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Creation Date: August 22, 1968
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VOL. 26 NO. 22 (U, S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST '22, 1968




14 Local VPS Mad Foxes Win I



CPOs Get Naval' Air Force 'E'



1 i,,p+ & is r Jacksonville based Patrol tus during the past year and have
NewStars Squadron Five was named this demonstrated their skill in anti-

week to receive the Commander submarine warfare in numerous

Fourteen local chief officer Naval Air Force Atlantic Fleet exercises and training flights.
petty # Excellence Award fdr Battle Efficiency Under the command of Cdr.
were listed the hun- '
among and combat readiness in John R. Farrell,the Foxes squadron -
dreds throughout the Navy selected -
: Lk anti ubmarine"arfare.. also topped other competitors i
board for
by a Washington The Mad Foxes squadron won In a Fleet Air Wing 11 :
advancement to the top two pay the award in com ltionwith the administration inspection. Commander I

grades. other four squadrons of Fleet Air Farrel is a naval avia-
Two of the
promotions were Wing 11 over the past months tor and Naval Academygraduate.Nine .
effective with C. Keithof
Friday Vp -: 5 previously won the awardin other Atlantic Fleet Air
NAS advanced RDCS
being to 1963 and 1964. squadrons won battle efficiency
and P. W. Gerrard of ComFairJax -
During the competitive periodthe "E's" and three aircraft carriers -
being promoted to AFCM. Mad Foxes were deployedto the USS America, USS
Others in the be
area to pro- Sangley Point in the Phil- Essex and USS Intrepid were
moted include VP 45's W. C.
ippines and flew over 9,000 hoursin named the top ships within Air-
Clark who will advance
to
direct support of combat op- Lant.In.
AXCS October 16. Other Red
erations in Vietnam. The Foxes a message announcing the
Darters named the
on promotionlist accomplished the feat, which "E" winners, VAdm. C. T.
were _S. J. West to ADRCSon
,. set a new record for hours Booth II, AirLant commander
December 16 and R. D. Day
flown, without incidents or ac- said, "The keen competitiondis-
to ATCM on April 16, 1969. ;.
cidents. For the safety a played by all ships and units
From Patrol Squadron Five .
,/J.t.! ; ;; chievement, the squadron was was an ,important factor in the
L. Stephens is awaiting ad- ,:.". : awarded the Chief of Naval Op- high overall state of Nav-

vapcement to AOCS on Dec- TOP FOX-Cdr. John R. Farrell VP S erations Safety Award for last AirLant readiness in require-
ember 16 and R. E. Marks will skipper, paints "E"
be promoted to AXCS April 16. on fuselage of squadron Orion after squadron learned of its year. ments of S. E. Asia while at the
The Foxes have maintained a same time meeting undiminished
ComFairJax chief honor
officers
Monday.
petty 100 per cent "alpha" crew sta- commitments in the Second and
awaiting promotion dates

next include June D.16 S.and Soos R. Pickens to YNCM to 3 New Laws Help DisalWashington bled Vetsso Sixth the"heartiest commanding Fleets.:.,_congratulations officers, officers to-

ADCS 16.
February
Two men will sew on the stars (AFPS) -- Presi- were entitled to a training al- paid a service--connected dis- and, men of each winningunit
-
t from the air station's Supply De- dent,?Johnson: ,ha ,(made it clear lowance.. ability compensation from VA and my appreciation for the, I
partment. They are'W, Reddingto that America does not forget; 'The VA noted that President based on his degree of disabil competitive spirit of, all Nav "- :

SDCS on October 16 and the long lesion of brave men Johnson, in his special message ity. AirLant ships and squadrons.

Wave Chief B. M/ Mikesell will who have served in freedom'scause. to Congress on servicemen and President Explains !
'' veterans last January, called for Er.Niii' CorsesAvriiklt
join the E 8 ranks as 'a SKCS President Johnson explainedthat
next June 16. The occasion for President enactment: of the parttime,vocational the first law gives those

Other air station personnel to Johnson's remarks was the ceremony rehabilitation Islation. who need vocational rehabilitation It 2 Schuh

be promoted include D. C. Law- in which he signed; three It was explained that the full- the right to choose such
who will be measures that broaden and im- time Two local junior colleges will
son, promoted to vocational rehabilitation training on a parttime basis, so
DPCS October 16. He is assigned prove veteran benefits. training allowance remains at "they may work as they learn." soon begin evening classes in
to the Data Processing "We care for all ofthem,' the $110 monthly for veterans withno The other bills, he said, enable the Jacksonville area. Florida

Department. W. Raulerson of President said, "the 23 million dependents, $150 for veterans the government to increase pay- Junior College ends regular

Communications will advance to veterans of our wars; the 10,000 with one dependent, and $175 for ments to state and community evening registration between 6

RMCS June 16, 1969 and E. E. servicemen now returning to civilian veterans with two or more de- veterans' homes "to assure even and 9 p.m. on campus todaywitha

Lorry of the Fleet Aviation Electronics life each month and their pendents. higher standards of care for our one day registration period
dependent iUirvlvors. scheduled for Monday between
Unit
will become an former servicemen.
ATCS next February. 16. "Their sacrifices have earn- Partial Money 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Navy wide, 700 CPOs were ed our people's gratitude: their Permitted for the first time The President said, "these Registrations will be held by
selected for E 9 and 2974 needs demand our, ,nation's concern under the law three- three bills will help provide and St. Johns River Jr. College at
new are
," he said. sustain decent standards of care Orange Park High between 6 and
Here selected to sew on their time allow-
More Money quarters training and imaginative programs of help 8 p.m. Monday and during the
first starNews; of $80 $110 and $130 ,
ances ,
Under one of the measures for the men who have fought our same time period at Clay High
Briefs veterans with service-connected monthly respectively, for vet- wars." in Green Cove Springs Tuesday.
erans with no dependents, one
disabilities serious enough to
dependent and two or more de-
Disposal Sale qualify for vocational rehabilitation pendents. The newly authorized

There will be a surplus gov- training through the Vet- half-time training allowances are 1 rtk

ernment property sale at May- erans Administration are now $55,,$75 and $85 monthly.It 1I I
port Naval Station's Bldg. 412, eligible for parttime. training al-
beginning at 10 a.m. September lowance. Before the President was emphasized by the VA I

4. Military and civilian Department signed the new measure, only that in addition to the training

of Defense personnelare veterans taking full-time voca- allowance and costs, the eligible

eligible to participate except tional rehabilitation trainingThe service-disabled beteran, is al-

persons under 21 and those whose

duties are Property connected Disposal With the Pro-Defense Destroyer Hosts Weekend


gram, their agents, employees xtrxR
and immediate members of their

1 households. Visitors at Port Authority 4i

Relief Sewers Meet i,' ;

Mrs. Robert Campbell,'chairman } Newport, R. I., based 1966 she served in waters off
of layette sewing for the destroyer USS Fred T. Berry Vietnam with the Seventh Fleet

Navy Relief, has,announced there will represent the Navy this while providing naval gunfire
will be a Navy Relief sewing weekend at Jacksonville's 2nd support for allied ground forcesin
meet from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Annual Fort Authority Open the Mekong and Saigon River

August 28 at Bldg. 953. Mrs. House. delta areas. }

Campbell requested that ladies The announcement of the New- In 1967 the ship took pan ina

with portable sewing machines port destroyer's participation in major NATO exercise and

bring them to the sewing meet., the open house was announced early,this year assisted the Uni- pe"""}' w
Friday by RAdm. Robert J.Stroh ted Polaris
Hospital Needs Blood Kingdom submarine, Y S
commander Fleet Air Jackson HMS Resolution, complete the .,
The Naval Hospital Block Bank ville. first missile firing from a British -
is in critically short supply of The ship will be berthed at the submarine.The g.d.

types A and 0 and needs con- Port Author UyV Talleyrand Berry, which Is 390 feet I:

tributions of all blood tyres. The Docks, an will be open to the long and di.splaces3.fiOOton ,ha el 3

donation are needed for patients public from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. a crew of 14 officers and 235 a_._._._n .__
returning from Vietnam the both Saturday and Sunday. men. Commanded by Cdr.Charles -
Blood Bank, which te located on Commissioned in May 1945! ,: DeArmond, she Is equippedwith CHARITY BALL--Mrs. W.C. Forehand, ticket chairman of the

the ground floor of the Hospital the Berry has been on two around six' torpedo tubes, two drone Jacksonville Officers' Wives Club Fall Charity Ball to be heldat

has set Thursday mornings aside the world cruises since joining[ antisubmarine helicopters, and the 0 Club September 28, presents first ticket to RAdm.

for' civilians who wish to the fleet and has been active dur-' four five inch, 38 calibergunsvv.v. Robert J. Stroh, ComFairJax. Mrs. R.F. Falkenstein, reservation -

-Mn-t'i' ;'. 10 '....,. ipqr. jbe'.past. Jtbree.'.'Ye r; /...., ../ .'. .,.Y...".'.'.%*.'...' chairmaniwasalso/vU;.jtbtrpfAs.entation.v,-/,", -. ," 4i
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ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
i Edwards, Chapel

Are the OneWouldn't ._: _______ SUNDAY MASS -, 9 & 11 a.m.

