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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 1973
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Jax The Navy's own "Blue Angels" will headline a two-day open house and ,

air show spectacular here April 14-15. Theme for the aerial extravaganza will bea

; "Naval Aviation Salute to Jacksonville." .

The original l "Blue Angel" The static display of aircraft doctrinate the young men in
'tt team was organized here at NAS and equipment planned will training. We sometimes pay too
Jacksonville in June 1946 under attempt to bring the greatest little attention to our heritage, too _
__ the command of Cdr Roy M. variety of different and new typesof little attention to what has gone':
It! "Butch" Voris and they flew aircraft that has ever been on before, and sometimes we,
their first performance in assembled here. don't give credit to some of the'
Grumman F6 Hellcats at the All proceeds realized from men who gave up their lives to.
Southeastern Show. concessions, souvenir sales and make step by step advancements '
They now fly the Mach-2 F-4J other fund-raising activities in naval aviation."I .
t .Phantom which is in operational connected with the air show 'and feel that nothing can be
service all over the world with open house will be contributed to more important than to impresson
the Navy. the Naval Aviation Museum at these young men what their
-- Although in the planning stages Pensacola. forebears did to advance the
currently, prospects are excellent Ground was broken in state of the arf to what it is today.'
that several .nationallyand December 1972 for constructionof 'To a generation that wants to
i ternationaUy'renowned the first increment' of the new know the 'how 'and why' of'
aerobatic, teams and acts will $5 million museum. At that things,"Adm..Radford said,-"the "
1'r, _. m K F7 ti I .; ,:. also appear. ceremony, retired Adm, ArthurW museum, will be, available_ to t
.: .flans;>> Include spectacular t ;'Radford,who has,'guided\ the provide; -part,of'the'answers.'! ;',...+-to;, .1
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'- 'demonstrations'of,precision.:and Naval Aviation 'Museum 'The Jax :Air News will carry:. t
lit- 'for1n tlon' 'ftylrrg 'by"v tld ; Association's drive for*'funds'for full1 details 'and photos of moo: j t t'

,r championship. :"hold .rs,'''an-.;their, the\past;'f ive,years! ,and;the;Hrst.;] vtd-l31s".a! ,t and!teams as they:.':*. .
< 'fields, some. of the finest, Navyman to become chairman of are confirmed 'for appearance;::' ,
parachutists in the world unbelievable the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said that along with any'a d all information ft
glider-sail plane Pensacola' was selected for the on static displays,
'/- maneuvers, 'close combat air museum :"for several reasons:" their location, times the gates
Navy Newsgram support demonstrations and "One .of the most important," will open, etc., as they become' '
1 more as plans progress. said Adm. Radford, "is to in- available.

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Navy Aids Refugees .
U.S.Navy transport aircraft and Air Force helicopters of the U.S. Iceland Defense Force provided 1\\
'c emergency evacuation assistance for the residents of Iceland's Westman Island of Heimaey, after 1t

.' that offshore island became endangered by an erupting volcano Jan.23.
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In response to requests from the government .
_I' ,. .. 'supplies to fire fighters and salvage workers on the island.Theyalso evacuated people, household t
'.. goods and livestock to the capital city of Reyjavik.
The livestock airlifted consisted of the island's prized sheep, whose only chance of surviving the
..: : volcanic destruction lay in an air evacuation. Three Navy C-117's were stripped of their seats infJ'

Y preparation for what became known as "Operation Sheeplift" .r.'
and Air Force flyers transported almost 400
During the course of the two-day operation Navy' '
t and helped avert additional economic disaster to the island's inhabitants. .
"" .. sheep to safety
I''- Race Relations Seminars Continue
,,*. BUPERS has announced that Race Relations Seminars for all flag officers outside the Washington,
with total of 184 flag officers having participated in the
:; D.C. area were completed by Feb. 2, a 4-

-. Jp. program Similar seminars for flag officers in Washington' are in progress,and will be completed by June 30. -: ri
r\ Relations Seminar Program was begun last November with,the Navy's top ranking N
; :: The Race
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.personnel attendance and is designed to increase awareness and spark commitment toward
gj : of racist attitudes or practices in the Navy. J
,7 elimination$ any
enlisted Race
both officers and
i 1C--: Each of the seminars is taught by a five-man team made up of
|*. .Relations Specialists.The instructors are trained at the Defense Race Relations Institute at Patrick ,ar s '
> : Air Force Base,Florida,and at a special Navy school at,Key West. ,
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I : Each seminar lasts two days and investigates actuallnter.racial experiences. VP-U HELPING HAND-VP-U lends a hand In kicking off the .
SUPERS added that Executive Race Relations Seminars for middle management and "upward"seminars Gateway Girl Scout Council's annual cookie sale as Michell Snow
t' personnel at the lower management level's are now underway in both the Atlantic and (Left) and Cecily Mirise deliver the first order to Lt. George Bass. I}
Navy people,E 4 and above, will have participated Jacksonville area. '. II
.l",, Pacific Fleets.By Sept.30,approximately 170,000 Orders are now being taken throughout '.
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Brown Gravy DINNER: Cream of Tomato Soup,' Divine Worship 8:30: a.m.
DINNER: Oyster Stew Deep Fat Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles Chilled Apple Sauce, Salad Bar, Southern Fried Chicken, Snowflaked at All Saints Chapel
Fried Fish or Baked Meat Loaf Mustard Catsup, Salad 'Dressing, Pumpkin Pie Raspberry Jello. Potatoes. Hot Biscuits Honey, Church School 9:30 a.m.
Tartar Sauce, Brown Gravy Bakrd, Dessert Bar.
SUPPER Barbecued Chicken,
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Gravy Seasoned Divine Worship 11 a,m. at
Barbecue Sauce, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Salad Bar, Boston All Saints Chapel
Cranberry Sauce Seasoned Carrots, Cream Pie. Oatmeal,Cookies. Junior Youth Fellowship
Southern Style Greens, Salad Bar., SUPPER Spaghetti Italian 12:30: p.m. Senior Youth
,d', :x AI Ft NEWS Yellow Cake, Pumpkin Pie. Sauce & Meatballs'Pizza Pie, Garlic Fellowship 1:30 p.m. .
Sunday Feb. 11 Bread, Parmesan Cheese, Broccoli EvenIng Worship 7'30 p:mat .
BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal, Fried Spears Salad Bar, Oatmeal Cookies the Small Chapel.
The JAX AIR NEWS it a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Eggs to Order Grilled Hot Cakes w Vanilla Pudding,
Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon
or Wednesday, Feb.14
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Tuesday
Station
Ham Cottage Fried Potatoes Chilled BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal Fried Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a Tomato Juice, Pastry Bar Eggs to Order, Minced Beef on Toast, p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
private f irm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Cream of Hashed Brown Potatoes, Choice of Christian Science Service 8 .

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box Z, HAS Potato Soup, Grilled Hamburgers Luncheon Meat' or Grilled Bologna, p.m. at the Small Chapel
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Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication{ Beans, Salad Bar, Boston Cream pre, DINNER: Vegetable Soup, Island NAVAL HOSPITAL
News Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 Vanilla Pudding Baked Ham, Pjneapple Sauce, Divine Worship lOa.mSt at,
or 3119. SUPPER : Roast French Ham, Hawaiian Sweet Potatoes, AppleSauce Lukes
Brown Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beans Salad
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Apple Sauce. Boiled ,Navy Beans. Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Yellow Cake NATTCProtestant

available for purchase, use or patronage.without regard to Buttered Mixed Vegetables. Salad SUPPER Beef Sukiyaki or Fried Worship
race creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, Bar, Oatmeal Cookies! Vanilla Liver Onions Steamed Rice, Brown Service, 10:30 arm in

user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Pudding Monday Feb 12 Gravy, Pickled Beets Buttered June Building 500

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refusal to print advertising from that source." Eggs to Order, French Toast Maple Thursday, Feb. IS Mass S p.m. at
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Syrup, Choice of. Pork Sausage or BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, St: Edward's Chapel.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork & Beans, Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Fried Eggs Sunday Mass am and 11
concerning such should be directed to: Chilled Orange Juice, Pastry Bar to Order, Grilled Pineapple Hot Cakes ,a.m. Dally M Monday,
DINNER: Navy Bean Soup, YankeePot
Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or Tuesday Thursday and
: THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Roast Potato of Beef, Natural Gravy Bacon, Baked Pork & Beans Pastry Friday 30 arm. Wed
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VIOLATIONS. discontinue accepting Second-Class (including airlift
;).' eligible publications), 'Third-Class mail ,and 'surface
;/'.Jax -The following is a reports parcels addressed to Vietnam: military post office addresses .;
; of motor vehicle accidents and .
effective immediately.Only .
,,traffic violations for the period of .M1
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';;Jan 2228. letter mail is now being moved beyond San 1

;': Number of Accidents r rr'i Francisco. r
This Period 6 Personal letter mail must be mailed prior;to March: .\
This Period a year ago 36 Letter mail to FPO 96626 may be accepted until fur. "
"t' _, Total accidents this year 9 ther notice.
j. Total accidents through this .
', :::: period last year 30 V PLEASE BRING THIS
:; ...'' Total number of days since last Valentine COlUUPON1 .

