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Creation Date: February 22, 1973
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VOL 30 NO. 43 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida FEBRUARY 22, 1973



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Jax The Hurricane Hunters of VW-4 welcomed a new skipper Friday when $;:

k Cdr. Paul 0. Cutchen relieved Cdr. Vincent J. Schuppert as Commanding Officer :.'.
of the squadron.
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Making a dramatic entrance at Cdr. Schuppert aboard, since he and aircraft to the
I. the beginning of the ceremonywas will be attached to the COM- Mediterranean area to provide
: the guest speaker, RAdm FAIRJAX Staff while awaitingperman'ent weather reconnaissance for the
Lawrence R. Geis,' COM- orders. U.S. Sixth Fleet.
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FAIRJAX, who arrived by VW-4 has been providing Cdr. Cutchen, a native of Bay
helicopter from similar weather reconnaissance and Minette Ala., earned a Bachelorof
ceremonies aboard the USS oceanographic services for the Science Degree from the
Saratoga. past two decades, with 1972 University of Florida at
RAdm' Geis praised the marking both the squadron's 20th Gainesville and entered the Navyin
Hurricane Hunters for their birthday and the first full season 1954.
outstanding performance during operating entirely with the new, Following commissioning as an
Cdr. Schuppert's tenure and weather-configured WP-3A. ensign in 1955 and designation asa
surprised the outgoing skipper The Hurricane Hunters are naval aviator in 1956, he was
with the Meritorious Service presently engaged in their "Snow assigned to both shore and sea
Medal and a citation signed by Seeker" activities, providing tours in the Atlantic Fleet patrol
.VAdm. F. H. Michaelis, COM- early warning of winter storms to squadrons, including a tour as an
NAVAIRLANT. the northeastern United States. exchange officer with: the
RAdm. Geis also welcomed Also, the squadron sends crews Maritime Proving'and
Evaluation Unit, Royal CanadianAir
Force Station, Summerside,
Prince Edward Island..
f. In 1965, he completed, the
; ', Navy's ;postgraduate course 4 in .v
s t'-f. 1 1.f -, Defense Intelligence,'as'well a*' "/
-TIME To"p TCH iti"'- RAdm. Lawrence'R. Geis, COMFAIRJAX, .f; '\" '. attache and language training,
.signs. the 'proclamation. ,"declaring' this. week .'Pitch In Week" at ';:',: \ prior to being assigned to the U.:
,',Jacksonville's. Naval facilities.. -. ':, ,.j S. Embassy in New'Delhi, Indiaas
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t'.1 Operations Officer:, in 1969 and
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Cdr. Cutchen is married to the
former Sarah Jane Thurman of
Jacksonville. The couple ,has
: ;; three children: Tymbre, Tamara
Cdr. P. O. CutchenCanadian Cdr. V. J. Schuppert and Bryan.
The United States Navy is dedicated to protecting and ;
preserving the environment, whether combatting water ::::::: .
pollution,abating noise and air pollution, or removing trash ::::::: VIPs Visit FAW-11 tl
and waste paper and materials from work and play areas. :::::::
Therefore, I do hereby proclaim the of =:::
period 19 through ::: {the
their currenttwo
of of
24 February as "Pitch In Week"at the three naval facilities ::::::: Jax-Representatives series briefings on replacing
in the Jacksonville area..the Naval Air Stations at ::::: the Canadian Ministry, P-3C aircraft systems.The decades old "Argus".
Jacksonville and Cecil Field, and the Naval Station :::::ti Defense toured Fleet Air Canadian Armed aircraft.
Mayport. ::::::: Wing 11 Feb. 14.15 for a Forces are considering VP-56, the Navy's first
With this proclamation, I am asking all Naval and ::::: -'- '."''\I'I 'f.__ operational P-3C
civilian personnel at these facilities to "pitch in" and be :::::::
_,conscientious in the pursuit of cleanliness..don't carelessly :::r::: S S5i squadron, and Fleet Air
throw trash away, but rather "pitch it into" the proper :: Wing 11, the organizationin
,receptacle; by doing so-on a continuing basis-each of you :::::: command of all P-3 ',\
.. will be making a significant contribution toward ensuring a :: squadrons in Jacksonville,
cleaner, and therefore healthier, environment. : : hosted Brigadier GeneralT.
Signed: L.R. Gels :tiv S. and his
Allan party
RAdm.USNCommander ::ti:::#
Fleet Air JacksonvilleCORRECTION ; = during their tour of the

If :.I JLEARNING NAS support Jax facility.VP complex and

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briefed on squadron
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.',. the P-3C by Cdr James B.
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Jax Last week's article in the Jax Air News dealing with a projectto 1't members of his squadron.The .
start recycling aluminum cans here said that the cans can be resold ; : : i included
WL. ,_A'::, briefings
"ton. ;
fot about 10 cents per flying a simulated Antisubmarine
The resale figure should have been 10 cents per""pound. ABOUT "CHARLIE" Lt (Cia| ) Phil DeFliese (left), a Patrol Missionoff
The Jax Air News regrets the error and encourages any groups VP-56 Instructor Tactical Coordinator,explains equipmentaboard IP the coast of Jackson-
wishing to take part in the project to contact Ens. Krochalis at Ext. 3C to LtCol. D. P. Wightman (Center) and Ma). D.L. McCarthy Armed
2568 or 2569. Forces.' ville. "

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"If you are a Navy wife, you have a friend in k
NAS Jacksonville."

Those were the words of Cdr. friends of the fairer sex, while
Frank Woodlief which underlinedthe many squadron wives brought
purpose of his gathering of J refreshments to distribute to the
VP-5 wives and their husbands at I children and adults.
Hangar 1000 prior to the Response to the meeting was
squadron's imminent deploy.' verwhelming. The auditorium
ment to the Mediterranean.Since was filled to overflowing with
men and their wives, nearly all of .
the squadron had ex- whom left the assembly with a> .A.-; '
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younger personnel in the past situations that can CHAPEL ANNIVERSARY-Ready to cut the cake during ceremonies' marking the 30th an-.
eight months, many of whom arise during deployment and, niversary of the NAS Jax chapels are (L-'U' ) Capt. James J. Killeen, Deputy Chief of Navy ..,
were married, it was imperativethat more importantly an un- Chaplains Radm. Francis L. Garrett, Chief of Navy Chaplains Bishop Paul J. Tanner,.D.D., from' .
a special effort be made to derstanding of how these St. Augustine; Radm. Lawrence R. GescOMFAIRJAXCapt.William! G. Sizemore, .NAS,lax CO .
make these people aware of the problems can be generally and Chaplain John M. Danielsen. .
pot. -obvious but important avoided through proper planning.

problems that a long overseas .' ..... ..
deployment can bring about. Did you ever wonder; What it there or in the Cummer of little productions and activities:.'.
A personal meeting with the .
skipper at which policy con would be like to crawl into a Gallery or the Jacksonville Art I. The Museum also'offers classes <

cerning emergency leave and rabbit hole. or how you'd look Museum ', t ,'. and programs for pre-school:

other family crisis situations as a silent screen star? Or what. children all the way-to:adults.}

J, To could this be discussedwas end, a in special order. happens when a star falls. And Come into anyone of our Banks. : And you'll enjoy the shopping .

the Seminoles lived and open a savings.account with from all
I predeployment briefing day was how ? corner, gifts over
set aside on Feb. 12. for $100, or add $100 to your pre \ the world. : !'" ; i
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were scheduled in the morning to watch a child wonder you for six-monthandividual We hope your membership will '; t
and the squadron was secured at you a ; ::
noon, to return at 7 p.m. belong in the Children's. Museum. membership. open up a new world for you .Y .. : ;'

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On Wednesday, 31 January W3, Master Chief Fred A. Long was
Airman Larry D. Nelson of VA64 "piped over" for the final time after having served the Navy
Is congratulated by CDR L. E. honorably,and faithfully for thirty years. Since 11 January 1943 Chief
with honor and pride.Chief Long spent his
Barringer for being selected as Long has served his country
PH1 Harry N. Williams retired on 31 January 1973 after serving the squadron's Plane Captain of final four years of active service attached to the "Blackbirds" of VA-

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ciEio u ST. j or HAS TO >>-: obligation and it's time to begin your
ti{ JAX BEACHES {:SI civilian career, you need to see us ASAP. "Boy, Roger I'd like to lee the
I MAYPORT :: first shirt's face if he ever laW'me
a 1.2,3 ,......... f s.:.: Our specialty Is placing applicants in in this Roger?"

career oriented job opportunities In

the ADMINISTRATIVE, FINANCE, Jux $ 6 f sate*!
VAandFHA FINANCING 3&4BEDROOMHOMES l.J CLERICAL-SECRETARIAL career fields. FURNITURE
1C CAA VI AAA'. EQUAL MOUSING'
$ TO >$ OPPORTUNITY
We are a member of NATIONAL PER

Salesman on Duty lOam to 6 pm Daily SONNEL CONSULTANTS with affil- m e
late offices throughout the nation so e

we can put you in touch with our NPC

ll affiliate in your desired geographical location.P.S. .