4 : : DAIY MASS - 11:30 a.m.
e ,
A 1 SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
you think people would finally "get the w rd" about r f CONFESSIONS - 5 p.m.-
highway safety? With all command bulletins and lectures, news- .., la.. I. ----I 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
paper stories, advertisements and radio ,and TV spots that con- TUESDAY
tinually emphasize safe driving, you'd think the traffic death rate c.. ,, Single Young Catholic Organ-
would. decrease. ization - 7:30 p.m.
But, there's always that 10 percent -- the ones who either don't
pay any attention to the warnings pr figure they can't possibly U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
apply to.them. I St. Luke's Chapel
.Well it would sure be nice if all those guys paid some attentionso
the three-day Labor 1 Day: weekend this year wouldn't turn into n I Ik SUNDAY MASS ------8:00- a.m.
another motorized slaughter. How many of the 604 people who were 1 t I PROTESTANT
f MY
killed in traffic accidents. last Labor Day weekend didn't heed the it SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
warnings or were confident that tragedy would ,hit the other guys but !
not them. -y--
Unfortunately, people don't change much. There's going to be a -,-,.-.. All PROTESTANT Saints' Chapel l .,
needless slaughter on the highways again this year because people RETIRES--PHC James H. LeClare of VAP-62 is piped over ,: ;

the side after more than 20 years of military service. He was SUNDAY

leading chief of the Photographic Department here. CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.

Blgd. #722

r Navy Relief ServicesSecond Divine a.m. Bldg Worship 4# 722.Service10:00

Junior Youth Fellowship 6p.m.
Bldg. #/722. ,
Series
in a WEDNESDAYSenior .

Perhaps the easiest( way to squadron who in turn consulted Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.
explain Navy Relief Society policy with the wife of the leading chief. THURSDAY
is to say that Navy Reliefis They located a family in quarters Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
able to help wherever and at Cecil Field who graciously Bldg. #722.Christian '
whenever need is Science Service --
a genuine
offered to take the stranded
ti t SN'bs / P5 brought to the attention of the service wife and her children into 7:30 p.m. Bldg. #722.

Society by a person or persons their home and keep them until -,---t---
eligible for assistance.A r ,
repairs on the car had ,been
service wife in Jacksonville
just don't pay attention to cold, hard facts. I
They are going to. try and travel too far, too fast and to do too recently turned to NaVy Relief completed. Traffic j jI
much in three short days. They're going to try and cram every- when confronted by problems Concurrently, the Navy Relief I
thing they've missed all summer into one last holiday fling. -- and yond her control.lIerhusbandwas interviewer contacted the Insur-
for of them it will be their last attached to a squadron enroute
many flingIf ance company to see If insur-
they would only use their heads -- if they just wouldn't enjoy to Vietnam.By ance would cover the car re- I Violations [
themselves to the point of exhaustion so they're really too tired to late June the allotment pairs. An Immediate investigation -
drive long distances If wouldn't take that which she had received June 1
at high speeds. they just was started, but by the next
small chance of minutes and end was all spent.No extra money had The following is a report of
one to save a couple -- up losing morning It appeared that the Insurance -
everything. been received from her husband motor vehicle accidents'andtraffic -
But, you've been saying that all along ,-- If only people would since his departure, as no mail responsibility.At company would. not accept violations for the period Aug-
learn. If they would just be like you, everything would be OK -- had left the ship. Bills had as- ust 6 through 12.
they would remember to drive defensively ,and watch out for the cumulated, creditors were this point, Navy Relief authorized Number of Accidents
other guy. knocking at her door and food the garage to commence This Week . .. . 5.'.
Well, remember to everyone else, YOU'are the"other guy, the was'gone. work and the bill (approximate Total Accidents this year through
one to watch out for, the one that creates the problems -- the one Financial Assistance ly $375)) was paid by Navy Re- August 12. <. '. .'. 225
who will be a traffic statistic. lief. Finally, work completed on Number of ,Accidents through
If you aren't careful, they will be right. ((AFPS) Upon being Informed of the situation the car, the wife and children August 1967 . . 245
Navy Relief provided sufficient resumed their journey. Total number of days since last
financial assistance to injury in a motor vehicle acci-.

Save Your meet the Immediate emergency. dent . .. . . 27
SightThe The wife promised to rep.wwhen Takes Care Number of ViolationsThis ')

regular mail service was again The combined efforts of Week . . .16 :.
many
Florida Society for the Prevention of Blindness has pro- established. The following month Individuals aided this family. Involved Speeding . . .'. 1...
claimed September as Sight-Saving month.A the situation repeated itself, and In the effort was the wife Reckless Driving . : .1
primary aim of the Society's campaign during the month is to again more assistance was pro- of a serviceman who volunteered Going through Stop Sign 0
alert the total community to the many causes of blindness before vided.In her services and much need- Other Violations . .14
they strike. The Society maintains that half of all blindness.is pre- late July the wife received ed transportation after the return Sixty four drivers appeared
ventable. word that her husband was due of the family to Jackson- before the Traffic I tearing Board
Half of all the blind in the nation today are victims of a needless to be transferred in the fall to ville. The efforts of all these at the meeting held August 15.'
tragedy, according to the Society. In addition to those cases due to a row duty station. As her par- people ,prove that "Tlie Navy Disposition: of the cases included
the neglect in getting an early diagnosis and proper treatment of eye ents lived in that area, she decided takes care of Its own." the following: 10 lost driving
diseases, many are because of accidents. to move in with[ them until and parking prK'ilexes:; aboard'
According to'latest data from the Public Health Service's National arrival of her husband. So, During July the Jacksonville station for various periods; 13:
Health Survey, more than 40'per cent of the accidents causing vision in early August, after she had Auxiliary provided 36 gratuities were assigned to complete an
impairment in the U.S. today occur in the home. This represents a received her allotment and paid totaling $2,378, 69 loans total- eight-hour course in remedial
greater number than the combined number of at-workand automobile all remaining bills in this area, ing $5,560 and 100 other cases driving; three received suspensions -
accidentsIn which eye injuries are sustained she gave up her home here,'had involving{ financial counseling and ; six were given warnings;
To remedy 'this situation, the Society recommends that all mem- the Navy put her household effects service.:: In addition, the Navy 15: were dismissed; nine were
bers' of the family wear all-purpose safety goggles when mowing in storage, and with the 'Relief nurse instructed 100 fined (U.S. COM USSIONERand
lawns, burning trash, pruning bushes, spraying plants with insecticides children started the drive to herparent's mothers at the Naval Hospital three referred to command officers -
and while spreading chemical fertilizers. home. in the care of newborn babies for possible disciplinary
Car Trouble and 'made over 80 contacts in action. Sixty-four drivers were
The Society is an affiliate of the National Society for the preventionof the
homes of
newborn.
Blindness, Inc., founded in 1908, the oldest voluntary health, Shortly after leaving Jackson- assessed 167 traffic points.(
agency nationally engaged in,the of blindness
prevention through a ville the car started acting up.
comprehensive 'program of community services, public and pro- By the time she had readied

fessional education and research. Callahan something, was it was drastically obvious wrong.that a Uj l@$ !;, *f

The closest garage equipped to
Eternity Is TimelessnessBy repair the trouble was back: in
Jacksonville. So, it,became necessary .
to have. the car towed .

Cdr. V.J. Mahoney, CHC back The here.wife arrived on a week- JAX' AIR NE'W"S

People who have to punch the clock coming to and leaving from end and found ,space for herself ,
work probably learn to hate clocks and would just as soon punch and the children in the Naval Air .
the face, except that the clock record can affect their Income. Station Guest House. However, The lAX' "IJ NEWS 'is a Civilian enterprise newspaper
Most of us find that.witti time on our hands we can become bored, she was Informed that she would distributed each Thursday at the lK S. Nava! Air Station,
Jacksonville
but when enjoying ourselves, find that time flies. Time, then, can I have to move by Monday noon as a private firm.. Florida All by thr lIolt l'uhllshf"$1$ Company.
be a nuisance.We prior reservations( for the apartment NWS must be forwarded Cop submitted to the for use fl1 the J AX AIR
have expiration of enlistment (time), short-timers, two year Iud been made.In 2, Nt'S Jacksonville. by 12m noon Public on Monday Affair! Office before, ruhlication. Box-
tours, eight months deployments, duty hours, working hours and the meantime, the local News. items arc welcomed from all sources Tcie
even U.A'for 20 minutes. We can dine and dance, but hardly at garage reported she would needa phone 772 1I1+ or 3119.Advcrtiscmnits .
the same time.It new engine. The total cost
takes time to heal wounds, time to get married, time to retire, would be over $3.501Personal I ConecrnGip such arc should solicited br directed by the publisher and quer'e'
and, as the Good Book says, "There is a time to live and a timeto to:
Help The Holt
die. Publishing
Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
If someone asks us, usually we know what time It is. If asked t to This was the situation[ confronting Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388,.
2755AUGUST
define it, some of us do not know exactly what time I is, except that the volunteer Interviewer -
mostly it is a nuisance. at the Navy Relief office
VOL. 26
,Perhaps the Good Lord meant it to be this way as the Eternal Monday momin t. She immediately NO. 22 22. 1968
Reward which we hope awaits each of us is eternity, and one of the phoned the wife of the commanding -
synonyms in the dictionary for eternity is TIMELESSNESS. officer[ of the deployed


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CECIL -- ADJC James Q.
Shurling retired from the regu- -
war lar Navy recently after 20 yearsof
service in ceremonies heldin c
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VA-172 spaces. ,
Z dtr & Commander T.A. Francis,
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commanding officer of the "Blue ?
Bolts", spoke highly of the chief .
r> { { 'dri during the ceremony. Among his i
comments were that Chief Shurl-
Ind
i i Re1
ing is one of the best Chief X XI
Petty Officers I have ever known.He .
possesses every characteristic -
desired in a Chief Petty
Officer and 1 have yet to find a
fault. Proud of himself, his I
-,- A Wnr';: squadron, and the Navy, Chief

HAT SWAP..WOI I Rex E, Coe (I), Is presented his warrant Shurling is the personificationof OVER THE SIDE..ADJC James Q. Shurling is piped over
officer officer. hat by Cdr. Thomas E. Dunlop, VA-87 commanding Officer.the" "Navy Chief Petty the side by fellow chiefs, ending his 20 year Navy career. I

