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Kincaid Takes Command Tomorrow





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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an o(f1 I c I lal expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the produces or services advertised. Jax-Capt. John R.
VOL. 28 NO. 17 (/. $, NAVAL AIR' STATION' ,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 16, 1970 Kincaid relieves Capt.

H.O. Cutler as HAS

4 r Vice Adm. TownsendTo during commanding a change of officer com

mand ceremony tomorrowat
11 amin Hangar 1000 '
Be Guest
SpeakerJaxThe center bay. Capt. Cutler is

being assigned to the staff
r&w guest speaker at Among his more recent of Commander U.S. Naval
tomorrow's changeofcommandceremony assignments Adm. Townsend has Support and Striking
will be VAdm. RobertL.
served as assistant chief of the
Townsend, commander Naval Bureau of Naval Weapons for Forces, Southern Europe,
Air Force,U.S.Atlantic Fleet. He program and management plans, in Naples, Itlay.
will arrive here from COM- as commander of Carrier
NAVAIRLANT headquarters in Division Six, and as assistant Capt. Kincaid reports here ;
Norfolk. chief for advance planning with from Norfolk where, since October .
VAdm. Townsend has -been the, Bureau of, Naval Weapons. 1968, he has been the chiefof
assigned as COMNAVAIRLANTsince staff for"commnder Fleet-Air .."...
February 1969. He was Norfolk, the Commander Fleet :-;
Com- Air Norfolk and a member of the
previously assigned as
mander Naval Sir Systems ::; r- 1@ staff of Commander Naval Air .
..+. i ". Command for which he receivedthe Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. oS'

FLIGHT WINGS-Navy Wives Club president, Barbara Howard Distinguished Service Medal. __ Capt. Kincaid joined the Navy
presents Flight Wings to Capt. and Mrs. Henry 0. Cutler at their The admiral also wears the in March 1942. .A year later he
NWCA Farewell party. American Defense Service, the was commissioned, became a
American Campaign, European- designated pilot and underwent
Capt. and Mrs. Cutler African-Middle. Eastern Campaign operational training and carrier
Asiatic-Pacific Campaignand qualifications at NAS Miami and
World War II Victory Glenview, 111.

Honored at Parties medals. During the war he was a
Townsend the
VAdm. joined combat pilot in the Pacific with
Navy in 1930. After graduatingfrom VF-10 aboard the Enterprise. He
Jax-Capt. and Mrs. H.O. Culler was presented a silver the Navy Academy in 1934 is credited with shooting down
Cutler, have been honored at charm engraved with 'Our First he was commissioned an ensign.He five Japanese aircraft and
farewell parties during the past Lady, NAS Jax'. Capt. Cutler became a designated pilot possibly four others. His combat
several weeks. received an engraved desk set. upon completing flight training at flying has earned him the
The captain and Jean have The Cutlers and the Kincaids Pensacola in 1937. Distinguished Flying Cross and
been serving in the Navy Wives were honored at an informal In 1934, he helped in fitting out the Air Medal. He also wears the
Club of AmericaJax 86 as spon- dinner in RAdm. and Mrs. the USS Cordova with the Seattle- ; Asiatic Pacific, WWII Victory,
sors for the past two years. On Lawrence Heyworth's home, Tacoma Shipbuilding Corp. and American Campaign, Joint
June 27, the wives club honoredthe Quarters 'A' aboard the air the USS Wake Island with Service Commendation and Navy
Cutlers in a farewell cocktail station, Tuesday evening Kairser Co. in Vancouver, Wash. VAdm.Townsend Unit Commendation medals.
party at the NWCA Clubhouse.
Entertainment for the eveningwas After the war he served as
: a'' beauty contest. The con- Ceremony Schedule Announced, operations officer and executive
testants were five selected officer of Carrier Aircraft Ser-
husbands, while the judges were Jax-The change-of-command ceremony for Capt. normal arms. Military guests will wear tropical vice Unit 27, as commanding
five wives. The men were judged H.O. Cutler and Capt. J.R. Kincaid will be held in white long or the equivalent service uniform. officer of the Flag Administration
solely on the beauty of their legs. the center bay of Hangar 1000 at 11 a.m. tomorrow.A Unit for Com
The battalion will assemble at 10:15: Capt. Cutler,
Capt. Cutler placed third. battalion of Navy and Marine Corps personnel, Kincaid and Cdr. K.J. Greenhaw, battalion mander Naval Air' Force, U.S.
The Wives Club presented the with Cdr., R.A.Gibson in charge,will be inspected. Capt commander will conduct the inspection. Atlantic Fleet; followed by two
captain a pair of framed mounted Navy personnel will wear full dress whites, Marine tours as personnel officer at NAS
Navy Wings on a sea-blue officers will wear summer service 'C' with VAdm. Robert L. Townsend, COM Norfolk and NAS Pensacola.
background. On the plaque was a barracks cap and sword, and enlisted Marines will NAVAIRLANT, has been invited to inspect the Graduating from General Line ,
silver thank-you from the Wives wear summer service 'A' with barracks cap and honor guard with Capt. Cutler. School in Monterey, Calif., the .
Club to the Cutlers. Mrs. Cutler '
received a silver vase from the captain executive officer then of became later the
club. NARF Saves $4 Million In FY 1970 serving on the staff VA-115 of Commander .

Department heads and NAS Naval Air Force, U.S.
officers honored the Cutlers and Jax-Employees of the local engineering projects, and other net us even greater results in Pacific Fleet, and then as
welcomed Capt.and Mrs.John R. Naval Air Rework Facility have efforts contributed to our Fiscal Year 1971.' commanding officer of V A-I46.1n
Kincaid at the Officer's Club July reported to Navy Department achieving a tremendous 274 per He further pointed out that cost August 1958 he served with the
10.Skiffs Headquarters actual audited cent of the basic cost reduction reduction in coming years is Navy Department.Capt. .
of food set the decor for savings in excess of four million goal for Fiscal Year 1970. going to be more important than
the evening's buffet dinner and dollars as cost reductions during ever. Cost savings ideas mean Kincaid was a navigatorand
cocktail party. A small boat fiscal 1970. 'Again, exceptional per more work can be inducted for executive officer aboard USS \
representingtheCaptaln's'ScotchMist' formance by exceptional people.An available dollars which helps Franklin in the Mediterranean.He .
was tied up near a rocky, Capt. D.H. Heile, commandingofficer analysis of our effort shows minimize the possibility of was subsequently assigned to
palm lined shore. Placed in one ,in a message to personnelof that value engineering projects personnel reductions.In the Pentagon with the Plans
palm tree was the sign, 'Naplesor the Rework Facility stated: accounted for over one half of our the year ahead, everyone Command Functions and
Bust 'I wish to extend an 'Outstanding' savings.The potential for savings must get on the cost reduction Organization Office, and later
Capt. Oscar Gray presided as to each of you who through through'VE' is enormous, and an bandwagon and find cheaper and assigned as commanding officerof
master of ceremonies. Mrs. beneficial suggestions, value 'all hands' approach to VE can better ways to do his or her job. USS Rockbridge.




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Education for Thousai ds' 0 r' i5ff eveflem


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Each'year thousands of young men and women reserve: degrees
from colleges and universities.throughout the country. fX|- great eevice
deal of these students, the road to a college education begaft yiyva $5
tuition fee. These students were the ones on active duty in the na oq's
armed forces.
Through the United States Armed Forces Institute, better known as CATHOLICNAVAL
USAFI, men and women on active duty in all branches of the armed
forces are able to receive an education ranging from a high school AIR STATION
diploma to post graduate study on their masters or doctorate degree Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
from a designated university.Most Sunday Mass-11:00: A.M.
colleges and universities in the U. S. will give credits for Daily Mass -11:30: A.M.
USAFI courses successfully completed. The number of credits and Saturday Confessions -
subjects vary, depending upon the school and the degree to which the Q z? 10:30-: 11:15: a.m.
student aspires.
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It .. I e Sunday Mass 930 A.M
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', 0...' :.;.'' .. -.f' .II."C'. ..",. ... RETIRINGCSC Rufus P. Baker is piped over the side after i