Toning hills NAVY WIVESIf

.. ,.< ..... you are Interested In working while
your husband Is stationed in Jacksonville .

please call us. Our efforts are
tailored to your specific needs and desires.
BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS SURPtUS GOODS'

: CURTS, & ASSOCIATES INC.
MEMBER OF NATIONAL HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION DISCOUNT I STORE
.. JACKSONVILLE HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION SUITE 'G30IBM BLDG. PHONE 374-5151 .
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Black History_' Cancer i

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JOHN S. ROCK ((1825-1866)) LAWYEROn Education

d' February 1, 1865, John S. Rock became the first

black attorney to be admitted to practice before the U.S. ,. ;.

Supreme Court. He had already made-his mark in other ProgramJax

professions. He was born in Salem, New Jersey. At II

nineteen, he became a teacher Daily he spent six hoursin -The Jacksonville Officers t fl

class, two at tutoring, and eight in studying medicine., Wives 'Club, will sponsor a. ;.i
When his color barred him from medical schools, he program dealing, with cancer !II

turned to dentistry in Philadelphia. Finally, in 1853, he education Feb.26at 10a.m. in the !:J

became a physician in Boston. In 1861 he entered still t it r, Hospital Theater. All military i'fj i
4 wives invited. :
another career as lawyer and was made a justice of the : J Mrs.are Bonnie Turman, Director? It!

'peace in Boston. % of the Cancer Education 111 h
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S Program for the Jacksonville I
BILL PICKETT ((1861-1932) RODEO STAR '"" area will be the keynote speaker. 4r f'!I

By the time Bill Pickett was thirty, over half a million Two films will be'"shown '
Black people had settled in Texas and Oklahoma, 1 dealing with cancer and Dr. R. '\

facing less discrimination dh the trail than in the towns, M.OB and Davis GYN, Chief at of the Staff Naval for I

many became cowboys. Bill Pickett was one of them; he *9. 1 Hospital,will conduct a questions I

became famous as one of the best of the broncobusters.He and answers session at the I

invented the sport of bull-dogging (leaping from the qsr, conclusion of the program.WITHOUT :.
saddle to wrestle a steer by the horns to the ground) and aay-. i t
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became a rodeo star who counted both the young Will RETIRES AT SECURITY HT2 William E. Jenkins retires from ADVERTISING i
Rogers and Tom Mix (later to achieve stardom in the Naval service at Security as LCdr. Charles A. Taylor, Security Of. YOU WOULDN'T KNOW
movies) as his assistants. ficer, offers his congratulations. ih i I

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motor- The vehicle following accidents is a reportof and CHECK CASHING CARD. \E f',,r rE +


traffic violations for the period of Now cash checks all Florida without having to through life '
Feb. 511. you can over go your story. "
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Total accidents through this : Iii ""jft..tf.: )< )<, J 41
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Total number of days since last ..
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injury a .., "..""7' :'r' ..f:.: -II
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Reckless driving 0. ; r
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Going through stop sign 4. ; '" ;f
Other Violations 41. c : *, .:. You know how impossible it used .."." : Ito f
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Twenty-eight drivers appeared be to cash a check around here. ," J '
Boardon But not '., Ij:1.-:'
before the Traffic Hearing S 55wvx anymore. )
Feb. 15. Disposition of the Because if you have a checking p i'.
cases included the following: account the Southeast Bank of Orange 04 i ;

Park, you can get a Southeast Check '', ;, ,' i 1i
Two lost driving and parking Maas i tw; Cashing Card. Then you can cash :. ; ;'''J
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privileges aboard the station for personal checks at any Southeast Bank ''J ;\

various periods; twelve were in Florida. From Miami to Orlando to ',''i
assigned to complete an eight- to Jacksonville. .-.f -
hour course in remedial driving; The Southeast Check Cashing : !

eighteen received suspensions; vr Card. It's just one of the special things .' { .
six were given warnings; one was r S the Southeast Bank of Orange Park ., ': I
dismissed; one, was fined (U.S. !; ; ) does for their customers. ,:I
Magistrate) and fourteen were <. ,
; What does your bank do foryou? .:,:\
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CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, :a Address .,
CHURCHES AND City,

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I i LITTER IS A SLAP 'I I JAX CIVILIAN MENU w ..J I


Jax The Civilian Cafeteria is Combination Salad, Tossed Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese,
IN AMERICA'S FACE located- at Bldg. 2.on. the Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Fruit Cup, Waldorf Salad, Bean
Plain Salad.
southeast corner of Yorktownand Jello, Fruit Jello, Cottage
Ranger. All military and Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Egg Custard, Apple Pie,
AND YOURS. civilian personnel and their Fruit Cup Carrot and Raisin, Strawberry Short Cake, Assorted
Mix Puddings.
Cucumber
guests are invited to use this
1 1 facility. Sweet Potato Pie, Chocolate Wednesday,Feb.28
1! Breakfast is served from 6-8 Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted Chicken Noodle Soup, Fried
11 Puddings Chicken, Baked Meat Loaf with
\ a.m. and lunch is served from
ii i a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday,Feb.27 Creole Sauce, Franks and Beans,
i This week's menu is as follows: Bean Soup, Pan Roast Beef 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
t with New Potatoes, Macaroni Mashed Potatoes, French

i i Monday,Feb.26 and Meat Sauce, Veal Cutlets Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,
I Tomato Soup, Brisket of Beefy Brown Gravy, 7 oz. Chopped Squash String Beans, Turnip

.with Cabbage, Chicken Fried Sirloin, Fish.Mashed Greens.
f Steaks, Sweet and Sour Pork Potatoes, French Combination Salad, Tossed
Over Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fried Potatoes, Rice and Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain
Fish. Gravy, Buttered Broccoli, Pinto Jello, Fruit Jello,. Plain Cottage

Mashed Potatoes, French Beans, Field Peas.Combination Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese,
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Salad, Tossed Fruit Cup, Potato Salad,
Mustard Greens, Corn, Great Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Cucumber and Tomato.
Northern Beans. Jello_, Fruit Plain CottageRETIRING Coconut Cream Pie, Apple Pie,
Boston Cream Pie, Assorted


'A( r: Puddings.Thursday March 1
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1 Vegetable Soup, Roast Turkey
k vM with Dressing, Breaded Pork
M.\fw liner .round a national park orAnwrtfan r Like nnn-rvturnalik..)fertile.*and t-am and other Cutlets with Apples, Chill with
Gmua landmark ... .... .
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a\ .u. lhal ire mark' \I.r your amcrnirme. L.
From hnnw. Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
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your PUattt fe like nrxw Almiwl now of tin in tniwn.,nt. AIm....' all
It KprnwU.. If a draw.And an fir IM In In al leaHl a lilt I*. Mashed Potatoes, French
mora and more of iw nhart. Ihia So all Fried Potatoes Rice with
of hoe
IM to pitch into Gravy,
twintrx', H'a creeping rluvr In atop it. Whuh makes atop. Peas Blackeyes
honw.our home pint litter just that much: ....... Spinach.
Andatnn.ely".h..b.peop" II This M one d....w*on Ink. Combination Salad, Tossed
who litter often do H with thing ... Salad Chef Salad
Bowl. Plain
if w* *// cut it out. and ,.
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Ihn need and .PP.a.t.! fink /e.! Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cot-

C. tage Cheese, Fruit Cottage
con me nonj or rtn u mo sane
.. NOM rut*con.i W Tm ASMCMTIO UMTIO traits MOMTnua.Jacksonville's amwtna. AMOCUTWNMO Cheese, Tuna Salad, Lettuce

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'" Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple

Pie, Layer Cake, Assorted
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e Batgirl

youngest AFTER 30 AOCM Norman C. Woods and his wife,
Blanche are piped over the side at NATTC as Chief Woods retires
maternity shopCreating after more than 30 years of Naval service. Chief Woods was AO
School's Technical Analyst. HighlightsJax


The VP-24 Enlisted
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i/omeone Wives Club met Feb. 14 at the

Bellair Apartments Game Room.
t ROOM SIZE: 9 xU, 12 x 12 for.... Guests Cdr.
: present were
GAYE'S4 4995 & *5995 r i and Mrs. Ed Doherty and Cdr.

