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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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/ As America's astronauts rock- At the VAB, which stands 525- moon's surface were tense mo-
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< ". feet high and accommodates four ments also for LCdr. Bill Sim-
of the lunar
-' ;.\,. samples sur- Saturn-Apollo type vehicles, a ,unons, of TRW, Inc., the com-
face, a group of earthling Na- dozen other that manufactured the lunar
reserv- -
Cdr. Saunders and A03 Gier val Air Reservists observed the aerospace pany
ists were Involved In various module's rocket engines.
Red Darter proceedings from this world'sCloud phases of assembling and pre- "The rocket engines have
Adds 12 Nine. paring Apollo 11 for launch. worked so successfully in tests
The reason is that they were During; the first minutes of the that chances of failure on the

Medals To CollectionJax largely responsible for the lunarmission's flight, LCdr. David W. Ramey, moon seem zero," he said.
success. superintendent of utilities for
The civilian Navymen who Part of LifeA
serve on inactive duty at the Na- Pan American Airwaysand
-- A03 Charles W.Gierhasa squadron. Flying the Bell Ull- val Air Reserve Training Unit, navigator for transport similar reaction -- tense
lot of decorations to how for 1B helicopter, squadronwas Jacksonville, are full-time en- squadron 24F3, was responsiblefor confidence -- came from most
his recent tour in Vietnam, based at Vung Tau ( it has since gineers, technicians and admin- controlling temperatures at of the aerospace reservists Per-
and it appears there's more on been moved to Bien Thuy) and istrative workers at the Cape the tracking and telemetry (data haps their feelings were best
the way. maintained a detachment at Nha Kennedy space complex. Working .collecting) sites on Cape Ken- summed up by A02 Phillip L.
Gier, who reported aboard VP- Be. located 1 about eight miles with the Cape's other 23,000 nedy Air Force Base. McGibbon, of helicopter squad.
45 in June, received 12 Air Med- from Saigon. Gier served with employees, they saw to the erecting Exact Temperture ron 64F1. He procures office
als at an awards cermony,bring- the Nha Be detachmentwhichwas and launching of Apollo 11, equipment for Boeing's space
ing his total to 15. In addition, responsible for patroling the whose 15 million parts func- Although his job was not directly employees at ,Cocoa Beach, Fla.
he has been recommended for the Long Tau River from Saigonto tioned flawlessly in carrying connected with the launch "The Apollo program has become -
Cross the South China Sea near facilities at the Space Center, it for almost
Distinguished Flying mankind into a new era.Confident a pet project
three Vietnamese Crosses of Vung Tau. was a crucial one. The radar everyone connected with it," he
Gallantry, the Presidential Unit Flying as a door gunner, Gier and telemetry sites relayed information said. "I think everyone here, including -
Citation, Navy Unit Commendation utilized a variety of weapons and from the spacecraftto the janitor, is emotional -
and Navy Commendation logged more than 350 flights At minus 70 hours before monitoring sites on the base. about the flight -- like thereis
Medal among others. against the enemy in South Viet- launchtime, the feeling among Without precise temperature a piece of his life inside the
nam. He averaged three flights those involved with Apollo 11, control, the electronic circuitryat spacecraft."
These awards all are the resultof per day, each of which was about quite understandably, was one of these sites would have destroyed -
Gier's recent nine-month tour one and a half hours in length. anxiety. At the same time, there itself by overheating. Another world
Gier's latest awards were was confidence."No "Failure of those sites could
with Helicopter Attack (Light) pre- Those who witnessed theblastoff -
sented by Cdr. W. H. Saunders one at the Cape is complacent have scrubbed the mission, he
Squadron Three (HAL-3)), theNavy's at Cape Kennedy could hard-
said LCdr. William H. said.
.only helicopter attack VP-45 commanding officer. Simmons for ly blame them for being emo-
,
systems manager
On The Moon tional.
TRW, Inc., and administrative
FAETULant Training Officer officer in patrol squadron 7F2.:. -* The lunar landing,probably the fuel Burning each second more ,than Apollo 13 11 tons rose of r
"We are apprehensive but con- critical maneuver of the Apollo
I from the Cape on an 800-foot
fident. 11 mission, was coordinated directly tail of brilliant
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Ends 22-Year Naval CareerLCdr. The Apollo 11 space vehicle with NASA headquarters and shook the whiteorangeflame earth for

gleaming white and black in the in Wash., D.C., by LCdr. Rus- more than three miles aroundas

Richard Martyniak, gram' were organized under his bright Florida sunlight, was the sell G. De Castongrane, engineer it ascended into the blue Florida -
FAETULant training officer direction, and he was influentialin picture of confidence .It culmin- for General Electric and sky. Destination: moon.It .
retired after 22 of the establishment of the Civ- ated years of extensive researchand technical training officer in naval -
today years was a sight spectacular enough -
service.A ilian Substitution Program. testing. Various sections of air systems reserve unit Fl. to put anyone in another
native of Detroit, Mich., he LCdr. and Mrs. Martyniak and the moonship were developed in Descent and departure from the world.
their two children will remainin Alabama and Texas, and trans- .... ,
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and for the next 11 years served the Jacksonville area wherehe ported to John F. Kennedy Space : :' ;:,,: .
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Center be assembled and ,
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in various squadrons which included plans to operate his own bus-
launched.
VP-4 and VC-7. iness.
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On April 28, 1967, LCdr. Mar- '''' >. 7 Modules Arrive
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tyniak reported to FAETULantDet. : r

Jax as a training officer I'i <' ','v.1.., One of the first men to see

and avionics officer. He has 11.. the spacecraft arrive was Cdr. .. ,. .
filled many collateral billets dur- Graybill B. Harman, supervisorof f''dq A 4 N Yof
ing his last tour before retire- ;.i',::,'. publications for Apollo 11
The EW Branch and the {
ment. : and aviation safety officer of attack -

Airman Recruit Training Pro- '1," squadron 2F1. An employeeof A
North American Rockwell

Corp., the commander inspected -
It's All Navy the command and service
s modules upon their arrival, saw
them to the Space Center's Ve-
For Apollo 12An hicle Assembly Building (NAB)
and then tested them for flight
readiness throughout the count-
all Navy crew has been LCdr. Martyniak down.
named for the flight of Apollo
12, which is scheduled to make
the second manned landing on NARF Scores 500 Per Cent of

the moon late this year. Navy
Cdrs. Charles ConradJr. FY 1969 Cost Reduction GoalThe

