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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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Blue Angels, Chuting Stars Top Cecil Open rt&bl'4TORy' 1 :

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Jax- The famed 'Blue Angels'the a Japanese Zero. The plane done in a tight formation which complete wing overlap between careers in naval aviation and to
Navy's top flight demon- spiraled downward trailing became the basis for the present aircraft at speeds from over 500 stimulate public interest in the
stration team will perform at realistic smoke, and a dummy team's performance of aerial miles per hour to a stalling 170 nation's air power. w
Cecil Field Sunday at 2 p.m. The pilot was parachuted from the maneuvers in thrilling combinations miles per hour Ordinarily the tactics that the ,
gates will be open to the public at craft to be captured by a detach-- of high speed and close By performing at air shows and team demonstrates are executedat
11 a.m. The Chuting Stars, the ment of Marines in front of the formation. The team developedwhat other events in the national in- 30,000 to 50,000 feet but per-
Navy sport parachute diving onlookers. is now their famous terest, the team hopes to interest forming for the audience
team from Lakehurst, N. J. will Most of their maneuvers were 'Diamond' formation with almost young men in air or ground required bringing down ,the

perform at 1 p.m. and the Seabee '1 "" .. '" ,':? :t ':' ;" .,: ': ..." ',' maneuvers to eye-level. None of
drill team from Davisvllle, R. I. the maneuvers are considered to
will perform at 1:30. Also, be stunts since they are part of
various aircraft will be on : the routine taught any fighter
display. pilot
Each year millions of spec- During the regular 25-minute ,
tators around the world are ,.f performance the Blue Angels !
thrilled by the 'Blue Angels' execute echelon rolls,
spectacular precision aerobatics. changeover rolls and the 'Tuck -
The maneuvers, taught every under break In the Diamond
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prospective naval aviator, are they do barrel rolls, loops,
exhibited to perfection at twice reverse Cuban eights, a tight 360-(
the speed of sound in the Phan- degree turn, the beautiful 'fleurdelis' -
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tom aircraft .awp tr- > <
breakup. and a slow pass
The original flight demon at carrier landing speeds with
stration team was organized in landing gear and flaps down.
June 1946 at NAS Jacksonville. At After each performance, while I
the time, the team was flying the the formation is reversing
Gruman F6F Hellcat, a propellor course, two Phantoms demon-
driver aircraft. The four Hellcats strate the maximum per-
performed a combat routine in formance of the plane and the
which they pretended to 'shoot precise timing and teamwork
down' a training plane painted as traditional in naval aviation.
Blue Angels Do Their Thing During Practice Session
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Published by the Holt Publishing l Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an o frt i ci al expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 28 NO. 22 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 20, 1970




: Dungarees Okayed To Miss Vote


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Wear To, From WorkJax 1 MilitarySets


In a move to update the Also falling under the categoryof
Navy and enhance its career attire is the new policy which VisitJaxMiss
appeal, several recent policy permits enlisted personnel on
changes have been implementedat authorized liberty to wear
NAS and other ComFairJax civilian clothing to<<; any meal at Military Voter Pat
commands.The the General Mess. Sergeant, a Wave seaman from
most dramatic of these the Bureau of Naval Personnel,
changes, one which affects Naval Third on the agenda of more and LCdr Charles Battaglia, the
Air Stations Jacksonville, Cecil liberal policies is the fact that Navy's representative on the
Field and Albany, was the officers and chief petty officersare DOD Voting Task Force, will
adoption of a policy which allows no longer required to log in or >fMtnM confer with local voting
sailors to wear the dungaree out with the OOD when taking : Y representatives Wednesday
working uniform off station while leave. Officers and chiefs are afternoon at 1:30: in the Hangar
traveling to and from work and now personally responsible for 1000 conference room.
during brief stops. Officers and entering the time and date of All voting officers and petty
chiefs may now wear the tropical their departure or arrival, and officers are invited to attend the
khaki long uniform to informal need only to forward the original presentation, which will feature a
off-station functions, prior to 7 leave papers to the Personnel voter education film entitled'The
p.m. as a result of the policy Office after their leave expires to First Tuesday After the First
change. ensure record entry. Monday.'
The Voting Task Force was
\ formed for the of
purpose
I' T.Y. Starlet Visits TodayJax educating military leaders on the
voting process.The force consistsof

-Want to eat lunch today in pears in television's: 'Love officers from each branch of
company of a T.V. personality? American Style,' will eat lunch in service whose duty is to tour
Galley One today before military installations and inform
Miss Phyllis Davis, who apt -
beginning a tour of the VP voters of the details of this
Complex and theNaval Hospital. privilege. LCdr.Battaglia and SN
Miss Davis will eat lunch at Sergent will be here for one day
12:45: and then visit the VP- only, and eligible Navymen are
Complex as the guest of VP-45 at encouraged to take advantage of
1:20: this afternoon. At 1:45: she this opportunity to attend their
will begin a tour of wards at the seminar.
Naval Hospital to chat with Ploy Admission Fret
patients. She's scheduled to wind I
: up her visit to the station at 2:30.: Jax Free admission is being
From Port Arthur, Texas, Miss offered to servicemen in uniformto
it Davis has appeared in over 40 see Florida's official state play
!, television roles and seven 'Cross and Sword' playing at 8:30
movies.) nightly through Saturday at the
Navy Relief CitedJax St. Augustine Amphitheater.
Wives and children of servicemen -
-- The Jacksonville are admitted as follows:
Auxiliary of the Navy Relief I Adults$2.50, Students (age 8- 18)
. t Society received a letter frorr. .
i $1.00 and children under 8 admitted -
M Navy Relief Society President, I free \
VAclm. K. S, Masterson, CHUTINO STARS The Navy's parachute team, the Chiding 'Cross and Sword' tells the
congratulating their $32,506.30 Stars, will be among the attractions at Cecil Field's Open House story of the early years of
contribution. Sunday The Stars jump at 1 p.m., followed by a 1:30 performance by struggle to colonize our nation's
He expressed his gratitude for the Seabee Drill Team from Davisville, R. (I.The Navy's famous Blue oldest city, discovered by Spain's
Miss Davis the Jacksonville area support in Angels perform at 2:00. Static displays of Navy aircraft will be Don Pedro Menendez on St
the annual fund raising drive. featured when Cecil's gates open at 11 a.m.for the general public. Augustine's Day, Aug. 28, 1565.PfIY .
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Major Pitts of the United States Air Force has done much researchon
t tye eye and has concluded that to believe your eyes while flying can J CATHOLICNAVAL
be fatal. He pointed out that pilots have seen a lot of things that did not
exist and have died. Dr. Pitts cited a simple experiment to prove
seeing is not always believing.We AIR STATION
can sit in a pitch-dark room and stare fixedly at a tiny pinpoint of Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
light for nine seconds. Suddenly, the light will take off in wild Sunday Mass 11:00:()() A.M.
gyrations. Each time you repeat the experiment, the light will per Daily Mass .. 11:30: A.M.
form the same gyrations. However, another person doing the same Saturday Confessions -
thing will experience different gyrations. Dr. Pitts concluded that the Editorial 10:30: 11:15: a.m.
solution to optical illusions is for flyers to believe the aircraft instruments
and not their own visions. NAVAL HOSPITAL
Each of us goes through life largely trusting in what we can see. It is Uniform AppearanceNeatness Sunday Mass 8 A.M.
hard for us to trust in God because we can not see Him. We do not .

worry too much about, God, well... out of sight out of mind! However, NATTC
since we see people, we worry about what they will give us for quarterly Counts! Sunday Mass 930A.M.-
marks or what sort of fitness reports will be put in our records.We Probably the last time you heard that phrase was back In grade Bldg. 500
worry about whether our seniors will approve of our actions. This school. But, today, when you are in uniform, the remark is still valid.It .
sort of spiritual optical illusion can be spiritually fatal. Some blind is especially true in the summertime, because summertimemeans
persons have more sight than the physically fit simply because they exposure. The exposure we are talking about has nothing to do PROTESTANTNAVAL
see the really important things of life with their spiritualeyes.Perhaps with sun tans or beaches. In our summer uniforms lightweight,
we have not considered whether we have spiritual eyes. While we are easier to wrinkle and get dirty-we are exposed to the public.A HOSPITAL
in church we can not see our Lord with physical eyes but spiritualeyes sloppy looking soldier, a sailor in stained, ragged whites, an Sunday Worship- 10 A.M.
go by the instruments (BIBLE) and believe. For the instrument airman with dirty brass or a Marine with unshined shoes do more than
(BIBLE) says that 'Where two or three are gathered together in my discredit themselves as individuals. The Army, the Navy, the Air NAVAL AIR STATION
name, I am there' (Matthew 18:20)It : ) Force and the Marine Corps all get a black eye. Sunday
would be well for each one of us to check this instrument in orderto Neatness and proper maintenance and wear of the uniform are Holy Communion 8:30:
ascertain whether we should believe what we see. If we do not see really no more than habits habits of sensible men and women. A.M. Bldg. 750
God as the most important part of living, then we are spiritually blind. Most military men and women are as careful of their personal ape Church School (all ages)
Eternity has already begun for each one of us and the most important perance on-base as when they go into town. They familiarize themselves 9A.M.
part of eternity is right now.The Bible says that each one of us will see with local uniform regulations and dress accordingly. They Junior Church (Nursery-
some day what life is all about. For example, the rich man died and replace items of issue before they are fit only for the trash can. grade 6)) 10 A.M.
went to his eternal home (hell).When he arrived, he lifted (opened) up Take a look in the mirror. Would you pass muster? Divine Worship Service-
his eyes for the very first time. 10 A.M. Bldg. 750