,and Mrs. Dan Demand.
WALL TO WALL
$399CARPETS question and answer period
FOR .
MATERNITY preceded the business meeting
BOUTIQUE GLAND USA with Cdrs. Doherty and Demand
((2 blocks South of San Juan) 2153 BLANDING BLVD '* enlightening the ladies on affairsof
H I
; CORNER CASSAT AND BLANDING the squadron. .
P.S. Terrific SALE now in progress! w HRS: Mon..Sat.10a.m.-9p.m. PH.388-5289 The new By-Laws were read
and approved and the Social
Committee presented its social
calendar for their term. Up
coming events include a St.
Patties Day Hard Times
WIN THIS HONDA Progressive Supper in March, a
Don't let
moneyproblems Scrambler 350.FREE. Wine Tasting and 'Spaghetti
Dinner in April, a Luau in May,
affect and a family picnic in June.
An Old Fashioned Box Social

i was sponsored by the Club
Saturday night at the Lake

your performance.You Newman Recreational Buildingat
Cecil Field. Each couple

brought a box supper to be
.N.ea.ww auctioned off to the highest
have important work to do. And

you'll do your best if you don't have other \ Y1 1,11511 N111N1111 IN bidder.The next business meeting will

things on your mind. Like a stack of unpaid be held March 14 at 7:30 p.m. in

bills. 1 the Bellair Apartments Game
Room.
We consolidate bills. Pay them off. Cut .An open board meeting is
scheduled for March 7 at 7:30:
monthly payments. And still give people Honda. '
i Worlds
fastest. p.m. at the home of Mrs. Pat
extra cash. To handle an emergency. For a moving motorcycle.Pick Sorrel.
.
/ trip home. Color TV Whatever.
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.l, up Entry Blanks and details at any local...

I You have enough to do without worrying BURGER KINGNO THE FIRST UNITED
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" about money. Visit or call.Avco Financial PURCHASE NECESSARY PENTECOSTAL CHURCH

I Services. Help us Celebrate our Anniversary at HON DA BMW Extends to You Cordial
Sale starts March Welcome to All Services
1st.
GRAND
'L"...,. AVCO DRAWING MARCH 31it Sunday
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FINANCIAL
01'nday School
".''". .. ." ... SERVICES Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.
.. tilEbdiettin) lurDrr Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
: { Thursday
'. t 1 Bible Study 7:30 p.m.
: : 1959 BLANDING BLVD. 387-3446 Friday

1) ..543 BEACH BLVD.:4 393-6424 >outh Service 7:30J-I2'
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''i V CARE Center Seminar t Supply

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To Start MondayJax Corps

The NAS Jax CARE Center will begin a five-day seminar
/ AnniversaryJax
Monday, Feb. 26. Ii
The seminar will offer exercises in group processing, interpersonal t -A
relationships and ethnic culture viewpoints. Guest speakers will talk r The Jacksonville area
concerning? Transactional Analysis, Attitude Changes, and Navy 1 Supply Corps will celebrate 178
sponsored Drug Programs.This t 4 years of service to the Fleet
seminar is open to anyone on any level and interested personsare tomorrow at the Candlelight
invited to contact W01 Leasure or PNC Linge at Ext.2900 or 3507. Restaurant..
Hours for the seminars will be 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through The Supply Corps was officiallyborn
Thursday with an early secure Friday.Welcome. in 1795 when Congress
n established a Purveyor of Public
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I ; Supplies, thus instituting Navy
Procurement and supply ashore.
\\1" t During the 178 years that it has
/ been in existence, the Navy

(' Sailors of the USS Saratoga LESSON FOR :THE BATMEN Lt. Mel Carpenter discusses the Supply Corps has progressed
lecture. TheBatmen's from'supplying cannon balls to
training
VP-24
during a
concept of the P-3C auto-pilot
three entirely to missies, from provisioningwooden
of
flight crews devote one week out every
ships to nuclear powered
) training. vessels.

.,f eGo To School The modem Supply Corps
! 1. ---- Officer is,' above all, a Naval

I Jax What do VP-24's "Bat such devices as the 2F87 Weapons Officer first and, secondly, a
I men"do when they're not flying? Systems Trainer keep ASW business specialist with a wealthof
In addition to their assigned crews sharp without the need to training and experience in

jobs, everyone in the squadron is leave the ground.In inventory management, finance,
intensively involved in a ground addition to a lecture series, accounting, data processing,
training which is On-the-Job-Training constitutes a mess management, purchasing,
I. program
I.I NOW THAT YOU'RE BACK,ARE YOU THINKING designed to further the large part of VP-24's nonnyingpersonnel's and resale.
I OF BUYING NEWMOBILE HOME knowledge and capabilities of in-squadron training.In RAdm. and Mrs. Eugene A.

: IF SO, COME TO WHERE.THE BEST VALUES ARE..... ,squadron personnel in the use 1972 the Batmen investedover Grinstead will Grinstead be' the guests'served of
and maintenance of the P-3C 10,000 man hours in ground honor. RAdm.
"Orion". training.The as Supply Officer here from
; I L COLONY MOBILE HOMES I results-VP-24 is one of the August 1969 to June 1970 and is
The Batmen's recently foremost ASW squadrons in the currently Director of Material

935 103rd STREET PHONE 771-0275 developed "Wing Concept" has Navy today, well prepared to Division,Office of Chief of Naval
. enabled VP-24 flight crews to perform its mission. Operations.ENETIA .
devote one out of every three
SPECIAL! New 1973 CONCORD weeks to
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3 BR, LOADED with no watches or flights
DISHWASHER, etc. 5965 scheduled for that week.
1 Set up & Anchored .
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JAX AIR NEWS
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O'Club German Night Set .; '"


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The NAS Jax lax-Enlisted personnel are cordially invited to enjoy ,
Officers Club Discothequewill ilL 4' ( Irrv German Night March 7 at Galley One. ,. : .. 1

begin operation Feb. \ J
23 at 4:30: p.m.Outstanding. v { All guests are required to be accompanied: byyan. .
Active Duty Military Sponsor. ." :'. :"1 1

sound I
equipment has been in Please make your reservations not later than March 5t 'I
stalled by calling Ext. 3302 or 3669. Meal hours will be 4-6:30' J
as well as r' rf :
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psychedelic' lights and a p.m. I.';

display of slides and The menu: Beef Sauerbraten, Natural Gravy, Grilled ;;
movies. Potato Cakes, German Sauerkraut, Seasoned Green '.
FINAL SALUTE-Chief Metalsmith Richard Adair Is piped over the -1
Listening and side at VP-5 as he completes 20 years of active service. Chief Adair Beans, Hot.Pan Rolls, Salad Bar, Dessert Bar, "Ger-. ;
dancingwill was described as"one of the Mad Foxes'top Flight Engineers. man" Punch.

be on tap six nightsper BM;; K.,,,,,,. ml- .. "4
week, starting at 7:30: Yf6 8 1
p.m. with a wide selectionof .dj.j
tapes and records J
available to suit all moods Sac. ,,

throughout the evening. r,".1
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also announced that Big ____j ___ g
Prize Game Night will

start Tuesday, March. 27. AT PRICES YOU HAVEBEENWAIIINB

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The top prize is a 1973
car with many other FOR 1
,valuable prizes also being 6.A -- ..-,'.';,.. ,' 0.
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offered. HOME FREEZER SPECIALIST .1
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An identical program s 2 c; x a BEEF BYTHE SIDE OR A QUARTER CUTS,WRAPPED
will. be. offered Sundays, BOX STEAKS, PORK CHOPS,PATTIES(Free Delivery Freezer Beef) .1

starting 'March 4, at.1- .
p.m., for families immediately VARIETY FREEZER 'SPECIAL! .. .

