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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I The Case of the X-35-10 0cr to ,

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:S{ Jax-A nine-year-old boy sitting are required, at least for the across the river from the air strip '
:& on the bank of a river opposite the present, and a stable, rigid where he can view aircraft as 'J -
g Naval Air Station looks to the platform would not be possible they land and take off. Having : -: --- I"i, r '
ja: sky, and instead of just clouds where the propellor and body lived there for 15 years, as his 'lJ.:.
:$: and trees, he sees machines- turned.' he wrote. mother stated, they don't mind
*: exquisite, powerful streamlined However, the captain claimed the noise of aircraft flying over. "
p.:: planes that fly faster then sound. his idea shows imagination and Last week, while on leave, -
:: A vision forms in his mind of a ingenuity far beyond Bryant's Capt. Kincaid sent a letter with a =
:$ti type of aircraft never before years and encouraged the boy to representative LCdr. Tom -- -- 'I
ti::,: created, an aircraft the boy feels keep his design of the X-35.10 a Boucher of Air Operations, along
:|:j: might someday benefit the world. secret study hard and maybe with his personal invitation to ::
:::: Where most children would someday become a famous Bryant and his family to be oT4 :
::;:: store such imaginings among aircraft designer. special quests of the Naval Air
:;::::: their other fantasies, Bryant Young Bryant whose father Is a Station for the Blue Angels Air
:$:::: Frazier, son of Dr. and Mrs. pathologist at St. Luke's hospital, Show and Open House here July
::::::: Donald B. Frazier of 8340 Kim lives with his family directly 11.
:::: Rd. in south Jacksonville, put his ,
:i:|::: dream on paper and sent it _
;:.; directly to the commanding officer -
t;:|; of this air station for ap-
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|:j praisal. T
: In his letter to Capt. John ....
::% Kincaid, young Bryant described
:jij: his aircraft of the future as the X- "taiL
:::;: 35-10, a wingless, blimp-shaped ,,tl=
x::| plane that revolves: like a giant I
I :::: ice cream machine in flight. R3. fl -
::: In to L et n ewe,
::: a personal reply Bryant's
::::: letter, Capt. Kincaid reviewed r
\ $; the possibility of such an aircraft. Bryant Frazier and his mother read letter delivered from ;;
:::: He said that the only problem
I. ::jij::: with his present design would be Capt. Kincaid by LCdr. Boucher. ;

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JSSSSTSrBJSmVOL. Navy Relief Drive '



? :' :: :J% : Ends TomorrowJax


29 NO. 13 Published In The interest Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida. JUNE 17,.1971 The annual call for COMLATWING One, Com- '

contributions to Navy Relief has mander Attack Carrier Air Wing
been extended through tomorrowto Three, Fleet Weather Facility
New VP-Squadron Arrives HereJaxThe give commands an opportunityto Jacksonville, Marine Barracks
achieve 100 percent of their Cecil Field, Navy and Marine
roal. The campaign has already Judiciary Office, VA-174, VC-4

first of three patrol announced earlier this year by 114 (V) General Purpose Digital raised this year's$42,270.42$$50,000 or 65 goal.percent of Det (VC-2)), VP-5 and NAMTD
f. squadrons reassigned from U.S. Representative Charles E. Computer with associated Data Cecil Field.
.. Patuxent River, Md., to Fleet Air Bennett who said the squadrons processing systems and ,signal Of 66 activities reporting their
Wing 11 here at NAS Jax began would bring with them an annual data converters, which relievesthe results Monday, RTC Orlando Hospital Offers
arriving last week and is payroll of $8,441,700. crew from data recording and and the Naval Air Rework
ready to go to work July 1. Patrol Squadron 49 is expectedto manual work that previously took Facility here have made the Driving Course
The squadron-VP-56- move here Jan 1, 1972 and up to 80 percent of their time. highest contribution to the
commanded By Cdr. Steven E. Patrol Squadron 24 on Aug. 15, campaign.According to Capt. PhysicalsJax
Kish, has about 350 officers and The new units will double the Micheel, commander_ Fleet Air
men with about 150 families who 1972.Each Squadron has nine of the size of the patrol squadron Jacksonville. RTC Orlando had Naval Hospital
are taking up residence in the 'C' version P3 Orion, a four- community under the command the highest single dollar goal and here has agreed to offer
engine, all-weather an- of COMFAIRWING 11. They will the number
city.The greatest of low pay free physical examinationsto
shift of VP-56 along with tisubmarine aircraft. The heart be located in Hangar 1000 with grade personnel, contributing dependent children who
two other 'patrol squadrons was of the P3C Is the UNIVAC ASQ- Patrol Squadrons, 5, 16 and 45. $6,439 or 101 percent. are signed up for the
Forrest High School
Other commands who have Drivers Education Course,
Gator Aid ? already reached or supassed the which begins tomorrow.The .
100 percent mark are USNR exams will be givenon
Tuesday morning the Navy recruited a little a"ltance/rom Mother Training Facility Melbourne, a first-come, first .
Nature to clear up the ecology problem In Casa Linda Lake here. It USNR Training Facility St. served basis to all eligible
teems dead fish and an overabundance of snapping turtles have made Petersburg, Service School children from 8:30: to noon
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life rather treacherous for the lake's normal Inhabitants, so two expert Command Orlando, USMC Saturday. Examinees must
water janitors like the one pictured 'here with Wildlife Officer Recruiting Jacksonville, Navy have their identificationcard
Howard Stalls have been poured Into the scene In hopes of cleaning up Training Device Center Orlando, and a completed
the problem. Fishermen and plcnlcers shouldn't feel uneasy about this Navy Fuel Depot Jacksonville, Drivers Education form
.eight-and-a-half gator and Ms four-foor friend since they are quite Navy Finance Office Orlando, from Forrest High.
content to munch on the fish and turtles and have no particular affinity CVWR-20, VA-81, VA-82,
for humans. In fact, everyone Is welcome to socialize with the gatorson
a first-name basis, maintaining a polite and self preserving VP45 Changes Command
kF distance at all times, of course. The only hang-up Is that the two
reptiles are presently anonymous, and two appropriate names wouldbe
most appreciated. Anyone having suggestions for names should Jax Charles F. Cook became the 31st commandingofficer
tent them to: Jax Air News, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 32212. The
two selected names will be printed in future edition of this paper. of Patrol Squadron 45 last Friday when he
.. relieved Cdr. S.J. McArdle in a brief change of -
command ceremony at Hangar 1000.
This is the former squadron executive officer's first

command during nearly 15 years of Navy service. He

..; told guests at the ceremony that a past commandingofficer
.' had advised him to 'be brief, sincere and give his
men a day off' when he finally had his own squadron.He .

.. ," expeditiously accomplished this advice upon
assuming command last week.
Cdr. Cook was assigned to the squadron in September
1970. He was formerly assigned to communicationsofficer

aboard the USS Saratoga.Cdr. .
McArdle departed the squadron after a two year
tour. He will pursue graduate study in defense analysisat
the University of Rochester in New York.



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Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised."

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Weekh' 1971 Club Schedules

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TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY
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Phil Cay Carolina Carolina Carolina
Carolina
Pirates Express Carolina Express Chantels and the Mandarin'The Rare Express Express Express

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'Happy
cheese
Floor Show Smoked Sausage Ham and Hour
A Cocktail Hour Casserole
Bey-Ducey Mel Gaden George Morgen & : 4:30.6p.m.: ,
FaIr
7 9 Whatever's
p.m. Girls
Club & his Lazy & GoGo

Rhythm Girls The Goodtlmers 11a.m..lp.m.! .

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Fathers Day '. ... "

CPO Ladles Night Special: Happy Hour .HawaIIan Ham Happy Hour
Whatever Steamship Steak
Ladles Drink Tommy 'c' 4:30.6:30: : p.m: 4:30.6:30: : p.m.
Round & Fried
Club at Reduced Fair $1.45
Prices Chicken Bugget


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Officers Beefeaters Gene White Champaign and Buffet an italian
b Jean Sexton Candlelight Buffer CLOSED
Night Ala Cart Night
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Pirates CPO. Officers Acey-Ducey. Support T i&irQe

Cove Club Club Club

Monday thru Thur

11 mm. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday Your
Friday 11 '.m. to Midnight 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. WEEKDAYS

11 ..m. 'to 2 ..m. Friday & Saturday Tuesday 11 ..m.thru to Friday SundayS.turd.y GALLEY NO. It: Breakfast-6 to 7:30: a.m.; Dinner a.m. to 1 p.m.; Supper
to 5:30: p.m. Sandwich line served at dinner only,
11 a.m. to 1 ..m. Noon to Midnight .
& GALLEY NO. 3: Breakfast 5.30: to 7 a.m. Dinner
9 '.m. to 2 '.m Saturday Sunday ; a.m. to 12:30: p.m.;
1 p.m. to Monday thru Thur Club Supper to 6:15: p.m. Sandwich line open In Wings 5 and 6 at dinner only.
Sunday WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS
9 I.m. to Midnight 11 '.m. to Midnight BOTH GALLEYS: Early Breakfast-6:30 to 8:30: a.m.; Brunch.9:30: a.m. to
12:30: p.m.; Supper to 5:30: p.m.
COMRATS prices: Breakfast cents; Dinner and Brunch-70 cents; Supper
Teen Club HappeningsJaxThe : cents. The following menu Is served at both galleys.