Seeing is not believing unless you have checked the instrument Junior Youth Fellowship
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(BIBLE) and found that what you see is true. The Bible says, 'For all ", '' I IJiIWi; II'rlil'i' ;: : llli 'i ''I 1 P.M. Bldg. 722
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have sinned and come short of what God wants us to be' (Romans :' !:I:'!il!IM! l 11111111 I .i i I'lil'liII'I !I_III ill 1.I III iii lliilll'li'!'T"1': ;;" 1 1IIMli Senior Youth Fellowship
3:23)).Therefore if ourselves sinners I" I I I, I"" 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
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we see as need of God then we il, Ii 1"" 111/111/ I I ; ,/, ,,'11m/I'/ ''ijij'' '
can believe what we are seeing because that is how the instrumentsays. ''I'',Ii''" ,,11' I I"i'/'"' ''I I ,, 11111
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PIRATE COVE INN USO CLUBS vice 7 P.M.


Tonight through Sunday the Denny Times will be back at Thursday i

J Pirates Cove will feature music the USO Saturday evening for Senior Choir Rehearsal -
by Ronnie and the Soul Society. your enjoyment, and the Sun.day's 7 P.M. Bldg. 750
and Lorenzo's Soul Treatmentwill Vesper Service and

be appearing here Monday refreshments are sponsored by 1NATTC
The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different evening. The Camelots will Friends of USO. The free feature
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows:
is entitled'I Divine
the entertainment movie evening
provide Sunday
Worship 12 P.M.
breakfast to 7:30 dinner 11
a.m. a.m.; a.m. to 1 p.m. and supper, 4 p.m. to
5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.; Tuesday night, and on Wed- Saw What You Did.' Each Bldg. 500Evening
dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m.; supper 5:00 p.m. to 4:15.: Both Dining halls observe nesday the Messengers of the Tuesday is Game Night, Worship-6 P.M.
the same hours on week.endslnd holidays: breakfast 4:30 to .
early : a.m.
1:30 a.m.; brunch V:30: a.m.to 12:30: p.m.; and supper.4 p.m.to5:30: p.m. Masses are scheduled to return to featuring games of your choice. Bldg. 500
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 the club with more music.ACEYDEUCEYCLUB.
:rents dinner and brunch for 45 cents and supper for 50 cent. OFFICERS CLUB

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Tonight is Beefeaters Night at
Friday,August ,
Tuesday August
the club and tomorrow evening'sHappy

BREAKFAST- Oatmeal, Ham BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Eggsto Mel Gaden and his Lazy Rhythm Hour is scheduled for 4 to "Your anything wife from says her.you" can'tkeep
Omelet Deep Fried Fish Portions, Order, Hot Griddle Cakes, Baked Girls are scheduled to appearat 6:30.: There will be dining and "She's mistaken.: 1 have a
Hash Brown Potatoes, Raisin Rolls. Sausage Patties, Cinnamon Rolls.
DINNER Cream of Tomato Soup. DINNER .. French Onion Soup, the club tomorrow night, and dancing to the music of Johnny quarter inside the lining of my
Oven Roast Veal, Gravy, Mashed Roast Turkey, Natural Gravy, on Saturday there will be music Jelinek on Saturday, and on vest at this very moment"One
Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beans, Mashed Potatoes, Corn Bread by the Four of Clubs. Tuesday is Sunday there'sacocktailhourandthe
Spice Cake, Butter Cream Icing. Dressing, Buttered Fresh Frozen 'Old Milwaukee Night' at the Sunday Buffet. Bridge is difference between working -
SUPPER Turkey A La King, Broccoli, Pie, and for
Pumpkin Whipped scheduled for at for money marrying
Monday
Acey Deucey an evening morning
Buttered Egg Noodles, Broccoli Topping. ,
it is that working keeps enslaved -
Polonaise, Baking Powder Biscuits, SUPPER Beef Pot Pie with enhanced by Gay Nineties 10, and Tuesday's feature is a only 40 hours a week.you
Chocolate Pudding, Whipped Topping. Biscuit Topping, Buttered Egg costumes and music by Jim Ceiling Zero Happy Hour.
Noodles, French Fried Cauliflower, Mann and the Goodtimers.

Cups.Southern Styled Greens, Ice Cream Happy Hours are planned for HOLDING A SHARf, OF YOUR FU1UREJAX
August
Saturday each Wednesday afternoon from

EARLY BREAKFAST. Hot Grits, 4:30: to 6, and on Thursday
Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes, Broiled Wednesday,August 24 evening there will be a cocktail
Bacon Slices, Cake Doughnuts. hour only from 7 to 9.
BRUNCH .. Barbecued Beef, BREAKFAST Farina, Eggs to
French Fried Potatoes, Buttered Order,French Toast, Deep Fried Fish
Fresh Frozen Mixed Vegetables, Portions, H. Brown Potatoes, Praline
Peach Crisp.SUPPER Rolls. l 0 KDS h
Grilled Pork Chops, DINNER. Cream of Potato Soup, CPOCLUBTomorrow r
Onion Gravy, O'Brien Potatoes, Yankee Pot Roast, Vegetable Gravy,
Seasoned Succotash, Raisin Nut Rice Pilaff, Buttered Green Peas, evening enjoy
Cupcakes. Pineapple Pie.SUPPER .. dancing to Phil Cay and the
Savory Chicken, .
Chicken Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Chantels, and Mel Gaden on
Black-eye Peas, Buttered Fresh Saturday night. The Four of
Sunday,August 23 Frozen Mixed Vegetables, ApplesauceCake Clubs will be on stage. Saturday
.
Fluffy Icing.Thursday
EARLY BREAKFAST .. Hot night. AIR 1VEWSi
. Farina, Eggs toOrderFrench Toast, ,August 27
i Grilled Ham Slices, Iced Bear Claws.
BRUNCH .. Grilled Cheese and BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Eggsto FRA BRANCH 91
( Bacon Sandwiches, Potato Chips, Hot Order, Pineapple Hot Cakes, JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian
r' Baked Beans, Ice Cream Cups. Broiled Bacon Slices, Raised distributed each Enterprise Newspaper
SUPPER Spanish Steaks, Mashed Doughnuts. This evening's shuffleboard Thursday at'the U'SW \ol Air Station
Potatoes, Buttered Peas and Carrots, DINNER Chicken Rice Soup, tournament will get underway at Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Polishing Company a
Blueberry Pie. Salisbury Steak, Brown Onion Gravy, 7:30: and tomorrow night there private firm All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS
Hashed Brown Potatoes, Beets In must be forwarded
with Red Edwards to the
will be a dance Public Affairs
Office Box > NAS
Orange Sauce, Buttered Green Beans, Jacksonville '
Apricot Crisp.SUPPER and the Altones beginningat items by 12:00,noon On Monday before publication. News
Monday,August 24 .. Grilled Beef Liver, Chile 8:30.: are welcomed from all lources- Telephone 772.3118 or
Macaroni, Lyonnalse Potatoes, FRA is holding a carnival 3119.
BREAKFAST. Hot Grits, Eggs to Scalloped Corn, Devils Food Cake,
Order, Minced Beef on Toast, Hash Chocolate Fudge Icing. Saturday beginning at 10 a.m., Advertisements
Brown Potatoes, Cake Doughnuts. with food, games, prizes and are solicited by the publisher and queries
DINNER .. Beef Rice Soup, f'LIIf' YOUR (CH"'! drinks. Both young and old are concerning such should be directed to:
Breaded Veal Cutlets, Brown Gravy, QI attend. Jim Mann and
invited to THE
Mashed Potatoes, Boiled Pinto Beans, HOLT PUBLISHING
COMPANY
Buttered Fresh Frozen Vegetables, the Goodtimers will be appearingat 4747 San Juan,
Peanut Butter Cake, Butter Cream fl: the club Sunday night. Each Ave., Jacksonville, Fla, 32210
Icing. Tuesday is Game Night. Telephone 383.2755
SUPPER Baked Lasagna, Pizza each -
served
Delicious meals are
Pie, Cuban Bread, Buttered Brussel VOL. 28 N0
Sprouts, Fruit Gelatin, Whipped Thursday through Sunday at 22 AUGUST 20, 1970
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f;; I..ftf,.'" .< ,,':{ ,'.,1,. q:.: Cdr. McKellor New CO of CVWCdr. -; ;j