,, ,;' injury in, a motor vehicle accident 40 SPECIAL' [.

;. Number of days since an injury l r
. last year at this time 219 I *LLExpires I
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: :"t.S.. Number of Violations | March 1st Ai SIZES

Speeding This Period 24 68 .w. l Buy One Pizza Get One FREE! ..

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:. Other Going Violations through stop sign 7 RETIRING AFTER 30 years of service, LCdr. Homer J. Cumm I 641 U.S.,17 SOUTHORANGE PARK
I. drivers 36 (Right) is congratulated by Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO. Phone 264-5431
Seventy appeared LCdr.Cumm was attached to the Personnel Services Department
before the Traffic Hearing Board
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/:privileges aboard the station forvarious :
:;: periods;, thirty-one were
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'hour course in remedial driving; .
.fourty-nine received suspensions SELLOUT ,
; nineteen were given ,
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fifteen were fined (U.S.
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Captain D. F. Mow, USN, Commander Light Attack Wing One, i congratulating the chief who with 17 years in, lust reenlisted.
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Minestrone Soup, Boiled Corn Plain' Cottage Cheese, Fruit
I Beef with Cabbage, Chili Con Cottage Cheese, Potato Salad:l, NAVAIRLANT Wife of the -
Came with Rice, Chicken Ala Stuffed Eggs .Year for 1973 is Mrs Catherine P.Kohler .
Morrison, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Chocolate Cream Pie, Banana r ,p wife of LCdr. Robert W.
Fish. Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted Kohler, Commanding Officer,
French Fried Potatoes, Puddings. Flag Administrative Unit and
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Thursday, Feb. 15 Assistant Chief of Staff (Administration
Gravy, Beets, Corn, Peas. Chicken Rice Soup, Fried ) for COM-
Combination Salad, Tossed Chicken, Vegetable Beef Stew NA V AIRLANT.

Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit with Rice, Franks with ,..'
Cup, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, Sauerkraut, 7 oz. Chopped .,--t7' A busy Navy wife and mother !
Plain of three children, Mrs. Kohler i
Cottage Cheese, Fruit Sirloin, Fish.French
Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Fried Potatoes, BATMAN OF THE QUARTER 'AW2 Oerrill E. Thompsonhas been has been active in a wide wives varietyof '*
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,, Bean Salad. Mashed Potatoes, Rice and selected VP-24's "Batman of the Quarter" for October, November and activities.She Navy .
Egg Custard Pie, Devil Food Gravy, ,Pinto Beans, String December 1972. Thompson has continuously displayed exceptional
Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted Puddings Beams, Squash. knowledge of the non-acoustic electronics field in his work as an antisubmarine .
Coconut Cream Pie, Yellow warfare operator aboard the squadron's P.3C,aircraft andis will now contend for the
t Tuesday,Feb. 13 Cake with Icing, Apple Pie, also VP-24's AW Non-Acoustic NATOPS Petty Officer. honor of being selected as,Navy
Cream of Tomato Soup, Pan Assorted Puddings. Wife of the Year.
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Sirloin, Fish.French would belike to crawl into a Gallery or the Jacksonville Art The Museum also offers classes

Mashed Potatoes Fried Rice Potatoes and, rabbit. hole. .., or how you'd look Museum. and programs for pre-school ,.,',.''*. \

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HonoredJax By Gen. Cushman.

TD1 Gerald W.
Smidt has been selectedFASOTRAGRULANT Jax--Following is a message to all Marines from Gen.
DET R. E. Cushman, Commandant of the Marine Corps:
JAX's Serviceman of "With our countrymen-ana mankind--I rejoice at the
the Quarter for the period cessation of United States combat and the projected
Oct. 1 through Dec. 31, return of our POWs and accounting for MIAs.
1972. "The memory of those who died In the battles of this
Smidt was selected in long and difficult war must serve as an Inspiration as we
recognition of his high dedicate ourselves to the tasks of the future. In this way
degree of initiative, in- we can be sure they have not died In vain.
telligence, retentivenessand "The cost has been high. In the past decade, over halfa
comprehension.As million Marines have helped pay that price with their
Serviceman of the dedicated service, their courage, and their self-
Quarter, he received a $25 LEARNING BY LOOKING-Three VP-24 "Batmen" view a Drug sacrifice. In the tradition of Marines, they were the firstto
Savings Bond, two free Awareness""Mini-show"to learn about the problem of drug abuse.Batman land and they have seen It through to the end. To
tickets to Disney World these men, and their families who have endured with
and a Letter of Appreciation them, I extend my deepest, never-ending admirationand
Striving appreciation.
"Another chapter Is closing, but Marines will continuethe
march across the pages of history; Dedicated.-
For Drug AwarenessJax Ready.Disciplined...Patriotic...P r /essional....Responsive...-

:A : "I know you will continue to measure jup to the expectations -
A program to openly expose problems and of the American Public, your fellow Marines
solutions associated with drug abuse has been in full and those who have gone before you. I know you will
r rJ'i. swing in VP-24's offices and workshops.Two continue to keep the name 'Marines' untarnished and
Mini-theatres and four cassette tape recordersare respected throughout the world.
circulated every week among squadron spaces witha "Keep up the good work, Marines.".
total of 28 tapes and 12 films available listening and Signed: R. E. Cushman, Jr., General, U.S. Marine
viewing. Corps, Commandant of the Marine Corps.

Varying in length from a minute-and-a-half to 30
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products, Galley One must
limit the amount of meat
served.
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Effective Feb. 12,
JAX 86 OFFICERS HONORED-NWCA Jax M'$new and old officers
were honored this week at a Coffee sponsored by Mrs. William G. seconds served on meat CAREER ENDS-Cdr. Clifford Calais is piped over the'side after
Sizemore (Left) and Mrs. William J.Vaught, club sponsors. Speaking items will be discontinued. completing a 25-year Navy career. Cdr Calais retired wearing the
to their sponsors about Jax 84' plans for 1973 are Mrs Thomas J. Seconds will be allowed same uniform he wore when he was commissioned as an Ensign.
Bennett club president during 1972, and Mrs. Ronald Celmer, the on all other food items.
club's new president.Wives .

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Jax The Jax Navy
Wives Service Information
School will convene Feb.
12 at 8:30: a.m. in the,Little.

Cha pel. ..at the .parking lot of the
The school'will last two
days and include the '
following topics; : SOUTHEAST ,BANK ;
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Household Goods, Moves,
Special Services, Navy "
Exchange, Commissary OF ORANGE PARK
Store, Naval Hospital, and ""'-
others of benefit to the



Navyman dependents.NAS mand departments personnel and as to. tenant well attend are as com are and encouraged his ""II'iliiltlt' ; b: Southeast Bank* of j tilI to



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I NDRC_ : Prescription For Turning Off DrngsI: 1


ByLCdr.lIarold under the UCMJ or' separation rehabilitation opportunities for a in life. The program has four basic
S. TorranceCOMFAIIUAXPAO from the service with a discharge maximum of 300 sailors and Scheduled activities at the elements: Counseling, education,
under other than honorable Marines. The census usually Center begin at 6 a.m. and end at physical fitness and religious
Jax Naval Drug conditions.The stays about hah that figure. 10 p.m. Interviews, tests, involvements.The .
Rehabilitation Centers are a Navy's first Drug Before arriving at the Center seminars and mandatory counseling program includes
major link in the Navy's effort to Rehabilitation Center at NAS for rehabilitation, a sailor or physical: fitness insure an active two hours of group
prevent the spread of drug abuse Miramar, California was Marine has entered the exemp- day. This rigid schedule con- treatment and therapy daily, as
in its ranks. They are beehives of started on an informal experimental tion program and undergone tinues throughout the resident's well as informal rap sessions and
activity where sailors and basis by Capt. Alfred evaluation and detoxification, if stay at the Center. individual counseling. The group
Marines who have succumbed to W. (Hap) Chandler, then Com necessary. Those whose drug After completion of the meetings focus on common interests -
the habit of abusing drugs work manding Officer at NAS use has been minor or only experimental screening phase, the men are and problems and are
toward returning to a healthier Miramar. The success of this receive counseling at placed in groups of seven or eight designed to enhance self-
way of life.President. experiment led to the formal one of the 40 Care and and assigned to work with trained awareness,communication skills
Nixon focused at- opening of the Center in July 1971 Rehabilitation Effort (CARE) enlisted counselors.. A and the development of trust
tention on the growing problem of with Capt. Chandler: as its first Centers at large naval installations professional staff of Counselors are present to help
drug abuse in the armed services Commanding Officer. throughout the world psychiatrists, psychologists, keep discussions on serious
in 1970 when he authorized the Three months later, on Oct. 15, and are usually returned to duty. chaplains, social workers, matters.
Department of Defense to 1971, the Naval Drug If residential treatment is indicated educators and line officers with EducationThe
establish an amnesty program Rehabilitation Center here was he is referred to the leadership and command experience education program includes
for those drug abusers seeking established. The Center, com- NDRC. is available to supervisethe classes in academics,
help in the military. manded by Capt. William F. Rigid Schedule counselors and work with the vocational training and arts and
SECNAV Instruction 6710.2 of Moore, is staffed by 24 officers, After arrival at the Center, the residents. crafts. .
July 9, 1971 established a drug 112 enlisted men and.12 civilians. new resident goes through a weekof The basic rehabilitation Academic classes in
exemption program in the Navy. Facilities at the Center includean screening. During this time he program is designed to give the Psychology, Biology, Sociologyand
The purpose of the program is to administration building, three is interviewed by several resident the opportunity to Current Events are con-
enable a drug user or possessor to barracks and a classroom professional staff members who acquire the necessary self- ducted during daytime hours.
obtain needed medical and other building, all located on board assist him in choosing a awareness,personality resources The evening program consists of
rehabilative assistance without NAS Jax. The staff and facilitiesare rehabilitation program that is and. skills to be able to live classes in leather craft .
the.... ,
fear of disciplinary action capable of tailored to his needs and his without
I!!' providing goals needing or using drugs. ceramics, music and wood craft.
Training in a wide variety of
additional occupations is
0 provided through Project
Transition.
Those who have not completed
high school are required to
0 participate in a high school
G.E.D. program. Refresher
courses and tutoring in English,
mathematics, history and civics
% are offered to help prepare each
0 individual to complete their tests
and to receive the high school
equivalency certificate.
The physical fitness program
N stresses individual athletic ac-
tivity as well as very active
1 "Captain's Cup" competition.
.... Intramural competitive sportsare
?" ?p' frequent between residents,
i staff and teams from other;tenant
6t+
activities here.' : j S '
.. While emphasizing the in-
dividuals' strengths,the programis
designed to improve his mental
y ar Lay LY ,+A health and physical coordination.
j r Every phase of the educationand
) c physical fitness program is
;; k/\ (J designed to involve each man in
;; constructive pursuits.