..' after the usual For the Small Family,Steaks,.Roast,Ground Chuck Fryers '
Sunday morning. .brunch.. stew, Pork Chops. ,Chop Sirloins,Liver.Amazing low total price plus... ,.''. .' -....r rw
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The program, is expected wants to remind,the rest of you swing 10 % DISCOUNT
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tolastuntil..p.m..andc' will ers to file.for your 1972 Income,Taxes .

be followed by a family .earlier before you the file April, the 16 faster. deadline.you'll The get R. PIERCE (New owner, USN Ret.)for all your meat needs,small or l large. ?I II

,buffet. your refund.I' I ,BOWLINGS CHOICE MEATS


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Jax All Hands are responsible for: action). '. ,
reminded that it is the Members of this command

policy of NAS Jax, that are also encouragedto 4 .
individuals shall have the seek the Commanding 4 ,
p.
the opportunity to make Officer through other. "b. ;; 1I
requests, either in personor established programs and ii i
i in writing, directly to people, including Action' \ .4: i
the Commanding Officer. Line, Ext. 2278, Captain'sCall ( '. ,
Normally, personal and the Minority and .t
request appearance will be Senior Enlisted Advisors.
at Request Mast at the
time and place specified in Moon Mullins
the Plan of the Day. (Otherrequests
and chits within !

this command shall be ACCOUNT 3IVE YOUR THAT BANK,
forwarded without SATISFIED FEELING- t
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welcomes tourists, but don't buy a .
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drugs. Turkish laws are strict and
their prisons don't have four-star
ratings. PFC Jerry W. Mills plan-

1 ned a short visit, but got caught
with Hashish and is now doing 15
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years in a Turkish prison. He was

also sentenced to pay a staggeringfine IN SEARCH OF UNDERSTANDING Participants In a NATTC
of $13,087.54. All countriesin relations seminar discuss ways to reach,racial understanding.
race
I REASON TO SMILE AG3 Reba Gabel is congratulated by Cdr.
F.J. Schatzle; Naval Weather Service Facility CO, for being selectedthe the USEUCOM area are getting
facility's Petty Officer of the Quarter.TEXACO tough on drug users and pushers.
NATTC Holds SeminarsOn

"P.P.P.-Are you a P.P.P.? With

,every ache, pain, decision or prob- Minority RelationsJax
lem do you head for the medicineor .,
( liquor) cabinet to obtain

strength, courage, composure or -NATTC has completed a Chairman.The .
relief? 'Can you explain why series of five military. race five 20-hour seminars
youths. believe that no one walks relations seminars. consisted of two movies, "Eye of
unaided 'Does it worry you thatso One hundred-thirty AE School the Stone"and "Black and White
many kids today are on drugs and AO School instructors joined Uptight." Lectures on Transactional -

Does the'mirror on your medicine NATTC support personnel and 12 .Analysis, .a means of

If you're leaving 'service cabinet ,show who sets the bad NAS personnel for the seminars.Cdr. understanding yourself and
or retiringand example?' Are you a Pill Popping Block, NATTC's Military others, were given' by SMC
remain in Jacksonville Parent who helped create our Personnel Officer and Human Richard Fowler.
want to ,
drug-oriented society? Relations Officer, serVed as The, race relations, seminarswere
Texaco has a new career tor you an attempt to make people
aware of, and .understand,
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feelings of minority personneland

We have two prime locations to examine racial problemsin
ATLANTIC the military society and in the
available.for lease I near :, local communities."It -

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Naval Air Station. '
RENTACARMILITARY experience ,said AVCM Donald

(ii Brown, NATTC's- Senior.Enlisted
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fe .' CHILDERS
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8 Miles South of Green Cove Springs, 1973 IMPALA CUST.CPE. "A COCKTAIL HOUR 58:30 PM

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER 300 ft.on U.S.17,30 minutes from NAS. Red w Red Vinyl top, Beige vinyl
Responsible party take up pmts of $5. $1500 per acre. P. 0. Box 50763, Jax.. Interior, V8, AC, PS, AM-FM i BUD FRETWELLENTERTAINMENT
a month. Call dealer. 772.8936. Bch., Fla. 32250. Multiplex Radio, AT, Tilt steering
wheel, PW, Wire wheel covers. White ,. NITELY
A recorded message by I tires 6,000 miles, Warranty tran
SCOTT EDWARDSTells RENTALS_ sferable. Call 3872839. :::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

you how to be a January Automotive, 1643 Cassat Ave. "

DISC JOCKEY ORANGE PARK SPECIALRArES.: $6 ftn per person
call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for 2BR Apts. Furn. or Unfurn.. Dish 1970 VW CAMPER FOR SERVICEMEN .UU double occupancy .

veterans. Columbia School of washer Drapes, carpets, Elizabeth Carpet, headers, undercoating, 2 new Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood .
Braodcasting. San Francisco. Not Apts., 7711465 or 7713355. tires A-1 Condition. Make offer, 743- Restaurant 250'Beautiful Rooms with TV Direct Dial Phone/Olympic '
with CBS, Inc. Course .
affiliated
by 5098. .
Swimming Pool Free Undercover Parking. .
home study. WILMAR APARTMENTSAir i
Conditioned 2 bedroom. Living
SINGER AUTOMATIC ZIO-ZAG room Kitchen, Bftstnook parking 1972 HONDA'CLU5Like Y
Sewing Machines, makes buttonholes, space for 2 cars, water sewage New,$400.Cat1771.8468 _1F i
fancy designs, blind hems, etc. garbage, lawn service. Furnished
Responsible party pick up pmts.of $5. $120., Unfurnished $100. plus percent MOTOR H >TEL' :
sales tax. 387-2541 weekends, 389.0744. '
mo. Rayfields. 6437 Wilson Blvd. '
70 CH EV.TRUCK &CAMPER :
Excel. Cond., self contained, $3495., 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744
AUTO AIR-COND. SERVICE ORANGE PARK 264.8680.
Room Units Central Units, Tyler 3BR. House turn., Conv. to Schools, 5 Within walking distance to all points of interest.
heating & Air Conditioning 4711 Minutes to NAS. Will 'rent to TAD
Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161. ,personnel or bachelor. 264 6884..,
..

Fabrication AIR LITE INDUSTRIESOF In rescreening window JAX 4BR.. water DOCTORS front CH&A LAKE, D-W, ww, J S. :; I jll q.PM.iI; ; ; ::; :. j! j I:

Carpet$300 a month, 4295 Cedar Rd.,
.
screens, screen doors patio & pool
.
enclosures aluminum roofs & car. 264 5973. 1DEER -ar...
.
ports, free estimates. Owned &
operated by: Norman T. Abrams, 2BR. HOUSE ;
USN retired, Paul Tinney 2568 Edison Complete Furn. & AC,avail.Mar.5 to
Ave., 3841242. Aug. 1, dependable couple req. 264-
SPRINGS
6779. 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-55U
LIVE CRABS ESTATES
WI Iford's( Fish Camp Open Daily 8 to 8:30: -Saturday 8 to 5-Sunday 1 to 6 PM
264 9707 1BR.TRAILERWW ...ATKEYSTONE i
Carpet AC Conv. to Cecil & HEIGHTS,
GERMAN SHEPHARDPUP NAS.; 103rd & Rlcker Rd. 771.7384. MOBILE HOMESITESCLYDE 72 SUPER BEETLE Auto,AC Tape Deck, F Warranty $ .,