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Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Aviation Cadet training program. executive officer.In .
has assumed command of Cecil lie was commissioned a Naval December, 1966, Cdr.
tk based Attack Carrier Air Wing Aviator in December, 1950. McKellar assumed command of
t Eight now embarked on the In March, 1954, he reported to the squadron and was com-
,. carrier Shangri-La. NAS Corpus Christi, Tex., wherehe manding officer until January,
As Commander of the Air joined the Blue Angels flight 1968. He then reported to
Group (CAG), Cdr. McKellar will demonstration team. He per Washington, D.C., for duty in the
.f ,' I be the overall coordinator of the formed as solo pilot in more than office of the chief of naval
1 1'(" M activities of the squadrons that 220 flight demonstrations flying material
comprise the air wing.Some 1,000 F9F 'Cougar' jets. In January, 1969, he attended
personnel and 75 aircraft are In August, 1965, he was transferred San Diego State College. He was
.,,', involved.He from the staff of Com awarded a B.A. in business a
said that the five squadronsand mander, Naval Air Force, U.S. year later. In June, 1970, he
+ three detachments in CVW8 Pacific Fleet, and reported to relieved Capt. 'Stolly' Stollen-
d are 'so professionally oriented, it VA-125 as training officer. In werck as 'CAG' on the ShangriLa. -
makes my job easy.' He said that 1965, he reported to VA-192 as .

he feels very fortunate to have ., ---_....'> ..._-- ,. -
Be r the job of CAG. 'It has to be the

PHOTO LAB FLAO-The Naval Aviation Engineering Service Unit best flying job in the fleet,' he
(NAESU) Cecil Field branch recently presented an American flag noted.
and Navy flag to the Fleet Air Photo Lab Cecil detachment. CWO.2 J. Cdr. McKellar entered the
Lutes NAESU coordination officer at Cecil and NAESU engineer John Navy in June 1949 through the
Barnwell present the flags to PH1 H. N. Williams of the photo lab. The
flags will be used in the portrait studio of the photo lab to provide
additional settings for a variety of official photographs. DANCINGfeaturing 4 rS'b: ;/ .
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Cecil NWCA NewsN.W.C.A. THE 49'S

EVERYTHURSDAY9pm

Cecil Field 121 the, meeting in September.A till am

recently sponsored'Why I Love 'Fiesta will be held at Lake 1
America' theme for Cub Scout HAPPY HOUR
Newman on Friday, August 21st 4 S
Pack 216. Dean Christensen, son for members and husbands. featuring
of ADJC and Mrs. Damon
Dell Forrest'sDIXIELAND
Christensen, of 5146' McManus
Drive, will receive a complete ARC Volunteers CDR.MCKELLARGovftimiMt
American flag kit, as winner.
Novelty Christmas EVERY SATURDAY3pm
Cited Cecil
decorations, knit and crocheted at till pm Ptrsomid Mutual
items,doll clothes, and other gift-
type items are needed for the American Red Cross Volunteer Life lisuraNct
forthcoming Christmas bazaar to capping and recognition Company
be held in early December.The ceremony was held at NAS Cecil
social-educational meetingfor Field Chapel Aug. 12 at 10:30: a.m. 'specialist in service to the military'
members of Cecil Field 121
will be held at the chapel at 9:30: Receiving caps were Shirley D JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVES:
a.m., august 25. Paine and Margaret Huntsinger. 1 JIM RICHARDSON FRANK RORIE
Members reminded that Kathy McLinn received a cap for
designs for a are guard for Southeastare adult y lunteer. Cdr. USN (Ret,) MCPQ USN (Ret) ,
11659 Jonathan Rd.
5825 Jaguar Dr. W.
Council,are to be brought to Red Cross Youth Volunteershas
been a pilot program at Cecil Jacksonville 32225 Jacksonville 32205
this past summer. Girls 16 years ROUTE 17( Tel: 724.6833 Tel: 771.7511
PARK, FLA.
ORANGE
14 POOL TAIIES2IARS and older work at the dispensaryand
at the station library.A .

100 MIRRORS & PAINTINGSJAX'S thank you goes to Blair
LARGEST LOUNGE Murray and Alice Kyle for their

MEET ME AT hours as youth volunteers. NORMANDY
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IT SWINGS I Officer, Dr. Rodriguez, Mr. C. G. ..
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I Of A Century Passes Since Japan Surrendered I


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Corregidor to Okinawa and backto the European theater. ,,"',..,,.7.!' d'j ."',.; ("t',-/.r/' :t. \' Corregidor the Pacific War The U. S. would try, it was ',.I. ,".', ;I jIJ.,,<,,1 ,'':'- $.f..I ,, ':).Y."t'... i.Y'v.; K vo q
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Navy fleets regain Japan, }.. ;1/E/ ',.:'i/;'!"' }, :.t i 1
territory. It all ended 25 .years U. S. Pacific operations would be I' ''.'\.'",l, rto ".\.,.,. ."' .
,\ ago on September 2 In Tokyo Bayon 'to facilitate the effort againstthe (' "',(t rN. ,. 'r'",.f! :" I
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board the USS Missouri with a European "''t ;.; ',.
simple ceremony. There were three reasons for ; \. ':...:\' ";;; \ :' .;:', ., '

this decision: J., .., n',,n'Ji, ...., : iIt
Allied War Strategy had a far greater :>.::1>' <\ : w
-Germany ',. ; "If- ; ; A'" r.L--
I Because World War II was a military potential than Japan; .,:ff". ::: 1.i,:; ::: ',>>'. ', i;' :!"'/ 0 I I
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controlled .' ')<< Y" {< ., .fi "
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strategies that went into its amost the entire Atlantic coast > i ,".,iir ":' :;. ;, .%:' .
and threatened the ericas; '-ft" :,1':, 1n
progress required close coordination !t" t '
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powers. -England was already. hting '",
I The basic agreement for Anglo- Germany and could be assisted t., .. .
American cooperation, called the Immediately.One ,:;'. ". ." ':4a .;
I ABC-1 Staff Agreement, and the of the Washington '3 '
basic agreement to 'beat Hitler agreements went into effect !" ,'. .,'e 1'\
first'came from a secret meeting immediately that the U. S..Navy ,,, \) fAI1j/I// ;k '
i among the U.S.Navy and Army, would share responsibility for "O{: "
r and the Royal Navy and Air escorting trans-Atlantic convoysas 'JI 'V t" "'
i. Force in Washington, In January soon as the Atlantic Fleet r.RR ," '
% !
:' 1941. could do so. To coordinate this, iy
... Long deliberations producedthe Adm. Ernest J. King became
agreement of March 27, 1941, Commander In Chief, U. S.
which provided that the principleU. Atlantic Fleet In February 1941.
.S.military effort, provided the In the Pacific, the Cnmm.n
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I I A Treaty Is Signed; M ? rpo. d, rpAa


S A Conflict Is Ended q
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S ______ of these men, their military experiences not shared by others.On L )N ha r b ?''i 55 kd aY2 br 5 ','S bytY
training and experience have this 25th Anniversary of the
affected them for the creeds, end of World War II,the veterans
ideologies, and experiences of of that conflict can reflect with
I military service are usually special pride in their service to
impressionable and long-lasting. their country}
World War II in size and
3piWWII scope 'At Four Minutes
cost was the single biggest effort After Nine,
the nation had made. In all
ever It Was All Over'
BOMBERS Within a 16,353,659 men and women servedin
The battleship Missouri (BB-
month after the battle of the the armed forces during the ,
63)) was a fitting place for the R
Coral Sea, U. S. Navy air power war years; 11,260,000 in the formal signing of the Potsdam
again demonstrated the vital partit Army; 4,183,466 in the Navy; Declaration ending the Second
played in the war. These Navy'Dauntless' 669,100 in the Marines and 241,093in World War twenty five years
dive bombers the Coast Guard. .
are
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ago
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On August 27, elements of the
military service tend to bind
a burning Japanese ship.
U. S. Third Fleet after being
veterans together with bonds ofSEPT
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b moved into Sagami Bay south-
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personnel landed at the Yokosuka .
Naval Base.
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Washington on Dec. 7, 1941 was
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Mad Foxes on Patrol



Training, Is Key to ASW Readiness


Jax Anti-submarine warfare is a silent war with a hidden enemy The contestis

waged in a vast ocean battlefield where the submarine is able to lurk undetected

beneath trackless depths while ASW forces must combat natural

barriers of sight and sound to reveal the enemy.