,1'w Friday,June 18 SANDWICH LINE-Chili! Dogs orEgg
BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried
End of ofSchool Dance will be held at the Gator Den Eggs to Order, Scrambled Eggs with SUPPER-Submarine Salad Sandwich. Sandwichesor

tomorrow from 8 to 11:30: p.m. with music provided by the Dark Entry. Ham, Choice of Luncheon Meat or Stuffed Green Peppers with
Admittance will be$1 for members and$1.25 for guests. Pork Sausage, Home Fried Potatoes, Tomato Sauce, French Baked
The Teen Club will hold a record hop Tuesday with free admission Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted Cake Potatoes, Boiled Navy Beans, Buttered

for members and a 25-cent fee for guests. Refreshments are served at oowPROTESTANT\ Doughnuts.DI N N E R..Manhattan Clam Spinach Apple Pie.

all events,and ping-pong is available at most club functions. ln. Chowder Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches,
For additional information, call Mrs. Amell, at 389-0496. All Teen i French Fried Potatoes, Butter Cream Tuesday,June 22.
Club Activities are held at the Gator Den hehind the Naval Hospital. v Styled Corn, Buttered June Peas, BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried
Yellow Cake with Chocolate Icing. Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef
Membership applications may be obtained at the door.
SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Cheeseor on Toast Baked Pork and Beans,
Grilled Hamburgers. Choice of Luncheon Meat or Pork

REMEMBER SUPPER-Baked Beef& Noodles,or Sausage, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.DINNERMlnestrone .
NAVAL AIR STATION Fried Flounder, Tartar Sauce, Parsley Soup
SUNDAY Buttered Potatoes, Polonaise Steamship Round of Beef, Natural
Cauliflower, Seasoned Green Beans, Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Okra &

n Holy Communion-8:30: a.m. at Yellow Cake with Chocolate Icing. Corn Tomato, Yellow Juice,Pound Buttered Cake.Whole Kernel

All Saints Chapel. Church School SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Cheeseor

FATHER'S DAY IS JUNE 2OO (all ages) 9:30: a.m. at Chapel Saturday,June 19 Grilled Hamburgers.
Annex. Divine SUPPER-Simmered Corned Beef,
Worship 10:30: at BREAKFAST-Hominy
Grits, Fried
or Swedish Meat Balls, O'Brien
All Saints' Chapel. Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes with
Potatoes, Buttered Squash Seasoned
Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Snap Beans Yellow Pound Cake.
Ham, Hash
High) 10:30 Browned Potatoes,
: a.m. at Chapel An- Minced Beef, Iced Coffee Rings.
nex. Junior and senior
youth BRUNCH-Frled
Eggs to Order,
Fellowship-l:30: p.m. at Bldg.722. Breakfast Meat or Grilled Frank.
Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at furters, French Fried Potatoes, Wednesday,June 23BREAKFAST.Chilled
small Chapel. Baked Beans. Iced Coffee Rings, Plums,
,Dutch Apple Pie. Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled French
Tuesday SUPPER-Chicken Rice Soup, Toast with Maple Syrup Choice of
Senior Choir-Rehearsal-7 p.m. Roast Turkey Log SnoWf/aked/ Ham or Bacon, Hash Browned
JTAX AIR NEYVS at Bldg.750 and Christian Science Potatoes, Cream Gravy, Bread Potatoes, Minced Beef Pecan Rolls.
Service 8 at small Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered DINNER-Chicken Gumbo Soup,
p.m. Chapel. Whole Kernel Corn, Seasoned Lima Hot Roast Turkey Sandwiches,
NAVAL HOSPITAL Beans, Dutch Apple Pie.Pta.ri Snowflaked PotatoesCranberrySauce
Divine Worship a.m. Harvard Beets, Seasoned
The JAX AIR NEWS I Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper NATTC Succotash, Boston Cream Pie.

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station Divine Worship-ll a.m. at 20 SANDWICH LINE-Varlety of Meat
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Bldg. 500. BREAKFAST..Chilled Figs, Chilled Sandwiches or Grilled Cheese.
SUPPER-EI RanchoStewor Baked
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Grilled Minute| Steaks, Fried,Eggs French to Order Meat Loaf, Buttered Egg Noodles,

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS CATHOLICSaturday with Maple Syrup,Choice of Luncheon Toast, Simmered Pinto Beans, Buttered
Jacksonville' by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Mass-5 p.m. at St. Meat or Pork Sausage, Assorted Asparagus Southern Corn Bread,
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or. Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Danish BRUNCH-Fried Pastry. Boston Cream Pie.Thursday.

3119. ,p.m. and 11 Grilled Eggs to Order,
a.m.Daily Mass- Hamburger or Breakfast
A Monday-ll a.m. Tuesday through Meat, FrenCh Fried Potatoes,
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made, Fridayll30 Beans, Assorted Danish Baked
a.m. Saturday 'Yellow Pastry Iced ,June 24BREAKFASTChllled
available purchase use patronage without regard to race : :=: Confession"10:30 and 11:15: a.m. SUPPER-Vegetable Layer Cake. Figs,
creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or 'Beef Steaks, Fried Soup Grilled Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order,
patron. A confirmed violation' or rejection of this policy of equal NATTC Potatoes, Seasoned Onions Peas,,Franconla Grilled Hot Cakes, with Maple Syrup
opportunities' by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print. Sunday Mass-9:30 Beets iced Yellow Layer Cake.Harvard Choice of Luncheon Meat or Pork
: a.m. Bldg. Sausage Baked Pork and Beans, Iced
advertising' from that source. 500. Coffee Rings.

DINNER.-Puree of Bean Soup,
Advertisements' are solicited' by the publisher and queries 21 Ginger. Pot Roast, Natural Gravy,

concerning such should be directed' to: Order, Grilled Peas French Seasoned Fried Potatoes Carrots, Buttered, Peach ShortCake June

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Marine, talking to his son five M Syrup. Choice with Whipped Topping.
Lyonnalst SANDWICH Joes on
years after the war: 'And that, LINE-Sloppy
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 my son, is ,how the World War Soup Doughnuts Baked Cheese.Hamburger Bun or Grilled Ham and

Telephone 388-2755 was won.' Sauce, & Raisin SUPPER-Chili Macaroni or Grilled
Son: 'But Daddy, why did they Snowfla diepotato s Pot.tOtl, Liver, Parsley Buttered Potatoes
VOL. 29 NO. 13 JUNE 17, 1971 need all those other marines' 'BllckeYed Peas SeaSOned. Boiled Buttered Broccoli Spears, Seasoned
Greens, Turnip Green Beans, Peach Short Cake with
.... Hushpuppies, Apple Pie.
w. --' -- --- Whipped Topping.





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TrafficViolations .
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IFr Jax The following is a reportof
motor vehicle accidents and '
traffic violations for the period of. !
May 31 June 6. 2 a 'l
Number of Accidents r \
This period 0. 1
This period a year ago 8. "
Total accidents through this : .
period last year. 149.
Total number of days since last
JL injury in a motor vehicle ac-
R cident 17.
7_ Number of days since an injury
/ last year at this time 4.
Number of Violations
-- This week 54.
WITH A LITTLE HELP. Following ceremony promoting thtm to Speeding 10.
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tht rank of lieutenant colonel the Marino Air Reserve, David L. Reckless driving 0. --
Foster (L) and Frank R. Pound Jr. help each other pin on the silver Going through stop sign 2. IN APPRECIATION-Barbara Howard (L), president of the Navy
leaves symbolic of their new grade. Both officers are attached to Other violations 42. Wives Club Jax 86, presents a club plaque to departing sponsors, Capt.
VMA-142 here at Jax and are members of the Florida Bar Association.See 28 drivers appeared before the and Mrs. W.J. Pressler Jr., In gratitude.of the support they have a
( story below). Traffic Hearing Board on June 10. given the club.Wives.
Disposiuun ot me cases includedthe

Two Marine AttorneysWin 11 following lost driving; and parking Club Sponsors

privileges aboard the station for :
'Twin' PromotionsJaxTwo various periods; 2 were assignedto
complete' an eight hour coursein Get Farewell Honors i