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Champ Line Sire, Show Dog. $80 Up. 72 SUPER BEETLE Auto, Rad'o : "'*.$20fS w
See in Holly Crest O. P. 264 8458. W. SIMPSON & CO. 71 SUPER BEETLE Auto,AC, Radio $2088

Quick GIVE Rental US of A CALL Your Property FOR REALTOR 356-6849 .71 SUPER. BEETLE, Radio, Extra Sharp .,. x::.'t.:..:. '-'. $2033

SONY,TC630 Edward 0.Lyon Broker 389-0361 71 SUPER BEETLE AM-FM _Stereo & a rf $1895

Complete taperecorder. not a deck. In ... 71 VWSE DAN R&H, Special 1 .:.*; A' ,. .\ ,:; $ 708.
excel. Cond., $275. J. Beats 772.2501 : H MEj 70 VW SEDAN R&H, Extra Clean '. :;; $1588'
between 8.3 P.M.REAES. .MOBILE .
_
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i."" "" '>. 70 VWSE DAN R&H, Special l .j", "I-\"f$14S0"
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69 VW SEDAN R&H, Clean ..' $1488
,# AT JUSTISS TRAILER PARK HOUSE 69 VW SEDAN R&H, New paint, Special: $1403
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS Clean Modern .
VWSE DAN R&H ::
68 $1395
trailer and apts. 389 3007. '
66 VWSE DAN R&H, New paint ; $88865VWSEDANR&HGoodTrans.

WE BUY &SELL EQUITIES OF CORAL :: '; .., $750
Call us for quick service .
COLONY MOBILE HOMES { '
72 VW DELUXE BUS R&H Fact.Warranty ;.; $3195
Morrison Inc.
I.Taylor SALES & RENTALS, 9359 103rd St.
71 VW DELUXE BUS R&H Air Cond. $2895
4543 Wesconnett Blvd.. Call 771-0275.TRANSPORTATION. 0 IMPORTS :1* :
771.3052 737-384. CUSTOM MADEJEWELRY 71 VW DELUXE'BUS R&H, Extra Clean. '. '.. '. $2695,

71 VW DELUXE BUS .R&H, Special l t $2357
EQUITY
QUICK CASH FOR YOUR
70 VW DELUXE BUS R&H New $2395,
paint .
Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. D STONE CUTTING .. '
Edward O.Lyon, Broker 389-0361 JEWELRY REPAIR 69 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, Extra Sharp 't", 'ft88
BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY O HOBBYCRAFTIt 67 VW DELUXE BUS R&H New paint 10. $1495
3BR., FENCED YARD Used VW's compacts other foreign R&H "
71 VW CAMPER Pop-top, $3395
Different,
& makes. Astro Motors..6S NormandyBlvd. is .
,
dinette range
Double ,
refrlg,-Gar: garage 781-4978. And the Price Is R Ightl! 69 VW CAMPER Pop-top, R&H $2495

VanSandt, Realtor 387-1213 72 VW SQUARE BACK R&H, Fact. Warranty \. >':: $2495
'65 CHEVY VAN w- wLONDONTOWN. I. 71 VW SOU ARE BACK R&H,Auto, Extra Sharp / / .$2295.: :

NORMANDY ACRES New motor$850, 71 VW SQUARE BACK R&H,Auto, Special) ;; y',. : $1986 '

.4 mile? west of Cecil Field. Road 771-3211, Ext.408 1S49S. LANE AVENUE 781-2944 69VWSQUARE BACK R&HAuto :I".** ". $1895R&H
frontage; 2 to 20 Acre tracts, Land Is : "' : %
EXEC. Closed Mondays Extra Clean i: .; { MW
Investment for the future. '70 PONTIAC
the best
Other Iracts available over Southwest 4.Dr., AC, PS, PB, one owner. $1795, Wed 10-4,Tues.Sat 10-7 71 VW FASTBACK R&H, V..Top.5pedal 3? -. $1895
'
Jacksonville 772.2141 or 771.8293. 70.VW FASTBACK AM-FM Radio,Auto'; *>'"*.. $1750

Wynne Realty of Florida389S514 TOYOTA COROLLA Auto, AC, R&H y .. $2095
8507 .
: 389 '
71 PLYMOUTH DUSTER R&H, 11,000miles $lNI
.
72 CHEW Extra'Sharp '. $1995

Located WHITE In the FENCE heart FARMS of Arizona's WANTED : ''.. (!

finest farming and hunting country, HELP Nice Selection of other Model VW's" .
(County seat of
fford
near historic S
Graham County.) Great year-round .. We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.
climate. 1'A acres $1,100. low terms. COCKTAIL WAITRESS, experienced, over 21 yrs. old Then we tuned up,tightened and replaced everything that needed it. .
please write to And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement' of all _
For full Information experienced
Glenarm Land Co., GRILL MAN, aior mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
Mrs. A.L. Young
BREAKFAST COOK, experienced.
Street Phoenix 15006.i .ouble check.ENGINETRANSMISSIONREAR.
I
i 2233 North 7th 'II KITCHEN HELP all shifts, full or part time,over 21. AXLE*FRONT AXLE

I CALLASHIPMATE ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICALSYTEMr "
Joe Roplak (RET Navy) HOLIDAY INN ORANGE PARK,

.,,Licensed Real Estate Salesman SEE MR POZIN or MR. ALLEN

Representing
Blinding Agency, Inc.Rtaltors

Home 781-7715 Office 771-9513 -.. .- ..... .
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I What Drug- Is Used The Most? '.;:<';, ',;j'.!, .' ',,'v,It -



by Capt. Theodore Shattuck MC nose, asthma and a rare few acutely resulting in massive ,;I
"The words "drug abuse" are have died. hemorrahge and even death.
usually connected to illegal substances In 1966, 256 deaths occurred Great Britain had 7,000 gastric
such as marijuana, LSD from aspirin ingestion with 92 hemorrage hospitalizations in
and Heroin; however, accordingto of these deaths in children less 1971 due primarily to excessive
the International Journal of than five years of age. Adults ASA use.
the Addictions (Volume 5, De have taken aspirin accidentallyor Excessive aspirin use, may
cember 1970)), aspirin (acetylsalicylic with suicidal intentions and cause gradual permanent kidney
acid or ASA) is the the usual fatal dose is 20 to 30 failure and may predispose the
most widely used drug in the grams or 60 to 90 adult tablets. kidneys to bacterial infections. r
world and may be the most Affects Brain
ASA decreases an essential
abused. The United States, for
Salicylism affects the brain clotting factor in the blood
,
example, consumes 20 million
and is a mild intoxication with while decreasing the ability of
pounds or ,almost 44.-
per year dizziness,' ringing ears, decreased the platelets (clotting bricks)
000,000 ASA tablets per day. ,C
hearing, headache and to stick together. Therefore you
Aspirin is a drug with only I
confusion. This condition ,can bleed'more readily as from the
three medical usages. to de-
occur with taking 15 to 20 tab- stomach with an ulcer.
crease pain, fever and inflam-
lets within a 24-hour period and
mation. 1
For Pain may be accompanied by a decreased No Truth .,
Blood sugar thereby l
For pain relief, ASA is the adding to the mental confusion. There is simply no truth to '" :"f R
most effective agent for the re- This is similar to alcohol Intox- such statements as "Twice as

lief of mild to moderate intensity ication and is commonly called fast as aspirin," or "extra ,. ...'
pain arising from muscle "Salicylism jag." Toxic once- strength pain reliever' or '

and bone'but is not effectivein phalopathy is a more severe in- "Tension reliever to relax you." ,'",. "" ". .. +. ,*
relieving pain from the ma- toxication characterized by confusion ; '1

jor internal body organs such as restlessness, vertigo, Aspirin is great when used as ;

gas pains. In the 'treatment of tremors, delirium, hallucination, intended, to decrease pain, fever "': ':'} ::: ;
fever, the second medical usage, convulsions, coma and death. and inflammation, however, .\\/1\/ ;' :' ," ,>f"'Jr
aspirin, decreases the body tem- Aspirin affects the stomach, other uses are simply drug '
> >
'
perature only when elevated and many people complain of abuse. When you take self-pre > ,,
above its normal level of 98.6 heartburn, nausea, vomiting scribed pain medication, use ,n =sTOP J '

degrees. The third ASA usageis and abdominal discomfort after pure aspirin, it's cheaper and NAS SAILOR EMI Henry L McMullen is congratulated by
for inflammation. It will de- taking aspirin. ASA affects the better, but use it with respect. Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, for being named NAS Jax
crease tissue inflammation and mucosal lining protecting the Take no more than a few doses Serviceman of the Month for January. McMullen received the honor at,
is used as the major medicationin stomach, weakening it ,and ex- per day and no more than once an NAS personnel inspection held Friday.
the treatment of many typesof posing it to the stomach's acids.In or twice a week unless under 'a'
Arthritis. fact it can cause bleeding physician's orders. Don't takeit