ASW as it is is
today
a ficient and deadly sub-hunter, P-3 The tactical coordinator
peacetime mission to protect sea Orion. (TACCO) directs the entire
lanes from the threat of an in- exercise assisted by his

creasingly more modern and The Orion is equipped with the navigator and sensor operators,

effective submarine. Supporting latest in ASW sensors which while,the pilot, co-pilot and flight
this mission, Patrol SquadronFive provide a sense of touch, sight, engineer are responsible for the
is a squadron on constant smell, memory, hearing and a safety of the plane as they fly the
alert in many parts of the world. 'sixth sense' in hunting down its mission.On .

'MAD PATROL' The P-3 Orion maintains a daily vigilance over Its jobis to detect,identify.locate, prey. Its powerful radar can a training patrol the crew
vast ocean stretches, constantly alert for submarines. track and if necessarytodestroy expose submarines at a great is assigned a 'problem' by
submarines using the fast distance and is also used for operational control headquarters. -

w- ---- navigation. 'Sniffer the Orion's Sometimes the problem is a
sense of smell, is a device that real submarine or a simulatedone

a , .engine exhaust from a snorkeling The crew must find this
submarine by sampling air 'enemy' visually and with radar,
..,,..,, s tip' through intakes in the top of the Sniffer and electronic coun-
,. S yor Cameras Orion
fuselage giving termeasures.
its memory, are mounted on the Sonobuoys are dropped at
; underside of the fuselage to take intervals along a selected path to

pictures day or night. pick up signals while the sensor

Electronic coun'termeasurersreceivers operators listen. Each buoy is
marked with a smoke light, so
act as a sixth-sense in
that the pilot can easily ,retrace
detecting electronic signals from
sub and point the his path.
an enemy way
When the submarine is
con-
to its location. Also the magnetic
tacted and identified the tracking
anomaly detector or MAD gear
stage begins. The pilot retraceshis
(from which the Mad Fox
squadron derives its name) feels original flight pattern as.'active' 0
buoys are dropped in
out disturbances in the earth'smagnetic
ii, field caused by a sub's closely spaced patterns.
Like a minature radar these
READY AT THE CONTROLS presence. send out intermittent
% buoys
Co-pilot Lt. fig| ) Ron Taylor n k
g d f Sonobuoys are miniature radio signals which, when echoed off a
takes over ,as pilot on a short receivers and transmitters submarine, are recorded by the
training mission. Throughout the dropped into the water to listen underwater microphones and
MISSION CONTROL Lt.
exercise he must prove his abilityto for submarines.They will float on transmitted to the sensor
put the Orion through its Greg Moore, tactical coor-
paces the surface while a small operators. Another method to
while (at right) student tactical dinator, familiarizes his crew
microphone will pick up any create noise is to drop practice
with their mission during a pre-
coordinator Lt. (Ig| ) Bob Nolan
sounds from sub- which in
a moving depth charges explode
hl flight briefing. Their mission is
directs the tactical situation at A'w
marine to receiver the noise enables the
transmitting water. The
hand, using a visual plot as his assigned by operation control
antennas mounted the to tell how
I on un- sensor operators near
t i guide. Crewmembers art In headquarters and throughout the
derside of the aircraft. the submarine is.
(Might crewman John Curry,
constant training to test their Although ASW is a'cold-war'it As the pilot circles the Orion
radio operator, keeps in touch
ability to handle any problem as is serious business because of the
with headquarters either by voice closer to the suspected area, the
a team. communications or with growing threat of nuclear sub- MAD gear is brought into play to

teletyped messages. marines. According to a VP-5 pin-point the submarine's exact
flight officer 'detection is more location. Located in the Orion's
Take Your Babyto difficult today than it was 20 tail 'stinger,' the small MAD coil
M7A + years ago with diesel submarines can feel the magnetic presence of

.... and readiness is an important the submarine.
factor in keeping ahead of this The MAD trapping circle is

threat drawn tighter around the sub
a SpecialistWE The Mad Foxes keep 'in trim' marine and the MAD operator

by conducting daily patrols in a gains contact. A simulated 'kill'
MAINTAIN IT regular ASW training area off the is made with practice weaponryand
WITH LOVING CARE Florida coast. In the words of one the crew gains points which
TOM lUSH Volbwigen Story I Photos by crewman, finding a sub is more add up toward their overall

like 'looking for a needle in a, operational readiness score.

Ref/fJI1jf s9tut, Jo2 Clidy Freeala8S ,huge haystack', and they may 'Training never stops.. it is an
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The typical mission is an TACCO must train his crew,
PREMIUM///I ;? SALE exercise in problem solving to normally consisting of about 12

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/ENE AL FIBERGLASS-BELTED work together as a team. before they can perform well on

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Civilian employees of
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EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH Lila B. Chester receives I trophy are available for Rigger,
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Officer,for her selection'Employee of the Month'Galley 3. She is 20; Inspector (Gages), MPB 86-' CLAYTON REVELS
the Military Base Management's first selectee for this honor since 70, first cut Aug. 24; Inspector
their n..w contract went into effect.Youths'Atfe (Gages), MPB 87-80, first cut SELLS 117 ....
Aug. 24; Supervisory Supply
Technician, GS-2005-7, MPB 88. ..AT TREMENDOUS
Evaluated 70,closing date Aug.27; and Card
Punch Supervisor, GS-356.4, SAVINGS'z'r
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I .* .it.* MPB 89-70, date of first cut Aug. .

a On Summer EffortsJax 27. .:.:'

| Spot SaleJax I .
A number of youths Fugate, Ethel Gardner, Johnny
employed here for the summer Hagans, Robert S. Hardenbrock, A government surplus
have received evaluations for Kenneth W Jones and Vivian J. property spot bid sale will be held
. their work from their supervisors Lewis. Also, Roy L. Mathis, at 8 a.m. Wednesday, by the
Byron McGruder, Brenda J. Disposal Division, NAS
Six NARF summer aids McQueen, Alma Pender, Elsie Jacksonville, located about 1
received the highest rating. The Pender, Selia M. Preshia, miles south of the Main Gate.
'outstanding' employees are Charles E. Smith, Tanya T. Items applicable to the sale are
Cleveland Clinch, Joyce Marie Telfiar, Rawn J. White and located at disposal yards here
Grover, Michael L. Johnson,, Bertram A. Wilbert. and at Cecil Field. Inspection of
Mary Jones, Eric A. Moore and Two summer aids employed at the property is invited.
Delorise Patterson. the Hospital, Ardie D. Damon Military and civilian DOD CHECK THESEVALU
A combination of 'outstanding'and and Carrie Parker, were rated personnel are invited to participate
'above average' ratings were both 'outstanding' and 'above except persons under 21 5:
awarded to NARF aids Josephine average' in their work by their years of age and thosewhoseduties
E.Bell, Gloria E.Elps,Wanda L. supervis, ors.Vi include responsibilities for or
.r within the Disposal Programs AAfN Cuda 6-Pack y,,

CSC Reviews Automatic transmission, console, bucket teats, power disc
brakes, rally road wheels, wide, wide tires. This Is the HOT,
BIN Jones Piano Studio HOT, HOT One.. $3697

lias CasesJax ,t 70 Cuda 340
Phone: 3887233 or 389 7044 '
4-speed transmission, console, white bucket seats, rally road '
The U. S. Civil Service 1 (JUST5 MIN FROM NAS) wheels and collapsible spare, Toro Red'Only) ...$3297
Commission has warned agencies .y 42080XFORD AVENUE INOLDORTEGAVILLAGE
against unnecessarily long 70 Cuda 383
delays in the adjudication of -- 4-barrel, automatic' transmission, power steering, air con
equal employment opportunity ditioned, blue bucket seats.
complaint cases. Honda V70' Road Runner "Superblrd"
Welcome to the World of
Failure to process these cases 440 Six Pack Loaded 111..Including 4-speed track-pak, power
disc brakes, tach, rally road'wheels with F-60 x 15 tires. Toro
expeditiously creates a negative Red with Black vinyl roof and really HOTI Originally, priced at
image of the Federal govern- See i Go For a Test Ride :.; $4'7M Now Only ..,.$3997
ment's efforts in equal em-
ployment opportunity and On the All New '70 Road Runner 383

negates the progress made under HONDAFROM Barrel l carb, 4-speed transmission, Vitamin C and equipped
affirmative program activities, 50'TO 75 O'SAVAILABLE JUST RIGHT! only.. $2897
the commission said. J '70 Road Runner 383

