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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: March 1, 1973
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( 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).
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30 NO. 48 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Florida MARCH 1, 1973



:Navy Newsgram ;

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News:
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*< "Old Ironsides" Overhauled

i': The Navy's historic sailing frigate, USS Constitution, .T

the oldest commissioned ship still afloat, began a long : r
A overhaul and preservation period ,at the Boston Naval

a:Shipyard Monday; ., -

:'* "Old Ironsides," Now 176 years old, will be drydocked

.'. in April for underwater hull repairs, preservation and
I re-coppering.- 1
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? The overhaul of the 2200-ton wooden-hulled ship will ,
:.utilize techniques developed by shipwrights in centuries

past and carefully documented. ,
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Replacement wood for the ship's timbers, decking and f t,

planking;i I principally white oak, will be specially cut
:'from trees in mid-Atlantic states that have been

.-.. ". ,seasoned for two to three years-a method that was used,

; .in the, original construction of the ship. "
Uniform Privileges Amplified .. # :

CHNAVPERS has announced that the option for First s

Class Petty Officers to wear the new Dress Blue uniform 'PITCH IN" PROGRESS CHECK-Eli Vukas,heavy equipment operator from Public Works, tells
also includes authorization to wear all other items of the LCdr. Samuel E. Barnes of the COMFAIRJAX Public Affairs Office how he plans to finish clearing
the Birmingham Avenue dumping area as part of the NAS Jax Pitch in Week
new uniform package.

This means the,combination cap and white cap cover
: will be worn with the Tropical White Long uniform and
"Pitches
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C.::.:: '''' silver belt buckle andblack! ) shoes! ?Will t be.worn::' \ <" .. ..... ." ..t.T '-
. f ,ETTo IC Conversion! ; Urged ,JaxAlthough"Pitch In Week" ended Saturday at the, three".Jacksonville:'_ }
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f BUPERS has initiated a program providing immediate Naval l facilities, it, marks,the ,beginning of real progress. for the Navy's environmental .',
} ; lateral conversion for 200 Electronics cleanup campaign here. '\

.Technicians s with"NEC ET-1501; to, the IC Electrician The ,Navy hopes the progresswill that, you would see results." day ,to school for 30 days, their
.5:I'rating. continue until the batttle Another worthwhile project by combined value will approximate
'.', The has been established to help balance the against litter is decisively won. Public Works was eliminating an $250. (23 cans per pound, at a
program In the forefront of the campaign eyesore on the river bank south of price of ten cents per pound).
current .shortage of IC personnel and a corresponding
waged to date are two Birmingham Ave. by bulldozingand
NDRC, by their wholehearted
excess of basic electronics maintenance ET's. organizations from NAS Jax: the clearing mounds of broken in
participation "Pitch In",again
Requirements for formal schooling, 'in-service 'Public-Works Department, under concrete and other'unsightly demonstrated how their young
training and-or completion of a Navy-wide examinationwill the command of Capt.D.C.More, debris from a dumping area men, some of whom have had
and the Naval Drug there.Hopefully, this area,which
be waived to provide immediate conversion. Upon severe drug problems, can
Rehabilitation Center (NDRC), affords an attractive view of the
:
conversion, all the reenlistment bonus benefits offeredto commanded by. Capt. 'W.F.. river and the Buckman Bridge, perform tribute toward useful work and better con
creating a
the IC rating will be derived as well as authorization Moore. will remain free. of debris in the
environment. (Last August they
to advance to,the next higher paygrade up to E-6 upon Both organizations have future. participated in "Project Big
completion of the IC advancement examination. "pitched in" enthusiastically, Lt. C.J. Bruce, attached to Sweep", an Affirmative Action
. I and tangible results in the Public Works, was instrumentalin Project sponsored by the
cleanup can be directly attributed achieving progress' in this Jacksonville Urban League to
to them. area. clean up a 'poorer section of the
For instance, Ens. Richard F. Public Works will also be active community.)
Krochalis, Environmental in the aluminum can
Protection Assistant at Public recycling project expected to A crew of 20, supervised by Lt
Works, reported that on the first start about April 1. Ens. (jg) Neil D. Bowman, Assistantto
morning of "Pitch In" Capt. Krochalis said that each used can the Program Director, cleanedup
4r More had all of his people, including is worth approximately half a. a playground and its
officers, men and cent. surroundings near the Express
secretaries, pick up litter for a One can get an idea of how Store, making it a healthier and
half hour around the Public valuable this program could be more suitable area in which
Works area. monetarily by computing the children can play.
Ens. Krochalis added, "U (the following: if each student in an Another NDRC group performed .
people in) each building would do, 1800-pupil school brings a can a a similar service on the
grounds of the Pirates Cove near
p--_ the river..

CNO Coming HereJax Admittedly, these were special
projects; the Navy's overall. 1
cleanup campaign will only be

-Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr., Chief of successful when projects like
Naval Operations, will arrive: here March 8 to meet factor.these multiply by a significant

with area Naval officers and enlisted men.
rt Details of the CND's visit will be in _next week's The continual close attention of

THANKS FOR THE HELPSheriff.Dale. Carson from the Florida, issue of the' Jax Air News. all commands, to "pitching in" on
Sheriffs' Boys Ranch presents a plaque to Chief D.J. Brown, presidentof a regular basis will assure
the CPO Club Advisory Group, thanking the Club for its assistance eventual victory. "Pitch In"
t ,,:( to the Boys Ranch.The plaque will hang permanently at the CPO Club. week has been a good start.
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DINNER: Cream of Potato Soup, Dessert Bar.'SUPPER Cookies.. SUPPER: Baked Tuna & Noodles, at All Saints Chapel.
Fried Flounder or Chili Con Carne w- :' Breaded Pork Chops, SUPPER: Yankee Pot Roast Beef, Grilled Liver,. Gravy, O'Brien. Church School 9:30 a.m.
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Order, Scrambled Eggs w-Ham, BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal, St. Edward's
Chapel.
Advertisements Choice of Ham or Bacon, Cottage Chilled .Orange Juice, Fried Eggs to '
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Jacksonville Officers Wives Club will award HighlightsY4
three $1,000 scholarships during 1973.
The recipients must unmarried and the
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sons or e Jax NAS and the Marine
daughters, adopted sons or daughters, or step sons or Barracks will co-host the JOWC's
daughters of Regular-Reserve Navy or Marine Corps .. March 7 Function at the NAS Jax
officers on active duty or retired status with pay. Officers Club.

The awards will be made on the basis of scholarship, The theme will be "Crazy
character and need and will be awarded for the' first x Hats" and hand-made, wooden
year of the recipients' college careers. : plaques.will be presented to the
Applications may be obtained from the Bureau of five winners in the following
categories: Craziest Hat,
Naval Personnel, Dependents Scholarship Program, { ... .. .' .;: Original, Most Unusual,
Washington, D.C. Applications should be submitted .Jc.r.; Elaborate, and Booby Prize. .'
VI P VISITS NATTC-RAdm.A.M. Sackett(2nd from Right), htef of
after March 15 and no later than May 15 to the Personal Naval Technical Training, tours the NATTC facilities with NATTC The day will start off with!
Affairs Division (G221)), Bureau of Naval Personnel, officials. Shown are: AVCM J.A. Willick, Phase 6 AE "A" Instructor punch at 11 a.m. and a brunch
Department of the Navy, Washington, D.C. 20370. Lt ((ig)'W.P. Ford, AE"A" Phase 6 Officer Cdr. E.G.'Ughtsey,'Jr. will follow at l1:30.a.m. :. :

Individuals or groups desiring 'to contribute to this AE"A" Superintendent; RAdm. Sackett: and Capt. William Carrier, Mrs. Charles Caldwell will"be

scholarship fund may send checks 'made payable to the NATTC the guest speaker, telling the
Jacksonville 'Officers ''Wives Club Scholarship Fund, CO.Toastmasters Meet wives of her experiences in
U.S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla. 32212. Checksin Vietnam and also discussing
"New Hope for Disabled
any amount will be gratefully appreciated and such "
Veterans.
Invite New MembersJaxThe
contributions are tax exempt:

For additional information, contact. Mrs. C, Paul Last week,.the JOWC's invitedall
tenth meeting of the Joe Lavin Administrative Vice
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military\vives ; a
Johnson by calling. 3884817. New Navy Jax Toastmasters President, Cdr., Vincent cancer education program. Mrs.
; International Club was held Schuppert; .Secretary, Lt. Mel Bonnie Turman, Director of
Mt Thursday,Feb.22,at the Officers Williams; Treasurer, Ltjg) Cancer Education,was.in. chargeof
Gub. Jerry Hetherington; Sgt.-at- the program. Mrs. Furma
Newly elected President Cdr. Arms, Cdr. Dick Schoonover; Libby was the guest speaker,
\.1 Paul Devine presided at a lively and Asst. Sgt-at-Arms, Lt. John along with Dr.R.M.Davis, Chiefof
meeting. Tabletopics Master Lt Hargrave. Staff OB-GYN,Naval Hospital.
+ Jg) Tom Higgins gave everyone Meetings are held every
'an opportunity to talk on impromptu Thursday in the Officers Club at The Club wishes to extend a big
4. topics for a minute anda 11:45: a.m. and visitors and "Welcome Home" to the POW
A L < half. prospective members are returnees and its sincere hope
; Newly elected officers are: welcome to visit Jacksonville's and prayers for the.release of all
:, I President, Cdr. Devine; newest club of Toastmasters prisoners and further word of our
Educational Vice President,Maj. International. MIA's.

