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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 8, 1973
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 30 NO. 49 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Statlr,acksonvllle, FlorIda MARCH 8, 1973? \ :




I 1- Adm.. Zumwalt Slated" for Jax Visit # .. # it itf I

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Admiral E. Zumwalt, Jr., Chief of Naval Operations scheduled to arrivaheieat -P 1 ,

5 p.m. tonight. Accompanying him will be his wife,_Mouza. f\f'j! ,_


The Admiral's visit will Tonight's schedule for King Hall, Building 563, : .: J
consist of interviews with the Admiral will consist ofa NAS Jax. 1.*' I .,.-

Officer and enlisted No-Host staff dinner at The next stop for the ',' .'
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personnel. During the, the Officer's Club. This Navy's senior officer and; :

interviews, personnel will will be by invitation only.Tomorrow's his group will be the \ f
fir's have the chance to "toss"questions activitieswill Station Theater, Building :

at 'random for start at 8:25 when he 612 at 10:45 a.m. Officers,
the Admiral to answer. will meet with NAS Jax commander and below will

This is a typical type interview and NAS Cecil Chief Petty )have the chance to ,

f + session which the Officers at the NAS CPO "stump" the Admiral with

t Admiral .is noted for Club. This meeting will their questions. J

throughout the Navy. include Chiefs from After his session with the ,

Admiral Zumwalt's last tennant commands.At officersthe CNOwill hold a
visit to the ,Jacksonville 9:45: a.m. Admiral brief conferencewith
press
area'was last October for Zumwalt and his party will the local media
news ,
f the Navy League Ball, in meet with NAS Jax and after which time there will

-\ connection with Navy Day NAS Cecil enlisted per- be a No-host luncheon

1972. sonnel (E-6 and below) at meeting for Commanding

. '.'',,:-'.tIlL' Officers Executive Of-
1 i't' :" l VP5 Leaves For SpainJaxThe ... ficers and Officers-in-

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-. Charge of all Commands
, Mad Foxes of VP-5 August. During that deploymentVP5
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departed their home station here at NAS Jax, NAS Cecil, :
.. Ji' set new standards in antisubmarine *
... ': Friday for another tour: in the warfare in the Med, NAVSTA Mayport' ando
:tdecnterr: an. Go\DB.tQ\ the, Med J with, 'the."Foxes" $her Jacksonville' : area :