Florida attorneys lieutenant colonel In this state'sonly remedial driving; 13 received i,

were recently promoted to Marine Air Reserve unit, suspensions; 5 were given Jax-NWCA Jax 86 bid farewellto and Mrs. Murray Dike from I 1''
4 dismissed 2
warnings were
Marine Attack Squadron (VMA) ; ; 'I'
their club and Mayport 201, Mr. and Mrs.
Capt.
142 located aboard the Naval Air were fined (U.S. Commissioner); sponsors,
and 2 were referred to com- Mrs. William J. Pressler Jr., at a Ned Huntsinger representing
Station here. manding officers for possible special party-in their honor last Cecil Field No. 121 and Southeast '1 II'
LtCol. Frank R. Pound Jr., an disciplinary action. Saturday at Compton Hall. Capt. Area Council President Carolyn
attorney in Cocoa, Fla., and 3 drivers were assessed 7 Pressler, commander Fleet Air Cato.
LtCol.David L.Foster,a partnerin traffic points.Chiefs. Wing 11, is to be relieved of The Jax 86 monthly luncheon is
a St. Petersburg law firm, command next Friday and will be scheduled for tomorrow..
were promoted to their present reassigned to assist the Secretaryof
rank in a joint ceremony con- Club the Navy in the office of
ducted by Squadron Commander, Program Appraisal in
LtCol. Walter J. Bryson III. Slates LuauJaxTickets Washington.Club president. Barbara

rI Both LtCols. Pound and Foster Howard presented the Presslersa
joined the Jacksonville unit in are now on sale plaque of appreciation for their
1957 following active duty in the for the June 27th CPO Club Luau. devoted support to the wives club.
... -..,---, ----..-- Marine Corps. They serve as the There are only 800 seats availableand Among the honored guests at
WINS MERIT AWARD Miss squadron's executive officer and these will be sold on a first- the event were Capt. and Mrs.
Edith V. Evans (above) is one of operations officer, respectively come-first serve basis to all chief Carl D. Simonsen, LCdr. and
six young ladies from across petty officers of NAS Jax .based Mrs. O.C. Andersen, Mr. and .
the nation to be selected by the units and retired CPO's. Mrs. Arthur A. Slocumb Sr., Mr.
JANGO Senior Board In LtCol. Pound, an 18yearMarine Tickets may be purchased at s
Arlington, Va., for the 'JANGO Corps veteran, graduatedfrom the club through June 20 from 11
Merit Award'. The award and a Cocoa High School in 1950. a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 5 out.For further details, contact
check for $50 was sent to her in Later he attended the University p.m. Buy now so you won't miss AVCM J.B. Johnson at Ext. 3753.
recognition of her outstanding of Florida,earning a BS degree in
performance as a JANGO.. This 1959, and an LLB degree in 1961.
and his wife Gayle
included her dedicated con He Betty
tribution of 1,147 volunteer hours make their home in Cocoa with
working with patients at the their four children.
Naval Hospital here.
LtCol. Foster graduated from
St Petersburg High School in
1950 and joined the Marine Corps
HONDAMOTORS three years later. In 1960 he
graduated from the University of
& CYCLES CO. Florida. lie and his wife Carol
4949 BLANDING BLVD. have two children and presently
PHONE 771-8244 reside in St. Petersburg.


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Ii. Summer Help : I "
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fi E Working At Cecil : .',,('IIt",j i,'" f

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'j NAS Cecil..Cecil Field has summer are three girls from TREAT
Stanton High School. They are, l'
;;t some new summer help on base.
l l\\ Working in coordination with the Velda Dobson, Marie Channelle,
>r r f Neighborhood Youth Corps, and Wanda Florence. During the AND
I i Cecil now has high school school year these girls are activein "
I \+ students working In places like many school activities which
( Supply, the station gym and the range all the way from playing
, library. basketball, to modeling clothes. NO
i The girls will be here for 8 weeks 4T
\ The Neighborhood Youth and while getting paid for their _
i Corps, which is supported by work, they will also learn library
federal grants and local aids procedures, work as library TRICKAT
helps thousands of high school assistants and help Mrs. Arnold
students find interesting and ,station librarian, with story I W -
worthwhile summer jobs where hours that are set up for the
they not only make money, but children who come to the library ---
also learn a vocation which mightbe during the summer months.To CONORATULATION.Mrs. Ruth Ollfl and Mrs. 'Ina Coshaw
of benficial value to themin all the high school students were presented with Quality Step 'Increases by Commander L.G.
future years. Who said it's that are working aboard Cecil Gudbranson, supply officer, during ceremonies held last week. ALL!
hard to find a part time summer Field this summer, hi. Keep up
job? the good work, and come back
Working In the library this again next year. Civilians Lauded


fi* NAS CeciL.During ceremoniesheld branch, traffic branch and stock C8I
r.w last week, Commander L.G. control.
Gudbranson, Supply Officer, Mrs. Coshaw received her
presented Quality Step Increase Quality Step award based on the
Awards to supply supervisorsRuth expeditious and efficient mannerin
B. Cliff and Ina S. Coshaw. which she reviewed daily ..because your C.03is sold
Mrs. Oliff received her award transaction ledgers and affects onREALFRESH.thepudJmgthat
based on efficiency in research of adjustments and corrections.Mrs. puts out.Ready.to.eat.
information and data required in Coshaw displayed great in 5 heavy
connection with Invoicing skill in discovering errors which flavors. Chocolate,Vanilla,
procedures. Her thoroughnessand normally would have resulted in Butterscotch, Banana and
efficiency saved many invalid reports being sent to Chocolate Fudge.
'-.... manhours of work in the storage higher authorities.
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\ NEW FACES AT THE LIBRARY..Art VtW Dobson, MarltChantllt *
1\ and Wanda Florence. VA-174 Sponsors friendly Commissary neighborhood Officer



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Squadron 174 are continuing to standings with a 5-4 record with
fulfill their civic responsibilities only eight games remaining.
as should all naval personnel,. According to Coach Kisinger, 'the its ,
through their sponsorship of a team still has a good shot at first .
little league baseball team. The place.' kri
'Corsairs' participate In the West Games are played twice a weekat
Duval Youth Association Junior Wheat Field in Oak Hill Park
M1 Division and is composed of It is a real pleasure to see your
eighteen 14 to 15 year old'boys, youth in competition but they
managed and coached by Chief need your support; whether it be
Jim Faircloth of COMFAIRJAXand to praise the umpire for a good
Lt. Tom Kisinger of VA174. call or just watching the excitement -
The 'Corsairs' are presently in

DONE..With the shake of hands and the drying of Ink on tt* paper,
Nell Hansen and Captain T.T. Coleman, Commanding Officer of NAS
Cecil agree to a new union contract while civilian workers look on.

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Policy To Be Continued


WASHINGTON The Chief of continually striving for advancement
Naval Personnel, VAdm. Dick II. through the
Guinn,has announced that, based Navywide Competitive Advancement aM W 1 y 1r
upon the results of the FY 71 System. J
Meritorious AdvancementBoard A notice promulgating instructions 11
he has authorized con. as to the exact :
tinuance of the program into FY nominating procedures to be "
72. Two major changes to the FY followed will be promulgated in
72 program are planned: the near future. It is expectedthat
First, the format of the the advancement quotas '
recommendation letter is being allocated to this program for FY
standardized to permit uniform 72 will be approximately the
processing procedures and to same as in FY 71, 100 E-7's and
ensure that the board has 100 E-6'..

available all information neededto '" ,.
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prepare a comprehensive briefon j, .
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Second, the eligibility criteria
will be changed from 'must have I" .11. r
participated in at least five .._ ii' .. 4\ t.. --- --. -.J... ....---.. --...-.... ..;',- -- --- -- -
examinations' to 'must have "" :H .. II.' \ 11)
participated in at least five :' '. 'f[ .), JAX NAVY WIVES SERVICE INFORMATION SCHOOL The first class to attend the Jax Navy
examinations, three of which f ;A. JI Wives Service Information School graduated June 10 after being Instructed in such sublects as how
were in the past two and a half I much travel pay they should receive to a tour of the station to |lust about any phase of Navy life they I
years.' don't understand. The nine graduates are (I to r) Patricia Seigle, Gloria Nadeau, Cora Weeks, Mary
These changes were recom- Cross, Karen Westfall, Norma Kryman, Glenda Hines, Karen Hershberger and Barbara Howard
mended by the president of the (notshown.Chief) PlttsCoordlnatorand LCdr.S.L. Snodderly, NAS Military Personnel Officer and
FY 71 selection board to enhancethe ONE MORE TIME PR2 R.W. school project officer were also present to pass out the graduation certificates. Next class starts June
efficiency of the board and Green adds four more years to 21.
ensure that all those candidates his Navy career as he receivesthe
being recommended for oath of reenlistment from r
Cdr. J.F. Wetzel, commandingofficer
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I: Maxi Dos Has Multi PUDS

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by JOCM Paul Henkemeyer FF a f4s4eV St tJ tJY

