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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 2, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Resolution to FreedomThere < '" '
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are so many reports of problems these days and the means "'- + ,.
of communicating them to us are becoming increasingly efficient .1IIf4. v::: -_-,'-. --"".
that we have very little time to think about the problems in our Frs, ::a x
nation's past.A F; ---

look back though, will show that the hours of our forefathers CATHOLICNAVAL
t were more often than not marked with obstacles that could make "
.. 't\ some modem problems insignificant in comparison. During the hot i +
summer of 1776, when the members of the Continental Congress were AIR STATION
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',a' :debating the matter of whether to declare their independence from rVV "t Saturday Mass 5 P.M.

King George's England it was a dark and dangerous time for the V V : -... SundayMassl1:00A.M.Daily : .
colonists Gen. Howe's army was expected at any time in New York Mass 11:30: A.M.
In Canada Continental troups had been driven into swamps, where Saturday Confessions -
many died of smallpox. Several of the colonies had failed to send their ., "' ; 10:30: 11:15: a.m.
quotas of ammunition, and more and more Tories were joining the :
British regulars. : NAVAL HOSPITAL
Nevertheless Richard Henry Lee introduced into Congress a G'-,\ ) Sunday Mass 8 A.M.

resolution declaring: 'That these United Colonies are, and of right {

ought to be free and independent states...' NATTC
Five men, led by Thomas Jefferson, were selected to 'embody the Sunday Mass* 930 A.M. *
spirit and purpose of the resolution in a Declaration of Independence.' BROTHERS-Cdr. M.C. Premo administers the reenlistment oath to Bldg. 500
The document, the signing of which we commemorate each July 4 ATI Clifford B. Elrod of the Aircraft Maintenance Department's
Avionics division and his brother YN2 George G. Elrod of the Shore

Patrol. George Elrod added six years onto his 10 year career, while PROTESTANTNAVAL

I his brother,a 14 year career man, re-uped for three more.Jl&JWl.
HOSPITAL

Sunday Worship 10 A.M.


NAVAL AIR STATION

r Sunday
Holy Communion 8:30:
A.M. Bldg. 750
Church School (all ages)

The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different 9 A.M.
meal schedules. Dining Hall No.1 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows: Junior Church (Nursery
has remained the foundation stone of our way of life for 194 years. breakfast* a.m, to 7:30 a.m. dinner. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.llnd supper 4 p.m. to grade 6)) 10 A.M.
the 5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 l.m.1
During the War of 1812, when the British raided Washington, dinner It a.m. to 12:30: I.m.llupper. 5:00: p.m. to *::1S. Both Dining halls observe Divine Worship Service
Declaration was hidden in Leesburg, Va., until the capital was no the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast *:JO a.m. to 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
longer in danger. From 1921 to 1952 the original document was in the S:30a.m.rbrunch*:30a.mto12:30p.m.Iandsupper.4p.m.to5:30p.m. Junior Youth Fellowship
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25
care of the Library of Congress. It was moved in 1952 to the National cents dinner and brunch for*S cents and supper for 50 cents. ,1 P.M. Bldg. 722
Archives building where it is seen by hundreds of thousands of Senior Youth Fellowship
Legal Holiday
Americans each year. Friday,July 3 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
We celebrate the Fourth of July not only because it is our country'sbirthday
but because it marks a day on which a group of incrediblyforesighted Early Breakfast Brunch Supper Tuesday
men founded a society based on ideas and democratic Hot Oatmeal Grilled Hamburgers Roast VealNatural Senior Choir Rehearsal

principles theretofore reserved only for idealists. Ham Eggs Omelet to Order and Potato Cheesburgers ChipsSimmered Mashed Gravy Potatoes 7 P.M. Bldg 750
Thomas Jefferson, who was to become the third President of the Griddle Cakes Kidney Seasoned Green
United States, perhaps best summed up thedocument by calling it an Baked Bacon Beans Beans ThursdayChristian
Slices Ice Cream Cups Spice Cake
'expression of the American mind. Science Service -
Cinnamon Rolls Butter Cream
And what is this American mind? It is the conviction that: Saturday,July 4 Icing 8 P.M.

'All men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator Early Breakfast Brunch Supper
with certain equal rights; that among these are life liberty, and the Hot Grits Barbecue Pork Grilled Rib Steak NATTC
pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are Eggs to Order French Slices Fried Smothered& Onions Mushrooms Divine Worship 12 P.M.

instituted among men, deriving their just power from the consent of Griddle Broiled Ham Cakes f PotatoesButtered Rissole Potatoes Bldg. 500Evening
the governed.' Slices F, F, Lemon Buttered Worship 6 P.M.
Cake Doughnuts Mixed Vegetables AsparagusIce Bldg. 500
Cream Cups Chilled Watermelon ,
Beyond the Peeling! Slices

Sunday,July TrafficViolations

By Lt.J. C. Simpson, CMC USNR Early Breakfast Brunch Supper
Hot Farina Grilled Cheese and Spanish Steak
Eggs to Order Bacon
Sandwiches
How common is the statement heard, 'I believe in God, but don't ask French Toast Potato Chips Mashed Potatoes
me to go to church. Every church I go to seems to be interested only in i Grilled Ham Hot Baked Beans Buttered and Carrots Peas

money. Money, money, money!I' Strange indeed is such a mentality. Slices Ice Cream Cups Blueberry Pie
According to the scriptures just believing in God is of little merit Iced Bear Claws Monday,July The following is a report of
inasmuch as 'the devils believe and are afraid'. If we mean that we motor vehicle accidents and
have a right relationship with God when we confess that we believe in i Breakfast Dinner Supper traffic violations for the period
Him, then we must think in terms of a right relationship to the church. Hot Grits Beef Rice Soup Baked Lasagna June 16 22.Number.
Eggs to Order Breaded Veal
The scriptures allow no room in the mind of a Christian for a high Minced Beef Cutlets Cuban Pizza Pie Bread of Accidents.
Christology and a low ecclesolgy that is a high respect for Christ and a on Toast Brown Gravy Buttered Brussel This week 7.
low respect for the church. The church is 'the Body of Christ' declaresthe Hash Brown Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Sprouts Total accidents this year through
scriptures and St. Paul declares that 'Jesus loved the church and Cake Doughnuts Boiled Pinto Fruit Gelatin June 22 114.Number .
gave Himself for it. BeansButtered Fresh Whipped Topping of accidents through

The problem with many people when it comes to the church is, HOW Frozen Vegetables June 1969 204.Total number of
TO.GET BEYOND THE FEELING! Most people who really enjoy Peanut Butter days since last injury in a motor

eating a banana have learned the significance of peeling it, prior to Butter Cake Cream Icing vehicle accident 9.
eating it To eat an unpeeled banana can be a bitter experience! Manypeople Number of Violations
have a bitter experience with every church they go to, because Tuesday,July .. This week 94
they have not the love for God nor the intestinal fortitude to look Breakfast Dinner Supper Speeding 4
Hot Oatmeal
beyond the offensive periphery that any church might project the Eggs to Order Roast French Turkey Onion Soup Beef Pot with I Reckless Driving 0
first time we visit it. If we have the love for God that we should and Hot Griddle Cakes Natural Gravy Buttered Biscuit Topping Going through stop sign 10
committed to the Lordship of Christ, we have what it takes to peel off Baked Sausage Mashed Potatoes Noodles Egg Other violations 80
the periphery and find the heart of Christian fellowship. Cinnamon Patties Rolls Corn Bread French Fried Thirty nine drivers appeared
Dressing CauliflowerSouthern before the Traffic Hearing Boardon

Buttered Frozen Fresh Broccoli Greens Style June 25. Disposition of the

Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream Cups cases included the following:
Whipped Topping Ten lost driving and parking
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privileges aboard station for
Wednesday, July 8
various periods; one was

Breakfast assigned to complete an eight .
Dinner
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Hot Farina Cream of Potato Supper hour course in remedial driving;
distributed ,each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Eggs to Order Soup Savory BakedChicken ten received suspensions; sixteen
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a French Toast Yankee Pot Roast Chicken Gravy were given warnings; eight were
Deep Fried Fish Vegetable
private. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Portions Rice Pilaff Gravy Mashed Potatoes dismissed; forty were fined (U.
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Hashed Brown Buttered Green Black Eyed S. Commissioner; and one was
Jacksonville by 12:00.noon on Monday before publication. News Potatoes Peas Buttered Peas Fresh referred to his commandingofficer
items are welcomed from all sources- Telephone 772.3118 or Praline Rolls Pineapple Pie Frozen MixedVegetables for possible disciplinaryaction.

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Applesauce Cake Three drivers were assessedfive
Thursday,July? Fluffy IcingBreakfast
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Dinner traffic points.

concerning such should be directed to: Hot Oatmeal Chicken Rice Soup Supper
Eggs to OrderPineapple Salisbury Steak Grilled Beef FOUR CoM""'ifAr(
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY
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4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Broiled Bacon Hot Cakes Hashed Brown Onion Brown Gravy Chile I Macaroni Pq) tll 'E Pky/tfl9

Telephone 388-2755 Raistd Slices Doughnuts Beets Potatoes in Orange Lyonaise Scalloped Potatoes Corn
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VOL. 28 NO. 15 JULY 2, 1970 Buttered Beans Green Chocolate Icing! Fudge : 1

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Adm. Moorer Moves Up w':..., Exchange ,
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Adm. Zumwalt Assumes I Holiday
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Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr., former commander, U.S. '.l Navy Exchange activitiesat
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Advisory Group Vietnam, relieved Adm. Thomas H. rr j > ., Hospital will be open regular
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hours tomorrow the main
Moorer as chief of naval I operations in ceremonies at I except
office 27 Snack Bars
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Annapolis, Md. yesterday.Of 4 ._
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Hangar 1000 and Bldg. 200, which twill
of the most colorful and Meritorious Mast Recipients at MATSG are (L.R) LCpls. Ravenna, be closed.
tradition-bathed of naval events, Tutton, Diehland, and PFC. Paul. On Saturday all Navy Ex-
the Tecumseh Court ceremonieswere change activities will be closed I
witnessed by 3,000 guests except the following:
plus 300 midshipmen. To lend Marine Officer ReceivesNavyCommendation NAS:

added dignity and pomp to the Cafeteria, Bldg. 118, con-
proceedings a joint service color tinuous; 19th Hole Lounge, Bldg.
guard, the Navy Ceremonial Medal 808, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Candelight,
Seaman Guard, and the Marine Bldg. 808, 11 a.m. to Midnight;
Honor Guard Company from Bowling Alley Snack Bar, Bldg.

