eight Balls will the weekend at
"I,, the FRA will e a fish fry on j.
provide. Saturday and the appearance on ; SHEETS
( Bluejackets Inn stage of jim Mann and the Good- T TOuR
I';: This week's live entertainment timers on Sunday.

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A Stop Towards Citizenship TERRY FRINGED OUR HICt EVERY 13.lt OAT y


I, A reenlistment in the Navy is for reenlisting was an opportunity BATHTOWELS
never considered to be a routine to become a citizen of theI 4 H'ixU'ift.Rg. Vx17'4Et. ..
I event. The sailor who re-ups United States.Quitoriano. f
4 may choose to make the Navy reenlisted July 16. 32.97.,. ZOeOO R.g. 37.97. 29.88]
a career for many reasons. The He is a member of Patrol Squad
Navy offers incentives cash ron 7 and Cdr. C. II. Stratmann, Rich, dp viicoie rayon loop pl'el' Completely
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',', bonuses, choice of schools, squadron skipped, officiated at 1 4 9 I' ill*rugs alto available I
;' choice of duty station,'or an opportunity the ceremony.
'" for the sailor to seledt The Philippine native now has
a specialized type of work. the opportunity to gainhis American Absorbent cotton terrytowel.1
In the of SD3 C. citizenship. He presently a I Assorted screeni
:, case George i t prints I Slight,Irregular!
:, Quitoriane one of the reasons resided in Jacksonville with his 1
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ALL THE WAY...AQF2 Ronald E. LaFleur of Nashua New
SMALL BUT SASSY...Little but I'm proud, "Super Spook" seems to be telling sweptwing Hampshire, found his rate worth $7 thousand at variable re-
warbirds of a somewhat similar feather. The Pitts Special, handbuilt by Ltjg H.M. Gaipin, was enlistment bonus time, so he figured it was also worth the
part of a static display.A7 extra five bucks his home state charged to reserve those valuable -
s letters for his VW. He'll be instructing at Cecil NAM-
Valions TRADETS. (Photo by William Burkett)
I

Host Dependents

NAS CECIL The Valionsof jockeys June 29.
VA 15 held their first open Along with the static and fly-
house here since disestablishment bq displays of the A 7, their CECil
as an A 4 squadron and wives and dependents got to see Zi
resurrection as Corsair II the '"Super Spook"', an experi-
mental Pitts special Biplane
handbuilt by Ltjg H. M. galpin
squadron intelligence officer.
HONDA The visitors made the most of 1
good weather for the occasion,
and saw a diamond flyby,high and
Meters t Cycles C*.. low speed single aircraft passes,
and simulated air togroundweapons -
4949 Blanding 771.8244 delivery.
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l. I INOT WHAT IT SEEMS.Ed Groff Special Services Officer:'
: (r) and Sharon Arnold, station librarian watch as sailors! lis:
You HILP ThroughThe ten-not to Apollo, but to tapes feeding into 8-track cartridgesfor
'... r... auto use. Or is it rock records onto tape? Or tape onto
.. ,:".fit.:, RID CROSS tape? Or a verbal letter home? The new equipment, available
'.. during standard library hours of operation, can do everything, J
I, When You Give except cut a record. Do-i t.yourself sound technicians need only

The UNITED WAY buy blank tapes and show up to start building a private tape
library.
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extra pay call' tt f mjf CONDITIONERS jj1j@ttf & Freedom Shares
"r NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES 11;$;;;;
HFC ; ;t m NEW 8 USED TV SETS J tf ....---------_.
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1 I j 1 \ NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITER \\@Y j r A .A ff .

-.I" ::::::;::;::: Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms ::;:;::;:: '.A '\\'{ :'

r1\j\\ \ Hrs 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come Ind Browse j\j\jj\jjj\\ \ : ..\it{ i r' ::
When it's a long way to pay day and a sudden

expense comes up, give Household Finance a 5326 WescoMttt it 103rd 771-0750 MOTORS :

call. The military specialist at the HFC office ..,," ._......-..------ IV ... I
base knows how to solve 1
near probe
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lems whether you need help paying bills, buying 1 UsedVWs
a better 'car, taking a leave. And he'll tell I Reasonable II

you the cost of your loan before you borrow. BELIAIRAPARTMENTS I STATE INSPECTED
When a money need can't wait'tn pay call, get :

on the horn to Household Finance. I CARS---- :,

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, $ 164 DODGE. . $690 I
Need to 6OO?
up 1 2Dr. H.T., Dart I

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164
CHEVY II.$690 U
Apply for your loan by phone, 1 2Dr. Auto trans. 1p
we'll supply your loan by mail WHILE UNDERCONSTRUCTION 63 FALCON. . $440 .
I Futura 2Dr. 1I
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Auto trans. .
, .161 FORD. . $190 '
2 & 3 Bedroom 1 2Dr. I
60 '
CHEVROLET. $190 .
25 West St. Phone 355-9683 I
Forsyth : 2-Dr. I
Family Apartments
Cedar Hills Shopping Center I We Buy-Sell-FiHQHce. I

3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 1 I
Locate So. of Hwy 21, 16566 Normandy:
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone 398-4541
: Eist of Rollair Shopptag Center : Boulevard Ii

I Penman Plaza Shopping Center in I
convenient Clay County
: : 1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 i 781 '- 4978Page .

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MoviesMovies HOSPITAL: "NO WAY TO "

TREAT A LADY" ,.
e1Sao Q
will be shown nightlyat C WANT '
AD SECTIONAds
the NAS Theatre at 7:30 p.m. may,.... .: .
There will also be a kiddie mat- .. :'" .1-\:
inee at 2 p.m. Saturday anda

regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville,
day and holidays.The Florida 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication' the following Thursday.Ads .
Hospital Theater will have arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. WActtC WA1 a 'AftfYf publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
Cecil Field will have two nightl be received WITH the copy for the ad.Do '

shows during the week at 5:30 and Train to become
a
8 p.m. Matinees will be shownon Net Sead Cask
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. SPORTSCASTERUnder
Ratings: A-- Adults; Gen-- the GI Bill!
General audience; M--Mature For information dial Rite: MiRinvn chirio ((3 hiss). a . . $2.00


Youths cellent;; VG--Very S--Superior Good; E--Ec-; G-- 356-8351 Per edditioHil HBO ((4 words per liio). . e 0.50

Good; F--Fair; CNA--Class
not available.