f'1..,. ; ..., .' ',This,trip t9 tots and Lajes will l J. }Is an eleven. ,year,-96,000hour ,commands; The ,luncheon swill t.J
't Good News For Campers mark' the squadron's! :fourth. accident free, .flying're ofd.. be held! in the NAS_ Jax "
deployment in as many, years.in, Commanding the' squadron 'is Officers Club.After .* '
support the_Sixth.Fleet.. Cmdr. Frank L. Woodlief.. ;:He > ,
.. Jax-U you do a lot of camping recreation:areas. Simply stated assumed command of the the luncheon the
or just traveling around possiblyyou you can obtain'this "Pass" freeor Fresh in, the memories of the squadron in January and is the Chief of Naval Operationswill
need, a Golden Eagle or for $10. squadron's personnel are the first Naval Flight Officer (non.
..- 'Golden Age Passport. The Golden Age Passport also experiences of a five month pilot flying officer) to assume travel to Mayport for
First off, the Passports are entitles the bearer to utilize deployment to Sigonella, Sicily command of an aviaition patrol the same type questionand
wallet size, calendar year per- special 'recreation_ facilities which they completed last squadron in the Navy. answer sessions. :
mits which entitle the bearer,and within those areas at a rate of 50
'. any person accompanying him In per cent of the established_ daily Aviation Detailer The Admiral- and his.
a single, private, noncommercial use fee. party scheduled to leave .
vehicle, to general admission to The Golden Eagle Passport the Jacksonville area at 5 <
designated units of the National shall be available to any person Scheduled March 1923stations. p.m. Friday. ,I,
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Park System and national upon payment of a $10 fee. The ,: "
Golden Age Passport shall beissue4
Blood, Unit without charge to any ',The Aviation LCDR and Junior Education N.R. '. ;
person? 62 years of age or older Officer Detail section will visit The presentation for the wives
Here who applies for the permit. Such NAS Jax March 1923. will be in the Officers Club at 7 Loan ExpiresMarch
WednesdayJax
: persons must present suitable The purpose of this visit is to p.m. on' March 22.
: identification attesting to their contact the maximum number of For additional information seeCOMFAIRJAX.coMFAlRDJAX 15 .
The Jacksonville Blood must execute an officers in informal
age, or they preferably an *
Bank's mobile unit will be In affidavit declaring that they are in unit Notice 5050 of Feb. 23. -Jax-The deadline for Navy
atmosphere
Ward "A", Jax Dispensary 62 or older. Relief Educational loans for
age for presentationsand
,
March 14.Civilian. The Post Office aboard the spaces discussions.group dependent sons and daughters of
employees who wish to station does have these passes Red Cross Navy and Marine Corps per- ,
contribute are asked to donate available. They can be obtained Topics to be covered include sonnel March 15. .
between 8 and 11:15 a.m. through ,all First and Second officer assignment procedures, Classes HereJax These loans are interest-free jj
The mobile unit will be for fitness report interpretation,
open Class Post Offices. and in amounts of up to $1250 -'
military personnel from 11:15: rotation plan management,
each for post high school
Interviews for the Red year f
: aviation
a.m. to 3 promotion opportunity,
p.m. ShowRescheduled 1
TV
education or training.
,command selection, augmentation Cross Adult Volunteer Course
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education ,. will be held at the Red Cross Repayment is by the student,
preference card submission programs, and Office, in the Navy Hospital, on' commencing six months after
t ThanksJaxMembers proposals currently under consideration Thursday and Friday, March-22, leaving school. Completed ap-
Jax-Your eyes didn't deceive which would directly 23.Please call 772-2218 or 772-2219 plications must be received at
. of the you last week if you were glued to affect officer personnel.Also for an appointment.The Navy Relief Headquarters in
Virginia by the 15th.
your television set awaiting' the Arlington
Long Range Patrol Air- Channel 4 production "30 Below", during the team's visit apresentation class will be held Mon-FrL, Necessary'' applications can be
. craft Project, of Ottawa, will be from to obtained from:' DIRECTOR
Especially if you were waiting to for wives Mar. 26-30, 8:45: a.m.
Ontario wished to extend a see Cdr. Woodlief, VP-5 CO and conducted. The topics,duscussed 12:30: p.m. Volunteers are neededfor EDUCATIONAL FUND, Navy
',. great big "Well Done" for LCdr. Clark from VW-4. It wasn'ton 'are similar to those covered inthe clinic duty personnel services Relief'Society-801 N. RandolphSt.
all who participated in the TV.The show was preempted.The command briefings. < recreation, etc. ., Arlington}ATA. 22203., ,
many presentations given which will Due to the short time
them during their stay at feature program human relations and This presentation for the wives Registered Nurse volunteersare remaining, it is. suggested that
Jax., Feb. 1416. minority affairs in the Navy, Is has been most favorably receivedin needed to teach mother and applications be requested :;' byI.
t They Say THANKS! rescheduled for tomorrow nightat the past, but attendance has baby care classes as well as for telephone. The ,number is ((202) ..
8 p.m. been occasionally low at certain clinic and ward work. 6924905.