'The Federal government as an All New CL-IOO' 2-Door Hardtop, 4-barrel carb, automatic transmission, power
employer cannot afford to lose IN NORTH FLORIDA AT OUR.. steering, radio and heater., ..$3197
the confidence of significant ALL NEW HEADQUARTERSWITH '70 Road Runner Only.
segments of the population 2-Door Hardtop,440 Six Pack. Equipped? You name It, this one's
COMPLETE
because some agencies are SERVICE DEPT. got Itl I Toro Red with black bucket seats Only.... $3997

delinquent discrimination complaints in resolving filed HONDA & BMWof (Six) '70 Duster 340's
4 Barrel carbs., Six In Stock, Equipped and READY!I From I
by Federal employees and job
applicants,' it was emphasized.To North Florida .$26977
clear up the backlog of
overdue EEO complaints and 6123 Philips Highway Phone 398-M11 or 398-4200

restore the complaint workloadto -
a current basis, the com
\
mission will review all cases AIIICONDITIORIDROADIlUNNIIII
which are more than 120 days old.
The failure of an agency to ad-
judicate a case-within 120 days ..... COMPLEX
will be considered as a request to I?; BEAUTY mom IN ,STOCK.
,, 4.,
the commission to assume y' <:,<:"r- <
jurisdiction and provide }./ CARE rt "
,, assistance on a reimbursable 1:,

basis.A hearing. will be immediately ,..'If1' HIGH
ft' Performance
scheduled and an appeals ,J. {
examiner assigned where the I Phone
r complainant's request for a
hearing has not been promptly HAIR STYLIST53UJAMMESRD. 772-9687 Headquarters is...
processed by the agency, the
commission stated. .at, 103rd 1(.

STYLED TO YOU' 6324103rd St.
; Smart Investment ; Not You To Fit The Style In Grant Shopping Plaza CLAYTON REVELS '.. ,

: If you invest in Series H OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENTSNOALWAYS j
current income Savings APPOINTMENTPH.
receive icml-an- CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC.
Bonds you'll NECESSARY
772-0733
ual interest checks in guaranteed -
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Cecil Sports By DTC J.D. Brewster ,


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y'"fir' e 7
'> Congratulations to the 'Golden dashed cold water on any hopes to be represented this season, call
" Warriors' of VA-87 who capturedthe Cecil Field had of moving up to the athletic director at ext. 498 .
ComFAirJax championshiplast the finals through the losers 'times awastin't!
week. bracket.
BOWLING
Rich Stilley of the victorious Raider batting averages:
VA-87 nine presented me with a Newman, .600; Baylor, .500; National League: Although
well done crow and suggested I Harris, .384; Masterson.333; suffering the humiliation of
eat it. (Before the tournament Linkenfelter, .306; Zerrilo250; losing a game to a team bowling :
commenced I picked the Jackson, .250; Falcon, .143; Bliss, with two blinds, Sam DelVec-
'Hellrazors' to take it am.) .125; Johnson, 076; Denno. 000; chio's fine Admin team continuesto
Rich has requested that the Hardee, .000; and Doole, .000. lead the league. Macaffie
following be printed: Bliss won two games and ((543)), Miller ((532)) and Harberts NEW STRIPES-Promoted to their present rink during a barracks
'Despite the pessimistic predictions of our illustrious, nament. He was particularly Standings: W.Wiggs,James S.Clayton,John D. Purswell,Joseph H. O'Quinn and
(Rich is not noted for his accuracy effective in the Raider rout of Admin 69.23 Bruce W. Schneider (not shown). Presenting the warrants was Mal.|
when holding a pen) Atlanta, giving up but three hits VA074 No. 1 KVt-UVt W. R. Bowers, commanding officer of Cecil Marine Barracks.
ancient Cecil Field sports 'ex- and striking out 11 batters. Don Dental 55.33
FOUR MORE-SD3 Adriano L.
pert; VA-87 behind the untiring Doole absorbed the other loss. VA-72 47-33 trM p,
VA-83 40-39 e Tatlongharl of VA-43 reenlistedfor
s
right arm of 'Rapid' Ray When the time for augmen-
46-42
Medical d, w a peiod of four years.This was
the Com- tation rolled around, the
Meadows 45.47AMD
captured Operations his third reenlistment Cdr. A. H.
FAirJax Softball championshiprather champion Jax Fliers invited 41-43
and Harris to VA-174 No.2 32-55 Gonzalez commanding officer of
handily. A little salt with Jackson accompany -
NAMTDN0.1 27.52 # VA-45, held the reenlistment
your crow J.D.?' Comment: Like them to the Regionalsat "
pass the condiments, man! Charleston. Due to prior American League: LOST: One ceremony.1
Jim Lee's Cecil Field Raiders commitments, both men small league secretary an-
split in four games during the reluctantly declined the in swering to the name of the ( CLIPPER/ .S/LVE/L/NE/ / /
recent '6ND softball tourney. vitation. Mighty Midget. If found, remind CRAFt
Following their opening day FOOTBALLTen him that his many fans have q 'r u
:
\ MERCRUISER
whitewashing at the hands of teams have already entered made inquiries concerning the
Memphis the Raiders bounced the intramural touch dearth of news concerning his 'I STERNDRIVES
back to down Atlanta 15-0 and football league .for the 1970 keglers. MERCURY
NCTC Pensacola 4-1. Albany season. The season gets Underway p----------. 1" OUTBOARDS'
, nipped the Raiders 2.1, and on Monday. If you desire CLOSEOUT I I PHONI I '," ..; =-" .,'

r 60x125-2 BEDROOMS I I EXPERT '
Choice of 7 from L1- I REPAIR 1
: e [! a SHOP
Bob's Oak Hill MODERN$4195 to $5995 I I I TRAINED FACTORY :<

1141.12SIJACKSONVILLE. KING IT I MECHANICS
OLD ENGLISH I
. Pure Service Center MEDITERRANEAN I FLA. sxa04WANTED I :
Cash TaU At
I I 264.9835
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.; Open for your convenience 6 a.m 10 !"+m. II USED CAMERAS AND : INLET MARINE
;; EQUIPMENT. WE PAY

::. rod sir vie t- pick up t delivery, ,. I'.(. I TOP DOLLAR 388-8535 : Sales ft Service

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Us help you plan your vacation.We Offer:

N; NIGHT COACHES FAMILY PLANS
s YOUTH FARES EXCURSION We have 6 (yes six) swimming pools. 0 And 2045 Jammes Rd.,Jacksonville Fla.
FARES 2 tennis courts D Plus shuffleboard and bad ,,,,,, Phone:781.3818
} minton 0 With congenial young neighbors to _. RENTING HOURS:
help enjoy them. 0 All only one block from 2 .. ."' Mon.Thru Sat.:8.30-6:30: ( : ; Sun. 1.6:30
golf and an elementary school-with other > p DIRECTIONS: Roosevelt Blvd.,
: AIRLINETICKET schools, shopping centers and boating min- r
turn right on San Juan-Continue past
I) utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the ..- i Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
OFFICE Naval Air Station in 10 minutes; downtown -turn left to apartments.
Jacksonville in'15. 0 Apartments have indi _
(JAMTO) controlled
vidually heating and air conditioning ...
carpeting, draperies, and sliding glass .; ;
3 Locations to Serve You door to courtyard or balcony. 0 And you can RLEN .,
NAS JAX: Bldg. 13 Main Gate Ext. 3553 or 387.2811 move into a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment today.
,. HOURS: 0745 1700 Monday thru Friday Furnished or unfurnished. $H-f C .I.L,,_.. WooTGARDEN >
NAS CECIL: Finance Office, Phone 771-3211, Ext. 8122 FROM I .. APARTMENTS
0800.1500
MAYPORTi Building 24, Phone 246.7496 JACKSONVILLE IS W ARLEN COUNTRYOwned

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HOLTPUBLISHINGCOMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Publisher Call: 388-2755 MOVIE SCHEDULER J Jill


JAX AIR NEWS Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday/

NAS Jacksonville ; for publication the following Thursday. Ads ..m..m. .... ..........._.... .-uu.-. .-....u- -..... -.. ..m-mm.--.._. ..m._..-.. ...-..
LATWINGER arriving too late for this deadline will be I 4