Chief Shurling's assignmentsover Command, Johnsonville, Penna., this squadron to have knownhim,
the last 20 years have included VA-12 ATU-206, NAS Pensa- and I congratulate him on behalfof
VA87 Chief PromotedCECIL : VF-41, VX-3, VF-31, cola, NAAS Saufley Field,NATTC the U.S. Navy which he has
Fas Ron 8, NAS Sanford, VF- Memphis, VA-172, VA-134.VA- served so well."
104, Naval Air Development 44, VA-45, VA-36, and VA-172
-- Aviation Fire Con- VA 87 since February of again for a last tour of duty.
trol Technician Giief Rex E. this year. Prior to reportingto Navy Wivfs Cdr. Francis further said of Can You
Coe was advanced to Warrant Of- the squadron, he was serving Chief Shurling that his historyof
ficer last Thursday during cere- with Fighter Squadron Fourteenat duty assignments is an example TAKE YOUR CAR
monies held in Attack Squadron Oceana, Va. He is currently #121 News of the diversity of experiences Mill YOU?
Eighty Seven spaces. Presenting serving on his eleventh year of that a man making a For Financing' and 'Insurance
Warrant Coe with his hat was active duty. During this time he career of the Navy can expect. Stateside. and Overseas Call
Cdr. Thomas ,E.. Dunlop, squadron has served in both fighter and attack CECIL -- Navy Wives Club His outstanding record makes DYER M. BURR
commanding officer. The squadrons. '#121 held their monthly business him a credit,to the "Blue Bolts"
promotion was effective from Warrant Officer Con is mar- meeting on August 13 in the fellowship and the entire Navy. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
June 15,1968. ried to the former Barbara hall of the station chapel. When Cdr. Francis presented FINANCE CORPORATION
Mr. Cue has been attached to Qwnes of Memphis, Tenn. During this meeting the following Chief Shurllng- with his Fleet and
plans were discussed. Reserve Certificate he said, "It INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
Two instructors Receive Two bake sales will be held, has been a pleasure for me and INSURANCE COMPANY
one in September and one in for all the pilots and men of 5615 Timuauana Rd. 771-027
I October. Further informationon
Awards at NAMTRADETSCECIL the time, date, and place, will I
be forthcoming in the JAX AIR

NEWS/AFTERBURNER. Oily 2% tries fren NAS JH Mill Gate
-- ATC Donald E.Lawrence former Miss Dolores Tajkouski, A "Welcome Aboard" coffee
has been chosen as "in- and their five children. will be held on September 24
structor of the Month"by NAMTDDet. for all newcomers in this area.It i
1016. VillalvaCECILAMS1Ishmael is hoped, that a good turn out ellllimataboR
Chief Lawrence reported a- L.Vil will be had. If you are new,
board NAMTD Cecil from HS- lalva has been designated "In- interested in learning about the
Quonset Point, R. I. He was structor of the Month"of NAMTD Navy Wives Club, the area, or
,coach of the Cardinals, the 1034A7)( ) for the month of July in' making new friends, attend
little league team sponsored by 198. He has been an instructorat this coffee.
NAMTG, which ,won their lea- detachment_ }034 since Decem- The next regular meeting of the A P T M i N T S
gue championship this year. ber 1965. club will be held on September 10
He, resides aboard the stationin His commendation read in pan: at 9:30 a.nv All enlisted wivesof 1, 2 ft 3 ..tlr... ,A.t.f .
quarters 144 with his wife,the "Your performance and devotionto Navy, Marine Corps,and Coast
duty as an Instructor is outstanding -' Guard personnel are invited to ,.. $131 ptr ....tll6L
and indicative of great attend.
NAVYAUTO pride in your service. You have Free baby sitting is providedin

been very instrumentsl in the the Chapel Nursery near the MATADOR! .the true tradition of old SpainIs
writing and up-dating of the train- fellowship hall.Civilian.
graciously reflected, both inside and outside,
for the AM rate..The
ing plan in these unique and appealing villas.,
.: cheerful and willing attitude with AwardsMr.
which you approach your duties v
denotes a high quality Navyman." E.O. Levriett, Cecil Field
INSURANCE Villalva reported to 1034 from Industrial Relations Officer,pre- Won r ..h.l.e1., 2, or 3 bedroom apartments Is
VF-24 In Miramar Calif. He sented two Certificates for Superior Offered with a maximum' of living space, privacyand '
and his family reside at 7330 ''Performance to two mem- an ideal' ,location In quiet rustic Orange Park.

Wending Court So., Jacksonville, bers of his staff Thursday, Aug- ,

1" i Fla. ust 8. uxurlous Spanish furniture, lush carpeting and
Receiving the awards were drapes, spacious dining area and over sized kitchens -
YOUR COMMIA1.7Y Mrs. Glenda Seldon, Staffing are but a few of.the distinctive features that
ftel' 1 Clerk (Typing); and Mrs. Mary make EL MATADOR Apartments the place for YOU I
; ltur9 Weldon, Staffing Assistant{ (Typ-
1 ing). -
}. The awards were presented under -
\\1'"l : ,4I the following criterion: S: .r Is4'd
\ .I "The evaluation of these em-
) t their Performance
; \ ,;,' .,rtltAK ployees on
$11B. Ratings Is sufficiently above normal -
job expectancy for one year K vvx$
i 1 OJJ.JY AOf)10'RiUPfVJRCNASIS based on assigned duties to be m.
If considered worthy special rec
9-24 ognition."

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-Ii VAP-62 I ____i___

rnerCommended I Y _'l g ., t I

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PNC Jerrel S.Harper was presented tVifttomti--' --- Consumer
Letter of By Phillip Weintraub industries. pro -
a Commendation -
j from Cdr., Burke E. classify stocks ducts\ have been a most successful -
Eakle [In roJcr to
for ,
commanding officer of Heavy Into certain( categories,, a meansof : accomplishment growth
minded corporations.
Photographic Squadron Sixty; classification must be estab-
McDonalds Corp., shows a pat-
Two
at morning quarters Aug. llshed. way of tern of undented \growth. Sinceits
the
proper
113t 1 Is.
14.PNC first stand which
I Harper was commendedon Identifying growth stocks? These specialized -
( stocks (In the concentration of orcprodm't
his departure' from the squadron f.1w stocks are termed .as rise at the firm sold over four
for
: duty with Enlisted Per- whose sale: and earnings '
sonnel Distribution Office Atlan- a rate faster than: that of the billion hamburgers. McD0n-
tic (EPDOLANT). economy. olds enjoys Its solely owned record -

The letter presented to PNC Most growth companies are ot perfect franchising? in

Harper read in part: "Your thor- > r. r 4J high In technology areas, but of the effect that in over 14 ye.1rf:
ough knowledge of administrative j rcw: ; course, this Is not essential. operation never has i McDonald::

procedures and requirements has Many times growth companies restaurant failed. Another
resulted in the extensive updatingof will be found in .areas: that are claim to fame is that inJ9GG
necessary files and instruc- considered moM ideal becauseof !) stockholders Voted a three
tive manuals and has effected a their cons tnnercxposure.This for two stock split, and in l 1tiS)

more efficient and a more readi- fields of retail a two for one stock split.In .

ly available source of information encompasses sales, building\ materials and 1966 Kn' paid a 25 percent
for the men of this command. stock divident. A three for
franc1lh e
j Your outstanding leadership and Out performing the market [Is one stock split was approved in

supervisory abilitfes are exem- the key to three franchise growth 10G7. Pillsbury,recent purchaser -
i plified by the high rate of advancement $tock Chosen as "stock-of- of the, Burger King[ ,chain,

enjoyed ,by your subordinates 1 the-year", for an over-tlte-coun- paid 100 per cent as a stock

i and the excellence of ter stock, was Kentucky Fried dividend in 1965

their military and professional ___.nm.__ Chicken Corp. Nor far behindIn Growth stocks have a strong

performance.", CHIEF COMMENDED-PNC Jerrel (0 I) receives Letterof the performance field was appeal to most investors,because
Harper (
PNC Harper reported to VAPr McDonalds Corp. Another franchise of the past records, however,
62 recently and assumed Commendation from Cdr. Burke E. Eakle, commanding officer growth stocks tend to be more
had a good growth
duties personnel supervisor. of VAP62. for his duty with EPDOLANT. operator
as year, not ,quite as spectacularas -suscep able JO price risks because -

:; the first two but Pillsbury they sell at high multiples.
Company, franchiser:for the Bur Alien a stock ellt a high

THE r A BUY TIRHS ger King Restaurants: and various multiple it can generally sway,

flours and food mixes showed one way: or the other as to its

great' (potential a; a growth earl ntability: .
r DUVAL ST. stock. With the wide spectrum of

I TIRE /twrn Growth stocks do nottopliere, information ava liable on different
t CIIff.MII'SWIIE r but encompass: a wide variety ofEagles growth stocks, i investors should
Rw R of ads
become aware newspaper
lily that offer booklets !1t 'l'IX1 ob-
SeeCopenhagen ligation. A local brokerage firm
j
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jI HOME OF THE UNIROYAL JIGERPAWS & current study of J-r growth
FAMOUS
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I DOWNTOWN I I I i I '38193834PLYNYLON Jax -- Six officers and ten velope to Philip Weintraub
I enlisted men of Crew Seven from NARTU PAD, NAS, Jackson: -

Patrol Squadron Sixteen,, commanded ville. ;.
I.11I by Cdr. R.II. 'Hoss, recently Next week: Fish die in our

completed five-day tripto Jakes, smoke fills:: the sky: t what

I.I Copenhagen 1 Denmark, and are we'doing about itand what
ArgcntLi, Newfoundland.Crew are tlur: leading illdti t['Ic:;.
I : \'en.lcd by LCUr.G.T.