Each Sunday, bus tran-
sportation is provided to area
churches for those desiring to
participate in religious services
[ *Lra and then on to visit places of

'Even before we picked out our Tm hot worried. 1 know I'll like interest within 50 miles of

silver, Tq'm'and1 cbbse pedarCove Jacksonville.The .
: anybody who likes Cedar Cove. .
Chaplains Coffee
: as the place to Ijy V '<.. House provide
: One. two, and'thrpe edrooin"I activities, two evenings

like being'married, but some of apartments are available. Two each week, which range from
tennis 'rock ,
music! to deep discussionsconcerning
yfs our best friends are shi5les.: And courts,
twj?
swintmyig-.pooh, and aIISmjj the real needs of our
1 : young culture. Values and value
systems seems to be a popular
subject for discussion. Ad
'''li liiu i11 filIItlZh, ( 1 1 if ditionally,at least one chaplain is
%
du available for between
consultation
,1
1 1 % e ttffice js.T
the hours of 7:30: a\m. and 10
/ 1/ p.m. daily during the week.
c 4Q i 7.4 :
1i Religious services :are also
l ?* W4>772-7900 conducted at the Center Chapel.
The Chaplains take*an active
Cedar Cove. jTrn Xvonjdering toh&rriyneu part in the educational program,

/ neighbors twill he like. ; but ; Fl'K h"r *' "!> "" teaching classes in Ethics,
b.. Transactional Anaysis| and
Comparative Religion
,
,. During the third week of

s ;, residence; a retreat is scheduled
; which proves to be very
I dcovep meaningful and popular among
l ; ? the residents. Groups are takenon
1 a three-day outing at a nearby
t p' 11 w J | 4315 Confederate Poim|fo, idmM' lake where they live as a close
\ 4 cl 0nville, Fbrfcto 32210 community. The atmosphere of
the retreat helps the individual to
,
N fNMl ,kt Sul ,r ry i 1'n''
y develop or rekindle an awarenessof
the importance of spiritual
:: ... values in their lives.
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: Civic ActionA
|*Fle1chefPropeft 1 liahc|
!;,'J Communtly variety of civic action
"!:, ."" .-': projects have involved the Centerin
'. the local'' .community. One
'
yI group of residents joined with the
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Jax-Do you have a high ,.a
school diploma? If not, it's

time you started asking

AWARD FOR ADCOP STUDENT-AFCMThomas F. Donnelly, Jr. yourself why not.

tl ;. (Left),an ADCOP student,talks with Capt. William G. Slzemore, NAS Today almost any job
>. Jax CO, after being awarded the Navy Commendation Medal for
tf school
high
requires a
.. service with CVWR20. Chief Donnelly was cited for"efforts directed
diploma or GED Cer- NEW AT NARF-NARF's newly received Mobile X.Ray unit is put to
: toward attaining a truly 'fleet ready' Reserve Air Wing" while
r'
1' "Orion" The self.
WP-3A
check the tail of a VW-4
assigned as CVWR-20's Staff Maintenance Coordinator. tificate.In use as personnel
I:, contained unit eliminates the necessity to dismantle! large surfaces
the Jacksonville area aircraft for nondestructive inspection as well as reducing the
from an
'Flying Phantoms' there are over 30 schools time for setting up X-Rays. The boom on the unit can swing the tube
, that offer evening adult head 35 feet horizontally and 45 feet vertically.

education programs in
PlanningReunion High School Review. The

cost of this program is only

; Jax-Tentative plans are under way for the second $2.00 registration fee and

reunion of the FLYING PHANTOMS VP-18 to be held approximately $8.00 for

at FRA Branch 91, 5391 Collins Road, Jacksonville, on books. .
May 19.Similar. The classes are informal y

plans for a semi-formal affair to include a and students can'work on

cocktail hour, buffet dinner and an all-occasion band for improving their weak

your dancing pleasure are in the making.All subjects at their own pace.
former VP-18 shipmates are invited to attend. In addition, GED tests are

Further information, details and tickets will be given daily at the :j
available soon. Education Office in Bldg. : ---

For reservations and additional information, contact $00.

ADJC J.M. Bodin at 771-1892 or FRA Branch 91,164-9166. The GED series consistsof

five subjects and each
exam takes approximatelytwo

Black History hours. TOP PELICAN WHITE HAT-AW2 Lonny Barnhart Is presented
All active duty personnel VP-45's Sailor of the Quarter award by Cdr. P.E. Herring, PelicansCO.
'who do not have a high The honor is based on "initiative, enthusiasm and superior
ELIJAH McCOY 1844-1928 INVENTOR school are en- professional knowledge" shown by Barnhart ,while working in thesquadron's '
Elijah McCoy was born in Canada of parents who had fled from diploma AW division. !
slavery in Kentucky. Going to Scotland ,as a youth, he learned couraged to check a
something of machinery.On his return to the United States,he movedto with ESO and make ,
Detroit where,working as a fireman on a railroad,'he began to thinkof arrangements to either .
better ways to lubricate"engines.thaci by hand oiling:As a result;he take the GED series :or VENETIA DRUGS.
invented a lubricating cup'which permits oiling of machines without '
having to stop them..His device is still used on railroads'and steamships register with school. in YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PHARAAACIST
.Between 1R72 and 1920,McCoy earned 57 patents for new. 'devices their community for High
'to lubricate machinery. School Review. COMPETITIVE PRICES.PERSONALIZED ,
FRANKLIN: FRAZIER,1894-1962 SOCIOLOGIST SERVICE .
The'son of'a bank messenger in Baltimore,E. Franklin Frazier } v

received his Ph. D..in sociology at the' University of Chicago in 1931 ke'stock See our complete line of '
and was a professor at Atlanta and Fisk before becoming head of the CANDYFor
Sociology Department at Howard. He wrote the report of Mayor 5 RUSSEL STOVER r.
LaGuardia's committee investigating the causes of the Harlem riot of In that Special Valentine \\ 1 j,
1935. In 1948 he became the first Black to be elected president of the '
American Sociological Association. A year'later'he served as chairman meric a.&IyU.&SMigsBonds. PHONE 384-6452
're1 tionS. He was '.
of a United Nations Commission.studying race
a the author of many major books, including THE BLACK 5501 ROOSEVELT. BOULEVARD
,BOURGEOISIE. His THE NEGRO. FAMILY IN THE UNITED : ,