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINCOFFICE published the following week unless the
publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or Thursday,August 20 Sunday,August 23 j jl I

money order for the full cost of the ad must be .
NAS: 'The First Time'starring NAS'True Grit' starring John I
received WITH the for the ad.
4747 San Juan Avenue copy Jacqueline Bisset and Wes Stern Wayne and Kim Darby Color
RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) 12.00
Jacksonville, Florida Cents Color comedy drama. 'GP' G. ((90 western. 'G' E. ((128 mitt)
Per additional line (4 words per line) SO
mins.) Hospital:'Castle Keep'Monday

Hospital: 'The Molly Maguires'
starring Richard Harris and Sean
Connery.Color drama. 'GP'V. G. ,August 24
WASH AND PAINT BEING TRANSFERREDMust
.
"'"
EMPLOYMENT; . Interior and exterior painting. Ph. 264- sell! 3BR., I'/jB.' Bit-In stove & (123 mins.)
NAS: 'Lady in Cement'starring
2613. oven, screened patio, fenced yard,
carport,1 block to schools,low equity, 21 Frank Sinatra and
Friday,August
monthly payments $100 Including Raquel Welch. Color drama. 'R'
SERVICE WIVES 49 CON THEATRETTE ORGAN taxes & Insurance. 7710650. mins.
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS with Rhythm unit, 9 months old, will NAS'Those: Daring Young V. G. (90 )
Jobfinders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or take small piano or organ as equity. Men In Their Jaunty Jalopies' Hospital: 'True Grit'Tuesday
1022 Park Street, 354.7888. 356.4492. PINK BRICK HOUSE
2415 McCarty Dr. 3BR., 2B., Attached starring Tony Curtis and Terry
Garage, Cent. H&A., Paneled Den, Thomas. Color comedy. 'G' G. ,August 25
FOR SALE
HELP WANTED Fenced back yard, Lots of shrubs. $94
mins.
(122 )
Typlstaccurate, 75 wpm on electric Four poster twin box springs. Coffee Modest
mo. equity. Assume 5Vi
machine, also general office work, no table.. B & W TV Console. 23 Inch. Call percent mortgage7813243. Hospital: 'The First Time' NAS: 'The Sterile Cuckoo'
boring routine. $2 per hr. or more 384 1194. starring Lisa Minelli and Wendall

depending on ability. Holt, 387-3566, Saturday,August 22 Burton. Color comedy drama. -

for Interview. ':::9 11: 1: iij i m ., 'GP' E. ((108 mins.)
ANTIQUE PIANO
NAS: 'Castle Keep' starring Hospital: 'Lady in Cement'
PART TIME MALE HELP Klngsbury, $85 or best offer. 3841065.
Nights, Sat. & Sun. Hard work. $1.65 Burt Lancaster and Patrick
per hr. Call between 5:30: p.m.&7 p.m. FOR RENT O'Neal. Color war drama. 'R' V. Wednesday,August 26
3534641. Very nice 4BR Home, 2B., Fam. Rm., mins.
G. (105 )
AKC REG'. BLACK POODLES Beaut. bit-In Kit., ww carpet &
Pedigree furnished. 5 weeks old. Male drapes. Vz block to ocean. Jax Beach, Hospital: 'Those Daring Young NAS: 'The Brain' starring
DEPENDABLE WOMAN & female. 7719028. Louise T. Bailey, Broker, 771.3605 or Men in their Jaunty Jalopies'NAS David Niven and Jean Paul
needed for babysitting & light 2468253. Matinee: 'Maltese Bippy' Belmonde. Color comedy. 'G' V.
housekeeping. Mon-Fri. Orange Park starring Dan Rowan and Dick G. ((100 mins.)
,area. Own transportation. Call 264-
ORANGE
6210. ID1.giUiG'IJI;: ; ) 2BR., Apts., Carpets, furn., Drapes.or PARK unfurn.Elizabeth, Dishwasher Martin. Color comedy (92 mins.) Hospital: 'The Sterile Cuckoo'

WANTED Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.
Lead guitar player for working 7
country western band. Call Ray 771- 2BR FURN. APT. ,4'
< 7670 after 4:30.: JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 6
Air Cond., Bit-In Elec. Kit., TV,
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
Linens, etc. ootlonal. Will rent to /yl/
trailer and Apts. 3893007. sal
-ww TAD personnel or bachelors. 5 mina to

Ir 1;1[M! j; .!2g!] :1r 1 NAS. 2645912.

MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLE
1 D
(Azalea Mobile Home Park) ''A mile
RADIO North of NAS, lots and rentals. Near 4
BE A OR
schools and shopping center. Clean,
TV ANNOUNCERRecorded ,
and reasonable rates. Manager on
by leading an.
message premises. Children and pets welcome.
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour.
6301 Roosevelt 3846264. PRIVATE PIANO TEACHER
'. 355-2944., Many years experience. Near Ortega,
!:: : MU>*TSELLI' <. Venetia, Stockton schools. 3897622. 1 4 ,.
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS 69 Plantation 12x58 2BR., Assume
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape payments. 264-4275 after. 6:30.IllIIIIg : .
players. At dealers cost to liquidate AKMwV.W, ''..,.M.WI, '..:' '. v, ,uN.L y,4.vrMi'r..k ;

stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. :::::.:"'::.;:..:,"","":......>w....."'.w.1.w..w..h.'7.: .""..l".'....">'...:....w. w'.riorw: :"...."

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AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE ,
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Auto AC., central & window units AUTOMOBILE FURNISHEDEast If VWft SATDRPAY* AW MWMC&J ANPTW0WE&JS

serviced & repaired. and West Coast 3533691. SUMMER) VACATtOM U"
Tylers Heating & Air Conditioning 'HIDDEN WATERS'
4711 Palmer (Lake Shore) Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots
1947 MUSTANG
388-5161 available. Excellent fishing, boating,
289, V-8, PS, AT, Vinyl top, low
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also, WESTSIDE
Immaculate,
mileage one-owner
WASHER AND DRYER permanent home area.: High, wooded
$1250. 7722324.
Fast repair and installation. We lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake
7812404.specialize in home service. 781-2790 or Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. VOLKSWAGEN. .INC.'
MUST SELLII I
1966 Olds Dynamic, 4Dr., HT, loaded, CARS
SELLING
FOR SALE OR RENT top mechanical con. $1250. May be USED
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your financed. NAS Ext. 3693 or 2825306.
Wilford's Fish Camp 264-9707. equity or let us rent your home.
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for
map, sales and rental 11st. Call Powellor UFT FIBERGLASS BOAT 100% GUARANTEE
, PENNYRICHBRAS Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. Rigged for offshore fishing, new
Sales or Service. 7331707. ORANGE PARK REALTY galvanized trailer &power winch. 725-
MILITARY, FREE NOTARY. 2905.

GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. 69 FORD LTD $2400Station

1925. Dogs & Cats Boarded. Wagon, Special price!
Pickup & Delivery Available.

Grooming, Deflealng& BankAmerlcard& Bathing.Mastercharg'e 69 VW Station Wagon $2250Red

accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 ;akftw4 with white top, Radio & Heater.
Edgewood Crt. 3890064.
69 DODGE Pick-Up $1950

Va Ton, long wheelbase, V-8, R & .H Ideal for camper.
PIXIEIII
OF GOINGOUT BUSINESS! 68 CAMARO $1900Super

All Tackle 40 Percent OFF I Sport, V-8, Auto trans., power steering, R&H.
FISHER'SThe

1660 Angler's Blanding Headquarters Blvd. SHOPS't 68 VW Squareback $1850R&H.

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WATERFRONT LOTS, To Serve You!! .

