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RAdm. Stroh Named

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Navy's Cray Eagle'

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RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, com- > ; fl'
J -. mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, '
4 received the Gray Eagle Award 1 I I3Y
yesterday morning Pensacola, 1J
designating him as the senior
aviator in terms of service with J
the Navy or Marine Corps.
Admiral Stroh received the designation a f
upon, the retirement of
f, y 1 VAdm. Alexander S. HeywardJr. "!
1 + i ; ., chief of Naval Air Trainingat
Naval Air Station Pensacola.
{ t :, VAdm. Bernard M. Strean, who
had been serving as deputy chiefof
the Bureau of Naval Personnel -
s assumed the post as head of
the air training command at the
same ceremony.
JLN Along with the title Admiral
Stroh received the Gray Eagle

DECORATED-RAdm. R.J. Stroh, COMFAIRJAX, presented medals to (L to R) LCdr. C.L. Trophy, a silver eagle landingon
I Fitzpatrick and POI's F.W. Brown and A.L.. North at VAP-62 change of command., a wooden model of the Navy's
first aircraft carrier, the USS Admiral Stroh

Langley. New Gray Eagle

I: 3 Honored at Command Chanae Jan.Designated 25, 1932,a Admiral naval aviator Stroh on is Admiral Heyward had held the

the ninth active duty officer ,to title since February 1 when he
.., hold the title since Adm.CharlesR. succeeded Adm. Charles D.
Cdr. Burke E. Eakle became ment In aerial flight as crew- achievement In the superior per- Brown was first presented the Griffin as the Gray Eagle.
Heavy Photographic Squadrons members of jet reconnaissance formance of duties as the leading award after its creation in 1960. RAdm. Robert Goldthwaite,
62's new commanding officer and aircraft. petty officer in the Fire Con- An inscription on the trophy a former Fleet Air Jacksonville
three other Tigers received medals The citation accompanyingeach trol Technician/Gunner's Mate reads: "A clear eye, a steady commander, held the title from
Friday ,during ceremonies of the medals< stated that Rating Control Unit and as'ad- hand and daring defiance, of Jan. 7, 1964 until his retirement -
t in the squadron's hangar x' each flight in"; amlnistratlve assistant.tothe head '.... gravity. and the law of averages.. on &.nr-. 30. 1965.
7' Commander Eakle relieved area presented the threat of destruction of Rating Control Delta in ,the '
Cdr. Frank S. Coleman as the !by communist gun em- Bureau of Navy Personnel from Seabee Selected
squadron's skipper. Commander placements and the possibility of# June 1966' to June of this year. NAS
Coleman has received orders to interception by enemy aircraftfar Known throughout the fleet as I
the aircraft carrier USS ShangriLa superior in speed and ma- VAP-62, the squadron does long-
(CVA 38)where) he will assume neuverability. The professional range cartographic mapping and Serviceman for JulyEquipment
duties as carrier air traf- abilities displayed by Com- photographic reconnaissancefrom -
fic control center officer. mander Fitzpatrick and Petty both land and carrier bases. Operator First a trip for he and his family to
The new commanding officer Officer Brown resulted in the Since'deploying to Southeast Asia Class James Thomas Jaynes of St. Augustine, sponsored by the
came to Jacksonville after a gaining of valuable photographic In support of the war effort, the Seabee Division here will be uso.He
tour as executive officer of Heavy intelligence of major impor- crewmembers of VAP-62 have presented with a certificate nam- lives with his wife, Doris,
Attack Squadron 123 at Whidbey tance to current and future mili- earned 42 Air Medals and seven ing him July Serviceman at cere- and their son at Route # 1,
Island, Wash. tary operations in Southeast Asia. Navy Unit Commendations.The monies in the commanding of- Orange Park.
squadron has also receivedthe ficer's office tomorrow.In Others nominated for the I
Receive Air Medals
YNI I Decorated Commander NavalAir Force, a letter of recommends monthly award were AN CliffordA.
; During the ceremonies LCdr. Yeoman First Class A.L.North U.S. Atlantic Flee award foraviation tion, Capt. L. W. Graves, Public Ayers, CS3 Jack Gordan
f C.L. Fitzpatrick and PIll F.W. was presented the NavyAchievement safety for FY 68, for Works officer, stated: Simpson and RM1 Charles. E.|
f Brown were awarded Air Medals Medal from the Secretaryof .meritorious achievement in aviation "Petty Officer Jayneshasbeen Fanning.
l for meritorious Achieve the, Navy for outstanding safety attached to the Seabee Division
since Dec. 19, 1966 and has con-

II E General Visits Wounded Marines tinually conduct displayed in all areas.high standardsof Reserves Laud

"He Is currently assigned the HAS Jax
Retired Marine Corps Brig. third awards of the Air Medal A Navy Cross holder for his primary responsibility of con- Suppor
t Gen. John F. Dobbin, representing were authorized for Cpl. DavidG. actions as a pilot with Marine structing the extension of Birm-
Corps Headquarters, came Simmons for meritorious Fighter Squadron 224 at Guada- ingham'Ave. between Langley St. The air station has receive
aboard the air station Friday to service in aerial flight over Viet- canal, General Dobbin retired in and Mustin Rd. He has spenta a letter of appreciation from Re
r; present Purple Heart Medals to nam. 1966 and lives in Winter Park. great deal of time and energy serve Squadron VP 67 in Atlanta
; Marine patients at the Hospital. _.__... _n'H._HHu.u.___u._ __ in planning, scheduling and work for the local'support give.
Acting as a personal representative ing on this project. Through his the reserve unit during two weeks|
of Marine Corps Com- efforts, ingenuity and skill, he of active training.
i mandant Gen., Leonard F. Chapman has worked out many problems in Cdr. Ted Levy, USNR, CO oil
General Dobbin said, "I minimal time which allowed VP 67, made the follow!
extend the commandant's greetings opening the road to traffic nearlytwo remarks in a letter to <:apt
I' to each of you and want to tYI months ahead of schedule. Henry O. Cutler, NAS Jax COl
If' let you know that you have not : : k- "Jaynes has gained the respectof "The outstanding cruise whldl
been forgotten by the Corps." his superiors, peers and sub- has just been completed byRef
w' He went on to explain the ... __ ordinates in performing the tasks serve Hardware Patrol Squadro
importance of every Marine to t assigned him, setting an out- 67 was accomplished largel
protect his rights as an American standing personal example. due to the fine facilities and cooperation
; citizen and urged those eligible a "He continually exhibits the afforded us by NASJack|
to to vote in the November ;' sonville.
t qualities of an outstanding ser-
election. The general also discussed .t h viceman of the Navy and puts "We highly commend you fol
veteran's rights available \' >., .x: ,...;,;,. forth many extra hours whenever your efforts In absorbing alma:
f to the men upon their return to '..\ ''r1;;,I' .,i: necessary to get a job done and 500 officers and men, large!
civilian life. 1 done well. than a normal fleet size pat(j
.I Later, General Dobbin toured %; squadron ." f
several hospital wards and stop- "His uniforms are maintainedand Commander Levy went on to that
ped to chat with wounded Ma- iit ... worn In the highest of Na- each department for its suppojf
f rines. Authorized Purple Hearts ; val tradition and has personal and singled out the Maintenanc
for wounds received in combatin \ L., :, appearance and conduct off sta- Department for day and night suj[
Vietnam were Sgt. Richard A. ; ", :". 1'4;;;. tion reflect his self pride and port during the antisubmarine*
:,. Pelkey; Cpl. KIrby Simmons; % s the pride he has in the service. ...ercise "Sneaky Pete."
Lance Corporals Kenneth Williams For his achievements, EO1 In a station wide endorsement
and Julian C. Bonner; and o" o.j' "m_ Jaynes will be awarded a $10 Captain Cutler added h]
1 PFC's David E.RJppberger,Les- gift certificate to the Candlelight appreciation to the officers amen
ter A. Freeman and Nicholas. TOURS WARDS-General Dobbin stopped to visit with LCpl. Restaurant and one free portrait In the station departmenj
.PK>> itlBMR Robert M. McLean of Jacksonville during tour of hospital at the Navy Exchange Portrait which have the missionof provi<(

second and wards Friday. . . .Shop,I by.the.Navy! Exchange,and ing. .fleet]. . .
: of FLA. HISTORY F..r