': _',''C''i 3,,._". .s ...,... CC'-- .- retirement ceremonies ending his 24 year naval career. Chief Baker
;_ .,,;. : ,.... <1.-;: served as Food Service training PO and administrative assistant. He PROTESTANTNAVAL
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Forty-seven colleges and universities cooperate in the USAFI NAVAL AIR STATION

correspondence program, offering more than 6,600 courses. SuiicL.,
Enrollment is through USAFI, after which the student corresponds Holy Communion 8:30: \
directly with the university during the period of instruction. J&iVQL A.M. Bldg. 750
Expenses of the USAFI student are kept at a minimum. The student Church School (all ages)
pays a $5 fee for enrollment in his first course. He is eligible for ad- 9A.M.
ditional USAFI courses and services at no additional cost, the only / Junior Church (Nurserv
limitation being he may not be enrolled in more than two courses The two air station dining halls serve the same menu but observe different grade 6)) 10 A.M. '
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows:
concurrently.For breakfast a.m. to 7:30; a.m. dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to Divine Worship Service -
courses taken through cooperating colleges and universities, 5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m. 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
USAFI assumes the entire cost of the lesson's service, and the student dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m.lsupper. 5:00 p.m. to 6:15.: Both Dining halls observe Junior Youth Fellowship
the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30: a.m. to
flays only the remaining cost of the course. 8:30a.m.brunch>::30 a.m to 12:30: p.m.land supper.4 p.m.to 5:30 p.m. 1 P.M. Bldg. 722
Correspondence courses are not the only road of study for the Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 Senior Youth Fellowship
cents I dinner and brunch for 45 cents and supper for 50 cents.
student. He may enroll in a group study class using USAFI materials 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
without any fee at all. Successful completion of a group study class will
also enable the USAFI student to enroll in correspondence courses Friday July 17 Tuesday

without fee.USAFI Breakfast Dinner Supper Senior Choir Rehearsal -
courses are divided into high school, college and technical Hot Oatmeal Mulligatawny Soup Deep Fried Fish 7 P.M. Bldg. 750
levels. Most of the courses can be studied by either the correspondenceor Eggs to Order Italian Meat Sauce Tartar Sauce
group study method. They include English, literature, French Toast Boiled Spaghetti Ham & Noodles Christian Science Service -
Grilled Ham .
mathematics social studies science buisness education and foreign Pizza Pie Scalloped 7 P.M.
SlicesPraline Au Gratin Creole Wax Beans
languages. Buns Asparagus Strawberry Gelatin NATTC
Basic and introductory courses at college level are also offered by Dutch Apple Pie Orange Bar Divine
the institiute. These courses include the language arts, math, social Bldg. 500Evening Worship 12 P.M.
studies, psychology, ''science and business administration.USAFI's Saturday,July 18' ,
technical service to .\ Worship- P.M.
courses give personnel an opportunity Bldg. 500
supplement their military training by learning principles and Early Breakfast Brunch Supper
developing skills that may be applied in their military occupations. Hot Farina Submarine Sandwiches Baked Pork Chops
These courses also aid in preparing for civilian vocations. On this Eggs to OrderPineapple Hot Potato Boston Chips Baked Steamed Brown Gravy Rice

level of study courses in aeronautics, auto mechanics, building con- Cakes Beans Buttered Fresh
struction, applied arts, electronics and electricity, diesel engines, Raised Doughnuts Ice Cream Cup Frozen Broccoli Traffic
metal working, vocational math, radio and television and technology Boiled Navy Beans
are'a valla ble.Through Chocolate Cake '
Fudge Icing ViolationsThe
the U.S. Armed Forces Institute, every opportunity is given
service men and women to develop themselves to the fullest of their
capabilities and allow them to move into the most sought-after occupational Sunday July 19
levels-both military and civilian.
Early Breakfast Brunch' Supper following is a report of
Hot Oatmeal Chicken Pot Pie Grilled and
Beef Steaks motor vehicle accidents
The Delicate BalanceFreedom Eggs French to Toast Order Mashed Buttered Potatoes Brussel Fried French Onions Fried traffic violations for the period

Grilled Sausage Sprouts PotatoesButtered June 29-July 5.Number.
Patties Ice Cream Cups Peas &
is the source of all that is best and worst hi man. Raisin Rolls Carrots of Accidents

Freedom is subject to limits in order to safeguard the freedom of White Butter Cake Cream Icing
others. This week 5

Freedom increases human dignity when it is based on intelligenceand Monday,July20Breakfast Total accidents this year through
aims at the good of another, and not exclusively of self. July 5 ... 177.
Freedom can be suppressed as effectively by mob rule as by dic Dinner Supper .- Number of accidents through
tatorship. Hot Grits Onion Soup Grilled Ham July 1969 ... 238.
Freedom is better served by sacrifice than by self-indulgence. Eggs to Order Beef Pot Roast Slices Total number of days since last

Freedom calls upon those in authority to give the 'benefit of the Grilled Slices Bacon ,I Oven Brown Browned Gravy Home Fried injury.in a motor vehicle accident
doubt' to those who would exercise it., French Toast Potatoes PotatoesCream 32.
Freedom is from God. Its responsible use canexasperate/atigue and Cake Doughnuts Beets In Orange Buttered Gravy MixedVegetables
gratify. Whatever the burdens, no one who savors the values of the Sauce Number of Violations
human spirit would forego its splendid challenge for a life of undi- Sugar Seasoned Cookies Succotash Boiled Beans Pinto

sturbed ease. Fruit Gelatin Peach Shortcake This week 54
Whipped Topping Speeding 21
Reckless Driving 1
Tuesday,July 21 Going through stop sign 6
Other violations 26
JAX AIR BJEWS Sreakfast Dinner Supper +

Hot Ham Oatmeal Omlet Corn Grilled Chowder Hamburgers Maryland Fried Twenty-three drivers appeared
Hot GriddleCakes Simmered Frank. ChickenChicken before the Traffic Hearing
furters Gravy Board on July 9. Disposition of
The JAX AIR NEWS i Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Grilled Luncheon French Fried Mashed Bread Potatoes the cases included the following:
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Meat PotatoesItalian Mexican Pudding Corn Twelve lost driving and
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Cinnamon Rolls Spinach Baked Chopped Beans Dutch Apple Pie parking privileges aboard stationfor
private firm All Copy submitted for use In the MX AIR NEWS Egg various periods; eleven were
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2. NAS Ice Cream Sundaes assigned to'complete an eight-
Jacksonville, by lZ:00.noon on Monday before publication. News
hour course in remedial driving;
3119.items are welcomed from all sources Telephone 772-3118 .or Wednesday,July 22 four received suspensions; four

were given warnings p'two were
Breakfast Dinner dismissed seven were fined
;
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Hot Farina Beef Rice Soup Supper (U.S. Commissioner) and one
concerning such should be directed to: Eggs to Order Breaded Veal steaks Beef StewGrilled ;
Minced Beef Tomato Gravy LiverButtered was referred to his commanding
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Home Fried Potatoes Rissole Noodles officer for possible disciplinaryaction.

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Sugar Potatoes Rolls Buttered Beans Green Whipped Creole Wax Topping Beans .
Telephone 388-2755 Brussel Sprouts w. Fruit Gelatin Nine drivers were assessed
Lemon ButterStrawberry thirty-seven traffic points.

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Air Medals f fe.h.U Capt. Herlong Recognized', I


For CFAW-li Achievements

Awarded To
Jax-Former CommanderFleet mand's effectiveness and efficiency -
Air Wing Eleven, Capt. ,and accomplished many
Daniel W Herlong, was recently noteworthy achievements which
VW.4 Crew awarded the Meritorious Service strengthened the Atlantic Fleet
Medal for his achievements while antisubmarine warfare posture.'
serving in that position here from Capt. Herlong is currently
Jax-Twenty-six crewmembersof January 1969 through January serving as the director Per
Weather Reconnaissance 1970. sonnel Program Management
the The award was presented by Divison in the Bureau of Naval
Four (VW-4))
Squadron .. '
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Navy's Hurricane Hunters, were ; RAdm. Robert R. Crutchfield, Personnel in Washington, D.C.
presented with the Air Medal by assistant chief of naval personnelfor

RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., ., 1 plans and programs.The .
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,n/ medal citation read in ..
Fleet Air '
commander Auto T.f iOn
Jacksonville, during recent part: 'Displaying outstanding
! ceremonies here. leadership, planning and
I, managerial abilities, and sound Sale
To qualify for the Air Medal the judgment, Capt. Herlong suc-
crewmen participated in at least cessfully accomplished the
r, 10 penetrations into the eye of RECEIVE AWARDS-These 'Hurrleant HunttrV were recently mission of his command.'He Jax-Florida auto tags
: tropical storms on hurricane presented Air Medals by RAdm. Lawrence Heyworth Jr., for their maintained his squadronsat are being sold here by the
I flights during the 1969 hurricane active particpation in the squadron's weather reconnaissance the highest level of operational Navy Wives Club 86 at the
season. Penetrations at low level missions during the 1969 hurricane season. readiness, improved his com- Not-New Shop In Bldg. 39
((1500 feet or less) with surface (behind the Red Cross
winds of 120 miles per hour or Office) through August 20.
greater were counted as two Marine Unit Deploys For Training The tags will be on sale
flights for this purpose. from 8:30: a.m. until 2:30:

The uniqueness of the award is Jax-Florida's Marine Air primarily on the ability of the Training Detachment, commanded : p.m.Friday.Monday through
pointed up by the fact that the Reserve jet attack squadron, squadron to load and deliver by Lt. Col. John M.
\ award is generally given to MARATKRON, is currently ordnance on target. To accomplish Rapp, provide advice and
combatant naval units. VW4'sHurricane deployed to Bogue Airfield, N.C., that goal, the talents of assistance to the Reserves during
Hunters received the for annual summer training from the men within all the sections- their stay at Bogue Field.
Air Medal for their work duringthe 12 through July 26. maintenance elec-
July ordnance The two-week period gives the HONDA
record breaking 1969 The Jax-based squadron is tronics, hydraulics, ad- squadron a brief, invaluable
hurricane season which produced staffed by men from throughout ministration, supply etc.--are opportunity to work much as a MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
11 hurricanes, and two tropical Florida and southern Georgia, needed and used. regular Fleet Marine Force 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
storms. and is commanded by Lt. Col. Regular Marines from the squadron, to retone their skills, PHONE 771-8244
The medal recipients include Walter J. Bryson III, of supporting Marine Air Reserve capability and efficiency.
Cdr. Marsh, commanding officer Tallahassee.
of the squadron; Cdrs. Siveirlyand VMA-142 was originally formedin
Ascherbeck; Lts. Bunch, California as Marine Scout
Flood, McVickar, Peterson, and Bomber Squadron 142 in March of Clever foxes pay by check.
Soares; Lt. (jg's) Bakkila, 1942. It served in the Pacific
Costin, Howard, Roessign and during World War II, and in 1946it
Tilson; CWO's Griffin, Hannon became a fighter squadron / t\l'\J .
and Boylan; AG1's Harbold and based at Miami. In 1959 the
Lindy; ATI Preston; AG1 squadron received its present
Dombroski; ATR2's Moskal, designation and moved to its
Jenner, Bartosik, Grislam; current base.
ADR2 Larochelle; ATR3's The unit numbers well over
Newell, Touchet; and AG3 200 officers and men. Citizen- ,
Seimle. Marines from all walks of life

(i.e., .lawyers, electricians, \b cc" rA
policeman insurance agents and
students combine their talents in
FRIENDLY, RELAXED&
VMA-142 and work toward im ',
QUIET ATMOSPHERE proving the qualities they possessas a
iimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM ready Reserve forces.

CECIL IDEALLY FIELD LOCATED, N.A.S FOR The squadron pilots, currently Aw .....
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CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, flying Douglas
CHURCHES AND 'Skyhawk' jets, will be operating j[ f
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Mr. & Mrs. Payton Watson, the very?short aluminum H .e
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Take 103rd to FirestoneRd. their use. This Short Airfield for '
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Past Forrest High School. ,developed by Regular !
Marine Corps Forces and used
CSoLONIALOREST extensively by the combat unitsin
Vietnam, requires arrested
F landings and catapulted take-offs
much like that of an aircraft
carrier.
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SeminarJaxFortyfive

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Described briefly below is a the destruction of Nature through civilian per-
potpourri of new books to satisfy ignorance or through deliberate sonnel officers and labor
any taste or to tickle any fancy. If action. 'Life and Death of the Salt relations specialists attended an
these books are not in the library Marsh' by John Teal is about the closest to you, there will be others marshes of the east coast of : 4'F' seminar here June 23-25. The
that will be. Visit your librarysoon. North America; how they were :9 t S4LI seminar was conducted by the
formed; why they continue to Regional Office of Civilian
As unlikely as it may seem, exist; the interplay of plants and Manpower Management and
Daniel JMannix has written a animals; and the effect of man on included Seymour Alshec of the
remarkable story about a them all. Beautiful line drawings Department of Labor, William
goldfish. 'Troubled Waters/ illustrate this fascinating book. Pierce and Nathan Kazin of the
more fact than fiction, is about The fairly recent retirement of Federal Mediation and Con
Buck, a male goldfish, who Earl Warren as Chief Justice of ; ; a ciliation Serviceand Cecil Gill of
struggles for his life against the Supreme Court has brought the International Association of
predators and life-choking both; praise and criticism of the Machinists and Aero Space
pollution and debris in today's years he headed-and influenced Workers as guest speakers.The .
rivers. In the style of Mannix's the high court. Alexander purpose of the meeting was
other excellent animal stories, Bickel in'The Supreme Court and Y to provide detailed informationand
this one is beautifully,, 'and con- the Idea of Progress.' relen- "t advice on policies and
vincingly done. tlessly criticizes the decisions he 4 procedures required under
'What You Can Do About Drugs calls irrational, inconsistent and iir x Executive Order 11491 on Labor
and Your Child' by Herman Landis incoherent. He approved of the e Management Relations in the
one book every parent, school desegregation decision in Federal Service. Subjects
especially of teenagers, should Brown v. Board of Education but discussed included negotiation
read. Even if you have con- on different grounds than the techniques and procedures,
fidence in your child,you ought to Court decided. With such a different arbitration, mediation and the
be able to help him or her keep Court at present, Mr. w __ A. r' a impact of the new order on the
from taking any drugs, Bickel's criticism may have far- labor-management function.
hallucinogens, or from sniffing reaching effects.At : [ This was the first seminar of
glue. Mr. Land has some very a time when the Middle Eastis the type conducted in the
interesting facts and advice his in such turmoil this book by Department of the Navy since
book. Herbert Feis may make it easierto Executive Order 11491 was
The current trends in art are understand why a lasting issued.
difficult to keep up with. John peace has yet to be found between BABY BIRD RESCUED-During the thunderstorm Sunday, a -
Russell in 'Pop Art Redefined'has Arabs and Jews. 'The Birth of mockingbird's nest with three fledglings fell to the ground at the NAS 4526 120th St.
made distinct the field of pop Israel, The Tousled DiplomaticBed' Weapons Department. Monday morning two sailors found one of the a
art. You will be amazed or chronicles the cooperationand YUKONHoarGlass
four-day-oldbjrdswhenthey working in the
were on a party area.,,The"
amused at the extreme to which conflicts of the Big Powers sailors adopted the tiny creature, naming It TeeCee after themselves,
artists have gone. Profusely over Palestine, later to become Thomas Witting and Cecil Richardson. The Humane Society,,was
illustrated, the book is entertaining Israel. In the early of the IINIH NINNINNINIHHINIMINNNNNNNIN
years telephoned for information on how to keep the bird alive.,They, find
as well as educational. cold war, this was the only place themselves 'bird-sitting' and feeding the gapping beak every 15 Cleaners I
Ecology has become a much where the United States and the minutes, 12 hours a dayhardboiled egg yolks mixed with water. The Laundry
discussed topic. Experts have Soviet Union agreed, though their sailors plan to raise tiny TeeCee as a pet. Washers
been disturbed for some time by motives were quite different.
SC. Dryers((5. min.)

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I Special Services Promotes Summer Fun .

By.JOSN Christy Lorentzen

Jax Summer has arrived at one of the many scenic picnic and what better way is there to
once again, and fun-seekers here areas maintained by Special relax and escape routine than by
at the air station can find plenty Services. sampling the outdoor life with a
of action to fill the long, hot days Horse enthusiasts may enjoy camping trip? Special Services
by taking advantage of the both English and Western ridingat offers fully-equipped camping
recreation facilities offered by the stables here. Prices are trailers at a nominal fee to make
NAS Special Services. minimal, and the horses are your vacation pleasant and
Looking for a way to beat the among the finest to be offered at economical.
heat? -There's no need to travel any riding academy. Phone the Whatever your recreation
off base to cool off because four stables and reserve your mount a preferences may be, there is no
swimming pools are located here day ahead to avoid waiting. doubt that you will be able to find '-
for the free convenience of Water sports are always many of them here at the air ::
Navymen and their families. And popular in summer, and for fun station. For further informationon
after you've worked up an ap and excitement sailboating can't these and other Special Ser-
petite swimming, why not pack a be beat. If you don't know how to vices activities, visit Bldg. 704 or
lunch and enjoy a quiet afternoonSAILINGMany maneuver a sailboat, experts at call the office at ext. 3122 where
the Sail Club can show you how qualified personnel will help you
and open the doors to a whole'new on your way to summer fun.
\ "*'.:,"'\; world of summer recreation.
't,. Another favorite summer Pool HoursJax
pastime! is fishing, and Special
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Services can provide everythingyou The swimming pools
':{,, ;' j., ";'V": .;,;; need to catch the limit, from aboard this station will be open
I I fishing licenses to rods and reels. for use as follows:
,t';,: ,:1. To reach those secluded spots NAS Enlisted Men's Pool -
.. ..,, ;
,'.1!t' ,'Y" where the fishing is best, rent a Open from noon to 6 p.m.: closed
fishing boat complete with motor Tuesdays.
and gasoline at the Fish Camp. NATTC Open from noon to 8
S fi N [ : And if you have your own motor p.m.; closed Thursdays.CPO ,
r. boat, you may moor it free of Pool Open from noon to 6
charge at the Fishcamp pier. p.m.; closed Wednesdays.
; For those who enjoy com Officers' Pool Open from NAS GOLF COURSE-this 18 holt count Is over 17,000 yards long
petitive and team sports, Special noon to 6 p.m.; closed Mondays. and provides one of the toughest tests of golfing in the area
.... I"Ji Services maintains tennis,
', A basketball and handball courts hi
11(.,:;.' 1'.. J addition to several sof tball fields.
Game equipment may be IMPORTED IMPORTED
AlFA ROMEO RENAULT
.. checked out from the gear issue
rJ room in Bldg.704 weekdays from
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Golfers here at Jax are fortunate -
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South. Golfing equipment may be ,
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the course. The golf course is
open daily from 8:30: a.m. to
people are seen sunset for military men and their .
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. Hospital/ / Happenings- Red Commended Darters For