STATES has become a classic of American sociological. literature,,... I, ,

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big'they are inside we don't. It'wouldn't fit. On vacations you can .
measure' behind the back seat Or you can put down,the
Instead of a wooden yardstick we '
and fit. the six-foot sofa discover ;:'
our Volvo 145 station wagon in slightly more back seal in' you l
r rr human terms.There room in front for people antiquing about three. ..
All this space comes in a wagon
up to 6'6Y.z; T-than those with .
r r1t' feet shorter- and easier to park
r plywood interiors And on the chance you ever '
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: Jax Following is the final installment of the list of HTC 60 30 LIC 36 30 = = ;; 24
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of Jan. 5: H'I' 30 MMes 339X 72"
IN MON11IS HT3 60 24 LI3 36. 30 MMC .,' ::72. .o! 24
RATE-NEC SEA SHORE HMXX 8482 36 48 339X ', ', <;.'
30 MM1 '
HTFN 60 24 LlSN 36 ,72: 24
TOUR TOUR HMXX 8483 36 48 .' ":,. "" ..'. ,.:'; ,! ,
IIMXX 8409 36 48 HMXX 8484 36 48 f 60 MNCM
ICCS .42 24 LNCM 36.. 36;' 48
HMXX 8415 36 48 HMXX 8485 36 48 60 MNCS
36
ICC 48 24 LNCS 36' 42
HMXX 8416 36 48 HMXX 8486. 36 48 ICI \'J. 72 24LNC 36 60 MNC ,,'. 36'. 42
HMXX 8417 36 48' HMXX 8492 :,C8 24i r.:.. 66 '24 LNI 36 48 MNI -:48: '24
HMXX 8432 36 HMXX 8493'
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66 24 LN2 36 MN2 48. 24
,. HMXX 8433 36 48 IDIXX 8498 36 48
ICFN 66 24 MN3 48 24
HMXX 8452 36 48 MLCM 60 24 MNSN 48 24
HMXX 8463 36 48 HTCM 60 30 ICCS 335X 72 24 MLCS 60 2-1 ,
HMXX 8466 ,36 u HTCS 60 39 ICC 335X 72 24 MLC 60 24 MRCM ,54 24

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ICes 336X 72 24 MMCM 72 24 MRFN 54 24
ICC 336X 72 24 MMCS 72 24 ,
NAVY WIVES ICt 336X 72 24 MMC 72 24 MTC 44 24
MM1 '72 24 MTt 48 24
Positions below are but a few of the many FEE PAID ICes 338X 72 24 MM2 66 24 MT2" 48 24
positions listed with our firm. If you have any secretarial ICC 338X 72 24 MM3 66 24 -MT3 48 24
skills at all, or know someone who does, please get In touch ICI 338X 72 24 MMFN 66 24 MTSN 48 24
with us. Now Is the time to make a lob change. IC2 338X 72 24 .

BOOKKEEPER: IC3 338X 72 24 MMCM 335X 72 24 MUCM 36 '". 36
SalarySl2SWeekly ICFN 338X 72 24 MMCS 335X 72 24 MUGS
Must have experience as Accountant Clerk or Asst. 3& 36
Bookkeeper. MMC 335X 72 24 MUC 36 36
ICes 339X 72 24 ,MMI 335X 72 24 MUI 3& 36
TYPIST: Salary SI00 Weekly ICC 339X 24
up 72 MM2 335X 72 24 MU2 36 36
Experienced MIST operator or fast typist to be trained. ICI 339X 72 24 MM3 335X 72 24 MU3 36 36
Great potentIal for move to
legal Secretary position
MMFN 335X 72 24 MUSN 3& 36
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training. IMCS 60 24

SECRETARY: Salary S120 Weekly IMC 60 24 MMCM 336X 72 24 OMCS 60 24
Must type and use shorthand, beautiful legal offfces. Legal IMI 60 24 MMCS 336X 72 24 OMC' 60 24
experience not required. 1M2 ,,': 60 24 MMC 336X 72 24 01.11 60 24

EXECUTIVE. OFFICE RECEPTIONIST': S.r.ryS110 1M3 IMSN h'; 60 24 24 MMI 336X 72 24 M3 60 24

Weekly and Up .<..* 60 0 '.60 24
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ACCOUNTING CLERK: S.laryS400.month JOGS .' 36 48
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cash. For a trip home. Emergencies, up HiLlS 31.35 2.81
J' extra J78.15 34,03 '. 3.01
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; Members: of the NAS Jax: 771-53 for reservations. Site of
Enlisted Marine Wives Club have the dinner was undetermined at

announced that they will gatherfor press time, but will be available
a no-host Valentine dinner when making reservations.It .
social with their husbands on was also announced that the

.. p k'a. Q Friday, Feb. 16, instead of their club had adopted a project of
regular monthly business providing flower arrangementsfor
meeting.An the returning POWs and their
invitation is extended to all families when they arrive at NAS

active, reserve and retired Jacksonville and would, ap-
Marine Wives and their husbands preciate any and all assistancethat
to join the group for the evening's area Marine wives or other
dinner social. interested persons might like to
Both members and non- offer them in this undertaking.The .
I
members alike are asked to call next regular business
either Mrs. Mari Sloe1 meeting of the club has been set

2649487. or Mrs. uichara 5u., ai for March 15.

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I. HEART CHILD HUDDLE-Chris Selke, Jacksonville's Heart Child, takes' handoff from Miami
Dolphins Coach Don Shula as Chris' parents, ADR2 Nevin Selke and his wife Paula look on. ADR2
-.Selke is attached to VW4. In addition to the autographed football, Shula also gave Chris a Miami N
.Dolphins "Assistant Coach" chair.CHRIS r1A


: Spells COURAGEJaxCourage

a
is a word used to describe heros who have gone to battle and <,

emerged victorious. It is a word that you don't usually associate with a fouryearold y ,.. M

boy. John"Chris" Selke is an exception to that rule. 1'1 ir
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The son of a VW-4 Aviation hasn't dampened his plans for the Navy when it it came time to r.1.., fl.:'
Machinist Mate Second Class, future either. After Shula had reenlist, two weeks ago and he "I ,'<'( .
Chris has survived four major presented him with an signed for four more years. "
heart operations and as a result autographed football and a
has been named Jacksonville's special Miami Dolphins Assistant Mrs. Selke is showing her
"Heart Child" for 1973 by Mayor Coach's Chair, Chris announcedthat gratitude for what has been done
Hans Tanzler. he planned to be a kicker for her son by volunteering to do CITED FOR SERVICE-Mrs. Maurece M. Williamson has receiveda
Young Chris underwent his someday. work for the North East Florida Letter of Commendation from Capt. E.R. Sourbeer, FICEUR CO, for

first operation when he was only ADR2 Nevin Selke and his wife Heart Association, another outstanding service to the command. Mrs. Williamson is the FICEUR
seven weeks old and afterwards Paula readily admit that the organization that has played a CD's secretary and administration assistant to the Reserve Liaison

had to fight off bouts of Navy has played an extremely big part in Chris Selke's life. Officer.
pnuemonia and heart failure that important role in Chris' fight for
caused him to be hospitalizedfour survival. Many operations While Chris still has a LEARN TO: FLYIntroductory
times in the first six monthsof performed were done by Navy significant deformity of one heart '" '

his life. His 'most recent doctors. valve and minor deformity of Lesson
operation for the complex heart Another thing the Selkes point another, the worst seems to be FAA APPROVED
valve abnormalities he has been out about the Navy is the fact thatit over according to doctors. .'PRIVATE
'fa& J with came just last Sep- has defraved a major portion of .COMMERCIAL FREE !

tember. the over $40,000 worth of heart The Selkes have a lot to be ..MULTI INSTRUMENT-ENOINE INSTRUCTOR
surgery and patient care costs. proud of. Their four-year-old son For Limited
With a record like his, Chris Even though his son's problemsseem has gone to battle and emerged APPROVED Time
could be excused if he seemed a on the wane Selke had no victorious. He is truly a COURSESAVAILABLE Only

little more cautious than other thoughts of getting out of the courageous young man.PRICESCUT .
(7: four-year-olds, but this is not the iii :1 :ioEIcYA: 1IJ1 INC.
case:, -
BOULEVARD PHONE
OFF NORMANDY 7IMU4
TO THE BONES
Chris was the guest of honor at
the North East Florida Heart i
40 VWSED Runs, Pretty'Falr $140 Ia
Association luncheon last week
63 VW Sun Roof, SmokesDrinks, But It dont chew $170
and as a result he got to meet the '.
61 COMET SED AT R&H, Runs, Pretty, Good \ : : $180.
other guest of honor Coach Don '
62 CHEV 2dr,6cyl, Stick, R&H i :.$190
Shula of the Miami Dolphins.
64 OLDS Loaded Runs, Ok. $190
When told it was time to meet the '
63 CHEV WAGON 28J va, AT, R&H, PS. ': $240
coach he leaped out of his seat '
VWSED lowR&H' ,
: : $270
and to the s
ran front of the room '
"someone 60 VW Pick Up Truck, Runs Good .;' $290
like competing in the .
62 FALCON Original, Paint, R&H,Stick $395
100-yard dash at. the Olympics.All +
62 CHEV'y"1I NOVA 2drH, TRi IISS NS
that he has been through 6cyl, Stick, R&H, Sharp $495
66 CHEV IMP2dr HT Power,AC; R&Ht Sharp ,$590..
"
67 VWCONV45000Actual Miles, R&H .$570
4 65 VW S E D,R&H, Runs good 1121 .'. $490 THE AAMCO WRITTEN.CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEEThis
.
FIAT850SERIES Sport Cpe, R&H :..: $490 transmission has been rebuilt by the licensed