Like any drug, ASA has both from the stomach, blood loss in if you had or have ulcers. -
side and toxic effects. the stool is doubled and people Aspirin may be hazardous to
Some people, especially asth- who take aspirin for long pe- your health-it can make the
matics, are allergic to aspirinand riods may become anemic. Fin- sick healthy. and the healthy ,

may suffer hives, a runny ally, the blood loss may occur sick.


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M
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Face LimitationsVeterans
When you work on your: Fed-
eral income tax return this year,
be careful. Read the tax instruc-
planning to travelor 'basis, only if they are unable to i .4 E tions carefully! to find the rate
establish residence abroad defray expenses. Retired schedule or tax table for yon.
bear in mind certain lim serv-
should
icemen Only table schedule
one
are eligible for medical 4 .f A or applies
itations on their rights to ben- to you.
the Veterans Administration benefits from
efits, military hospitals
You will find instructions for
advised today. and clinics.
the tax tables In the tax package -
For example, medical care is VA also noted that GI home you received in the mail.

available overseas only to veterans loans are not available to Select the appropriate table and ,
vet-
with service connected'dis
,.pti?
fill out return
your accurately.
erans living in w. .-
foreign
abilities who are American citi- coun- '

zens. Eligible veterans should tries. This restriction does not ",: ,:,j-':' ;', ... "-
apply to the American embassyor apply to veterans living in ''p..'; ... ....., .... .. '. '
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consular office in the host ?Puerto Rico. Veterans living ....... ..' Women veterans now
may
country. outside the United States (except claim their husbands as dependents -
Before traveling outside the Ii
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in ., $
"blocked" .
countries :
"
) to qualify for additional
United States a veteran 'should may receive compensation and Z. c",,',.."/,;,) .... "":. GI Bill allowances on the same'
ask for a statement of his serv pension f1i k kijX I
checks, however.But ., ," basis as married male veterans.
ice-connected conditions from ,\: ,
:
the VA office which has his,med veterans traveling in foreign ..... ,
countries
ical record. The statement should, if possible f"

should be presented to the em- maintain stateside mailing .
addresses to insure prompt receipt -
bassy or consular office with ap-
plication for medical benefits.In of checks, it was sug- DISTINGUISHED VISITOR Maor| General Francis L. Sampson, Deadline "
National President of the USD, will be guest speaker at the annual For
Filing
an emergency, however, an gested. dinner meeting of the Jacksonville and Jacksonville Beach Council.
eligible veteran is entitled to The dinner will be held at the Mayport Officers Club Feb. 27 at i p.m. Your Federal
VA-paid hospitalization if he mitted Eligible veterans are per- Ma|. Gen. Sampson was one of the "paratrooper padres" who Income Tax is
to
attend'foreign schools
notifies the embassy or consular parachuted without weapons behind enemy lines during the Korean
office within 72 hours after hot but only if VA approves them, Conflict April 16wwwwwfvw
and the courses lead to degrees.
pitalization. Notification of out-
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treatment be - - - - '- - --
patient must made r -.' - - fw- w wvwvwivwvu wy if w .w .w ..ww . !II.. . -
within 15: days.In .

the Republic of the Philip- .
pines, both veterans with serv- GOODYEAR .

ice connected disabilities and .
wartime veterans with nonservice : .

connected disabilities are eligible _
for hospital care and
treatment at the Veterans Me- \
morial Hospital. NOW AVAILABLE AT

Just as is true in the conti- '

nental United States, veterans MILITARY DISCOUNT PRICES

with nonservice: ,connected disabilities -

can take advantage of THRU SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS WITH YOUR ,:,
this benefit, on a space available

HOBBY SHOPS AT ',CECIL' FIELD AND) JAX NAS


I Sara Film I NNMPM/" I '1;,


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On TV 12 :-:


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his hand for four more years at
VP-24.
ADJ3 MICHAEL BORKOWSKI
shipped over at VP-45.
-ADR1 CL Garland, VP-
., congratulated for shipping over by

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for four years at FICEUR. .+.. PR3 VIRGIL JOHNSON
reenlisted for six years at VP-24.
AMS2 S.J.'KILL"reenlisted: for
a six years at YW4.."


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,W tPassenter low Tire I jis this trip worth $100 to you!
CuaranUed atwist all rtad taunts at 1 defects >I .
N tread.II tire fans.we wiH jt mr iptwe.repair'r. I _
Ml}for(fee treat wear tt a pri rata share if the I
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I INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Hawks

With Three

Wins-. L STANDINGS Maintain

Jax The.Medical. basketballteam Their third victim of
the
strengthened their, hold on t turned out to be the WeeK AMERICAN NATIONAL
second place in the American they started the week same off team W L Lead. (
League last week with three hard when VP-16 fell 9794. with VP-45 12 0 : W ': L',

fought wins that came against VP-16 lead 54-49 at the half MEDICAL 10 2 HAWKS 12 1 .' .
but
contenders for their runner-up Don Johnson's 21 second half NDRC 7 4 COMM 11 3 Jax The Hawks maintained "
spot. points brought Medical from VP-16 7 4 VP-5' 10.' 3 their first place position in the '
ineir first win of the week behind to tie the game at 88- 8 VP-24 7 5 HOSPITAL 7 5 National League last week with
came as an indication of the< hard and to finally win the game in VW-4 r 5 7 PUB WKS 7 7 easy wins over NarJax and
FICEUR
week that would follow when they overtime.As 4 7 NARJAX 5 7 MARTD.
,
slipped by VP-16, 8378. in their first meeting earlier MATSG ,4 7 MAR BKS 3 10 NarJax only] trailed the Hawks ."
in the week,both teams AIR OPS 3' 8 MARTD 2 10 by three at halftime but a second '
ended
Medical won the game on foul with the same amount of field up AIMD 0 12 NATI'C 1 12 half surge by the Hawks left

shots when they hit on seven of 13 goalswith 41 apiece,so the dif NarJax floundering and they ,_
tries and VP-16 hit only two of six. ference turned out to be each ended up falling 83-66. ;
Both teams had 38 field goals. +_ teams free throw totals. Medical Air Ops Manages SplitJax Klein finished with 27' and

Don Johnson led Medical with made 15 of 26 (five of nine in Hester Bryan had'18 to lead the

36 points and Stephen Douglashad overtime) and VP-16 made 12 of Air Ops played two week and this proved to be a Hawks while Larry Thomas and
18. Doug Shepard had 20 to games last week and both games tough game also, but instead of Glynn Abbott scored all but 18 of
lead VP-16. He was followed by 18.Don Johnson finished with 38 were decided by a total of three losing they won 63-62.: their team's points with 26 and 20, .