Washington were on hand. ? Jax Capt. W. E. Varnadore, ship, vast technical knowledge, 609, noon to 11 p.m.; Service
The change of command rites r AE 'B' School training officer and superb initiative in trainingand Station, Bldg. 26 and Express
opened with a parade of the was presented the Navy Commendation supervising his section in Store No. 1, Bldg. 931, 9 a.m. to 3
colors by a Navy-Marine color '\..rrR. Medal with Combat maintaining the highly complexand p.m.; EM Club Annex; Bldg: 3, 9
guard, followed by the playing of ..' ; 'V'by MATSG Executive Officer, sophisticated electronic a.m. to 1 p.m.; and Cafeteria,
the National Anthem by the Maj. John C. Weare, June 23. systems of the squadron's air- Bldg. 3,11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Naval Academy Band. RAdm. Adm. Moorer Varnadore received the medal craft.' NATTC: '
James W. Kelly, the Navy's while serving as the Avionics Cafeteria, Bldg. 554, 9 a.m. to
former chief of chaplains, Joseph B. McDevitt, the Navy's: Officer of. Marine Attack Earlier, four Marines received 9:30: p.m.
delivered the invocation and judge advocate generaf he Squadron 211, Marine Aircraft Meritorious Masts at MATSG for Naval Hospital:,
Defense Secretary Melvin R. became the 19th and youngestCNO Group 12, First Marine Aircraft their participation on the NATTC Snack Bar,Bldg.112080, 11 a.m.
Laird gave the principle address. in history. In the audience Wing in connection with combat Drill Team. Marines cited by to 10:30: p.m.
Following Laird's speech, watching him accept the operations against the enemy in MATSG Executive Officer, Maj. The Commissary Store will be
Adm.Moorer took the podium for stewardship of the, Navy was the Republic of Vietnam from Weare, were LCpls. P. J. open tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 6
his 'farewell address. RAdm. James Calver, the March 31, 1969 to Feb. 2, 1970. Ravenna, R. H. Tutton, C. R. p.m. but will be closed on
He then read his orders youngest superintendent in theacademy's Varnadore was cited for Diehl, and PFC D. M. Paul, all Saturday.
relieving him as CNO for duty as history and Adm. 'exhibiting exceptional leader from AE 'A' School.
chairman of the joint chiefs of Zumwalt's classmate at An-

staff. Adm. Moorer becomes JCS napolis. Both were graduatedand -. .... "
chairman in ceremonies at the commissioned ensigns in L1 f'7f
Pentagon tomorrow. He will 1942. "'
relieve retiring Army Gen. EarleG. Adm. Zumwalt took his oath of
Wheeler.His office, placing his hand on the
orders read, Adm. Moorer bible that Adm. Farragut used onboard

then requested permission from his flagship, the USS ,.
the Secretary of the Navy, Hon. Hartford of Civil War fame. -: i' \,
John H. Chaffee, that his flag be < ,
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traditional honors in the form of ;
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the playing of the Admiral's ;.... .,,:. .
March, were rendered to Adm. \ '< \, "f.ti;'
Moorer. After the last musical .

note,a battery of cannons fired 19 .
guns in salute to the outgoing /

Navy chief. At the last gun Adm. '.
Moorer's flag had been hauled ;
down.
The same honors were given to I ,
Adm. Zumwalt after he read his r y < I
orders as new CNO, reported to n 1
the Secretary of the Navy for \ ,
duty and directed that his flag be \. I
broken. His flag went up as the
first of the 19 guns were fired.
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LATWING-l's Chief Staff Cdr. Gonzalez Takes Over Helm



Officer Retires After 28Cdr. During VA-45 Command Change


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J. A. Shannon, USNR, Abilene, Texas, and entered the
chief staff officers of newly Navy in 1943.? He was designateda Last Friday, Cdr. A. H. Gon Constellation (CVA-64)) to mottos to symbolize their
formed Light Attack Wing One naval aviator in 1945 and was zalez relieved Cdr. A. H. Hinmanas Vietnam as assistant officer in dissatisfaction and contempt for
and Chief Staff Officer of assigned to VF-81 where he flew C.O. of VA-45 in a change of charge of the newly formed E2A the real doers.'
Readiness Attack Carrier Air the F-6F and F-4U aircraft priorto command ceremony at Hangar Hawkeye detachment.Cdr. He then quoted a former CNO,
Wing Four prior to its being released to inactive dutyin 67.RAdm. Gonzalez holds the Air Adm. Thomas Moorer, who said,
disestablishment on June 1, 1947. He was recalled to active Lawrence HeyworthJr. Medal 1 with three gold stars 'Unfortunately,somewhere alongthe
retired after 28 years naval duty in 1951 and after refresher ., ComFairJax was the guest Navy Commendation Medal line, something has been
service here at ceremonies training was assinged to VA-175 speaker. Seated with RAdm. Navy Unit Citation, Armed forgotten by a great many of our
conducted at the Officers where he flew AD 'Skyraider' Heyworth, Cdr. Hinman, and Forces Expeditionary Medal people. There is no quick, easy
Recreation Facility June 30. aircraft. Cdr. Gonzalez on the speaker's National Defense Medal, Viet. and absolute solution to many of
Cdr. Shannon retired after a platform were Capt. F. M. nam Service Medal and Republic the world's problems. But I thinkwe
in VA-175 he
1 career which was the subject of a Following duty McLinn,C.O.of Cecil Field,Capt.J. of Vietnam Campaign Medal can test the course we are
LSO and
message of commendation from completed training was B. Morin, LATWING 1 com- with devlice. taking toward solutions, at any
Commander, Naval Reserve assinged to CVG-17 where he was mander, and Cdr. A. F. Jensen, He is married to the former given time simply by asking 'is
the Staff LSO and assistant
Forces U. S. Navy, RAdm. H. E. station chaplain.Cdr. Betty J.Tsikouris. They reside at this consistent with what we are,
Greer, saying: operations officer, later Gonzalez was born in 1539 Montrose Avenue East in with what we stand for?'
'Cdr. Shannon has been a becoming operations officer. In Tampa, Fla., where he attendedthe Jacksonville with their four For RAdm. Heyworth, this
superlative performer 1955, he was assigned to the University of Florida and the children Alfred, Mark, Gina and ceremony had a personal
Naval Air Test Center at
throughout his career. From an University of Tampa prior to Derek.In significance. He and Cdr. unman -
operational standpoint no one can Patuxent River, Md. as an LSO entering the Navy as a naval his speech to the assembled served together in VF-81
and in TF T-2V and
get the job done as efficiently as F-J aircraft.In project pilot. aviation cadet in October 1953. guests, RAdm. Heyworth said, inpart.'An (later VA-81)).
Cdr.Shannon. As a leader he has Upon completion of flight attack squadron has an Cdr.Hinman,his wife Caroline,
demonstrated by example. His 1965, he was assigned to the training in October 1955, he was extremely important task to and their children Paula and
identification of the correct way COMNAVAIRLANT Staff wherehe commissioned and designated a fulfill being ready at all times Bucky, leave for Sandia Base in
has been flawless and his was active in the weapons naval aviator. From his first for whatever is demanded of it Albuquerque, N.M. where he will
execution an example for even training department. He was assignment with All Weather and readiness is the biggest partof work at the Defense Atomic
the classroom'. assigned to RCVW-4 Staff as chief Attack Squadron 35 at NAS North the Navy picture. Support Agency. Before
Cdr. Shannon was born in staff officer in early 1968. Island to VA-45 were he has 'From distinguished combat relinquishing command, he said,
served since 1967 as Maintenance action in World War II and 'It goes without saying that I am
officer, operations officer and Korean through peacetime proud to have been part of the
executive officer. deployment including service in Attack Squadron 45 Blackbirdsfor
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In March 1959 he reported to maintained an enviable work, by detailed knowledge of
RATES Naval Postgraduate School, record.'It your jobs, by careful supervisionof
Monterey, Clif., earning his would seem that with each those leaning and by doing
bachelor of science degree in passing year, the gleam in the each task the right way not the
EASY MONTHLY March of 1961. He then reportedto eye of your Blackbird gets a little easy way. You have found the
VT-25 at NAAS Chase Field, brighter-and his green derby and road to success,Stick to it. Enjoythe
Beebille, Texas. shredded cigar and inclinedat a pride of a job well done.
PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL With shore duty up in cockier angle. Continue to provide an example
November of 1963, Cdr. Gonzalez 'Last November when I toward which others can strive.'
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From the BOOK SHELFBook \"


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Review: The Centurions,' which are just as relevant in 1970as %

by Jean Larteguy, E.P. Dutton & they were in 1954. ,. THE FRONT OFFICE
Co., Inc., New York, 1961 Even more than that, when the )
five prisoners are finally \ J
Reviewer: Richard Ehrlich,
Foreign Service Reserve Officer repatriated to France followingthe
Agency for International Geneva armistice and are

Development U.S. Department of immediately caught up in the
State. Communist-led insurrection in Adm. Thomas H. Moorer will leave his post as Chief of Naval Ope rat ion stoday

served with Algeria,we find that the events in and to the of
Having the French accept a presidential appointment position chairman of the Joint
Vietnam were not a single
Expeditionary Force in In- Chiefs of Staff.In .
theater of conflict but of
part a
dochina, Jean Larteguy is in-
timately familiar with the sub- related, world-wide effort. With his farewell message to the concern. It includes knowing to political change. Nor are our
ject of his second novel, 'The the Mddle East as volatile todayas Fleet, the admiral stated, 'The whom one is responsible. It motives entirely altruisitc.
Centurions.: He begins with the it was in 1954, and with our past 41 years of service have implies caring enough to become Freedom is on the line for
citizens divided and confusedas
forced march of the thousands of as convinced me that our Navy has involved in discharging these America too; certainly there is
those of France then
French prisoners captured at the were been made great and will remain responsibilities..' no more important vocation or
is
fall of Dien Bien Phu, the defeat Larteguy's story more great so long as we have Elaborating on that thought, profession than to serve in the
that cost the French their meaningful to us now than it was dedicated people of all ranks and the CNO's message reads, 'Thereis defense of our great nation.
when it written.
Southeast Asia colonies. The was rates who put service before self, no quick, easy, and absolute Therefore, I think those who seekto
experiences of these prisoners of 'The book.Centurions'It catches is a worthwhile the country before comfort and solution to many of the world's demean the uniform and
the Vietnamese Communistsmake responsibility before personnel problems. But I think we can test degrade this service can well live
compelling reading for any feelings of men defending their convenience..and before what is the course we are taking toward to regret their actions, because
nation from its enemies while
Marine, soldier, sailor or airman phrased these days as'doing your solutions, at any given time, without a strong leadership in the
who could find himself in Viet- being attacked by factions at own thing. simply by asking, 'Is this con- armed services the strength of
home that seek their
nam in the future or who may to betray The message continues to sistent with what we are, with our country will quickly decline.'.
have buddies who have already efforts. discuss and define the three typesof what we stand for?' This processis 'The final responsibility I have,
that France's
found themselves in the same Remembering responsibility which the admiral something we must work on in mind is the one you have to,
colonial forces lost
difficult situation. expeditionary considers most essential. every day.Remember. yourself. Personal responsibility
both these to
Although Larteguy's book is a nationalist rebel enagagements movements that 'The kind of responsibility I havein we live in a real begins with integrity, which is
novel, he claims in his short mind,' he states, 'leans not so world, not a dream world. simply another word for personal
foreword that the actual events were usurped by the Com- much in the direction of Dreams haveno limits; the real honesty. Without integrity, all
munists should learn
and situations he recounts are useful.we obligation as it does toward world has practical limits-or at the other qualities of your per-
real, and his witness to them something least limitations. Above all we sonality do not amount to much,
certainly has the ring of truth. must distinguish between the for the dishonest individual will
The central characters, five world of our dreams and use his good traits only when they
French officers who served aspirations and the tough cruel, suit his convenience.. You cannotbe
throughout the siege of Dien Bien demanding world of realitywhere a dishonest person and hope to
Phu and were taken prisoner advantage, gain and privilegeare be a responsible person.'
when the garrison fell to the accompanied by work, sweat, Looking back on his career and
Communist Viet Minh, are each tears and accountability for our the world situation, the admiral
fully fleshed out personalities. actions.' writes, 'On July 2 of this year I
Understanding them, as they are The second type of responsibility will take over my last assignmentas
changed by their intensive exposure Adm. Moorer discussedwas a military officer. As I pass
to Communist brain the one we have to society. into what one might call the

washing, is to understand how lIe pointed out that every living twilight of my career and look
each of us might react under the American is responsible for about the'.world full of war.and
same circumstances.The preserving the nation's freedomand threat of war..as I look at the
Centurions of the title are security.On nation and see the bitterness of
not only the officers dispatchedby the subject of military in- faction and growing disrespectfor
France to put down a Com- stallations both here and abroad, law and order, I often wonderif

munist-led insurrection halfway the message states, 'They are everything my generation has
. around the world. They are there to establish an environmentof attempted to do has been worth
direct descendants of the ancient stability under which free men the effort.
Roman centurions who were can determine their own course. 'But, soon, I realize that it has,
putting out brushfires on the rim They are there topermitorderly, because our nation is stronger,
of the Empire while the citizensin I day than ever before.