I EI '1 Vi : McKenzie departed NAS for the Medicare Plan

non-stop flight to Vacrlose,Denmark -

a Royal Danish Air Force Assists Disabled
IUNIROYALI Base, located on the outskirtsof

Copenhagen. Upon arrival the Under the new military Medicare l-
it crew was met by their Danish Program, financial assistance -
ASW counterparts, members of
\ is now available for Service I
the Royal Danish 'Air Force
dependents who require special
.
Squadron801.After schooling due to learning dis-
a tour of base facilities, abilities.
Tlie Calhoun Center of 2000
a two-day it to Gipeuhagen. Park St., Jacksonville: !has: a
For of
most the men this
private school for children,with,
was the firt'I it this .
:; to Scan-
learning disabilities.( The tchool
dinavian city. offers individualized tutoring ni '
4 CORD TIRE After the vacation in the city,
subjects including reading spelling -
the
crew returned
to Vaerloseand
math, English, foreign languages -
SUPER
SAFETY 800
again were hosted by the
sciences skills
ttidy
I.r ,,q by Unleoyolm members of the Royal Danish vocational ;;
guidance and speech
x 1I( Air Forte.At this time theAmer- therapy.
ican crew conducted
tours aboard
Children .suffering from ,-
the squadron'n P3A Orion' air perceptual
4 impairment -- the inability -
0 craft. "Die Danes: were very impressed and/or recordaccurately
to
perceive
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95I with the of
maze: elc -
the -
symbols a printed
.tronic gear aboard and with the
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f* f ,81 .itd>.... ih lira Denmark) for 'Arucntia,,Newfoundland program
ti
,. of
II)'err co individual requirement:
mi2nd : where tile
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given a guided tour of the base ,
facilities dent i.x preschool OH the elementary -
by Patrol
e s WHEN YOU BUY THE 1st TIRE After spending -SyuadronTen.night level, prep.Hil1for
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AT OUR REG. EXCHANGE PRICE gentia, Crew Seven again: took to .le c. or planning" ., a business- c.\-\ '
reer. ;
Tire the air to complete the return' Further, information concerniing -

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WHIM YOU 8UY THI HIM AT OUR
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II ,-.. ..... .. Seeks V volunteers I .
SI" II 1 Operation Deep Freeze I
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for other than ca, ju, v<*, Sli (with wttj: 11-
The Navy Is looking for':volunteers units scheduled within three 3154)), SN, AFCAt,AD,ADR,ADJ,
to take pan in the 1969- local operations date, AT, ATN, ATR, AB, ABET AE,
y y F ,i, 1 70 Operation Deep Freeze. 'The months of their assignment reporting is AM, AMS, AMH, AME, PR, AS,
Navy supports two separate units unless such Chief of Naval ASE, AS1 1, ASH, AK, AZ, PH,
1 Detachment Alfa, which is the approved by the requested by the AN, HM, DT SD and TN. '
main body of those wintering Personnel or Those assigned to'VX-6 In the

rI .,, aver and Development Squadron Individual. at Me- ratings of RM, CYN, YN, AD,
k winteringover
e ,. i 6 VX 6)). Those Antarctica, are AT, AE, AK, PH and AZ haveto
I Applicants for.Detachment Alfa Murdo Station, InthePro- be able to qualify :,for a security -
r > winter over must have obligated eligible to participate College Educa- clearance to handle secret
i for Afloat
service to December 1970 gram
material.
r PACE), and rate 60 days
and applicants for VX 6 tion (
t. i r rr j before reporting to their
must have obligated service to leave
after leaving Teyl.nlllt.r..
April 1971. next duty station
? ,, USN personnel with I n s: u f Antarctica. .
,jl jlI I >;zr ficient obligated service must For Detachment Alfa officer'vol, theNavyIs L.y.w.y Plan,
for these
'III r execute a, conditional agree looking
extend their enlistment unteers: 13XX commander, as
ment to 153X / Although summer Is still in
prior to submission of their commanding lieutenants officer, wit h full swing the Navy Exchange
; application. 13XX/665X experience110X/ Toyland Is preparing its shelvesfor
USNR personnel with insuf- meterological the coming holiday season.
and below -
y, ficientobligated service and per- 661X lieutenant command "After all," explained= Gordon
PIPED ASHORE--ADJ I Walter L. Hughey was retired to the sonnel who will be eligible for with GCA or CICexperience; Marchus, merchandise manager,
II Fleet Reserve after 20 active service. He 110X/601X lieutenant and below
serving years duty transfer to the Fleet Reserve "there are only eight remaining
was assigned to the Air Operations Maintenance Department. must agree to remain on active with communications experience210X paydays before Christmas."
I lieutenantconunandorlieutenant
:a_ 111I.1111111111111111111"1111I11111111II111111111I'11I1111 ".. duty.Applicants must be recom as flight sun eon; 220X Toyland, located In bldg. 514
SPACIOUS & PEACEFUL on the corner of Bis cane St. and
: WE FINANCE ALL :, g mended by their commanding officer lieutenants; 310X/370X lieu- Enterprise Ave., has display tables -
MARSHALL ACRES of and below; 410X lieu-
on the basis performance tenants
SERVICE PERSONNEL! ] and shelves loaded with mountains -
; lieutenantsand
ii; < ; 9359 103rd St. technical skill resource- tenants; 510X/570X of from Santa'sShop
,, Jacksonville's newest & and interest. below 6XXX lieutenants and goodies
fulness versatility ;
,
62 T Bird Loaded- $595 most modern mobile home ranging from preschool toys
i: '60 Impala Chev. ..$495 ; community is now open for Besides qualifying for the Antarctica below; 798Xand849X. and blocks, to advanced
puzzles
i 54 Chevrolet Nice$145 : $ your inspection Large Service Medal, those Enlisted volunteers for Det
44x75 lots.
r I '61 F-85Olds. .. .. ;, Alfa needed in these rat- electronic radio sets railroad
,;, $495 ONLY $35 PER MO. picked for the expedition will ben are .
1 Swimming pool, tennis court, efit in a number of ways. Up- Ings: ET/ETN/ETR. especially layouts, and 26 inch bicycles.The
;, CROWN ;; shuffleboard, court, B-B-Q I on completion of wintering-over, those with NEC ET-1577; RM, Navy Exchange put their
pit. picnic tables will be
;
YN order In at the North Pole as
; built for your enjoyment. if when personnel are reassignedto with NEC's 2303 and 2342; ;
( AUTO SALES act today call = a new duty station, every effort PN; SK; DK; CS, especially "B" early as April, and welcomed the
1222 Main St. :; EL Mr.VERANO F.S. b lsrt ln. iderCia&eRT3S9Zl44 is made to assign school graduates; SH,withNEC's first deliveries 'which came one
(Between 2nd & 3rd) I II personnel to one of their choice 3112, 3122 and 3154; SN; BT; month later. All together there
i L: 355-2378 : of duty., Personnel will not be EN; EM; IC; MR; SF; DC; BU; are over 2,000. different itemson

,;,m' ob e'_:;:;;j: ,:"l.l I III.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I for full details IIN MININNNIII_', assigned to deployed units or CE; CM; EA; EO; SW; UT, with display.A .
,I NEC 6117; CN; ABF, with NEC "layaway plan" with four,
.
"B" school three, or two installments is
F l 7022; AG, especially
offered and bank checks for the
AC PH AN AN
graduates; ; ; ; ;
HM, with NEC's 8405, 8417,8442and amount of purchase will be accepted -
8483; and DT, with NEC to ease the pressure of
8703. holiday bills.
1 Hours of operationare: 9 a.m.
For duty with VX/6 are needed
these officers: 132X lieutenant to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Fri-
I I commander and below who are day and 9 a.m. and ,2 p.m. Saturday -

I experienced aerial navigators; .'
31XX lieutenant commanders
;
' UIUIIl below; 620X lieutenants and jay- If you buy one $50 Series E
: SPECIAl: SUNDAY AUGUST 25th gees; 663X lieutenants andbelow. Savings Bond each month (purchase -,
711X, 741X 761X and 831X;680Xlieutenants price $37.50)) for the next
;I I '" I 1 1I 1\\ andjaygeesand685Xcommanders 17 years, ,your 204'' Bonds will
I and below. be worth $10,964 at the end of
Enlisted volunteers for the these 17 years-assuming that
squadron are from these ratings: the present 4.15'per cent in
BM, RM, YN, CYN PN, DK, terest rate will be in effect.





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Whole( J Kernel Corn, Mashed Potatoes,, String Cheese Enchilada Chalupa A mad dash to the ; >
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Steamed Rice Candied Yams Creamed leisurely ride if ', '.
see
if you think this is more food than you can you us first. ,
Peas, Sliced Cucumbers, Sliced Tomatoes,
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Green Salad Pickled Beets r
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Either of the above entrees or some of it all Regular price is $2.25. Special Sunday, tation needs .for ALL'the' airlines of ,the USA '

with as many vegetables as you like Aug. 25th Only it will be only
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I ::::.,' MoviesMovies rill" i : i

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will be shown nightlyat SchedulesBLUEJACKETS ,. "". l 'tr \, _-., ,f,," tk" '
the NAS Jax Theater ,at 7:30 'I> ') J1'" 't'"1 ,
p.m. There will also be a Kid- ", .

die Matinee at 2 p.m., Sat., anda
feature at 2 INN Tonight ,Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
Sun.
regular p.m. will feature The Marshmallow Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
and holidays. The Hospital Thea- Steamshovel. Tomorrow night, arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
ter will have one' nightly featureat Phil Cay and the Chantels will publisher''' is instructed otherwise. A check: or money order for the full cost of the ad must
7 p.m. Cecil Field will have be under the spotlight. Satur- received WITH the copy for the ad.

two nightly shows during the week day afternoon will feature the

at 5:3Q. and 8 p.m. Matinees will Marshmallow Steamshovel followed D, Nil Sid Cub '" .
be shown on weekends at 2 and by Phil Cay and the Chan- ';;
5 p.m. Ratings: A Adults tels in the evening. 'Slmbyaf- !fete Miiimvn lilts) ((3
clurgt
GA General Audience, S Sup- ternoon the Standard Productionswill : ..;. .