Dennis Mobley with 16, Mike points to give him a total of 95 for points. VP-24 led 34-33 at halftime but respectively. ,
Csianadia with 16 and Larry the week. Dan Schellhause added Air Ops connected on one more The Hawks also beat MARTD
Fisier with 14. 21 for Medical, Jim Attanasio 14 Their first game of the week free throw than VP-24 did in the last week when Howard Und '.
Things didn't get any easier for and Stephen Douglas 14. was with VW-4 and this turned course of the game and this contributed 24 and Rester Bryan
Medical when they met VW-4. Even though they lost, VP-16 out to be a 79-77 loss. It was a proved to be the difference. Both 19 to their 85-48 victory. Paul.
VW-4 gave Medical a scare when had three men hit for 20 when close game all the way down to teams made 28 field goals but Air Tuggey had 20 for MARTD.Eagles -<1;;

they led 35-26 at the half but Doug Shepard had 24, Dennis the wire with VW-4 only holding a Ops hit for seven of nine free
Medical came back to win 7370. Mobley 22 and Larry Fisier 20. three point lead at halftime. throws and VP-24 for six of 13.
Foul shots again proved to be a Aubrey Wilson led the winners Mark Warner had 26 and Ken Fly
big factor for Medical when they with 21 and Mark Warner led Air Frierson 22 for the winners while

connected on 17 of 23 to. VW-4's Public Works Ops with 33. Mark Sheldon collected 25 and NDRCJax
four of severiT Air Ops met VP-24 later in the Ron Dannecker 20 for the losers. By
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double figures as Don Johnsonwas VP45 Keeps In between. 'their two
high man again for Medical losses to Medical last week the

with 21. Stephen Douglas had 14, Public Works brought Streak AliveJax Eagles of VP-16 picked' up a 93-65
'Greg Kline 14 and Jim Attanasio i their record back up to the .500 win over NDRC.
12.Alan Parker led VW-4 with 22, Larry Fisier had 27, Dennis
William Heath had 17, Dennis mark last week when they scoreda The VP-45 basketball Mobley 13 and Arnold Queen 12,
Leary 13 and Adolfo Villanueva 78-59 victory over the Marine team scored a 111-74 win over the for the Eagles. Joseph Hadnot

12.Medical's Barracks. Batmen of VP-24 last week for scored 20 and Bruce Dauer 13 for
third win followedthe Kevin Gordon with ;1 ili I i 1 ili { "i NDRC.

pattern of the first two when J Martin with 27, J. L. their twelfth straight win of'the ., ,_ J ..... "
16 and Harold -
trailed at halftime
they
came season.
back to win and the margin of 'Jennings with 13 led Public

victory was provided by free 'Works to its seventh win against The Pelicans played a perfect TIIE 6
throws. The only difference was i seven losses. Askew had,24 and game as far as fouls were con
that this win came in overtime.Communications. ]Bryant 18 for the Marines.
cerned when they didn't allow uowssasweuoMEOOIFTS ?
VP-24 a single chance at the free :
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throw line.. +Nautical Charts Outriggers >Nautical wear : .
Wins/ '
Points .Fish ftfioxe t Burgee Jacket [3
; Rickey Pruett with 29, James *Hardware >SitU( *.Jab// Wear IVIMUOI r
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Move Into Second PlaceJax Delk with 24"and Vince Bell with
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The Communicationsteam 12. Paul Tuggey picked up 19 for Dannecker had 24 and John Butts PIER .
won two games last week to MARTD. 22 for the losers. 17 MARINA.INC..

take over the second place spot in KOUSCVUT BUD OITEGA, IIVER '

the National League by per- )pen for your convenience S a.m.-10 p.mYQ nniMsed JICk+ J'II.II'''' ,
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their victims last week the Mad MECHANIC ON DUTY
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Brady Bearden's 25 and Richard
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offset the double figure totals of
four Communications men. Jeff
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In their second win of the week
Communications put five men in AAMCO WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEE
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Both VA-87 and VA-15 remain Medical lost their 2nd game,in
,. undefeated in 2nd half play. We a row when VA-174 turned them HANDBALL INTRAMURAL SKEET

suspect the Athletic Director of back 64 42.'W. Walker with 29

.' conspiring to upstage Hollywood points and J. Williams with 20 Intramural handball is Competition will commence on Q-If I surrender my National -

;:.,' directors inasmuch as both were the high point men for the scheduled to commence on Mar. Feb. 20th at the Cecil Field Skeet Service Life Insurance
teams are scheduled to play each Hellrazors. Medical received a 17 12th in the station gym. An Range. Matches will be held on plan policy for a
/ other on the final night of the point effort from Bultman. organizational meeting will be Mon.Tue.Wed commencing at permanent would I still receive -
policy,
season. Cecil B. DeMcGucken is VA-87 upended AMD 70.40 held at 1000 Mar. 1st in the 1700. The range is open on paid up
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unable to set a definite date for VA-87's well balanced attack was Athletic Directors office. at 1700 and dividends
Thursday Saturdaysfrom
would
fi J the fray due to the upcoming led by Willie Johnson's 20 AYes, but they not
I points; Defending champions VA-81 are 1100 on. Entries: NAMTDNo. dividends
!. COMFAIRJAX tourney on Feb. Jerome Brooks and Charles presently deployed and will be 1, VA-45, VA-174, Weapons, be as large as on your

24 to Mr 1. Since interest is Frisby 17 each and Frank Cotton unable to defend their cham VA-66, NAMTD No. 2, VA-87 and existing policy.
running high over this contest with 16. McGee had 20 for AMD. pionship. Strong entries have AMD. Q-How can I get my claim:

j we'll keep you well informed of VA-15 downed the Marines 64 for a pension considered, since
t the game date. 52. Wood scored 18 points, I have no doctor and can't afford -
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\ VA-45 downed VA-174 "B" 40,- Elmore 17 and Gill 16 for VA15. Special Services Offers .. the cost of an examination

t t-, 32. Chick with 16 points and Barr Davey was the top point getter required by VA TASuggest

;1 with 12 led VA-45. Welsh of the for the Marines with 14. you notify the

"B"s led all scorers with 19. ',. claim
BASKETBALLStandings VA office handling your
i VA-12 finally hit the winning .
:;t.'J(, '; ;' what your disabilities are, describing -
trail with a close 49-16 win over a f ,:! ;"
: ',y,,,,,,, them' as best you can.
t \ hustling Supply quintet. VA-12's VA-87 '.9-0) ). : :; :y; Be sure you make clear you
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> Brown with 11 were the high point
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VA-174 :8-1 '' examination and perhaps arrangements -
for the winners. Robinson f/I"
men
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had 14 and Nicely 13 for Supply. :." ;... ,, ..
Ops-NAMTD 6-4 '4. J -' VA clinic to examine you.
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VA-ls bested VA-trI"O" 67 44 ; '
1 VA-45 :?: ,
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in an easy game. Gill pumped in A-lrl"O" ," ,1" .#' :: ., Q_I have never used my

,, 24 and Elmore 13 for the winners. VA-174"B" ,,- '. 4-4 4-4 : .<', ..; i-' ,.. < World War II G.I. loan entitle-

I Harrison had 16 for the 0"s. VA-12 :",: -', 4-4 ,'.,.... :'1 ,',' ". 'I -jI/-.+, "j 1. ment. May I use it now to buy
AMD found Medical to be easy, Marines, / ,1 0) 7'" a mobile home?

pickings as they blew the corpsmen Supply ';,VI. 4-6 3-7 ... ,., I ;r. .,,',.,11 1-.' A-Yes. The mobile home
:, .. [:, benefit is available to eligible -
: off the court 58-21. McGee Medical 1.7 ? { loan
tallied 25 and Meldrum 15 for the AMD veterans and servicemenwho
1-7 ,
r maintenance crew. Dental .. ,,. have $12,500 guaranty toward -
Dropouts 0-13 \ ;
<'!t.', the purchase of convene
Zi ; tional homes. VA will guarantee -
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Direct from Las Vegas... to ,* J.. '. up to 30 percent of approved
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RUBEN COSTA AND -
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KIM SUMMERS"LOVE : the National cemeteries, I have

ACT" ; been wondering whether I

.. : might be buried in a VA cem

I. ...first time in Florida s etery. Can the money VA pays
i x for burial expenses be used this
TOPLESS BARTENDER ,

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d ws$PM 2Ay NOON TIL2PMII and domiciliaries where
SPEAKEASY ROOM veterans who have died in these

facilities have been buried, but
Out of SIGHT LOUNGE Tom McGuckin, Special Services Athletic Director at Cecil Field most of' this space is now full.

will set up any excercise program yougals would like during the hoursof Chances are you could not be