Jax-Brandy,a 175-pound purebred Daryl are helping the mother both
St. Bernard belonging, to feed the pups with a milk for The parents are and
of show quality
AKC Bob Womack of Com- mula. registered,
valued at around $300 each. Pet
FalrJax Maintenance, whelpedan The father is a trim, 125-pound St. Bernards sell for
extra large litter of 13 pups smooth coat named Jubilee. quality to
about $150 each, according
Saturday. According to Womack,here is Womach.'A .
'All but one look real good', na'' difference between rough" 4
says Womack who has been and smooth-coated St. Bernards good show dog is very, very' e
working'with the legendary-type outside of their appearance. difficult to get around here,
that St.
dogs for three years and is the Rough-haired dogs are the type Womack said. lie noted .
president of the recently formed popularized in gallant rescue Bernards arehowever, the tenth ,' -
Greater Jacksonville St. Bernard stories on wind-swept snow most popular of about 120 dogs __
Club with about 40 members. covered mountains.'I recognized by the American 4
'The dogs' quality can't reallybe just wanted a dog and Kennel Club.In t
judged until they're about five decided to get a St. Bernard', keeping with the stereotype
weeks old, he said. Womack says in explaining how Hollywood built for Bernards,
At birth,the pups ranged in size he got started. The mother was Womack's dogs are very good
from 14 to 20 ounces. Nine are purchased in San Diego and the with children. Although his are
females. Womack and his wife father is from a kennel Illinois. not pets per se, they play freely ,
and gently with the six Womack f4
children who range in age from 4- I
1 Imported Pearls 12.Womack -J

I has shown his St. ?
f 1
Bernards recently in Daytona qy
: Present Problems Beach and the Jacksonville

Coliseum.The ,
\
I Washington The Bureau of Customs has issued a adult St. Bernard eats

''I handy guide on how not to get strung up on pearls the about 50 pounds of dry dog food

imported kind, that is. per month, Womack calculateswith a 1i
a grin.
Duty on pearls brought into the k
United States from one separated by knotting, the higher Which isn't good when you i r'a'
may vary
rate will the consider the several hundred
duty apply, Bureauof
half of to
one percent as high as
Customs said. guppies spawned at the Womack
33 The two factors
percent. major
In the case of imitation pearls, home the same weekend the pups
the rate of
deciding duty are
even if they are loose or tern entered the World. Chief Womack congratulates Brandy as she rests with the 13 pups
whether not is
or a clasp presentand
porarily strung and without a How much does a guppie eat? she whelped. I
whether or not the pearls are
permanently strung. clasp, they take a 20 percent duty -
Pearls loose temporarily rate. Girl: 'Could I see the officer in
The of alsc Bus ScheduleAnnouncedJax '
and Bureau Customs charge?
strung without a clasp (the
words 'without a clasp' make all advises buyers to obtain a sale? Sailor: 'He's forward, Miss.'
the difference), are dutiable at slip or invoice that accurately Girl: 'Oh, I'm not afraid. I've
only one half of one percent if states the value and cost of the The ticket representative for the newly established Joint been out with sailors before.'
they are natural pearls, or three pearls. A false valuation could Military Bus Ticket Office at the Main gate is Lawrence Garrity, a
result in a fine, officials said."YOUR6 retired chief radarman.Mr. .
percent if they are cultured

pearls. Garrity, who retired here after 21 years of active duty, an- WIN AVOLKSWAGEN
However, if they are per nounced that he will be glad to provide information on the new bus
manently strung,or If the clasp is schedules, prices, tickets, tours and charters, including a package
with them, or both, the duty can w
service. For information him
t express see at Bldg. 13 or call 772-3553.
jump to anywhere: from 14 to 33 J lie announced. the current bus schedule as follows:
percent. Southbound
Americans who buy pearls A
(natural or cultured) overseas Il(1 7:45 a.m. Orlando Tampa and St. Petersburg.
and want to bring them into the 6:45: a.m. Daytona Beach and Miami.
/ 10:30: a.m. Orlando, Tampa and St.
Petersburg. i
country at the lowest rate should 1:30: p.m. Orlando. 1
make sure the pearls are either 5:30: p.m. Orlando (pickup at AF'EESJ),
loose or temporarily strung and 11:45: p.m. Orlando, Tampa and St. Petersburg.
are not accompanied by a clasp. North bound runs to Jacksonville and connections to points north SeePage
If the clasp is there, either stophereat7:35a.mlii5a.m.,3:20P.m.andlO:40p.m: : : : 11

attached or separate, or if thereis LOOKING FORTWejiEAaMAM?' The bus ticket office is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
no clasp but the pearls are Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
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8 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


, I Navy Exchange in JulyMerchandise I


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Exchange for this pace setting titles than that required by home
type washers.
Jax Why spend the holiday bike.
m k 14.P weekend- dodging traffic? Instead July 3 through 10 is National After a hard day's work in the
have own backyard Tennis Week. For those In the heat of summer, what could be
your
the Exchange Is more refreshing than an Ice
barbecue. The Exchange has all racket set, cold
the supplies you'll need, Including featuring both metal and wooden drink of your favorite beverageat
Don't forget to the beverage
paper plates, plastic tennis rackets. vending
knives,forks and spoons, napkins pick up some extra tennis balls machine?
And paper cups. while you're there. Ladies, create fireworks of
If you're thinking of buying It's never too early to start your own by having your Navy
for those Exchange Beauty Salon attend to
tome new barbecue equipment, preparing the youngster
we have a full line of outdoor back to school days. The Ex- your summer beauty needs. A
barbecue grills, including the old change is now putting the hairpiece from'the salon will help
nf favorite 24 inch open-pit portable, finishing touches on its 'school you keep that fresh look all
and the kettle drum grill. days' display! of notebooks, summer long.
Remember the real briefcases, pens, pencils plus a Light meals, cooling beveragesand
significance of the Fourth of July full line of back to school cookouts are naturals for
Independence Day. Com- clothing. Get a head start by July weather. AU these sum-
memorate the birth of the nation shopping early. mertime favorites are availableat
by proudly displaying Old Glory. The time is right to start your Enlisted Men's Club. Also
r Flags and flag stands are always resupplying your linen closet. If check with the club manager for
available at the Exchange.If you're in need of some new the Fourth of July special en-
-2fT you haven't as yet picked up sheets, pillow cases, towels or tertainment being planned at the
that special summer item, we other linens, remember the club.
will soon be clearing out a wide Exchange's August white event July is National Hot Dog
4Let's See Where's the Rinse Cycle ? variety of summer merchandise. starts July 26, at your Exchange. Month. Enjoy this American
: Browse around the next time you Services favorite at one of the conveniently -
\ shop at the Exchange and watch Enjoy a safe Fourth of July located Navy Ex-
I ROSEMARY MOHAN, whose husband is a photographer for VW-4, for some good bargains.With weekend motor trip. Before you change hot dog stands on your
contemplates the flight engineer controls of Hurricane Hunters' Super more and more emphasis start out, be sure to take ad- station. For a quick 'pick me -
Constellation aircraft while youngsters John and Kelly take over the being put on the consequences of vantage of the lubrication and up' this summer, it can't be beat.
pilot's role during I recent 'Family Day' tour of the squadron. On that automobile pollution, everyone comprehensive automobile NOTE: The Navy Exchange here
day the Hunters hosted their guests behind the scenes for a close look seems to be turning to bicycles safety check available at the and the world wide Navy Exchange
Into their weather watching routine and the often unheralded efforts of a new mode of transportation. Navy Exchange Service Station.Don't Program operates with non appropriated .
the administrative and maintenance staff who keep the squadron One of the new lines this year Is a forget to pick up your road established at funds.the lowest Prices practicablelevel are
aircraft flying during crucial hurricane missions. 10-speed model. Check at your maps at your service station in compatible with ,operating expenses .
order to map out your travel and _.of meeting therequirements
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plans.
BuPers recreation programs.
Also available at your Service
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Drycleaning Center clean your PARTS & SUPPLIES
wearing apparel. You will also be ? Special Service Discount C
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pollution since the Exchange ? W Park Avt.Ph.JM-3J04
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can. For those under 21 we
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A BONELESS N.Y. SIRLOIN STEAK AIR 70
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ALL FOR $4.50 OZ.STEAK 12. DATSUN CONDIilt *


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Ask For Itl 'EARLY BIRD SPECIAL' MO.