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MECHANIC ON DUTY SIX more years of active duty.
Master Chief Glenn Darnell was sworn In for four more years by
j Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS Upon reenlisting he was Commander A.A. Less,Commanding Officer of VA-12. Present for the
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6 JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER :


I Black
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HENRY JOHNSON (1807-1929)( ) WORLD WAR HERO M
I A member of the 15th National Guard of New York
: i which became the 369th Infantry, Henry Johnson was 0000Ms

probably the most famous Black soldier to have fought

in World War I. Q-If I surrender my Na
The 369th itself was the first group of Black combat tional Service Life Insurance

troops to arrive in Europe. After a summer of training, permanent plan policy for a
the group saw action at Champagne, and fought its way paid up policy would I still receive -
to the Rhine River in Germany, receiving the Croix de dividends?
A-Yes, but they would not
Guerre from the French
government. Johnson and dividends
be as large as on your
another soldier (Needham Roberts) were the first .. existing policy.

Americans to receive this French medal for individual ......' J ; Q-How can I get my claim
heroism in combat. for a pension considered, sinceI

During a night skirmish, Johnson fought'off an entire have no doctor and can't afford
German patrol single-handed, rescuing his wounded the cost of an examination
required by VA?
comrade from almost certain capture in the process. He Jiv A--Suggest you notify the
personally accounted for four dead, a host of wounded, VA office handling your claim
and a virtual stockpile of abandoned equipment. what your: disabilities are, describing
Wounded himself, he lost a shin bone and had several them as best you can.

broken bones in one of his feet. ":., ;...." ... Be sure, you make clear you
",.' : :" don't have money to pay for the
Johnson was cited .by the French as a "magnificent ..-:.
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examination, and perhaps arrangements

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example of courage'and: energy". He was later "
be made for
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t promoted to sergeant.Rock'Opera., VA clinic to examine
i :'t -:;-.' .'...'. ., '.. Q-I have.. .never, ;you.used, my'
3 World War II 01. loan( entitle
ment.' May T use it now to buya
Set
, mobile home

: CLOSING SALUTE-Ending his Marine Corps career of nearly 20 A-Y e8.. The mobile home
At Jax ChapelJax years, MSgt. William R. Painter (Foreground) renders a closing loan benefit is available to'eligi
. salute at MARTD.Mayport. ble veterans and servicemenwho
have $12,500 guaranty to.
The Fletcher High.School Choral Depart Based Tug ward the purchase of conven
ment will present the religious rock opera tional homes. VA will guaran
"Celebrate Life" tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the NAS tee up to 30 percent of approved
Jax Chapel. Sets Towing Record loans for mobile homes.

The production is based on the book .
Jax USS Palute, a Mayport- Navy, was towed to the
CELEBRATE LIFE by Courtnay and music by based tug, recently set a record Bethlehem Steel Shipbuildingand A new insurance planMod.ified .
Redd. for long distance towing when she Drydock Corporation for Life-Age 70-makes it financially
Approximately 75 high school students will towed a fully manned Columbian major overhaul of its 'main feasible for 200,000
present this modern celebration and expression of Naval warship from Cartegena, engines. ., aging veterans with term insur-
faith under the direction of Barnes E. Sale. Columbia to Baltimore, Md. Prior'to towing the vessel, an ance policies, to' convert to the
international agreement had to new-plan under which premiums
All personnel are invited to attend. I The towed ship was a 397 foot, be si@ed'by LCdr: G. R. Allen, remain at a level amount, VA
II I 3200 ton,Columbian frigate, ARC commanding officer of the reports.
Siete De Agosto manned by its Paiute, and the Columbian Chief
commanding officer, Gorge A. of,Naval Operations.
Guerrero and 70 officers and
,
The long distance tow job was
enlisted CPO
men. completed in 13 days and Paiute
WILSON Peutiae Siete De Agosto,the Columbian steamed 1,847 miles' before
Navy's Flagship and the largest releasing the Columbian ship to Wives
100% GUARANTEED USED CARS combatant ship in the Columbian shipyard officials in Baltimore.
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72 CHEVROLET COR. 71 OLDSMOBILE| I
VETTE T-top Coupe,' TORONADO 2drHT.,' Slate MeetingJax
equipped with AC, Green with white vinyl top,
automatic, P.S., P.B., P.W., equipped with P.S., P.B. & I Conserve !
' f leather Int, tilt telescopic air cond. Low mileage. t Energy I The CPO. Wives
t wheel & AM-FM Stereo Club will celebrate 15
Radio. years of service in the

i $5199' $3695 Jacksonville area this
month.

7Z PONTIAC CATALINA 70 PLYMOUTH 1 The Club's regular
BRGH 4drHT., Cameo SATELLITE 2drHT., meeting is scheduled for

White with Green Vinyl fop, Quezal Gold with Black ... Monday, March 5, at 7:30:
fully equipped with factory Vinyl top, auto trans, AC, .v. at the CPO Club.
air & power windows. Extra P.S., P.B. & Radio. Extra TEXACO
clean. clean. All retired and active E-
7 through E-9 wives are

$3495 $2195 invited to attend.mmincpoou.

If you're I leaving service or retiringand
72 CHEVROLET CAMARO 6* CHEVROLET IMPALA
2dr. H.T., Wilderness Green Custom Coupe 2dr. H.T.,1 want to remain in Jacksonville, RPRRtmenTI
with Green Vinyl top, auto Burnish/ Brown with White THE
trans,AC, P.S., P.B., console .Vinyl top, auto trans, AC, Texaco has a new career for you WITH\
" 1 & A.M. Radio. Extra Sharp. Owner.P.S., P.B. & Radio./ One t b iUllf\ \

'We have two prime locations Any
$3495 $1695 THE GOODLY:
available
for lease '
near
.. FROm.SIlO.VillaCeUJOod\ .
: 71 DODGE POLARA 48 CADILLAC COUPE DE Naval Air Station. <
I 4dr.H.T., Regency Blue with VILLE 2dr.H.T., Polar
Dark Blue Vinyl top, loaded White with/ Blue Interior. Road
including factory air &JFully loaded & extra clean. 2045 Jammes .Jack'
power. 15,000 miles. For full information call 3989792. 10 mInutes\ Out from RoosevesonvUe. \\t

B\vd.\ Right\ on Sa Then
$2395 $2195WlLSONPetitoc
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II 'Let The Buyer Beware Jax Credit


1 By virtue of legislation recently passed in 33 states, the -ir :
ape of majority has been reduced from 21 to 18, and in Union Holds
some cases to 19 years old.