THURSDAY, JULY 24
NAS "THE GREEN SLIME" WILMAR APARTMENTS NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS Electrolux Vac. -- $15
: Robert Horton and 6 Duplex, near Jax & Cecil. Consoles, some with AM/FM, ALL BRANDS HOSE $6.50

starring Luciana Paluzzi. ,Color science (ian zi a n Furnished. $105., unfurnished tape players. At dealers cost, 6110 103rd St.,Ph.771-5028
fiction. G/FG. ((102 mins.). $85, plus St. Tax Newly painted to liquidate stock. Full warranty!
HOSPITAL: "FOR A FEW ( ) .J/ 2 Dr.. Lg. Kit., Breakfast Phone 7715398.. BRAND NEW
DOLLARS MORE" starring Clint 1 nook 2 car parking space,water, 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma .
I'it1as lawn service FOR RENT OR FOR SALE
garbage
and Lee Van Cleef. sewage chine, Left in Layaway, Balance
Eastwood & included., 1 block West pf the Houses & 'Apts., Equity VA & $34.50 Cash or 6 pymts $6 mo.,
color western. A MY/VG. San Juan at Niblick 5900 Blk. of Jammes Rd., 1/2 FHA resales. $100 down. Call 6110 103rd St., Ph. 771 5028
((130 mins). Phone 384 4406 mile South of 103rd St. Call 387- Powell or Mills, USN Ret.264- Delivery with no obligation. "
SATURDAY, JULY 26 2541 nites or weekends call 389- 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili-
0744. tary Free Notary. 1964 FORD GALAXIE 500
NAS "NO WAY TO TREATA J J. 2, G 3 Bedrooms
: Garden Type Apartmentswith LADIES I PB, PS, Auto/trans., Air, Beau-
LADY" starring Rod Steigerand Country Club VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS Sell Mink Oil Cosmetics and tiful. $800. 3398 NAS 771-2386.
Lee Remick. Color suspense Atmosphere 3 Br., 1, 1 1/2 & 2 baths $100 Wigs, Nationally adv. in Life
comedy. A&MY/VG.((102 mins.). Kitchens equipped with G-E down as low as $65 month. Callus Vogue etc., part or full time, Leaving the Service? We'll be
HOSPITAL: "THE GREEN Ranges & Refrigerators for date glad to start on Second
up to lists that will free training, fun job top pay. you your
SLIME" Individual Air Conditioningand be mailed without obligation. Call Maria Wilhelm KOSCOT- Career. Earnings from Good to
FRIDAY, ,JULY 25 Heating by G-E VANSANDT REALTY 387 -1213 Dist. 3985906.ZIG Excellent. Some Location Pref-
Drapes furnishedWall erences. Ambition & Independence -
NAS: "HELL IN THE PACI- to Wall Carpeting and ZAG FOR $32 desirable if otherwise
WAITRESS WANTED I II!
FIC" starring Lee Marvin and Large Swimming PoolSUNDAY Good pay Good hours. Call SEWING MACHINE Original qualified. Write to Regional Director -
Toshiro Mifune. Color drama. Guarantee scratched 2911 Road
781-9818,10 a.m. 5 In ship McCoy
p.m. ment. Zig Zags, makes button- Orlando, Fla. 32809.
holes, sews on buttons decors -
1fOPEN FOR SALE CPO UNIFORMS tive 1965 HONDA 150
designs, monograms etc. cc
o Greens & Khakis Size 41 Just pay balance $32 or $8 per Street machine. Call 264-5045
Reasonable 264 6978 or Ext.
month, 4 mons. Phone 353-1946\ ( after 5.
2351/2352.
nlte or day. Ask for Credit Man-
CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS ager. Will deliver, no obligation OIL PAINTINGI
'68 FORD TORINO GT Fastback 1606 Main St.STEREO will teach you all you need to

Console, A/T 2 D, HT, CONSOLE COMBO pieces.know to $30 create for your 3 months.own master-Studioof
R & H. REAL NICE!II! $2295.
Take up payments on 2 month old
Eve IAN Call after 1200
1OO% GUARANTEE '66 T BIRD 2 Dr, HT beautiful walnut stereo console 771-0982. :
Loaded - -$2250.
like new. .4 speed record
Wegave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In Call A. T. Madison Ext. 2431or changer combination radio.Ba- WANTED -, PART TIME HELP
pertlon. Then we tuned up tightened and replaced everythingthat
384 1391.
needed It. And guaranteed them l6o% for the repair or lance due $64 or $8 per month Light mechanic work and car
replacement of all'major mechanical part** for 30 days or 1000 WE FINANCE I! 8 mons. Phone 353 1946 nightor clean up. Apply in person(ASTRO
miles.: Come on In and double check. FOR SALE 2 ELEPHANT HIDE day. Ask for Credit Man-' MOTORS) 6566 Normandy Blvd.

ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE Golf bags, New $50 each. Call ager. Will deliver,no obligation.
ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Major Mapp 356 1554. 1606 Main Street 67 PORSCHE 912/5

Green, Radio, Excellent Condi ..'
'64 HONDA 50 422 Miles 69 UNCLAIMED ZIG ZAG SEW-
69 VW Fastback $2395 ING tion. Ltjg( ) Purrington, 7713211ext.
MACHINE
$135. with hard hat. See Ski at Never used. 8338.
Radio, heater automatic tr an satiation. Barber Shop (Cecil Field) or Sews on buttons, Makes button-

68 VW D Ix. Sta. Wag. $2495 call 388 4356. holes, Blind Hems Stitches,Mon- WILFORD'S FISH CAMPOn
Radio tk Heater ogram, OvercastsNo attachment
PAY DAY BLUES?? Doctor's Lake live crab,fresh
69 VW $1950Automatic Ever look check necessary. Orig. Guarantee fish
Sedan at your on pay- BALANCE ONLY$29.17 or terms 2649707.
Stick Shift. Radio and Heater, Low Mile III)! day and find there just wasn'tenough available. Call Capitol Sewing

68 VW Karmann GhiaCpe$2295Radio Call Mr.? If Holly you could 388-7298.work eves., Credit Mgr. 9 9 388-0786. RIDER WANTED TO

St. Louis, share
Denver via
& Heater. Air Cond.
1969 SINGER ZIG ZAG SEWING
FOR RENT FURN HOUSE
exp. Leave Aug. 1 7812385.BY .
67 VW Fastback $1995 3Br., Fam. Rm., LR, DR, Washer Machine Cabinet model. Mono-
Radio & Heater Air Cond.. New Paint! & Dryer, A/C, Freezer, grams, B1Ind-Hems, Makes But- THE OWNER-2 BR.