Above steak served Mon. thru Thurs.
I from 4:30: til 6:00: p.m.for *, 395

ADDITIONAL ENTREES:

FILET MIGNON $5.10)) STEAK& LOBSTER TAILS $5.50))...
KING SIZE 16oi.STEAK ($5.50))... BEEF BROCHETTE ($3.75)-) "
LOBSTER TAILS($5.50))... CHAR.BROILED CHOP.SIRLOIN '
STEAK ($3.50))
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A..r 111.30 down payment With HP overhead cam engine.
financing balance of 12.61'.30 Deep-padded front bucket
$74.7 35 equal 0 .P.R.installments' of seats. AH-vlnyl upholstered
of ORANGE PARK 11.01 J Interior.I Over 2,000 ibs.DVTUIU .
Tinted glass
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... and I 1-275 Jax By Pass So:of Jax.
"Ti Naval Air Station, Orange Park =

OPEN MON.thru SAT. OPEN SUNDAY FROM 1 P.M.TO 11 P.M.
FROM4:30 P.M.TO 10 P.M. Cocktails Served on Sundays WAGON PICKUP SPORTS CARS I
Clostby In Southwest J.x

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New Uniforms Replace li Review BoatdAnalyzes
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Traditional : .':
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'BellBottoms'Wash. ,", }, ,:
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\ :," \',,' : :;Ji.{.,' t;',;: ,; :<",;:i i;I,;,;.,\ \' '.)"'?. t ... August, the Petty Officer
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D.C.-The traditional 'bell bottom with jumpers' .Ii' :: \oom.:. :,!:!,(,,'I, ;r,, 1i 1- Quality Control Review Officer
\ Board (formerly the Petty
and white 'sailor hat' will fade
into U.S. Navy
history July 1, 1975 when wearing of the enlisted dress \j'j" } ; 1 Board)will Performance be held to analyze Review the

uniform new lightweight blue uniform with a double- ; ti : performance of E-7-8-9 petty

breasted coat,white shirt, straight trousers, black tie ; : : officers.

and Officer-CPO type caps with special insignia-become The Board will evaluate
: 6.
mandatory.In standards in their financial

effect, it will bring the Navy to purchase the uniforms '' '..,,..,.' .. responsibility, sobriety, per

into line with its sister servicesby voluntarily at this time from I' .. '..; ;,. Ji formance personal behavior evaluation, record reports of,
providing one uniform from Navy uniform shops, every effort f\ ;: : discipline and performance of
to admiral. Additionally will
be made
seaman to introduce the
Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, chief of uniforms as soon as possible. The ,if;! ., duty
Naval Operations, believes it will reason for the delay is needed to 'f1fJI' Those who are not keeping the
represent the concept of one reduce inventories of present .i.". accepted standards may be
Navy, one united in purpose, uniforms and materials. :: :, "i i advised to retire or join the Fleet
striving for common goals.In Cost of the new uniforms will be i Reserve.They may be processed
announcing the new uniform taken out of, the enlisted man's for administrative separation, be
change, which will first be clothing allowance, which is ,given a letter of warning which
available and authorized for expected to be Increased. Officers may need approval of the chief of
wear July 1, 1973, Secretary of will continue to pay for ,.. Naval Personnel before
the Navy John Chafee said the uniforms from their salary ...,.... reenlisting or they may be
change was the result of a study It is recognized that there is a ..- '. .f'a ..."-,"'W...,, ;'.. reduced to the next lower rate.
by personnel among the ranks great sentimental attachment to ; ..

over a prolonged period. the current 'bluejacket' enlisted OLD BLUEJACKETS NEVER DIE... Tlwy'll |lust M wy ... No quotas are assigned and the
Besides the unique hat insignia, uniform both Inside and outside Navy history when the'new enlisted men's uniforms make their debut Board functions will not affect
the lower rates will also have the Services. Nevertheless the in 197) The lightweight Service Dress Blue Uniforms ire a result of high-performing petty officers.
different arm insignia from uniform has been the subject of careful study by the uniform study board of selected personnel from For more details check with the

chiefs and officers. Additionally. conversation and study among enlisted ranks. Personnel Office.
.L L "
ine new uniform win oe retained.
Officers will not be required to Commendation AwardedTo
have the Service Dress Khaki
uniform. Although tropical khaki Now You Can
and tropical white uniforms will FICEUR CaptainJax

be retained, a summer weight REALLY LIVE !
Service Dress Blue uniform will -The Navy CommendationMedal 1969 to April 1, 1971. v
be authorized. was awarded to Marine The colonel's citation stated
Chief Petty Officers will not be LtCol. George Cumming here at that he demonstrated the'highest
required to have either Service Fleet Intelligence Center, U.S. degree of leadership and
Dress Khaki or Service Dress Naval Forces, Europe management skills in im-
White. They will also retain (FICEUR) by Capt. E.R. plementing most successfully the
tropital whites and khakis and Sourbeer Jr. Reserve Fleet Project Program
will have a summer weight LtCol. Cumming received the which enabled his department to
Service Dress Blue uniform award in recognition of his dramatically increase by three-
added to their seabags. meritorious service as head of fold its production capability. .
Although men will not be able the Naval Operations Department 'Additionally reads his .).
at FICEUR from July 1, citation, 'as the Navy's rollingi
representative on the European '
.
MADAME RUBY .F Command Intelligence "'/M.- ..,+ __ 0' ;i><.y-*.. """ ifc MM"'pim| |

Palmist Reader Cumming Production was Board highly, effective LtCol. 3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES

& Advisor and influential while assisting in $22,000 $26,000
Advises In all the planning of the use of the .
VA and FHA FINANCING
problems of life. European Command's intelligence
No matter what your resources, thereby Salesman at Knoll Drive 10 am til 6 pm Dally-
problem may be.. of other
ezf earning the respect
Madame Ruby will solve It. s representatives. The Rolling Hills C-12
Madame Ruby

guarantees to help you
3141 Hwv.17 So. Orange Park WIN AVOLKSWAGEN
PHONE 264.2022 ,.
(Look for our sign
2 blocks past Inlet Marineon
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SALUTE AND SECURE IT WASN'T TOO HARD LCpl. Philip W. Jensen receives a letter of
Saluting his fellow Seabees for congratulations for his high scholastic achievement at the Aviation
V5: I1 S the last time, E01 Joe Penley is Electronics School here from LtCol. D.O. Ranney, commanding officer -
piped over the side at CBU-410, of the Marine Air Reserve Training Detechment. Jensen, a
ending a Navy career of more member of the Marine attack Squadron (VMA) 142, earned a 92.55
4 than 20 years. Of benefit to the scholastic average In the 22-wttk school.HE'S .
r entire Unit was Penley's 'last
that all the Sea Bees be
request'
PROMOTED PATIENT In a unique switch where a nurse
becomes a patient, Lt. (fig| ) Linda A. Clore (NC receives her half. permitted to secure for the day.
I stripe from Capt. Marcella Smith, chief nurse at the Naval Hospital The request was granted, and
here. Witnessing the ceremony Is Capt. R.R. Glllespy Jr., acting everyone headed for home .. :. ...
commanding officer of the hospital. following the ceremony.
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STAYING WITH ITI Sgt. John M. Longshore receives an
Honorable Discharge prior to reenlisting In the U.S. Marine Corps for
six more years June 11. Offering personal congratulations is LtCol.
I L.E. Blanchard, MATSG commanding officer. Sgt. Longshore has
received orders to NAS Memphis where he will attend AMS 'B' School.



.. .- -- *- -_ ...

A CAREER CONCLUDES RMC Jack A. Boyce accepts I certificate of retirement from Capt. iMmimMIIIINMIIMiniMMHIIttmilNMHIIMMIHIIIIHIAL/ '
W.J. Pressler Jr., commander Fleet Air Wing 11, as he ends a career totaling 30 years of Navy ser. BONATI
vice.The certificate mentioned that Chief Boyce's knowledge and experience has contributed greatlyto
the overall excellence of FAW-ll's Communications Department.
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Entertainment nifely, Quarterdeck Lounge A. Dine at Biser's Seafood
this shaved Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial, Phone, Olympic
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without using any water.And ffP JACklDNVlLE oUA If w

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clean shave. beard and holds it there for
as long as Within walking distance to all points of interest.
The reason he got such a clean it takes you to shave.
shove Is the moisture In Rise! The point we're trying to
A lather needs moisture,needs prove is this:
wetness, so your beard won't dry out If our man can get a smooth,
beneath It.And. clean shave using Rise with no water, Martin Tire
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY.

Publisher CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Movie Schedule
Call
JAX. AIR NEWS ; : 388.2755.

NAS Jacksonville I AdS Should
b.
mailed' to arrive' not later than
I
Tuesday
for publication the following Thur bay.
I"
AdS
LATWINGER arriving too 'late for this deadline will be
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE Published the fOllowing week Thursday,June 17
I PubliSher Sick 5recefvVeSrwTMrIhe
J1 instructed oth.rwile. A NAS: '2001 : A SPACE Color horror starring Sandra
full cost of the ad must be ODYSSEY' Color space epic Dee, Dean Stockwell and Joanna
copy for the
I : ad. starring Keir Dullea and Gary Moore. GP 'G' (90 mins).