Servicemen: therefore, are now legally eligible to pur
chase houses and houseboats, washing machines, color A M G ElectionsElection
'. TV's, motor boats and motorcycles, correspondencecourses
and otherwise borrow cash without the signature of credit union officials
of their parents or other co-signers. was a primary item on the

I The only way they can get out of the sales contract now agenda for the Jax Navy Federal!
I to. is to prove fraud. The time-worn defense of being underage Credit Union membership
I :a is no longer available in those 33 states. Lif meeting held Saturday, February
: 24, in the Jacksonville Civic
The age of majority. is 18 in Arizona, California, Con. Auditorium.
: necticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois,
Louisiana, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Elected to serve threeyearterms
,Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota on the credit union's Boardof
New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode : Directors were: Roland E.
Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, Vermont, Byrd, Navy Regional Medical
Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. The law is 19 Center, NAS Jacksonville; Cecil
in Alaska, Iowa, and Nebraska. W. Acree, Jr., Resources
Managment Department, NAS
This new group of consumers must be a prime target Jacksonville; and CDR James R.
for vigorous programs of consumer education. In particular ,Johnson, USN, Comptroller, NAS
they should be alerted to those common deceptionsbait -, SURPRISE ARRIVAL-The newest arrival at the NAS Jax Stables Cecil Field. Credit Committee
and switch. free prize and contest gimmicks, phony stands (on slightly wobbly legs) with his mother, Jigger, and Bob members elected at the same
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comparative prices, etc.-rthat have been, the. subject of Yett,a stable employee. The colt reported aboard at 4 a.m. Sunday as time for three-year terms were
-general FTC consumer education efforts directed to their a complete surprise,since the vet had checked his mother three weeks George W. Malone, Naval Air
older counterparts. ago and saw no Indication she was pregnant. The new arrival, ownedby Rework Facility, NAS
Sharon Martineau of Jacksonville, is only the second colt born at Jacksonville;, and James E.

."',.:,-t'. Before; YOU .sign, see your legal officer. the NAS Jax Stables In the past five years. Carroll, also- from Naval Air

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e ':** was just asked to waitfor Naval Air Technical Training
"' "-': Center,has been elected to serveas
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another ; for 1973. Other officers who have
flight been elected to serve in 1973 are:

Captain Richard C. o O'Loughlin,
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Jacksonville, vice president;
If time is money, Eastern's :' Cecil W. Acree, Jr., secretary;
Leisure Class"may be the most profit-- and Ralph R. Story, Civilian
able way you could waste your time. Personnel Department, NAS
I Leisure Class costs the same asyou'd Jacksonville, treasurer.
: .. pay for a military reservation
coach ticket (% regular coach fare). "
But don't :. '" :. : '
we guarantee you'll get on ..
your scheduled flight because Leisure NayFeature
Class is a conditional reservation.If ,
you do,it's the same as Coach.
If Coach is full, you may fly First '
Class. (Without paying anything extra.)
Here comes the good part: If the
whole plane is full, you won't get on at
all. But, you get your money back. And ArN
we put you on the very next flight that.s fi?' 'yv <' On TVJaxCdr.WoodliefVP
has seats available to your destination. ': .. > "' '
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some reduced fare tickets. Or to the 5 CO and LCdr. Clark
Air Shuttle* Bermuda Jamaica .' s{ ,
or h.; :v
Mexico and Bahama flights. from VW-4 will appear on

.Or when the originally scheduledxw: > ., Channel 4's "30 Below"

.plane is grounded due to adverse program tomorrow at 8

weather conditions, equipment failureor p.m.
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equipment substitutions.
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to qualify a : ,! The program will
ask for a Leisure Class reservation and ;rY:{ feature human relationsand
present your ticket at the boardinggate
twenty minutes before flight time. minority affairs in the

And if you have to wait, it will be from ;{ a: several minutes to several hours. But if y}

you've got more time than money, you
probably won't mind at all. .
Call Eastern or your JAMTO
office for more details. (As if you didn't
have enough already.) :;
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BAC\ Tells It All .' -

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Veterans ;

There are"! 50 states in the United States and all of them have laws
against driving under the influence of alcohol with various penalties. Y i Ask J

Most states base this on a person's blood] alcohol content (BAC) as
determined by a breath tester or direct analysis of the blood. I

According a recent 'pamphlet put out by the Alcohol Safety n Sli Q-How long: can I wait ,to
Action project at San Antonio, Tex., different states have different ; get my teeth fixed after t get
laws concerning whether or not a person is intoxicated. Utah, for out of the Army '
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example, considers a person drunk when his BAC is .08 per cent. A-You must apply within
, However, Texas has a higher level of .10 per cent and still other ode year after your discharge 1 I
states go as high as .15 per cent before the driver is considered li i to be eligible for the presump. ;
intoxicated according to legal standards.The I tion that your dental conditions I
effects of alcohol on an individual vary with weight and are service-connected. "

metabolism. As an average, a 150-pound person has a BAC of .02 Q-With no more space in {l I .
per cent after drinking 12 n.FAREWELL the National '+
one ounce beer. If that same person cemeteries I have ; {
drinks a ZVt ,ounce martini his BAC will register .04 per cent. been wondering whether I a
Heavier persons would have a proportionately lower count while might be buried in a VA cem-
lighter persons would have a higher alcohol content.A etery. Can the money VA pays < s
person's blood alcohol concentration drops about .02 per cent for burial expenses be used this 4
every hour after he quits drinking. If a 160-pound person drinks way? ,
five beers on an empty stomach his BAC will be about 10 percent, A-VA does not have a cem-
legally drunk in most states. It would take three hours for him to etery system of its own. It hasa
reach a safe level of .05 per cent or ]less. few small plots near VA hospitals
Such remedies for intoxication as black coffee, cold showers, fresh and domiciliaries where
HONOR-TSgt. Ray D. McCleese receives the Air
air and exercise have no effect on blood alcohol content.Be Force Commendation Medal from his wife Epsie,as he retires at the veterans who have died in these
honest with yourself, drinking and driving is dangerous. Be 479th Radar Squadron with 20 years of service. McCleese" was the facilities have been buried, but
smart, know your limits and stay sober. squadron's NCOIC of Security and Information. most of this space is now full.CNCTIA .

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Jax-Survivors benefit : __ p'a?
payments was the topic, and Cdr. : p ;
,Breeding and Chief Farmer from :
Career Counseling at NAS Jax ; : _
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were the speakers at the Wed VH :

nesday night meeting of the,Navy
Wives Club of America __
Jacksonville No. 86. Anyone
wanting information on the new
program can call Ext. 3531 at the
base.

President Mrs. Ronald Colmar
welcomed guests Mary Sheahan "lJ ..
from Wollaston, Massachusetts,
Mrs. Douglas Poutree's aunt; 1
1 f former member Mrs. William '>,',, >:
Riece, and from Italy, Mrs. "

a .. Donald Fischer now a neighbor of ..,.
,
Mrs. Thomas Wofford.It '
GIFT FOR POW RETURNEES-Mrs. Marie Slocumb, president of _
the Enlisted Marines Wives Club, presents flowers for the returning was brought to the attentionof
POWs to Cdr. T.L. Zackowski, POW Returnee Coordinator, on behalf the members that The Club's 't+. '
of the Club. The flowers will be placed in the returnees' room and in account with the blood bank _
the lounge area used by the returnees and their families.For ., needs to be replenished., Mem-
bers and their husbands may
donate at the blood bank, on
Riverside in the name of Jax No.

r 86.Activities planned for the .
fI! month of March include a St.Patrick's .
day Social at 8 MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL-Capt. Robert L., ,Gill, Ad
p.m. ministrative Officer at the Naval Hospital, is presented the
March 10, a bake sale at NARFon
Meritorious Service Medal by RAdm. Oscar Gray, Jr., Commanding
rainy day. March 23, and a membershipDrive
a March 23at7:30p.m.at the Officer of the Naval Aerospace and Regional Medical Center, Pen-
clubhouse.The sacola. The award Was earned for Capt. Gill's service as the Comp-
troller of the Center. After the ceremonies, Capt. Gill was frocked to
next meeting will be March
Take stock in America. his present rank and transferred to his position here.
7 at which time LCdr. Karlson
Buy U&Savings Bonds will show a film on Good Turn

Day. I CHAMPUS INFO I I


I; : Retirees and dependents of applied against future treat-
., l,'., r co .e $;e..las Standing Boulevard retired and deceased' Uni ment for the same episode 'of

House Quality Foods CedarHlllShoppingCenter j formed Service members who care. An episode of ,care under
Phone 771-9223: have other insurance provided this policy,is defined as all care, ,
i Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night ,is through law or employment are both ''Inpatient 'and 'outpatient,
generally required to utilize the provfded'to a patient which is
FAMILY NIGHT proceeds of such insurance be related to the same illness, in-

STEAK dour choice of fore CHAMPUS can make any jury, or diagnosis.To .
CHICKEN & payments. However, when their illustrate the benefits that
$179':i other insurance has paid someor may accrue to CHAMPUS ben
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NIGHT I DUMPLINGS or all of the CHAMPUS bene eficiaries, under this policy, officials
CHOPPED STEAK ficiary's cost-share responsibilities of the Civilian! Health and
during an"episode of care," Medical Program of the Uni-
% Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables Bread
and Butter
as well as some, or all of formed Services (CHAMPUS)
LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM the charges which CHAMPUS have cited the following exam-
would have paid, such amounts ple:
.
WafcftForpurLrunctieott . .
are accumulated as credits to be
A retiree incurs $20,000 in
medical bills for the same epi-
sode of care. A first-pay in-
surance plan provided by his