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I, 1968

I- oinfsl 1 Vlnt' 5erv'e '

Editorial I View

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St. Edwards Chapel

A Guiding HandA SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.
1 DAIY MASS 11:30 a.m.

few seasons ago one of the songs from a Broadway musicalked ? ".. 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
"What Are We Going to Do About the Younger Generation?" TUESDAY

was a catchy little tune with entertaining lyrics that just might ; t tr Single Young Catholic Organ-

ve had more of a message to it than we gave it credit, \o pe ization - 7:30 p.m. k
Maybe a better way to phrase the title would be "What Are We

>ing About the Younger Generation?" Have we fallen into the ..
emingly age-old habit of discussing the "younger generation"terms St. Luke's Chapel .. '.
of gloom, shaking our heads and then forgetting all aboutm
until the next time we decide to criticize them?
SUNDAY MASS - 8:00 a.m.
ore important, are we doing anything to make sure there are .. .- PROTESTANT ,

e:: opportunities, incentive and ledaership the younger generationeds. SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m. .

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Saints' Chapel :.
If. .
1. 4
h .." : ;l SUNDAY.'
1.fjl.I.,<; .t.j CHURCH SCHOOL '- 9:00 a.m.: .
.( .}.(.';../, HITCHES A RIDE -- Army CH-54A sky crane hoists a dis- Blgd. #722 .;

..:.. 7? abled Navy helicopter from the deck of the guided missile Divine Worship Service10:00. "

? frigate USS Jouett in the Tonkin Gulf. After a repair job the a.m. Bldg # 722. :

;::i helo returned to Its search and rescue mission off the Viet: Junior Youth Fellowship. 6p.m.. ', .;
) .
#722. '
nam coas t.Navy's. Bldg. I
ti' WEDNESDAYSenior .

t,4.,:,, 'f Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m. '
Horse Buried THURSDAY t .
l'f'n. Only
{\\.r. Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
L .
Bldg. #722.Christian .- ,
\ t -
Science Service --'.

With Full Military RitesEd 7:30 p.m. Bldg. #722.Traffic. '.. I;.,. ." ,

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Servicemen and women have a tremendous chance to help guide ( Note: The following story vered into a waiting van for the .1 I

nd direct our younger generation, to help them learn to do things appeared in the "Air Scoop" trip to his retirement home -- a .
tter, more successfully and more intelligently -- and to helpm Naval Air Engineering Center, rest farm for horses near Ex- I I

have a youth they can look back on with pleasure. Philadelphia, Pa.) ton, Pa. \

Whether as a volunteer playground supervisor, coach, tutor, Dexter is dead. His remainslie Began to Fret j Violations 1\
oy or Girl Scout leader or working with the summer Youth Oppor- beneath the peaceful groundsof

inlty Program or Neighborhood Youth Corps, members of the Dexter Park at the Naval Home Here,. Dexter demonstrated his
rmed forces can help equip the youth of our country to lead where he was buried two weeks almost human like qualityand

roductive and responsible lives. ago. He's gone on to graze on began to fret, not at all The following is a report of

By volunteering our time to help in various programs, we can the greenest of pastures where satisfied or impressed with his motor vehicle accidents and traf- '. .
elp mold today's youngster's into tomorrow's capable, conscien- only the select can roam. new surroundings or the chow. fic violations for the period July .
ious citizens. His brown wooden casket He also missed all his friendsat 16 through 22.

The future of our nation rests in the hands of our young people.e was lowered into a king size the Naval Home. Number of Accidents

can and should help see to it that those hands are strong andible. grave draped with the stars and The feeling was mutual forthe This week ----------9 .

(AFPS) stripes of old glory. When taps 238 retirees at the Home wanted Total Accidents this year through .a; '; ..
sounded for their beloved pal, him back -- so much that'they July 22 - - --205Number .. .,
MakeCy'c'ing'S'afeDrive the retired' :old,'salts who' live at set up a $50 a month fund for 'of Accidents'through July

the home snapped to attention his upkeep upon his return. Thus 1967 - - 209 .' .

with a salute, many of them attired Dexter came home Nov. 2,1966. Total number of days since '.. ;'; ; j
a car into a stone wall at 15 miles per hour and you could in their Navy blues. Now Dexter has left his ship- last injury in a motor vehicle .:

urvive with minor injuries if you're wearing a safety belt. But Dexter was laid to rest with mates, but this time he hasn't accident ----------6 ;.
rive a motorcycle into the same wall and you probably won't be traditional military. pomp and left the Home. He spent his Number of Violations
round to talk about it later. hero. But he last few in "his
protocol given a years grazing This Week - - 54
However, in spite of the hazards of riding a two wheeler, motor- was neither an admiral chief own restaurant*.' the groundsof Speeding - -. ---4
:ycling has been booming in the United States In the last 10 years. or seaman. Not even a civilian. the Naval Home. No one Reckless Driving -------1

Some experts predict that by 1970 there will be one cycle for every Dexter never held command, will ever know how many tons Going Through Stop Sign 2

'0 persons. fired a shot or saw a war.>.He of grass he ate at the Home Other Violations - --47
Until 1967, Increases fn cycles brought corresponding increasesn didn't even have a last name. during his 23 year "hitch" Forty-three drivers appeared

motorcycle Accident fatalities. But last. year, according to the there. before the Traffic HearingBoard .
ational Safety Council, these deaths decreased to 1,950 from Horselife But it was a fitting feast for at the meeting held on July 25.

,050 for the ,previous year. To tell the truth Dexter was the only horse in the U. S. Navy. Disposition of the cases includedthe

Protective clothing can shield motorcyclists In an accident. only a horse, a tired old 34 He served his country well for following: Seven lost driving .

n the 30 states now requiring cycle helmets, In 1967 motorcycleeaths when he died. That's a young 34 years. and parking privileges aboard
decreased as much as 59 per cent from the previous year. age for a human being, but in station for various periods; 20
horselife it's ancient and almost
New federal standards and state legislation for motorcycle: / were assigned to complete an
uipment, motorcycle driver license tests and the wearing of prehistoric. fTTl V.TI eight-hour course in remedial
Dexter beganhis military car
afety helmets has played 'part in this turn about .- but much I driving; five received suspen-
eer with the Army pulling cais- ttM r
emains to be.done, according to the Council. sions five were dismissed one
The motorcycle's basic Instability demands great skill from its sons with a field artillery unit was fined (U.S. Commissioner) ;
at Fort Royal, Va. In 1945
river. Because of this the Council has recommended that cyclists tri and two referred to commanding
the Naval Home needed
ust have spe licenses issued only after written and road tests. officers for possible disciplinary
to pull a in its mainten-
ast studies have shown that a large number of motorcycle acci- wagon action. Thirty seven drivers

ems occurred during the first one or two times an Individual]l ance request department.was submitted A formal to the WMMW ISII1JWJ tMfH!! were assessed 108 trafficpoints.zsofBotWorIds .

ver took.a machine out for a run.
Army Quartermaster in Washington -
Whether or not the motorcyclist lives in a state governed b$ and due time Dexter arriv-

LOtorcycle legislation, he has a legal and moral responsibility ed at the Home complete with '
protect himself and others by knowing his cycle well, riding a his record custody card and his [
hide that is in good condition and wearing protective clothing. serial number.