Rome broke into divided I

factions, some arguing the \\
necessity of the actions of the
Legions while others condemnedthe
forces that were preserving
Roman civilization from outside
attack and peripheral In-
surrection. Those of us who are

trying to protect the United 0'f
States' interest in Southeast Aisain .
1970 can readily sympathizewith '
both our predecessors.Their .
problems are our 6
problems; their disillusion is our '1
disillusion; their bitterness is our
bitterness.But :,
Larteguy has accomplished -
more than a
recitation of the events of 16
"
years ago. He provides insight
into the techniques and ideologyof
the Vietnamese Communists




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Study Shows UnionRepresentation ,) ::: Civilian
:
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OffUnion t r { .NL Trainees

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representation of employees employees. I r GraduateJax
in the Federal service Excluding the Post Office I L I 4 :1
continues to increase, but with an Department the number of s
indication that the upward trendis employees in exclusive : i I Twenty nine civilian

leveling off, according to a recognition units as of November apprentice trainees were
statistical study just completedby 1969 was 843,000 a gain of 6 graduated to the journeymanlevel
the U. S. Civil Service Com percent over the figure for 1968,, f / ykse during ceremonies on June
mission's Office of Labor which was 798,000. In 1967, there 18.Presenting
Management Relations.The were 630,000 non-postal Federal the Apprenticeship
study is based on union employees covered by exclusive Completion Certificates were
recognitions in Federal depart. recognitions. In 1966, there were Capt. H. 0. Cutler, commandingofficer
ments and agencies as of 435,000; in 1965, 320,000; in 1964, NAS; Capt. D. H. Heile,
November 1969. A full report of 231,000; and 1963, the first year in commanding officer, NARF; and
the findings is being prepared for which statistics were obtained for LCdr. S. R. Stokes, assistant
,printing*and publication and is coverage under Executive Order public works officer;
expected to be available soon. 10988, the figure was 180,000. Naval Air Rework Facility
Fifty-(our percent of executive graduates were: Charles K.
branch employees (1,477,000)were Union Representatives Jax Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic Terry L. Fort. Anthony, instrument mechanic,
represented by unions ney was presented a check as a Special Act Award from Public Works electron; James E. Combs,
bolding'exclusive recognition The union with the greatest Officer, Capt. R. T. Hardy. electronic mechanic; Harold D.
rights in Federal agencies as of number of employees Fortney was at the U. S. Naval Hospital during the time of the accident Danson Jr., aircraft electrician;
November 1969, compared with represented on an exclusive basisas resulting in a fire and complete power outage on Jan. 23, 1970. Robert E. Eubanks, aircraft
52 percent or 1,416,000 employeesa of November 1969 was the Fortney was cited for his calm and fast action directly responsible for engine mechanic; Roger B.
year before. These figures do American Federation of saving much equipment. No motors were lost the air conditioning Gibson, instrument mechanic,
not refer, to union membership Government Employees AFL- absorbers did not solidify, nor did the equipment room fill with steamto electron; Harold Griffis,
-only to ,employees covered by CIO) with '482,000 employees hinder fire fighting efforts.Civilian machinist; Carl A. Johnson Jr.,

exclusive recognition. Employees represented.Of aircraft engine mechanic; Floyd
covered by exclusive the total number of all M. Kay Jr., aircraft instrument
recognitions numbered 1,239,000 Federal employees under exclusive Job OpeningsJax mechanic, electron; Top student:
Kenneth J. Krulish Sr. aircraft
((45 percent) in 1967; 1,054,000 ((40 recognition 85 percentwere ,
percent) in 1966; 835,000 ((33 represented 6y AFL-CIO Civilian employees of positions for which applicationsare electrician; Clarence L. Lalk,
percent) in 1965; 730,000 (29.5 affiliated unions, 14 percent by NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, now being accepted. aircraft engine mechanic;
national George R. Luke aircraft engine
unions and ,
) in 1964 and independent ,
percent ; 670,000 ((27 FAETULANT Del. Jax, Navy
percent) in 1963.Exclusive 1 percent by local independentunions. These new bulletins are an- mechanic; Robert J. McCallumJr.
Stores Naval
Commissary
nounced to establish registers to ., machinist; John T. Raines,
As of January 1, 1970, a new Hospital,Navy Recruiting Station, fill future vacancies in the aircraft electrician; Robert D.
RecognitionsThere labor-management relations Disease Vector Control Center, positions listed below: Leader Swaney, machinist, and MichaelR.

order, Executive Order 11491. Regional Storage ManagementOffice Stockman, MPB No. 67-70, Walsh, aircraft instrument
were 2,647 exclusive became effective, replacing Fleet Weather Facility, closing date July 7,170, Aircraft mechanic, electron.
recognitions,up from 2,305 a year Executive Order 10988 of January FICEUR, Navy Finance Office, Ground Equipment Mechanic, Graduates of the Public Works
Regional Office of Civilian
ago. Negotiated agreements rose 1962. Exclusive recognitions and and MPB No. 68-70( date of first cut Department were: Ira W. Blue ,
Manpower Management
to 1,340 from 1,181, with the agreements continue under the Defense Surplus Sales Office, July 9, 1970. electrician; Willie E. Brothers,
number of employees covered by new order until changed by the electrician; Donald W. Carson,
Jacksonville Fla. should refer to
,
,
negotiated agreements up to ordinary workings of the refrigeration and air conditioning
the official bulletin boards in
1,194,000 from 1,176,000 as of the program, such as a represen- their various work for I[ &uiivivw 1 mechanic; Francis F. Hickson,
previous year.Exclusive tation election or the information areas all refrigeration and air conditioning
recognition which renegotiation of an agreement. concerning mechanic; William C.
gives unions the right to negotiate Hollingsworth, automotive
agreements on behalf of Federal mechanic; Charles H. Kemp
employees covered 72, percent eBob's machinist; Dennis A. Lee,>
((426,111)) of Federal wage system Oak Hill machinist; John T. Lietch Jr.,
(Blue collar) employees and 29 refrigeration and air conditioning
percent (416,712) of the mechanic; Robert D. Mann,
Classification Act or whitecollar -- 711'RAth Pure Service CenterOpen pipefitter, Robert J. McKenney,
employees. Comparable figuresfor refrigeration and air conditioning

November 1968 were 67 for your convenience 6. a.m. 10 p.m. mechanic Oscar F. Shearer,
percent (400,669)) blue-collar and plumber; Larry F. Silas,
E IISNING SAcEtY!
28 percent (396,842)) white-collar refrigeration and air conditioning
road service. pick I delivery
vp mechanic David S.
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Ir1eI ;SYgoP.?>wk'fcgk, _.w _
mechanic Vann, sheet metal worker and
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.. Four !rears of planningand Support personnel, with Supply items which are sent to the
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waiting culminated June 16 Officer Capt. E. A. Grinstead Aircraft Maintenance Department
when the Fleet Support Divisionof (SO) and Fleet Support Officer for repair. To further expedite
the NAS Supply Department Lt. D. W Ireland (SO) per aircraft repair, Fleet I
officially opened its new locationin forming the honors.Lt. Support maintains pre-expended
Hangar 1000. Ireland describes the Fleet bins of widely needed components w

On hand for the ribbon cutting Support Division as the '3M arm which are available for ,, k
ceremony were all NAS Supply of the Supply Department.' Its general customer use. r. 4 r
Department officers and Fleet mission is to supply maintenance Each month the 15 civilians and ,. 4
parts and materials to all 38 military personnel assigned to a
Jacksonville-based squadrons, Fleet Support receive approximately -
HORSE SHOW including NARTU, VW-4 and the 6,000 requisitionsfrom
patrol squadrons.Prior the various squadrons. The ,,, .
c & to April 1969, the divisionwas requests are processed by ft.J
located in Building 110. It UDAPS computers and returnedto
was temporarily moved to the the division for item delivery.
t BAR-B-Q Sono Buoy Shop in Hangar 1000 Unique among Navy facilitiesin
until the new offices were its method of operation, the
SATURDAY, completed.The NAS Fleet Support Division offers
JULY4 hangar location is an assetto local squadrons one of the ::1

SUNDAY, both Fleet Support personneland most efficient material support
squadron members, as it units available anywhere. In the
July offers ready processing of supply words of Division Officer, Lt.
FREE ADMISSIONI! I requisitions and a convenient Ireland, it is 'the 3M system
source of maintaince supplies.By personified.' RIBBON euTTING-capt. Grinstead and Lt. Ireland officially open
CLAY MAVERICKS employing a rotable pool of the new Fleet Support facility in Hangar 1000. The Fleet Support
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SOFTBALLA in the second game with a nitty in establishing the strike zone
one-hitter, Jackson singled and and dimensions of the plate... the
combination of liquid sun- came around to score when strike' zone is thought (by pit II
shine and military committments Pierson was tossed out trying to chers) to be from the top of the rr
limited softball action to but two stretch a single to provide the batters head to his big toe, and ;
games, both in the American winning marker. the plate 6 x 10 feet. "',
Leaguue. Coach Jim Lee announced that BOWLINGNational

VA-174 took an 11 inning he is attempting to schedule a League: A number of .
thriller from AV-ORD, 6-5. South- home doubleheader against the .
transitional problems 3
paw Don Doole scattered nine strong Roman Spa team of league ",.: w
cropped which prevented the _
up
hits and struck out eight battersto Jacksonville.
from providingthe e
league secretary
take the win. Stewart doubled Rudies Rubies: Babe Lord >"
standings and Individual
leading off the 11th inning, and (formally known as the banjo .
exploits of his stellar keglers.
with two down, came in to scoreon hitter) rapped out a two run .
American Larry '
League: "
a single by Rowe. Urich was single Monday in extending his
Mullenix rolled a 250 game which
losing pitcher. hitting 'streak' to two full games 17i:
was 111 pins over his season '
Ops 7, AV-ORD 1. Lew .. For those who forget that The pinfall was the ..f",.!' ,
Center pitched six innings of mental errors do not play a big highest average. Larry ever recorded. f,1\ 1r l
ball out five softball With two outs visited the attack aircraft
shutout striking part in : Dave Waldron had the evening Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird
batters and giving up five hits. and a runner on 3rd base, an high set with a 569. Ninteen other carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt June 17 as part of a ten-day in-
Taylor had three hits in four tripsto infielder recently fielded a bowlers had 500 or better series. spection of the U.S. military installations in Europe. While aboard
the plate for Ops. AV-ORD ground ball and threw it towardsthe Standings: Roosevelt, Mr. Laird augmented three officers from Attack Squadron
tallied on 'an unearned run off catcher rather than makingthe Fifteen Into the Regular Navy.. The augmented officers were (left to
relief pitcher Carrne. easy play at 1st. The catcher, A.45 No. l 46.26 right): Lt.'William. L.Osthelmer, tt. R. John Castor and Lt. Byron L.
The Cecil Field Raiders not expecting the throw, failed to V A.46 50.34 Duff.
journeyed to Glynco and split a play the ball. As a result of the Operations 41.31 31.2'
VA.45 No.2
doubleheader. The Raiders mental blooper, four runs sub-- Weapons 40.32
dropped the curtain raiser 2-0. sequently scored ... do you Marines 37.31
but came back to take the wonder why our local pitchersare Dental 36.32 Club SchedulesBLUEJACKETS
nightcap, also 20. In the first on the verge of suing their V A.17 4 33.35VAS3 33-35

game, Sam Way limited Glyncoto teammates for non-support. Once AMD 30.31
only two hits, but his team- again the umpires desire to V A.46 No.1 32.44
mates couldn't,dent the plate. 'Thank' certain members of the Food 6erbice 30.42 INN Acey Deucey Friday and

Don Dock turned Glynco back pitching fraternity for their helpPhone Supply Avionics 2'.43AMO 21.47 Ronnie and the Soul Societywill Saturday nights, from 1:30: to
12:30.: The Plantation Gang will
(Standings are based on percentage be appearing at the EM club
be appearing here on Sunday
) each night this week through July
evening from 7:3Ci to 11:30. The
Congratulations to Ed Parrish. 8. Wednesday is the night of the
club will also be sponsoring a
Ed picked up the 4-6 and 7-10 grand opening of the 'Pirates
Hour for
Happy
split,commonly known as the Big Cove' and the Four of Clubs will surprise your
enjoyment.
Four. be on stage with the Society that
Anyone interested in starting a evening. CPO CLUB

three man team scratch leagueare ACEY DEUCE CLUB The CPO Club will feature the
requsted to contact the Red Edwards and the Altonesare Clubs on Friday and Sunday
354-5511 Midget at VA-45 Check Crew. the featured artists at the nights, while on Saturday Phil