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Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered June Peas Ham, Creamed Dried Beef, Pastry
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Grilled French Toast Maple Syrup, Cookies. Potatoes, Baked Pork & Beans, Pastry SANDWICH LINE : Chili Dogs,
Choice of Ham or Bacon, Home Fried SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped
Potatoes, Creamed Dried Beef, Chilled or Cheeseburgers, French Bar.BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Hot Roast Pork Onions, Dessert Bar. Sunday
Apple Juice Pastry Bar. Fried Potatoes, Sliced Tomatoes, Sandwiches: French Fried Potatoes, SUPPER: Spaghetti w.Italian Meat Divine Worship 8:30 a.m.
DINNER: Oyster Stew, Deep Fat Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles, Brown Gravy Chilled Applesauce, Sauce & Meatballs, Pizza Pie. Garlic at All Saints Chapel.
Fried Fish or Baked Meat Loaf, Tartar Mustard, Catsup, Salad Dressing, Salad Bar, Lemon Layer Cake Bread, Parmesan Cheese, Broccoli Church School 9:30: a.m.
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Barbecue Sauce, Mashed Potatoes, Wednesday,March 14 Junior Youth Fellowship
Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Carrots BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal, Fried 12:30 Senior Youth
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SundayMarch 11 Luncheon Meat or Grilled Bologna,
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The JAX AIR NEWS It I a Civilian Newspaper BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal,. Fried Chilled Pineapple Juice, Pastry Bar.
Eggs to Order, Grilled' Hot Cakes w- DINNER: Vegetable Soup, Island
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Ham, Baked Ham, Pineapple Sauce, Senior Choir Tuesday Rehearsal 7
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Cottage Fried Potatoes, Chilled Hawaiian Sweet Potatoes Ap p.m. at Bldg 750 and
private firm. A II Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Tomato Juice, Pastry Bar. plesauce, Seasoned Green Beans, Christian Science Service
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, HAS BRUNCH: at 10( a.m. Cream of Salad Bar, Pumpkin Pie p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Potato Grilled ,
Soup Hamburgers SANDWICH LINE: Shipwreck
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News French Fried Potatoes, Baked Pork & Sandwiches, French Fried Potatoes, NAVAL HOSPITAL
Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 Beans, Salad Bar, Boston Cream Pie, Tartar Sauce.Relish Tray, Salad Bar, Divine Worship lOa.m. at
or 11 U. Oatmeal Cookies. Dessert Bar.SUPPER St. Lukes.
SUPPER Roast Fresh Ham, Brown : Beef Sukiyaki or Fried
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Gravy,Whipped Potatoes, Applesauce, Liver & Onions, Steamed Rice, Brown NATTCProtestant
t"' available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to Boiled Navy Beans, Buttered Mixed Gravy, Pickled Beets, Buttered June Worship
.' national the Vegetables, Salad Bar, Oatmeal Peas, Salad Bar, Yellow Cake,
race creed, color, origin or tex of purchaser, Service' 10:30 a.m. In
Cookies, Boston Cream Pie.
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Syrup, Choice of Pork Sausage or Order, Grilled Pineapple Hot Cakes w. St. Edward's Chapel.
Advertisements solicited the and queries Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork & Beans, Maple Choice
r' are by publisher Syrup of Ham or Bacon, Sunday Mass I ..m. and 11
;: concerning such should be directed tock Chilled Orange Juice, Pastry Bar. Baked Pork & Beans, Pastry Bar, a.m. Dally Mass-Monday,
I trl DINNER Navy Bean Soup, Yankee DINNERt Tomato Rice Soup, Tuesday, Thursday andFrlday.11
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Pot Roast of Beef, Natural Gravy, Grilled Choice Steak, French Fried :30 a.m. Wednesday .
Grilled Potato Patties, Buttered Potatoes, Club Spinach, Brown Gravy, at
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Here Mar 9-26 .
: 178 Years Of Existiance :
Jax-All naval officers at NAS f

Jax and Cecil Field are invited to :
> Jax Friday, Feb. 23 the offered them a 'continuedsuccess"
Jacksonville Area Supply Corps in the coming years. a join in hosting the officers of the
Officers celebrated the 178th During the ceremony Capt. W. NATO Standing Naval Forces,
Anniversary of the Navy Supply G. Sizemore, C.O., NAS Jax \ Atlantic at the Mayport Officers'
Corps.More than 150 people were presented Mr. F. Ray Forrest, Club at 6 p.m. tomorrow.. ,'
on hand for the celebration. the Planning Director for JAX The Standing NATO Forces, 1
Atlantic consists of ships from
,"Capt. R. C. O'Loughlin, NAS Supply Depart., the National Countries who belong to NATO. .
Jax Supply Officer acted as Civil Service Service League Career I The ships wilt'b.e in the Mayport- .
, Master of Ceremonies. Capt. Award. Forrest has Jacksonville ar1 e.-for leave and
F :;.,-., :. O'Loughlin and RAdm. E. A. worked for the Navy 31 years. liberty from March 9-26. t t.
J.r '.: Grinstead, Director of Material Also attending the celebrationwas ,
{. Division, Office of Chief of Naval RAdm. and Mrs. Robert H. How ,to Get A Job. '