Exemplary PerformanceFor By LCdr. R.L. Roberson, CHC .
many years Dexter's per- .... .1 .
formance of duty at the Naval In all military chapels and in ygtfr'
a responsibility to country
JT/kX AIR NEWS Home was exemplary. He earned many civilian churches we find and you have a to
his keep by pulling a utility can two flags -- one is the flag of responsibility
Be -
YOU ooa.
around the Naval Home groundsfor our nation, the other is the flag fill them both!I" surer you
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The J AX AIR NEWS 'Is a Civilian' Enterprise Newspaper trash collection. However, of our faith. Jesus reminded us Although Jesus lived under a
distributed' each Thursday at the U. S. Naval! Air Station he eventually became the victimof that we are citizens of two worlds dictatorship he '
en- .
never once ,
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company mechanization. He was relieved and that we have definite respon-
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR of his duties by a gasoline sibilities to each when he said couraged the overthrow of the Roman -
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. Box tractor and shortly after that "Render : Empire. He did encouragehis
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub the of unto Caesar the things followers to obey the laws
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele retired.On groom. many years was that are Caesar's and unto God of the land and he laid down a
phone 772 3118 or 3119. the things that are Gods. of which 300
group principles
June 14, 1966 at his retirement The people who prompted Jesusto
later Infiltratethe
Advertisements arc solicited by the publisher and queries ceremonies, a retired make this statement were years were to
concerning such should be directed to. chief boatswain's mate piped trying to trick him. They were Roman Empire and replace
emperor worship with the Christian -
him the side and he
was his enemies and took for
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. granted faith.
led through an honor guard of
Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 eight sideboys and seemingly both one worlds.could not be a citizenof We In America have a respon-

sibility to Caesar as Well as to
enjoyed the background of mar-
They took for granted that there God. .
We should be
grateful to
VOL. 26 NO. 19 AUGUST I I. 1968 tial music and the framed retirement is a conflict between one's loyalty live and serve In a nation that
certificate which hung
to God and his loyalty to his
na- makes It relatively to serve
from a garland of flowers around tion. Much to their easy
surprise both God and Caesar with '
his He
girth. was.finallymaneu- .
Jesus answered .
: have minimum conflict of conscience...t' '0'.'

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Club Buzzino With Activity I

: CECIL -- Things are buzzingat .,. ..
the Chief's Club.Construction .
w.p" ; a swimming pool
and In the near future an Increase -
in kitchen facilities, more w
entertainment is scheduled, fea-
ture nights have more variety,
and the club is hiring more helpto
a handle the Increase in clien-

tele.The energy of Mess Manager,

Chief Ralph F. Stine, is one ., i re S n
u___ _n....___ reason for the new activity.An i Rx
ATC Ferland I J. Barber of AMD is publicly congratulated by example of the chief's accomplishments -

AMD Officer, Commander Neil Craig on his retirement July 30. the increasein

Avionics CPO Goes Ashore Previously night's entertainment the club presentedone per

J _. week. Now Stine has scheduled
- -
i f Chief Aviation Electronics The commander personally con- country and western bands each NEW MANAGER-Chief Ralph Stine new CPO Club
1'1 I Technician Ferland J. Barber gratulated Chief Barber and Friday night, popular dance Manager makes tour with inspecting officer,
bands and
,, of the Avionics Division, Air- praised him for his high degreeof dinner on concert Saturdays on Sundays.a piano Commander A.B. Rhodes Jr. The chief has instituted new I

craft Maintenance Department, reliability and professional Another new feature at the club tivities and has future plans to increase service and enterI
retired from active service' in competence.The lsthe Thursday night Foreign i tainment for mess members.
formal ceremonies here Tues- Chief, who arrived at Cecil DiShSuPPiX:. The club serve; rons advance notice about en- burner.* July 25, for further in]
day,July 30. on Feb. 10, 1967, has serv-
formation .
of different tertainment, activities andmenus )
a meal typical a :: ..
The chief, who has served as a ed aboard 30 different duty stations foreign country each time. for the month. Entertainment, construction|
Boatswain's Mate, a Radiomanand including 11 ships. Chief Stine reports that lr' and features, however, are no
a Signalman and held rate "After so many years service" increased number of patrons'is,' He asks that club members the only things on the upswi
it's hard the him their and ad-
to say anything, send names
as a Quartermaster and Elec- forcing him to hire more help:I Chief Stine warns that, due t chief addressed his shipmates. dresses. He wants to get all
tronics Technician, left the Navy and formulate plans for ar 1 the tax increases, prices t
"I just want to thank members on the mailing list for
after 22 years service. for everyone increase in kitchen facilities to Club may also experience a sligh
cooperation and'helpand \ the schedule.The
Chief Barber officially produce more hot food at a faster rise.
was retired hope that God will bless all
rate. Chief says the new swim- Stine, his wife Juanita ai
by Aircraft Maintenance of you the way he has blessedme
Officer, Commander Neil Craig. and family." The chief has also institutedthe I ming pool, an' 82 x 72 foot their two children reside a<
my publication of a monthly CPC> construction will be ready by the 10515 Beverly Nalle, Jackson
Club schedule which gives patH -. first part of Sept. (see After- ville.
Wassell Selected

Schoolmaster Reo. ?bi"i5s; i 1ft :'
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CECIL--Aviation Electronics was runner-up in all Naval Air ; .: ..
Technician First Class Edward Maintenance Training Groups.The .... ..': "'<; :,.;> .. ':: .." .
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H. Wassell of Naval Air Main- subject of the presentation : : ''
tenance Training Detachment for this year/s: local ,run < :}:
1016 A4)), has been selected to off was"1 Doppter Principle." : ...
represent the station in the 1968 The overall winner,of the competition ; ,A. ?
"Schoolmaster" competition.The is presented a trophyand
earns the title of "School- too late., 1
competition conducted,, "
of the Year.
annually nical Training by the Command Naval Air forth Tech- master Wassell reported to NAMTD __ : 4
(A4) In October 1965 from Fighter -. i. ..
of the outstanding : ,
purpose enlisted selecting instructor in the- Squadron 53, NAS Miramar, _.k' r
California. He Is presently assigned -
command. This year's competition '
as an instructor in the' 1
will be held at NAS Nor- '
folk, Va.Petty miniature component repair ,
course, the transistor course, N:1i:;;:::<" f
Officer Wassell won the and the TA4F AT organizational r
1967 East Coast competition and maintenance course.

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;; Jax Marine News .I, FY,I. I