67 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1895 fenced yd. $175 Mo. 2645605or tonholes. No attachments needed,. masonry home, real nice, Ideal
Radio &heater, Green flt White. 2646542. 5 Yr. Parts and Service. Unpaid location, reasonable, furnishedor

_ 66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1695 AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast Balance. Call- $62.40 Capitol or Sewing terms available Ma-- unfurnished.5:30. Ph. 765-3666 after -

67 MERCURY Caliente $1695 & West Coast. 353 3691. thing Credit Mgr. til 9 p.m.
388 0786.
-Dr... V-a. It.T.. ps. Green SIX MILES TO C. F. NAS
FOR SALETELEFUNKEN
68 VW Sedan $1795 STEREO JUSTISS TRAILER PARK NINE MILES TO JAX NAS

Radio & Heater Console with AM/FMradio,short 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean 4120 Sharbeth Drive, E.
67 VW Sedan $1495Stereo wave band, and turntable. Oiled modern trailers & Apts., 389 Pretty 3 Bdrm, 11/2 bath brick-
front home with modern bit in
3007.
walnut cabinet--excellent cond-
New Paint. Central Cent.Air,Fen-
ition. Call 2646055. kit, Heat
65 VW Karmann GhlaCpe. $1495 IN CLAY COUNTY ced yard, sidewalks, LndryRm&
2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved priced 14000. Assume 5 1/4%
Air Cond., Radio and Heater.
AUBURN WIGLET: and graded road frontage $1450. Mtg. of 11250.&2nd Mtv.of
66 MUSTANG Cony. $1695 custom-made, human hair, excellent per lot & up terms. Off. Ph. $900. with payments of $80.

V-8, A.T., P.S.. Air Cond. condition. Call 2646055. 282 5272 -' Home 282 5224. Mo. plus $22. on 2nd Mtg.

66 VW ,Sedan PLUS
heater. $1295Radio AUTO AIR CONDITIONING We also need homes to sell. If
tte-M1aEd' Window units & central units you are being transferred
66 SIMCA $895 serviced & repaired. Tylers CALL:

Radio & Heater Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 (Retired Chief Woody Cooper,
65 CHEV. /2! Ton Pickup $1195 :80)( Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388 Associate
'
5161. CAMPBELL REALTY OF JAX,
64 VW Squareback $1195 INC.
ap EM 66 PORSCHE 912 3980851IN

62 FORD Galaxie 500 $6954Dr. White with Black and Red Int.,
5 speed. Excel. Cond. $3300 or
.. Air Condo Radio At Heater CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND '"
Best. 781-3537 or Ext. 2310 NAS
OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM Area. 5 acres 10 acres &

TlltIJ/ larger tracts, Terms-282-5272
Moris Minor Car-$100-771-1279 or 282 5224.

WESTS IDEVOLKSWAGEN GEORGE'S KENNELS

.- DISPLAY MODELS Dogs and Cats boarded. Free
J ,3 to Choose From -2 Bedroomor pickup and delivery Est. 1925!

INC. 103rd & Blanding Center 3 Bedroom. Look For Word 5085 Edgewood Ct. (Near Cas-
"Display" on ReFrlgirator Door 4 sat and Edgewood) 389 0064..
7717970PHONE Save Save Many Dollars open y
1150 Lane Ave. So. Phone 781-5511
Till 10 p.m. ABCMobile Homes FOR SALE VW LUGGAGE RACK

Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM AHEAD 784 So.Lane Ave.OFF Interstate $15 384 1391 Jax Base Ext.
FOR FASTER SERVICE 10
2431 Mrs. Busic.


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AQ ALL THE WAY..AQF2 Ronald E. LaFleur of Nashua, New '
SMALL BUT SASSY...Little but I'm proud, "Super Spook" seems to be telling sweptwing Hampshire, found his rate worth $7 thousand at variable re-
warbirds of similar feather. The Pitts Special, handbuilt by Ltjg H.M. Gaipin,
a somewhat was enlistment bonus time, so he figured it was also worth the
part of a static display. extra five bucks his home state charged to reserve those valuable -
-- letters for his VW. He'll be instructing at Cecil NAM-
A7 vafionsHost j TRADETS. (Photo by William Burkett)


I Dependents I j i Si

WAS CECIL The Valionsof jockeys June 29.
VA 15 held their first open Along with the static and fly-
house here since disestablishment bq displays of the A 7, their CECil r H Rh
as an A 4 squadron and wives and dependents got to see
resurrection as Corsair II the '"Super Spook", an experi- 1
lOOP mental Pitts special Biplane
handbuilt by Ltjg H. M. galpin, aIiiaYS
'
squadron Intelligence officer. :
HONDA The visitors made the most of
good weather for the occasion, ,1 _
and saw a diamond flyby,high and I
Meters & C
Cycles ,.
low speed single aircraft passes, ik ii
and simulated air togroundweapons -
\ 4949 Standing 771-8244 delivery.


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11 t ;::: : 0Ni": (INOT WHAT IT SEEMS..Ed Groff, Special Services Officerr

:. ( ) and Sharon Arnold, station librarian, watch as sailors lis:

,., You HELP ThroughTh. ten-not to Apollo, but to tapes feeding into 8-track cartridgesfor
'.J auto use. Or is it rock records onto tape? Or tape onto
\ S. ";" ",<; RID CROSS tape? Or a verbal letter home? The new equipment, available
during standard library hours of operation, can do everything
I, Wh.n You Glv. except cut a record. Do-i t-yourself sound technicians need only

Th. UNITED WAY buy blank tapes and show up to start building a private'tape
library.

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Needan \\ WESCONNETTFURNITURECO.:i; Buy

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:::.o\o-: :-:}}:.rr.rn.: <<--S..rr: -: <<';rr rvm;!!vnw; wr:-:} v.y.-r rxxr..r'r r.ww.rr ::: U.S. Savings Bonds

extra pay call tmt\\f\\ AIR CONDITIONERS Uftft & Freedom Shares
: NEW & USED FURNITURE A APPLIANCES t
HFC tmt ti\ NEW & USED TV SETS Mj j r r-----------
See NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS X STOVES t: j jtJJ I :. 1
t NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITER I "\.ffi..' .. 1

I t Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms ::tf:;
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:.:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::..::.:.:.:.:. Hrs. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come In & Browse :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::.:::.:::.'.
When it's to and sudden
t' a long way pay day a
. expense comes up, give Household Finance a 5326 Wtscouatt It 103rd 771-0750 "MOTORSPLENTY :

; call. The military specialist at the HFC office ..... .,......-. .....-..___ ...n .._____... 1 :., ,, 1I
L base knows how to solve prob- .
1 near your money ::::::::::: :::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: % J 1
r'' lems whether you need help paying bills, buy 1 UsedVW's %:j II
' ing a better car, taking a leave. And he'll tell Reasonable II

.' you the cost of your loan before you borrow. BELIAIRAPARTMENTS STATE INSPECTED
t' When a money need can't wait 'til pay call, get
on the horn to Household Finance. CARS 1
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< 64 TEMPEST. . .$6901
I;,'. S. I 2-Dr. 1