., and Richard F. Gordon Jr.,
.. and LCdr. Alan 1.. Bean could Naval Air Rework Facility in fiscal year 1969 exceededby
touch down this November or more than 500 percent the $1,247.000 goal assigned by the Naval
December. Cdrs. Conrad Air Systems Command.A Yy
and Gordon are both space -flight total of 111 validated savings reports were forwarded to com- 1r
veterans Cdr. Conrad was in mand headquarters in Washington prior to. the end of the fiscal
Gemini 5 and 11 -- the second year. Audited savings amounted to $6,286,700 for FY 1969 and -
time with Cdr. Gordon Apollo to $ 20,495,200 for the three-year cost production figure.
12 will be LCdr. Bean's first Cdr. L. I. Wood, NARF commanding officer, congratulated all
flight. Cdr.Gordon was appointed department cost reduction coordinators and members of the Cost
a NavCad while an AN at Reduction Office for the respective contributions to this outstanding -
Sand Point, while Conrad and accomplishment. M-
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Bean are NROTC grads from Coordinators at the department-division level were A. F. t v.d- w

Princeton and Texas. Ziegler, Administrative Services; J. R. McQuillan, Management NAVY-NASA MEN-Prior to lift-off, two>> NASA men con-
Controls; J. M. Harris, Weapons Engineering T. L. Boehmer, ducted a tour of the launch site. (I) Lt. Bob Bundy as a
What's Inside Quality Assurance; J.E. Harris, Production Planning and Con- civilian is Project Engineer for the Apollo I II I spacecraft andas
trol; C. J. Weppleman, Production Engineering; J. W. Andrews,
Waves Birthday Pages 4&5 Process; C. G. Hart, Avionics; W. H. Gentry, Weapons; H. C. a navyman serves as maintenance officer for helicoptersand
Naval Air Reserve Squadron Staff Fl. (r) LCdr. A.L.
Movies. . Page 8 Ward, Power Plant; and W. L. Vogel, Metal. on
Club Schedules. Page 8 Head of the Cost Reduction Office was W. L. Lewis. Also cited Cave is aircrew training officer for Transport Squadron 60F2in
were W. O. Hicks Jr., Betty Moody and P. N. Medlock, all of uniform and NASA Site Manager for the spacecraft as a

Management, Controls. civilian.Sixth .


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Editorial View Points



ROMAN CATHOLIC

Who Are Your Heirs? ) M. Edwards Chapel

o SUNDAY MASS9!) &., 11 a:m.
DAILY MASc11:30 a.m.

Suppose you were to die while you are in the military service? W Coi 'e. :Monslll;i be held on
Do you know who your heirs are? I- Sunday at\ 8:30 & 10:30:: a.m.
Who will receive any money due you from salary or annual leave? ..- instead of Saturday.U. .
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Who will receive your life insurance? ___ ___;L____ : Z
One method for deciding these vital questions is the designationof S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
a beneficiary on your emergency data form in your personnelfile. FIRST MAN ON THE MOON D:: Luke's Chapel
However, even though it is a requirement, most personnel failto
keep this emergency date form up to date. But the best way to SUNDAY MASS8:00 a.m.
MOON LANDING This "Moon Landing" commemorative stamp
assure that your heirs receive their inheritance, according to your D.C. late PROTESTANT WORSHIP
will be issued with first-day ceremonies in Washington, ,
desire, is through a properly executed will. in August. The engraved master stamp die accompanied Ameri SERVICES10:00 a.m.
Some factors in mind when will ale the "natural
to keep making : ca's astronauts on their journey to the moon.
heirs of your bounty." A man making a will should at least mentionhis PROTESTANT
children and the children of a deceased child, especially if he Saints'
All Chapel
marries after making his will. Where the will does not mention his Learn and Earn

children, or provide for them by settlement, they are called "p re-
termitted heirs." What is "mention" in a will may be a difficult SUNDAY .
question for a court to decide, especially in the case of a self NARF Summer Aids' WorkIn Church School -9:00 a.m.
written will Bldg.; # "722

I! Junior Church -10:00: a.m.
11 ( Wide of Jobs. Dldg. 4 722
Variety
Divine Worship Service 10
IfJjtf\l> a.m. Bldg. 4 750

f4/ By Harriett GeddesEd. Episcopal Communion 8:30:

a.m.
.oO@ ( note: The author of this fall he plans to enter Massey Small Chapel Bldg 4 750

'f." article is employed in the sum- College. Junior Youth Fellowship5.
\. mer youth working program at Working various machines Bldg. 722
lax and works in the Weapons looking for publications and filing TUESDAY
rtJI Office at NARF). are the jobs of Georgia Mc- Senior choir Rehearsal-7 p.m.
In support of the federal gov- Griff, a 1969 graduate of Wolf- Bldg. fr 750
ernment's project of hiring son High School. She loves her

.\- 0 youths in summer work programsNAS work and plans to study IBM
j Jax has employed nearly in college this fall.
In many contested cases the courts have held that a will refer- THURSDAY
200
young people from the Jack- Majoring in sociology and mi-
ring to children, relatives, or other heirs served well enough to sonville area. Nearly 90 of these noring in history at Edward Wa- Christian Science Service -
show that the testator had his children in mind. If the testator "summer aids" work at NARFin ters College, 20-year-old Joy 8 p.m. Bldg.; V 750
gives these persons a nominal amount, even one dollar, or inten- various offices and shops. Byers finds her work challenging SUNDAY
tionally disinherits them, as a rule they will have no claim to the J.A. Pink, supervisor of the and enjoyable. She works on Evening Worship 6 p.m.
estate. A will need not necessarily leave property to a child, thoughto summer aids in the Messenger IBM 87 Alphabetic Collator and Bldg. # 750
do so may prevent lawsuits. Branch said that his aids were Designer 184 for microfilm. TUESDAY'
Some persons draft their own wills. These "holographic" wills Pentecostal rellowship--7p.m.
very helpful and that their duties Anthony Lewis 17-year-old
are often contested because a homemade will often is deficient in consisted of sorthing and deliv- graduate of William Raines High Bldg. I 722
complying with laws regarding the mention of children. In
one case
NARF
ering mail in the area School sorts and does
the testator failed to mention a child, but said that "anyone who papers {
may contest this will" would receive one ,dollar. Too general and /
vague, the court held. The will did not mention children or spouse,
directly or Indirectly, or show intent to disinherit them. d Traffic
Only when there is not other means available should you write d
your own will, but it is better to write your own than to die In-
ViolationsThe
testate.So 4 a
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if you plan on drawing a will, which should be a must for ,f

everyone whether married or not, see your legal officer. Don't following is a report of
cause problems for your heirs. Make out your will properly. motor vehicle accidents and traf-

fic violations for the period July
Alone 15 throug July 21.
or With God ? Number of Accidents