Cay and the Chantels will provide
SERVING ALL OF JACKSONVILLE the entertainment

RADIO DISPATCH 'FRA BRANCH II

Club 91, 5391 Collins Rd., will
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. a II" Freedom Is Topic of 1970 Essay F VW-4" Honors i ni li HBMMMHHBKMB Four m ,:'


Jax Every year Freedoms of the results. Such notificationwill eligible they are welcome to
Foundation asks the men and be a formal written an- enter other categories of the Hurricane Hunters
women in the Armed Forces nouncement from Freedoms Freedoms Foundation Award

active duty or reserve to ex Foundation on February 22. Program such as editorials,
press their thoughts on a patriotic Awards will include $1,000 and cartoons, essays (other than the Jax- Ceremonies were held at participated in the Pacific
subject. This year's theme is the Defender of Freedom Award above), public addresses or VW-4's hangar No. 123 Tuesday theater during WWII and made
'Freedom: Privilege or for active personnel, and $1,000 sermons relating to the fun- for an officer's retirement and seven Mediterranean cruises at
Obligation.' and an encased George damental freedoms of our the presentation of three lettersof various times aboard the carriers

The Foundation hopes to Washington Honor Medal for American way of life Military appreciation. Forrestal, Saratoga, and Coral
stimulate the thought of ser reserves. Additional awards are personnel are also encouraged to LCdr.; George A. Regan was Sea.The
vicemen and women on the $100 and $50 and George submit entries in these other piped through side-boys for the former chief aviation
subject of freedom as we know it Washington Honor Medal and categories in addition to their last time as he completed 31 electronics technician served one
in America, and to call attentionto Honor Certificate awards. letters on 'Freedom Privilegeor years active naval service. year in VW-4 after reporting from
the obligations which all Although civilian employees at Obligation.' Originally from Waterloo, COMFAIRJAX staff.
citizens and particularly those military installations and wivesor All entries must be received by Iowa, Regan has been around the He and his wife Joan have five
serving in the Armed Forces, children of servicemen are not November 1, 1970. world from both directions, children and live at 8055 RenaultDr

have in .maintaining andprotecting :,.-W.ADR1. _
this freedom. Letters James 0. Graves, AG3
should relate to the credo of the Exchange Features Holiday BuysJax David G. Steimle, and YN3
American way of life, the Con Warren W. Haines received
stitution or Declaration of In- letters of appreciation from Cdr.

dependence.If Whether you're planninga lubrication-oil change is being Yet, managers must be aware of Paul L. Siverly, executive of
your letter is selected for a backyard barbecue, a trip to offered at a 10 per cent discountover your desire for particular ficer.
Freedoms Foundation award, it the beach or plan to have a quiet normal prices. This special merchandise.Valid Graves, who will be tran-
can bring a principal award of time at home over the big'4th of also includes a free service checkof complaints about service sferred to VT-27, was cited for v
$1,000 plus an encased George July weekend, the exchange is your radiator, transmission, and merchandise can be droppedin outstanding performance of duty
Washington Honor Medal. The now featuring everything you'll fan belt, battery and hose. the suggestion box. They will during his, tour at VW-4 as
two best letters one from an' need to make your celebration a The cafeteria and snack bar be reviewed and corrective action assistant supervisor of the line
active duty member and one success. Shop now and,be, fully are featuring cool, refreshing will be. taken. wherever crew.
from a Reserve earn principal prepared for the Fourth. summer salads, iced tea and a possible. Steimle and Haines received
awards for their authors. Summer clearances will be different flavor of ice cream each The exchange serves you. A their letters for being nominated
Your entry need not be a offered with casual shoes, week. For a change of pace, why few minutes of your time for the sailor of the quarter
'letter' as such but may be in lingerie, men's, misses and not stop in and see what appealsto required to complete a award as well as for outstanding
essay or poetry form. Entries children's sportswear priced to you? suggestion helps us to help you. performance of duty. Haines was
should be no less than 100 nor meet your summer wardrobe Why not have the gang over for nominated twice for the award. i
more than 500 words in length. If needs. a barbecue this summer? The
letter style is used the addressee While visiting the men's shop, cafeteria or EM club managerwill
may be any person or take a look at the latest in be happy to discuss all the
organization, real or imaginary. summer jackets and slacks. available picnic catering service Jax News Briefs I IJax

Type or print your full name, Lightweight sport coats and color being offered. ,
rank, social security number, coordinated slacks will put you in Prepare youngsters for their i i

complete military address the center of the fashion swing. school work by having their eyes Jax The annual Mayport The NAS Dental
service It's not too early to begin examined at the Optical
or reserve componentand Shop.
Midshipmen Ball will be held at Department has begun stannous
for the back-to-school The latest in frames
complete home address. planning styles are
the Mayport officer's club July floride treatment for dependent
Entries may be sent any time days. The Navy Exchange will also available for the entire 25. children between six and 23
before November 1, 1970, to shortly be displaying school day family. Midshipmen who wish to attend of years
Freedoms Foundation, Valley values on children's clothing, The exchange Personal Services age.
may sponsor a young lady Parents or whose
Forge, Pa. 19481.It notebooks, pens, pencils, Center can take care of all between 17 and 22 of birthdates in sponsors makean
years age are
July may
not be to briefcases and a host of other engraving needs. Personally
may possible your
who is a dependent of active dutyor appointment for their child at
acknowledge each entry and only bell-ringing items. engraved briefcases and retired military personnel. the Dental
those persons designated for For the student who will be other school supplies are both Department appointment
Sponsors are requested to desk Ext. 3504.
award by the National Awards struggling with research papers attractive and practical. ..
submit their guest's name, ad- Each child will receive an oral
Jury will be individually notified and term reports, typewriter The EM club is celebrating the dress, phone number and age hygiene lecture and demon-
would make those long assign- July 4th holiday by offering a
along with their own name and stration, oral examination, an
ments a little easier and neater. free dinner or bottle of wine to station
duty by calling 245-5463 orby application of stannous bride to
CLIPPER
Typewriters are being featuredas patrons who are having a birthday
writing to COM- prevent tooth decay, and dental
T.CRAFTMERCRUISER the item-of-the month in the during July. Those born
CRUDESFLOT 12, U. S. Naval health education material.
back-to-school displays at the under the of Leo Cancer
sign or .
Station, Mayport, Fla. 32228. No X rays will be taken.
STERNDRIVES exchange.It should take advantage of this
might be a good idea to look special birthday present.
MERCURY through your linen closet and see
+ OUTBOAMDS what you may need in the way of Help Us To Help You I

sheets, pillow cases, towels and
EXPERT other linens. Pastel colors and The Navy Exchange Officer is '
REPAIR prints are the vogue and the ex- interested in your views con- *+r'AI )+ Ml pNlNlliiD'Wi

SHOP :': change will be featuring a wide cerning the selection of merchandise -
FACTORY ; selection of color coordinated and the quality of
MECHANICS TRAINED linens during its annual August services provided by the ex

white event. Look for the Daisy change. Using the suggestion box wait to SM you ill i!
.n TffiiiJlB[ displays marking this special located in the exchange helps

244-9835 sale. make the exchange more :

INLET MARINE Services responsive to your needs. back on the 5th of JII,.
While prices and types of
If you're planning a motor trip merchandise are subject to
Silts I Stfflct over the 4th, take advantage of regulations, your preferencesplay To add to your safety,
Hwy 17 Orange Park the special holdiay offer at your an important part in
service station. A combination determining what will be sold.
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help enjoy them. 0 All only one block from 1 Kro # Mon. Thru Sat:8:30-6:30: : ; Sun. 1-6:30:
golf and an elementary school-with other I > DIRECTIONS:Out Roosevelt Blvd.,
schools, shopping centers and boating min turn right on San Juan-Continue past
utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the ." Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road Stay alert and stay Iii,..
Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown -turn left to apartments.
Jacksonville in 15.0 Apartments have individually a.
controlled heating and air conditioning ;
carpeting, draperies, and sliding glass RLEN That why McDOnalds< !is}QJI' /\/\
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I I NATTC: Behind The Scene I r



I' '1

By Barbara McNeelyWith The letter of commendationreads graduation ceremonies in Pen-
in part: 'He attained an sacola.
Highest Honors overall grade average of 88 per- Petty Officer Bardwell '
cent for which he was awarded a reported to NATTC from
AEC Philip E. Bardwell was special diploma at the graduation Whidbey Island, VA-165, in .,
presented a letter of com- ceremonies, appropriately inscribed August 1968, and is an instructorin '
mendation from Adm. B. M. 'With Highest Honors'. AE-IB School. I :
Strean by Capt. John E. Kennedy Fewer than four percent of the Cash Increases and Awards :D s
in his office Tuesday morning. academy graduates achieve this rt ,.,".., ,4 1,
Bardwell graduated from the level of attainment.! Twenty-seven civilian em- !
Chief Petty Officer Academy, Chief Bardwell's wife Faye and ployees of NATTC earned quality .
Class 70-C, May 8. daughter Kimberly attended the increases and cash awards \ I) 1 a/I ..
,l.. .
during the past year. Capt.
Kennedy congratulated the SCENIC SHIPOVER..A01 Bill Parris, attached to Patrol Squadron45's
employees for their outstandingwork Patron Rota detachment in Rota, Spain reenlists for four years on
and presented the awardsat the steps of the Parthenon in Athens,, Greece. His plane commander,
ceremonies Tuesday morning.An Lt. J.L. Minderlein, administered the oath with the remainder of the
employee must show out- crew in the background.
standing performance in his
work, be recommended by his
supervisor and be approved by Red Darter Re-ups In AthensAthens
the IncentiveAwards Committeeto
earn one of these awards. .'Join the Navy See row seats for the ceremony as the
The following employees the World.' officers and men of Crew 33
CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC. received cash awards: Tania S. A01 Bill Parris took the escorted Petty Officer Parris to
Ham, Virgie L. Green, FreddieR. standard Navy recruiting themeto the Parthenon and then stood by
Green, George L. Waters, heart when he re-enlisted for while the oath was being ad
FLORIDA'S NO. I CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER Katherine H. Fromhart, Julia M. four years on the steps of the ministered.
Johnson, Lorene L. Faircloth, Parthenon in Athens, Greece
Following the a lady
Home of Eileen F. Cairel, Carrie B. Sch- recently. ceremony
who had witnessed the event
ruins of the ancient
midt, Henry C. Bickner, Amid the
Margaret 0. McCall and WilliamM. Greek temple, Petty Officer approached a crew member and
asked if he 'stationed in the
The Duster Ross. Parris, the ordnanceman on were'
45's Crew 33 Mediterranean. When he replied
The following employees Patrol Squadron ,
'Yes,' she continued, 'Well, we
received quality increase took the oath of enlistment administered
are glad to have (the U. S.
Lt. J. L. Min- you
SPECIAL awards: Alice P. Stamps, EllenH. by '
PRICESTO Bethea, Doris B. Lundblom, derlein, his patrol plane com Navy) over here.

AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSONNELWE Bobbie C. Parham, Esther T. mander. A veteran of 18 years Following a day of sightseeingand
Schultz, Joseph A. McManus, naval service and several shopping, the crew assem-
Wanda M. Cannington,Audrey H. enlistments, A01 Parris ad- bled at the Hotel Sevilla in
COOPERATE WITH NAS CREDIT UNION Freeman, Florence G. Anders, mitted after the ceremony that he Athenai, an Athens suburb, for a
Intha L. Eubank, Catherine 0. was 'a little nervous.' celebration hoaoring Parris
OPEN July 4th & 5th Christofali, Pauline E. Reeder, Crew 33 is currently assigned to hosted by the hotel owner.
r-- Mary E. Ellis, Mary P. Luvisi. the squadron's PATROL ROTA
ALL DAY There were 28 employees who detachment in Rota, Spain. The next day it was business as
; The unusual for usual a patrol back to Rota
[CHRYSLER Cplymouth received awards last year. opportunity
where VP-45 has been main-
PH. 389- 7792 shipping-over came as a result of
BowlingThe a training exercise the crew taining the detachment since
1736 CASSAT AYE. participated in which terminatedin November 1969. Crews rotate

NATTC Bowling Banquetwas Athens for a day of crew rest. between Jacksonville and Rota
held Friday evening at the With his enlistment up that date flying operational patrols across
Fleet Reserve Hall No. 126. and with the crew's consent to the Atlantic.
President Stan Crosby introduced muster on the Acropolis for the Since assuming the Med watch
Parris agreed to ship the squadron has logged more
Herb Colt, secretary of ceremony,
the Greater Jacksonville Bowling over at the site of Greece's most than 2000 hours on anti sub-
famous ruins.Consequently. marine, shipping surveillanceand
Association, who presented the
trophies and awards with the on the morningof training patrols throughoutthe
assistance of John Sutton. Colt May 25, tourists visiting the Mediterranean. 'Red Darter'
Parthenon were treated to front aircraft have visited such Med
remarked that of the 6,500
'SMove ports as Naples, Nice, Soudha
members of the
Bowling
Bay,Sigonella and Palma as wellas
Association Game Scratch Ron
High
:
2,200 are military the cities of Lisbon,
personnel. This is the largest Mackie and Loraine Ott
Weisbaden, Madrid and Rome.
number of military personnel to High Set Handicap: Tom
'Join the VP Navy See the
participate.The Thomas and Donna Fassnacht world.'
following trophies and High Game Handicap: John
awards were presented: Sutton and Joan Watson
First place team, AEVB, This year for the first time
Second, Officers and Third, Try- everyone was a winner. Bowlers Toke Your Babyto
Outs. who did not win individual
out Ron Mackie received both the awards received small participation -
Century Award from ABC and trophies for their
the Brunswick Award for bowlinga support.
with HFC 252 game, 100 pins over his New officers for the summer- a SpecialistWE
an TraveloanLeave ,average. fall bolwing season were in- MAINTAIN IT
The individual trophies were: stalled.
Most Improved Bowler: John John Sutton is the new WITH LOVING CARE
time coming up? Let HFC help you Sutton and Mary Ann O'Donnell president, Mary Ann O'Donnell, TOM BUSH Volkswagen

move out. on a trip home or to some vacation High Average: Bob Turie and vice president, Ron Mackie,

spot. with an HFC Traveloan. It'll cover Mary Ann O'Donnell secretary, Marvin Reed, Rel/tW1I/ ltOM'
High Set Scratch: Tom McGee treasurer and Hannah Edwards, 9850 Atlantic Blvd.
every cost. And you can repay when you return and Hannah Edwards women's secretary.

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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Publisher m
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Call: 3882755Ads i MOVIE SCHEDULE

AIR NEWS : Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

NAS Jacksonville for publication the following Thursday. Ads .
1IIIIIIRllllltll''<"" Ii'I8' 1IIIf>! 1Ift _
AFTERBURNER I arriving too late for this deadline will be

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE : published the following week unless the

publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or Thursday,July 2 Hospital: 'Dead Men Don't

money order for the full cost of the ad must be Count'
NAS: 'The Big Hunt' Color
received WITH the copy for the ad. ,
4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 Safari Adventure. 'G' G. (94 Monday,July 6

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) SO Cents mins.)
Hospital: 'The Appointment' NAS: 'Midnight Cowboy'

starring Omar Shariff and Anouk starring Dustin Hoffman andJohn
----
Aimee. Color drama. 'R' G. ((94 Voight. Color drama. X' ((119
mins.) mins.)
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS 'HIDDEN WATERS'
EMPLOYMENT Consoles some with AM.FVtape\ Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots Hospital: 'Darquero'TuesdayJuoy7
players. At dealers cost to liquidate available. Excellent fishing, boating, Friday July 3
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771.0409. swimming. Mobile Home area. Also,
permanent home area. High, wooded
SERVICE WIVES lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake NAS: 'Brotherly Love' starring
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS SEWING MACHINE REPAIR Asbury on No. 209 LaRue 7253992. Peter O'Toole and Susannah NAS: 'Number One' starring
Jobfinders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or &Call 353.1946. .Free estimates, pickup York Color drama. 'R' E. ((112 Charlton Heston and Jesseca
A
delivery 1 Sewing Machine, Inc.
1022 Park Street, 350888.SALESMAN .
mins.) Walters.
WINDSOR FOREST Color drama. 'GP' V. G.

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH Brick, 3BR., 2B., Fam. Rm., WW Hospital: 'The Big Hunt' ((130 mins.)
WANTEDPart Wilford's Fish Camp 2649707. carpet & drapes. Cent. H & A. Good Hospital: 'Midnight Cowboy'
time to work Naval Air neighborhood for children Dead end
Stations prospects. Call Don Kirk, 733 street. Walking distance to elementary Saturday,July 4
6700. GEORGE'S KENNELS & junior high. FHA appraisal Wednesday,July 8
Est. 1925. Dogs & Cats Boarded. 23000. $1,600 down Conventional
& $4,600 down. 7717085. NAS: 'Dead Men Don't Count'starring
Pickup Available.
Delivery NAS: 'In Search of Georgie'
BE YOUR OWN BOSS Grooming, Defleaing & Bathing. Mark Damon and An- starring Julie Christie and
Money making business at home Matercharge & Bank Amerlcard thony Steffen. Color western.
raising live bait for fishing. Ex. accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 'GP' G. ((90 mins.) Michael Sarrazin. Color drama.
Edgewood Crt. 389.0064. 'GP' ((90 mins.)
perienced Clay Co. worm grower will RENTALS.j Hospital: 'Brotherly Love.'
provide advice and stock of African Hospital: 'Number One'
Nightcrawlers and red wigglers; alsoa GARAGE SALE NAS Matinee: 'King Kong
list of over 250 potential customers. Saturday, Sunday, July 45. Weight Escapes' starring Rhodes
Lift set with bench, chest type freezer, The following tickets are now
Write for pamphlet 'All About Worms'or ORANGE PARK Reason and Linda Miller. Color
call 289.2313. Gateway Bait Market dishwasher, refrigerator, clothing, 2BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn., science fiction. ((90 mins.) on sale at Special Services, Bldg.
etc. Qtrs G,
Mustin Road, NAS
Box 205 Middleburg, Florida. 32068. Jacksonville. Dishwasher, Carpets, Drapes. 704.
Elizabeth Apts., 771.1405or771.3355

HELP WANTED FEMALE RIDERS WANTED Sunday,July 5 TOM JONES July 14 $15.00,
SECRETARY To West Coast. Leave about July 10.
$12.50 $10.00 $8.00.JACKSONVILEE.
,
772.2980. 3 BR. HOUSE
Vought Aeronautics Co. NAS Cecil
1BR. Furn. NAS: 'Oarquero' starring Lee SUNS $.50.
Field has an opening for a secretary to Apt. Near Navy bases.
regional manager. Must have abilityto TOY TERRIER Louise T, Bailey, Broker. 771-3605 Van Clcef and Warren Oates. PITTSBURGH STEELERS vs
4 mos. Female, Black Toy Poodle 3 .
meet people, well.groomed, sharp, mos., AKC Male. George's Kennels. 246 8253.TRANSPORTATION. Color western. 'GP G. ((109 MIAMI DOLPHINS August 8 -
required 50 words a minute typing. 80 389.0064. mins.) $6.00
per minute shorthand. For personal

interview contact Mr S.G. Ramsey at FRIGIDAIRE DRYER :.:.....,....ow.'oW'w.w.'v.w.........w... ..,..",..",.v."W'' ".........,.",

resume 781-19408 to Mr.4:30: S.G., July Ramsey 8,9 & 10or, Howard send Excellent condition. $40. 264.6055.HPM ...:.;.::<:.#'m....".......V............f.ff.....",..UWW ......vw....";.;,.:.:,.?,J TOP HAT DRIVE IN
Johnson Motor Lodge 6545 Ramona
Blvd., Jax Fla. '" '

Vought Aeronautics an LTV, f.x:: :MOBILE. :: S .. Good Eating,
Aerospace Co. ,
A Quality company of Ling Temco AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast Fast Service.
.
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Vought Inc.
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK and West Coast 353.3691.
LTV an equal opportunity employer. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Chicken
trailer and Apis. 389.3007,
1969 VW STA. WAG. Steaks
PART-TIME 7 passenger, AC, 'AM Radio. trailer
Need Men, Women for Maids, Porters. MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea hitch & transferrable warranty 771. Seafood
Days or Evenings on board NAS Jax. ( Mobile Home Park) V Mile 7654.
Call 355.5594 after 1 p.m. North of NAS, lots and rentals,, Near
schools and shopping center. Clean, 2045 BLANDING BLVD PH. 388-9553
WAITRESS WANTED and reasonable rates. Manager on
Experienced, Evening shift. Apply premises. Children and pets BY OWNER
1964 Chev. 2Dr., HT, One-
6403 Roosevelt Blvd. after 5 p.m. welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 384 6264. Spt. Cpe.
Owner. Extra clean. Ph. 772.9530.

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':'" ..:'MISCEUANEOUSBEARADIOOR.. ..w ...:..,.;.."w.w: ;o.o.:.:.>. ,. .".".....,. ... .::.'.. .' spaces for people who care. Quiet,
large shaded 'lots, with large patios,
paved streets, excellent drinking
water & no mosquitoes. Free boat INC.
TV ANNOUNCER dockage. Adults only 12 miles So. of
Recorded message by leading an. NAS Jax on Hwy. 17 at Black Creek.Ph. SELLING USED CARS |
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. (904)) 2843369. Green Cove COOL
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Civilian
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Jax-Civilian personnel in the : ?ii'Robert
Supply and Public Works ;
? Departments were honored by l'

completed department their heads service as they in \\.f" '-f, ..,;

federal government and retired
Turbett James Sumpter Willie Knowles Ella Steele
last week.
Capt. R. C. O'Loughlin, supply I pr TF-1t
officer, presented John Lan- A k, E Ax ,di 'i't
degran a plaque upon his
retirement after more than 41
years service in federal govern
ment. Landegran retired as a
chief commissaryman after 25
years in the Navy and then
worked in the material divison of
supply here, completing his
federal sevice as a stockman.
Capt. O'Loughlin then \
presented Silas M. Cuipepper, a I
stockman in supply material a 1" b tw

plaque upon his retirement of 23 ... ........ -
years in government service
Capt. R. T. Hardy presidedover Fanny Brown Louise Currier Herman Ploucher Bruce Warren
retirment ceremonies in the
Public Works Department .-
Maintenance conference room Wa
for 11 retiring civilian employees. wtxop tt
Laborer cleaners, Fanny
Brown and Annie Jones receiveda
retirement plaque and watch
after both had completed 27 yearsof
federal service.
Capt. Hardy presented plaquesto
Elsa Steele, clerk-typist with t
19 years service, while Clerk
Herman Ploucher retired after 23
years. Joe Harvey completed 26
years as a roofer-helper. Car- r t
penter Barney Carter retired .,,
after 29 years and General
Foreman-Carpenter James Silas Culpepper John Landregan William 0. Williamson Curtis L. McCormick
Sumpter retired with 29 years of
federal service. Painter Robert refrigeration and air conditioning tenance clerk Louise Currier Charge of Construction's Office, federal service. Harker retiredas
Turknett marked his retirementwith completed 28 years. Willie retired after 22 years of federal Capt. Hardy presented Charles a supervisory construction
27 years service, while Knowles retired as a carpenter service. Harker a plaque upon his representative.
Bruce Warren, a foreman of after 28 years. Accounts mainIn the Resident Officer in retirement after, 26 years in LCdr. 0. C. Anderson, security
officer presented retirement
plaques and special minature
Every TUES. & THURS.. fire
gold department badges to
LADIES DAY retiring firemen from the NAS
station. William 0. Williamson
completed 24 years of federal
Ft
19 : service and Curtis L. McCormick
c b. completed 25 years of service.