Very erior Good, E -G Excellent- Good, F-- VG Fair- and on entertain Sunday from night 2 to will 6 p.m.feature Per' Uitioul line ((4 wards per 11.1)). 0.50A

CNA Class Not,Available. a special show, by a nationally -
known group' The New
THURSDAY, 'Aug. 22 Colony SL<. Admission for this
show will be $1.00, Monday, the Civilian UseForServceKnow WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear REPOSSESSED STEREO
NAS: "THUNDER ALLEY" & blk w/of 2mo. old.like
Marshmallow Steamshovel will How NAS Cecil 1 Mutiple Speakers,
starring Annette'Funlcello and entertain. Tuesday brings back Major Company has openings in Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. new, 4-speed record player, bal.
Fabian. ((104 fnin.) the Standard Productions and most areas of Fla., for men Apts. Newly painted, 2BR, LR, $49 or $7 mo. 5320 WesconnettBlvd.
HOSPITAL: "TO SIR WITH Wednesday, The New Colony Six of ability, iniative and desire Kit. Furn, Nook 2 Car parking. 772 0722 Dealer.
LOVE" starring Sidney ?oitier return. Again, admission will for higher than average earnings. Water, Sewage & Garbage incld.
and Judy' Gesson. ((112 min.) be $1.00. Don't miss the daily Complete training provided. Included Only $85 Mo. for unfurn:' Call $50, $100 DOWN HOMES' 2,3,4

GA/E food specials and Happy Hour telephone number when 387-2541, rites or weekends Call Br., 1 1/2 baths, total pay-
C. FIELD: "TWO WEEKS IN from 5 to 6 p.m. Monday through addressing inquiry to: 389-0744. Plenty of Vacancies. ments from $75 to $105. Mo.

SEPTEMBER, starring Brid- Friday. ,,I' ,Regional Supervisor .II' Furn. & Unfurn. Rentals. No
gette ''Bardot and Robert Rival. ,; 2911 McCoy Road .; LAKE LOTS qualifying, equities. For all your

((104 min) A/VG "0" CLUB -- Enjoy the Beef- Orlando, Florida 32809 Real Estate Needs call Godwin

FRIDAY, Aug.. 23 eater's Buffet today from 6 ro Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. 3roker, 384 4758, 24 Hrs.
9 p.m. Happy Hour tomorrowand Terms., Call Owner 387-7379.
STEREO COMBINATION .
NAS: "THE SCALPHUNT Saturday held from 3:30 to JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1
ERS" starring Burt Lancasterand 6 p.m. Saturday night will feature CONSOLE MODEL with radio DARDEN MOBILE HOME Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean
Shelley Winters. (110 min.) take up payments on beautiful
a Champagne Special with modern'trailers & Apes. 389-
GA/E stereo like new, 4 speed rec- Subdivision 9416 Crystal SpringsRd.
HOSPITAL: "THUNDER ALLEY" Johnny Jelinek providing music.Tomorrow's ord changer. Balance due $68 ., 781 2127. Close to Cecil 3007. "
entertainment will
or $8 month. Phone353-1946 Field 85ic91' Lg. Lots water,
Annette Fun- per
starring
feature Casey Johnson. Stars and FOR RENT 2 BR APT. FURN.
anytime. Ask for Credit Manager.Will paved roads patio 2nd Mo. rent
cello and Fabian, ((104 min.). A
Bars will be held on Saturday Orange Park Will rent to TAD
C. FIELD "TO SIR WITHLOVE" deliver, no obligation. A-l Free.
: from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Buffet Personnel or Bachelors. ,264-
Music Center, 1606 Main St.
starring Sidney Poitier
Dinner will be served on Sunday 6884.
and Judy Gesson. ((112 min.) from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday will Jacksonville. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
GA/E Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
feature a foreign dish special. MUST SELL-1963 MOBILE
DELRAY MANOR 110th. & FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
SATURDAY, Aug. 24 Karen St. New all brick homes, Call Powell or Mills. USN HOME lowequity.Assume pymts.
CPO CLUB -- Pizzas for
go under $1800, Lot 1006 Washington -
NAS: "THE BIG MOUTH"" AC Low 20's. Building Lots Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park
$.75 today. Dance to he tunes St. Colonial Mo. Ho. Pk,
Lewis and Susan Available. White, Bldr. Realty. '"
starring Jerry of Mark Castle tomorrow ev- Floyd Lane Ave. S. 786-0449 '
Bay., ((115 min.) GA/VG ening Also, try the Seafood 771-5643.
ZIG ZAG FOR $43
HOSPITAL: "THE SCALP Special for $1.25. Tommy C.
HUNTERS" starring Burt Lan- will entertain on Saturday. A NO SUBDIVISION SEWING Machine Original Guar- BELLAIR BILLIARDS
caster and Shelley Winters. (110 Sirloin Steak Dinner is fea CUSTOM BUILT BRICK HOME antee, Zig Zags, makes buttonholes SNOOKER & POOL
min.) GA/E. tured for $1.65. .- WITHIN CITY OF Sews on buttons decora- Open Daily
C. FIELD: "THUNDER AL- ORANGE PARK ,tive designs, monograms, etc. Bellair Shopping Center '

LEY" starring Annette Funicelloand FLEET RESERVE--FRA Branch 3 BR, Sunken LR, Sep. DR, Dble 'Just, pay balance $43 at $8 per WANT ,
will have Boil DO YOU TO BE A DISC
91 Shrimp
a 'month. Call Credit '',Manager.
Fabian. ((104 min.) A/G F'place, betwn. LR & Fam. Rm. '
Saturday beginning at, 1 p.m. at tPhone..353,1946: anytime. Will JOCKEY? 'For ltlformation'call''
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Corner Lot $29,500. *
SATURDAY MATINEENAS $1.50 per persona Dancing,.Will Big i ,'' VIRGINIA E. BELL :, ;:deliver, obligation.. 1606,MainSt. 355-,:4834.,,Day or night. r:
i "SON OF'A GUN be from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. with '1(!\i,I' ,
: REAL ESTATE i
Bob Hunter and the Country PART TIMEi, ;;; '*&*'
FIGHTER" starring Russ Tam- Roamers. Sunday, dance to the 264 2488 Broker MARRIED E-4's, and above/Are
blyn and Kieron Moore. "SON music of the Eight Balls from ((24 Hr: 356 2462)) UNFURN. HOUSE FOR 'RENT you having 'trouble making ends
OF GERONIMO: CHAPTER 7. 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath meet? We can work your hoursin

TICKETS ON SALE Bungalow w/stove&refrig. Furn. with your duty schedule. Phone
Dining Rm., Garage & Space 264 6485.
The following tickets are on Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545, Call

sale at the Special Services OPEN JTSUNDAY! ,after July 8.PUBLIC. WANTED

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Building 704.SHRINE Alive and Willing
CIRCUS AT THE COL-
NOTICE Men or Women with a desire to
ISEUM, SEPTEMBER 28 and 29th
Must sell this week, 4 Singer make top money. Experienced or
Adults, $1.20, children $.80.
not. Part time or full time.
sewing machines left in storage.
DOLPHINS VS PATRIOTS AT Automobile reliable horse
or
Pay $15 storage charges ea.Call
THE GATOR BOWL August '
Phone 771 2072-
23 Tickets '$4,50., A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY 772 0722. Free Delivery,.5320 necessary.
GENERAL ADMISSION BASE- Wesconnett Blvd. Dealer.
tn.pect- 1965 DATSUN 4 DR. A REAL
PerformMce
BALL TICKETS $.50. We ...e them the VW 16 point Safety Md e.thlnl that "
repleced
Ion. Then .e tuned up tl1ht.ned them 100.Md for the repair or replacement 1-BR. FURN. APT. IN JAX bargain In an economy car. Call
needed It. And "aunt..d 30 days or 1000 mUe.. Come $75 389-5234 evens. or weekends.
of .u maior mechll\lca1 part.- for All utilities included, mo.
cc op4 Oft 'ENGINE-TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE Conv. NAS JAX and Cecil Field.
SYSTEM 65 VOLKSWAGEN A/C PUSH
ASSEMBLIES BRAKE, SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL 264-2711 or 264-6648.
saw Button Radio Exc. Cond. Sacrifice -

Call after 6. 771- 387.
c CANDY 63 VW SEDAN . : : . $995 OLAS PVT. CARE DAY

eo...+ ?m 64 VW SEDAN . ,," . $1075 NURSERY, Licensed. Infants to BOAT FOR SALE-17'
f 10 5144 Eulace Rd. off
yrs. SEABREEZE
e 0t + I 65 VW SEDAN. . . . . S;200 Timuquana. 771-0243. Neptune traUer.AU, 100 h.p.1968.Evlnrude.Top and

66 VW SEDAN. . .q$'. ,. . $ side curtains. Call 398-4308.

t I 67 VW SEDAN. '. J! .'. .,..' .;., ... $1650 3 BR. HOUSE, FOR SALE
Air Cond. ., ,. : $1690 2 Full&ths.Eat-ln-k1tc en.Sep. AIR COND. FOR VOLKSWAGEN
66 VW SEDAN t : {J i ;':v\ :",' Dining Room, Den, Lg. Fenced BUG 1965 Models &'Older. $45.
I 67 VW SEDAN Air Condo !,' ,,,:,'. .: :, $950 yard. Cedar Hills 388-4996. 7717396.