r t:, .. ? .Operations, presented RAdm. Spiro, President of Jacksonville :: t ,
I('I" ., : Lawrence Geis, COMFAIRJAX, University and the only active
-, Jax-The NAS Jacksonville}
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C/o,.. : certificate him : ,
a making an Reserve Flag Officer in the w
Transition Id'
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,.:: : honorary Supply Corps Flag Jacksonville Area. i A i
Officer with Florida.J nlor College, will |
. ,; The traditional "first cut" on a # conduct a course on "How to Get :{. j ja
:' Admiral Geis spoke briefly, the cake was done ,by the Junior Job", March 19-23, 'from i..
citing the long distinguished Supply Corps Officer present, Lt p.m.. Cost of 'enrollment is $2. '1;
" CAKE CUTTING Lt. (|lg) T. F. Higgins (left) and RAdm. E. A. Interested personnel should
history. of the Supply Corps and (jg) T. F. Higgins. :.
Grinstead cut official first slice. Looking on are (Jl-r): RAdm. Gels contact the Transition Site Office
Capt. Sizemore, RAdm. Spiro, Jr. and Capt. O'Loughlin.' at 772-3272 enroll.
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Captain D.F. Mow, USN (L)
Commander Light Attack Wing
ONE congratulates AOCS HaganS. .
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1I 1 Morrison, USN, upon the occasion -, ,
of his reenlistment for
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TWO years. Assigned to the \ \ '-
CLAW-1 Conventional Weapons '-
School, Chief Morrison will have
26 years of active Naval service
upon the completion of the two
year term.
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I a recent ceremony in the Attack Squadron,,Forty-Six ready room
;;, aboard USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CVA-67), Aviation Structrual
I Mechanic Egress Second Class Jack Edwin May received a Letter of
;, Commendation from CDR F. W. Lawler, Air Wing Commander of
; Attack Carrier Air Wing ONE. Petty Officer May was commended for
i his outstanding leadership and professional performance while serving
f as supervisor of the Aviation Survival Equiptment ,Branch of ,
Attack Squadron Forty-Six while embarked from 1 December 1971 to 6
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October 1972. '
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Open for your convenience 6 am.10 p.m.
ADJ1 David W. Halsey of At-
D PICKUP & DELIVERY tack Squadron Forty-Five II
O ROAD SERVICED AMH1 Ray Morris Caldwellwas reenlisted on 5 February 1973 for
MECHANIC ON DUTY recently sworn in for an an additional FOUR years active
additional FOUR years which duty putting him on his way
Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS will give him a total of 20 years of toward 20 years in the Navy. CDR

: : ::::::::::::::: : : :: :::: : : :;:': :: : ; ::::'o- active service with 16 years J.M. Gilmore presided over the
; BOB'S OAK HILL; t accounted, for prior to this occasion ceremony a
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:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::::::::::::::::: :::::::::: DR. EDWIN N. ANGUAS,
103rd&Jammes Road Phone 771.9156
OPTOMETRISTannounces


his separation from the Navy
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I 1279 Kingsley Avenue,Suite 106,Orange Park
e Phone:264.5483,284.5111ATTENTION




On 14 February 1973 TD1
Draughon from FASO reenlistedfor
FOUR years in the USN.

Since1885HAVERTY'S r------------,

NAVY PERSONNELWhen I I I I PHONE 381.8535 I II I II I II

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Our specialty is placing applicants in I I
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your husband is stationed in Jacksonville ESTATES