164 DODGE. . $690 .
Need to 6OO? '
up I 2-Dr. H.T., Dart .

,:,. ... ......... ....... ... ...... I 11: Now Renting l 6 Cyl. Stick .
64 CHEVY II.$690 II
Apply for your loan by phone, 2-Dr. Auto trans. .
, ; we'll supply your loan by mail WHILE UNDERCONSTRUCTION 163 FALCON. . $440 ;
L I Futura 2-Dr.
; HOUSEHOLD FINANCE \\A I Auto trans. 1
r .161 FORD.. . $190 .
2 & 3 Bedroom I 2-Dr. I
'
160 CHEVROLET $190 I'F
25 West St. Phone 355-9683
Forsyth : 2-Dr.
; Family Apartments I

Cedar Hills Shopping Center We Ivy-Sell-FieaNceI

f. .' 3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 I
i Incited SI. of Hwy 21, 6566 Normandy:

(.I. _.. 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 East of lelliir Shopping' tester i Boulevard I

Penman Plaza Shopping Center in I .
convenient Clay County
I 1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone 246-6421 78
?' : I -4978 II
p.;< PHONE 264-9579 I
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MoviesMovies HOSPITAL: "NO WAY TO .- ..
TREAT A LADY"O .

will be shown nightlyat e..c= o "S fllTwcficewart WANT AD SECTION

the NAS Theatre at 7:30 p.m. ;.
There will also be a kiddie mat- '" .\ '
--"
inee at 2 p.m. Saturday anda

regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 4747 San Juan Ave, Jacksonville,
day and holidays.The Florida, 32210 to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thursday.Ads .
Hospital Theater will have SAft1Ybr arriving too l late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. publisher is instructed otherwise. A check. or money order for the full cost of the ad must
Cecil Field will have two nightl be received WITH the copy for the ad.Do .

shows during the week at 5:30 and Train to become
8 p.m. Matinees will be shownon Net Send Cub
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. SPORTSCASTERUnder
Ratings: AAdults; Gen-- the GI Bill!
General audience; M--Mature For information dial Rate: Mlilnvn cur. ((3 Hues). . . . .$2.00


Youths cellent;; VG--Very S--Superior Good; E--Ec-; G-- 356-8351 I Per idditioBal HMO ((4 words per live). . . 0.50

Good; F--Fair; CNA--Qass
not available.
r
THURSDAY, JULY 24
NAS: "THE GREEN SLIME" WILMAR APARTMENTS NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS Electrolux Vac. -- $15
starring Robert Horton and 6 Duplex, near Jax & Cecil. Consoles, some with AM/FM, ALL BRANDS HOSE $6.50
Luciana Paluzzi. Color science ( n ttan(19.i Furnished, $105., unfurnished tape players. At dealers cost, 6110 103rd St.,Ph.7715028
fiction. G/FG. ((102 mins.). $85, plus St. Tax, Newly painted to liquidate stock. FullwarrantylPhone !
HOSPITAL: "FOR A FEW 2 Br., Lg. Kit., Breakfast 7715398.. BRAND NEW
DOLLARS MORE" starring Clint nook, 2 car parking space,water, 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Ma -,
Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef. sewage, garbage, lawn service FOR RENT OR FOR SALE chine, Left in Layaway, Balance
color western. A & MY/VG. included., 1 block West pf the Houses & Apts., Equity VA & $34.50 Cash or 6 pymts, $6 mo.,
San Juan at Niblick 5900 Blk. of Jammes Rd., 1/2 FHA resales. $100 down. Call 6110 103rd St., Ph. 771 5028
((130 mins.). Phone 384 4406 mile South of 103rd St. Call 387- Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 264- Delivery with no obligation. "

SATURDAY, JULY 26 2541, nites or weekends call 389- 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili-

NAS: "NO WAY TO TREATA e 1, 2. & 3 Bedrooms 0744. tary Free Notary. 1964 FORD GALAXIE 500
Rod Garden Type Apartmentswith LADIES! PB, PS, Auto/trans., Air, Beau-
LADY" starring Steigerand
Country Club VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS Sell Mink Oil Cosmetics and tiful. $800. 3398 NAS 771-2386.
Lee Remick. Color suspense Atmosphere 3 Br., 1, 1 112 & 2 baths $100 Wigs, Nationally adv. in Life,
comedy. A&MY/VG.((102 mins.). Kitchens equipped with G-E down as low as $65 month. Callus Vogue, etc., part or full time, Leaving the Service? We'll be
"THE GREEN
HOSPITAL: Ranges & Refrigerators for up to date lists that will free training, fun job, top pay. glad to start you on your Second
SLIME" Individual l Air Conditioningand be mailed without obligation. Call Maria Wilhelm KOSCOT- Career. Earnings from Good to
FRIDAY, JULY 25 Heating by G-E VANSANDT REALTY 3871213 Dist. 3985906.ZIG Excellent. Some Location Pref-
Drapes furnishedWall erences. Ambition & Independence -
NAS "HELL IN THE PACI- to Wall Carpeting and
: ZAG FOR $32 desirable if otherwise
e WAITRESS WANTED!II!
Large Swimming Pool
_FIC"__t....__starring Lee Colo Marvin_ ...1_...and..... .., Good pay, Good hours. Call SEWING MACHINE Original qualified. Write to Regional Director -
LOSuirO Mifune. ui*ma. ., 781-9818,10 a.m. 5 p.m.. Guarantee, scratched in ship 2911 McCoy .Road
ment. Zig Zags, makes button- Orlando, Fla. 32809.

.. holes, sews on buttons, decors -
FOR SALE CPO UNIFORMS
tive designs, monograms, etc. 1965 HONDA 150 cc
o OPEN SUNDAY Greens & Khakis Size 41 Just pay balance $32 or $8 per Street machine. Call 264-5045
Reasonable 264 6978 or Ext.
month, 4 mons. Phone 353-iy-46 after 5.
2351/2352.
nite or day. Ask for Credit Man-
CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS ager. Will deliver, no obligation OIL PAINTINGI
'68 FORD TORINO GT Fast- 1606 Main St.STEREO will teach you all you need to
back Console A/T 2 D HT know to create your own master
CONSOLE COMBO
pieces. $30 for 3 months.
R & H. REAL NICE!II! $2295. Studioof
Take up payments on 2 month old
Eve LAN Call after
100% GUARANTEE '66 T BIRD 2 Dr, HT, beautiful walnut stereo console- 7710982. 1200:
Loaded - -$2250.
like new. 4 speed record
Wtf gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In Call A. T. Madison Ext. 2431or changer combination radio.Ba- WANTED PART
TIME HELP
spection. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything
384 1391.
-
that needed it. And guaranteed them 160% for the repair or lance due $64 or $8 per month, Light mechanic work and car
,replacement of all major mechanical parts* .for 30 day or 1000 WE FINANCE I! 8 mons. Phone 353 1946 nightor clean up. Apply in person(ASTRO
miles. in and double check. Ask for Credit Man
Come on FOR SALE 2 ELEPHANT HIDE day. MOTORS) 6566 Normandy Blvd.