,. ",,'';..;I'.,' -,. t'. ,f employer with a $20,000 max-
e imum benefit payment provi
sion, pays all ,the bills. He
then receives additional care
for the same episode, of care
: and submits a claim to

'an'Tas CHAMPUS. A total of $40-

Cc 000 accumulated.The in medical. charges is thus


$20,000 paid by the other
insurance on behalf of this .retiree
is 'accumulated as a creditto
satisfy his 25 per cent cost-
sharing obligations on any future .
civilian medical care he

c The SURECHEK Moneybook is ::: .;- .' receives for this same episodeof
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-. "' care. Since $20,00 is U or 25
; outrageously fantastic! It costs less! ; : percent of $80,000, the retireecan
accumulate a total of up
j .,: than credit card and you can use it. : .w ; .. to $80,000 in medical bills for
this episode of care. With the
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portion already paid, CHAM-
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f 5URECHEH Office for a SURECHEK application. pay up to
(. :+ $60,000 without any out of
pocket expense to the retiree.
t t After that, the retiree would

JAX NA VY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION again be responsible for his 25

percent of any additional
charges.In .
the above example, there-
.... .. .," NASJAXBldg.3t ROOEVELTMALL NASCECILFIELDBldg.26 r: fore, CHAMPUS would pay the
( f Tel.387.5622 or Base Ext.2431 HONE 384.1391 772.989 or Base Ext.215 "
Hours Mon..Fri/ the full $20,000 in additional
10AM.5:3OPM ,
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Sat.9AM.1 PM _,' charges and the retiree, could
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of care, all of which would be
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NAS Jacksonville | CALL: 3873566malled {'j.d
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: Ads Should be
to arrive not later than
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LATWINGER 1 TUesday for publication the following Thursday

NAS Cecil Field j Ads publiShed arriving too late for this deadline- will be Thursday March 1 Starring I Peter Cushing and ''iI I
the
fOllowing NASuTHE ,
week unless the HOT ROCK"Comedy
PUblisher I' Instructed Christopher Lee. "PG" (101 :
otherwise A check :
or '
ADVERTISING OFF ICE j? money order for the full cost of the ad must be Drama, Starring Robert min.) j

4747 San Juart Avenue i= received WITH the copy for the ad Bedford and-George Se g. "PG" HOSPITAL: "PIGEONS"Sunday 1 i
(101 min.)
Jacksonville, Florida | RATE tminimum charge C3lines( ) 12." HOSPITAL: "JEREMIAH : ,March 4 '1';
Per additional line((4 words per line) .50 JOHNSON" NAS "RAGE" Drama, .
Drama ]
Starring
Starring George C. Scott and :: 't
Robert Redford and Charles
\ ; ; \ I Richard BasehPG eart. "PG" (99 .. ';,
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= P.: Hhhu U Tyner. ((103 min.) '
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WE BUY SELL EQUITIES CONV.TO NAS& CECIL FIELD Friday, March HOSPITAL "THE HOUSE

.- Call us for quick service 2BR.-Mobile Home, carpet, AC, patio NAS "PIGEONS" Comedy, THAT DRIPPED BLOOD"

Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. awning,Ig.fenced lot, married only; :Starring Jordan Christopher and ,y
4543 Wes onnett Blvd. $115. per mo., 7715932. Jill (Vu "R" Monday, March 5
((94 in
UNEMPLOYED LADIES 771.3052 ra. m .) NAS : "WUTHERING
737-3864
18 to 80, Choose own hours, car 3BR. HOUSE *10SPITAL: "THE HOT ROCK"HEIGHTS'" Drama ;J

needed. We train. 7715180. QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY Furn.&AC,Avail Mar 17 to Aug. 1.5 Saturday,March 3 Anna Calder Marshall, Starring and ,1

Also, Equities for sale on terms. Minutes from NAS. Dependable NAS: "THE HOUSE THAT :
easy Timothy Dalton "G" (104 mIn)
JANITORS PART-TIME ON NAS couple req..388-2169.
Edward O. Lyon, Broker 389-0361) j DRIPPED[ BLOOD" Horror, HOSPITAL "RAGE"QUESTIONS;
$1.91 per hour ;
389-1644
3BR., FENCED YARD 2BR. HOUSE
Double-Car garage, dinette, range & Complete Furn. & AC,avail Mar.5 to

MOBILE HOME SALESMAN ref rig., Aug. 1, dependable couple req. $175
VanSandt, Realtor 387-1213 per mo., 264-6779.
Retired personnel. Salary plus
commission. Will train. Unlimited Y.
Mr. Wallace or Mr. Carter WHITE FENCE FARMS
earnings. GIVE US A CALL FOR
Located In the heart of Arizona's 1
7866226. Quick Rental of Your Property ABOUT LOANS?
tin est farming and hunting country,
Edward 0. Lyon, Broker 389-0361
PART-TIME GOOD MEN NEEDEDTo near historic Safford (County seat of

wash trucks. $2.00 per hour, a 'few Graham County.) Great year-round ,,+' ::..:+t:" ::, .',.-:",." :....,/0''. ....
hours evenings Sat. & Sun. Apply only climate. 1V4 acres, $1,100 low terms. .:MOIIL.Jt4 MES1t. WEIL ANSWER THEM.No !
between 5:30: and 6:30: P.M. 3806 Perry: For,,full Information, please write to 'f < :..,,., : t:...
St. 355-0264. Mrs. A.L. Young, Glenarm. Land Co., ,
2233 North 7th Street, Phoenix 85006. JUSTISSTRAILER PARK ( 1 names. No I sales pitches 1 )
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern
TEMPORARY CALLA SHIPMATEJoe trailer and apts. 3893007.

All office skills needed. Long and Roplak (RET Navy) Before you borrow.'there may be questions weighing on

short assignments. No fee. We pay Licensed Real Estate Salesman COLONY MOBILE HOMES \ your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick,

you. Representing SALES & RENTALS, 9359 103rd St.. courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor .
XTRA HELPERS 36-5188
Blanding Agency,Inc.Realtors
Call 771-0275. talk shop unless you want us to.
Home 781-7715 Office 771-9513
NEED BABYSITTER Dial FinanceWe
2 to 3 working days a week lMon Frl.)
GREEN COVE SPRINGS don't
want to like for
you us just our money.
from Bellair area only. 264.s.<<9. Residential, Lots,Acreage 1971 ELDORADO2BR.
Chas.Mobley, Realtor 284-9365 .,2B., lusttake-up pmts. 40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 .

CAREER OPPORTUNITYTop Lee Duncan,Associate 264 6861 7817816.TItANIbRTATJ. 5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895

position for X-mllltary, sales- 4721 San. Juan Ave. 384-2314 Loans to
minded people to learn to be Financial H
IN REAL ESTATE MATTERS 1436 Edgewood Ave. West
,, 764-2533 $600
Consultants. We have more, clients Call Shrum "* <{ :.j' J } i" ,
Wayne
than we can see.We will spend $35,000to
train you. Salary plus commissions.Fast Blanding Agency, lnc.Realtors BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY
managerial advancement. No 771-9513 Used VW's compacts other foreign

travel. 398-7046, Mr White. makes. Astro Motors, 6566 Normandy
15ACRES H f ,Blvd' 781-4978. \
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NURSERY HELP WANTED' 8 Miles South of Green Cove Springs,
Neat appearance woman to work In 300 ft.'on U.S.17,30 minutes from NAS.
nursery. Must love children and help $1500 per acre. P. O. Box 50763, Jax. IS C HEVY VAN l4tliat-! : :

keep premises clean. Hours 9 A.M.to 5 Bch., Fla. 32250. New motor$850., .