This week. . . 7.
By LCdr. R.L Roberson CHC Total accidents this year through

Too often we try to go God's way part of the time and our own way July 21. . . 227.
part of the time. We find ourselves trying to go two ways at once. Number of accidents through July

Result; frustration."We 1968 ; . . 215.
must make up our minds," we say. "Either go our own way Total number of days since last
and forget God or go Gqd's way." injury in a motor vehicle acci-

But we are not sure we want to go God's way, for who knows dent . . . '. 54.
where it might lead us? He might want us to do something we do Number of Violations

not know whether we wish to do or not. This week. . . 49.
All right then, go your own way and forget God!.But we can't Speeding. . . . 16.
quite forget God either! We see Him everywhere in His created Reckless driving. . 2.
world, in the universe, in the lives of other people, and we hear His Going through stop sign. 4.

voice in our own soul. Other violations . . 27.
Learning and Earning is Madeline Parker
After all, who knows where our own way will lead us? We do not as she gets instruc Forty-five drivers appeared
know what will happen next year, or in ten years after that. tions from a NARF Supervisor. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon

As of now, at this cross roads, we do not know where either way July 24. Disposition of the
will lead us in the coming years. Do we trust our own foresightto and picking up the mail trom the art work. He plans to attend college cases included the following:
choose the way we shall go? main office. Working with Pink this fall and would like to Ten lost driving and parking
Or shall we trust God to guide us? Shall it be ourselves alone are: Walter Fitzpatrick, an 18- become a permanent employee. privileges aboard station for various -
against the world? Or shall it be God and us together travelingon year-old graduate of New Stanton Brenda J. McCray, a 1969 periods; 22 were addignedto
? High School. Walter plans to attend graduate of Matthew Gilbert High complete an eight-hour coursein
Which adds up to the most? either Jones or Massey School says this is her second remedial driving; 15 were
College with a major in computer year in technical files and that given warnings; nine were dismissed -
programming. He 'says he she is still learning something ; 13 were fined(U.S.Com
enjoys his work and that this job new. Her work includes filing and missioner); and one was referredto

J A.. X. IR: :N' E:"VIfS give and earn.him_ an opportunity to learn working She plans the to dry attend silver the printer.Florida sible commanding disciplinary officer action.for pos-

As a forthcoming senior at College of Medical and Dental Twenty-four drivers
were assessed -
Baker High School, Jim E. Wal- Assistants this fall. Also in 61 traffic
ter says that he enjoys his work her second year in technical files points.
The J JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed and
congenial associates and that is Rosemary Smith, a 1969graduate -
each Thursday at the II. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville this job beats loafing around of Matthew Gilbert High

Florida by the Molt Publishing Company, a private the house this summer. Kenneth School. Still finding her work
High School
firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIM NEWS must Hall, 18, a senior at William enjoyable and knowledgeable,she busy. He prefersthis
be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, nor 2, NAS Jacksonville Raines High School this year expresses a desire to continue work work to his past summer

hy 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News finds his work unusual and re- her work here permanently. As experiences.the
warding. He has learned how William only girl in the Re-
to
Long, a forthcoming
items arc welcomed from all sources Telephone 772 111 IS production
operate the Xerox machine along senior at William Raines Dept., Madeline Par-
or 311). with High ker, a student of nursing Flor
his
performing regular du- School is one of three summer
aids in the Reproduction ida Junior College, finds her
Branch.
Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and' queries ties.The Technical Files Branch His work includes collating work most interesting.She learns .

concerning such should' be directed to: has six summer aids learning and shooting microfilm, logging and different methods of reproductionof

HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY earning this summer. J.A. Hart- ,drawing. He says his job is good documents and works the 35VM
Mounter
ly, an 18-year-old 'graduate of for which tapes film on
4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville Fla. 32210 experience him and that it cards
Eugene Butler High Schooltypesorders helps him in to send to files.
getting along with
Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 As
files and works the 3M fellow employees.. Making master J.S. Darquene, supervisorof
Microfilm Print Reader. He says film and splicing microfilm summer aids in Reproduction
VOL. 27 NO. 19 JULY 31, 1969 he likes his work well enoughto keep. Ransold Martin a' forthcoming explained; "Most are anxious to
continue permanently. This senior at Eugene Butler learn and fhid'their work in-
.
f : teresting.. .. : .. ".

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WOMAN OF THE YEAR..For the Jacksonville Crown Chapterof
the American Business Womens Association was Mrs.
4 Agnes Tracey, secretary to Cdr Bill Nile, Cecil Air Ops Of
I____ _[ j7 ficer. She was showing her trophy to Mrs. Louise Beard, sec-
% retary to Capt Frank M. McLinn, and fellow ABWA'er, when
the captain came by to add his own congratulations.Girl .
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BEST BLOOMING DOC..Capt E.G. Hutton, Cecil Dental Officer, was working his trade when NN
Mrs. Geraldine Collins, dental receptionist,. interrupted just long enough to let him know that Girl Scouts OrganizeNAS TOJD'S:
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I 32 Red Darters Honored At Ceremony .