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 Lockwood. G 'E' (160 mlns). HOSPITAL: STRANGER IN

Jacksonville, Florida : Per additional tine (words per line) soc HOSPITAL: 'HOUSE THAT TOWN'
: SCREAMED' Color horror

starring Lilll Palmer and Tuesday,June 22
-_._ ..........
--- -- -- Christina Colbo. GP 'G' (94 NAS: TELL THEM WILLIE

+ ORANGE PARK mins). BOY IS HERE' Color western
EMPLOYMENTS }
\ 2 BR., Apts. furn, or unfurn., Dish. 8 cyl., IMS MUSTANG Friday,June 18 starring Robert Redford and
washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth speed IMS PLYMOUTHSta. $795. NAS: 'TWO MULES FOR Katherine Ross. GP 'E' ((96
OENERALOFFICEPut AptS., 771.1405 or 771.3355.3BR.UNFURN. Wagon. $450.W4 SISTER SARA' Color western 'mins).

your office skills to work and earn CHRYSLERNew comedy starring Shirley HOSPITAL: 'DUNWICII
HIGH PAY. Work when & where you Fenced back HOUSE Yorker, 4-door, hardtop. $450. Maclaine and Clint Eastwood.GP HORROR'
yard ,
carport $120.
mi
wish. NO FEE. Call: FORD
Louise 'VG' (117 mins),
NORRELL T. Bailey Falrlane, 2-door hardtop $350.
Temporary Services 1.3605 Broker Plenty of used cars from $195 to HOSPITAL: '2001; A SPACE

396.5371 FOR RENT $995. Financing avail. ODYSSEY'
6 Rm. House, partially furn. $140 per Royce Smith Used Cars Saturday June 19
JOE'S HANDYMAN SERVICEThe mo. Call George, 724.7947. Sat. only 8. !SS7CassatAve.Phone NAS: 'SPEEPING BEAUTY'
Impossible we do Immediately. 5, 724.3884. 384-3658 Color animated cartoon. G 'E' I J
Miracles take a little longer. House
painting, household repairs, minor FOR RENT FOR SALE ((76 mins). .j\ ,
appliance repairs, screens, fixtures, Lake House completely furn. on 65 Chevelle Sta. Wagon, Good Con HOSPITAL: 'TWO MULES
glass,etc. Joe Hurwitz, 264.4135 (USN Spring Lake. Near Goldhead State dltlon. After 5 p.m 772-7230 FOR SISTER SARA' DEER
RET.Ret.) Park. Call Lee Turnage NAS Ext. 3812or
call Keystone Heights collect. 473REAL Sunday,June 20
3477. 61 RAMBLER WAGON NAS: 'A STRANGER IN SPRINGS ESTATES
NURSERY ATTENDANTS 6 cylinder, auto. trans., R&H. $340.
For Church Nursery, Sunday Mornings ASTROMOTORS TOWN' Color western starring
3894043. "l. "! ESTATESCASHI """ ,,'. 6566 Normandy Blvd. Tony Anthony and Frank Wolf ...ATKEYSTONE
: GP 'VG' ((85 mins). HEIGHTS
HELP WANTED FEMALE 68VW HOSPITAL: 'SLEEPING MOBILE HOMESITES
Secretary, Full Time, typing White, black vinyl Int., pop-out rear
required. Continental Ins. Un We buy,sell,and trade eqlties. windows, custom exhaust, bumper BEAUTY'Monday Clyde W. Simpson & Co
derwrlters.1 388.7676. Louise T. Bailey guards. $1195. Walter Morrow, Bks. ,June 21 REALTOR 3566849VOLKSWAGEN
7713605 Broker 544. NAS: 'DUNWICH HORROR'
LAWNS EDGING & MOWING
Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We 'HIDDEN WATERS' 19S4 PLYMOUTH
clean up the mess and leave It.neat. Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots Door Green. New auto. trans. Call
Call Hart, 771.3211 Ext. 8340. .II.. ... -.
available.swimming.Excellent Mobile Home fishing area., boating Also, 2649589. v ';1\1 jj ijI iiitl.ifS"m:;::; :::::::'" ':;::" ;1t\Dt: : ?W r
S' :1
permanent home area. High, wooded
:MtSCEC'C'A'N! E' ij'S' r lots. E.Z Terms. One mile E. Lake CHEVY IMPALA %
,
Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 725.3992. Door Hardtop. V 8, auto. trans., ;; ( : ''f

R&H. $520.ASTRO MOTORS : INC

MOBILE HOMES: > 6566 Normandy Blvd. .. ... .. .... .... ..........:.. ....... ..... .. ... .. .........- ..... .. ..
GEORGE'S KENNELS .. .
Est 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded.
Pick up & Delivery Available. FOR RENT 1967 SATELLITEAT
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. Large private trailer lot.50x130' with R&H Ex. Cond. $1095. 388.4741
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard Elect. Pwr, Water, and Septic Tank.
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 Approx. 2 ml. So of Orange Park. 1969 15'TRIHALL
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. Conv to schools and shopping Avail 1 Fiberglass boat. 45 HP Electric Start.

July Ph. 2649642. $1350. 3896419.
BeE A RADIO OR

TVANNOUNCERRecorded JUSTISS TRAILER PARK DUNE BUGGY
message by leading an. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Deluxe show model, Kelly Green,
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. trailer and Apts. 389.3007.VA white trim. 737-2890.
355.2944.
FINANCINGNo
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS money down on New Star Mobile n KARMANN GHIA
Consoles some with AM.FM, tape Home, Bill Vernon, CPO, USN Ret.S Coupe, R&H. $540
players. At dealers cost to liquidate &J Mobile Homes ASTROMOTORS
stock. Full warranty) Phone 7710409. 3708 Philips Hwy 6566 Normandy Blvd.
398 8926TRANSPORTATION
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE NICE $MUSTANG V-l
Auto AC, Room units, Central' Units. \- AT, PS, Good running, Fair body \
Repairs. Reasonable. > : ,: :,' 62,000 miles,5,000on Wide Ovals. $700. tO
Tyler's Heat 368-5161 and Air Condo Call HN ARNOLD at 7722422. .G

4711 Pa I m er Lake Shore 64 FALCON DOOR HARDTOP CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS
6 cylinder, stick, R&H. $520 1968 FORD MUSTANG
ASTRO MOTORS 6 cyl., rough shape, runs well, ac. "5
.'6566 Normandy Blvd. cepting bids.
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH ,
Wllford's.Fish Camp. 264-9707. 1970 DODGE CORONETPS I" ,
ATLANTIC RENT-A-CAR AC, 8 cyl., AT, excel cond. $2675. '
BABYSITTING 18 yrs. and up. Free Delivery. 387- Call Ron Rohrer
Riding Lessons, Horses boarded. 772- 5413. Prices start at $400 day, .05 Ext. 2431 or 387.5622 o
8862. cents a mile. WE

ART LESSONSFor That's Rlghtl Win a Volkswagen'Bug'

young people, age 11 to 17. Phone FINANCE'o ABSOLUTELY FREE! Noglmmlcks, strIngs.
3885984. lust register now at

Westslde Volkswagen during their..
APRICOT MINIATURE POODLES ,
Color and line bred, puppies with ex.
pedigree. 6 weeks old beauties. 771- "LUCKY SEVEN"BIRTHDAY
0215 except weekends. xy. 2

FOR SALE j\ PARTY
Mahogany dining table with 4 chairs,
$75. 389.6040 evenings. jyf YOU MAY BE THE LUCKY WINNER!


And you'll be SURE to win with big savings now If

AKCMINIATURE SCHNAUZERS you select one of the really great 'Birthday Bugs'
Wormed & Ideal for children.
shots
.
387.2569, that Westslde Volkswagen Is offering on their
quality used cars. Savings even more than their

customary prices are the word at Westsldel!
FOR SALE
7813190.Crib with Innerspring mattress, $30. SHOP THERE TODAY

SAVE THERE TODAY
FOR SALE
German Shepherd, no papers, to be WIN THERE TODAY .
sold at reasonable price to a person .
with large yard. 264.5827. ; p ,..as Westside Volkswagen celebrates
Seven Years of Service to North Florida I
SPANIELS > <.
AKC COCKER 4d

Wormed, shots, 4 months old. $55 389- .. .. .. .. .. .....:.
:.:
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WILMAR APTS. .