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Youngest Admiral j 1 "'"


Appointed As CNOElmo

fr
Russel Zumwalt Jr. was the end of WWII, and served as
born in San Francisco, on CO of the first ship built from the
November 29,1920, son of Dr. E. keel up as a guided missile ship, +i,1 wi
R. Zumwalt and Dr. Frances the USS Dewey.
Zumwalt He served as commander
I He was appointed to the U. S. Cruiser Destroyer Flotilla Seven } r'qi
Naval Academy from his home from July 1965 to July 1966, as 4LJ
state in 1939 and graduated cum director of the Chief of Naval
i* luade and was commissioned Operations Systems Analysis .
ensign in June 1942. He sub- Group until August 1968. In this '
sequently progressed to the rank capacity he organized and & '
of admiral, to date from May 15, directed the Systems Analysis -. cr1.j:
'M970.$ Division and served as deputy DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS Cdr. Martin S. Schuman MERITORIOUS SERVICE -
.> Following his graduation from scientific officer to the Center for receives the Distinguished Flying Cross from RAdm. Lawrence Capt. Spencer D. Wright is
? the Naval Academy, he joined the Naval Analyses. Heyworth Jr., in recognition' his heroic pilot achievements in presented the Meritorious Ser
USS Phelps, and in November He served as commander U. S. Vietnam. vice Medal
v 1943 was detached for instruction Naval Forces, Vietnam and chiefof
,; in the Operational Training the Naval Advisory Group U.
ComFairJax Holds
1 Command, Pacific, at San S. Military Assistance Command Ceremony I fJax
Francisco. In January 1944, he Vietnam before being nominatedby
reported aboard the USS President Nixon to serve as -Four Fleet Air from June 22, 1968 to June 30, 1970 missions were highly effective.
\ Robinson, and during the Battleof chief of naval operations.At Jacksonville officers and one while serving as chief of staff for LCdr. Raymond A. Mosman
Leyte Gulf he saw action age 44 he was the youngest chief petty officer were presented Commander Fleet Air, received the Navy Achievement
against enemy Japanese forces naval officer ever promoted to awards during June 25 Jacksonville.Cdr. Medal and the Vietnamese Air
; for which he was' awarded the rear admiral,. and at 49 is the ceremonies here. Martin S. Schuman was Gallantry Medal.He .
v. Bronze Star Medal with Combat youngest four-star admiral in U. Four' other officers received presented the Distinguished received the medal for his
''V' S. naval history,and the youngestto letters of commendation from Flying Cross (DFC), 18 Air meritorious achievement in
During his' career, Adm. serve as chief of naval RAdm.: Lawrence Heyworth Jr., Medals, and the Vietnamese assisting the implementation of
the full dress, Gallantry Cross.
during inspection.All
;: Zumwalt has served as executive operations.Adm. of
1 four retired yesterday after The DFC was Cdr. Schuman's ProjectSEXTA, a new system
officer aboard the USS Saufleyand Zumwalt is married to elctronic warfare. The Viet-
long naval careers.' second, and he was presented a
the USS Zellars, as commending the former Mouza Coutelaise-du- Air Medal
officer of the USS Tillis Roche of Harbin, Manchuria, and Capt. Spencer. '. Wright was Gold Star which is pinned on the awarded names to Gallantry him for completing was
and the USS Arnold J.. Isbell, and has two sons and two daughters.His presented the Meritorious Ser ribbon of his first award. The 150 combat flight support
as navigator of the USS official home address is vice Medal 0 with citation for his award was presented in missions.Lt. .
Wisconsin. He'was prize crew Tulare, Calif. outstanding meritorious service recognition of his heroism and
officer of the captured Japanese extraordinary achievement as a James M. Hand, aide to
gunboat Ataka captured at the pilot with Light Attack Squadron RAdm. Heyworth, was awardedthe
Former ,
CNO Will
mouth of the Yangtze River near Head 4 in Vietnam. Vietnamese Gallantry Cross,
After sustaining two hits by earned during his tour with
anti-aircraft fire, he flew alone on
Fighter Squadron 92 aboard the
Joint Chiefs of Staff'Adm. four runs on enemy positions, USS Enterprise in the Tonkin
A inflicting severe damage on their Gulf. The accompanyingcitation
equipment and demolishing a signed by the Chief of
Thomas Hinman Moorer was Moorer's career includes bunker complex.The the Joint General Staff, Republicof
born in Mt. Willing, Ala. in sea service on cruisers, aircraft commander also receivedthe Vietnam Air Force, named Lt.
CAROUSEL MOBILE HOMES February 1912, the son of the late carriers, fighter squadrons and number '19' to be pinned on Hand as an outstanding pilot,
1970 MODELS Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Moorer. In patrol squadrons. He has commanded his original Air Medal. This 'having obtained many glorious
One Week Special I June 1929 he entered the U.S. a bombing squadron, a number denotes the second achievements.' While flying with
12 wide, 2 br $3380 Naval Academy, from which he seaplane tender and a carrier through the 19th, awards which VA-92 he flew 175 combat
60X12, 2br $4195) graduated and was com division. After being wounded in were presented for courage and missions.One .
64X12, 3br $4695 missioned ensign in 1933. action during WWII when the devotion to duty while flying with
64X12, 3br, I I'/jbth' $4495 Through subsequent promotionshe PBY he piloted was shot down by the attack squadron. enlisted man was
attained the rank of admiral in Japanese aircraft north of The Vietnamese GallantryCross recognized at the ceremony.
5936 733-6700
Phillips Hwy. June 1964. Darwin, Australia, he receivedthe was awarded to Cdr. YMCM Jack B. Smyer receivedthe
Purple Heart Medal. Schuman in recognition of 75 Navy Achievement Medal
Altogether, he holds 32 medals, missions flown over Vietnam. with citation which read in part:
including seven Inidividual According to the citation accompanying -
decorations from the U.S. and 12 the award, his The Secretary of the Navy
from foreign nations.On takes pleasure in presenting the
July 26, 1957, his selectionfor command of NATO'S Allied Navy Achievement Medal to you
CONTACT the rank of rear admiral was Command Atlantic, the U. S. for professional achievement in
\ approved by the President and in unified Atlantic Command and the superior performance of your
October of the same year he the U. S. Atlantic Fleet in April duties from Sept. 27, 1966 to June
HMttKMKjUttttUjWlA ''K reported as special assistant, 1965. 30, 1970 while serving as flag
Strategic Plans Division, office of In June 1967, he was named by office supervisor on the staff of
the chief of naval operations, President Lyndon B. Johnson Commander' Fleet Air,
Navy Department From Jan.l, succeed David L. McDonald, as Jacksonville.
C-, f 1958 to July 1959 he was assistant chief of naval operations. He Those officers receiving lettersof
q c chief of naval operations (war became the 18th CNO on August commendation were: Cdrs.
gaming matters), after which he 1, 1967 and was reappointed for Jerry F. McDaniel and John K.
commanded Carrier Division Six. an additional two-year term by Freeman, LCdr. Walter L. White
He returned to the office of the President Nixon on June 12, 1969. and Lt. Angus B. Thomas.
chief of naval operations in President Nixon nominated
November 1960 and served as Adm. Moorer to serve as
director of,the Long Range Ob- chairman of the Joint Chiefs of JJ1i
jectives Group until October 1962 Staff in April, a post he will take PHONE
when he assumed command of charge of tomoorow. 388.8535
the Seventh Fleet. Adm. Moorer is married to the ::
s
;
In June 1964 he became commander former Carrie Ellen Foy of 'LWL3
; BRONCEWALLERU.S. in chief of the Pacific Eufaula, Ala. and is the father of \
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New Supply Officer

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Takes Command Here /1 W

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Jax -- 'Capt. Richard I/
C. management at the Naval < i\
O'Loughlin, SC, relieved Capt. E. Postgraduate School in 1957 and i ., : '
,
A. Grinstead as NAS supply officer was graduated with distinction ,, i .t .
June 22. Thiswasthe second from the Naval War College in f .'.
time in four years that he has 1966. \

taken Capt. Grinstead's place. Some of his former duty !
He reported here from the stations include the Naval Tor- ?
Navy Aviation Supply Office in pedo Station at Keyport, Wash., ;; J : )\:/ '.
Philadelphia where he was the Headquarters MSTS, Eastern dul -' : :
director of financial Atlantic Mediterranean in
management. There he replaced London and Office of Chief of .
Capt. Grinstead as planning Naval Material in Washington 1' r
officer. He also served aboard the sub-
A native of Missoula, Mont., marine tender USS Sperry from '
Capt. O'Loughlin was graduatedfrom 1963 to 1965. ; 'L
the University of Montanaand Capt. O'Loughlin is married to
received a bachelor's degreein the former Miss Carolyn Knutsen
economics from Seattle of Spokane, Wash and they have
University. He studied two daughters and one son.


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Fliers Jostle Jets To Take



3-1 Series Edge from Albany 4 I III


Jax-'They'vefound themselves and they're playing much better ball,' said an

obviously elated Flier Coach Frank McCaffrey Monday after returning to the, ....."..
station with a softball squad that came home for the first time this season as a i

solid winner..

The Fliers, who had managed '
only a single win in each of their and then scored on a sacrifice fly The Jets put a run on the C Ckk ,
previous two weekend outings, off the bat of Larry King, Scoreboard in their half of the < It I .
knocked off the NAS Albany Jets (MATSG), fourth before both clubs went
three times in a four game serieson Coming alive again in the scoreless in the fifth. Jax moved
the Jets' home ground Friday fourth, Tommie Bowie opened a ahead 4.1 in the top of the sixth 6
and Saturday. two-run inning with a single when Dusty Cook (Weapons) 4
The Fliers grabbed the lead in before scoring on Bill Christian's reached first on an error and then
Friday's doubleheader opener in (Weapons) triple. Christian scored on a hit by Bill Reinhardt
the top of the second inning after scored the third Flier run on a (NARTU). TENNIS WINNER-Captains J. L. Young (C) and C. W. Lewis Jr.
Jerry Stewart (VP-45)) tripled Stewart sacrifice. The Jets then came back to accept intramural championship tennis trophy from Capt. Cutler
score four runs on a walk, a during intramural sports'award ceremony last week.
double steal and three hits to clip

the the Flier loss despite 5-4. John Jax's Littleton early lead.took ;: t '

(.NAVY\ SPORTS[ In the nightcap, the Fliers "
collected seven hits while Restor 'r1"
_, Bryan (Hospital) scattered six :
hits as the local squad out flew 1\ : ]
the Jets 54.Stewart ;
drew a walk in the top ,!
Tennis, Golf Tryouts of the second and then advancedas C t&t&t .
Dusty Cook reached first on an t I. .
error. King hit into a fielder's :
..
Slated for District Play choice andStewartwas thrownout.
Reinhardt then tripled to score a ti
Cook and King to give the Fliers a
Jax-Tennis and golf players wishing to take part in 2-0 advantage. i