67 TEMPEST 2dr,6cyl,3spd, R&H $490. AAMCO Dealer issuing this certificate utilizing the
66 GHIA CONV R&H, Runs like new ;..' $540 AAMCO "CAR OWNERSHIP" Assembly Set, This

TimuquanaTerrace 66 VW SEDAN R&H, Pretty, Nice 1152 $540 certificate guarantees the, transmission and torque
68 FALCON 2dr, 6cyl. AT, R&H,59000 miles $770
converter (of your car has a torque converter) against
62 VOLVO 2dr, R&H, Looks good, Runs good $440
failure of 'material and workmanship. It will be
68 TEMPEST,6cyl, Stick, R&HA9000mlles .," $770
honored by any licensed AAMCO Jranimission Dealerfor
65 FORD PICKUP ton, New Ply tires $640
Apartments 65 FALCON CONV 6cyl,AT, R&H, Good&Clean. :-. $495 as long as you own this car. provided that it is
y I.Pool Patios Balconies: 63 FORD CONV OrIg Red Color54000 miles '. : $595 delivered to any licensed AAMCO Transmission
WTW Carpet Drapes 66 DODGE PICKUP CAMPER Box "$440 Dealer in the United States annually for service within
Central 1 Heat&Air 69 PLY FURY SED Power;Far.44000mlles! $1140 30 days of the Service Date indicated below. The

Modern Kitchen Appliances 66 MALIBU 2drf(IT, Stick, 6cyl, R&H, "$540 charge ,for annual service is $13.75 payable'at the

.I 1 BR FURNISHED 65 CHEV BEL AIR I 283 V8, AC,AT, R&H $440: time of service and it covers the replacement of

$110up. 66 BISCAYNE 6cyl',AT, R&H, Clean '$490 transmission fluid and all preventive adjustments.FREE .
68 MUSTANG 289 V8,3spd, R&H $590
2 BR FURNISHED TOWING.at no extra charge ONE DAY SERVICE
69HILMAN SUNBEAM 4spd, R&H,J1000mlles $590 .
t.: $155 available m most cases: FREE 19 point Multi Check
up FINANCING available if necessary with approved credit.
2'j miles from NAS Jax 75 Used VW's from $ 740 to $695

10 miles from NAS Cecil SOME REAL GOOD ONES AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS

5342 Seaboard Ave. .
'(Just off Timuquana) ASTRO'MOTORS 5300 Philips Hwy 737-3535

'f! PHONE77MW '., ,
1 4. 6566 NORMANDY BLVD. 1839 N Main St. 355-7671

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| HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Movie Schedule

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;'; JAX AIR NEWS i CALL: 387-3566
-'r' :
; NASJacksonvilte
'4' i Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than M
:: Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
LATWINGER :
Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be Sunday.Feb. 11
Feb.8
Thursday,
NAS Cecil Field : published the following week unless the
i publisher' instructed otherwise. A check or NAS: "DEATH OF A GUN- NAS: "BUTTERFLIES ARE

ADVERTISING I I OFFICE I : money order for the full cost of the ad must be FIGHTER" Western, Starring FREE" Comedy, Starring Goldie
: received WITH the copy for the ad. Hawn and Edward Albert.'IPG"
Richard Widmark and Lena "
4747 San Juan
Avenue --
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Home. "PG" min) (109 min.) '
((94
Jacksonville Florida i RATE: minimum charge(Hints) S2."
: Per additional line((4 words per line) .50 HOSPITAL: "THE RULING HOSPITAL: "THE OUT OF

CLASS" Comedy, Starring Peter TOWNERS."

. O'Toole and Alistair Sim. "R" Monday, Feb.!
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44 J H ; 4 4 ((153 min.) NAS: "ANNE OF A

METAL DETECTORSFor 5 ROOM HOME & GARAGE Friday. Feb.9 THOUSAND DAYS" Drama,

111Ji1ii= land use and underwater. All 2858 Sydney Street NAS: "KANSAS CITYBOMBER" Starring Richard Burton and
ma|for brands.As low
as 49.95 to $785 I Yewly remodeled. Stove, Refrig.,
I "Free Catalogue on request. The I Floor furnace, 2 AC Units, HW heater, Action Drama, Genevieve Bujold..IGP" (145

ADVERTISING SALES National Teasure Hunters League, I Hardwood floors Fireplace, Fenced Starring Raquel Welch and Kevin min.)

(Maleor Female) 7514 Strato Rd. Jax., Fla. 32210." I ackyard Lovely landscape. $14,500. McCarthy. "PG" ((99 min.) HOSPITAL: "BUTTERFLIESARE

Local established respected mediumIs '146-8383! or 3883717. FREE"Tuesday.
HOSPITAL "DEATH OF A
STEREO COMPONENT :
expanding In the Jax Market. Low

pressure approach, sells easily. Good Take over layaway balance $68 cashor 3BR,2B. HOME GUNFIGHTER"

Commission will net active salesman $9.25 per month. Beautiful stereo |.g. Fam. Rm., Fncd. Backyard, dbl. Saturday, Feb. 10 Feb. 13 .

$200 week to start. Also fringes, profit with automatic' changer, headphone (dr., Ig. patio, CH&A, quiet St., NAS: "THE OUT OFTOWNERS" NAS: "THE DEADLY TRAP"
sharing. Brief resume' to P. 0. Box lack, play all size records, dual ::Sidewalk, In Oge. Pk.310002642033. Drama Starring Faye
Comedy Starring Suspense ,
345, Orange Park, Fla. 32013.BEAGOODWIFE&MOTHER. speakers. Call 398.1683 ask for 1 ,
layaway department. Free home trial j Jack Lemmon and Sandy Dennis Dunaway and Frank Langella.

for someone In area. "G" ((98 mIn.HOSPITAL.) "PG" (94 min.HOSPITAL .)

And still earn extra income. Part-time "KANSAS CITY : "ANNE OF A
2 or 3 evenings weekly. No Investmentor SINGER ZIGZAGCONSOLE : DAYS"
deliveries. Car necessary. Call 264- MODEL ORANGE PARK BOMBER" THOUSAND

3086 for appt. Sewing machine 1972 model, like new, 2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dishwasher
makes buttonholes, overcasts, ap Drapes, carpets, Elizabeth WANT ADSCONTINUED '65 CHEVY VAN

HELP WANTEDAttendantS pliques, darns, sews on buttons, etc. Apts., 771-1465 or 771-3355. New Motor, $850., 772-0510, or 771-3211
Need someone In area to assume $64 Ext. 408.
and mechanics, all hours,
balance cash or $9.10 month.
per WILMAR APARTMENTS
In toSarge's
apply person Phone 398.1683. Will deliver, no '67 VW SEDAN
American Service Station' Air Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living'oom
obligation. Ask for Credit Manager. Kitchen, Bftstnook, parking New tires and paint $750., Cecil Ext.
201 Hwy. 17,Orange ParkTEMPORARYJOBS_
8424, 2648141.
home
space( for 2 cars, water; sewage,
G.E. RANGE garbage, lawn service. Furnished HELP
'71 TRAVEL TRAILER 1? FT,
Large White, Automatic timer oven, $120., Unfurnished $100. plus 4 percent ,
All office skills needed. Long and Brand new cond., sleeps 6, AC and
good cond., 2105 Gilmore St., $50. sales tax. 387-2541 weekends, 3890744.
short assignments. No fee. We pay many-many extras, 7861037.

you. XTRAHELPERS396.5188 SINGER AUTOMATIC ZIGZAG GIVE US CALL FOR '71 AMBASSADOR SST WANTEDMALE

Sewing Machines, makes buttonholes, Quick Rental of your Property Passenger wagon, factory air

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYWould fancy designs, blind hems, etc. Edward O. Lyon, Broker 389.0361 Auto., PS, PB, luggage rack and rear-

you like, a business of your Responsible party pick up pmts. of $5. MINUTES CECIL 2BR TRAILER window deflector, tinted glass, Many and FEMALEFull

own? You don't need an office to start. mo. Rayflelds. 6437 Wilson Blvd. Carpeting 10 AC, patio &. .awning, Ig. other extras good family car.credit$300. or part time. Kitchen
Cash &take over pmts., prefer
Begin at home full or parttime. Ideal 7715932. all shifts. See Mr
,
,
"'r. fenced lot, $115 mo. union member 388-1711 for appt. help,
for husband and wife teams. Call 771- ,. ESTATEGREEN f, .;l Pozln Mr. Allen Holiday
REAL : or
0748. No Obligation-No Information .. '_,'' ""'>n'nm': ... w.<_.'.L."..:..':...,':.,.,.w)..:" FOR RENT
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ovei' he'telephone. Let's have coffee 1BR, House, with carport and utility '62 VW Inn, Orange Park Apply in
mood Condition,475. Cash
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and talk. COVE SPRINGS room. 771.1405 or 7713355. 781-1588 person.