Air Conditioned, Bedroom, Living so
Room, Kitchen, Bkfstnook, parking ?
space for 2 cars, water, sewage, ----- ": ; : f0 {:
mwo..e: f*OAYtO8tS: ATIIROA YI: >< f
garbage, lawn service Furnished RAQUEL WELCH is holding something in her loft hands and the
$120. Unfurnished $100 plus 4 percent may give it to you if you can guess what it is. An elephant, you .;$fili M Wi.iMW ;!4. Ylr.Pf.r.M.MNPMNMIJUNE : :
sales tax 3892541 Weekends, 389 .,-
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l Civil Service-- NewsStationEstablishes I






New




I Minority Hiring Goal


By Jim Bellinger

Jax Navy policy provides that efforts arc to be directed toward bringing

minority group representation In all occupations and levels in the work force up\

RETIRING EMPLOYEES Displaying the retirement plaques to that of their representation in the recruitment area.
conducted by Capt. R.T.
which they received during a ceremony
Hardy, Public Works officer, are: (front row L to R) Alma Harris, The numerical goals and Legal rights of employees, for have potential for advancement
of
Lizzie Seward,and Essie Gardner; (back row L to R) Arthur Jenkins, timetables policy recently example, returning from overseas of occupations which are identified.out
Glen Davis,Joe Hulbert, John Long and James Fletcher. established is not designed to assignment, military ser- balance should be
should be
fully achieve this objective. It is vice, etc., will not be reduced by Training programs
Civilians Receive only designed to overcome the use of numerical goals, neither designed to insure advancement
those
for em-
most serious problems in will merit promotion proceduresnor opportunities
adversely ployees as well as others.
minority employment. It rights of employees
group
make
to levels and occupationswith affected by reduction in force. Management should
20 30 Year Pins applies substantial employment, 20 Navy policy requires that every effort to motivate all in
or more, which are significantlyout positive action be taken to find employees to participate
of balance, less than 75 ways to locate and attract training and to Include all employees
Jax-Civilian employees who SECURITY DEPARTMENT percent of recruitment area qualified minorities and to Include in making work
recently received either 20 or 30 20 Year Pins representation.Numerical. those already on the rolls in assignments through which skills
year pins are: Woodrow Ward,Wiley Siplo,Fran goals are not training that will assure them the may be acquired necessary. for
SUPPLY DEPARTMENT cisco Afllejev- inflexible quotas, but are planned same opportunity others have to promotion.
20 Year Pins targets which serve as guidelines be promoted to those occupationsand This system does not provide
William Abernathy John Anders, PUBLIC WORKS for reasonable expectations.While levels which are significantly for the formal establishment of
Ruth Brady, Charles Brown, 20 Year Pins goals must be challenging, out of balance.In goals for minority groups which
Cary Brugh,Willie Bryant,Hazel Harry Lebeuf, Hugh Tapley, at the same time they must be order to achieve numerical represent less than 5 percent of
Clark, James Collins, Maxwell Monroe Peake, Raymond realistic and achievable. They goalsmanagement should make the recruitment area populationnor
Flanders,Capers Griffith,Larent Mayberry, William Brown, must be based on known facts sure that minorities within the for women.Management.
Halstead, James Harper, Gloria James Shiver, Douglas Watson, such as availability of qualified range of choice are given equal still has a continuing
Harris, Frank Henderson, Nettie Armond Sangillo, William candidates and anticipated consideration in the selection obligation to aggressivelypursue
Jackson, Lenore Klnble, Edith Mahrley, Fred Bess, Charles retrenchment or expansion. process. To get more minority the Federal Women's
McLeod, Earl Palmquist, Burice Halbohn. Goals will be established on a 12 candidates within the range of Program and other affirmative
Treakie, Earland Wentworth, month basis for achievement by choice,recruitment for training action efforts to insure
Clarence Williams, James 30 Year Pins November 30 of each year and efforts should be Increased. meaningful progress toward the
Williams, Ernest E. Pennington, Gordon should overcome 'significantly Both formal and Informal ultimate Department of the Navy
30YearPln Miller, Louis Kleffner, Daniel out of balance' situations withinone training should be used to increase goal of a fully integrated work
Kenneth Seefried Buie, Joe Hulbert. to ten years.ltX.'I'.ti employees' opportunity force in all occupations and
advancement. Minorities who levels.


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The USO Club at 318 N. Ocean St., Jacksonville, is in the process of
modernizing and remodeling its present facilities according to G. Rodman

s Porter Jr., president of the local USO Council.

Porter explained that the checked in for more than six pool tables two record turntableswith
renovation would change the hours would be placed in another ear phones, one German
whole personality of the USO room for a fee of 10 cents per dayor football game three ping-pong
a program. lie said that the cloak $2 per month.At tables stereo speakers on the
room at the immediate entranceto the entrance of the dance floor and two speakers In
VT the club will become a 'check remodeled club, guests will be the pool area (tor two free jukeboxes
point' where military memberscan greeted by a receptionist and an If the servicemen prefer),
check hats, coats, etc., and open counter where everythingfrom a popcorn machine, and a large
Junior volunteers can check their tour Information to movie screen designed to accommodate
purses for free. Anything being checking out equipment will be the contemporaryfilms
available. In the evenings, shown on weekends.
volunteers will operate this Executive Director Edward
,
'. Jax Navy central information station. Bailey noted that the senior
Equipment to be offered will volunteers who chaperone the
\ Include greeting cards, writing dance' and the disc jockeys who
Supports paper,pens, pool balls ping-pong work on a strictly volunteer basis
paddles, soap and towels shoe play an intricate part in the '
'. shine materials table games and overall operation of the USO.
". Youth JobsJaxThis 'ear sets' for stereo record Without their assistance, he
listening. stated the program could never
Next to the information be accomplished. ,
month 85 young counter, separate offices have There are more than 75 junior
people between the ages of 16 and been set aside for programming.These volunteers and 30 senior volun-
Ole OpryAll 18 will have an.opporunity to put include a bookkeeper'soffice teers in the overall program who
to use their job talents and skillsat and an office for the club's are to be congratulated for their
first and second class petty officers are urged to bring their various offices and depart- Executive Director, Edward F. contributions. Bailey also ex-
wives and girlfriends out to the Acey Ducey Club Saturday evening fora ments aboard this station. Bailey. pressed gratitude to the church
night of top-notch country western entertainment by that famous These teenagers, most of who The modernized club features a groups that conduct vesper
star of the 'Grand Ole Oprey' George Morgan. come from disadvantaged neigh partition separating the ping- services and provide refresh
borhoods,will work here 25 hoursa pong table from the reading and ments for about 300 servicemen
Wives Travel PavOK week for eight weeks. An ad- recording area. Adjacent to the every Sunday. The piano was
ditional 75-80 youngsters will be private TV room is a convenient overhauled for their benefit
eI employed at tenant commands in snack bar.Moving .
WASHINGTON-Navy per- a member marries prior to the the area. Their salaries will be upstairs to the second
sonnel are entitled to tran- effective date of orders, he is funded by the NeighborhoodYouth floor, one will find a dance floor WIN AVOLKSWAGEN
sportation for their dependentsfrom presently eligible for dependent Corps, and the aim of the and a separate room for movies
the place of marriage to travel subject to the following program will be to promote the and disc jockey presentations.When .
their new duty station. As long as limitations: young employees' awareness of the area isn't being used
Service members who marry their own abilities and of for dances, it is occupied by two
NX Changes after detachment from their old possible future job openings portable ping-pong tables and a
duty station, but prior to the available to them in the Navy. 'quiet room' especially for ser-
effective date of their orders, are This is the fourth consecutiveyear vicemen who need a place to
From Cans entitled to transportation for that Naval Air Station study during their off-duty hours. t
their dependents from the placeof Jacksonville has participated in An art room and telephone
marriage to the new duty this event. Past programs of this booths have also been installed.
To Bottles station, not to exceed the en- nature have proven beneficial to Program Director Gordon SeePage
titlement from the old duty both the Navy and the young Hurd listed the latest additions In It
Jax-All beverage vending station to the new. Most of the individuals involved. equipment as follows: two 4x8
machines aboard this air station eligible involved in this en-
will switch from cans to retur- titlement would be those who
nable bottle containers by orderof married during the 30 days leave
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I MARTD Wins Championship

Jax Swim TeamI .
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Jax-Paul Jasko rolled a siz- Championship. FalrJax No. 2 2828 to 2621.
NJST members participated in the Cocoa Beach Swim Club The 'Wild Ones' were champsof
zling 603 series here last Thursday Putting together games of 195,
Spaceport Invitional Swim Meet on Sunday, June 13. Members to lead the MARTD 'Wild 190 and 218, Jasko and the other the Continental League and
home total of 12 medals and ribbons as evidence of of the
brought a Ones' to the intrumural Bowling 'Wild Ones' trounced Com- ComFairJax champs
their efforts the 50 meter Long Course events. American League.


Patti Milewski Bill Terry BuickDefeats The Atlantic League winners,

11 & 12 Girls 200 Meter IM lit place 2:47.7: the 'Good and Bad' finished third
11 & 12 Girls 100 Meter Free 3rd place 1:09.6: while VW-4 of the National
11 & 12 Girls 100 Meter Breast 3 rd place 1:31.2: 91-ers 6-5 League finished fourth.