; By SSgt. Jim Custer By Philip L. WeintraubIn your youngsters? Or do you want
I to speculate? Whatever your aim,
the past few weeks, 1 have a certain type Investment will
:Jax -- If you see a Marine rank from Lt. Col. A. E..James, attempted to teach Navymen and suit you.
jgeant driving a new car and CO of MAD.Rounding. women, how to invest excess cap- Investing for the assured income -
ding a new, 60 foot house out Smith's busy week ital. Looking back over my articles is what" I call the "Grandma -
iller headed for Camp Lejeune was a set of orders transferring I see I have neglected one type. I recommend thisto
re's a good chance you'vejust him to Camp Lejeune, N. C., of the most important aspectsof the person who is lookingfor
pn Sgt. Howard H. Smith.Smith which he selected as his reen- investing -- investment goals.No a stable income during retire-
enlisted for six years this week listment option. one can begin investing ment. Stocks in the utility field
received a bonus of $3,344. During his tour here, he was ." '.; properly without a reason to in- are most feasible because they
[peg with this bonus he receiva assigned to the Supply Section of vest. What are your goals? Do pay higher yields, in the six
a promotion to his present the Marine Aviation Detachment.He you desire to have an assured per cent range. There are typesof
Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.J income? Do you want growth to investment portfolios that can
E. Smith of Baldwin, Fla. The Sgt. N., H. Smith assure that college education forClassroom be set up to assure a monthly
: 1965 graduate of Ribault High income in dividend payments so
JIMMIE'S7E"IIII'.aL. School Is married to the former .' that you can attain a ,dividend
."""'. r....", .... Linda F. Tittle of Jacksonville.GySgt. '._ ... check every month. Many stocks
a a a a a a ,4it pay dividends quarterly. Buying
: J. Bulson > four stocks, that pay dividendsin
Ellery and
... ..
.. ,.
'v '"'' .. different months will
J. four
t SSgt. Ronald F. Mather were a- .,. ,$ff>'I" : pro-
''I warded the Navy Achievement 4: .'. ;' vide this.
: ...... Medal by LtCol. A. E. James, The next type of goal is the
CO, earlier this month. Both 8if<, iE:: J groWthtype. I call this the "young
men were cited for their superb : idea." This is most feasible for
MEJICO"MnIYNNINNINIYNINIYIYINNIIIIIINuIYINIIINIIIIIYIIIINII professional competence. and t ',' :,. the young Navyman, because it
technical knowhow while serving : involves a longer period of time
with the 1st Marine Air Wingin t ',u > ,.;- ; whereby the returns can boomin
Vietnam. Gunny Bulson was -:,.. astronomic proportions. The
stationed at Marble Mountain with s9;> 'i' growth field encompasses stocksin
MEXICAN Marine Helicopter Group 16 while franchise operations,to stocksin

SSgt. Mather served with the ,., supplying consumer products.
& AmricaNRESTAURANT G 4 Section of Wing Head "y.,:)" These stocks are the most likely
quarters. Both men are cur ''''' candidates for investment clubs.
rently instructing at AE School. The next type of goal is whatI
I Cpl. Willis D. Spencer and x. call the "crap shooter" or
I Corner of Kingsley Ave. LCpl Richard D. Young received the speculation stock. Many peo-
& Highway 17 Meritorious Masts for their BoundJax ple will relate a fantastic market
outstanding achievements while story to you about how they madea
ORANGE PARK, FLA. attending school at the training killing on the Stock Market,
center. Cpl. Spencer graduatedtop -- Lt. (j. g.) Gloria Amatrudi, whose coordination with by buying a "hot tip.*' This is
The Best Mexican Food man in his class at AO local educational institutions has helped hundreds of local Navy- primarily what a speculator is.
this side of the border and School and LCpl. Young was men and women further their education, will return to civilian The word speculate, comes from
'better cited for consistantly performing life next week. the Latin word speculatus, which
t than most on the his duties with the support Miss Amatrudi became the air station's educational services means 'to see;or foretell."Spec-
other side.
section in an outstanding manner officer In October 1966 after graduation and commissioning at ulators will take a chance on a
I, after completing AE School. Cpl. Waves' Officers Candidate School, Newport, R. I. During her longshot, hoping that a new industry -
Monday thru Saturday Spencer, along with Cpl. MichaelA. tenure here she set up college level programs with Jackson- will boom.Speculation requires -
. Cullinan, was promoted to ville University and more recently with St. Johns River Junior a great deal of risk,there-
II A.M. TIL 10 P.M. his present rank at the same College. Both schools have conducted extensive off duty edu- fore I would only recommend a
ceremony. Both Cpl. Cullinanand cation programs aboard the base, with St. Johns tentatively. stock in this category to a per-
TAKEOUTSERVICE Cpl. Spencer finished firstin scheduled to offer more classes this fall. son with a sizable amount of
their class to earn the promo- Other programs established aboard the station under Miss capital to risk. '
r tion. They are presently on orders Amatrudi s guidance include speed reading classes; an exten- Any stock In any field will
to the 2nd Marine Air Wing sive high 'school program which offered Florida State diplomasto suit an individual if his goals are
....."" ,,, a tChe r r"j Pit. *M' C successful students. In her. capacity as educational services set properly. When you decide to
I" ,, officer, Miss Amatrudi also organized language classes which invest, ask your broker what
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This fall ,Miss Amatrudi will teach grade school in Mont- fit your situation. Ask him what
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degree. She holds a bachlor of arts degree in education and a chosen fit into.Deciding .
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Merit promotion opportunities MPB No. 133 68 General Commissary Stores and Na
currently open for receipt of applications Engineer, GS 11. Area of Recruiting Station Jackson i r.
are listed below. The consideration: Nationwide. Applications ville. Applications will be a
area of consideration and closing will be accepted cepted through the close of bu
date of each is shown. through the close of business ness Monday.
a, .. N tLi MPB No. 72 67 Plan D August 23. For further information r
s a da, ,k"j I grade levels GS 4 and below MPB No. 135 68 Mana- garding these positions, see t
MPB No. 79 67 Plan Call gement Analyst, GS 5. Areaof copies of the bulletins or a
semi skilled positions pay consideration: NAS, NARF. nouncemenrs or call Ext. 232
level 7 and below and MPB No. NARTU. COMFAIRJAX, FAE- Rating and Examining Bran
a 4 83 67 Plan B all skilled TULANT Navy Hospital Navy IRD, NAS Jax.
fps positions pay level 8 and above.
Area of consideration: NAS, $SSXSXXXXXXXXX3C*
Navy Commissary Stores and Cash Monthly Months
Navy Recruiting Station, Jack- You Get Payment to. Pay
sonvjlle. A separate applicationmust I N 1DAY 1
be filed for each positionin $ 84.33 SS.OO' 24
which interested.
ANOTHER AWARD: Ronald Goodwin of Public Works Trans- MPB No. 158 67 Industrial 219.27 13.00 24
portation, is awarded his Third Beneficial Suggestion Award Engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 and 11. \ $25 to $600ARRANGED
by Capt. L. W. Graves, public works officer. His latest sug- Area of consideration: Nation- 320.79 19.00 24
gestion was for the use of a body and fender pull dozer, to wide. Applications will be accepted 427.51 25.00 24
pull out dented forms and bumpers from damaged vehicles. until the needs of the 500:51:
The pull dozer would eliminate the use of pull chains. His services are met and will be 29.00 24
suggestion will save the NaVy $1,200. considered as received. 600.00 34.39 24
MPB No. 129 68 Shorthand BY PHONE
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The Franklin D Roosevelt three Naval vessels has been :
uadron of the Navy Sea Cadets with NARS as chief of staff. :j.,. ',\-" t1\J"r;'....... .1 t

rps have reason to be proud. As a civilian he is director of 1y.ri';;: :' ; 'I'i :;." '. ...
le Navy League of Jacksonville the Veterans Administration r '." 1 : .
nsored-squadron has placed Hospital in Gainesville. 1fI"'i"; ,.I;: .."..:, '.
le of their cadets in the Na- Capt. Chappell, a state re ; \ j :: ;

nal Navy League Spotlight. presentative and Governmentalaward \ '.\:,. .:.. ,. ; ;
y ya I" \) .' ."fi "i ':
Cadet Airman Apprentice Walce winner will remain with ..,. f5"'fF'k...', <. ..."'., ."," ." ".. \ ;; r }
G. Hollyfield Jr., 16, was NARK as a staff member. ;",! : ':.J.!,> .. .
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;lected as one of 25 cadetsom t : ; ; .,. .;J,;!>:\:. ".. OI'!, '. ..,.."',.' ... ,..,..
the eastern United States NARTU's "Gator" airlines ", ., '; 'If', :,:. ::...<
attend weeks at the Navy furnished ,
two transportation Friday :
cearx graphic School. Young for more than 25 Marine Vietnam : l.l.'r'r ("" { '' "
lollyfield, a student at Forrest Veterans from the Naval Hospital : ,} :>

|igh School left July 21st, fore here to West Palm Beach ....rlt.'.'; '. ., ,
two-week school in Suitland and back. :. : : :" .: '. 1 ,'"" .> .! ..
The vets were hosted during : : :. I ..[ s a ( d
Hollyfield is the son of Rev. the weekend by the West Palm : : ,!, I.' .. ," nx
lid Mrs. W. G. Hollyfield of Beach Chamber of Commerce :, .