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Jax--Thirty-two members of in Southeast Asia included: A special presentation was &> .. -
VP-45 were called "front and LCdr. J.J. Plesur, LCdr. E.E. made to 10 recent Red Darter re- .... ..y"f1'.1i '+"
center" to receive awards, and Anderson Lt. J. L. Minderlein' enlistees each of whom receiveda ,:if. r',
another 38 Red Darters were Lt. Q. S. Masters Lt. (j. g.) plaque bearing the new squadron :, .
honored during a squardron cere D. O. Johnson, AWC J. A. Carroll emblem. They included:, AFCM\\ 1 \ :
mony. AWl L. W. Ames A01' R. W.L. McCluskey ADJC K. D. deF} Dy '
The awards were presented by H. Smith AWl J. G. Ward,AT Frontz AK1 G. D. Byard DK1
Cdr. W. H. Saunders, VP-45 R2 W. L. Barr ADR2 B.R.Gull- A.R. Eduardo AX1 D. A. Gos- ,
commanding officer. The awardees edge, AW2 B. D. Holder AX2R. horn AE1 T. E. Perkins, ATR2W. i
included AMS3 James L. L. Sykes A03 G. "H" Dalton L. Barr AO2 W. K. Cole
Bryson July Red Darter of the and AE3 J. D. Peters. PN2 J. C. Billhimer and ADR2 .
Month; and A03 W. Gier, recip- Thirty-eight second Air B. W. Gulledge.
ient of 12 Air Medals in additionto
Medal recipients were an- .
15 first Air Medals winnersand nounced including: LCdr. P. H. Marine Vets
38 second Air Medal winners. Taylor Lt. J. A. Landry Lt.
ADJC K. D. Frontz and AMS1 C. W. Heal Lt. F. A. Lehardy End CareersJaxOne
T. L. Light received their air- Lt. W. C. Ellis Lt. W. J. Wilson -
crewman wings in recognition of Lt. P.R. Dykeman Lt. R. hundred twelve ,"-
years
having completed a rigorous Wilkinson, Lt. G.G.Grieser.Lt. the sum total of five Marine Corps -
training program intheP-3Orion W.B. Finney Lt.D. L.Brown with
careers--reached an honorable CONGRATULATIONS CAPTAIN---James J. Lyons,
aircraft. Light received his Lt. J. C. Woodard Lt. R. F.
conclusion qesterday duringa over 21 of active naval service to
years was promoted captainby
wings from his plane commander, Boyer Lt. (j. -g. ) R. B. Kidd
Anderson. For formal retirement ceremony Dental Officer Capt. E.T. Nealon. Capt. Lyons, a World
LCdr. E. E. Lt. (j. g.) I. L. Olden ADJC K.
Frontz, the award represented D. Frontz AEC J. E. Nichols here The at five King Hall. War II veteran, was an, aviation line officer before entering
requalification. He previously AWl W. E. Badley AOl T. G. retiring Vietnam vet- dental school and being commissioned as a dental officer.
erans W.C.Ham-
are (Sgt. Maj.)
served as an aircrewman in C- Colgrove AWl J. E. Davidson,
blin ((1st Sgt) Freddie LeBlanc
IA Trader aircraft before report- AMSI E. L. Echols AWl R. M. ((1st Sgt.) Henry Ulm (Gy Sgt.) CPO Wives Meeting ScheduledJax
ing to the Red Dart Squadron. Everett ADJI J. L. Lankford, John Francis and (Gy Sgt. )
Good conduct awards were pre- AMHI J. E. Seals AW2 E F.Chittick Richard Delagarza. -- The station's Chief Petty Henry Taylor said that anyone
sented to AWC J. A. Carrollhis ATN2 R. T. Hawthorne
Officers Wives Club has extendedan interested in hearing Crook talk
Three of the five will return
( fifth), ABH1 C. O. Davis A02 A.C. AMS2 J. W. O'-
Nix to their homestates toenjoytheir invitaion to all those interested may attend and they need not beCPO's
(his fourth) and ABH2 Hookerhis Neal AO2 D. D. Traver AWA3J. .
retirements. Sgt. Ulm will return to hear a talk August 4 on or their dependents.Folloing
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( first). R. AWA3 C. A. Hunt
Ford to Albany Ga Sgt. Le Florida's traning centers for the the talk at the CPO
;
Personnel receiving their first RN3B.E.PalmAX3R.L.Siegel.ATN3 Blanc to Westwego La., and Sgt. mentally retarded. Club (second floor), the Wives
Air Medal in recognition of com- R. P. Vaughn ATN3 S. .
Francis to his home in Kenova, Speaking will be Lee Crook Club will present the Gainsville
pleting a prescribed number of C. Worrell 'and AXAN M.B.Shef-
W. Va. STAFF MEMBER OF LHE S Training Center with a wheel-
strike flights against the enemy fer.
Centerforchildrennear chair.
Training
Sgt. Maj. Hamblin plans to set-

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\} WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO 1 future in Orange Park. CPO, Wives Club member Mrs.

I :;;-o-.w--; ;;: -,'" ;; MARSHALL SPACIOUS & PEACEFUL ACRES

: I t tm 9359 103rd StreetJacnsonvUlt's
HEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
t J HEW & USED TV SETS t : most modern mobile newest home&

HEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES t t tJ community is now open for

J I HEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITER IIIUt your inspection. Large 44 x7S'
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AND EL VERANO MOTOR COURTMr.
F. S. Martin, Manager

SURFING CENTER 359 2924For

Full Detail
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ALL AMERICAN Soles 1 ServiceHwy.

where to go on your leave is easy. 17 Orange Park

Deciding how you'll pay for it may be more diffi FUNDNc
cult. We think we can help. An HFC Traveloanwill ,

give you cash to cover every travel expense.
Later, you can repay HFC in convenient monthly GIANT SWAP MEET

amounts. Household helps more service people The ALL AMERICAN FUND is a mutual fund. MMOIimWWmMIMIIHHMHMIHIimMHHimHIIHMMHSHIPPING

every year than any other company of its kind. OBJECTIVE: Possible growth foryour investment dollar Have IN been? lookingfor

Shouldn't you include an HFC Traveloan in your furniture you plants,

leave plans? clothes, lawnmowers,

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Come to the Largest
Need to shoo Garage Sale in -
up ..... Jax.
. . . . . .. . .. From 15 to 40 Sales in
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Apply for your loan by phone, Shed.
we'll supply your loan by mail
SHIPPING OUT?
Come see those unwanted -
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Offering Price July 28, 1969 location, tables and
fl4 advertising for you. No
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 NO MINIMUM AMOUNTS REQUIRED TO INVEST license required for
IN THE ALL AMERICAN FUND casual sellers.

Cedar Hills Shopping Center Open every weekend 9 to 6.
3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 Call Or Write For Free Prospectus Located in 2600 Blk of N.
1 -. Edgewood at 20th St.
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 AMERICAN SHAREHOLDER'S, .INC. Snack Bar & Restroomsfor
6524 SAN JUAN AVE.
convenience.For .
Penman Plaza Shopping Center JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32210 your
further info. Call
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I I NATTC : Behind The Scene I x ; ,'f f"I IJl tlx i .




.. Jax--The NATTC intramural the first and second i \ ;

I softball league came to a close The next step for is '
last Thursday when Capt J. E. is the All Marine
Kennedy presented trophies to gional Tournament.



I I Club SchedulesBluejackets I.l. I.