11 & 12 Girls 100 Meter Back 4th place 1:22.1:

Steve Kuneger Sherman Pulmono supplied the
Jax-The Navy Ortgea League
11 & 12 Boys 100 Meter Back 2nd place 1:22.0: FINAL STANDINGSWild
with two-run double to
(NOL) Championship was won by power a
11 & 12 Boys 200 Meter IM 3rd place 2:54.5: Ones IM
Bill Terry Buick when they drive in the winning run in the
11 & 12 Boys 100 Meter Breast 3rd place 1:33.1: CFJ No.2 W
scored three runs in the bottom of sixth. The 91-ERS scored a run in
11 & 12 Boys 200 Meter Free 6th place 1:10.7: the sixth inning to defeat the 91- their top of the sixth to take a 5-3 Good&Bad 4-8

Susan Fitzpatrick ERS by 6-5' l lead going into the sixth. It looked VW-4 3-9
13 & 14 Girls: 100 Meter Free 4th place 1:10.7: like the 91-ERS had it sewed up,
13 & 14 Girls 100 Meter Fly 4th place 1:23.5: Navy-Marine when they had two outs and the
13 & 14 Girls 200 Meter IM 4th place 3:00.0: bases loaded when Pulmano
13 & 14 Girls 100) Meter Breast 6th place 1:37.5: Bowling Scores came to the plate., WIN AVOLKSWAGEN

Note: The bold print denotes medals won. VP-45 33w7.825 Bobby DeGuzman was the
winning pitcher as he went the
Amble 1M 24.16.600 1
Power Boat Club Holds 1st MeetingJaxThe Bks,584 24.16.600 distance showed for Bill Terry. Both
e Sidewinders 23.17 .575 teams a lot of sportsmanship -
and playea their hearts
Navy Jax Power Boat The power boat club is still The Mets 23.17 .575

Club held their first official seeking new members and Invites BaUBearings 22.18.550 out.The roster for Bill Terry Buickis

meeting June 8. A club con- all active duty and retired The Auto Zeros Bahns 22.18 .550 K Richardson,B.McGovey, R.
525
stitution was adopted and five military and civil service employees Black Shoes 21-19 ..475Murray'sTavern Terry, S. Pulmano, B. Hard, D.
19-21
officers were elected. to join.Recently the club Gobler, B. DeGuzman, J.
held an outing at the Sleepy Tooth 16w24 .400 Howard, B. Madison, D. SeePage:
Patchers 16-24 ..400Ptrates'Tavern ;
Lagoon up Black Creek. Milstead, J. Gobler, B. IT
Take your baby The next club meeting will be 15-25 ..375Smltty.s Corothers, J. Sloan, K. .DeGuz I
Grunts .275
conducted Tuesday, June 22, at 7 11.29 man, D. Kldwell.
at the sail boat club house. Lightning Strikes 11.29 .275
p.m. Bill Terry Buick is managed by
For further information con- Tom Edwards and coached by

cerning the Navy Jax Power Boat SWD Wins NOL Leville Richardson.The .
to a specialist.WE Club, contact any one of the boys are all looking for
following officers at the Jax SWD team, managed by ward to another year like this ;-t
MAINTAIN IT telephone numbers listed: R.F. Kuzia and sponsored by one, when the season begins

WITH LOVING CARE Jack Bower, commodore-Ext. Stockton, Whatley, Davin and again next year.

TOM BUSH Volkswagen 3313; L.J. Kilchrist, vice com- Co., Realtors, defeated Suddath, TROPICAL
modore-Ext. 3538; Diane God- 5-1, In the NOL (Navy Ortega
Ieeqeeq s9 frey, secretary-Ext. 3449; or League), nationally recognized Body & Paint
Martin Foster, public relations member of the Little League r' tt t- I

9850 Atlantic Blvd. officer-771-7948. Baseball Incorporation, -t ,i Ie.r SHOPOPEN

Wllliamsport, Pa., In the major / /. DAILY 8 to 6
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 15
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I J ax X'hers Endure CompetitionWell


Flier fans, it was another each of the i
tough weekend for your team would have games won all they probably errors. And that was all they
They lost four games to Robins couple of four. But a needed as they took it 61.
errors and
AFB last weekend, extending mistakes in the field a few mental The night cap saw the game
their losing streak to 12. opposition to allowed the tied M going into the sixth but
innings. come up with big again the Robins team had the Y

But things are starting to look In the first big inning scoring four runs on 1
up. They got some hits and even Fliers were game Friday the four hits and one error. The ,
scored a few runs. In fact, had It the fifth but trailing the 1.0 going into Fliers tried to come back in the
not been for one bad inning in scored Robins team seventh scoring two runs on
5
runs on five hits and two singles by Tom Tenhagen, and '
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T .1.I..I..I..I..I.T I'J,I..I T I..I..I.! Tom Allred of with : : ,
I..I..I.! !,I..I.I..I! ..x Weapons men :
on. It wasn't enough though as _
the Fliers dropped it 5-3. ..*. .
1' .
I Jax Sports Briefs In action Saturday, Robins .
got two in the third and one in the ,, '/
fourth to jump out to a 3-0 lead. :",: I

"."I''I'I'I'I'1 I I'I I.I tl'i'pi'I'I"1'.1'.1".1".1.1"1.. .,'.....".'.1,.111111,'.-t'.....'0' The Fliers came back in the sixthto ri---1- 4/-> ,'
make it 3-2 on a lead-off singleby .

Women's Softball and Gus Terry Tucker, CFJ and a .. ;.,
Duliakis, NATTC. The double by Russ Seel, 679th and a
Athletic
Jax-The Office has only other
% participants Jim
are
couple of Robins errors. Robins
found that there are people Interested Heffner, A-C Maintenance ,
and came right back in the bottom of j
in starting a women's Dick Bailey, MARTD at 165 and the inning with three hits and two 1 ii I4' 1 t +
soCtba1l1eague. Bob Floyd, VA-203, 167. Four runs to win it 5-2.
If there are sufficient'units other men who started play with The final game of the series
willing to sponsor teams, a drew.
was a wild 8-6 affair with the "
r league for the ladies will be Fliers on the short end.
.
formed. Play will continue this weekend Robins had a 2-1 lead going into
Members of the team must be with 18 holes being played on both the second when they started
active duty personnel or Saturday and Sunday. (Too bad playing long ball with the Fliers' .. '"1,
dependents of active duty per they may miss seeing the U.S. pitching. Two walks, two singles
sonnel. Units interested should Open.)
and two home runs gave the INDIVIDUAL HONORS for the Sixth Naval District Pistol and Rifle
contact Athletic Director Frank Robins 5 runs and a 7.1 lead. matches held here last week was won by Lt (|Ig) P.S.Wa Ikowiak of the
McCaffery at Ext. 3239 as soon Scores
as
But the Fliers refused to roll
Fleet Training Center,Mayport. He shot a combined total of 1023.
possible. B. Bernier NARTU 76,72.1.8 over and play dead for them and
Golf G. Durant MATSG 76,77-153 came back in the sixth with four
Jax-The first 36 holes of play B.White VW. 78,77-155 runs on an inside the park Grand
have been completed in the J.Mabanta COMOFFMESS 77,81.158 Slam Home Run by VW-4's Bob VOLKSWAGEN
G. Duliakis NATTC
qualifying round of the Jax Navy J. Giannini Hospital 81 79,81.161,80.161 Dombroski Rich Bomberg,
Golf Team to compete in the sixth J. Heffner A.C Malnt. 80,85.165 MATSG ; Russ Seel, 679th; and INSURANCENOW
Naval District Open Division D. Bailey MARTD 81,84-165 Tom Tenhagen,Weapons were on
Championship July 5-9 at NAS B.B.Floyd Burt VA203 Hospital 84,83.167 base when the blast came.

Memphis, Tenn. G.Webb NARTU withdrew withdrew According to Athletic Director AVAILABLE FOR ALL CARS
Bill Bernier of NARTU is the F.Miller FICEUR withdrew and Coach Frank McCaffery,
leader at 148 followed by Guy L.:Gilliam FICEUR withdrew 'The Fliers have started hittingthe EXAMPLE: Male driver, married, age 23, good record.
Burant, MATSG No. 153; Brian ball and scoring the runs we Complete coverage Liability: $10 $20 $5 thousands,
White, VW-4, 155; and John need to win. If we can eliminatethe medical and uninsured motorists. Comprehensive, $100
Mabanta, COMOFF MESS, 158. mental lapses in the field and deductible Collision and Road service.
The four low qualifiers will make take away the big inning from the Above coverage on'69 VW SEDANANNUALLY
up the team. opposition we'll start winning our Above coverage on '69 CHEVY IMPALA $185 ANNUALLY
Three shots back tied for fifthat afi ) tuzz share of the ball games.'
161 are John Giannini Hospital
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The fliers will have. an op-
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