'ILL STARVE PUSH8UTT&N T2>DBMU FIMSCg///IVf INJURBPMY J 66 VW, Squareback' .', ,. ..,Nt1':\\, I : III*-(!:'". $1795 ,--tes t--':-r----t-t-t, -1 ten---- -

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FURNITUREVALUED 67 VW Fastback, Air Cond.. :., .t\;>\ . $2150

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67 FAl RLAN E 500 JDT. II.T. Loaded Air Cond. $2595
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ADR icllnedlnst NathedVC4

Cavil CPO .

Sailor of Month .

Club Hi-Litts
mendation commented on his

the willingness and ability to take
Cecil Tonight foreign
action on any given
'dish Is "Home made Chicken appropriate
efficient
and -
and thorough
Beef Raviole" smothered situation
irjj.
or
effortswhich( ) have con-
for 100. Tom-
tempting sauce
the
immeasureably to
orrow evening enjoy the country Ill>- tributed '
of the division and the
Lthu operation
music of "The Limellghters1Lobster
.
is the, special .at $2.75 Detachment.
; s Klinedinst was, also, cited for
!, .. Saturday night the Tommy
-.(
% as career
oustanding job
his .
Brooks Quartet will entertain..
,
.
.
lie Is currently the
counselor.
f'f
Lobsterr is again the special Officer.
Sunday Mr. J. B. Coon will Line Division Petty

be back with the old; the new. "
and your favorite tunes from 5 '"
"
ii' to 8 p.m. "
Game night is Wednesday, .,
along with a dinner special of 'II
hot roast beef sandwich for $.85. r b

Come early for a seat. .' j t\.4" .",.,r

VA- 83Fs Sol Weiman .". -.."'.4, : ".' '".- .>

I 'Bin Bolts' Win ( .r _. ..+.-.-..... 1 ; .'
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First to Re-enlist Blf Max Award ..,...,. ..-..!-: ..I.; ,-. 'P k ,.I.1..L.--.

CECIL -- ADR1 William
Cecil -- YN1 Sol Weiman man is congratulated by the Commanding Klinedinst has been selected as
received his oath of reenlistment Officer on being the first On Friday Aug. 9, the "Blue VC-4 Det. Cecil's Sailor of
for four more years recent- man to re enlist since the squadron Bolts" of Attack Squadron 172 the Month for July. Along witha
ly from VA 831's Commanding was activated last January.A once again won the coveted"Bleu letter of commendation he
Officer Commander Ray Ketcham. native of Queens New York,. Max Award"* Presented by Com received a squadron plaque from BUY U.S.
In the photograph: Weimar Weiman first enlisted in theNavy mander Carrier Air Wing One Cdr. Neil M. Nokes Officer SAVINGS BONDS,
in May of 1943.: Since that time the Blue Max is awarded to the in Charge of the Detach NEW FREEDOM
he has served four years on active squadron most proficient in ment.
SHARES
GO TOGETHER.. duty and fourteen years in the bombing accuracy.To Kllnedinst's letter of com -
Selected Reserves.
the competition on an
put
Being recalled to active dutyis
basis the is
equal meet con-
nothing new to Weiman.Duringthe
ducted with teams representingeach
Korean Conflict he was.re -
all airborne
squadron
called to serve aboard the: USS
bombing in order the same tar-
MINDORO CVE 120. -AftDftEY
get. The strike is a close simulation V
action in the South _
Having seen of tactics that would be Vr
Pacific during WWII and again
used in Southeast Asia under
during the Korean Conflict Wei- actual combat conditions. LOUNGE & PACKAGE
%// / r man says that he is ready and willing STORE
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Tom Francis, and his wingmenLt.
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King hall set the scene\ Fri- enterted his naval career ,on
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of Leadership School ,
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Capt. R, P. Kline, commanding -
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graduates: for completion of t tie cd for another four year "hitch" '
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meaning of the course. Hawk.

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advanced to his present rate on tions 23rd: annual Convention SSgt. W.R. Strubbe prepare to load an A4B jet attack bomber with rockets and bombs for a
Friday in a brief ceremony con- Thursday. practice mission at the Yuma bombing range. All four men are ordnance specialists with .Marine
ducted by Capt. R. P. Kline Approximately 160 election Attack Squadron (VMAH42) which returned Saturday from two weeks of summer trainingat
commanding; officer. Chief San- supervisors throughout the state the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma Ariz.
ders has been an Instructor attended the conventionheldfrom
AE School since reporting to Aug. 14 17, at the George; IIIIIIII.HII" Conversion and Repair Mows
NATTC In November, 1967. lie Washington Hotel. .,

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the new U.S. Navy Supervisor er on Aug. 14, Lt. Donald J. duty aboard the Forrestal when
I of :Iii i rebuilding, Conversion and McDowell, received a Letter of fire and explosions wracked the
TACOS W 'rakeo t' Repair in Jacksonville: Aligns 14 Commendation from the cornCaptain carrier on July 29 1967 while
when he relieved Cdr. Russell on station in the Gulf of,Tonkin.
J C. l Nice, The ceremony was held Lt. McDowell, then electrical
mexiteril Dinor .it the gulf Life Tower, officer of tins Forrestal, was
in Captain Fisher graduated from responsible for deeoor dzi circuits -
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I' Penscicoia: Captures- TiiieJax ): 5t Kinder, Brittle, Enter ';:: ,

-- Pensacola won the Sixth they overtook Jax Navy for first .

Naval District Softball Tourna- place.* Jax Navy .has ,an accumulative b"'S. All-Navy Golf Tourney .'
ment last .week'and advancedto mark of 24 '11.' t
the South Atlantic Regionals Jacksonville's Don Stewartwas .

scheduled for 'Corpus Christi, picked upby the winning team \ :"" Jax:: -- Two NAS golfers are 297 and Kinder finished with a
Texas, this week.Pensacola and will compete in the regional ,. 1 competing in the All Navy golf 293.
; captured the tourney tourney. 1 tournament at San Diego Calif., Mike Hastings of Atlantic Fleet
in their fifth game with a 12 0 this week after taking top spotsin Headquarters took the lead in the
; victory over Memphis. Jax Navy Eight Teams ", t the South Atlantic Regionalat second round of the regional affair -
: was eliminated in their Oceans Va., last week.In and held it all the way
i third game of the double elimination Kick Off IM tI the first round of the All wining the Open division title
I tourney. Pensacola now has Navy tourney, Walt Brittle came with a one under par 287.
I a 26 10 record in tournament Grid Season frIix I in seventh place with a 77 in the Dick Jones of Pensacola win-
games dating back. to 1961, and I Open division while Jim Kinder ner of the 6ND Open division

JAX -- The 1968 Intramural carded a 76 for second place came In second. Brittle third,
aPia Strits football season got underway In the Senior division. Va. took fourth.
Monday night and four Ameri Brittle took third place In the Bill Whislter of Fleet Air -
chalked Open division with a 291 and borne Electronics Training Unit
can League teams up
Sit for K.gtrsJax their first victory of the year. Kinder finished; second in the Atlantic wrapped up first place
FAETU defeated the Hospital v b Seniors division with a 292 In in the Seniors division with a
6-0, VP 16 bounced Admin last week's regional action. 71-72-75-72-290.,
-- All four intramural 12 6, VP 45 squeezed ;;. For the 72 hole event. Brit- The four low scorers in the
bowling leagues got underway by Weapons 1-0 on, a pen- 5 I I'fix" tle shot a' 68 77 -' 73 73 Open division and the two low
this week and action is sche- etration, and NARF nudged VP- I II while Kinder chalked up a 76 finishers in the Seniors divisionin
duled to continue through mid- 'f 5), 7 6, as George Hasti scored '; I 71 68 77. Both men shot the All .- Navy tourney. will
November. the point after following a touchdown better games than they did the compete in the Interservice
Monday's American League: by Charles Pate. Walt Potts 1 ) previous week In 6ND action championships at Marine Corps
results were all that have been scored the VP 5 'touchdown.The y ,,: when Brittle came up with a Base Quantico, Va., next week.employment -
f received but results and standings National League began -
-
will be published each week. their season slate Tuesday night.,
-
Monday evening The Strikers Next week's schedule has 16 4 Office ; ,

defeated the Mad Foxes 4-0 games on tap.American. .
for their second shutout of the '
'season Caduceus /%# 3, Caduceus League Lists Job Openings "': ':.
ff 1, and Datatechs' scored MONDAY ENCHANTING MELODY '
4-0 wins over the Electrons VP 16 vs VP-5 Honey-blonde Melodye Prentiss Merit promotion opportunities Shipment Clerk, GS -6.' Area .
Red Darters # 1; and X Im FAETU vs VP-45 la a student of the arts, tennis currently open for receipt of applications of consideration: NAS, NARF
pulses respectively; the Pro's Weapons ,. vs', oj' NARF player, equestrienne, researcherand are listed below. The NARTU COMFAIRJAX,FAET V-
defeated the Hunters, the Train- Hospital ::*Tvsj Admin a big: success as the July area of consideration and closing LANT, Navy Hospital, ',Navy
ers over the Sandbaggers and the Playmate of the Month. date of each Is shown. Commissary Stores, Navy Re -
Tipplers over Supply # 2 ,all by WEDNESDAY gals Korner MPB No. 72 67 Plan D. cruitlng[ Station Jacksonville.
the score of 3'-1. NARF vs Admin grade levels GS 4 and below; Applications will be accepted:

Weapons vs Hospital By JOSN Brent KaUestad MPB No., 79 G7 Plan C, all through the close of business; ..
Chilli ItwltrsJax FAETU vs VP-16 semi skilled positions pay level August 28.
VP 45" vs.VP5. Jax -- Tomorrow night's pro- 7 and below; MPB No. 83-67 All applicants must be careeror
-- Representatives of the National LeagueTUESDAY fessional football game betweenthe Plan B, all skilled positions pay career conditional employees
.. "I Boston Patriots and Miami level 8 and above. Area of con- of the Federal govern
Independent Mens bowling league,
circuit made of civilian Dolphins: at the Gator Bowl pro- sideration: NAS.. NARF.NARTU.COMFA1RJAX ment. Application forms SF
a aboard up base are VP 7' vs A/C Malm. mises to be a good one, and tick- FAETULANT, 171 or 57's for these positions
employees taking application for the 1968 VP-30 vs VAP62VW ets are still available at the Navy Hospital Navy Commis should be filed with 1RD, Box
69 bowling 4 vs Marine Bar. Ticket Office, Building 704. sary Stores Navy Recruiting Station 22, NAS Jacksonville Fla.,
season.
Men Interested in participating 679th vs NARTU A call to the ticket office Jacksonville. Applications 32212. For further Information
I or forming a. team in this lea- Tuesday noon Indicated that '''for the e positions will be accepted regarding these positions see '.
LeBeufat THURSDAYVP approximately 75 tickets were at any time. A {separate the copies of the bulletins or ,'. "
can contact Harry
gue ,. .
:.Ext. 2131/2132, Ross Par- 30 ;vs: MARTD still on sale for the'exhibition application must be filed for announcements or call Ext.2320, 'N
; ramore at 2158, or: J., 0.: VW-4 vs A/C Maint. contest between the two A each position; in which l interest- Rating and Examining. :'Branch;,. '
: .Burton 3631. 679th vs VAP-62 merican Football League teams. "ed. IRD, NAS.Specie. : -
at NARTU ,vs Marine Bar. The tickets sell for$4.50 through MPB No. 158 67 Industrial -'.. I
I Special Service Engineer, GS 5, 7 9 and 11., Services SetsCerimicChusesSvRdiy\
The game will feature one of Area of consideration: Nation-

A the AFL's up and -, coming wide., Applications will be 'accepted -

.. teams in the Dolphins and the until the needs of the services Jax--The Air Station's Special
.' '.. .. '*'r established Pats. Miami fields are met and will be considered Services officer has announcedthat
such performers as second as received. there will be a ceramic
1- year men Bob Greise at quar- MPB No. 133 68 General demonstration at the base ceramic -
terback and Jack Clancy at split- Engineer GS 11. Area of consideration shop this Sunday from noon
end. Heralded rookie Larry : Nationwide.[ Appli- until 4:30 p.m.
Csonkathe-240-pound three- cations will be accepted through The demonstrations will include -
time All Ameri can from Syracusewill the close of business tomorrow. how to apply stains I.
be making his second start MPB No. 140 68 Supervisory and how to spray without properly .< ,

tomorrow night. Csonka rippedoff waste. How to antiquewithtrans- .
00 yards In 22 carries NI. Receive Awirds lucent, range do puff patterns,
and 'scored two touchdowns in banding and other finishes forceramic.c
last'' week's Dolphin victory over Awards were presented to nine
; will be discussed; and
the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles. employees of the Office of the demonstrated.
]
Boston features such personnelas Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Con- The demonstrations will con
"two time rushing champ version and Repair USN, In the tinue each Sunday afternoon If
Jim Gulf. Life Tower August 14.
Nance all time scoring enough Interested
people are in
leader Giro Capelettl, and newly Receiving awards for completion the program' .

acquired quarterback- Mike Tall- of training coupes: were :......... ...iOtt I
ferro. Joseph Watson, supervisory

., Fishing Enthusiaslsts: can purchase production controller; E. T. = :
their license at the'ticket Fisher: supervisory contract ,} *
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office In Building. 704 also. specialists( ; and Theodore Tltaggard .. \\\:\:'r''iditttalilltitil's:4 \':

....!I The opportunities for sportsmen contract negotiator.l A ..\\; t. .,..
.; to haul In '"the big ones"in Johnnie E. Rudd industrial .

: ': ":, either the ocean or fresh supervisor, received awards for 'M0 TORSa
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water is unlimited in this part J2 and 13 years of accident free
,
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;, : -:' of.'the country and the license is supervision. : :
only $3.00 through special ser- Mesdamest: A. Pringle Ii. f .
r vices. .; S. Duffy. D. L. Morgan, E. B. P-L-E-N-T-Y ';'",""",';;
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While football and-bowling: Chocholousek and R. A. Doueck of VW's!! : E

9 t4t both Golf get going intramural action, employees received of the the personnel Superior Group division .*.< .v....... .
ETTNATIONAL is just around the cor .
ner, A meeting of recreation Achievement Award of Merit for 63 CORTINA. . $390 U
DANK OF JACKSONVILLE maintaining the workflow .
division officals was held last despitethe Jj Consul
evening organize the intramural extended absences the two .
.MKMBCft rtpCIAl: : OffOtIT. : tNSUMANCC' : c0/1/Q,I,AvON golfing league. senior members. 62 RENAULT. . $190 .
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: ". 59 VW COMBIE $390 e
Building 39 Ext: 3870' FOLLOWING THE SHIP? m STUDEBAKER. $125 .

Monday Wednesday: 10OO.b.m. .3:00pt", tSIASHSHtO WO 56 CARMEN GHIA $290 :

Thursday: 9130. a.m. 4:30 p.m. '. DINERS/FUGAZY TRAVEL ........... .
Friday: 1000 a.m. 3:00
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NAS Cecil Field F FACILITYOFFICE wilt 'be pleased to make your travel arrangements; tickets, We BuySellFiuQRce6566Normandy :.
reservations, routing, Air ;Train. OIlS, Ship, Hotel, Resorts. .
Building. Ext. 226 -Tours,. Cruises, Domestic or;'Foreign. U .
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baseball need a new statistic: to replace the batting av- -- Attack SquadronOne -- The Cecil Intra-
erage 1 Computer Corner says yes Seventy Two sports an- Mural All-Stars had to settle
Computer Corner suggests that the Batting Average be re- other sailor's sailor. Ex-squadron for a' third place finish in the Cecil -- Monday, 26 August
placed the by a new statistic, BET (Batting Efficiency by Team). skipper, Capt Cutler, now Sixth Naval District Softball marks the beginning of Intra -
If purpose of a Batting Average is to predict a team's ability NAS Jax commanding officer, Tourney last week. Even thoughthe mural Touch Football at Cecil
to score wide runs, then the BA falls short of the newly suggested BET. has just been: challenged by Lt. team scored twenty runs while Field. With eleven teams enter-

a by 50-600/0 a accuracy margin, vs for 95 the% for batting BET.average predicts runs with only (Og) Derails Hughes.Mr. holding the opposition to only ed this year, action promisesto

What is BET? It's the sum of three Hughes, his wife Charlotte eight, those runs made the dif be greater than ever before.
important
the batting percentages and brother Hubert just return- ference. Last Year's ChampsThe Ma-
of hits
percentage
centage of baserunners who score which, and go the for extra bases, the per- ed from their trip to the Ba- The "Hellcats" of NAS Mem- rine Barracks team, will be back
percentage of batters
who get on. Almost 100% accurate in hamas. phis, Tenn., was the only teamto as strong as everandagainwlllbe
predicting
a team's total
*in it shows Receiving their new 24 foot score against the All-Stars. quarterbacked by Sgt. Nelson.
runs a season, not just the batter's
ability to make
tact with the ball, but also shows where a team's offense is con- sailboat on Friday evening, they They won 4-3 in extra inningsthe All games commence at 4:45
strong departed Jacksonville the next first time the two met, and
weak-batting at the B circle recreationalfield.
or power, speed on the bases and managerial calls. pm
morning, sailing to West Palm 4-0 in their second
encounter.
To measure how the two leagues stand on Batting A permanent scheduleof
Efficiency by
Beach and then across to Grand The All-Stars won four ,
Team, Computer Corner poured the current season batting statis- games games will be available soon.
tics into University Bahama Island. all by shutouts. In the first game
our Computing Corporation electronic evaluator The following are the teams en-
(through games of July 30)) with these results: Lt (jg) Hughes credits his they dropped Naval Station May- tered for this year's action: VA-
NATIONAL LEAGUE BET % AMERICAN enlisted days as a Second Class port 7-0; then defeated Navy
LEAGUE BET % 12, VA 37, VA 44, VA 45,
CINCINNATI, .74* DETROIT .786 Quartermaster for getting the Jax in a close contest, 1-0; VA 87, VA 174, VA 831,
ST. LOUIS .720 BALTIMORE .730 uCalypso'across on course. lost Memphis, 4-3; beat NSC VF 931, AMD,Weapons,and the
CHICAGOPHILADELPHIA .717 BOSTON "I .730 Visiting the different ports they Athens, Ga., 5-Oj; NAS Glynco, Marine Barracks.The .
.692 MINNESOTA ,"" .716 enjoyed the change of scenery Ga., 4-0; and were eliminated Cecil Field champs will
SAN FRANCISCO .688 CLEVELAND .090 and price level. Mr. Hughes said from the tourney 4-0 by Mem- enter the Jax Naval Complex
PITTSBURGH ..681 WASHINGTON; .685 while a coke cost $.30, a bottle
ATLANTA ", .644 NEW YORK a .682 would be only three or four dol phis.NABTC Pensacola, who went NAS Playoffs Jacksonville and will compete and against
HOUSTON ':', .o39 OAKLAND lars. of the few Mayport*
.679 Freeport, one through the tourney undefeated,
NEW YORK .638 CALIFORNIA .663 duty free ports left, was the dropped Memphis 12-0 in the Tennis
LOS ANGELES .602 CHICAGO .532 highlight of their trip. finals to take the crown. Pensa- Tennis
After the fourth week of the season, the Los Angeles Dodgers cola had defeated Memphis ear- standings presently put
VA 831 front with 8
had only a .590 BET% vs. .740 and .780 for Cincinnati and St. Am.leurPhoioW lier in the tournament by a score out an
and 2 record and VA 37 close
Louis. What does this mean in the way of runs? LA will end the of 4-3 in nine innings.
behind in second with 7 and 3.
season with 412 runs, St. Louis with 616. a
Repairing this 200 run Club The Pensacola nine is repre-
handicap requires major surgery in the Dodger ranks. 'New Facesof senting the Sixth Naval Districtin Winter Bowling
1969' looks to be the Dodgers next big hit.
the South Atlantic Regionalsthis [
CECIL -- Interested In Photog- Forthcoming is winter bowling
,
raphy? week being played at NAS which is presently in the planning
O'Wives Seek Corpus Christ!, Tex.Bob Fewell, stage. It will commence the first
.... -- The Jacksonville Camera Clubis Cecil third baseman was selected week of September and a noticeof
New BowlerscU organized for amateur photog- by Pensacola to play in the a meeting will be posted short-
raphers and may be able to help regionals. ly.
:...;; you in your specific area.
-- The O' Wives Bowling