Jax-Naval Hospital staff served with various squadrons
members have been makingnews during the 50's.
this month with promotions, ASW ManeuversPatrol
retirements, and graduation LCdr. Rowe has served on
continuous active duty since
ceremonies. 1948.
45's Detach-
She hails from New Hampshirebut Squadron
Three medical officers were in Rota Spain
plans to spend her retirementin ment 19, operating ,
recently promoted to the grade of Florida. received a 'well done' from
lieutenant commander. Theyare commanderTask
RAdm. Fleming,
The Intern Class of 1969-70
: LCdr. H.C. Smith Jr., LCdr. ,. Force 67, and a message of
graduated June 30 at the Naval '
H.S. Triebwasser, and LCdr. j from commander
appreciation ,
Hospital. The graduate medical I" )
R.R. Wahl. Also promoted + +' ," Submarine Squadron 16 for their
officers Lt. Glenn
I. Moore
are
recently was Lt. (jg) W.M. Oals. '. .- two recent alert launches.
Lt. Robert S. Conte, Lt. Paul B. "
Retirement ceremonies 'f The first was a MEDEVAC
were Flandermeyer, Lt. Lee J. MeltonIII -
conducted for three Navy nurses Lt. Roy A. Olson, Lt. GeorgeI. 11 flight to Decimomannu, Sardinia
here LCdr. L. Carter \! I 1: carrying a Subron 16 medical
: Margie Paskewitz, Lt. Robert W. "f = ..
,
LCdr. Marchetta and 1 ', officer to treat a diver attached to
'
Harper Ruess, Lt. Robert E. Smith and ;, -
Jr. ,, mr.m the USS Recovery. The secondwas
"
LCdr. L. Rowe. "
Dorothy Lt. Ronnie D. Thomas. '
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; ..., :; ,. .,.,"...... IJ a search and rescue flight to
-
entered the I. tl, ,
LCdr. Carter first The graduation ceremony ;r.< ; .., .-. locate an exercise torpedo lost off
Navy in 1945. She separated from marked the end of one year's RETIRING-LCdr Margie L. Carter (NO) is piped over the side for the coast of Rota during training
the service one year later, but professional training for the nine the last time as she ends her 20-year naval career during ceremoniesat operations.In .
returned in 1950 to complete a full men in various areas of medicineand the Naval Hospital here.Sgt.Walker. his'message, COMSUBRON
career. LCdr. Carter was surgery. Guest speaker at 16 stated/'In both! .cases Patron
awarded the Korean ,Service the event was RAdm. H. Howard Rota was tasked* on short
Medal for serving aboard the USS ,Caldwell (Ret.). ReceivesCommendation notice..the. response was rapid
Haven (AH-12)) from 1951 to 1953. and thorough; both cases were
Lt. Roy A. Olson was selected resolved in successful
a positive
LCdr. Harper has served asHonorIntern the
of class. In his He commended the
continuously on active duty since capacity as Honor Intern, Lt. manner.detachment for the 'professionalmanner
1949 when she commenced her Olson MedalJaxGySgt.
presented a plaque to Cdr. in which both tasks were
naval career. She received Joseph A. Ruggiero who receivedthe
conducted and for the high stateof
training as a flight nurse and title of Teacher of the Year. readiness of staff and aircraft.'

Milton A. Walker, Squadron-533, Marine Aircraft He concluded, 'The spirit of
Aviation Ordnance School in- Group 12, First Marine Aircraft cooperation displayed is in
structor, received the Navy Wing in connection with combat keeping with that already
GRANT PLAZA Commendation Medal with operations against the enemy in demonstrated on many previous
Combat'V'recently from Lt. Col. the Republic of Vietnam from occasions: Well Done.'
p AUTO CENTER L.E. Blanchard, Marine Aviation February 24, 1969 to February 19, The detachment recently
Training Support Group com- 1970.' launchedthree aircraft and five

TIRE SALE! manding officer. The gunnery sergeant trained crews to support Sixth Fleet
GySgt. Walker received the his men in correct ''handling, operations in the eastern
award 'for meritorious service' loading and arming proceduresfor Mediterranean during the Jor-

ROAD-HOLDERS! FIBER GLASS 'while serving as non various types of ordnance, danian crisis. During the six-day
BELTEDCAT' commissioned officer in .
chargeof thereby enhancing their Individual operation', the detachment
the Ordnance Section with proficiency and con- assisted aircraft from bases in

Marine All Weather Attack tributing significantly to, the Sigonella, Sicily and Soudha Bay,
'WIDE accomplishment of his unit's Crete in providing around-the-
mission,' according tQ the accompanying clock anti-submarine screens and
DOMINICK'SIzza citation. shipping surveillance service for
ENJOY Tasked with the responsibilityfor the carrier task force..
preparing his section' for
BETTER LIVING WITH
deployment., he displayed exceptional -
I: GRANTS CREDIT Under New Management leadership and
Italian & American Food resourcefulness as he supervisedthe
Family Style Dining Room packing and transport of all

FEATURING THE supplies and equipment, ,and fMIG
enabled his squadron to achievean
BEST PIZZAIN operational status shortly
after its arrival at a new air base.
SALE TOWN!II! 'As a result of his diligent and

OPEN DAILY: resourceful efforts, the '
10 AM til MIDNIGHT operational effectiveness of his ;
TUESDAY unit was greatly enhanced. 1E
P.M.til MIDNIGHT 'By his initiative, superb NAND w HAW -..
6403 ROOSEVELT BLVD. professionalism, and loyal
Phone Ahead For devotion to 'duty, Gunnery

FAST SERVICE! Sergeant Walker earned the .
387-2621 respect of all ,who served ,with }* jyr M< }h7 }\iVyMwrm4.hkp;: ; ;

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4 Dr., Sedan, Auto Trans., R&H (Gold) .. .

Grant's Deluxe Car 67 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE" $1445
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AIR CONDITIONER,. 68 DODGE $1695 ;
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dust, dirt, pollen. Made to cool 4 Dr., Sedan, Auto Trans., R&H, (Gold) 3} h

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CSC Chairman Announces Plans To t .. f; '

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Improve Promotion OpportunitiesJax



U. S. Civil Service plan are aimed at helping the procedures should be com F erp
Commission chairman Robert E. thousands of employees, many of petitive.
Hampton has announced that an whom are members of minority 2. Qualification Standards.
eight-point plan for improving groups,who are the bottom rungsof Agencies should make! sure that
opportunities for federal employees the job structure and who have qualification standards encourage _
in the lower grades to the potential and the desire to rather than discourage
move upward has been furnished qualify and successfully competefor mobility, and that demonstrated
to heads of all departments and progress up the job ladder. ability to perform at a higher ,
agencies.The The eight-point plan for upward level or to learn to carry out
upward mobility plan mobility briefly outlined below higher level responsibility is
provides long-range goals for should avail employees the opportunity recognized.
agencies to work toward, for training so they 3. Job Development Agencies suggests a series of actions for may qualify for promotions. should have a positive programfor
achieving goals and indicates the 1. Career Systems. Systems analyzing occupations and for
support that the commission will should be established to increase redesigning and restructuring
provide.The opportunities for advancement, jobs in such a way as to establishnew
plan was developed by the utilization, training and positions which provide PHOMOTION-Data Processing Officer, Cdr. R. L. Wh.lams
Civil Service Commission in education of employees in low- additional opportunities for presents promotion papers to Wenzell) T. Wilson. Wilson Is now a GS.5
consultation with agency per- level jobs. They should providefor entry-level employment, ad- computer operator. At the ceremony are supervisor of the operations
sonnel directors, employee skills development and ad. vancement in non-professional divison, C.M. Kennedy, left,and supervisor William B, King.
organizations and interested vancement within and across occupations, and 'bridges' to jobs
citizen groups, and becomes an occupation lines, with a means with higher grade potential.
integral part of the government'snew for employees to gain easier 4. Career Development Plans. Civilians in Data Processing Dept.

equal employment op- entry into jobs with higher level Career development plans shouldbe
portunity program developed by career potential. The systems created on a voluntary basis Receive Promotions and
the commission following the should identify employees with for lower level employees who Training
issuance of Executive Order the potential and desire to advance have potential for advancement.