ENGINE "TRANSMISSION "REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE Golf bags, New $50 each. Call ager. Will deliver,no obligation.
ASSEMBLIES SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Major Mapp 356 1554. 1606 Main Street 67 PORSCHE 912/5

Green, Radio Excellent Condi-
,
'64 HONDA 50 422 Miles 69 UNCLAIMED ZIG ZAG SEW-
69 VW Fastback $2395 ING tion. Ltjg( ) Purrington, 771-3211
MACHINE
$135. with hard hat. See Ski at Never used. ext. 8338.
Radio, heater automatic transmiatlon. Sews on buttons Makes button-
,
Barber Shop (Cecil Field) or
68 VW Dlx.. Sta. Wag. $2495 call 388 4356. holes, Blind Hems Stitches,Mon- WILFORD'S FISH CAMPOn
Radio'
flk Heater ogram, OvercastsNoattachmentnecessary.
PAY DAY BLUES?? Doctor's Lake
live crab,fresh
.
69 VW Sedan $1950Automatic Ever look at your check on pay- BALANCE ONLY Orig.$29.17 Guarantee fish 264-9707.
day and find there or terms
Stick Shift. Radio and Heater Low Mlle)"| just wasn't available. Call Capftol Sewing

68 VW Karmann GhiaCpe$2295Radio Call enough Mr.? If Holly you could 3887298.work eves., Credit Mgr. 9 9 388-0786. RIDER WANTED TO

Denver via St. Louis, share
& Heater Air Cond.
1969 SINGER ZIG ZAG SEWING
FOR RENT FURN HOUSE
Leave Aug. 1 7812385.
67 VW Fastback $1995 3Br., Fam. Rm., LR, DR, Washer Machine Cabinet model. Monograms exp.

Radio 8* Heater Air Cond.. New Paint! & Dryer, A/C, Freezer, Blind-Hems, Makes But- BY THE OWNER-2 BR.

67 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1895 fenced yd. $175 Mo. 2645605or tonholes. No attachments needed,. masonry home, real nice, Ideal
5 Yr. Parts and Service.
Radio &heater Green b White. 264-6542. Unpaid location, reasonable, furnishedor
.,
Balance $62.40 or terms avail-
66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1695 AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast able. Call Capitol Sewing Ma unfurnished. Ph. 765-3666 after -

67 MERCURY Caliente $1695 & West Coast. 353 3691. ching Credit Mgr. til 9 p.m.. 5:30.
388 0786.
4-Dr., V-8, A.T.. PS. Green FOR SALETELEFUNKEN SIX MILES TO C. F. NAS

68 VW Sedan $1795 STEREO JUSTISS TRAILER PARK NINE MILES TO JAX NAS

Radio fit Heater Console AM/FMradioshort 1 Otr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean 4120 Sharbeth Drive, E.

67 VW Sedan $1495 wave band, and turntable. Oiled modern trailers & Apts., 389 Pretty 3 Bdrm, 11/2 bath brick-
3007. front home with modern bit in
walnut cabinet--excellent cond-
Stereo New Paint. ition. Call 264-6055. kit, Central Heat,Cent.Air,Fen-
65 VW Karmann GhlaCpe. $1495 IN CLAY COUNTY ced yard, sidewalks, LndryRm&
2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved priced $14,000. Assume 5 1/4%/
Air Cond., Radio and Heater. AUBURN WIGLET
: and graded road frontage, $1450. Mtg. of 11250.&2nd Mtv.of
66 MUSTANG COny. $1695 custom-made, human hair, excellent per lot & up terms. Off. Ph. $900. with payments of $80.

V-8, A.T., P.tJ., Air Cond. condition. Call 2646055.1kMIE 282 5272 -' Home 282 5224. Mo. plus22.. on 2nd Mtg.

66 VW Sedan PLUS
$1295
AUTO AIR CONDITIONING We also need homes to sell. If
Radio heater
Window units & central units, you are being transferred
66 SIMCA I $895 serviced & repaired. Tylers CALL:

Radio & Heater Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 (Retired Chief Woody Cooper,
65 CHEV. % Ton Pickup $1195 :80)( Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388 Associate
5161. CAMPBELL REALTY OF JAX,
64 VW Squareback $1195 INC.
66 PORSCHE 912 3980851IN

62 FORD Galaxie 500 $695WESTSIDE White with Black and Red Int.,
5 speed. Excel. Cond. $3300 or
4-Dr.. Air Cond. Radio & H t rOVER Best. 781-3537 or Ext. 2310 NAS CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND et
50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM Area. 5 acres 10 acres &

TAM. larger tracts, Terms2825272or
Moris Minor Car-$100-771-1279 282 5224.

GEORGE'S KENNELS

.- ,. DISPLAY MODELS Dogs and Cats boarded. Free
1
.3 to Choose From 2 Bedroomor pickup and delivery Est. 1925,

VOLKSWAGEN, INC. 103rd & Blanding Center 3 Bedroom. Look For Word"Display" 5085 Edgewood Q. (Near Cas-
ReFrigirator Door" sat and Edgewood) 389 0064.
Ave. So. Phone 781-5511 7717970PHONE Save Save Many Dollars open _
Lane
1150
Till 10 p.m. ABC Mobile Homes FOR SALE VW LUGGAGE RACK

Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM\\ AHEAD 784 So.Lane Ave.OFF Interstate $15 384 1391 Jax Base Ext.
FOR FASTER SERVICE 10
2431 Mrs. Busic.July .