P.M. Mon.-Frl. $65 per: week. 771.9505.EJI 771-3211, Ext.408 : : :

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3BR.,11h B.HOME
C li4N )g LR, DR, eat-in kitchen, BIRO, 1970 VW CAMPER

Panelled FR, New carpet, CH, new Carpet, headers, undercoating, 2 new 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE,781-5511
built-in AC Unit. Shade trees & fenced tires, A-l Condition. Make offer, 743-
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER backyard. 771-8254. 5098. Open Daily 8 to 8:30: .Saturday.8 to 5-Sunday 1 to 6 PM

Responsible party take up pmts of $5.

a month. Call dealer. 772.8936.A NAVEX BINGO
FOR SALE OR TRADE for sale, $500. Call 72 SUPER BEETLE AutoAC,Tape Deck, Fact. Warranty $2388
5 Acres in Northern Idaho, full timbered Motorcycle
264- 72 SUPER BEETLE Auto, Radio $2095 t:
recorded message by near lake small town. Excellent demons ext.2665 aft.9:30: P.M. or "

SCOTT EDWARDSTells hunting, fishing, vacation or 3372 & leave name & phone. 71 SUPER BEETLE AutoAC, Radio ', ," $2088

you how to be a retirement $2500 value. AOCS 71 SUPER BEETLE AC, Radio, Extra Sharp ,''',. $2033

DISC JOCKEY Woodruff, work 246-5265, Home 724- 72 DATSUN 2401 71 SUPER BEETLE AM-F/A Stereo& Heater $1895
call 355-2944 any hour. Approved for 8319. AC. 4,000 miles, Contact: LCMDR.
Columbia School of 71 VW SEDAN R&H, Special I $1708
veterans. Reff VA-12,or Cal1264-3374 aft.6 P.M.
Braodcasting. San Francisco. Not 70 VW SEDAN R&H, Extra Clean $1588

affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by 2 RIVERFRONT LOTS ON SANTA FE 70 VW SEDAN R&H, Special f $14S0d9VWSEDANR&HClean$1488
home study. '71 OLDSMOBILE 442 .
Each 100' X 177' Good recreation or 4-Spd., W-30 Inches Headers factory :
SINGER AUTOMATIC ZIG-ZAG permanent living. Located bend In tape, air shocks. $2800. 7650269.1972TRAVELTRAILER 69 VW SEDAN R&H, New paint Special $1403

Sewing Machines, makes buttonholes, River about 80 miles from Jax., Virgin 68 VW SEDAN R&H $1395

fancy designs, blind hems, etc. Forest. Spring River.fed Excellent river empties fishing Into, 46 VW'SEDAN' R&H, New paint ."f :.\ sue
Suwanee '
Responsible party pick up pmts. of $5. scuba divers paradise. Owner 17 ft..Completely contained, 65 VWSEDAN R&H, Good Trans. $750

mo. Rayfields, 6437 Wilson Blvd. sacrificing at $11,00 each. 388-9886. 264-2859 72 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, Fact.Warranty $3195

71 VW DELUXE BUS R&H,Air Cond. $2895
AUTOAIRCOND.SERVICERoom '., ; '
<<: h" w. '("" :}tiiin" 1"9 DATSUN 510 VW DELUXE BUS R&H Extra $2695
71 Clean"
Units, Tyler i
Units, Central
'RENTALS" ,
,, Black bucket .
.. '. Red w-White vinyl top, BUS R&H 'S2357
Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 71 VW DELUXE Special
transmission, radio,
seats, 4-spd. '
Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388.5161. ORANGE PARK heater, 55,000 miles.. $675. Call 387- 70 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, New paint :. $2395

2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dishwasher 2839. 69 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, Extra Sharp $1988

AIR LITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX Drapes, carpets Elizabeth January Automotive, 1643 Cassat Avt. 67 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, New paint $1495

Fabrication In rescreening, window Apts., 771.1465.or 771.3355; 71 VW CAMPER Pop-top, R&H $3395
screens, screen doors, patio & pool
1966 BUICK SKYLARK
VW CAMPER R&H $2495
69 Pop-top,
enclosures, aluminum roofs & car. WILMAR APARTMENTSAir PS, PB, AT, AC PW $650. Call 387-
ports, free estimates. Owned & Conditioned, 2 bedroom. Living 2839 72 VW SQUARE BACK R&H, Fact. Warranty $2495

operated by: Norman T. Abrams, room, Kitchen, Bftstnook, parking. January"Automotive, 1643 Cassat Ave. 71 VW SQUARE BACK R&H,Auto, Extra Sharp < $2295
USN retired,Paul Tlnney 2568 Edison space for 2 cars, water, sewage" 71 VW SQUARE BACK R&H, Auto, Special $1988
Ave., 3841242. garbage, lawn service. percent. '
$120., Unfurnished $100. plus 4 1973 IMPALA CUST.CPE. 69 VW SQUARE BACK R&H, Auto $1895

LIVE CRABS sales tax. 387-2541 weekends,3890744.. Red w Red, Vinyl Top Beige vinyl R&H Extra Clean '$1288

Wllford's Fish Camp Interior V8, AC, PS, AM-FM 71 VW FASTBACK R&H,V-Top, Special $1895

264.9701GARAGE FOR RENT BYOWNER Multiplex Radio AT, Tilt steering 70 VW FASTBACK AM-FM Radio,Auto $1750
White
Townhouse Condominium, wheel, PW. Wire wheel covers
SALE Oceanfront Unfurn., 2BR., & 28., Jax. Bch. Tires, 6,000 miles, Warranty tran- 72 TOYOTA COROLLA Auto, AC, R&H $2095

Frl. & Sat., Mar 2 & 3 only 10.5 P.M. Maximum Security & luxury. Avail. sferable. List price $5587.00, $1417.00 71 PLYMOUTH DUSTER R&H, 11,000 miles $1888

Clothes, toys, furn., pictures, bench- $325. 388.9886. discount Our price$,16O.oo.. Call. 387- 72 CHEVVEGA Extra Sharp $1995

seat for Chevy Van, much more. 1061 2839.
Cassat Avt. .
Anna Ave Orange Park,off Campbell DOCTORS LAKE January Automotlve,1443 Nice Selection of other Model l VW'sWe
toward river. 4BR.'water front CH&A, D-W, w-w

Carpet, $300 a month,4295 Cedar Rd., '61 BUICK SPECIAL gave them'the VW 16-polnt Safety and Performance Inspection.

..!. 264 5973. ,.,.,, Radio Heater AC, Automatic Then we-tuned up tightened,and replaced everything that needed W.
Transmission, needs very little work. And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement Of all
major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on in arid
HOUSE IN CEDAR HILLS Make reasonable offer, 2461088.
NORMANDY ACRES 3BR., m B., $150. per mo. plus $150. ,., double check:
Field. Road
4 miles west of Cecil
Security deposit. AI Seltzner Realty, ENGINE'TRANSMISSION'REAR* AXLEFRONT AXLE
frontage, 2 to 20 Acre tracts. Land is ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL gM'
the best Investment for the future. 396-6627. 1968 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX *

Other tracts available over Southwest NEAR NAS A CECIL Bucket seats, tape deck, AM-FM
APT.
Jacksonville FURN. Pool, $75.00 radio,AC,Tilt steering,etc.$1295.264-
v, Wynne Realty of Florida 2BR., Swimming 771-0348 6779 or work 772-3563 or 3565.
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0. GESCHKE raised her hand for J R,reenlisted for the fifth time at reenlisted at CBU410.

AXC FRANK TOBIAS shippedover SSGT. THOMAS W. ALLEN four more years at NA TTC. the Naval Weather Service _

at FAW-11 for two years took the oath for four more years n -<, ., Facility.
at the 679th Radar Squadron.YNC '
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shipped over for two years at VP. at NATTC, added three years to
AW1 MATHEW MURPHY
16. his 22 years in service. ADJ2 FRANK LAY added four
shipped over at VP-54. CM1 JOHN .D. LEE extendedhis more years at VP-45.

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New 1973 The All NEWSKYLINE

ENGRAVING TOOLTO ELCONA

.II Bedrooms Double
121t.byW ft. WI"7 bedrooms
nd'.mlly Room
$3595
ENGRAVE YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE NUMBER ON
VALUABLE ARTICLES IN YOUR HOME IS AVAILABLE: AT
;: THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:

:: : FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK at LAKE SHORE, 4617 San Juan Ave.