Residential, Lots, Acreage ,
YOUR FEE PD. BY CO. ORANGE PARK ;'
Realtor 284.9365Lee '70 VW
Chas.Mobley ,
MARKETING REP.TRAINEES1L200 to schools, 5
furn., Conv. ,
house
3BR. .1
264-6861 tires,one owner, *
Duncan,Associate Good Cond.,new *
-' minutes to NAS.: Will rent to temporary '
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771-7938, or 768-6074 :.' '' I'
International firm,seek*.,Jr.,Mjlltary <' .WE BUY & SELL EQUITIES duty personnel.. bachelor., .. "
ti i officer with bbs.bep. *..salts PlofJteWill i o;-\ .* <:Call us for Quid*seryj&e; ,., 264-6884.; '" ,
be trained thoroughly. Call on Morrison (,Taylor, Inc.
dealer acc.ts. Training.their salesmen 4543. Wesconnett Blvd. TRAILERS FOR RENT : &

&. assisting solve their 'pro lems: 171.3052 737. 864 2BR., AC, completely furnished. ,

Great poss. for. advancement. FEE Ricker Rd. 8.. 103rd 771.7384: Chief Say:
PAID: QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY : ::;; & Big

.JIM KING &ASSOCIATES Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. 3BR. HOUSE
438 Gulf Life Tower 389.7371 Edward O. Lyon Broker 389-0361 Kit. equip., A-C, fenced backyard. WORLD'S /
Midway Cecil and Jax. $155 per mo.,

GRILLOR BROILER MAN JBR.2B PRETTY dep. 8.. lease req. 786-2054.,.

5 P.M. til 11 P.M.full.or parttime. See Fenced yard, fruit trees. very nice '
Mr Pozln, Holiday Inn, Orange Park. 16000. < 4r ONLY
MO 1L NOME !
VANSANDT. REALTOR 387-1213 ., ,,
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west of Cecil Field. Road
miles
4
Clean Modern
LI 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER frontage, 2 to 20 Acre tracts. Land is trailer and apts. 3893007. PLY BELTED TIRE
Responsible party take Up pmts of $5.. the best Investment for the future.

dealer. 7728936. Other tracts available. over Southwest
a month. Call COLONY MOBILE HOMES
l' Jacksonville. 9359 103rd St. : ,With 3"plys
& RENTALS,
A recorded message by Wynne. Realty,of Florida SALES Call 771-0275. side wall and /
SCOTT EDWARDS 389--5514 389-8507 l '
Tells you how to be a 3 steel belts.All /
BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY
DISCJOCKEYcall .' .WHITE FENCE FARMS other foreign
VW's compacts
Used
355-2944 any,hour ,Approved for .n
the heart of Arizona's
Located in
of makes. Astro Motors, 6566 NormandyBlvd. # I IIIi
School .5
veterans. Columbia finest farming and hunting country' 7814978. .
Braodcasting. San Francisco. Not near historic Safford (County'seat of --

affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by Graham ,County.) Great year-round
home low terms. 1970 VW CAMPER
study. climate. 1V4 acres,$1,100
undercoating, 2 new
,
write to Carpet, headers
please
information
LIVE'CRABS Mrs.For full A.L.Young Glenarm Land Co., tires, A-l Condition.. Make offer. .743.
44
Wllford's Fish Camp 2233-North-7ttv'.Street Phoenix 85006. 5098.
'!*- *2647707TYLER'S a
'6SCHEVROLETVAN

&.AIR COND. CALL SHIPMATE Heater,400.,282-4155, 1 A Site PLUS
HEATING Joe Roplak (RET Navy) Cottage St. f 175.14 F.E.i.
Central l &. Wall Furnaces, space Licensed Real Estate Salesman 311 / Y.39
& repaired.
heaters, cleaned Representing
Lakeshore. 4711 Palmer, 3885161. Blanding Agency, Inc.Realtors '69 PLYMOUTH ROADRUNNER

Home 781.7715 Office 771-9513 4-Spd. R6H$1050.,282-4135, Other Sixes Proportionately Low.
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES JAX 311 Cottage St. 44 SIZES AVAILABLE FOR ALL AMERICAN CARS.

Fabrication in rescreening, window 3B .,2B. HOME PAIR OF CARS

screens. screen doors, patio &. pool W-W Carpeting, CH&A, $2600 equity, '71 -240Z

enclosures, aluminum roofs' & car. take over pmts. of 5162, mo., 7720510. AC Michelin XAS Tires, 15,500 ml. PlSUlleet'Tit Curaatee free,M.u&i.g.
Owned 6 free Taw R.p.i.Ik
ports free estimates. 911E 4 fcftcts .hr tki
70 PORSCHE tumttri iMst il fUll kwjrh Mtf free f"" ,Eft" -
operated by: Norman T. Abrams IN REAL ESTATE MATTERS AC 5-Spd, Mag Wheels 34,000 ml. it to mpwurm. a M lass It d.itwitin. !
USN retired, Paul Tinney, 2568 Edison Call Wayne Shrum Either Car 737-9429 after 6 P.M. .HIM it t t I'll.rrsIactd.clailntlI,1w" I IIIktri
Ave., 384-1242. Blanding Agency,lnc.Realtors *t*M i pi rata Hurt if M iickMft paws

TRADE 771-9513 '69 BUICK SKYLARK saxattteipust M*Ml> I iClM MM Itwfet Ift'f"C'V.
BUY,SELL70R fishing 4Dr.. PS PB, RIM. AC AT, Excel. It tn*Miit wt r Un Hf *.t.i"pUtt M.cUrm .
furniture, antiques "at MUr 4In
Used kts
guns FOR GROVE PARK 264-5967. tM wmt adapt pct
and misc |unK. J A J HOUSEOF Cond., $1500., ''pte lu.CwuMrcul ntefci iicbM
gear, NAS at 6073- Brick, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Den, Trees. 14 wet
of
DEALS, lust north
ESTATES '72 CHEVY VAN
RENT-LAKESIDE
FOR )INSTANT CREDIT *NO DOWN PAYMENT
B. Roosevelt Blvd.LOWYER. Huge 4 Bedroom, 2Vi Bath, Den. Full window, bench seats,all power no VIIi'

GENIE CUSTOM BUILT NEW HOMES AC. Call 771-0748. etl

Electric; Organ, $200. equity and take Diane Vance 264-5290 264-2359 '71 VW SUPER BEETLE
781.3133.BABYSITTING Kay Agresti Speaker. A-C.
mo.
up pmts. Of $24.00 PO1NTO'VIEW REALTY, INC. Yellow, Radio-Rear
Wheel bumper
Steering
Woodgrain
Realtors 264-6603 S.
guards. Call Mrs. Strickler 772-3410 _

Will watch Infant In my home.5-6 daysa WE GOT EM after 5:00: 388.0082 asking $1800. e a a /

week $25. per week. 2648387. "New Homes" ., CAPRICE / t.
In art oil new area of Orange Park. 3 or 1966 CHEVROLET Interior,.
Shown by White top, blue bottom, black
$37,000. to 40000.
4 BR's:
IRISH SETTER? PS, 'AC. Radio, tinted glass,
OWN AN Call Mary Kirkland, Assoc. V-8. AT
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and ,ee. 1".' "JACK VALENTINO;/ : Cassat Ave. .., .
11. Come 387-2839.1643
Next meeting Feb. R.E.'Inc. 398-4191 Automotive

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DR. EDWIN N. ANGUAS, readers visual insight on
t the happenings around
; OPTOMETRIST .
Y NAS Jacksonville and
announces possibly around. the city of
r '- his separation from the Navy Jacksonville and the H '
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.i Direct from Stuttgart Q MECHANIC ON DUTY
local Urban League to spearhead .i : sF
AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
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clean-up activities in a ghetto
TOPLESS BARTENDER .. .
area of the city. Another group : "" : ::::::::::::::: : ;: :::: : : ::: ; : : ::::.
did extensive. touch-up paintingand BAR. OPENS AT'NOON *' F BOBVS (OAK HILL; '
yard,work'at the home of a i1' f
,,-,:local:POW.;,:wife:to,;assist,her in, TOPLESSGOGODANCERS i? UflI61flSERVICE t
preparation'for the wedding of a '

daughter.The C.ehnwvssh.wslpM-2AM ,NOON TIL2PMI! 11t
most extensive activity to- SPEAKEASY ROOM CENTER
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date is an on-going conservation ::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ::
project at Gold Head Branch r 103rd Jammes Road Phone 771-915,
State Park at Keystone Heights,
Fla. Tasks that have been un F*_* 1080 CASSAT AVE. 388-9016* *
dertaken include clearing un .
derbrush, building fences, : i w
repairing buildings, plantingtrees A
and a multitude of other
tasks the park rangers have AMERICAN
neither the time nor manpower to rt.i\S\D E
accomplish.The .
THE MAP
program at the Center is SO\JO\J ON
designed to facilitate
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rehabilitation. After six weeks ofmultitherapeutic \Jrt -
approach of y I
counseling, education, physical
fitness and religious awareness, Since 1885HAVERTY'S
a disposition board of staff
members determines if further
rehabilitation is necessary and if !
the person has a reasonable
chance of success outside the