318 Rommilly Drive. and various merchants in the ." ,1'i': \' '1" -'. ..... ,
1(1 Palm Beach r\\; :f'
area. i '
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Capt. John M. Randall as- When the C 118 arrived at "'.".i.T.. "> ', ">. :''''."v.'i';." ...' ".._: : ,
umed the command as CO of the West Palm Beach Interna- . .'
JARS Fl from Capt. William tional airport more than 100 ;t <\ .. ..' ...";::,'''.''
.. \ r'
appell Jr.,.. July 20. people were on hand to welcome ... .. 'u .
Capt. Randall who has seen 13 them. Among some of the wel-

ujor engagements in the committee were Major NEW SHIPMENT--L to R) Cynthia Priest past president of the Jacksonville Officers Wives :'
''acific and has been aboard David H. Brady Miss MarathoPalm' Club, Janet Ruge hospital librarian, and Margaret Clees, librarian at the NAS library look I
Beach and Miss Marine
books received for the while NATTC librarian lona
I $i hUft//i liuorgl6 i' Corps. over new and records just libraries
checks them off the invoice. '

ADCS Nathaniel S.Quartermanwas "' :

graduated top man at Com-, rOn
NavAirLant Career Counselor's I 1'

School class of here 28. July 19, out of a NATTCBehind The Scene ,

After serving four years In the

regular Navy.. Quarterman joinedthe By June Goff Margaret Qees, librarian at Janet Huge hospital librarian
E: reserves in January 1947 the NAS facility updated the selected adult books consisting '
and is presently the leading chief Three libraries aboard station children's section by purchasing of neW novels and interior decorating .
for NARS Fl. were among recipients of donations books from the "Fifty Books in which have often been .. '.- .,
In civilian life he is super- from the Jacksonville Of- Easy Reading" category withher requested by patients of the hos "
: visory production controller at ficers Wives Club. T donations share of the donated money. The pital. _t .
EIIX'( NARF. made it possible for the libraries books are designed for children Librarian lona Neslon into "
.11.lInl""IIIIIII"II"nll"lIIllIInllIlIlIIlIIl"III".III.1 purchase books and records from kindergarten through seccreased the record collection at "
PEIM: .; ,I ,, needed for library patrons. ond grade. the NATTC library with the donated -
I MARSHALL ACRES money. The records include -

9359' 103rd St. I popular, semi-classic and ,
I Jacksonville's modem mobile newest home hmost iMNiMUMiMiiuuimiiiiuuiimiiiniimMmNiMiiiiuuuiiiiiimmiitimii classical music by popular ar- .'\.
WAYS'o. community Is now open for tists. : : '"

your 44x75lots-Inspection.- Large I According to Cynthia Priest i (I,:: ,:*.. .
9 immediate of the /. .1': ..
i ONLY $35 PER MO. FIRST QUALITY.! s'95 past president
COMPLETE 6.S0. Jacksonville Officers Wives .
Swimming pool tennis court
J. J., Cindy or Eunice I shuffleboard court, B-B-Q I NO. SECONDS! F.E.T. $1.81 Club approximately $1,500 has '"
-g pit, picnic tables will be been donated by the club re- ,..'
-built for your enjoyment.
389-0349 act today call I 24 Month ,$11.95 cently. Some of the larger donations ',.:-3.' .:
Et VERANO MOTOR COURT ; have the ": '
5531 ROOSEVELT BLVD Mr. K.S. Martin. Manager 7.75 14 gone to Boy } ,' ", .
| 359-2924 I s Fritz or FE.T. $2.21 Scouts Naval Air Station Chapel .
Venetia Shopping Center \
+ PalIIO" Fund Navy 1 League Jacksonville -
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', "''''''''"" \\ '" "" IiiiiBiiiiiiiiiMimiiuuiiiuiiHiiiimiiiiiMiiiiiimiiiiuniiiiH iiiiiift R.f. 24,000 $13.95 Childrens' Museum and
CPO 8.25x 14 I the Little League.
Ow ne, GUARANTEEUnconditional F.E.T. $2.36 The club members hold two
o ( ) charity /unctions each year and
also sell cookbooks to raise mon-
eYe Recipes i contained in the cookbooks
1 NO MONEY DOWN"! are collected from ser :1''

vicemen's wives all over the "! :. -
We fiiiHce ii I Service! "
uyoie Military world. : :' '
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AVCM William C. Segee retired :t

Department Stores, Company Stores and ,Independent Tire Dealers from the U.S. Navy and .<.-
USED transferred to the United States

MUSTANGHEADQUARTERS 6015 BLANDING BLVD 771-3442 Naval Fleet Reserve on Wednesday ,, '. '

(Across from the House of Bargains July 31. Cdr. WJ. Tut- ::.
5444 Normandy Blvd. 389-0388 wiler executive officer NATTC .',' w', :"
2809 Mayport Road 246-4825 officiated at,the ceremonyending :,,:;
ALL the naval career of Chief Segee ;, '

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I I.- 1 can Campaign Medal, Victory co-chairman; Mrs. James Phil-
Medal WWII, Navy Occupation lips secretary MM Henry t i--, : 4 .."., -1 f !
NATTC Service Medal (Europe), and the Posthuma treasurer Mrs. Rob ( "
t Behind I the ScenesContinued I National Defense Medal ((2nd Award ert Biggs, hospitality chairman; rJJ2JJiI'l
). In January 1968, he received Mrs. Lyle Clark telephone Uuan
i ( a Navy Beneficial Suggestion chairman; Mrs. Lester Kuchler
,. from Page 6)) Award for his efforts in layettes; Mrs. Ed Bath decor-
extending the "in service time" ating chairman and Mrs. Jack QIIas;
.which began on September 8, Technical Training Center, you ,of a fuel boost pump. Purtee, cookbook chairman. Mrs.
1942. have performed your duties as Chief Segee and his family William Murphy and Mrs. James
;:: During his nearly 26 years in Course Supervisor within the plan to retire in the local area. Carryl will share the club's pub- t San Juan of Niblick
the'Navy he has had duty in Aviation Electrician's Mate . licity chores. Phone 384 4406
various composite, fighter and School, Class B, in a manner Aboard meeting of the Naval The club does not hold monthly
other squardons, both ashore and which left nothing to be desired. Air Technical Training Center meetings during the summerbutwill 1. 2, & 3 Bedrooms
embarked' in numerous aircraft Your outstanding leadership abilities Officers' Wives Club was hosted begin meeting the third Wednesday Garden with Type Apartments
carriers. He has served four devotion to duty and the by Mrs. REP. Kline, wife of the of each month starting in Atmosphere Country Club
tours of his shore duty at the high level of professional com- commanding officer, in her home September. Kitchens I equipped with G-E
.Naval Air Technician Training petence displayed by you have at yesterday morning. 9' Ranges 6 Refrigerators
'Center. all times conformed to the.high Attending the combined coffee Mosquito Planes .'Individual Air Conditioning:
.. 'I e Cdr. Tutwiler presented him est standards of the United States and meeting were the club's Ten Florida counties -- Bre- and Heating by G-E
with a letter of appreciation on Navy." incoming and outgoing officers. yard, reward, Collier, Dade Drapes furnished
behalf of the Commanding Of- Chief Segee's outstanding per- Dus to be installed to help Hillsborough, Indian River, Lee, .Wall to'all\ Carpeting and
ficer, Capt. R.P. Kline. The let- formance and devotion to duty organize the club's activities this Monroe and Volusia -- use airplanes Largc Swimming Pool
ter read in part, "During your have earned him the Good Con- fall are Mrs. Maurice Holder in mosquito control says
assignment at the Naval Air duct Medal ((7th Award), Ameri- chairman; Mrs. Robert Kunkle, the State Board of Health.