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--- Inn urday evening's / :i Jl ''SN7

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This evening, The Messengerof will be provided by tdJ ;
the Masses entertain from 8 inek, who begins playing ,
until midnight. Friday night the
Camelots play from 9 until I a.m. Acey Duecy STEP UP-Forrner SSgt. William R. Strubbe, a Marine Reservehas
The Messenger of the Masses will Mel Gaden will plaX been promoted to warrant officer. Pinning on his new bars
be back both Saturday Sunday, p.m. until 12:30: a.m. July 25 were Lt. Col. John M. Rapp, MARTD CO, and Sgt.
playing from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Entertainment Saturday Maj.] N.P. Stiles. Valdosta, Ga., reserve former SSgt. Cecil
Saturday and from 8 p.m. until from 7:30: until 11:30 Whitehead was promoted to warrant officer the same day
midnight Sunday. The Three Sounds. m.s ......
The Crescendos will make the surprise band for l 1=eD lID
music Monday, with The Blue to club Friday night. 11 r ri E'j'r'7" '
follow Tuesday evening and i "
on begins Sunday
The Four Clubs are on for ... 1'-;
tap .AV
I August 6. The EM Club fea- CPO Club ; 'I ; i
tures a happy hour Monday The CPO Club has L R r; .A ; : tt. : ; :
through Friday from 5 to 6 p.m. scheduled : i I. i 1
tainment : .... -1-'" .
Officers' Club and Saturday / / rpiTwTYIlr -
Castle provides the
The Tommy Brooks Quartet day with Tommy It J f. .
will be at the O'Club from 8 ,. ... ..
the following If. ........
jmtlljl PmFriday! night. Sat- pear. J I fM t.; w k f' .....ttI
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OVER 'N OUT--DTC John V. Black NAS Dental, retired July
0 0 14 after completing 20 years of naval service.


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Quinn, Oskar Werner, and David -
MoviesMovies Janssen. Color drama. Gen/G

((157 mins.).
will be shown nightlyat HOSPITAL: "A STRANGERIN
the NAS Theatre at 7:30: p.m. TOWN" starring Tony WANT AD SECTIONAds

There will also be a kiddie mat- Anthony and Frank Wolf. Color

inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and western, A/FG ((84 mins.)
I a regular feature at 2 p.m. Sunday -
and holidays. should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company 4747 San Juan Ave.", Jacksonville,
1 i The Hospital Theater willhave FRIDAY, August I Florida, 32210 to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
i one nightly feature at 7 ; Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
, p.m. NAS: "ANGER IN MY publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
Cecil Field will have
two nightl
POCKET" starring Andy Grif- be received WITH the copy for the ad.Do .
i shows during the week at 5:30and
fith and Kay Medford. Color
8 Matinees will be shownon
p.m.weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. comedy drama. Gen/VG ((105 Not Said Casa
mins.).

NAS THURSDAY: "SHOES July OF 31 THE FISHERMAN"HOSPITAL: "SHOES OF THE Rate: MieinuR. charge ((3 lines). . . . .$2.00


i I II FISHERMAN" starring Anthony103rd SATURDAY August 2 Per additional I liie ((4 words per li.e). . e a a 0.50
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NAS: "IF IT'S TUESDAY,
1k'IEd THIS MUST BE BELGIUM"
star- 1969 SINGER ZIG ZAG SEWING SIX MILES TO C. F. NAS NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS
ring Suzanne '
Pleshette and Ian
McShane Color Comedy. Gen/G Machine Cabinet model. Mono- NINE MILES TOJAX NAS Consoles, some with AM/FM,
Makes But- 4120 Sharbeth Drive E. At dealers cost,
((99 mins.). grams, Blind'Hems, tape players.
:80)( HOSPITAL: "ANGER IN MY tonholes. No attachments needed, Pretty 3 Bdrm, 1 1/2 bath brick- to liquidate stock. Full warranty!
POCKET" 5 Yr. Parts and Service. Unpaid front home with modern bit i im Phone 7715398..

Balance $62.40 or terms avail kit, Central Heat,Cent.Air,Fen-
able. Call Capitol Sewing Ma ced yard, sidewalks, LndryRm& IN CLAY COUNTY
SUNDAY August 3 chine Credit Mgr. til 9 p.m. priced $14,000. Assume 5 1/4%/ 2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved {;
388 0786. Mtg. of$11,250.&2nd Mtv.of and graded road frontage, $1450.
NAS SATURDAY MATINEE: $900. with payments of $80. per lot & up terms. Off. Ph.

"THE PATSY" starring Jerry FOR SALE 1967 Honda 65cc, Mo. plus $22. on 2nd Mtg. 282 5272 Home 282 5224.
Lewis and Ina Balin. Color
TAtIJ/
Excellent condition. $125.00 Can PLUS
Comedy. ((110 mins.) be seen at 4319 Anvers Blvd., We also, need homes to sell. If JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
or call 77J 0200. you are being transferred 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean
CALL: modern trailers & Apts., 389 -
.. 1"- Train to become a 1968 FIAT-SPYDER 850 Like- '3007.
(Retired Chief Woody Cooper,
SPORTSCASTERUnder New, 7300 miles $350 down Associate
& Blanding Center the GI Bill! Take over payments 772-0809, CAMPBELL REALTY OF JAX, FURN. COTTAGE
Adults only, $55 month, utilities
7717970PHONE For information dial INC.
TENT CAMPER SLEEPS 6 398-0851 furn. Call 3883540.BY .
356-8351
AHEAD Upright Freezer can be seenat

FOR FASTER SERVICE Justiss Trailer Park off. AUTO AIR CONDITIONING THE OWNER-2 BR.
Trailer 389-3007. masonry home, real nice, ideal
Window! units & central units,
location, reasonable, furnishedor
I FOR RENT 4 BR House 2 serviced & repaired. Tylers unfurnished. Ph. 765-3666 after -
'I Baths Partly Furn. 9040 HippsRd. Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 5:30.
OPEN SUNDAY 771-7397 Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388 -

5161.VA FOR RENT OR FOR'SALE

1962 CHRXSLER NEWPORTHT & FHA REPOSSESSIONS Houses & Apts., Equity VA &

PB, PS, Auto/Trans., Good Military househunter's special FHA resales. $100 down. Call
Cond. 771 3104 Mangella Your in-service loan can buy Powell or Mills, USN Ret.264-
$ 325. this 3 BR home $150 down, $88 2411 Orange Park Realty. Military -

monthly, new tile, heater&water Free Notary.
1963 4 DR CHEVY IMPALA heater completely refinished.
100% GUARANTEE
Power Steering R&H Air Con- VANSANDT REALTY 387-1213 HOUSE FOR Sale $7500
ditioned Good reliable comfort- 4%/ int. on balance. 2 BR, KT
We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In.
C8 388-8269.
equipped ,
able transportation $516.32 Call- STEREO CONSOLE COMBO ,
spectlon. Then we tuned up tightened and replaced everythingthat
needed It. And guaranteed them 1&07. for the repair or 771-1930 Take up payments on 2 month old 1 GEORGE'S KENNELS
replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 beautiful walnut stereo console
mile. Come on In and double check. FOR RENT BY WK 2 BDRM 4 record, Dogs and Cats boarded. Free
Furnished House on Lake. CDR like new. speed pickup and delivery Est. 1925,
ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE PREMO 772 3451 or 1- 473- changer combination radio.Balance 5085 Edgewood Ct. (Near Cas- _
ASSEMBLIES SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM due $64 or $8 per month,
4558 Keystone HTSWILFORD'S sat and Edgewood) 389 0064.
8 mons. Phone 353 1946 nightor
67 FIREBIRD 400 FISH CAMPOn day. Ask for Credit Man- 67 LEMANS SPRINT OHC 6