I Sixth Naval District competition still have time to Jax came up with three ad. 4' a $
qualify for the station's entry into district play. ditional runs in the third after .
Bryan was hit by a pitch, Richie a
.
While qualifications for the Crosby (NARTU) singled and ''
tennis squad ended yesterday, representatives in each division. then Bowie singled. Bryan 3 ,,4,
anyone who wants to try out may to in the
Anyone desiring play scored on a Christian sacrifice
do so by getting in touch with seniors division must have before Stewart knocked in Crosbyand
Athletic Director Frank Mc- GOLF CHAMPS-The Hospital's Chief Walter Kelczewsk! and Capt.
reached their 45th
birthday on or Bowie, giving the Fliers a 5-1
Caffrey at Ext. 3239 today. before Aug. 1. An eligible senior third inning lead. Jax out hit the Lewis accepted the intramural tennis trophy after the Hospital squad
Sixth Naval District tennis defeated VP-16 for the station
The
championship.
division but
in either
may play Jets 8-4 in winning the game.
tourney will be played at NAS not both.
Jax swept the Saturday
'
Pensacola July 1317. To be Personnel interested in taking doubleheader, taking the opening 7Iii
conducted in three divisions part in the qualifications must contest 3-1 behind the two-hit .' :
open, seniors and womens the sign up at the station's golf performance of Doug Passen '' .
tournament will eventually leadto course office prior to July 8. (VP-5)),and then shut out the Jets :,, JJI
All-Navy play for winners. Qualifying rounds will be 5-0 in the series' final game with
Those playing in the seniors 18 holes 11 ,::
played over on July John Littleton handing the J'
divison must have reached their and 12 beginning at noon. pitching chores.
40th birthday on or before Aug. 1. Alternate dates in the event of The Fliers scored first in the / ,
Pairings and starting time for rain have been established for opening contest in the fourth ,.'
tryouts will be arranged by the July 15 and 16 with a 2 p.m. inning after Cook singled and r"I
athletic director. starting time. Pairings and then scored on a sacrifice by
The Sixth Naval District Golf
times will be arragnedby
starting Larry King. Kenny Hendrick t
Tournament, to be held at NAS the golf professional. knocked in King before Ted
Jax July 20-24, is open to all Personnel qualifying to Maxamovich(Hospital) hit into a
military personnel on active duty represent the Jax Navy in the fielder's choice scoring Hendrickto ,
for a period of 90 days or longer.To district tournament will be give the Fliers their third run. rir.r.
be eligible for the station's required to have TAD orders to Jax collected five runs on six
golf squad, those trying out must cover their participation. Additional hits to wrap up the final game
be from a command that participates information is available and give themselves a 3-1 series
in the station's com from the station's athletic officein edge over the Jets. TOP BOWLERS-MATSG received the top bowling trophy. Accepting -
posite recreation fund. Bldg. 3.Want. This weekend,the Fliers travelto the trophy is SSgt. Ulysses Frier. Mal J. C. Weare XO of the
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Both League Champions Win .


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In Softball Playoff OpenerJax --U--IH10

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The Hospital, VP-45's strike out lJ A
route. Radar Squadron behind the one .L SOr'rnAJ..I
Red Darters, NATTC .. ..
and Willie Durkin hit a homer in hit performance of Jerry }
NARTU all came up with win the first inning with Wayne Stewart.In -- :.. '"
ners in Monday's opening play in Ruskob aboard and Bryan hit a other Monday opening round "...- .. ., l. .".
the station intramural Softball solo shot round tripper in the games, Paul Swaim fanned eight -.n... '.. ""'<,." ', ,. .

championships.The second to tally the Hospitalruns. Hurricane Hunters as NATTC (). ....
Hospital's corpsmen trimmed VW-4 5.2 on eight hits, -J .......
operated on the Fleet Aviation The American League Red and Von McClure led NARTU by ha N: r.
Electronic Training Unit 3 0. Darter championships picked up ADMED 3.1 while fanning 16. .
with Rester Bryan throwing two runs in the first inning and McClure's shutout was spoiledby
'knives' from the mound to cut another in the seventh the ;
as a walk and run on an error. ., .. -t.
down 13 FAETU batters via the patrolman blanked the 679th ; Li
In Tuesday's second round for v' ., .' : J \
the softball crown, VW-4's John to. ..tll\ltI-\ .- J
.. ..
< Coleman pitched a no hitter as d.
s the Hurricane Hunters dropped :,'"' ..fft6 i ..1 1Il .1'+ au"'1'0 ,'..
ADMED, 5-3, eliminating the A R ;
:;: medical squad from the two r
: losses your out event.In .
another 679th game, ot .
p Y'q eliminated FAETU, 2.1, and .... .. ", .. '. .' '" ".n
," ,. ..... .. "
NARTU kept up its pressure in ....4 ._.:;.c. ....
the winning bracket, winning a WINNERS-Athletic Director Fran McCaffrey posts winning scores
squeaker over NATTC 10.( Von following Monday's opening round for the 1970 station intramural
McClure went the distance for the softball tournament. The double elimination affair will run through
ar winners, while John Littleton early next week before the championship is decided.
i took the loss.Hospital .
also came up with a
\ winner, handing the VP-45 Red
.t
Darters their first loss, 61.
Rester Bryan fanned 15 Dartersin Why Do You See
earning the win. The sole
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security number and a valid driver's license for the issue of the new resuming Monday at 7 p.m.
sticker. Q O Q
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HONDA a move to promote safe driving over the 4th of July holiday,
McDonald's restaurants in Jacksonville will give travelers free coffee
MOTORS CYCLES CO. and windshield cleaning.The .
4949 BLANDING BLVD. safety program will run Friday, July 3, Saturday July 4, and Jacksonville
'PHONE 771-8144 Sunday July 5.

The holiday safety program is one of the ways in which the chain of Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are.
more than 1,400 restaurants is responding to the needs of its sold in Green Cove Springs,and why there should be so many
customers. Many of the McDonald's restaurants around the countryare modern, completely staffed new car franchises in a
NAVY participating in the program to promote driving safety. community of this size? For instance, in what other town of _
less than 3,000 population will you find offered complete linesof
BANKAMERICARD'AMERICAN EXPRESSSTANDARD Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles, and all other major Americanauto
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MONTH Thousands of persons every year are discovering that
d. 'automobile in Cove is short,
19.24L row' Green Springs only a
pleasant drive from wherever they: are, and so much easierto
Married reach and shop in than more heavily congested areas.
Q They like the friendly treatment they find in a small town.
They welcome the reasonable prices made possible by the
lower operating costs in Green Cove Springs. They
appreciate the fact that here they are treated as valued
customers, not statistics on a sales chart.
., ... ..... .. .. ... in Green Cove
: MhifSVbiS;i:{::r>:::>>:::: ;: ''; Visit Roberts Chevrolet Oldsmobile
{ L .},, OfD J Springs and you'll SEE why so many cars are sold in Green
Cove Springs. Our slogan. 'Putting You First Keeps Us
LLXIUP) I Fii'st' is the attitude of the entire staff and management at
Roberts Chevrolet Oidsmobile.CHEVROLETOLDSMOBILE.

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TRAVIS All (jtfa ,Appliances& Air Conditioning 1 I ,
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389-3483 W.OF ROOSEVELT Now Renting-$130 Up *THE BIG S STANDS

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1910 GALAXIE 500 FORDOR SEDAN 1970 TORINO(I BROUGHAM FORDCR HARDTOP

Body ude ", ."Idin., V I engine, .bright eilenor moulding, VI engine/ hideeway headlamp, wheel covert, ceurtety
coIo-k.yad nylon carpeting{ courteiy llghti, fiber glow belled right, al.r-koy.d nylon carpeting, bright eiteriar. melding! ,
tire(, "' -/.... reef, vinyl eat trim, Select-Shift Cruite-e-matk foam padded ...... vinyl reef telecl-thift Cruite-e-molH
Vitlbility group, white tide wall belted II..., rocks panel. 171.14 belled white tide woK tint, pewer fleering> alrcendi.{
mldg power leering, power front diM brake, air conditioned POLICY honor Solectelre, AM radio, tinted glen-complete..
;; Seieclaire, AM' radio, Intermitlent wlndthteld wiper, THIS I IS OUR :

tinted glota.complot, heavy-duty ,battery, 70 ampere, dear Retail __......-.......- 4059.20
edge guard, wheel covert.Rttail Lass Fleet Diseoue.nwn I'N.N 417.62

__ .. .. .. $4408.25
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tm Fled, Dls"..' 716.68 th. "bylaw listed are what we will Mil you these ear fqr. NO Gim- fleet Price ....................................... 3511.58

Fleet Price ....................................... 3691.51 I mkks NO add for freight. This I is the price. OC160

970 MUSTANG TUDOR SPORTSROOFV

airs engine, color-keyed carpeting{ fleer mounted1 shift lever,
1910 FORD XL TUDOR HARDTOPV 2m You can trade your car in or keep it, as you wish. Inttrument gogrt, Select-Shift Cruito-..m.tk, belted white
MdowaN nret, rocker pert.) moldings, power shoring, AM ra-
I engine 1 hideaway headlamp, bright enlerier meuldingi! ,
wheel c."..., ceurteiy lighli, color-keyed nylon carpeting, This is only a partial fisting of the cars we have to offer under the Fleer die: alatf-cempleto: color-keyed racing mlrrert wheel
% hi-back .
bucket
fiberglait. belted II,... vinyl roof, Select-Shift Cruite-e-molk. / vinyl top vinyl toots
electric cask Viability. Group belted whit. ttdewod Nret, 3 Price Plan. Retail..MIMINII-.N NIN 3583.20

I. recker panel I.moulding, b.dy.ld. moulding, vinyl biert, pew.: Less nttt Distant ............... 448.22
or shoring, .power tide window, pewer front disc .brake, lilt

....rI". wheel air conditioned-Seleclairo' AM FM ...,.. ra fleet Price ....................................... 3134.98
die tinted gloss, battery, 70 amp? door edge guard. 4 We will arrange for financing, or you may finance your own.

Retail ............_...................................-.. $4974.25
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List Flttt Diicvint. .-. -MI.N.N 836.30
5 NEW! '' No Demo's). 1970 MUSTANG MACH I
Fleet Price ....................................... 4131.95 All ears listed are ( VI engine, vinyl' hi I back bucket tools, heed Keep color keyed
roving mirrert, rim blew dolt" .. tteenng wheel, initrumentgaget
oat .'Cr.IG'.U i Select' Shift Cruhe-o-motic,
Cenvenience ,, wide oval belted white tidewaH 1
1910 FORD L.T.D. TUDOR HARDTOP ism, pewer leering, power front diM !broke tilt leering
Hideaway h..dlamp., bright ..toner moulding, courteiy wheel., ma cenditiener-Solectaire, AM radie, tinted glnM com
light, c.I.r- .,.d nylon carpeting belted tire, bedy .id. plat, heavy duty battery, front bumper guards, tenielemeunted
moulding. vinyl inter, pewer front diM broke. V I ....'''.. shift Ion...
Rtt.II..M..M.._......, 4432.20
Retail M*................................................... $3527.25 -
till Flttt Ditctviit NNN..*-__M__ 615.23
List Rttt Dictum. N,..N....... ..,,.,. 495.69 OC7J3 OC454

Fleet Price...................................... 3031.56 1910 TORINO TUDOR HARDTOPBody 1910 FAIRLANE 500 TUDOR HARDTOP Fleet Price ....................................... 3816.91
ado mouldingvinyl Insert, color keyed nylon carpeting, Bright onterier molding, foam padded seats, ceurleiy light,
foam padded loots, vinyl cool trim belted while idewall color keyed floor matt, belled. while tidewall lire, wheel OC4
OC6S3 tl..., V I engine. covert 1910 GALAXIE 500 TUDOR HARDTOPVI

1910 THUNDERBIRD TUDOR HARDTOP Retail _...,H..M.......n.........."..................... 3057.20 Rltlil .M........................................... 2125.20 engine, body tide moulding/vinyl Iniert, bright eitenermeulding

V/l Select Shift, Crulte-o-malic' power tteering, Less Flttt Discount NN..N .N..I..N..N.N. 319.96 Less Flttt Disctint _*.N..NIMN.NN..N 278.93 I (, color =t.C nylon: carpeting, ceurleiy lights, vinyl:
front: due braket, tide{ marker eat trim, vinyl i .- .belled while tidewall.
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euttido pewer remote control mirror electric clock light.*high ceurtety bock bucket lights Fleet Price ....................................... 2737.24 Fleet Price...................................... 2546.27 tim, pewer leering, pewer front diM brak((, tilt stowing
/ .. body tide molding/vinyl i tide, wheel., air conditioner-Selectairo, AM radie, tinted gloss com-
windewt, power so.l-6 way driver, lilt .7.r'.II'h: :.I. air OC473 OC 37 plot, heavy duly battery deer edge guard, wheel. c."....
canddi.n.r-Solootarr., AM FM .1.... radio, tinted gloss complete 1970 MUSTANG TUDOR HARDTOPVinyl
vinyl top 1 970 FAIRIANE 500 4 DR. STATION WAGON Retall ...................... 4411.25