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MoviesMovies ;.. CubSchedules! ,

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will be shown nightlyat
the NAS Jax Theater at 7:30 .
p.m. There will also be a Kid-

die Matinee at 2 p.m., Sat., anda CANDLELIGHT--Tired of the Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun. same old BLT or hot dog for Florida 32210 to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
and holidays. The Hospital Theater lunch? Want a change? Then Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
will have one nightly featureat walk, run or drive down to the publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
7 p.m. Cecil Field will have Candlelight Monday through FrI- be received WITH the copy for the ad.Do '

two nightly shows during the weekat day from 11 a.m. to 2 pm.:
5:30 and 8 p.m. Matinees will for one of the finest buffet lun- Not Send Cash .
be shown on weekends at 2 and cheons around' a price suitedto

5 p.m. Ratings: A Adults please any pocketbook. With Rate: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00
GA General Audience S Sup the new hours of the Candlelight . .
erior E Excellent VG you can now ,dine in an
Very Good G Good. F Fair elegant relaxing-atmosphere and Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.50

CNA Class Not Available. go back to work refreshed. Those
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THURSDAY, AUG. I looking for a place to dine on
the weekends should rememberthat
NAS: "ROUGH NIGHT IN JER- the Candlelight is also open A Civilian Use STEREO COMBINATION LAKE LOTS

ICHO" starring Dean Martin and on Friday from 2 p.m. til mid- For Service Know How CONSOLE MODEL with radio Large lots on Santa Fe Lake.
George Peppard. A/E (112 min.) night and Saturday and Sunday Major Company has openings In take up payments on beautiful Terms. Call Owner 387-7379
HOSPITAL: "JOURNEY TO from 11 a.m. til 9 p.m. Enter- most areas: of Fla., for men stereo like new. 4 speed rec-
THE CENTER OF TIME" star- tainment this'leek features of ability iniative and desire ord changer. Balance due $68 UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT

ring Scott Brady and Gi Gi Charlie Jay from 7 to 10:30 Fri- for higher than average earnings. or $8 per month. Phone 353-1946 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath
Perreau. CNA (103 min.) day and 7 to 11:30 Saturday. Complete training provided. Included anytime. Ask for Credit Manager. Bungalow w/stove&ref rig.Furn.
C. FIELD: "FOR FEW DOLLARS telephone number. when Will deliver no obligation. A-1 Dining Rm., Garage & Space
MORE" Starring Clint BLUEJACKETS INN -- Threego addressing inquiry to: Music Center 1606 Main St. Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545 Call
Eastwood. A/VG ((130 min) go girls will be performing Regional Supervisor Jacksonville. after July 8.PUBLIC.
from 3:30 6
to Monday
p.m. *
2911 McCoy Road
through Friday and night.
every Orlando Florida 32809 FOR SALE: TWO BEDROOM NOTICE
The Rush Hour band will
NAS: "DEVILS ANGELS"starring enter- Partially Furn. Cottage on St. Must sell this week 4 Singer
tain tonight. Tomorrow will
Robert SadoWski and feature Phil Cay and the night Chan- "REAL ESTATE: We will help. Johns River 100 x 250 W/Dock sewing machines left in storige.
Bev Adams. ((102 min.) A/G tels. Saturday afternoon the you Buy Sell or Invest. Well and Fruit trees. Tel: Jax Pay $15 storage charges ea.Call
HOSPITAL: "ROUGH NIGHTIN Rush Hour Band followedin Bowen Real Estate Realtor 771 6379 or Palatka 325-7716. 772 0722. Free Delivery ;u320.
JERICHO" starring Dean plays USN Retired 384,- 1376 Wesconnett Blvd. Dealer.
the the UFO's.Sunday .
evening by
Martin and George Peppard.C. .
afternoon the Standard DMIRAL COLOR TV
console model.
Productions will rock out also Big screen
THE CENTER OF TIME" star- Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean Scratched in $289or Houses & Apts. Equity VA &
followed in the evening by the shipment only
ring Scott Brady. modern trailers & Apts. 389- $11 month. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
UFO's. Monday will bring a
3 3007., HOME TV' and MUSIC Call Powell or Mlll$, USN
SATURDAY AUG. special show -- Johnny Thunder .
and The Spiders Webs. Theyare 4747 San Juan Ave. Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park"
NAS: "BLAST OFF" starring'Burl Multiple Speakers Repossessed Realty.
the all girl band in the
Ives and Troy Donahue. CONSOLE STEREO
GANG ((98 min.) country. Admission is 500 for 1968 Console Stereo AM-FM WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Near ZIG ZAG FOR $43
entertainment from 8 to mid NAS &
HOSPITAL "DEVILS AN record in Cecil 1 blk w/of 5900 SEWING Machine Guarantee
: radio 4-speed player Original -
night. Tuesday will bring back blk of
Jammes Rd. Furn
GELS" Robert Sadowskiand cond. Balance $96 and makes buttonholes
starring good only or Zig Zags -
the Standard Productions and
Bev. Adams.C. $8 month. Unfurn. Apts. All new paint,2BR Sews on buttons decora-
Wednesday the UFO's.ACEY LR, Kit Furn Nook Park 2
FIELD: "ROUGH NIGHT PHONE 384-1366 tive designs monograms, etc.
JERICHO" starring Dean Martin HOME TV and MUSIC cars. water & sewage & garbageincl. Just pay balance $43 at $8 per
-- $85
and only mo. unfurn. month. Call Credit
George Peppard. 4747 San Juan Ave. Manager.
orrow night the club swings to Call 3872541nites and week-
SATURDAY MATINEENAS Phone 353 1946 anytime. Will
the beat of the Mark Castle ends Call
: "MORO WITH DOCTOR" DELRAY MANOR 110th & 3890744. deliver no obligation. 1606 MainSt.
Combo. Saturday evening will
starring Jock Mahoney and Mar- Karen St. New all brick homes .
gia Dean. feature the Tonics. Sunday Immediately AC Low 20's. Building Lots DO, YOU WANT TO BE A DISC

"."* '? following game night l iAvailable. Floyd. White Bldr. JOCKEY?? For information call: PICTURES OF WEDDINGS
Tickets For Sale '
,, the special Hollywood the'Spiders -
act 356
771-5643.. -8351. Day or NIght.REPOSSESSED Parties gatherings 'etc. Best
The following tickets are now Webs will entertain.
Deal around Call 264 2140.
on sale at the service
special '
$50 $100 DOWN HOt\.1ES2. 3, 4 STEREO
Bkkz. 704. CLUB 91 FRA -- John Luns-
Br., 1 1/2 baths total pay- Mutiple Speakers 2mo. old. like HELP
Miami Dolphins vs. Boston WANTED
ford and the 8 Balls will enter- '
from $75 to $105. Mo. new 4-speed record player bal.
Patriots at the Gatorbowl Aug. ments Advertising Saleslady and "Gal
from 11:30
tain 8:30 to Sunday.
$49 $7
5320 WesconnettBlvd.
or mo.
Furn. & Unfurn. Rentals.
23. Tickets $4.50. Friday". Will consider full timeor
qualifying equities. For all your 772 0722 Dealer. part time. Must have auto

Real Estate Needs call Godwin pleasant disposition ability to'
3roker, 384 4758 24 Hrs. NO SUBDIVISION learn quickly and willingness to


FOR SALE 4345 TIMUQUANARoad ORANGE PARK Phone 388 -2755 for Interview..