I* * 1080 CASSAT AVE. 388-9016* *. 0800 -1000 Monday through Friday at the Station gym so that you buried anywhere near your
can have figures like Corinna Tsopel who exercise each morning. home if you chose one of the
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Leads CommisarvJax StandingsAMERICAN

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-Reggie Ammons rolled a games with a four game sweep "
243 game and a 580 set last weekto while the Boozers began seeing W L

lead his Commissary Store little green men all over the HURRICANES 13 3 ,
team to three wins over the alleys when the Leprechauns TRAILBLAZERS 12 4 -''' '

Eagles No. 1 team and a share of took four. LATE CHARGERS 10 6 r

fourth place in the American The only other Continental COMM STORE 9 7

League.In League action saw the Marine BEES 9 7'
the battle for second place in Barracks take three from the ADCOP 9 7

the American League some big Eagles No.3 team. POP TOPS 8 8 i

games were rolled as the EAGLES No. 1 6 10
Trailblazers took three from the Atlantic League ADPERS 6 10
Late Chargers. Foard Parsons of Ralph Nevils of the first place CHIEFS 6 10 _
the Trailblazers had the biggestset NarJax No. 1 team in the Atlantic UNCOLAS 4 12 'TI 4 -

and game with a 592 and a 225 League rolled games of 219 and CHAMECHS 4 12 :
while on the other team Donald 223 in his 611 set, much to the

Linthicum had a 202 game, Mike- dismay of the Good and Bad team CONTINENTALW ,1
who lost all four. Melvin L ,4
and McElroy
Hansen a 200 Hurley Grilling _
had a 564 set. managed a 200 in the losing cause PIN BUSTERS 14 2
Other American League action for Good and Bad. LEPRECHAUNS 11 3 a

saw the Hurricanes take four HAWKS 10 5
John
Akins' 206 game helpedthe HOSPITAL 10 6
UnCola the VW-4
Chiefs
from ,
Lifers to a four HELP .
game sweep 10 6 "
three from
took CHAMECHS
over the VP-16 CPO team while GROUCHES 8 7
The Bees split with ADCOP and
the VP-45 CPO team was taking EAGLES No 2 8 8
ADPERS split with Pop Tops. .
four from
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Pacific LeagueIn ,.
MARBKS
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the Pacific League the Both FICEUR CPO teams did CHASERS 5 12 .;

Splitmakers lost their first gameof well last week with the No.2 team EAGLES No.3 5 13 PERFcCT SCORE Sgt., C. N. France of FICEUR catches his

the season after three straight taking all four from FASOTG and SUPERSTARS 3' 16 breath after recording a perfect score on the Marine Corps Physical
sweeps when the Wall Bangersgot the No. 1 team taking three from ATLANTIC Fitness Test. He is the first Marine in the Jacksonville area ever,to
hot for one game. NarJax No. 2. attain this score. A perfect score of 300 must be achieved by doing 20
W
Leading the Wall Bangers to L pull-ups sit ups in two minutes and running three miles in less than
NARJAX No. 1 14
their only win of the four game The Trippers took three from FIC CPO No.1. 13 2 5, 18 minutes. Sgt. France completed 27 pull-ups and 100 sit ups in two
set were Carl Garner with a 236 the Busch Buds to round out the LIFERS 11 minutes., Aditionally the Sgt.ran three miles in the time of 17:04.
6
and Roger Herbert with a 212. Atlantic League schedule.
FASOTG 10. 6
Harvey Rice helped the Bean BUSCH BUDS 10 6
into second when
Burners place
GOOD BAD 9 8
he rolled a 206 and his team swept National '
League FIC CPO No 2 8 8 Welcome POWs :
four from the Batmen. George Norcross rolled gamesof VP-45 CPO 7 9
Also in the Pacific League, 234 and 203 on the way to a 605 TRIPPERS 1 11 ,
FUBARS took four from MARTD set but his Flap Jax team still lost 'VP.16 CPO 4. 11

the Nubs swept four from the three to the Rat Pack in National CAG.20 3' 11 -, ,' .".,.
VP-45 No. 1, team, AFEES took League action last week. NARJAXNo.2 0 13 \
three from the Cherry Pickers

and the Gutter Rats split with the PACIFICW .
WOXOFS. Ray Boles' 206 and Richard L

Continental League Hunter's 200 didn't go to waste, SPLITMAKERS 15 1 EDWIN N. ANGUAS/1ih
however, when their -Radar 17 BEAN BURNRS, _11. ._ .. 5 __PR.I .
The Pin Busters lost their first !
two games after three weeks team took three from the Six WALLBANGERS 10 10 6 ---'OPTOMETRIST : 1'; ,
AFEES 6
without a loss when they ran into Pack team. 8 announceshis ';'; f
GUTTER RATS 8 '.
the Eagles No.2 team.The Eagles VP-45 No.1 8 8 1 separation from the Navy, ::; ..
managed two wins even thoughGil Jack Hubbard rolled a 205 for FUBARS 8 8 and the opening' of his office at _.J

Wagi rolled a 233 and Robert the NAMTD team and Benny \.. ,
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Aleshire a 225 for the Pin Busters. Lynn rolled a 220 as the two NUBS 7 9 Phone: 2645483,2845711Great :";:

teams split in their confrontation. WOXOFS 6 10

George Hopwood's 201 game CHERRY PICKERS 4 12

helped his Hawk team to three Finishing out the National 'MARTD 2 10

wins over the Hospital team and League were the Commodoreswith

Robert Bagdigian rolled a 200 to a sweep over the Busch r

aid his Help team in chasing three! Leaguers, the Wipeouts with !t4
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wins away, from the Chasers. three wins over GEM and the ;

Pelicans with a split with the -
The Grouches ran the Super- A
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E.'l To Be Held At Jax JAX SPORT BRIEFS STANDINGS. .

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: : Jax The Commander, represent this area in the NAH.JAX 18-0 w'L'
I Fleet Air Jacksonville CINCLANTFLT Cham- Recreation MeetingA annual Southeast Military Golf FICEUR 13(." 3
which will also be Tournament. This will make the MATSG '
; Area Basketball Championship pionship 12 .4
I held in March. of the 11th straight year the tournamentwill NATTC 10/4
c will be held at meeting Composite
be held at NAS Jax.,Twentyfive VP-45 "
NAS Hall Feb. The: first of the Recreation Committee will be 0 r': 7
,, i Jax's King game entries are expected for the NDRC
held at 9 a.m. February 27, in 8,6' ,
'i tournament will at held
I 24 through March 2. begin Bldg. tournament which will be VP-S 8 tt I 6
\ The tournament is ex- 10 a.m. on Saturday with 371.Ladies March 7-9 this year. FASOTG 7';:'"7'
, ; pected to provide some games following every two GolfThe MAR BKS 3'';j 7
, } I basketball hours until the final Last year Mayport won the title VW-C 13 1 .
outstanding gameat NAS Jax Ladies Golf and Jax finished second.Mayporthas MARTD ,:, ,', 9 "
'I with teams from Cecil 8 p.m. The same Association held a Tee to Green already announced that they AIR OPSWEAPONS 3 11
' \ Field, Albany, the carrier schedule will be played on Tournament last week and the will be back to defend their title. 2 12 .
\ ','t I FDR and patrol squadrons Sunday.An winners, runnerups and putt
,winners in each flight are as If Jim Ivey Nwa .
from NAS Jax organizational
, par-
1 follows: 1st Flight: Julie Uitti
,.<= f i ticipating.A meeting for all team ((39/), Cookie Kennedy ((45)) and ....
total of 12 teams will captains will be held at Nelda Bradt ((29)); 2nd Flight:
be playing for the right to King Hall (NATTC Bldg. Lilian Oberhausen ((43V4)), Jean
563) Saturday, at 9 p.m. Muncie ((45)) and Berv McAleer
((31); 3rd Flight: Marion Vaught
The finals of the tour- i" .
((43)), Vi Pavlick ((47)) and Sue
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nament are scheduled for 3 Sourbeer.
.'1't r t' aat p.m. next Thursday.: If J.r
another game becomes Southeast GolfThe
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