$3950 up. VENETIA VILLAGE THIS $1200
SHOPPING CENTER WEEK

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CAMP SITES ARLINGTON PLAZA SHORT SLEEVE ...
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REALTOR 356-6849 Sunday 1 to 6 PMI
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r; GMCM S'ack' Calls For Personal' Approach To ProblemsBy


GMCM Delbert D. Black jobs and especially toward our other people are unable, or Hospital Corpsman,Postal Clerk, interest in them and keep them
"Seven Very Costly Words' shipmates Generally, I don't feel perhaps unwilling, to establish a Commissaryman, DisbursingClerk informed and up-to-date with
we can place enough emphasis on workable rapport at the contact and Ship's Serviceman regards to their families, per-
'But we've always done it that the quality of human encountersand point with another individual.This should realize that their attitudesare sonal effects, pay, correspon-
way.' relationships in our society negativism in attitude is part of their jobs, a good dence courses and advancementexams.
I'm sure you've heard that line today. The Navy is no different.The blatantly apparent and leads to demeanor is their duty; and the .
many times during your lifetime, young sailor of today has friction, which results in the personal services they performare But for the average sailor, the
both in and out of the service. It's demonstrated maturity and a eventual poor handling of a very important to the man places he is most likely to seek
an indication that a good reasonor sense of responsibility. He is man's problem, which in turn who comes asking for them. help and attention, and where he
personal interest, or perhapsboth taught from the day he enters results in an aggravation of that Hospital patients, particularly, should receive them,are perhapsthe
is lacking in the way people recruit training the importanceof problem instead of the alleviationof should be afforded special at personnel and disbursing
perform their duties. And in the teamwork and that the Navy it. tention and care, for they are in offices, the chow line or the
end, this lack affects the way functions as a team. Therefore, Of course it is recognized that no position to look out for barber shop. Men working at
other people are treated. No one he naturally assumes that after not every rating has the opportunity themselves. Good personal these locations should be made
seeking help or information need leaving 'boot camp' he is a full- to deal directly with services can come from the aware of the importance of their
ever hear those seven costly fledged member of that team and people on a professional level. command as well as the in- professional outlook and
words. will be treated accordingly. But But people in ratings which do dividual to the man confined in a behavior. If someone comes into
Likewise, tc.Jay in the Navy, sometimes he isn't.Unfortunately have contact with others hospital bed. Commands shouldnot their office looking for help, that
there is a need for a more per- some of our specifically those in the ratings of neglect their hospitalizedmen person should be told that
sonable approach toward our people who deal directly with Personnelman, Yeoman, but should take greater someone will help them shortly, if
everyone is busy at the moment.It's .
only common courtesy, and
senior petty officers in these
positions should ensure their men
are conscious of courtesy. Don't
t_ make the man feel you're doing
him a favor. It's your respon-
.." '" sibility and part of your rating to
be helpful and courteous. And
you'll be surprised what it can do
for others.
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Traffic
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i '!!5.l ViolationsThe



: jw I following is a report of
motor vehicle accidents and
traffic violations for the period
L ) August 3.9.

Number of Accidents
This week -5.
I Total accidents this year through

Clay County SCHOOLS Serving BELLAIR August Number 9 -of 206.accidents through

I August ,1960.377.
i Total number of days since last
'C injury in a motor vehicle accident
: ; are.. .MODERN 67.
Number of Violations

::1. .a 7
PROGRESSIVE This week 12.
Speeding 13
Reckless Driving 5
1 FULLY Going through stop sign 6.
Other violations 88.

::1 Eighteen drivers apperared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
( August 13. of the
Disposition
a: ORANGE PARK JR.-SR. HIGH *11II1 1111 111111I cases included the following:
Seven lost driving and parking
I
; ''I ..a MAYPORT privileges aboard station for
,) I I II II various period; four were
/ assigned to complete an eight-
:" II 3' CECIL DOWNTOWN hour course in remedial driving;
FIELD m five received suspensions ; four
I I' + I ( were given warnings; two were
II" i1Q3rd dismissed; none were fined ,'II
St. Commissioner); and two were
referred to their commanding
officers for possible disciplinaryaction.

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Car Rentals 6 Judges aN

Return ToExchange

Take OathJax

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Jax-The Navy Exchange has Six members of the
announced it will start rentingcars Judge Advocate General (JAG)
again beginning August 26. Corps were' administered their
The company that had fur oaths as military judges August
nished the Exchange with rental r Ia' i 14 by RAdm.Lawrence Heyworth alL
cars went out of business last i Jr., commander Fleet Air
March and the service was g N Jacksonville. All of the new
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stopped on station.A 31 I judges serve at the Law Center,
well-known national firm has ; which is an integral part of the
the new contract with the exchange j1 ComFairJax establishment
and it will supply about 15 Those taking the oath included AtC James Arthur
cars initially. However, additional Capt. R. E. Lee Jr., staff judge
rental will be made ?".r I advocate from ComFairJax and A1C Arthur
available as needed. v r director of the Law Center. He is
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Potential renters of the cars also a member of the Illinois and Selected
must be 25 years old or older, i o : Florida Bars; LCdr. Charles E.
according to an exchange Pope, a member of the Illinois
spokesman. Insurance rates Bar; LCdr.James. Googe Jr., a Top AirmanJax
make the service for those under member of the Georgia Bar; Lt.
25 prohibitive the exchange David R. Tobin, a member of the AIC James A. Arthurwas
official pointed out. I Connecticut 'Bar; Lt. E. L. selected as Airman of the
The Personnel Services facilityin Duncan a member of the Texas Month for July 1970 at the 679th
the main exchange mall will Bar; and Lt. Clare B.Smiley, Jr., Radar Squadron. ...
handle rental of the cars once the a member of the Alabama Bar. He was chosen on the merits of
service begins. Military judges have been his outstanding job performance, i
required for most special courts- military bearing and behavior
,Y. martial since the Military Justice both on and off duty and his i
: ? "' << Act of 1968 became effective of i
on knowledge military subjectsand
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.,. __ ,,-.-'' ''II''I':r.u-._ _,..." ma a.+rau.v#.....,,;\'rt.t August If 1969. The qualificationsof current events. .

EOOMrs .. SIGNS FOR THREE SHC Ralph N. Hebert, assistant storage the new judges will provide Airman Arthur arrived at the
; BATH material supervisor at the Commissary Store signs the contract to add greater flexibility in the administration 679th Radar Squadron in
three years to his present 17-year Navy career. The chief was shippedover of military justice in December 1969 after completinghis
by Commissary Store Officer,CWO.2 N. G.Mina the Jacksonville area and will technical training at Kessler
allow the Law Center to be even AFB,Miss. He is now assigned as
more effective in providing legal a repairman to the Height Finder
MATSG services to the Navy. Radar Section.


JL Honors 5 .AMIRICAN CXPRISSeSTANDARD ,4'IANKAMERICAR I

.! MASTERCHAROE Credit Cards Honored

Sgt. S. J. Seehafer of the per-
; sonnel section reenlisted for six ROOSnElt MALL

years. Tuesday, Seehafer was
promoted to sergeant, honorably
y ro discharged and reenlisted by
MATSG Blanchard.CO, Lt. Col. L. E. car wash


Executive Officer, Maj. John "
C.Weare presented LCpl. RobertW. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
Jones meritorious mast for HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM
participating on the MATSG drill ,
school.team while attending AE'A' I


The commanding officer and ,
executive officer made
presentations of the MATSG
FAREWELL FIRST MSOT. H. D. Stern, acting first Mrgunt of plaques to three Marines upon
MARMEC SchOol receives a plaque of appreciation from MATSG's their transfers from the group.
commanding officer, Lt. Col. L. E. Blanchard. MSgt. Stern was in MSgt. H. D. Stern, in charge of
charge of disestablishment responsibilities of MARMEC, and is now disestablishing Marine
being transferred to MARTD Memphis. Mechanical school will report to
MARTD, Memphis. GySgt. E.
CHAMPUS OKs Psychological Care Thomas, a Mar-Mec supervisor -
instructor and SSgt.T. A. Helms,
the most routine outpatient care an AO 'A' school instructor have
Washington (AFPS) --
Beneficiaries of the Civilian is allowed under CHAMPUS. orders to WestPac.

Health and Medical Care
Program of the Uniformed
Services (CHAMPUS) no longer

need treated Previous approval by a psychologist.policy before allowed being 50'0 on Move out

claiming such benefits only if the
patient was referred to a with an HFC TraveloanLeave
psychologist by his attending
physician. CHAMPUS officials at Sheratonon

announced that psychologistsmay time coming up? Let HFC help you
be under the
program now even without paid referral. move out on a trip home or to some vacation -

CHAMPUS is a program offering weekends. spot. with an HFC Traveloan. It'll cover

retirees civilian and dependents.medical care All to but all every cost. And you can repay when you return

on your choice of convenient terms. Call

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I .' NATTC : Behind The Scene


By YNSN Stella CawllnsklV

; Admiral Lambert dedication to duty have been In three divisions this year with ri
Tours NATTC noteworthy and in keeping with approximately. 400 boys par a
i the highest traditions of the ticipating in the program. .
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Jax Chief of Naval Air Marine Corps.'
Every a collection is taken
year
f, Technical Training, RAdm. V. G. MSgt. Stern, who has been in up at the AE and AO schools to
Lambert, completed an in the Marine Corps for 16 years, is help support a Little League. The
spection and orientation tour of being transferred to Memphis for donation provides the equipmentand ; V
NATTC on August 11. duty. The Stark, Fla. native is the uniforms so that all a boy 4
RAdm. Lambert, greeted to married to the former Patricia C. waeet
has to provide is himself and a __ <
Jacksonville by NATTC com- Stewart and they have one child. glove.
manding officer, Capt. John E. ( $ +
Kennedy, was presented the Reenlistment The Little League Baseball 1970
command briefing and escortedon Sponsor's Certificate reads as
a tour of AO'A and 'B' schools A01 Bryant Reeves Skipper IV, follows: 'We are grateful for the
and AE 'A' school. The admiral reenlisted for six more years sponsorship you have given our Y'eLEADING k
also visited the NATTC galley, August 1. The ceremony was Little League. In appreciation for
) Barracks 542 and 570, the conducted by Lt. Marion K. your support and for your in- CHIEF of Disease Vector Control Center HMC James H.
't dispensary and library,as well as Nelson, the Phase IV officer of terest in the welfare of youth in George ships over for three years. George,a 13-year Navy veteran Is
} Naval Air Maintenance Training the Aviation OrdnancemansClass our community, we consider it a shipped over by DVCC Officer, Capt. W. B. Hull.