FIVE POINTS GUARANTY. BANK,800 May SL .p.,,VO.tP t '\ r }
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f WESTSIDE ATLANTIC BANK. 4328 Blanding Blvd. .,',

; i JOIN OPERATION IDENTIFICATION AND STOP A THIEF!,
NOW THAT YOU'RE BACK,ARE YOU THINKING
I )or 4 '-'Operation Identification" Is an excellent plan for burglar.prooflng yo'ur home I With an eas -.too OF BUYING A NEW MOBILE HOME?
1 use engraving tool, you can permanently Identify your valuables by engraving them with ,you IF SO,COME TO WHERE THE BEST VALUES ARE.....
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V Florida Driver's License Number. .
...'' Z Fill out the card'you will receive and return It to the' Office of the Sheriff where it will be kept on I COLONY MOBILE HOMES ]| .
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file for Identification purposes. .
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Affix decals (which the Sheriff's'office will send you) to your front and back doors; to warn a 9359 103rd STREET PHONE 771-M7S' '

't I: : : would-be.burglar that your house is protected by Operation Identification.. He probably. will not SPECIALI New 1973 CONCORD, ...
; enter..and you will have STOPPED A THIEFI 3 BR. LOADED -
:, DISHWASHER, etc *. 5965
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I T4;Reres.loo Room For "WasteYears BLONDIE, IT SAYS WERE THAT FLOOD

RELIEF'ALONE COST THE AMERICAN

RED CROSS

before it was fashionable It's also a good idea to occasionally prevent proper cooling. Being a $Z5OOO>, OOO
to be aware of utilities con-
servation, military commanderswere reduces light dust cutout.light bulbs. Dust good manager and using your IN $I972rr MY GOODKJESS / WEVE
time-and rnotion studies
reminding their unit mem- you GOT TO DO OUR PART
of the Need some more can cut down the number of
of practical
bers folly wasteful advice WITH A LARGERCONTRIBUTION
? Here's some for the trips into the refrigerator and
ness. Suddenly, for the civilian cook
is using' an electric thereby keep out the warm 'air.
population, it "awareness range: Use .
time" and fingers are being pans that fit the heating sur TMIS

pointed at the individual, and if face. A pan that's too small Safety often enters into con- a YEAR/ Z,1'

he's married, his household.Some wastes electricity. One that's servation subjects, especially 1 ,
V too big takes longer to heat. All
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when the subject is electricity.
pans should have flat bottoms.
of the veterans of they e
Have
you'checked out the wiring -
harangues from the commander's so the heat goes directly into
where you live? An over-
lectern may feel they're the pan. loaded circuit reduces the efficiency o

heard it all before. But have .For the baker: Every time of electric appliancesand -

they? Or was the talk merelyone you open the oven door you lose could cause a short circuit.If .

long threat and a myth or 20 per cent of your heat, according the main service switch in

two. Remember this one: "Don't to one electric company your home is.rated. at 100 am-

keep turning off the lights. It's .in the Nation's capital. Foods peres or less, there's 'a strong

cheaper to, leave them burning you intend to bake should be possibility that the switches are

because the bulb wears out with put into the oven the momentit's already overloaded, or at leastat i

constant'switching.. pre-heated. You don't haveto full capacity,

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Actually, 'switching has little ing. Icon Feat\lru'Syndicate.lnc.. 1973. _

effect .on'the life of an ordinarybulb. Most new homes being built '- .

It may apply, however, to When cooking vegetables, use today have a main service .

fluorescent lights which lose .as'little water as you can. One switch with a minimum capacityof Help For RVN.,,-Vets,

about three.hours of service life 'cup is plenty for just about any- 150 amperes.

every. time'.they're. turned on thing,,and most foods will cookin .. .'
and off: ':',,: .. much l less.- Use a tight fitting Water conservation 'starts' at President. Nixon has called by law provides opportunities

.. lid to keep heat in the pan. In home.' Repair.that leaky faucet. upon heads of Executive ;Departments for hiring returning veterans,

YOU? :pan'definitely'save money general, you. should cook foodson Keep your water heater thermo and Agencies to aid the President, stated.

on*:buI&V. ib',.' 'buying: the right the lowest possible setting.They'll stat set between 140 and 160 Vietnam veterans-in making the "The Veterans Readjustment
transition back into civilian'life. Appointment was authorized -
bulb for the lamp. Never ex- look better and cost less degrees for normal use. If you
"Education and employmentare in March 1970," accordingto
dishwasher don't wash
ceed the manufacturer's'.recommended to cook. use a .
wattage1pn; partial loads. That goes for their most immediate priorities Mr. Nixon "but we must pur-
light fix
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clothes washers too Partial Mr. Nixon .observed. sue
tures. For proper illumination, While we're still in the kitchen
and electri- a'responsible employer, the Government conceivable approach .including -
waste water
choose lighting by. lumens (light check the loads
refrigerator must continue to use the splitting.of full-time
output) rather than by wattage. freezer gaskets .for air leakage city. every means available to meet jobs."

with a simple paper test. Place the need of those who have
Your dryer is another appli-
SECURITY OFFICERS the paper where you suspect served their country."
leakage and close the door. If it ance that should be used through Veterans granted
F.UlLAND PARTTIMEBe through it's full drying cycle. preference
pulls out easily, your gasket ir MR ACTIONmo"
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.i Jiii{ :. tHe CbfsidltJl I .Ciitb Rt r till f\fAIt:!. itf \\HF (Ike' Aadsd V A.i lS EHEfr f1Hdy ti a daa : fioA
l 1 1ketbdll{ 1bUfBlffi, nt ti b ri !i l f8 btUIE \/ eE 'eiI tiHe! ) i bri Monday VP-ilfcdfflK back: lhtossbl the t btirHahmbomparedtd : O M! AHdersdH: 2i t or ili Iff1tdhdeefld\\ ; ;Jim i
I l ferovldlhri Mlot t blfebod basketballaitibH YI. gdd UH I1H i 'Heh\\d frotri thei JosJ bH kttirda1 t ? t td thti 'H (t tiut tH b It blli r Wc'baj HndS3d br ;
I j atlhg RfigVlFall Uyni: ''tit they h to Id tit lwf tim" baUb d bra! H wljj Ml b v i r VA-iW dhdilihiiriate !it s w H til th bfb bt gaffi i, -lii"id; H1teF
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t' that tabtlftH will end either J l! today gdt{f fyd{ tlHHt gdIHb! .a w Uldtbe bUrhahiohl nbhrBdhheb ; i c1dHbiki yH eIH'euu ;f Air fei U'cht td' this
,' j br t6mbtf& f. J' d Wobdd ad teet hiHiishe'd( ,.3i 8f; W-tfa M!nti W 4 h H61 i Hh t E 1tbw .di week bill \illl be iHfcliided !iri the
: The .double f ellniiliatlbn (toUr helf:!4 t teat tij d tbS:8r\\\ilH\ while J. 1 UHiihii If 2d lorlA- I rbhineforVA11 t tbuHiHf ti t -fap-U iri next t
1 ; nainentsbrtedlastSatufdayartdwill t bvki.v.w"' : tt : l eeit'a IssUc.kitistrbAMfe .
1 bonclude! with. the finals> thiiaftefnooriatj : .vw.4 Si fHiiia the drat e'SHi fit USS ktiii t l (tedft dj BlaH .....
h.fri. eltnifiat t t' dlhilHdtedbri a.ryq.w( rrn .Iwy'Yr. +
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team} ; ffbni th,1bsb1', btatket t when .the*" lost 1M! tdihe'iri US bit j !i8 VP:U tttthm"1
ihould wlh. in thJs case another F'b the!.first Whig frlayed) (i iSill1 b ed 4a ut 1 H }jiH1hv
game will be! held bH Friday at ip.tii y; WUUiitrl HeatH! icbredbffsel ibf f o fibld}i goal hib ttPtbeH i
tot ;:4 bUt t jt W iH't efibugH d id frttllifwiI! i l;Yf bUt t 8'.
iri games t tM,were blayed,last l Smiths :U fcbihU '!andFUller'g t i b IdfibUJili
SdiUrdMyi j VA>8i ,took A 1 4-S5 &LVAi td t btts rl'tJtt'd (fwd
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hiiti,Hi the game with{ JOjxlnFsVP4& ) \ the VA-itl;fi (teiiti. VA-if 4 let 3d-38 aThibst t IH beat bfiheir I :' Vk V a -
won its first t grime ??-&). t { haJUHd fcbuid have woH loss (td % !fiM Satur' 8 V J V
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over the USE FDH teatn1 theled had hbt bieH'' "fbt their dismal Mike tt ll b1 f 1 t't1It.: tea!! VS
FtJR tetiht} l j -3d a't halftihife{ shbwliig<< at the foUi" Uhe. i \ bubenfilgMobleyledtlyekaglesw +'
: but they r allowed VP4i tod.many"' e endthoy had the i h b ; r'L
t : cha'hbejrat.the l foul Ithe !Iri the HhibUht bf Field goals as VA-15 but hit test doUble tJguieS wneri he ;
.. ser bfid half arid the Pellcah hey bblild brily iHkkS bhg ,bf t ii dj :
4 & refcbvered t for the win.' tree throws.) ; VA-iS i HJdtH i't dd 8'e #iV }ltj teaht( t picked l Up 1U(
Coth1 tii! tri hdd 32 }field l goalwheH l, :nUth Jbettefr with bniy two1 bf Hrstwlribf.thb. f !tournament i a1 ndellhilfiated i
i {the final l btbtiottnded: but eight! but! I It. lUriied! but! td be vf-W lUi rif JDUi
VfM had ii bf 22 free throws enodgti i oflhe t win.} wlrt bH Monday i filll Gappa hkd 31andSteve
wHH the rtiil had ilvfe bf t t teri.rtllier Jim Wo sledVA-iS with : Simond t for nVAll-3 2
; bt the USS. rtitt t teaniwa1 LaThy Jacksori had 2d tor V Ail. while! Jdhie* telk had id for VP 'L :
\ !high hian Iri the game" with ai Vp-d +bri thel'etcbfid: gaME t 4 __
i points: Rickey,Pniett had 23 I arid Silfid1 j whefi .W 1 J had. toU1 VP'bo4mfe the llrst l three
y JahieS telk) 22 for-VlMl;. tt butte ifid.ft i( 14-bdi ,Vpt8 UmB winner".. : bt the 1 tbtirriahieht, .
VP-3 bicked 110 i I lbi>?4 wlribvef ilVMVf-iJithaiic! i a{ Ihejlne! ., ......,.,..... ,.
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Beatdeh sbored: 24 bf ht* z12 bhly eight i tHcs ahd made ik.; 1'4 VYiYIHHHJ : i iuifcttbiU tbiifiiiffitiit J l Uil iv eekefid 1H a gaM tHit I" VAcibght .
his points iri the i second'half tjd tuff' boh Ahde t ori had U ihtl lot Itiwiiflk SUlH 1 Hjfs .J JWtl 8! der5e with M If fti! j ,Hd. ItU !ii{.Vt-24( iieF t s Ifylig id
I, team td ritt &. Ail- the wl iM iehi tihd Latty'Mslei had cio the kall J jiiit tort the giid bl ihi tirit hil/.
de 'bH .kit t.VP- .ahead Iri the 2tl t 1OF ,Vf-lB i Befohe ,1 fotiilttg but Lust. !
fltttMJf) with 2d.bl hid X boifa .' V A:81 added thehiselvei td the blrlLk i ti Aits, .
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t Bbtig !Shepard d l tI 11; 1 iy1b'ee VPA CLkANtitUNKS 4G \ "
; 'Jack Ah'deBori scored Id BiritbabHfibffaelthe t 1etba ,a yfid; t High l marl Iri M >rltA tittANditf.'i 41 Ji35WJttttt'S H BEN Ct1tAAitJ :
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JAX AIR .NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 17