Opposite Venetia School 3 BR, Sunken LR, Sep. DR, Dble
$500 Down FHA 264 4361. F'place betwn. LR & Fam. Rm. HOUSE FOR SALE
Big Corner Lot $29,500.VIRGINIA 1535 Parrish PI., $750 Dwn.
E. BELL FHA' Terms Now Avail. Kitch.

A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY VOLKSWAGEN Cond., New Tires.BUS, Need- GOOD BodyWork REAL ESTATE Eqpt., 10 min. NAS,Elem.School
264 2488 Broker near. W/W, A/C. 389 1650or
*. (... them the VW 16 point Saret and P.rform nc. Inapect- R/H $190. 264 6884. ((24 Hr: 356 2462)) 389 3043.
Uc.d thing that
Ion. Then we tuned up tlcht nd and m ry
needed It. And guaranteed them 1007. for the repair or replacementof
all major. mechanical partt* for 30.daya or 1000 mllea. Come NAVAL OFFICER'S UNIFORMSSize 196Q VW, $350 GOOD SHAPE FOR SALE: TAPE RECORDER

on ENGINE In and double TRANSMISSION check. REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE 42. 388 4446. Mech., Needs Paint job. ((Webcor) $40 Radio (Sylvania
ASSEMBLIES SYSTEM .ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 765 1616 or' 781 2487 after $10 2 Mattresses 74"x38x6"
65 OLDS DELTA 88 2 DR. 6 p.m. $30. ElecHandDrill,$13.Trailer
Fully Automatic Clean Excel. Equalizing Hitch &'Bar $40.T.V.
Cond. $1550 388 8805. DARDEN MOBILE HOME $35. 771 1293.
63 VW SEDAN . . . . ,. $995 .o o..o..o. o o. Subdivision 9416 Crystal SpringsRd.

64 VW\ SEDAN. . '. . . $1075 ., 781 2127. Close to Cecil SPORTSMAN'S DREAM

65 VW SEDAN . . : '. . $1200 Write Your Own paved Field roads 85x91' patio Lg. Lots 2nd Mo., water rent Boat Closet House Bath Lg.Living Br.Room, & Clothes Kitch.

66 VW SEDAN. . .' . ''. -. $1400 Free. Furn. $90 Mo. Adults Only. 2910S.

67 VW SEDAN. . : .: :. $1650 Want Ad Magnolia Rd. Dr's Lake Es-

66 VW SEDAN Air Condo . .; ". $1690 3 Lines Only. $2.00 Steering 1960 DODGE Looks PHOENIX&runs real PB good.& tates Orange Pk. 264 2086.

67 VW SEDAN Air Condo . . $1995 Additional Lines 50* New Tires. $300. Private. Call FURNISHED APTS.

66 VW Fastback Air Cond. . : . $1950 nonsorr ....n ( 384 1366 9:30 6:00. Redecorated( ,' Utilities Inc., 1509

. . $1950 Seminole Rd., or Ph. Mr. Gross
67 VW Fastback . : JAX'S GRE AtESTFURNITURE 1963 RAMBLER"CLASSIC 398 4531.

65 BARB /UDA. . .. Vs, $1150 Sta. Wagon Very nice cond., ",
65 DODG CORONET: u500"AIDsllir: : $1695 Reasonable. Call 384 1367. FORD SKYLINERNew
Eng. O/H. tires upholste
65 Pontiac Bonneville 4DR.,HT Loaded Air. $1950 MIDDLEBURG AREA & carpet Fla. safety insp. Best

66 OLDS F85 Deluxe 4 Dr*Loaded Air Cond. $1995 Big Branch Rd. 5 acres 10 offer. 2405 After 5, 724-5487.

67 FAI RLAN E'' 500 2Dr. H.T. Loaded Air Cond. $2595 acres & larger. Terms. Ph.
282 5272 or 282 5224. 20' COBIA '68 100 HP EVIN-
67 FORD Pick Up Truck . . $1850 RUDE '68 Gator tandem Trailer.

QfiEH ; 2BR. UNFURN APT. CG approved excell.Corxl.$2375
OVER 40 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM EVERY Kltch Equip., will share anotherapt. or best offer. Call Bob Hansen

with lady. 387 3315. 781 5511 days or 388 9420'evenings.


Across from NAS 3BR., Stove & 65 MUSTANG 3 Speed 6 Cyl.,
Refrig., 7149 Bailey Circle New Tires Exc. Cond. $1195.
INC. Phone 387. 4509. Call 771 9452.

1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Flo. 781 5511 Discount stcme $1300 NAS Credit Union will Orange Park Will rent to TAD

Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.1 PM to 6 PM finance $1130. $53 24 mo.EXT. Personnel or Bachelors. 264 -

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I AIR WING 10 Feran. Their 250 and 500 Smith and his strike leader :.s '-'' .o\r\; ? :
pound bombs destroyed at least found a hole in the clouds and ; ,; <>i".L'I/I-" ', ;
CECIL Two veterans of the one of the 'craft and damagedtwo dove on the target, a petroleum .......... pi; J', : C fZ', 't" .; '
Vietnam war -- the USS Intrepid more. storage area 11 miles west of _""'J..q ."jC, .oIf. :'\ #,
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and Carrier Air Wing 10 -- returned Attack Squadron 106 "Gladia- Vinh. Smith continued, "We ,. \'f". '( '""..,'. ,."..' .',,:f'\' ..:}" .: ._.<...t...:.\...... ,.'."..'!#r -......:, ..
to .Yankee Station last tors" struck a highway bridge went in and dropped our bombs .,: .:'.. '. ; .. ":j""', ;"" .f." '.. : ':" )11 fit#' 'R.
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week for the third consecutiveyear 23 miles southeast of Vinh. The down the edge of the tree lined ,< "I" ".. ,,.. .' t1.\....,\ .. .... .'1-\:1''"'.'i\ : ",.. ; i.:..i.
and resumed their strikes bridge had previouslybeendowned highway. In the dive we could )::: :; ;: ; .. >
against North Vietnamese. supply but was under repair. It see a revetted storage building .". ..... "<.... '{;;: : : ': I'.
routes to the south. was originally a 500 foot con- about 50 feet square and our ,; \ : ; ,f. '.!
II'; A4 Skyhawks from Attack crete structure, but repairswere bombs went right through it. '. dt.....t'. .(' ....t7tX',... .\I" \. i;;: ;';' .!w>
Squadron 66 bombed a highway being made with wooden The building exploded in a fire- .t
bridge and bypass bridge 18 miles planks."I'm. ball about 200 feet high. Our other ;
south southeast of Vinh. "The sure those planks aren't bombs ignited several fires beside -
executive officer (Commander there now," stated the flight the road. : .i, i"iI1Itmlji li '
Anthony J. Karpaitis) had a direct leader, Commander John li Corsair pilots of Attack Squadron it'; 11g
hit on the bridge;* said Harns. "We had a number of 82 reported another large ;
Lieutenant (junior grade ) BruceE. good hits." fire at a truck park nine miles
Thielen. Commander E.HawleyBrooks, west of Vinh.Lieutenant. .
Lieutenant Commander Dale A. the commanding officer of Attack (junior grade) Tho- KIDS' DA Y- Members of Attack Squadron 81 pose with children
Iverson, Karpaitis' wingman, Squadron 36 was one of the mas W. Brown described the of Genoa, Italy aboard the USS Shangri-La. The squadron
described the 500 pounders as pilots that hit another 500 strike, "When our bombs hit,
hosted a visit for the children while on port call ,in Genoa.
"dead on it. foot bridge 25 miles southeastof the whole area was just one
Pilots also reported both approaches Vinh. His wingman said large, brilliant, red, sustained
cratered.The that Brooks' bombs were on tar- fire. The burning area cover- VA-81 Hosts Italians On
"Road Runners" of Attack get. ed a circle one hundred feet .
I Squadron 36, flying flak suppression across.ItAttack
for the strike group, AIR WING 6 Squadron 82 pilots Tour of Carrier Shang -
covered an anti aircraft site Storage areas, barges and a also destroyed two enemy cargo
with bombs and rockets. highway ferry were stricken last barges and heavily damaged two CECIL -- Fifty "members fora A 4 Skyhawks, -
During an early morning reconnaissance week by planes of Carrier Air others during a waterway recon- day" joined Attack Squadron They also visited the squadron
mission, number Wing Six in the southern pan- naissance flight. Eighty One, last month. ready room where they were
d of supply barges were discovered handle of North Vietnam. "The barges were about 60 The temporary crewmemberswere served refreshments.
25 miles southeast of "The weather was bad, so we feet long and they appeared to a group of children and their An inspection of a pilot's flight
Vinh. circled the target area to finda have cargo stored on deck" a sponsors from the Institute of gear and a lecture on survival
"There were a bunch of them way to get at it," said Lieu- Corsair Pilot said. "We had Don Orione in Genoa Italywherethe equipment completed the tour.
pulled in end to end and tenant Robert A. Smith, an A7 direct hits on the barges and two squadron was visiting while
parallel to the bank with others Corsair pilot of Attack Squadron of them caught fire and sent out aboard the USS Shangri La.
waiting to come In," remarked 86 who hit one of the stroage an oil slick covering about 700 VA 81 hosted the tour and HONDAMONTESA
Lieutenant Commander Paul M. sites. square yards.. '* quick friendships developed
between the sailors and their
WE FINANCE ALL The children visited Shangri MOTORCYCLES
: La's hangar and flight decks and
SERVICE were shown inside cockpits of
'61 Chevrolet ImpalaV8 ..: F 8 Crusaders and VA 81's'PON ,r
I A/T, Sharp$595
'63 Chevrolet I Impala 2Dr. 7 .-, I
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Shuts Out VW-4 Squad '- Filers Drop