Detachment. 'A' school. privilege to present this certificate -
\. r. AOl Skipper has been in the acknowledging your Seabee Receives Unit
Letter of Appreciation Navy for seven years and was generosity.'
previously stationed with VP-18
MSgt. Harry D. Stern was in Puerto Rico.. He is an In- Sea Story Commendation ward
presented a letter of appreciation structor in the AO 'A*School The
signed by Capt.John E. Kennedyby Nelsonville, Ohio native is Jax Public Works' tran- operations.As .
Cdr. Arthur S. Schlofman I On August 12, a small group of sportation dispatcher E01
,' married to the former,Vicki Lynn the citation reads.'Naval
director of training, during a Marshall and spends good deal fishermen consisting of Cdr. James J. Blocker, who returned Construction Battalion Center
ceremony August 12. of his spare time fishing or Klinker, AKC Simmons, AK2 from Vietnam to Naval Con- Gulfport quickly took action to
Stern, while acting as hunting. Ferrell, SK3 Lundgren, .MMC struction Battalion Center in provide effective communicationlinks
superintendent of training for the O'Shields, and Civil Service Gulfport, Miss to aid victims of with local Civil Defense
\ Marine Mechanical Class 'P' Ilonorman for Fifth Time worker Linda Hill answered the Hurricane Camille last August, Headquarters, and to effect a
} school,was instrumental in closingthe call of the sea and headed out to was awarded the Navy Unit massive effort to move civilian
school with professionalismand AN Charles M. Ohr did it again.He Mayport for some fishing. Commendation Ribbon. and military personnel into
competence. Stern was cited made honorman of Class The fishing was good and the Blocker was deployed to shelter at the Center.
for displaying outstanding 018A of the Aviation Ord- fishermen all managed to get a Vietnam with MCB 133 when the
; qualities of leadership in nanceman Class'A'school for the few. But the fisherman who hurricane struck west of Gulfport 'When the hurricane reachedits
I supervising the training programfor fifth time. The Dallas native has lucked out with the biggest catch August 17. He and others whose peak of intensity, leaving of a
the trainees still in the an average of 96.17.Ohr will be was logistics resources officer, families lived in Gulfport were trail of devastation along the
: training pipeline prior to the graduating September 2. If he Cdr. F. J. Klinker. He managedto returned to the States to join coast, the Center provided the
disestablishment of the school. makes honorman again he will tie snag a four-pound red snapper. Seabees in Civil Defense,rescue primary and, at times, the only
His motivation, initiative and the record. """"'hY. ,, ="''''''u''uL...., ..... 'u.u communications link between
esprit de corps in carrying out his Civil Defense Headquarters and
assignment surpassed the Heal Team Support other units. Many instances of
( requirements of his rank. WHOLESALE WICB TO Ml heroism took place as the
I : Through, his conscientious performance The NavyOrtegaLakeshoreLittle Seabees rescued victims of the
of duty and personal League sent a letter storm More than 1200 persons
I, effort, the closing of the school thanking NATTC for its support NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES were evacuated to safety, despite
;" was accomplished with through the 1970 season. Enclosed NEW & USED TV SETS hurricane force winds, driving
;I f professionalism and competence. was a colorful picture of NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES rain, darkness, downed power
,{ The letter reads in part:;' the NATTC team and a certificate NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS lines, and scattered debris.
,<. .. 'Master Sergeant Stern's of appreciation.The AIR CONDITIONERS 'During the days following the
l military bearing, professional NavyOrtegaLakeshoreLittle IIrs.1am, Tp.m.Comen&Browse hurricane, the Center continuedits
: performance and sincere League consists of 24 teams widespread actions to assist
WESCONNET FURNITURE CO the local communities. Center
I personnel secured gas mains and
L :> '6 WE5C ONNE TT ,v r i > '
T ,., ,,.., power lines which posted
dfiaRi avca4a\itkt i ai'SkYiUaob' ;; ::{aOaCktiaiawa7 VV: :V:V..: potential hazards, and succeededin

making streets and roads
passable. Medical teams gave
;: CONTACTBRONCE aid to the injured. Due to the
rapidly deteriorating sanitary
Jonathan d Jewelers conditions and the consequent

: possibility of epidemic, the
Command was tasked with the
mass evacuation of Pass
; SALES Christian, the most seriously
devastated area along the Gulf
WATCH
: I RING Coast. These victims were
and provided food medical attention,

'J' I, ,, DAY JEWELRY and transportation to Jackson for
,.' ;. ENGRAVING REPAIRS SIRING ,. shelter.'
The citation from the Secretaryof
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,: WORK DONE the Navy commended the

:' ON PREMISES 'tireless assistance and
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; humanitarianism shown the
;,;) civilian populace by the per-
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/1, DAN and LINDA BOATWRIGHT PHONE 24439* Battalion Center Gulfport' and
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.' WALLER further authorized all those who

U.S. Retired participated to wear the Navy
:
Navy, Unit CommendationRibbon.rt .
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hSY.NAVYSP0RTii Champs jl

'i bN ar't Capt. Jack E. Godfrey, commanding .t ,ltj"
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\\\\ \ Naval Air Station, presents the ', j
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trophy to NAS Jax Coach Frank II
.McCaffrey (d) and pitcher John !I
Fliers Littleton following Sixth Naval :j
Finish ,
SecondIn District play The Fliers then }I
represented the naval district in '1'1
the South Atlantic Regional
Regional Softball played at Memphis last week. .


Jax..The Jax Navy Fliers, representing the Sixth IP y eys< aF WASHINGTON Navy In lermuda(AFPS) -
Naval District at Memphis last week, wound up as t Kindle? AFB, Bermuda, has
runners up after dropping the championship game In the been turned over to the Navy
and renamed U.S. Naval Air
South Atlantic Regional Softball tournament to the Fifth Station, Bermuda
Naval District, 10.
The Fifth ND entry also beat the Fliers In the opening .
game of the tournament 3-0 as Bill Godwin fanned 13
fliers Fliers to pick up the win. Von McClure took the Let theWANT j
loss despite striking out eight.In I
their next tournament game, the Fliers edged by ADS i{
the Tenth Naval District, 6-5, with John Littleton on the I
mound, and Dick Calkins winning the game in relief. 'I. .. ,
Littleton struck'out one In his starting role, while I II
Calkins fanned six in relief. I
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Coming back strong, McClure struck out 11 in his next
tournament appearance as the Fliers trimmed the
Eighth Naval District 4-3 to move to the championshipgame.

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The Fifth Naval District is playing in the All-Navy ::4 I iQ I I
tournament this week at San Diego. _
Next week, the Interservlce'Softball.Tournament will ttt, I
be played at the Marine Corps Supply Center, Albany,

Ga.At the conclusion of the Interservice competition, an .
Armed Forces AllStar team will be selected by the a.t 4 / r

Interservice Sports Committee to play In the National ( sj 5r;' w
Amateur Softball Association Championship in
Clearwater, Fla. Sept. 511.Luxury.
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VA-87 Golden Warriors Take "r




Fleet Air Jax Softball Title ; CtlE'IDE tOWN!! .


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Jax-Cecil Field's Attack .

Squadron 87 dropped VW-

4, 6.1, here Friday to win .
the Commander Fleet Air

Jacksonville Softball

Tournament and earn a
shot at the Atlantic Fleet
6)
championshipsalthough
VW-4 eventually made the

Norfolk trip .. '. 0 '

Unable to send a team to
Norfolk due to operational 10 IMPALA $3295

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SAFE AT FIRST-VA-87's Dayton Keller reaches first safety duringthe
day, the tournament was delayed championship game Friday In the Fleet'Air Jax tournament.,John
.. until Tuesday evening due to Connan (No. 1)) is the first base coach for the Golden Warriors, while
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