11478 last August. and training which will Plans should be tailored to suit Jax-Civilians in the Data Wenzell T. Wilson, Jeanette
The new and expanded opportunities prepare workers to perform at the capability and ambition of the Processing Department received James and Vivian McVeigh.
called for under this higher levels. Advancement individual and should be relatedto promotion and training cer-
present and future needs of
tificates from Cdr. R. L. Supervisors who completed a
wMwr w
wrrNMNriwrwwrn
I .111I11II i we i the and the federal
vice.agency ser Williams, data processing of70 hour supervisory training
ficer, July 9. course are: Robert B. Langille,
Any 1 lb. cheese purchase 5. Career Counseling and Seven employees received Lawrence D. Walker, Ralph

Guidance. Individual guidanceand promotions. They are: Garry L. Mazza, Aleta Plank, Rubye
entitles to a stick of counseling should be Seaton, Orbie Ruis, Myrtle Maloy, Barbara King and Lyle
you provided to as many employees Jackson, Francis E. Robertson, Coblentz.
in the lower grades as possible to
Danish smoked salami encourage and assist them in
planning and achieving goals that Demoted Civilians May
1 relate to the needs of the in-
for only $1.49. dividual and the federal service.

The counseling and guidance Seek to Fill a Vacancy
.1111.r price is $1.79. should include a realistic appraisal -
of the employee's interest Y
and potential it should provide
; Jax Civilian employees who Employment Divison, Civilian
lrLr1.t1JtJfllJI complete information on job
have been demoted for
opportunities within the agency's non Personnel Department, to insure
personal reasons, such as in a that selecting officials have
career system, and it should
J situation where the work force complete information concerningyour
1111111CHEESE give the employee full information
on the educational, must be reduced, may seek education, experience and
training and development repromotion to a position from training when they are con-
TRAYS FOR PARTIES available. opportunities which they were demoted. A sidering you for repromotion.You .
CONTACT TOM WALTON, PHONE 389.7811 bulletin posted for all civilian may also apply for
ROOSEVELT MALL 6. Education and Training. personnel explains that such promotion to any other positionfor
aIMMNI aMIMNeaal. .lwll. ..NaAII .. ......_Y.IIIMIIMNM.aNNNM Educational and training op demoted employees may be which you desire to be considered
-, portunities for lower level employees given special consideration for by submitting a Standard
who can benefit from such repromotion and that con Form 171, and any sup-
opportunity should be provided to sideration for such repromotionis plementary information
help them advance in accordancewith the first step toward filling a required, for each position for
CONTACTBRONCE their potential. Training vacancy.If which you wish to be considered.
% should be provided in the most 'you have been demoted Before being demoted some of
efficient manner and on-site and without personal cause, be sure you applied for reassignment to
on-the-job training should be to submit a completed Standard position of the same level.
offered when it is economical and Form 171, and any supplemental Placement in those positions
possible. information required, to the would now be a promotion.
Therefore,you should now advise
the Civilian Personnel Depart-
I P ment that your application for
reassignment should be changedto
an application for promotion.
soon ", Call extension 2320 to have this
change made.9WIURM.


at Sheraton ....lKNf'.arITIMJ1I1EN: IS NEEDLESS TrJ

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Navy, Retired .::;.


Have you ever wished for an 'inside contact' in Stay at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn
the automobile business? Bronce Waller, U.S. In the Continental U.S.* at Vz the regularrate
Navy, retired is your man! Thirty years In the
on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Navy with complete knowledge of problems nights.
facing Navy folks In automobile Now rMnLGuan
buying. on
..,1 the 'inside' with Jacksonville's No. 1 Chevrolet You don't have to be In uniform.All you
dealer. need is your ID.

Next time you get a weekend pass, .. 0)/108/
unwind in style at Sheraton. ;

Before you buy any car, new or used, see your *.RtttrvatloM are accepted. on a
'inside contact', Bronce Waller and get the No. 1
buy. "Stamlby atte"only and ..r.IUbJ.ctto San Juan it Niblick
space availability at time of check-in. Phone 344-4404
Offer does not apply to the St. Regis-
,
1 2
: and 3
Sheraton in New York Bedrooms
!/ .. City G."II Type Apartments with

.0. GORDON THOMPSON @ Country Ranges Kltchtnl a Club equipped Refrigerators'Atmosphere with 0-E

VI indlridual, Air Conditioning
CHEVROLET and
Heating by G.E
Drapes furnished
Sheraton-Jacksonville Hotel Wall to
;} 2600 U.S. NO. 1 SOUTH GULF LIFE CENTER Large Swimming Wall Carpeting PoolPAGE
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY

Publisher Call: 388-2755
MOVIE SCHEDULE

JAX AIR NEWS Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

NAS Jacksonville for publication the following Thursday Ads

LATWINOER arriving too late for this deadline will be

published the following week unless the
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or Thursday,July 16 Berger. Color mystery drama.

money order for the full cost of the ad must be 'GP' G. ((91 mins.)

$ received WITH the copy for the ad. NAS: 'They Shoot Horses, Hospital: 'Popi'Tuesday

4747 San Juan Avenue RATES Minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 Don't They ?' starring Jane M'

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) 50 Cents Fonda, Gig Young and Red ,July 21
Buttons. Color drama. 'GP' E.

((120 mins.) NAS: 'A Fistful of Dollars'

Hospital: 'Out of It' starring starring Clint Eastwood and

John Voight and Barry Gordon. Marianne Coch. Color western..
FOR SALE OR RENT
: :: RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your : fiWj"t Comedy. 'GP' G. (95 mins.) 'GP' V.G. ((95 mins.)
: : :
rG': : :
: : TRANSPORTATION
;
EMPLOYMENT: : : equity or let us rent your home. L", "",,,.Jhao: VWU,{A'An.........,..'v.w'w,"';'hawaS.i l Hospital: 'To Commit a
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for Friday,July 17 Murder' ,
map, sales and rental list. Call Powellor
SERVICE WIVES Mills, USN Ret. 2642411.
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS ORANGE PARK REALTY NAS: 'Bridge at Remagen'starring Wednesday,July 22
AUTOMOBILES
FURNISHEDEast
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or MILITARY,FREE NOTARY. George Segal and Ben
1022 Park Street, 3547888. and West Coast 3533691. Gazzara. Color war drama. 'GP'E. NAS: 'Suppose They Held a

((115 mins.) War and Nobody Came' starring
TV DOESN'T PAYIf NEW3&4 HOMESas Hospital: 'They Shoot Horses
Tony Curtis and Ernest
low as$65 a month under FHA 235
are a TV'watcher from 6 to 10 GOINGOVERSEAS '
you Plan. Louise T. Bailey, Broke 771.3605 Don't They? Borgnine. plor Comedy 'GP' V.
evenings you've wasted a minimum of Must sell) 1967 Impala SS, AM FM
1,560 hours a year. Multiply this by$2 2468253. Stereo Radio, AT. 327, PS., excellent G. (113 mins.) Z"
an hr (what we pay) equals $3,210 you condition. 786.3082 or 7813692.. Saturday,July 18 Hospital:: 'A Fistful of Dollars' I
could have earned working for me. If NEW HOME
you can work 6.10 evenings, and are 7 miles from NAS 8. Cecil.3BR.,2B., w
NAS Mario
between the ages of 20-35 call 338-7298 to w, carpet, Cent. H. 8. A., Fenced ANTIQUE : 'Jenny' starring The following tickets are now
Ask for Mr. Gleason or Mr. Taquin. back:yard, Enclosed Fla. Rm., Built.In 1941 1 Chev. Sedan, recent engine Thomas and Alan Alda. Color on sale at Special Services, Bldg.
Range & Oven, Carport, Patio, Low overhaul, good tires, tag & Inspection drama. 'GP' V.G. (89 mins.) 704
:
7071. $450. Call after 4 p.m. 388-0135.1956THUNDERBIRD .
PART TIME equity, Interest rate, 8'price. Lt. (|i9)) Hospital: 'Bridge at Remagen'NAS
Janltoral Work on board NAS Jax. 4 Reed. Ph.7729563.Day 772-2424 after 6 or Matinee: 'Apache Rifles'starring JACKSONVILLE SUNS
hrs. nltely-5 day wk. 3558243. Leave weekends
Audie Murphy and Linda BASEBALL-.50
name and phone number.,
FHA-VA, Good Cond., Sacrifice. 7713211. Ext. Lawson. Color western. (92

3BR., 2B., Fla. Rm., Small down. 342 Bailey. mins.) PITTSBURGH STEELERS vs
vwswv EI
Call now. Ed C. Philips, Realtor, 387.
:m..v7: sa aaasxaaww: uaHnoiK 3:< gSi Sunday,July 19 $6.00
2503. '

A RADIO OR '. : I': : NAS: 'PopP starring Alan

TVANNOUNCERRecorded Arkin and Rita Monero. Color Movie Classifications
( :
.'. tells message you how.by Call leading any hour.announcer 3BR., 2B.,HOME Carpet FOR, all built-in SALE kitchen, [>. "''"?l J ','I,#1"ifJ <(: comedy drama. 'G' V.G. ((113 'G' All ages admitted