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I: MAD News DepartmentsChange


Softball HandsCdr.
Champs
seventh:; trailing, -0but rallied
;' The unbeaten NAS "Big Red" to almost pull it out before the fire
Softball team clinched their second was doused. With four runs a- Charles M. Thomas re -
consecutive NATTC flag last cross and runners at first and cently assumed the position air
week at MacRoth Field. second with one down, it appeared operations officer here,succeeding -
The Maines nipped Ship's Co- the rally would last, but, a retired Cdr. Davis.
I, pany, Tuesday and Wednesday, technial call and a strike out gy' .} 3 4aJ3 Cdr. Thomas was commissioned -
1 for the chamipnship in the double ended it. as an ensign in June 1943,
elimination tourney. the Ma and is as one of the very few
aviators who were interned in the
rines finished the regular season
f Soviet Union during the final stages -
( 18-0 and then won three straightin Halfand
the of World War II. He also
tourney.
Behind Les Carroll's pitchingthe served as a pilot during the Berlin -

Big Reds won both games, Airlift.
2-0, Carroll allowed Ship'sCompany FarewellOfficers A native of Sunbury, Pa., the
to seriously threaten commander has ,attended Syra-
only twice over the series. of the Naval Air Station cuse University in New York and
Paul Swain held the Marinesto will bid hello to officers reporting the University of Pennsylvaniain

four hits in two outings, but ( aboard and good bye to Philadelphia.His .
some untimely walks and a few those leaving at tomorrow "Hai liesure time activities include -
i fielding lapses opened the door and Farewell" gathering at' golf, boating, hunting and
\ for the alert Marines. the NAS fficers Club. M fishing.
( The Marines scored early ir Bidding good bye to friends RE-UP-Cdr. C.J. Cush, VW-4 skipper, administers the oath Cdr. Thomas is married to the
A. Evansha,also
: the first game and added an insurance and co workers will be Capt. of reenlistment to TN Roberto Revilla. former Dorothy
talley In the sixth for Donald A. Hempson, NAS Supply of Sunbury.

the victory. Wednesday, a bases Officer, Cdr Max A. Eller, NAS NAS will have a new supply officer -
loaded single in the sixth was the Chaplain an d Lt. David W. Wives Club HappeningsAt at the beginning of next
decisive blow. Hall, fleet support division of- month when cpt. D. A. HempsonSQ
Bowling ficer. ( ) leaves for Mechanicsburg,
Joining the ranks of NAS-stationed Pa., where he will serve as'commanding -
MAD's Devildogs continueto officers w111be LCdr.3. P. the July 16, business edu- tions, Ladies officer of the Fleet Na-

trail the MAAs (In pins at the McCullough, Air Operations, Lt. cational, meeting, Jax 386 wel- tional Supply Office there.
NATTC bowling lanes. Harold Jones, NAS Dental, Lt. comed into the club a new mem- Some of Jax #86 upcomingevents The officer relieving Cpt.
The two teams are even in Merle P. Stringer, NAS Medical, ber, Mrs. Dewey Mixon. Mrs will be a quarterly bake Hempson is Cpt. E. A. GrinsteadSC
the won loss columns, but the Lt. OrvalJones,Weapons( ,and Lt. Mixon brings Jax #86 mem- sale on July 25 at 6:30 a.m. ( ) who is currently performing'
Marines trail by nearly two-hundred J. H. Burson, NAS Legal. bership to 97 members makingit in the Ordance and Rework the duties of operations officer
pins in the overall count.A The Hail and Farewell Part) the largest club in the Navy ,Facilities, The regular monthly the Aviation Support Office in
break in the deadlock was is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Reservations Wives Clubs Of America Organi business meeting on Wednesday Philadelphia.Cpt. .

expected Tuesday whenthe injury for theevent should be zation. August 6 at 7,30 p.m. in the Grinstead will be accompanied -
riddled Devildogs met AO ff 1. made by 1 p.m. today. Those who The club was happy to havea Compton Hall Club House and here in Jacksonvilleby
Three Marines were not expected plan on attending may bring their prospective member on hand Jax #86 family picnic which will six of his nine children and his
to bowl due to inuries to swimsuits to the poolside gath- for the evenings program, Mrs. be held on August 16 at the Nattc wife, the former Gayle Kayne of
two bowlers and a third on leave. erng. Francis Alton. Picnic Area. Raleigh, N. C.Visit.
The leading MAAs battled the A buffet will be from 8 to 9 Mrs. Robert St. Hilaire said
hot 'n cold Pinwheels Tuesday. p.m. and there will also bedanc- farewell to Jax #86 and was pre- After the July meeting mem-
Baseball ing. Reservations are $5 per sented a NWCA pill box as a bers and guest adjourned for an
MAD's baseball couple. parting gift. Mrs. St. Hilaire evening on the mystic side. Mrs.
City League
will be moving to Pensacola. Thomas Wofford alias Madame
nine dropped a tough pair last usa
Several new chairmanship Catarina and Mrs.William Brown
Park.
weekend at Woodstock Paddock cruisedfor Buy U.S. Savings Bonds changes were announced and ar alias Madame X arrived attiredin
Friday, Rich
follows Memo Chairman, ,
as :
gypsy costume and proceededto *
five innings before Sherwin- Mrs. Charles Smith and CoChairman -
of & read palms and tell fortunes
Williams rallied with the aid
Mrs. Landy Dove. cards. Both of these ladies are
errors to win, 5-0. Snack Bar Chairman, Mrs. John
l.1.1rineswenttothe Freedom Shares serious hobbyist in these mysti"
Sunday the Cress and Co-Chairman, Mrs. matters and everyone thoroughly

Willie Hill. Points Chairman, enjoyed their predictions.A .
-" -
Mrs.Nei' Watson and CoChairman Your

1 iae&ag Mrs. Jack La Forge. Not special drawing for two sur-
i\ ,. New Shop Chairman, Mrs. John prise gifts was held. The two
Moryon and Co-Chairman, Mrs. winners were Mrs.Henry Wernet ( GREAT DAY
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. Joseph Muldoon. Co ratula-. and Mrs. James Bradstreet.
t I Store to

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duled for 8 p.m. at 'B' Circle.

CECIL The Spa's are ranked the top
SPORTS AMD VA-82
ROUNDUPSMC
I team in the Jacksonville 'fast Whips

pitching' League and most surely
George BlackburnIn
will give the 'old men' and spec-
tators some fast Softball action Takes NAS Cecil Title
the final week of the intramural victory. this Friday.

softball league, it:1ll __ ....._ _.._ _
Jerry Walker was not too happy Raiders Down GlyncoThe "'A co '-' L LA.!, 'AU.1
the announced that his
boiled down VA l'l.Acu.: iu surprise lie luiu piayea :
to 82 and AMD
with the outcome of the and
game Field Raiders shock and last Both
Cecil dlagrlnofCecilField's game as a shortstop.
'Red llat.s
: meeting to decide the
though in the he had accused
station past traveled to Glynco last week self-styled Softball men will be transferred to the
Championship.
Last Wednesday, AMDVA-44 the 'acid pen' of excuse end to take on the Glynco Naval oracle, Lucy Young, the "tired Fleet Reserve prior to next soft-
making, after the game was over old men" of AMD turned backa ball
Air Station In a four game ser- season.
VA 174
and -
were fighting
to
regain and all had gathered to discussthe
determined
the dunce to meet VA 82. challenge by
dis-
Improbable, Jery's ies.The
Raiders lost the 2 VA-82's Marauders to
In the first of two scheduled opener capturethe
play was enough to him nom-
get for Cecil field Softball
Steve Burton hurled champ-
1.
games VA 44 and VA 174 inated for the celebrated AFTERBURNER to
met with VA 44, easing VA- 'IF' award. We the Raiders but their bats were ionship by a score of 2 1