program.Over 600 men ,have gone YES "There'No Plac.Ukeiomo"

through the program at NDRC I

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ficiating. Salyer works in AOMD's Quality Assurance Branch and
sAC
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AOC JAMES BRUCE startedhis RICHARD L. ROWE A01 JOHN,H. BAKER shipped
fifth reenlistment at VP-U reenlisted for three years at over for two more years, at
FASOTRAGRULANT.AME2 NATTC He is an AO "A" School
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,x: id Donald L. Himes share the spotlight at the Batcave as they sign for
two more years each. Looking on are Cdr. D.H. Demand (Left), VP-24
r- AEC JAMES J. VENABLES EARL E. RACHAL DANIEL E. XO, and Cdr. E.F. Doherty, the squadron's skipper.
>,! took the oath for two more,years shipped over for the first time at NEUMANN reenlisted at VP-16.ra.a..a.a. .
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: FI Is this trip worth $100 to you ; James E. Smith reenlisted together at the 679th Radar Squadron with
t Mal. Kenneth P. Tevebaugh (Left), squadron CO, administering the .
oath. Franklin is Smith's supervisor and he convinced Smith to make
the Air Force a career.
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tJ 71 TOYOTA Corona AT, R&H $U"J euckmaii Bridge d0' e' t., <
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; ; bailing cockpit,cockpit coaming bolster,teak rod racks((6 rod to-
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curtains. _
Mechanical / This beautiful 18 Foot Hondo Jets
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gallon saddle tanks, Watch the envious looks you receive
deluxe. ,and wood grainsteering .
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I February
INTRAMURAL
.L JAX SPORT' BRIEFS I

VOLLEYBALLSTANDINGS For Jax Civilian GolfersJax

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-- The NAS Jax Civilian be set up within the Association
Pistol and Rifle TournamentJax Golf Asociation will hold their This will not start until April and

The Jax Navy Pistol and Rifle Club will hold an W L next regular monthly tournamentat members are again reminded to
NARJAX 14 0 the Brentwood Golf ,Club establish a handicap if they
Invitational "Pot Luck" Tournament
Open Saturday FICEUR S 14 2 February 10-11. haven't already done so.
Feb. 10. The 90 series tournament will be held at the NASpistol MATSG 14 2 This will be the first of two New Association members are

range beginning at 1 p.m. Entry fee is $3.00 and all VP-5 10 2 February tournaments for the always welcomed and a goal of

participants must furnish their own guns and am VP-45 10 2 Association with the second one 150 members has been set for

munition. All interested shooters in the area are invited NATTC 10 4 scheduled for Monday, February 1973. With 101 members already,
FASOTG 7 7 the Association is making rapid
to participate. NDRC .. 6 6 19.The Washington's Birthday progress.
Recreation Council Meeting VW-4 5 5 Tournament (Feb. 19) will be

.Jax There will be a NAS Composite Recreation MBKS 5 7 held at Cecil Field's goll course. JANUARY RESULTS

Council Meeting at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 14 in HOSPITAL 3 7 No starting times are requiredfor The Jax Civilian Golf
3 9 but entrantsare
MARTD tournament
Conference Room No. 1, Bldg. ,l. All members' WEAPONS '" 3 11 this asked to play during the Association's January. Tour

alternates are requested to 'attend.Indoor GEM 3 11 morning hours if possible.. Free nament was held at the Mayport
with members and
Golf Course 55
Pool AIMD 3 11 beverages will be furnishedfor
participating. First,
Jax On Saturday, Feb. 10, the Indoor Pool will be Amops .5 1 13 this one day,fun tournament. second 21 guests and third place winners in

closed until 3 p.m., due to a long distance AAU Swim SUPPLY 1 13Bowling There will be a $2.50 green fee fee each flight were as follows: 1st
and $1.75 entry
Meet The pool will observe normal hours. (12-8 p.m.) on charge charge J.r. a both February Flight D. Koljeski (73)) J.

Sunday, Feb. 11. tournaments. Rules for both Johnson (76) and Dave Young'
2nd Flight-L.Conwell (75)),
((77));
listed
PowerBoat Club MeetingJax tournaments will be on
E. Elson,(76)) and J. Gibbs .(77);
The Jax Power Boat Club' will hold its members rules sheets and scoresat
Navy will be used 3rd Flight.- C. Edwards (74)), H.'
tournaments
regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m. at the for both handicap Memberswho Kirk (75) and M. Williams' (75);
NAS Marina Club House. All members and prospective have not purposes.established han 4th Flight .- R. Feco (75), H.
asked to attend and for the these Roberts (75), and J. Rown (76))..
members are help plan dicaps may do so during

upcoming spring and summer seasons. tournaments.

Tennis MeetingJax ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : :: ::::i:: ::::::: 1'
An organizational meeting for the' upcoming FUTURE TOURNAMENTSAny WIVES!!..

intramural tennis season will be held Wednesday, ,Navy-M rine. Association member who ..' '',
in the Conference Room of has a favorite course and would SPRUCE UP FOR SPRING!.
February 14, at 9:30: a.m. lmenta'v. <
like to see the March tournament with a com .,4
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have a representative at the meeting. Standings course ,as a suggestion to Mr.Bynum Tn your home

Intramural Pistol the association's tournament .S, and see why we say....
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Jax If your unit or command missed out on all the LITTLE BEARS w 46 18 chairman, as no site has Ours; ia tt\t\ Cosmetic that
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OPS-NAMTD took a, cliff
CECIL SPORTS hanger from the Marines by a 45-
I
? ")' 45 margin The Marines led at the

by DTC J. D. Brewster t-/i intermission 22-16, but the instructors -

'. gradually whacked
-'
away at the margin and whittledit
BASKETBALL 29-28 in the seasons lowest down to',but 2 points at the end -
VA-45 took NAMTD-OPS to the scoring game. J. Williams' 13 of the 3rd stanze. Fyfe had 12
cleaners 59-38. Barr with 22 counters gave him scoring honorsfor counters for the instructors and r

points and Fred Kitts.with 21 took the "A"s, while Huehn had 10 Davey 14 for the Marines. "
the scoring honors for VA-45. Ray for the'"0"s., The 'O's enjoyed an 1I

Bathurst's 17 points were the high 18-10 halftime lead but shot in f ..-. {
total for the Instructors. tough luck throughout, the 2nd BOWLINGCONATIONAL 1

VA-87 Officers took 'the half. ... r
measure of rapidly fading VA-12 VA-12 hit the winning trail witha LEAGUE: The

59-29 in a cake walk. Jeff 4316 trouncing of undermanned Marines retained their game anda "
Harrison ((19)) and Kel Hughn ((17)) Medical. Woody Woodard had 16 half lead, with the 'ancient

were the big guns for the Os. points for VA-12.The "awesome" mariners (CPOs-the rocking
Cecil Field X.O.and Don Jackson
player-coach
Thomas' 11 points led VA-12's Medical scoring attack was led chair set) in the second slot. The Capt. Quarg ,displaythe
6th ND touch football championship trophy and the East Coast
scorers. by Bonhoff who canned 7 whole Fall(en) Five are now making a
Championship plaque. Jackson's Raiders moved through both tournaments
VA-174 "B" scored an easy win points. strong bid for the coveted cellar undefeated.
over Medical,6627.Castor had 16 VA-174 "B" took a narrow 44-39 slot. Dale Howard just missed a

for the winners and O'Rear 13 for win over VA-12. Dan Kloeppel hit 600 series (598211207.180). Other
the losers.Medical has yet to wina a seasons high of 20 markers for high bowlers were Don Schultz

game in the 2nd round. the B's while Steve Hunter had 11 ((561, 204-189)r) Ellard Pritchard

VA-174 "A" nipped VA-87 "0" for VA-12. ((544, 193-182)); Angelito David

((537, 191-177)); Joe ,Kordek ((535, ,
201.171)); Bob Locke ((526, 214- wr
t ? SEE THE NEW 173)); Bill Carter ((524, 190-182));

Walt Ball (521-1%) ; Irv Austin
ROLLING HILLS C-76 TODAY! ((514-202)); Jake Jacobs (511.205);

Dicky Hanson ((509, 199-176); Dan ,MM
Ponthieux' ((507-204)); Bob Samu
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't 4. 4 ((505-201)); Don Meyer, (505-290)( );

I Dick Maffett ((503, 173-176) and

\ Jim Harris ((502, 171-179)). -

I Congratulations are in order to ;: I
the CPOs squad who had all five

bowlers rolling 500 sets last Capt. Quarg presents PN1 Rakls with ar plaque emblematic of Ad
> anercta i it week..you cagey old devils min's championship effort in the 1972 intramural softball race.