355.2944. fenced yard, 2-car panel garage, Cen.H \ ;,R. mins.) 'GP' All ages admitted;
Custom& A.,drapes.Family$34,900171.6290.Rm with fireplace. II':J' t: '\\.r" 0\ Hospital: 'Jenny' parental guidance suggested'R'

; : Monday July 20 Restricted under 17
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICEAuto t"'H'
AC., central & window units PINK BRICK HOUSE 1.l requires accompanying parent or
serviced & repaired. 2415 McCartyDr. 3BR., 2B., Attached ; ; NAS: 'To Commit a Murder' adult guardian'X'
Tylers Heating&Air Conditioning Garage; Cent. H & A., Paneled Den, ; starring i louis Jourdan and Senta No one_under 17 admitted
4711 Palmer (Lake Shore) Fenced back yard, Lots of shrubs. $94

388.5161 mo.mortgage.Mdest equity.7813243.Assume 5V percent. LVt HOLDING A SHAKE OF YOUR FUUMEWESTSIDE

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS i >'

$\j Consoles some with AM-FM, tape i'' "t I'
players. At dealers cost to liquidate .' : *\ vx ,' '.
,, : i f : ;1 !
'stock.'Full warrantyl) Phone 771-0409. : .tft :' ,
rj 1 I II
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LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISHWilford's I !.ttlof
ORANGE PARK ..
Fish Camp 2649707. ,
2BR., Apts., furn. or unfurn., '{". ? '.
Dishwasher, Carpets, Drapes. F>'iffh\ 1
Elizabeth Apts., 711.140Sor771.3355 t+J t :911!AIFs
GEORGE'S KENNELS : 2tV:
& Cats Boarded. ,
Est. 1925. Dogs "
COUNTRY LIVING ;yr>
& Available.
Grooming Pickup Defining Delivery 8. Bathing. 2BR., Furn. Duplex Apart. off Ricker I,!?:',.r"
Matercharge & Bank Amerlcard Rd. MO & $85 a mo. $25 deposit. 725- '!;; rssr"m i

accepted. Visitors welcome.. 5085 0574 or 7723112. ...j<+[; ,6a'N tlkan'+I xFRWM.b*
Edgewood Crt. 3890064.

WATER BELLE Chris Noel,
GUITARS FOR SALE tar of AFRTS' "Date With VOLKSWAGEN, INC.
Yamaha Flat top guitars all models Chris" is an avid swimmerwho
Friday and Sat. Meeks 2019 Jammes belief in safety first She SELLING USED CARS
Road. says, "The fan way to swim b
the safe to swim.
way
PRIVATE PIANO TEACHER
Many years experience. Near Ortega,
POODLE PUPPY
Black turning silver. 9 weeks old., Venetia, Stockton schools. 389-7622 100% GUARANTEE

Male. Housebroken,$50. Call 7716136.
KIDDIE KARR NURSERY
Open 24 hrs. I day. Will board.
PAINTING Riverside Manor area. Ph. 3843260.
Interior & Exterior., Free Estimate.M. VOLKSWAGENS
Arnold 264-2376 after 5.
of'

TOPS CLUB COOL $ UP
800
meets every Thursday' Hotel I.I I.. frog
Mayflower 8 p.m. Obese females *
welcome. I SPECIAL AT -

_. ;......--; r. 63's
DEER SPRINGS
SINGER ZIG-ZAG$47 CAROUSELMOBIL_ !;, HOMES Thru
Ph. 3531946. 1606 Main Street. St.t. M 21 nov Ktyilon Ht.
1970 MODELS 45 minute frm J... 69's
One Week Special I MOBILE HOMEOn

12 wide, 2 br $3380 spring'r.nt"

J.0WNM............y}. .v.,'Ti1iiMisB."." ". LEi: 60X12, 2br $4195 OPEN fOR INSPECTIONfydeW.SimpSMtCo. -0 0-

64X 12, 3br $4695 ...WEEKEND SPECIALS...
64X12, 3br, I'/ibth' $4495 REALTOR 3516849Bob's
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 59M Phillips Hwy. 7334700 65 DODGE Van $990
1 Qtr.Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
trailer and Apt. 3893007. ... ........ Windows' Excellent condition

r 61 VW Station Wagon $1990

MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea Oak Hill

( Mobile Home Park) /4 Mile 69 LeMANS $2590
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near
schools and shopping center. Clean, Service CenterOpen 2-Door Hardtop, Auto trans., Factory Air, Power
and reasonable rates. Manager on Pure
premises. Children and pets
welcome. 6301 Roosevelt 3146264.rilBiifAtill.

for your convenience 6 a.m 10 p.m. steering.WESTSIDE


}] raid sirllics Nick up ft ..III.r, .


'HIDDEN WATERS' ..chute of duty Antricu ft Fertif r Curs VOLKSWAGEN, INC.

,."_. Black Creek, Canal fishing or Lake, boating lots, 1150 1... A,.., S. ..... 7115511Open
available. Excellent PHONE 103rd & Jammes Road,
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also, Daily I to 8:30-Saturday I to 5. .
permanent home area. High, wooded 771.9156 Jacksonville, Florida
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake Sunday Ho 6PMJULY I
Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992.




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AwardsPresented to



Cecil Sports' By DTC J.D. BreWSle.lI. 4 VA-45 PersonnelCecilFour



I =
I -
-
VA-45 personnelwere helicopters in Southeast Asis. He
Stoutpaw Don Dooley of VA-174 fielding miscues. Kirkland took the park; we have not been so presented awards here on was also responsible for silencingan
bested AV-ORD pitcher Rich the loss. informed. July 7.LCdr. enemy automatic 2 weapons
Urich in a tight pitching duel 21.. Ironman Kirkland came back Franklin D. Waters, position that was firing heavily
The 'Hellrazors' tallied their strong in the 2nd, shutting out the Bowling LCdr. Frank C. Green and Lt. against rescue forces.
winning markers in the 1st in Raiders 5-0. Johnson stroked a Rodney B. Lee were presented Lt. Lee was cited for service as
ning. Duncan led off with a walk, single in the 5th inning to ruin National League: With seven Navy Commendation Medals and Maintenance Control Officer and
and scored on a long tiple by Kirkland's bid for a perfect weeks of bowling remaining, AFCM Robert C. Manning was Material Control Officer aboardthe
Johnson. Johnson was brought in game. The Spa solved Walkers Admin is threatening to run away presented the Navy Achievement USS Constellation during
on a single by Blymiller. AV-ORD offerings to the tune of 12 hits. with league. Unless a few of the Medal. combat operations.
scored an- unearned run in the Jerry is rusty from an extended players stub their toes on the foul LCdr. Waters received the AFCM Manning received the
2nd.VA81 WESTPAC deployment. line, Admin appears unbeatable. medal for meriotorious serviceas medal for implementing the
parlayed 12 hits into 12 The Raiders have rescheduleda Miller rolled a 589 series, catapult and arresting gear Visual Information Display
big runs as they romped by first double header with Mayport.The followed by Stilley with 573; officer aboard the USS Con- System, a new concept in the
half champions VA-46, 122. game will be played Friday Roheler, 560, and Dumm, 526. stellation during combat administration and control of the
Zerillo's three singles led the VA- evening starting at 7 p.m. Miller also had high game with operations from Sept. 1969 to Feb. aviation maintenance effort
81 hitting rampage. Hendersonwas Rudies Rubies Alibi of the 244. Roehler had a 224 and Pekara 1970. Cdr. A. H. Gonzalez, squadron
winning pitcher. year: After being doubled off 2nd 221. Standings (based on per- LCdr. Green was cited for C.O., presented the awards and
VA-87 turned VA-81 back 14.5 as base following the catch of a pop centage): assisting in the search and rescueof congratulated each on their
they exploded for 14 hits. Conor fly, a player gave this explanation aircrews of two downed AccomDlishments.
and VanTol each rapped out : 'I ain't used to beingon Admin Dental .7080.7890

three hits apiece, 'and with the base, so how can you expectme VA-174 No. 1 .6840
exception of winning pitcher to remember how to run'? VA-72 .5920
Meadows, each member of the Jim Lee's Cecil Field Raiders Medical .5280 .1
starting nine had at least one hit pitching staff has been bolsteredby Ops VA-83 .5065.4870
Cecil Field's Raiders played the return of Jerry Walker and AMD ..4440NAMTDNo. t
host to Roman Spa of Jackson- the acquisition of Bob Bliss. Bliss 1 .3540
ville and split a doubleheaderwith led Key West into the winners VA-174 No. 2 .3355

the AAA league leaders. circle in the 1969 6th Naval American League VA-46 No:2
the Raiders nipped Roman Spa District Softball Tournament. took over sole possession: of first
3.2 in the opener behind the six- A of Little (notPuckett's e
Leaguers
group place as they took 4 points from 8
hit pitching of Laughlin. Cecil n
Plumbers) have been the Marines. Ops remained inthe
Field scored their three in S
v
runs practicing lately at Cosy Corners.
second slot by taking 3 points
the 2nd on four hits and two Spa If the ball is still orbiting out of
from a rattled Dental team. Ops LCdr. WatersLt. LCdr. Green
rolled two men in the blind and
,
still managed to down their op-
ponent. Bill Monical had the high
WNOLESAi LE PRICES TO ALL! set with a 577 and also had the
high game for the evening with
223. Bill Martin rolled a 221.534
NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES which constitutes his personal
t NEW & USED TV SETS high effort for the season. Y
I, NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES Fourteen other bowlers had sets A
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS of 500 or better, and five men s ky
AIR CONDITIONERS topped the 200 mark.
Standings:
Mrs.t a.m. 7 p.m. Come In ft BrowseWESCONNET

FURNITURE CO VA-46 Operations No.2 54-34 4428VA45 Leer AFCM Manning

'6 WESCONNE T I 771 0,0HIREPAN / No.1 48-32 .
VA-45 No.2 ;:;. 48-32 r i'' '
Marines
41.35
Weapons 40-34 Every TUES. & THURS.