Ritiil.............................................................. 6250.00 Dual.belted action lire*,, body deorgate tide,molding courloty vinyl lights.",..team", V engine padded .loots, shift hillock lever,bucket Initrument, loot gaga, color,keyed belted. carpeting whit. .tidewall. floor mounted .*. ten Flttt 1 DiscolI.t ZZZZZIZZL 732.32

Lass Flttt Di.ttMt.... 1151.86
Retail .............................................................. 2830.20 Fleet Price ....................................... 3148.33
fleet Price ....................................... 5098.14 R.t.II......................................................... 3188.95 Less Flttt Cisetent .__..?--_ 276.57
Less fleet Discollltt _N.N.NNN. 342.81 OC706
Fleet Price ......................................2553.63
OCI7S Fleet Price ....................................... 2846.14 1970 FORD LT.D. FORDOR HARDTOPVI
1910 FAIRLANE 500 FORDOR SEDAN OC14I engine, pews front disc brake, hideaway headlamp,
V/. engine, bright enterior moldings, loom padded loots, oci 1910 TORINO G.T. TUDOR SPORTS ROOFVI briahl eitener meldingi, ceurleiy light, color keyed nylon
courtesy lighti color-k.y.d floor matt, fiberglatt .belted tiret, caipeting, belled tire, vinyl eat trim vinyl reel, Select ShiftCruiso
1910 FAIRLANE 500 FORDOR SEDAN engine, heed Keep trim rinji/bright hub cops. GT Identification .
lu-lone roof, Select-Shift Cruite-o-matic Visibility Croup belted -molls, Visibility Group body side melding' vinyl in'
1 white tidowall.., body tide maldinll/vi"yll".rt. power Bright ontenor moldings, foam padded itoti, courteiy light courtoty' light, color-keyed. nylon carpeting. foampnddod sort, pewer leering air cendiliener-Selectaire, AM FM stem
iteering. air cenditionor-Seleclairo, AM radio, tinted glatt- color: keyed fleer mot, fiborglott belled l tire, Select I Shift i teat, liberglait belted tins, Sel.ct-Shifl Cruiieomalic radio, tinted gloss complete, heavy duly battery 70 amp
complete, heavy-duty battery, 70 ampere, wheel CO".... Cmaa-.-matk, Visibility, Croup whit. tidewall .belted Cross, visibility group body side molding vinyl In.ert. con doer edge guardiRltlil .
solo, cendiliener-Selectaire i AM radio,
power tteering air tinted
body ude melding vinyl {Iniert, condition.
power leering air glaii-complele I : neavy-duly battery, 70 high: back ............... .,.... .................,..........,. ...., 411 1&.%5
ing Selectaiie, AM radio, tinted plan complete, ampere ? ? ?
Retail........................................................... 3772.20 heavy duly bucket... roof .
wheel vinyl .......__.. .._ 802.32
battery 70 ampere, covert, V I engine Less Flttt Discount .......... -
Less Flttt DisctMt.___ 468.37 Retail........................................................ 4365.10
Rttiil ............................*.*.......".......*............. 3145.20 Fleet Price ..............................,........ 4013.93
Fleet Price ......................................3303.83 list Flttt Discord .N.N..1...N....NN..N 462.68 Lilt Flttt Oisetvnt ...___,__ 612.60

Fleet Price ......................................3282.52 Fleet Price ....................................... 3752.50 OC206
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1910 GALAXIE 500 FORDOR HARDTOP OC1033 OC714 1910 MUSTANG TUDOR SPORTSROOF
1910 GALAXIE 500 TUDOR HARDTOP VI engine, vinyl hi beck bucket wait, color ktyed carpeting
tide
V/l engine body moulding/vinyl Insert bright eiltnar .
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fleer "I.d lever ,
shift Inttrumenl belled
1910 HARDTOP fiberglatt
FORDOR
LTD. BROUGHAM gages
moulding!, color keyed nylon carpeting, ceurteiy lights, SelectShift VI engine, body side moulding, vinyl inwrt, bright ..r...., .
i : color lieyed hb.rgloss tiri(, Select-Shift Crune-e-matic rake panel molding, power
Cruiie-o-matic, belted black tidewall tiret, molding nylon carpeting courleiy light *
poweriteering 390 VI engine{ AM/FM ttereo t radio roar ipeaker, air con air cenditionor-Solecloiro, AM radio. tinted
deenng glass
power front disc brakot, tinted gloss complete, ditioncd, tinted glass, belted tire, vinyl Mat trim vinyl reel, Stlecl Shift
power leering brokepewer color i ,
pewer complete ktyed racing miner heavy duty battery
tpeedomotor gear, air conailioner-Selectaiie, AM/FM II.... ude window, pewer tealt, two ipeed wiper, electric clock Cruhs.o-motk, Visibility Croup rocker panel molding, pewer wheel front bumper .
cover guards vinyl tepRltlil
conditioner radio, tinted
radio Cruiio-a.malic Ironimiuion, vinyl' reef, while wall tire tteering air Selectaire, AM gloss
Retail........................................................... 4380.25 complete heavy duty battery 70 ampere, door edge guards, ................................._........_...... 4021.20
Retail................................".....,..................... 5090.00 wheel covert LISa Fleet DiictMM N..N..NNNNN..,..' $39.79
Lttl Flttt Discount NNN..NNN..N./NNNNN..INN. 709.96 Retail ................... ..... .... .. ; ..
Less Flttt Dtuoitt ..,;..._ __ ... 850.00 ...... .... ... .. .. ..M. 4457.25
Fleet Price 3670.29 NN..NN .NNN Fleet Price ...... .............................. 3481.41
...................................... Less Flttt Diic.Mt. ____ 727.36 ,1 .
Fleet Price ...........:............................ 424 O.0 0 -
Fleet Price .............: ......................... 3729.89 OC3
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1910 TORINO BROUGHAM FOROOR HARDTOP
1970 TORINO FORDOR HARDTOP 1910 FORD F-100 CUSTOM PICKUPVI OCJ15 VI engine, hideeway heodlompi, wheel cover*, courtesy
VI engine\ tolect shift cruiie-o-matic, body tide moulding I tu- engine, regular o. dtlu e lutone, ranger package, chrome 190? FAIRLANE 500 4 DOOR STATION WAGON lights color keyed nylon carpeting, bright oitorior. moldings,
ton, vinyl soot trim, belted white iidewall lire: *, visibility rear bumper ammeter A oil prawn gauge, 3 sped manual VI engine{ dual action door gate, courtoiyjight, foam padded foam padded toots, libergloK belled tiros, vinyl roof, Select
group power,'..,1"., air conditioning.s.loctairorodi.rint .left" hand a. right hand chrome swing lock mirror radio, pushbutton Mall, belled ion, white tide-wall, Select: Shift Cruite-a-matic, Shift Cruite-e-mahc{ Vitibiiity I Group, power staring, pewer
ed gloss complete., wheel covert, heavy duty .b'attery. v/hee cover, 1250 heavy duty real tpringt body tide molding vinyl, Iniert, power storing, tinted glass front diM brake(, air eondd.n.-Soloctoir.. AM radio, tinted
complete. glass. complete.
R.t. .............................. .................. 3493.29
Retail..................................................., 3934.20 Retail.......................................................... 3525.95 .............;...._ 4247.20
Less Flttt Dmti-.t ................... 650.00
Lttl Flttt DISCI nut i_....__ .. ---- .... 497.72 Less Flttt Disemit ..>._...,..._..._.._ 405.52 Lttt Flttt Ditttmt _...-___. 558.63

Fleet Price...................................... 3436.48 Fleet Price ....................................... 2843.29 Fleet Price ....................................... 3120.43 Fleet Price ....................................... 3688.51

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1970 MUSTANG TUDOR HARDTOPVinyl engine, hideaway hoadlampt, wheel cevert, courtesy 1910 MUSTANG TUDOR SPORTSROOF Via 1910 FORD F-l 00 STYLESIDE PICKUP .
hi .back bucket carpeting, floor mounted light color keyed nylon carpeting, bright exterior. moulding, VI engine' ranger package, ammeter and ail pruiure gauge,
shift lever Initrument gage, Select-Shift, Cruite-a-motlc, foam padded cools, liberglo belttd liret, vinyl reef. Select Air conditionfr-Solectaire{ vinyl, high ,back bucket toots, color 3 speed manual, left hand right hand chrome swing lock
belled. while wdewoll lire*, AM radio, tinted gloss complete, Shift Crulte-o-matic, belled while tidewall: tire, power front keyed nylon carpeting. floor-mounted shift lever, inttrument mirror, radio, push button, wheel CO"..., 150 lb. springs, $
wheel c.".... diM broke, air cenditianer-Selectalra{ AM radio, tinted gloss logo, telect-thift. Crulte-o-malK' I7I.14 "belted white tide C7I.II I PTWWS.

1 Retail ............................M......M................./NN. 3219.20 complete. wall tiret, power storing, AM radio, tinted gbst. -eampl.to, Rttiil I _._.. ......-?-? 3330.1'Leu

List Flttt Disctmt .NN.I..NNN/N..I.NN 349.68 R.t.II..M.............................................. 4150.20 heavy duty battery wheel corm Flttt Discti.it ..._ 550.00

Fleet Price .....................................2869.52 Less Fled DISCH" .. 537.19 Retail ..................................................... 3614.20 Fleet Price ....................................... 2180.19

Fleet Price .............?....................... 3623.01 list Flttt biscuit _.70.64 OC33

OC74I Fleet Price ........................................ 3343.56
1970 FORD! !LT.D. FORDOR SEDAN OCISS OC9I 1910 MUSTANG TUOOR CONVERTIBLEVI
Power ; *, hideaway headlamp*, bright oitorior 1970 MAVERICK 6KAMEH engine, vinyl hi ,back ,kudos wall, color keyed carpeting,
molding I ceurteiy light, color keyed nylon carpeting, vinyl Crabber Special' I package, black painted hoed/cowal 1911 MUSTANG MACtLl I floor. mounted shift lever, initrument gaget, fibergloM belled
teat trim: vinyl roof, Select Shift Cruite-a-aiatic{ bolted:: whitettdewall top, black painted ;pill black painted headlamp, doors, VI engine, vinyl, hi back bucket taatt, hood Keep color keyed tiret,, power convertible top S.Int-Shift Crune-e-matic Con.venience .
tiret, body tide moulding/vinyl intorl, pewer flooring bight dip molding, bright window frame, color-keyed racing racing mirror, deluio tteonng wheel, deck lid lope ttripe Check Group pewer leering, power Front disc
air cenditianer-Selectaire, AM radio, tinted gloss complete mirrors, b.dy.ld.l.p. ttrip d.luno fool cap 14 Inch deep dish splits wheel covert, Select Shift Cruiie-o-malK braket, air eonditi.n.r-Solootoin, AM radio, tinted glass com.arete .
remote control left hand outside mirror, heavy duty battery whtolt, belled while tide wall tiroi, trim rln./hult cops, roar wide oval belted tirei, power leering, power frent: discbrobn dots. .belts warning light color keyed racing minors,
1 70 amp., door edge guards, wheel coven, V/. engine.Rltlil. deck lid"ipeilor, end ipecial eiteniion costing. black painted air conditionerSelettaire, AM radio, tinted glass com heavy duty ".II.r,, sports wheel coveri, front bumper
back panel color-keyed carpeting vinyl' loot trim rim blewdolu pfote, vinyl' roof. guards, rocker panel mouldings.Retail. .

.: I ......................... ............................ 4480.25 .o tlrg wheel telect-thifl Crulsa-o-matic, AM radio. Retail n....._................................MM... 4339.20 .........__.......? 4367.95

.t Lass Flttt DisttMt n..., Retail ........................................................ 27 1 3.50 List Flttt MiMiit 513.67 till Flttt DUctiMit -NN (72.54

, 4 Fleet Price ....................................... 3749.40 Lass Flttt Disc.... 206.68 Fleet Price...................................... 3745.53 Fleet Price ....................................... 3195.41IIOIJTIISIDEFO'HD

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