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Eagles Now 'Contenders -I-. BASKETBALL STAND!NGS.!I Communications Holds: ]

I National I

For Basketball Crown !HAWKS; 8 tv 1.0 Third Place PositionJax

VP-5 1
9
The Eagles of VP-16 cold hands The Communicationsteam Schuetz's gave him a total of 19.
Jax turned hot in the OOMM 8 3
their claim to
three last week to second half 4 strengthened Their second win came a little
played games however and they nOSPITAL 5
third place in the National tougher than the first when their
for time lost while on with
escaped 6
make up a 73-59 win. PWK$ :5
last week with 70-45 win
a
League five point halftime lead dwindledto
deployment and promptly won all Shepard was one of those whose NARJAX 3 6
over NarJax and an 82-80 two points as the buzzer
three games to place them hands got warmer in the second J MARINE BKS 3 7 Public Works. '
squeeker over sounded to end the
among the top contenders in the half when he scored 14 of his 22 MARTD 2 8 game.
The win NarJax
over came
Scheindel again was the top
American League. game high points. NATI'C 1 9
when Hergenrother score 12 of his
VP-16's first win last week Also finding the range in time to American man for Communications with 32.
against one of the other ,bring the Eagles from behind was W L 14 points and Carrigan eight of Carrigan and Hergenrother
came
contenders in the league when Fiser with 10 of his 14 and Anderson VPA5 10 0 his 10 to give Communications a added 20 and 19, respectively.

they out fought VP-24 for a 90-80 with all of his 14 coming in KDRC '. 7 1 32-23 first half lead. Scheindeland Gordon was top man for the
Schuetz took in the
over had
with ,
5 losers 20. Spencer 17
win.Mobley led the winners with the second half. VP-16 1
with and Hunt for MEDICAL ': 6 2 second half when they each Ivey 13 and Jennings 13. Spencer
Anderson followed 19 was high man MATSG ,.
23, scored 15 points. Scheindel's 15
VP-24 5 and Ivey fouled out (hi the closing
with 15 and Johnson had 3
Fiser 18. Dannecker was top man 12.
him total of 21 and
4 gave a moments of the game.
for VP-24 with 31 while Sheldonhit The Eagles picked up their VW-4 6
for 23 and Butts for 18. third win in a much easier FICEUR 3 6 MARTDJax
Their second win of the week manner when they met FICEUR. MR OPS 2 eVIATSG Mad Foxes Bury II

proved to be a little tougher than After building up a comfortable 2 7 -VP-5 went on a rampagein ended.
the first when they fell behind 14 point lead in the first half they \IMD 0 11 their only game last week Bearden was the big man for

MATSG '31-25 at halftime: Their breezed along to a 72-47 win. when they buried the MARTD VP-5 with 37 points. His totals
Even though they lost the game VP-45 Wins team under a 111-53 score and included a nine for nine showingat
Narjax Romps FICEUR boasted a 100 per cent raised their record to nine wins the foul line. He was followedby

shooting average from the foul Tenth StraightJax and one loss. Slider with 23, Anderson with, -.'
Over MARTDJax line when they connected on their The Mad Foxes didn't waste 20 and Brandt with 13. Brandtwas

only try of the game. The entire VP-45 won ,its tenth any time building up a comfortable also perfect at the line
NarJax won a 75-38 game was played with only a straight game without a loss last margin as they soared to connecting on all three of his
decision over MARTD last week total of seven foul shots being week when they disposed of VW-4 a 75-22 halftime margin. tries.
,after suffering a loss earlier in attempted as VP-16 hit two of by a 73-60 score. The MARTD team gamely and
out in the second half and Cameron had 16
Communications. their six attem'pts.Shepard came
the week to The Hurricane Hunters made a for MARTD.
11
"heUTthe Foxes to 56 points and Washington
of and Mobley led the
Taking advantage a very of it in the first half when of points
Eleven Washington's
game raised their total to 53 in a game
MARTD team, ,winners with 14 points apiece. As
cold shooting Heath scored 21 points and kept that was over before the first half came in the second half
halftime in the Shepard
NarJax built up a 37-16 previous game his team only one point behind at
lead and went on to victory with saved his points for the second 34-33.The Pelicans held Heath to .
the aid of Canfield's 21, Thomas' half when he scored 12 of his 14. only five in the second half and '

20 and Abbott's 19 points. Martin came up with 21 and this proved to be the difference as
The only one who could find the Smartchen 16 in a losing cause. they went on to victory. ftinun nunMILITARYAUTOMOBILE

for MARTD was Cameron
range Falls matched Heath's 26 pointsfor
AIMD Delk
14 of
who,had 18., He picked up
those in tHe second ball to give VP-45 and Malloy added 15. f **
To FICEURJax
him 60 per cent of his team'ssecond
half totals. Works
Public
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. .: Commodores Win Four ; Beam Rolls 643 :



Jax The National League Ammons led the Commissary Hospital winning four from the the Cherry Pickers clean with a CAG-20 and 't the FICEUR CPO I
started off its intramural bowling Store team to a two game split Chasers., four game sweep in the Pacific No 2 team lost four to NarJax I
season a week later than the with the ADPERS team when he League. The sweep was led by No. 1. NarJax No. 2 was in turn :
other four leagues but with all the'high rolled a 214 in his 578 set. The In a battle of the birds, the Nelson with a 214 and Kuren witha losing four to the FASOTG team. I
scores that were rolled last Eagles No. 1 team and the Un- Hawks took three from the 202. The Splitmakers also won Witherspoon led the FICEUR No. !
week they certainly didn't appear colas also split with two wins Eagles No. 3 team with Heunan four when they met the Nubs. 1 team's sweep with a 206 game I
to be affected by the late start. apiece. rolling a 219 and Schmitt a 206. and Coppedge had a 201 -in I
Continental LeagueIn The other Eagle team (in the Picking up three wins in the FASOTG's sweep.
Beam wasted no time gettingthe league, the Eagles No. 2, also got ,league were the Wall Bangers
season started when he rolled the Continental League last their wings clipped when the against MARTD, the Batmen I
games of 216, 201 and 226 for a 643 week the Help team played the Leprechauns took three games against FUBARS, the 'Gutter The Good and Bad were good
set that led his Commodore teamto role ;,f Superstars and the them.Gregg was high man Rats against AFEES and the for three games against the
a four game sweep over the Six Superstars cried for help when for the winners with a 203. Bean Burners against the Lifers last week but bad for one I
Packs. Cruthirds wasn't far thr:Help team took all four games In the only other match in ,the WOXOFS inspite of Parish's 212. game, Coots 568 led Good and
behind his teammate when he last week McCune's 216 was high Continental League the Boozers Bad to three wins but the one
rolled a 216 in his 591 set and for the winners. made real grouches of the Atlantic League game they lost was by 101 pins.
Carper, yet another Commodore, The Pin Busters and Hospital Grouch team when they won The FICEUR CPO teams and
rolled a 206. With the Com teams repeated their four game three. The.Boozers were led by the NarJax teams found them- Also winning three games were
modore's lowest man rolling a 524 sweeps of last week with the Pin Johnson's 216. selves on opposite sides of the the VP-45 CPO team against the
they served notice that they are a Busters winning four from the Pacific League fence last week when the FICEUR Trippers and the Busch Buds
team to be reckoned with. Marine Barracks and the The VP-45 No.1 team picked CPO No. 1 team won four from against the VP-16 CPOs.
Another big series that led to a
four game sweep was rolled by
Lentz of the Busch Leaguers. I I

rS Lentz had a 208 game and a 589 .

set team that without left a the win.Women's Lib MEMBERS (to be) OF THE ARMED SERVICES::

Crowder rolled a 205 to lead his
GEM team to three wins over ; '
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the Flap Jax team even though :" ;

Leapline rolled games of 200 and I .. ;
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matches three 203 for from other the the Radar losers.In Top National Five.17 with team League Bocks won ';;:-,;:': .. '.:'. 1' ,:' .," -,.. ; :;; Lt', 4t ;'7 k. r1t'' + .i 'E :[;:;0:"


rolling a 203 for the losers; ..f!:f.II I!.!',*i. i! ., ,' .,. '' .....,. _. 7. ;.,.. .
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FICEUR 5 took three from :: :.: .. .;:-' :. '" .;t .: .-'',....'.:(.:..', .:Jl....'... .',\ _,.. ,/.-' ;,V'!..::,, ,<'r. '.',_'",," ':':
NAMTD with Meyer rolling a 200 w : ; :,dr. : '"s.4 : *
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for NAMTD; and the Pelicans : f"g );S '< .' N' '" '1;' } '.... ., ,
and Wipe Outs split with two wins ? 4o ,
apiece. -

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Zorbach of the Trailblazers in i,
the American League followedthe :
596 he rolled two weeks ago
with a 634 set that led his team to %,
three wins over the Hurricanes;
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His 634 included games of 225, 202 : .- ',. :'
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and 207. Foster helped the -' '<: .J. \ "" { '
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227 and a 585 set. : ?: ; "
The CHAMECHS won three ( : : :
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from ADCOP when McCormick ,': 'J1k't
rolled a 214 and Pack a 203 while ;::t ,
Parsons was leading the Late, f :
.Chargers to three wins over the / ,;
Chiefs with a 232 game and a 568 ; :
set. Also winning three games ::
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were the Bees when they met the /ji. ;: d < .: .!{ .

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