9-0 in Intramural Play Off TiltJax Two-- The MoreJax Jax Navy Fliers

; softball team dropped a double -
-- The base intramural the iirst header then picked up two wins
time the Photomen have game, all by VP 45. Steve
softball play off champion will carted home the station's most Dyson belted two and the other ""- : from two Jacksonville City com-
be decided tomorrow night unlessa coveted mercial league teams over the
trophy. two were picked up by Ed Knel- ,,,. weekend.
tie facilitates another game In the second game of the play ler and George Parker. i: ;
Saturday.As off Monday night, the American The two teams which did not .. .' In a double header played
the action '.' .' .. here Friday Delta Drugs blanked -
got underway League's second action ,., '
place team, see Monday night were :
'. ;. "... the Fliers 1 0 in the first
the .
Monday night, American Lea- Hospital "
dropped the National FICEUR, the National League's .. :;
gue winner VAP 62 shut out League's third place teamNAR- second place team which drew a ,. ,:\ "t: ., game then added insult to injury
VW 4 9 0 behind the TU by taking the nightcap 6-1.
pitch- 72. the
bye; and 679th Radar Squadron, J. :
ing of Don Jackson who ended Also Saturday night in another
Monday night,the National the third ranked team in the American -
regular season play with a 102 doubleheader contest the Fliers
winner, VP 45 blankedthe League. The Radar
downed Roman 6-1 and
record. American League's fourth squad dropped out of the playoff
The VAP 62 Tigers pickedup ranked Weapons 8-0. Don to enter competition in an Air 5-2 behind thepitchingof Don
10 hits off VW 4's Larry Stewart who ended regular sea- Force softball tournament at Stewart.
Nelson as Jackson limited the son play with a 19 1 record, Panama City. Tomorrow night the Fliers will
Reconnaissance squad to five... hurled a no hitter against Wea- As the regular season play seek revenge as they once again
$$$ A with
-- 19-year-old daughterof tangle Drugs in double-
hits.By pons as he faced 24 men and came down to the wire Admin
virtue of taking the A walked three. The losing pit- and VW 4 were all tied up for a NARF TransportationSection header action at Mackroth Field
merican League VAP- cher employee putted her with the first game getting underway -
pennant Sandy Cooper gave up fourth the National Lea-
62 has cinched the Ironman 12 to $100 at the Blanding at 7 p.m.
trophy hits. gue, but VW 4 wrapped it up as way
for spring sports, which is There were four triples in the they downed Admin 6 4 in the Putt-Putt July 21. Pro-Am Saturday night the Fliers will
deciding last week. event. Sue Ellen Attaway, take on Painter's Poultry here in
game a double header slate with the
Little Leaguers Clash Tuesday night saw what mightbe daughter of Mr. and Mrs action. darting at 7 D.m.
I one of the biggest upsets of Elmer J. Attaway, won the The Fliers also have arother
the play off series as Hospital Pro-Am while picking her double header on here
On Blue shut out VP-45_ 1-0, with Hos- ug tap
: Angel FieldJax fifth win in as many tourna- Tuesday night as they go to bat-

I (Continued on Page 12)) ments. tle with City Garage at 7 p.m.
-- Four all star Little The winners of the first two
League team from Florida open- contests will clash tomorrow at Miypert Fisklig Craft
ed a three day tournament at 7 p.m. for the state Little Lea-
the air station Blue Angel Field gue major division title for boys Available te Military
last night.In 11 and 12. The championship Luxury livingAt
the opening game last nightas team from the local tourney will Jax -- A deep sea fishing excursion -
Jax Air News went to press, travel to St. Petersburg for a boat Is available at the
a Tri County team from Milton tournament which will lead to the Mayport Naval Station recreation Modest Cost In
was playing Lake Maggious fromSt. Little League World Series at division. The vessel is equippedwith
Petersburg. later this summer. fishing gear and bait and the
Tonight Jacksonville's Ar- The teams from down state will cost per person for fishing is
lington area All Stars will meet stay aboard the air station during $4 per day.
Tampa's North. Seminoles at 7. the tournament. The 64 foot boat makes deepsea ORANGE.PARK
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Middies End Trainina HereTwenty ing at 7:30 a.m. All military

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eight midshipmenfrom This is the first summer that Field, Glynco, Ga. and Mayport
11 college and university middies have been assigned to are eligible to use this recrea-
campuses east of the Mississ- patrol squadrons on wide scaleas tion facility.
ippi wind up two weeks of pat- pan of their training cycle. Reservations may be made by
rol squadron indoctrination to During a break in their calling the Mayport special-services -
morrow with Patrol Squadron training, the midshipmen were officer at 246 5228. Sat-
45.e : '''1 '. E'4' hosted by the squadron Of-1; urdays and Sundays the vesselis
The Middies began their avia- fleers' Club luncheon July 25. used on a charter. basis only,
don -phase of summer training Capt. W. W. Honour, commander o S it
July 19 after six weeks of train- Fleet Air Wing 11 was the Drowning Third
ing aboard Navy combatant ships. guest speaker.After Drowning has been Florida's
While attached to VP 45, the leaving VP 45, most third leading cause of accidental
future officers underwent an arduous of the midshipmen. will go on death for years says the State
training program which included leave until classes begin this fall. Board of Health.
ground training, flight :
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to squadron junior of- THE

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the chance to handle the controls 1
of one of the squadron's P3A
Orions to get the feel of flying
and motivate them toward
to a
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National Junior Olympics in Clinic
Knoxville, Tenn., next week. the sched
The 14-year-old breast stroke
specialist earned the national
berth while swimming under Jax {
A Navy colors in the regional trials
In Miami, Friday. He picked up CO.
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meter breast stroke competitionwith '
a 1166. '
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against about 50 of the top : > A
breast stroke specialists of my .
., age group, in the country,'there .
fore presenting some pretty tough
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