VA.83 40-34
LADIES
DAY
II( Dentw 40-34
VA-174 37.39

MOTORS AMD VA-46 NO. 1 36.33.43.. 19C.HI
Food Slvlce 31-49
Supply 29-47 JJr
AMD Avion 22.50 BALLS r

.......'.n Each & E'." Ctrl
,t Once again we quote a tedious GIRLS ONLY
WE SPECIALIZE IN VOLKSWAGENS All Day & NightS
squeaking voice from the corner
CWO TO ENSIGN- POOL TABLESMOTHER'S
64 which continues to assert: 'With
FORD Ens. Robert A. Ashworth of
2Dr.HT 895 only seven weeks left there are
Baby Blue, Drive& 'looks like new eight teams in position to win VA-174 was promoted to his 1080 CASSAT AVE.

first place in this OUTSTANDING present rank from CWO.2 July 7. .... .
64,VW Red Like New $895 league.' Madison
62 VW Like New $595 Avenue lost an outstanding
66 VW Like New $995 candidate for publicity man of
We specialize in VW's and arrange financing. the year when the Mighty Midget BRAKE LINING
decide to honor the Navy with his
5506 PHILIPS,HIGHWAY PHONE: (Office) 398-0171 e CARS
august person. ALL
.- 1 Alteler" A.I.SIICh" .
r 1 Hither 13"
1 6wnnPeed,
1 30.000 Mrftilifetime

Right now you're only 10 minutes Guaranteed
away
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BALL
9 9

4,' from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain. HOCKS JOINTS 23 ILL

:, 95 CMSrng
:.,. Includes 5 Indu >.ma Itktr

installation AIL SIZE 12,000 Mil;Gllflre,,"..


; (Where the Good Life is included in the rent) I ItIStANTCREOIT FULL CAPS

.fI e NO DOWN PAYMENT WHITEWALLS 888
ADD$'1.00
e LONG TERMS
,; We have 6 (yes six) swimming pools. 0 And 2045 Jammes Rd.,Jacksonville, Fla. "U"ir.tI ,.,CA.rp' EXCH. ,
2 tennis courts 0 Plus shuffleboard and bad. Phone: 781.3818
I t minton 0 With congenial young neighbors to .. RENTING HOURS: 6 CYL 14.88
.. help enjoy them. D All only one block from E r Mon Thru Sat.: 8:30-6:30: ( : ; Sun. 1-6:30: TUNE UP SPECIAL
golf and an elementary school-with other T s DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd., INCLUDES PARTS 8 CYL 17.88
... schools, shopping centers and boating min r i turn right on San Juan-Continue past A LABOR .
,
utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the ( Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
. Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown 4 -turn left to apartments.
Jacksonville in 15. D Apartments have indi
,.I vidually controlled heating and air condition BIG CHIEF TIEtOPEN
I /I. ing, carpeting, draperies, and sliding glass RLEN e
4 door to courtyard or balcony. 0 And you can ,. .
"l' move into a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment today. .b 8-6 MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
Furnished or unfurnished. I..L G.E. WOOD
' s..15 '
i FROM GARDEN, APARTMENTS b444'NORMANOY BLVD. 786-0721
IAMitAMIRICAB! 60 ib BUNDING BLVD 11 1-344 1.
;:'f'. JACKSONVILLE IS ARLEN COUNTRY 809 MAYPORT RO M6 48.' i

Owned and Managed by Arlen Properties, Inc
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I I NATTC : Behind The SceneBy 'I a pPGl



--
Barbara McNeelyOn
concern for his fellow man which AE1 Stanley P. Saunders. He
the evening of June 10, reflected deserving credit on reported here July 6 from VF-103
Aviation Electrician's Mate First himself, NATTC, and the United which is aboard the USS Saratogain
Class Aaron D. Stanford States
a Navy.
the Mediterranean, checkingin
student
attending the AE 'B'
before required in order to
school, averted a near tragedy by ReenlistmentsAEC .
reenlist early and gain con-
his quick and timely actions. N'1.
<
structive time. lie reenlistedon .
was
While in his v
home, Of-
Petty
Ronald E. Mackie July 9 and immediately went y X,
ficer Stanford heard a loud crash
reenlisted July 8 with LCdr.
back on leave until the com-
followed by a distressing call for Gerald S. Struck, meterological
mencement of his AE 'B' school
help by a neighbor, Myron
Kirby. oceanographic equipment test class in August. *
Instinctively and without and liason officer, Fleet Weather y
hesitation, Stanford ran across Facility, administering the oath 3t
the street to investigate the call which committed the chief to four Honor Class

for help. more years in the Navy. Chief
Upon arriving on,the scene he Mackie is currently unit
found Kirby pinned underneathhis Class 015 did it again. For the HEROIC DEED AE1
supervisor in Phase IV of AE -- Aaron D. Stanford is congratulated by Capt.
automobile, after the bumper School and looking forward to his third consecutive time, they have Kennedy for his timely action in rescuing a neighbor.
jack had collapsed. Petty Officer next sea tour. He is hoping for won the competition for Honor
Stanford physically grapsed the orders Class in AE 'A' school and they
to Operation Deep Freeze,
bumper of the car and raised it which will make his second tour have been getting better each Top Airman Selected .
sufficiently for Mr. Kirby to free to the Antarctic. time. They won with 965 pointsthe

himself from the car, 'thereby Chief M.T. Nelson reenlistedfor week of June 15 to 19, 975 Jax-Sgt. Robert W. Hamrickwas and current events.
preventing serious injury'and six years in the commanding points from June 22 to 26, and selected as the 'Airman of Sgt. Hamrick also received
possible loss of life. officer's office on July 8. The 980 for the week June 29 to July 2. the Month' for June at the 679th orders for promotion to his

The Commanding Officer, aviation ordnanceman reportedto The class, including class advisor Radar Squadron. present rate July 1.
Capt. John E. Kennedy, NATTC on June 5, for in- AE1 R.S. Girton and class leader He was chosen on the merits of lie arrived at the 679th Radar
presented Stanford a letter on structor duty. His last tour was AN S. G. Baumgardner, are to be his outstanding job performance, Squadron June 13 from KeeslerAir
July 7th commending him for his aboard the USS Saratoga as commended for their diligence.See his military bearing, his behavior Force Base, Miss..
quick actions taken in an guided missile chief. you here next week with both on and off duty and his The 20yearoldsergeant is
emergency situation and for his This week was a busy one for four? knowledge of military subjects from Bessemer Ala.


I Toyland Will Close For Remodelingitems I[ TOP HAT DRIVE INS 1 I


Jax--The ToylandCountryStore and other goods essential to lowest sales point in the year,' to

(Bldg. 514)) at NATTC will student personnel will be sold. minimize customer inconvenience. Good Eating, ,
close August 1 for renovation and Gardening activities are usually
expansion.The While the remodeling project is finished at that time, and the Fast Service. .
underway paint will be sold at the demand for does
remodeling project is toys not become Chicken
NATTC Exchange' and charcoalwill
scheduled for completion August heavy until September.
be sold at the Express Store.
31. At that time the store will reopen Prior to August 1, the Toyland- Steaks
Other lawn and garden items will
its doors, offering a new be carried in a limited stock at Country Store will be ,open as Seafood !
look and a wider selection of usual. Operating hours are:
various NX locations.
items to its customers. Toyland- Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
Country Store patrons will Exchange officials slated the Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; 2045 BLANDING BLVD PH. 388-9553

browse in air-conditioned renovation for August, 'the closed Sundays and holidays.
comfort among displays made

more appealing by improved ; .;t'
lighting! facilities.

Tile floors will replace con-
crete, and 25 per cent additional
floor space will allow for a
greater .quantity and 'variety of
items. The estimated cost of the
:renovationair conditioning
excepted-is $50,000.