' Splitmakers Lead By Five Intramural Bowling Standings -f J


After Splitting With AFERS ATLANTIC LEAGUE COMMISSARY STORE 9 7 :
W L ADCOP 9 ,. 7 -??
-- -- .NARJAXNo.l 16 4 POP TOPS 8 :8.
Jax Only one match between their match, but when it was allover was a split. FIC CPO No.1 13 7 EAGLES No.1 \ .,6 10. )
Pacific League bowling teams the Pin Busters had won Other Atlantic League action FASOTG 12'"': 8 ADPERS ,) 6', 10 3
took place last week due to a three and the Leprechauns were saw Curtis Kimbrough roll a 204 LIFERS 't1'\ 9 CHIEFS 6 10
three day weekend that three games behind. to enable his NarJax No. 2 teamto VP.45CPOs 10'"., 10 UNCOLAS :." 4 12 ,/
prevented their regular Monday The Chasers doubled their sweep four from the Busch BUSCH BUDS 10 10 CHAMECHS'' 4' 12 ':
night matches. number of wins for the season Buds;DonaldBrown roll a 220 as GOOD AND BAD 10. 10 : '
The one match was rolled as a when they played the his PACIFIC LEAGUE s
Super Stars VP-16 CPO team split with the FIC CPO No.2 9 11
makeup later in the week and it last week. The Chasers won four Trippers; the VP-45 CPO team CAG-20 8' 12 "W: L
was an important one. The first to bring their record to 8.12 while take three from the Lifers and NARJAX No.2. '7 13 SPLITMAKERS .17 r! '. 3
place Splitmakers met the second the Super Stars turned into CAG-20 take three from the VP-16 CPOS 7 13 AFEES ..12. ,:,. : 8
place AFEES team and both falling stars with a 0-20 record. FICEUR CPO No. 2 team. TRIPPERS 7 13 BEAN BURNERS 1 : 5 .
teams ended up with two wins Richard Drum was the hot man National League WALLBANGERS 10' 6
apiece. The split left AFEES five for the Chasers with games of 204 The Commodores maintained FUBARS 8'S
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games behind the league leaders. and 210 and a 577 set. their top spot in the National CONTINENTAL LEAGUE VP-45 No.1. 8 8 ;
Romeo Manuel and Alfredo Also in the Continental League League last week inspite of some '.W' L GUTI'ERRATS 8,8 ,
'
Gutierrez had the hottest scores"for Help took three from the Marine fine scores rolled by the Flap Jax PIN BUSTERS 17 3 BATMEN '7 9 ".
both teams when they each Barracks, the Eagle No. 3 team team. LEPRECHAUNS 14 6 NUBS 7 9 'J
rolled a 214 for the Splitmakers. took four from the Boozers, the George Norcross rolled Barnes HAWKS 13 7 WOXOFS 6 10
Continental League Eagle No. 2 team split with the of 203,200 and 196 for a 599 set and HELP ,13 7 CHERRY PICKERS 4 12
The 'Continental League also Hawks and the Grouches took Leapline rolled a ''216 game for GROUCHES 12 8 MARTD 2 10
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saw its top two teams clash last three from Hospital. Flap Jax but the Commodoresstill HOSPITAL 11 9 NATIONAL LEAGUE
week. Only one game separatedthe Atlantic League won three when George EAGLES No 2 10 10 ; W L
Pin Busters and the FASOTG had a chance to pick Carper rolled a 229 and Dearing MARINE BKS 8 12 COMMODORES ..;17 3 .
leprechauns when they went intoJax up some ground on the Atlantic rolled a 201. CHASERS GEM 11 5
League leading NarJax No. 1 James Freeman rolled a 216 BOOZERS 7 13 FICEUR "5" '9% 6/
Greatest team last week but could only game as his team rolled to a four EAGLES No.3 7 13 WIPEOUT 9 7
s SUPER STARS
a split to remain four 0 20 RADAR 17
manage game sweep over NAMTD. In the 8 8
FO RNITU REValues games behind the leaders.James process GEM moved into second TOP FIVE 7/ 81f.r
Lukewich rolled a 209 to help place in the league. FLAP JAX 7 9'
FASOTG manage a split. AMERICAN LEAGUE RAT PACK 4 ,';r ," f ;'7'.t. .'9
The FICEUR CPO No. 1 team The FICEUR "5" team moved W L SIX PACK 7 i L..t :9'
WHOLESALEPRICE ,
also missed a chance to gain into third place in the league HURRICANES 13 3 WOMEN'S LIB 6' '10
to EVERYONE some ground on NarJax No. 1 when Richard Moore rolled a 201 TRAILBLAZERS 12 4 NAMTD 6 10
when all they could manage and his team swept four from the LATE CHARGERS 10 6 PELICANS 5 7
against the Good and Bad team Busch Leaguers. BEES 9 ..-7 BUSCH LEAGUERS '5 11 ,
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.Communlcatiions. 45 -59 how tiny Al uoyies naa been
Medical 44tt -59V4 blown off the 1st tee in a playoff