.. League will begin their eleventh Among the club's activitiesare WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.
.- .. .- -. year of sanctioned bowling on competitions, exhibitions,
Thursday, September 5, at9a.jn. shoot sessions, lectures and out-
p- The league consists of 16 teams, ings. Membership is for all lev- .il": AIR CONDITIONERS *" <
with five members on each team. els of lensmen and visitors are NEW &' USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES.

The league bowls every Thurs always welcome.On !:., NEW & USED TV SETS
mERCURY day at the Bowl 0 Matic {:. NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
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September at "
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Lanes on Blanding Blvd. Free the JCC will 'view their competition {i:" ,:},; NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITER/ '
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I: : Mill's Golf Assoc.: News

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Membership Drive course Pro Slop or call Ralph n1. i ; xn,
Sewell or John Nelson at ext. F F ,WL L R .
Cecil -- The Men's Golf Association 674/647. '
here is holding its
annual membership drhe. The Monthly TournamentThe L

Association is open to all military Association will sponsor a : t
I \ personnel, active and retired. tournament on August 24 and 25. _# :
\ Annual fees are $1.00. All golfers This will be ablind partnerbestball y4c .
In the Cecil Field area are
I, tourney with partners to be
encouraged to join. selected by drawing during the
Some of the activities include banquetbusiness meeting ,at
monthly tournaments banquets Lake Newman this Saturday night.
putting contests and team tourna All members are encouraged to
ments. attend the Saturday night outingat
As an added incentive, duringthe 7:30 p.m., since''' many new
month of August and September items will be submitted for ap-
all new members will be allowed proval. w
i to play their first tournament Bring your own steak refreshments -
I at half the regular entry and side dishes will
fee. be furnished by the Association.
I Personnel interested In joiningor Don't miss this one, come and
I, desiring more information draw your partner.
may contact John Nick at the * *
i Putting ContestThe

GIANT SWAP MEET Association staged a Put-
ting Contest over the weekend
JAX LARGEST FLEA and Father Cody putted his way
home in 37 strokes. A tie for
MARKET second place resulted in a sud-
All! Spaces Under Shelter den death "putt off" between Special Services Increases
20th and Edgewood Gene Schleiser and Don Dpole,
with Gene coming out the winneron
Every Sat. 9 am 6:00
pm
the first extra hole.
Sun. 9 am 6:00 pm Camper and Boat Fleet .
First prize of 12 golf balls was ,
Phone awarded to Father Cody,with Gene

768-7085 or 768.4793 and Don picking up six and two CECIL--Special Services has Personnel with leave papersare can be checked out on the'same'

golf balls respectively. increased their camper and boat allowed to check out a camper period of time as campers.Boats
fleet with the purchase of new for a 14 day period. All of and canoes cost $.50 per day to
ones. Last week twelve new boats the campers sleep four and have rent. Outboard motors are $1.00
I and seven campers were delivered the following utensils with them; per day and a 6-gallon tank of
and are available for checkout ice chest water cooler stove gas is $1.35. Boats and motors
by personnel here on the lantern, and trailer hitch if it can be checked out for a week-
station. fits your car.Campers end at a fee of $5.00 plus $1.35if
The seven new campers bringsthe cost $2.00 per dayor you want the tank of gas.
total number to seventeen $5.00 per weekend, which Includes -
that are available for use. Theycan Friday Saturday and Sun- WomtH Softball
be checked out by personnel day. Other equipment that may
going on leave for overnight be checked out along with the
use or on weekends. Normally camper are heaters and sleeping N..d.d
tLpoi there is a reservation list that bags. They rent for $.75 and Players
is made about five or six weeksin $.15 per day respectively.
,I. advance to check out a camper. Along the boating line they.Bob's Women 1
Want to help move Cecil ladies ;. '
: .:. into the sports limelight?
'I Here's your opportunity. Your
: $ fellow females have already begun -
Oak Hill attemptingtoorganizeaCecil

''v'vI Field Women's Softball Team. '
> Pure Service CenterOpen The girls have started prac-
I tice but many more players and

II" for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. supporters are needed.
There are no league plans as
Need ? yet but interest is building up.
money road service. pick 'p & delivery Interested ladies including dependent -

mechanic OH duty American & Foreign Cars teen are daughters invited over to call age Mrs.six
See HFC
James McCaughtry at 771-8363

103rd & Jammes Road for further details.
There:are,times when borrowing is the,sensible answer to 7719156 1 Jacksonville, Florida rrtrtt .
a ,money:problem. That's the time to see your nearby
Household Finance office manager. He's a specialist in
helping! servicemen meet money needs like paying bills

buying a better car, taking a leave or meeting an unex (;GUARANTEED _
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loan will cost Need money? Borrow from the'number one .
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600 34.39' 42.66 59.35 109.80Chores SINGLE
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The Junior Sailing Program participation of the Bantam 24. Tills was the Coronado's I
members exhibited their skillsin fleet -- maybe this week skip first race In the Tri Club Ser- I
a three race sailing regattatwo pers? The winner of both the ies so look out Morgans!
, weekends ago. Trophieswere first and second race was Robin The slips at Ye Olde Sailing
awarded for first place to SieRrist. Sailing over the finish Club are filling up fast with I
Dave Faidders and his crew, line in second place 1 both private boats.: George Coins Is I
Kurt Otto and Craig Bass. races was Dave Sharpe ai 'third mooring the Metacomet there
Second place trophies went to place went to John Nt seder. now and two new Morgans are I aI
Tom Curry and crewmembers George Coins fooled them all expected to arrive sometime this aI
Paul Barton and Paul Standlerand in the Cruising i Class race lie month., Dave Sharpe has his
third place -- Mickey Crow walked off with
two first place name on a Morgan 24 which,
and crew Jerry Falkenstein and finishes sailing in his Coronado should be available to him after :
Mike Donhue. Labor Day. I
While the Gannet races were We are still waiting for the
being held, the Prams were new parts for the Rebel. A Second SPbRT SED Ati Was $ 595
racing an inside The
course. Rebel has been hauled out
winners of these series 283 V-S, Auto Iran*;,/Factory air.Pfrwer NOW
were: to scrape barnlcles off her.Any- '
First place, David Bennett; second one feeling talented along these steering. R&tt, W W .tires
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third place went to Patty Faul- hand.,

made ders. the Capt presentation C. T. Faulders of troph- Next MeetingThe '67 IMPALA 11087#
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summer program ran very moonlight sail Saturday nightat STATION WAGON

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Bill Leibe deserves much of the breezes on the St. Johns' Sun-
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credit organizing the program day, races will again be held In
along with Connie Sturm who front of the Florida Yacht Club. interior.
really kept things moving. The For new people In the area,
four instructors -- Mark Johnson a 1 the Navy Jax Sailing Club holds -67 0A1VIAROSlOITC5QUpfe
Rory Sturm, Steve Holland, Its meetings the first Wednes-
and Steve Hooper did a good day of each month at 7:30 p.m. was $2593
job teaching their classes the Meetings are held at the club ''Mi'V'b.. ...Ajito.tran'Spipwc*steerNOW';
rules of the road and proper house. New members are always ing Bucket scats. R&H W W tires _
handling of a sailboat. welcome, and free Instructionsare *irW i tone-tuxedo black over butternut
Tri Club given on Saturdays (usuallyIn yellow.
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The Tri Club Series held two 'a
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Phone 384 4406 INDIAN COSTUME? -Lovely for a second place finish.
Julie Newmar isn't wearing the Partridge's first place finishes g
1 I. 2, 6 3 Bedrooms traditional costume for a west- came In the center fire aggregate -
tCtardcn Type Apartmentswith ern picture, but in her case it's marksman class and the
Atmosphere Country Club all right. She can be seen wear- grand aggregate which Is for a '66 CAPRICE #1078
.Kitchens equipped with (i-E ing more traditional Indian combined score with all three
Ranges I* I Refrigerators tribal dress Gold.in." Columbia's"Mackenna's pistol clashes CUSTOM COUPE was $2195
Individual' Air CoViditiortina,
and Heating by.iCDrapes ; $ "327" V-Q, Auto trans., Power steerNOW
furnished ing and brakes, R&H, W/W .
Wall to \Hall Carpeting and Sea Sand white exterior, Nantucket ClCfeC
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