When the builiding re-opens it
will also house the NATTCNavy

Exchange, which is currently
ato
located in Bldg. 554. Upon
relocation in Bldg. 514"i the e. \\

NATTC Exchange will limit ,its

stock to cater exclusively to
.
student needs. Soap, launPHONE. ,



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388.8535

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4rREGULAR SHARE ACCOUNTS 6
'I'J 1249.1251 King St )

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f ','.:M1, BY CASH OR ALLOTMENT, i
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useD CAMERAS AND .J; BLUE ,A GOLD DAILY CERTIFICATES ..'t ,
EQUIPMENT. WE PAY '\ :i,;\ .t"5., a, ,;" :
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William J. PresslerJr. achievements, he was awardedthe (
., commander Fleet Air Wing Navy Commendation Medal. .p
Eleven, presented awards to six As command evaluator, Cdr. ;' 4

members of his staff for their Todd was responsible for the i ;

participation in extensive anti- tactics employed and the k"' ....
submarine warfare operations in gathering of valuable data for the '. '
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the Afore Islands from Sep U.S. intelligence sources. :'" I '
tember through November 1969. Assisting Cdr. Todd was LCdr. :'. ,
Capt. John J. DeMayo Jr., Roger Donodeo, who received a ) .
leader of the mobile operations gold star in lieu of a second Navy
control team and chief staff of Achievement Medal. LCdr. rr t
ficer for CFAW-11, received the Donodeo, who serves as ASW '
Meritorious Service Medal for his officer for CFAW-11, was instrumental -
part irf the ASW effort. His in providing up-to-
citation read in part: 'Capt. date and reliable information to
DeMayo was instrumental in the flight crews which significantly
success of this team in con augmented their operational
trolling the persecution of an effectiveness. Also receiving
anti-submarine warfare the Navy Commendation Medal
operation of vital interest to were AWCS Martin W. Culbreth,
national security. His skillful AWl John W. Parnell and AWl
coordination of flight operations Grant D. Rust Jr.Chief Culbreth,
contributed significantly to their Parnell and Rust served as
effectiveness and to the results sensor operators and evaluatorsfor ,.(
achieved during these missions.' these highly classified and
Cdr. Troy E. Todd, CFAW-11 extensive operations. All three
operations officer, served as men were personally cited for
command evaluator for the Fleet their professional expertise,
Air Wing Eleven mobile which significantly contributed to STORM CASUALTY-HIgh speed winds accompanying Sunday's thunderstorm felled this mighty
operations control team duringthe the success of the mission and magnolia tree which graced the front terrain at Dldg. 1. Transplanted In 1965 from its original
round-the-clock mid-Atlantic received attention at the highest location on the site fo Bldg. 506,the tree had since been nursed along with special care by the Public
operations. As a result of his echelons of military command. Works Dept.Review.

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,. Club SchedulesPIRATES COVE r Q : : 1


Ronnie and the Soul Society are
the EM Club's featured artists
this week, appearing nightly
through July 22. '; f

ACEY DEUCEY CLUB

f A Country Western weekend is
featured this Friday and
I Saturday nights from 8:30: to
12:30: with music by Tommy 'C' rU
.: and Red Edwards
on Friday by e M 4"L
'. and the Altones on Sa turday.A .
coming event will be the Bill
Price show direct from Nash-
ville, Tenn., to be presented on
July 24 and 25.

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Friday evening there will be
music by Mel Gaden, and

Saturday and Sunday nights who returned here last week to look at the old reported to NA 8 Jax In 1WO along with Cpl.
there will be music by John First Jax Marine
Steven King. 'After getting settled In the old
.' barracks,along with his two sons -one whoIs
Thomas. The Bill Price Show barracks, we began almost immediately a 24
Thirty years ago last month a couple of currently a Marine serving at the station'sMarine
from Nashville, Tenn.,will be the '
young Marines left Parris Island, S.C. in a Barracks. hour patrol of the station, Harris recalled.
featured attraction Wednesdayand
truck loaded with enough gear for 10 men. Located on Allegheny Road, the building is Looking over the old barracks in left photoare
Thursday. Their orders were to drive to NAS Jacksonville now part of enlisted housing, although in 1940it Harris and his two sons,Cpl. W. R. Harris
FRA BRANCH 91 where they were the initial two men in a was in Yukon and Allegheny Road was part and Darnell, Jr.
10-man Marine Barracks here. of U.S. Highway 17. The elder Harris retired from the Corps in
Tonight's shuffleboard tour- One of the men was PFC Darnell F. Harris, The elder Harris (at right in right photo) 1959 and currently lives In Jacksonville.
nament will get underway at
7:30: and there will be a dance
with live music on Friday Two Red Darters Praised Prior To DepartureAlso I

evening. Jim Mann and the
Goodtimers will be at
appearing and Jax-Two members of Patrol responsible initiative to developmore leaving the squadron witha shop. Noted and worthy of
club
the is Sunday night, FRA Squadron 45 recently received efficient methods of Letter of Appreciation was ATI mention is your outstanding
I Tuesday meals game each night.Tuesday letters formally acknowledgingtheir utilizing the resources of men and Stacey L. Atchley. His letter performance in a variety of
serves superior performance of material available to you.' stated: 'In your most recent assignments while attached to
through Sunday. duty. The letter was presented by assignment as Electronics Patrol Squadron 45, includingfirst
USO CLUB RM2 Richard A. Beaudoin VP-45 Commanding Officer Cdr. Branch shop petty officer you tech on a P-3A ASW flight
received a Letter of Com- R.A. Mason on the event of have been instrumental in crew, leading technician for the
Tonight is Free Refreshment mendation which read in part: Beaudoin's departure from the promoting a professional attitude squadron detachment at U-
Night at the USO, as is every 'In your assignment as P-3A squadron.He has orders to Naval throughout your span of control Tapao, Thailand, for which you
Thursday night, and Sunday's inflight communicator, com- Communication Station, and in maintaining an effectiveand earned the Navy Achievement
Vesper Service and refreshmentswill munications training petty of- Morocco. smooth running electronics Medal and additionally a four-
be provided by the Central ficer and senior petty officer in month period as Electronics
Baptist Church. The free Sunday charge of the Patron Rota Branch supervisor at the detach-
feature movie will be 'Wild and Communications Center, you ment site in Rota, Spain.
Wonderful.' Each Tuesday is maintained exceptionally high
Game Night, and Wednesday is standards of accomplishments
the regular Al Albert record hop throughout your tour of duty.You Designed for I You I
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Sixth Naval District Golfers f. .' -




Set to Compete on Jax Links



Jax..Thirteen teams had signed UP as of Tuesday for the Sixth Naval District

I week Golf Tournament to be hosted by NAS Jacksonville on the station links next S


Teams and individuals will be
out gunning for top honors that
Fliers Win One Drop will make them eligible for
further competition and a chancefor
possible All Navy and In-
Three Against Patrick terservice link titles.
The teams are expected to start
arriving aboard station over the
Jax'.Rained out of a doubleheader Friday night at weekend, with Monday being set

Patrick AFB, the Jax Navy Fliers softball squad openedup aside as a practice day. Monday ? alFr9 ;:
J : g
evening there will be a ban 2r 1 fp { YQy
a winner in the first of eyISP;
four '
games Saturday, but quet and drawings for starting
dropped three straight to come home on the short end of times and actual tournament'

a series against the Air Force over the weekend. play will begin Tuesday. !..
Teams already entered in the
In Saturday's opener, the affair include NAS Jax, NAS
Fliers went wild at the plate, Tommy Bowie hit a homer with Cecil Field and Mayport, along
knocking out 14 hits to push none aboard in the third inning with the Naval Reserve Training STEALS SECOND Retor Bryan, who reached first on an error,
across 9 runs in trimming the and Emil Cook repeated the Center Miami, Navy Memphis, steals second In last week's championship game as he led Hospital to a
home squad, 9-6, behind the performance in the Fliers'half of I Naval Supply Corps School 3.2 win over NARTU for the station's softball crown. Rick Erdmanwas
mound performance of John covering second for NARTU the while
Jack
the sixth. Athens, NAS Key West, NAS on play Morgan wasat
Littleton. short.The win also the
the
gave Hospital sfatlon'slronman trophy.
Albany, Naval Air Training
Patrick took the next three,5-2, This weekend, Jax takes on Command Pensacola, NAS
4.1,and 3-2 to take the series 3-1 in Glynco in a doubleheader at 7; Glynco, Naval Construction
the game department. A coupleof p.m. tomorrow night, and again Battalion Gulfport, Naval Sation
Fliers came up with long balls at the same time Saturday.
Charleston and N4S Atlanta. Why Do You See
in the final game as Jax scored
both runs on homers.



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Mackroth field over the weekend with a fantastic feminine softball of Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles, and all other major American
performance all for charity. The lady Eagles out flew the Darter auto manufacturers?
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