Vinyl Top, P.S. 4-Speed $2395 Doctor's Lake live crab,fresh ager. Will deliver,no obligation. BS: R&H, ,3 spd, console,
fish 264-9707. 1606 Main Street no equity $1300: PH. 384-
69 VW Fastback $2395Radio 6394 2884 Selma St.

heater, automatic transmission. FOR RENT 2 BR. APT. FURN.
Sedan Orange Park, 5 min. to NAS,will ZIG ZAG FOR $32 CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES
69 VW $1950Automatic rent to TAD Personnel,or Bache- SEWING MACHINE Original 2 Male, 1 Female 7 wks old
Stick Shift, Radio and Heater, Low Miles!!
Call 388-4760
Guarantee
lors, TV, Linen, Utensils optional scratched in ship -
68 VW Karmann Ghia $2295 A/C 264 6884. ment. Zig Zags, makes button- FOR SALE
holes, sews on buttons, decora -
Radio fc Heater, Air Cond.
16 Ft. COBIA, 60 HP Johnson
67 VW Fastback $1995Radio 67 CAMARO -5YRWARRANTY- tive designs, monograms, etc. motor with skis, ski rope, 3
4 spd showroom condition Just pay balance $32 or $8 per
tanks, life jackets, speed-
& Heater Air Cond.. New Paint! sacrifice 398-5877.' month, 4 mons. Phone 353-194(5( gas
Call
ometer, and Tilt Trailer
67 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. $1895Radio "66 MEP.CZDSS.250 S 40* nite or day. Ask for Credit Man- 772-0873 after 6 p.m.
Will deliver obligation
ager. no
& Heater, Blue & White. Light Blue 22,000 miles,Perfect!
1606 Main St.
Call 771 4499. BEING TRANSFERRED?
66 VW Dlx. Sta. $1695
Wag. WANT TO KEEP YOUR HOME?
QUALIFIED, DEPENDABLE IN CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND
68 VW Sedan $1795Radio Person to work in nursery Area. 5 acres- 10 acres & Under retain Florida homestead law you exemptionwhen may now

& Heater Over 21. Must like children. larger tracts, Terms-282-5272 your officially transferred to

67 VW Sedan $1495Stereo "Phone 388 0638. or 282 5224. another duty station; Why not

New Paint. '58 FORD RANCH WAGON WILMAR APARTMENTS let us manage your property during -
Heater Radio A/C Good Cond. ? Wewilllease,
6 near Jax & Cecil. your absence
Duplex
65 VW Karmann Ghla $1495
$200 771 6016 7-10 eve. Furnished, $105., unfurnished' manage and provide you with a
Cpe. Air Condo, Radio and Heater. profit and will still havea
$85 St. Tax you
CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS plus Newly painted
66 VW Sedan $1295Radio '68 FORD TORINO GT Fast 2 Br., Lg. Kit., Breakfast home on your return to Florida.office

heater, back, Console, A/T, 2 D, HT, nook, 2 car parking space,water, Call today or drop. by our
65 VW Sedan $1195 R&H. REAL NICE I $2295. sewage, garbage, lawn service for further details.TERPENING

I '66 T BIRD 2 Dr, HT, included., 1 block West of the REALTY
Radio & Heater 5900 Blk. of Jammes Rd., 1/2 8029 NORMANDY BLVD
Loaded - - $2250.
65 CHEV. !/2 Ton Pickup $1195 Call A. T. Madison Ext. 2431 mile South of 103rd St. Call 387- Complete Real Estate Service

or 384-1391. WE FINANCE! 2541, nites or weekends call 389- Realtor 781-0020 MLS

64 PLYM. Fury $10954Dr. 0744.UNDERWOODTYPEWRITER.
HELP WANTED Part time
FOR SALE 2 ELEPHANTHIDEGolf
P.S, P.B., Air Cond.
bags, New $50 each. Call Day or Nite Shift Burger Chef

64 VW Squareback$1195 Major Mapp 356 1554. shape.Portable Has, $30 lightweight balance, or good pay 6238 103>d St. 771-0855

ORTEGA 4340 Baltic St. 3 Rm. $8 per month. Phone 353-1946
62 FORD Galaxie 500 $6954Dr. ....
ANYTIME. Will deliver,no obligation -
Cottage Con. NAS $65 monthly. MONEY MAKING BUSINESS
., Air Cond. Radio & Heater 1606 Main Street. at home raising live bait for

OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast PLACE SETTING FOR 5 fishing thruout S.E.Exp. Clay Co.
& West Coast. 353 3691. Platinum Renaissance by Fran- Worm-grower will provide advice -
ciscan half price never used. & stock of African Night-
WATER FRONT LOTS 264-2905. crawlers&ORedWigglersfor pro
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN High, Wooded, Ideal investment. fit in Spring. For Details write

Mobile Homes welcome. I mileE. '69 UNCLAIMED ZIG ZAG SEW- Bill Frisbee Box 205 Middleburgor

of Lake Asbury on 209. La- ING MACHINE Never used. Call 2646418.OIL .

INC. Rue 725-3992. Sews on buttons Makes button- -

holes, Blind Hems Stitches,Mon- PAINTING
AUTO. ZIG ZAG makes ogram, OvercastsNo attachment I will teach you all you needto
Phone
1150 Lane Ave. So. 781-5511
buttonholes fancy designs necessary. Orig. Guarantee know to create your own mas-

Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM blind hems overcasts Orig- BALANCE ONLY:$29.17 or terms terpieces. $30 for 3 months.
inal price $229. Will sell for available. Call Capitol Sewing Studio of Eve Lyn. Call after