I : CECIL SPORTS + The Fall ))3Os 5 43V4 -60% match where the winds reachedat
AIMD No.2 36th -67V4 least 25 knots Al had the
last laugh: On the 156 yard 15th
by DTC J. D. Brewstet Jfl ,
GOLF hole, Boyles used a 5 iron to
1- -- The NAS Jax Southeast record his 1st ace. AI now
BASKETBALL Wood (17), Gill ((14)), Barlow ((13)) Dick Hanson ((546, 193-182-171)); Military Golf Tournament will be qualifies for the Hole-In-One
VA-87 remained undefeatedwith and Godbey (11) all hit in double Romeo Malana ((543,227 and 501, held at NAS,Jax 7-8-9 March and trophy presented golfers
a 85 14 rout of Medical. figures for the winners; however, 177-172)); Bob Johnson ((543, 199- will attract a field of 130 players
Appleton scored 25 points, J. McGee of AIMD easily took the 192)); Angelito David (540, 185- from military Installations recording au < by BUPERS. Our
Brooks 24 and W. Johnson 20 for evenings scoring honors with a 35 180-175)); Dave Silver (539, 187- throughout the Southeast U. S. congratulation! \1.
VA-87. Iser was high for Medical point effort. Mac hit on 16 shots 181-171)); Frenchy Eschete ((537, The tourney will consist of 54
with 4 whole points. from the field, and 3 from the 206-179)); Dick Maffett ((536, 180- holes. Players representing Cecil SOFTBALL UMPIRTO CLINIC
VA-174 held off a determined charity stripe. 179-177)); Ken Sweargin ((535, 205-() Field are Jim Beasley, VA-45, AI Personnel interested in umpiring '
VA-66 squad's bid for an upset by VA-45 bested a cold shooting 176); Don Meyers ((532, 188174170 Boyles,AIMD,Randy Galnes.VA72 this season are requestedto
taking a narrow 51-47 win. L. VA-87 "0"squad 34 24. It took 6 and 502,179-1750; John Nagel ,Tim Ziemann.VA-72 and Mark contact CPO Buck Wurster''at
Jackson had 14 points and J. J. minutes of the 1st quarter before ((531, 198-180 and 511, 193-191); Duffy, VA-174. extension 567. The first clinic will
Wilson 13 for the "Hellrazors" the O's tallied their initial points, Bill Moats ((530208)Skip) Brown- convene at 1100,13 March at the
Terrell was top point man for VA- and 6% minutes of the 2nd 1st 500 set ever (518, 189-185)) About two years ago we relatedLATWING station gym.
66 with 17. VA-174 enjoyed a ten quarter to score. The O's scored Chuck Roberts (515, 187-174 and
point halftime advantage.VA45 but 5 points during the entire 1st 514-197)); Henry Stopinski ((506- Dining InStanding
slammed Medical-33. half. Pete Barr had 14 points for 211); Albon Sonnentag ((508-
Chick from VA-45 entered the 25 the victors, while Sundance 200)); Steve Azcueta (507-193));
point club for the 1st time this Harrison led the O's with 111. Tom Gillmore ((507, 188-1760;
season with a 25, point effort, VA-66 took a close 50.47 win George Lent (506-178)( ); Vernon
while teammates Davis and Barr over AIMD. The VA-66 scoring Cook ((502,179-170)); Larry Ppool ..
contributed 12 each in the win. binge was triggered by Terrels 21 (502-186)( ); George MacLeod ((501- k ,
Medical's Bultman proved nearly points, Walton's 15 and Mc- 190)); Paul Conaway ((501and) R
.,. unstopable with a 23 point output. Millian's 10. McGee tallied 19 and Bill Martin ((501 191-177)). Steve
The Marines surprised VA-12, Melorum 16 for AIMD. Zeimet rolled a 216 game and
3630. Big John Mills pumped in BOWLINGCONATIONAL Ellard Pritchard a 204.

16 for theMarines.V .Hunter- 'had 10- LEAGUE :. Standings:
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OPS-NAMTD 43 VA-12, 30. The quietly moved into the 2nd slot by BOQ 6440
OPS-NAMTD squad handed VA- Vt game. With the final night of CPO's 63% -40%
12 their 2nd consecutive loss. 'bowling scheduled next week, Marines 6242
Ageless Ray'Bathurst paced the only 3 games separate the top 5 AIMD '61 -43
winners with 11 counters, while teams. High series: Walt Ball VA-45 61 -43
teammate Smith had 10. ((60S,210-204-191 and 506,179-1750; NWSED 55% -48%
Woodard chipped in with 12 for Bob Locke ((573, 214-180-179)); Admin 5054 .6
VA12. Dale Howard ((507, 208-193 and Weapons 4954 u
VA-16 also remained un- '514-197); Bob Samu ((567, 200- fcpecialbervices 49 -55 : %
defeated, downing AIMD 77 57. 199)); Ray Proctor ((564, 214-184)); CLAW-1 45 -59 _

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The Jax Navy Power Boat Club is planning a vitational Golf Tour- NATTC 10. v 6

one day trip Palatka on Saturday, March 3. The group nament will be getting NAS Cecil Field, NAS VP-45 NDRC 7.9 7

will visit the Azalea Festival, then watch the boat races. underway at the NAS Jax Jacksonville, Robbins MARTD 7., 1"" '" 11 7 ,
Anyone interested in going along is welcome. For ad- Golf Course next week AFB, NS Mayport, MCAS MARINE BKS 5. .",::tJ,, 7.
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to improve their runner-up Rucker, NS Charleston,
periods. For further information
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,, Bearden Scores 63 '

BASKETBALL ,.
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STANDINGSAMERICAN Against Public WorksJaxBrady

LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE

WON LOST WON LOST Dusa added 10 put on a spectacular one man
and Ron
VP-45 12 0 HAWKS' 13 1 Bearden hit for a Anderson shooting exhibition that added
their up
MEDICAL. 10 2 VP-5 13 3 total of 63 points in one game and points each on the way to
VP-16 9 4 COMMUNICATIONS 12 4 averaged 50 points a game for twelfth win of the season. to 63 points in his team's 122-62
NDRC 8 4 HOSPITAL 8 6 three games as he lead his VP-5 win. His totals included 31 field
VP-24 7 5 PUBLIC WORKS 7 8' team to three wins in the National Al Davis scored 12, John
MATSG '! 5c'' 7 NARJAX 6 7 basketball league last week. Troupe 10 and Bryant Fuller 10 goals and only one free throw.

VW-4 5' 8 MARINE BKS 3 11 The Mad Foxes first' win of the for a Hospital team that couldn't Don Anderson gave him an oc-

FICEUR 4 8 MARTD 2 12 week came 86-71 over NATTC. seem to find the hoop. They
cassional breather with his
AIR OPS 3' 9 NATTC 1 13 Bearden connected on 19 field connected on only four of 14 free 22
points.
goals and sank 10 of 14 free throw throws during: the game.
attempts to start the week off
Two Bearden saved his best effort of Kevin Gordon scored 21 and
VP-16 Wins with a 48 point performance.James
Gilley scored 17 of his 26 the week for last when VP-5 met Harold Jennings 15 for Public

points and James Mette scored 16 the Public Works team. Bearden Works.

With 230 PointsJaxThe of his 25 in a' second half effort
that failed to bring NATTC within Hospital Drops MARTDJaxJames I
even striking distance of the Mad
points VP-16 outscored them 120-
VP-16 basketballteam Foxes. Kaelin scored 30 Foul trouble proved to be the
won two games last week 104.Shepard hit for 21 points in this VP-5 followed this win with a points to lead the Hospital teamto downfall of MARTD as they had
and rolled total of 230 points 71-52 decision Hospital.
a over
up game, but that was only good for four men foul out and allowed I
'+' .enroute. third highest on his team and Bearden was again the leader, a 70-50 win over MARTD last Hospital 18 of 29 attempts at the
Five Eagles hit for double fifth highest in the game as this time with 39 points. Don week foul line.
figures in their first win, which
everyone seemed to have a hot .. .
came 110-63> over FICEUR Doug '.-' -
hand. Dennis Mobley was high NDRC Wins iN'

Shepard led with,27 points, Jack for the Eagles with 34 points and ". ,,. .. ,.. ." -w'i I'
Anderson had 18, Dennis Mobley '
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Jack Anderson added 23. Foul LineJax
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Even though they lost, Air Ops
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Jax-The Hawks won their 23, Ellis Cooper 20, Rester Bryan the end this proved to be the HRS; MonSat10am9pm. PH.388-5289..

thirteenth game of the season 13 and Joseph Ruggiero 12. difference as both teams had 36 : ,
with a 104-78 decision over Communications also had a field goals apiece. \ijr:
Communications week. balanced attack with John Bruce Dauer had 28, Howard

Both teams had troubles with Schuetz hitting for 22, Dennis Poole 19 and Terry Erikson 18 for ..

fouls in this game.! Two men from Carignan 20, Ron Schindel 17 and NDRC Alan Parker had 28 and "
each team sat out the closing Jeff Hergenrother 10. Steve Scheper 16 for VW-4.
./ minutes of the game with five

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18 of 37 attempts finding the

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