174 completely out of the play- wish him good luck he has a rusty, if bats can get rusty, and The stands were jam-packed as .
.fans turned in droves w
inallonlyfourhits.In out to watchAMD's
offs with a score of 2 to 0. good chance. they managed
Later that evening AMD took the second game of the wily Jim Lee hook up
the field to face their ardi rival, Old Men Take On Wapc D.J.'s evening, Jerry Walker shut out in another pitching duel with the
VA 44 in the Jerry Murphy. Murphy pitched a Marauder's hard throwing Jerr
game which was Well, well, the old Chiefs justcan't
to determine who would even- from no-hitter and walked only twice-- Walker. Both pitchers gave up
seem to challenging -
get away both times the same man. the but two hits. AMD scored firston .
tually face VA 82 for the Cham the most noteworthy chal-
pionship.In Cecilites backed: Murphy with the a three-base error by V A82's -
lengers. Last week it was the
the first inning AMD scoredone WPDQ 'in men' and this week it big booming bats and a 9 to 0 slick short feuding sacrifice first basemanand
run on two hits but from this was the WAPE 'ape men.' Both score was the outcome.In a fly by
Charley Wells. VA-82 tied
point on Steve Burton was very are notorious for advertising the final game, Coadi Jim the.score .
tight with runs. However, in the thelr'willingness to take on any- Lee pitched the Raiders to vic- 'in the 5th on an error, P
top of the sixth the Red Hats one who will challenge them on tory with a 9 to 3 decision over scratch single, sacrifice bunt and t
the Glynco Navy Nine. The Raier's an infield out. The Red Hats s
scored two runs on Bill Paint- the diamond and equally notoriousfor
the clincher in the sixthon -S S IT'
contributed his applied
er's big blast to short right fieldto coming out on the losing end. Bob Fewell
third home run of the series yet another three base error,
make it 3 to 0. Their battle with the Chiefs was
and Eddie Vaughn had triple, and a fielders' choice. .
a
Jim Lee started off the Red no exception they came, they
Hats 7th with a base hit and played, and they were conquered.Oh a double and two singles,throughout The enthusiasm engendered by
by the time the inning was fini- well, what else is new. all four contestsBob Barrett the AMD victory was tempered
somewhat in the realization that
shed, AMD had brought three After the top of the first Inning made some fine defensive plays,
Lee had his final
and altogether, through tine Jim pitched GOOD POLICY The Open
more runs to make It 6 to 0 the Chiefs decided to give
the Hornets. coaching and spirited play, the intramural softball game. Jim Door Policy Is welcome when
the
over 'ape men' a break and begin -
drew down the curtain his
9 and on alluring Salli Sachse is the
The I Ilornets'lone in Raiders have compiled a on
run came 'slow them. Even
pitdiing to
and eventful. in dra- other side
long career of the door. For
3 record. a
the bottom of the seventh when with the added advance, the 'ape
7 matic fashion strikingout longer look, she can be seen in
Tonight commencing at
Burton led off :with a single to men' went down in defeat. 23: to p.m. AIP's
the Raiders host Mayport Naval the final batter. Bill Painter "Wild in the Streets.
left and taking second on an 12.
left fielder Nel- Station in a double header to be
error by Doug The high point of the match
son. A bloop single by Jim Ferillo was the base umpire Jim Mul- played at 'B' Circle. Mayport isa
down the right field line sent caly of VA 174 and SGT. Joe member of the JacksonvilleCity SBob's
Burton home for the score. Jim Gordon of the New Zealand Air''' Fast Pitching League.At > Oak Hill
the of the Softball
Force, who both donned the WAPE onset sea-
Lee struck out Larry Skipper
ended AMD slat- Gorilla uniform and 'aped' around son, Mayport was the first half
and the game winner of the City's Commercial Pure Service Center
ed to face VA82.Thursday the ball field to the delight of
League. This should be an Interesting /
the the younger ball fails.
evening was
since Bob S.
championship match when the Next game for the Chiefs is Scruggs would evening like nothingbetter Open for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
'Red Hats took to the field with tomorrow. It looks as though the
than the Raid-
a victory over
the VA 82 Mauraders. The Chiefs may be in for some com-
ers. Scruggs, who is coach of the road service
pick & delivery
Mauraders were first: on the petition this time as they have up
formerly stationed -
Mayport team was
Scoreboard which came from a challenged the players of the at Cecil, and coachedthe mechanic on duty American t .Foreign Cars
base hit, an error and a wild Roman Spa. The game is sdie- Raiders two years ago.
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By Bud Goode i ii

With Jax City Clubs To win a pennant in the American or National Leagues your t i
team must score at least 20% more runs than it gives up. The Baltimore (
Orioles are scoring 70% more runs than they allow, and ;
they are the class of their league. Compare this power and bal
)
The Jax Fliers host- In rhubarb filled finale Painter's -
Jax -- a
Boston's weak
ance to Detroit's 20% Runs over Opponent Runs, and Y
ed two Jacksonville City Lea again came away with the r 3% figure, and: you can see that Baltimore can finish the season in \
gue teams'over the weekend at win as they belted Don Stewartfor a dogtrot. \
Mackroth Field and split four nine big hits and five runs It is now mid-season, that magical baseball time when fans look ;
games with the downtowners. as the Fliers were only able to to the leaders and label them 'winner. +
Friday night the Fliers took on support their pitcher with one 'Tain't necessarily so. One of the divisions has competition- :,
first place Roman Spa and edg- run despite lashing out six hits. Oakland and Minnesota in the American League West. Where i
ed out a 1 to 0 victory in ten This weekend the Fliers play- % Oakland has the edge in terms of balance, scoring 25% more runs k{
innings in the opener of a their final series before hostingthe than they allow, the Twins are sniffing up their trail with a 19%
doubleheader. Les Carroll went Sixth Naval District playoffs. figure. A pop fly lost in the sun or a bad bounce infield hit can k r
will travel make the difference in the American West. Both teams must play ';
the distance forJaxgivinguponlytwo They to Tampa to
o .560 ball to win the 91 to steal the flag.
y an even games likely
hits while Dale Richardson playa series with Mac- !
game
# = What teams have the balance to contend? Computer Corner lv
three the Dill AFB.
Spa yielded singles to poured the current season statistics into our Univac sports analyzer Ii
Fliers. S 5w' to measure the ratio of Runs to Opponent Runs with these I3
The Fliers tallied after Rich Fall Sports
results (through games of July 1):
Beaudoin opened the 10th inning
with a single and was sacrificed AMERICAN '
another base Bill Aaron. Ron Meetings Set
by TEAM % TO RIOR TEAM % TO R/OR
Mensinger then reached first by WIN 105 WIN 91
virtue of an error and at the Organization meetings for the #
111 same time Beaudoin hustled home coming fall sports season have BALTIMORE .588 70% OAKLAND .560 25%
and that was the game.In been announced by the Jax Ath- DETROIT .722 20% MINNESOTA .563 19%
the second game the Fliers letic Department.The 1 BOSTON .713 3% CHICAGO .674 -11 %
gave their pitcher Paul Swaim first three sports to get WASHINGTON '.783 1% SEATTLE .636 .14%
more of a cushion to work fromas underway will be bowling, foot- : .... :!i NEW YORK ..8194% KANSAS CITY .690 .23%
they collected four runs in ball and golf. A bowling meetingis S ,.."': .... ... ". ,: CLEVELAND .874 -21% CALIFORNIA .730 -32%