69.95 Call 771 9106. Credit Mgr. 9 9 388-0786. 1200: 771 .- 0 82July





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ning streak Saturday by downing VA-1741311/2 AMD 93
CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUPSMC Powell Plymouth 12 to 6. VA-44 1111/2 VA-45 82 Kronjaeger Retires
I The old scored their
men runs NAMTD 69
George BlackburnThe during the first two Innings and After Twenty
With
going into the last inning with remaining activities and
the score 12 to 1, and Larry the race as close as it is, it NAMTRADETS... Aviation Ma-
Mayport Naval Station In the second game the Naval Gaskill pitching, the Plymouthmen will be interesting to watch the chinists Mate (JET) First Class
Softball team had high hopes of Station scored first in the second made the score board up-coming events for the Captain's Eugene Kronjaeger was piped
putting down the Cecil Raidersin inning and Cecil in the fourth.At five times before Cecil's 'Holt Cup outcome. over the side into the Fleet Reserve -
last week's game, especiallysince that time the 'Black Shoes' after completing 20 yearsof
two former Cecilites are were ahead however, their lead Wilheim' Bill Painter came in Archery Naval Service. After inspecting -
now a part of the Mayport team. was only short lived as the Raid- to halt the Powell assualt. August 3 at 2 p.m. there will Naval Air Maintenance Train-
(Coach Bob (Casey) Scruggs and ers banged across five runs in 'Spanky' Bathurst, who all be an archery meeting at Picnic ing Detachment 1034,Kronjaegerwas
Jack Kimball, now aboard the fifth inning. By the begin- during intra-mural competitioncould area #2. All personnel interested presented with letters of
the F. D. R. Sadly enough however ning of the seventh inning, Jerry onlymanagesinglesblasted in forming an archery club appreciation by LieutenanyCommander -
Steve Burton and Jerry(no- Murphy started to show signsof a two run homer over the left are urged to attend. If you desire J.K. Donaldson, Officerin
hitter) Murphy, throttled the tiring following back to back field fence. Tom Richards saw information prior to the Charge of NAMTRADETS, expressing -
'Black Shoe Navy' to a 1 to 0 'hits one of which scorec. Coach his batting average dip in Satur- meeting call Lcdr: Vaughn of appreciation for 20
and 6 to 4 defeat.In Lee replaced Murphy with Steve day's game when thjee trips to VA-44 at Ext. 142. years of exemplary service.
the first contest, Steve Bur- Burton who ended the Naval the plate yielded only one hit. Kronjaeger and his family will
ton had a no-hitter going for Station's assualt. The 'Red Baron' Linder who hada Touch Football Officials remain in the Jacksonville area
five innings before Mayport'sfirst .033 average lived up to his and reside in their new home in
hit, a bouncer to the rightof For the fans who did not witness expectations however, when he Anyone interested in officiating the Arlington section of Jack
second baseman Bob Barrett. these games, Mayport showed came back from the plate empty- Cecil's touch football games this sonville. He will begin the fall
The hit was well placed since that they will be a team to reckon handed after two trips ( and season are urged to contact Mac semester at Jacksonville Uni -
even had Barrett fielded the ball, with in the up-coming district he wonders why the acid pen cal- McGukin the athletic director at versity, where he will be major-
it would have been another trickto play-offs now scheduled fpr August he wonders why the acid pen the Gym or Ext 498. At the ing in music.Visits.
throw the runner out. 4 through 9 at OLF Jack- called VA-44'the stingless Hor- moment officials are badly
Cecil scored their lone run on sonville.At Meanwhile the 'old men' are needed,so if you are available:
a a walk to Bill Painter, a stolen the same time, our own in search of stiffer competition please help.
base and an error by Mayport'sJack Raiders show that they have the but have heard it said that
Kimball. All this allowed pitching, with Steve Burton,Jerry the Cecil all-star Raiders are NATTC Head VP-45
Bill Painter to reach third, and Walker and Jerry Murphy; the the only area team that canoffer
then Doug Shepard came through hitting, of Bob Fewell,Bill Painter them a threat. Coach Gaskill JAX..Capt. J. E. Kennedy, new After the aircraft tour, Cdr.
Doug Shepard and Don: Jack- commanding officer of the Naval Saunders the squadron
with a double off the left field saqs if if this event come about, gave com-
fence which sent Painter home son combined with the speed of his two ace pitchers Lou Center Air Technical Training Center, mand presentation and a briefingon
with the decisive,run.tT. Bruse Kusskee, Bob Fewell and and Jim Hardin are ready for tv.rame acquainted with another patrol operations and the 'Red
Ed Vaughn. And who could forget action. tenant activity aboard the air Darters' recent WESTPAC de-
their esteemed coach, Jim Lee, station, as he visited VP-45 in ployment.
who has built a bench which can Intra-mural Action: the VP hanger complex.
T be called at time and Buy
upon any Bon Voyage to VA-82. To- Capt. Kennedy was accom-
? furnish the team with the support day VA-82 departs Cecil Field panied on the tour by Capt. D. L. U.S. Savings Bonds
they need. All and all those
,
for extended Herlong, commander Fleet Air
an deployment.Since
combinations will be indeed hardto & Freedom Shares
WHOLES AL.E
beat. the Marauders return froma Wing 11, operational commanderof

PRICE TO EVERYONE Coach Lee states he is looking Med cruise, their sports record the Red Darter squadron and
has been somewhat out- all Jacksonville-based squadrons
forward
to having many Cicilites
attend the standing. The Mauraders fin- ABSOLUTEAUCTION
Jax when
regionals at
OPEN the Raiders ished first in basketball, firstin Upon arrival at the complex,
take the field. Per
EVERYDAY I sonnel who be their League in softball and Capt. Kennedy and Capt. Herlongwere
hope to on hand
Cdr.W.H. Saun-
greeted by
in the Station Cham-
for the 6ND runner-ups
matches
are urgedto
99 call'the athletic director TdVn pionship for softball. VA-82 ders, VP-45 commanding officer, EVERY FRIDAY, 7:30 PM
also finished in the who conducted the tour through BANKRUPT
SUNDAY'TU McGuckin to determine the exact runnerupposition STOCKS
for intra-mural hand- squadron spaces and one of the Home Furnishings Clothing
timed the
Raiders be
will
6p.m. play- Red Darters'Lockheed P-3 Orion Sporting GoodsMusical
So ball. So to the Marauders, Well Instruments
ing. beginning 4
August ,
Done ASW patrol aircraft, providing
let's and smooth sailing! Photo Equipment
support our Raiders into
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; Fliers Darkhorse All America for "q


;: Pensacola Defending w Jax Girl SwimmerJaxKathleen



,:: Champs in 6ND Meet the Navy Jax swim Fitzpatrick team was of

named to the 1969 Girls All
p YAJt America swim team by the
I Jax--The first pitch of the 1969 to repeat but two area clubs are American Swimming Coaches
Sixth Naval District Softball expected to give a good run for Association.With .
\1' Championship will be tossed out the title. The Jax Fliers and 1,000 nominations coming
" at 11 a.m. Monday as 12 teams Cecil Field Raiders are both r from 22 states the All American -
'; gather at NAS Jax to battle for capable of grabbing top honors squad was limited to 10
the crown. and entry into the South Alantic girls in each event.
The tournament will be run on Regional tournament at Little f ax + > During the past school year
a double elimination basis with Creek, Va. Aug. 11. Kathleen represented Forrest
six games slated for both Mon- The Fliers earlier in the sea- High School at the state high
day and Tuesday. First round son displayed top grade play by school meet at Ft. Lauderdaleand
opponents will be decided at a knocking off almost opposition placed first in the 100 yard
banquet Sunday night as teams but went into a slump duringJuly freestyle with a time of 56.8
'. meet their opposition with draw falling far below their potential. seconds which helped her in being
from the hat.Tournament. Hope remains, however,that they .chosen.. for the national honor.
director Frank will begin to play the type of In addition to high school,
McCaffrey has announced that ball expected of them and up to Kathleen represents Navy Jax
game time Monday and Tuesdaywill the ability they have. Jax is swim team in AAU competitionunder
be at 11 a.m., 1, 3. 5, 7, fortunate to have four front line a ;. the direction of coach Vic-
and 9 p.m. at Mackroth Field, pitchers in Von McClure, Les tor Abrahamian.
Saratoga Ave. and Mustin Rd. Carroll, Paul Swaim and Don Team membership is opento
Game time Wednesday will be Stewart. With a little bit of all active and retired personnel
at 3, 5, 7, and 9 p.m. and Thurs- offensive and defensive support and their dependents. "
day's games will go at 5, 7, they can take the Fliers all the
and 9 p.m. Unless a special way to the regionals and beyond. DISCUSSING STRA TEGY--Talking over plans for coming AAU
playoff is needed to decide the Teams represented in the swimming 'meets are All America swimmer Kathleen Fitz-
winner the two final games will tournament besides Jax and Cecil patrick and her coach Victor Abrahamian. USD
be Friday at 10 a.m. and 8 will be Mayport,,_Charleston, S.
p.m. In the event of a dead- C.: Key West, FJa. Athens ,
lock after Friday the champion- Ga., Meridian, Miss., Albany,
ship will be decided Saturday with Ga., Memphis, Tenn., Glynco, Officials
games at 10:30: a.m. and 12:30 Ga., NABTC,; Pensacola, and
Do You See
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Jax--If you feel you are some-

Haliski Notches Win inWomen's what of an authority on the rulesof So Of These
football why not put your talentto Many
I work and pick up a few extra
dollars as an official in the NAS
Tennis Meet Jax intramural program? Officials _
are needed throughout the
Jax -- Marilyn Haliski of Sco- ships at Alameda, Calif., which season and even if you've never a a
tia N.Y., downed Margaret Cozadof are being held this week. before refereed a game you can
Norfolk, Va., to capture first Haliski and Cozad also teamedup learn by attending a special clinic 0 -
place in the singles division of to capture the dotbles title for officials. Contact the Ath-
the Navy's East Coast Women's by defeating Arlene Whitaker of letic Office, Ext. 3239, or attenda
Tennis Championship hosted by Bainbridge, Md., and Rachelle meeting today at 4 p.m. in
NAS Jacksonville last week. DeHoff from Washington, D.C., the gym, building 3.
Miss Haliski took the best of 6-0, 6-2.
three matches 6-3,4-6, and 6-3,
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Carroll Trims Kal's KornerBy -

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Mac Dill with rT __ I J03 Brent Kallestad

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No Hit GameJaxLes q +
Stoke 'ya' coals football fans Naval Air Basic Training COm-
u M Y y. cuz Friday night at 9:30 ABC mand from Pensacola reportedly
Carroll of the Jax n k k a fields another strong club.
4aNF Y b (Channel 17 locally) televisionwill
Fliers fired a no-hitter Saturday + 9 < f carry the annual clash between Tourney games will be playedat
night against MacDill AFB of the world champions of 11 a.m. and 1, 3, 5, 7 and
Tampa and came within an Infield ttt4VcI professional football(Joey's Jetsin 9 p.m., during the first two daysof
error of hurling a perfect '69)) and last fall's graduating the double-eliminationtourney
game. college All Americans. which will conclude on either
held the Air
Carroll
While
Friday or Saturday.
Force nine hitless he was backedup This will give you an oppor- . .
tunity to catch Namath.in action
by only one run by his team- first hand--your first chance to The Gult Coast lures magicallythis
mates but that was all he neededas : weekend for "real hungry"
jjttz catch the super-swinger sling on
the hitters toting lum- w.r
he
sent the gridiron since he terrorized football fans as Tampa hosts a
ber back in order in all seven
Jacksonville in January.The pro football exhibition between
innings. The only runner to reach d Minnesota's rugged Vikings and
'7 game will be in black and
first base for MacDill came in f .. s a ,, white because of the inadequate Miami's up-and-coming Dol-
the fifth on an infield boot but s 9 lighting at Chicago's Soldier's phins, Saturday at 8 p.m.
that runner was doubled off first --- : Field for color coverage, but Jacksonville will have an exhibition -
following a fly ball for the second you'll have a 50-yard line seat tilt between Boston and
out.The in your favorite living room Denver August 30, but Tampa's
scored in the third
Fliers attraction is headandshouldersabove
chair--how 'bout that?
frame as Ray Badovanitz opened ___ the Kickaround scheduledfor
with a single and HiRgins followed . . the Gator Bowl.REMEMBERSax.
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with another base hit moving Bado THE SIXTH NAVAL DISTRICT Air News'
vanitz to third from where he BIG RED CHAM PS-Three MAD "Big Red" softball team Softball tournament begins here "You Pick Urn" contest beginsin
'. scored on an error. The Fliers members present the NATTC Intramural Championship trophyto Monday with 12 teams entered in less than two month--time to
were limited to only five hits Lt. Col. R.P. Eckmann, (second from right) MAD commanding the '69 field. Returning champion bone up prognosticators!
through the entrie game, two by officer. Most valuable player Rich Dobler (left) also re-
first sacker Bill Aaron in three ceived a trophy and is joined by Jodi Talley and John Mc- Take stock in America

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bled to MacDill 2 to 1 as Don
Stewart suffered a tough loss.
Mental errors proved to be the k SAVE YOUR PAY INCREASETHE
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sixth to earn a split. Badovanitzonce
again scored the only Sax
run after tripling to center and 1
scoring on a center fielder's
miscue.

6ND Next
The Fliers are idle this weekend -
as they make final prepar-
ations as host for the Sixth
Naval District Softball champion- d

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