the first two innings. Swaim allowed scheduled for July 30 with : f ........ .,t'(,\ NATIONAL
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action 25. '
only four hits and one lone league starting Aug. "l "'
run, that in the first, and posteda The football organizational meeting fIII' '\. .. .< "; TEAM % TO U/OR TEAM % TO R/OR
4 to 1 win and a sweep of is set for July 31 with the ..!'. ...."" i14J WIN 100 WIN 97
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CHICAGO
.600 41% LOS ANGELES .591 48%
Saturday the inconsistent Golfers will tee off on the fall NEW YORKPITTSBURGH
SUNSHINE STATE Feast .682 5% SAN FRANCISCO 9%
Fliers sputtered around and fin- schedule Sept. 8 following a plan your eyes on a typical Florida .729 2% CINCINNATI .648 7%
ally were tumbled twiceby Paint- ning meeting Aug. 13. More information scene a pretty girl and a ST. LOUIS ..7502% ATLANTA .598 5%
er's Poultry. on fall sports can be palm tree. PHILADELPHIA ..742600 HOUSTON .699 -10%
Ron Mensinger scored the only obtained by contacting the Athletic MONTREAL .886 -18% SAN DIEGO .843 -41%
Jax run of the first game that on Office, ext 3239.
a wild pitch in the first inningas Surprises? Last year's National League winner, St. Louis, can
finish 5th without too much trouble. And the Mets, tabbed by Com
substitute pitcher Slip Wat- SAVE MONEY puter Corner on opening day as the Dark Horse, can toast their
son cuffed the Fliers on only three second spot finish with champagne.MERITORIOUS .
hits. Painter's scored two runs ti
REGULARLYCOMPARE
"+. off Von McClure in the third but
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VP45 Bounces NARTU ",'"'. '';'1"\t*\." ,'" Jax Navy

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To Capture IM Title Grabs TitleJax


Jax -- The Red Darters of
, In the ninth. Stewart came on .
VP-45 exploded for three runs In the bottom of the inning to -- Six swimmers from the
in the top of the ninth Thursday strikeout two batters and retire Jax Navy swim team swept to
night to break a 2-2 deadlock the side In order to earn the +' 33 medals, including firsts inthe
with NARTU and capture the championship crown. The big senior women's medley and free
1969 Intramural playoff cham- southpaw gave up only three hits style relays, in the 17th Annual
pionship.The Tobaccoland Invitational Swim-
while striking out seven, five of
game developed into a pit- r ming Championship at Moultrie,
chers battle after the first inningas which were In the last two Innings. r Ga.
Don Stewart of VP-45 locked This game marked the fourth time A New Record
horns with Von McQure of this season these two rivals had Fifteen teams from Alabama,
NARTU before an appreciativecrowd battled Into extra innings before Georgia and Florida were matched -
of 600. the game was decided. 1' V in the competition as the Jax
Both clubs opened their offen- Admin placed third inthe play- z team of Susan Lagdon; Kathy
sive attack of the game scoringruns offs after losing to NARTU Wednesday Burnett, both 14, Nancy Alex-
in the first. The Red Darters 8 to 4.Give. ; ander, 15, and Ann Graham, 18,
crossed home plate twice after w __j : tallied 107 ? to win the senior -
McClure walked thefirsttwobatters thepresent women's trophy. Ann Gra-
he faced and NARTU tallied ham also set a new pool recordin
once as their leadoff man, Ken witha the 200 yard freestyle with a
Winkle, tripled and scored on time of 2:07.7.

a sacrifice fly. NARTU tied the TEAM WORK-Dlsplaylng the plaque won at a recent swimmingmeet Chip Lagdon, 9, placed, first .
game in the fourth and after seven future. are the coach, president, and three members of the Navy in his age group in the free- y
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Take stock in America Abrahamian, Nancy Alexander, Capt. Buck, president of the
with four hits and three runs ..... with 10 points.Barbara Lag-
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medals for the Jax team.

\ The Jax team is coached 0 by ;
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shift, Factory air. Power steer-
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lll: :'.:S:..:.. JUNE JULY & AUGUST Only! Monday thru Saturday ing, R&H, Bucket seats WSW. $1795
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: 1\atJ FOR MONEY $600 6-Cylinder, Auto trans.. Air
conditioned. R&H. WSW. $1095

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ELIGIBLE-Loans are made to both men and Galaxl' 500"
women, married or single. Our service is designed for
4-Dr. Sedan, V-8, Auto trans.,
people in all walks of life and meets most borrower's
needs.II' Factory air Power steering, $1 095
R&H, WSW.
ENDORSERS
REQUIREDi-You
NO may borrow on your
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signature alone, or on such security as your furniture or

in the Pacific. your car 65 PLYMOUTH
GET MONEY YOU NEED-Borrow the amount YOU need
' we don't $25, $75, $100, $200. up to $600. Consolidate your Fury I I4Dr.
bills, pay doctor or dentist, provide help in emergencies
have to tell you or for any other purpose. Sedan, 6 Cylinder Standard
transmission. R&H WSW.2tone $895
MONTHLY PAYMENTS-Use our Budget Payment Plan
about payments are the same amount each month and are
designed to fit your budget.
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COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL-Our service is a personal

II you haven't business deal just between us. Your friends, em- Happy Vacations
ployer and relatives will not know of your loan. Phone
I from the privacy of your home.
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/ QUICK ACTION-Phone us first., After your loan has been START

clUb orPJ( approved everything will be ready when you come in. If
you prefer, visit our office in person. We specialize in HERE!
I and rseoverwhy one-trip service.

* San Miguel is DIAL ;ctaiw&ant 1550 CASSAT AVE.

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