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tailored to your specific needs and desires. HEIGHTS
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-The following is a reportof Going through stop sign 2
motor vehicle accidents and Other Violations 25
Jax The Civilian Cafeteria is Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cottage Gravy, F. F. Potatoes, Stewed traffic violations
for the period of Twenty-Six drivers appeared
located at Bldg. 2 on the Cheese, Bean Salad and Potato Tomatoes, Lima Bean's and Feb.'
1925. before the Traffic Hearing Board
southeast
corner of Yorktownand Salad. Beans.
String '
Number of Accidents on March 1. Disposition of the
Ranger. All military and Strawberry Short Cake, Apple Combination Tossed Salad,
This week Included the
6 cases following
:
civilian personnel and their Pie, Choc. Cream Pie and Asst. Fruit Cup, Cheese Salad Bowl,
This week Six lost and
a year ago 5 driving parking ;
guests are invited to use the Puddings. Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain '
Total accidents
this year 77 privileges aboard the station for
facility. Friday, March 16 Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cottage
Total accidents
through this various periods; five were
Breakfast is served from Clam Chowder Trout
6-8 Cheese, Cole Slaw and Banana
period last year 57 assigned to _complete an eight-
and lunch is with 1
a.m. served from 11 Almondine, Stuffed Peppers Salad.
Total number of days since last hour course in remedial: driving; ,
a.m. to 1 Creole Sauce Beef and Pork
p.m. ,
injury in a motor vehicle accident twenty-four received I
This week's menu is as follows: Chops Suey with Rice orChoice Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple suspen-
3 sions; one was given a warning;
Pie Peach Shortcake and Asst.
Monday,March 12 SirloinChicken Fried Steaks. ,
Number of days since an injury none were dismissed; two were J
Vegetable, Soup, Baked Meat Mashed Potatoes, Rice' and Puddings.
last year at this,time 3 fined (U.S. Magistrate); and
Loaf with Creole Sauce, Franks seventeen were referred to

with Potato Salad, Pork Cutlets Number of Violations commanding officers for possible
with Apples or Choice Sirloin, This week 36 disciplinary action.Twentyfive "

Fish. Speeding 9 drivers were.
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and 6 Reckless driving 0 assessed 63 traffic points. .
Gravy, F.F. Potatoes, Squash,
Peas and Spinach.Combination .

Tossed Salad, b4i11 4
Fruit Cup, Salad Bowl, Plain WANT ADS WORK WONDERS !

Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage :;

Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese,
Carrot and Raisin, and Beet and
Onion. :::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-=::::::;::::::.

Peach Pie, Apple Pie, Boston .; MAVIS RUSSELL
Cream Pie and Asst. Pudding. ;
'I -t-- at the piano bar

Tuesday,March 13
Bean Soup, Pan Roast Beef ; BUD FRETWELL

with New Potatoes, Barbeque -- ENTERTAINMENT NITELY
Buns. Chicken with Dumplin' NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL-SD1 Charles Murray was
Choice,Sirloin, Fish. presented the Medal for his superior performance of duties while he ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

Mashed Potatoes, Rice and was Career Counselor and TrainingPetty Officer of the BOQ Division,
Gravy, F. F. Potatoes, NAS Key West.The citation was based on his efforts/ during the periodof FOR SPECIALRATES SERVICEMEN $6.00 double per occupancy person '
Blackeye Peas, Turnip Greens, January 1971 thru October 1972. Murray is presently attached to the
Entertainment Quarterdeck & Dine at Biser's Seafood
Nitely Lounge
and Corn. Florida Junior College under the ADCOP Program.
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
Combination Tossed Salad, Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking. "
Fruit Cup, Salad Bowl, Plain
Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, :..............................:.:.: ::::::::::::.::::::::::::::ii!: OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ZLE
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Waldorf Salad and CucumberMix.
Snacks Beer Cocktails
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Almond Cream Pie, Apple Pie, y:}::: prospective and their members :: ,;j EntertainmentDance 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 .
ancS I
German .Chocolate Cake and
AssU; Pudding. :::: to reinvited attend\ the ;>:::2>1 Qt', to the Music of Within walking distance to all points of Interest.WESTSIDE f

Wednesday March 14 DANCEMARCHlOth BILL & BRENDA

Cream of.Chicken Soup, Fried :::: :::: 7 I r ANDTHE
Chicken, Veg. Beef .Stew with :::: 'OOAM) :::' ( COUNTRY PARTNERS

Rice,Liver with Onions or Choice .,::;'i.-:(9P.:.:.!.::::_'::::.:..:.:..:..:....................:..:..:..!-' 2.ZI I FREE DOOR AT 12:30:PRIZE TOYOTA 1 I INC.
Sirloin,Fish.Mashed : -
Potatoes, Rice and -.i FLEET RESERVE CLUB OF JAX, INC JACKSiDNVlLLE'SNti.lQUAUTyORIENTED 1

Gravy or F. F. Potatoes. Okra 5391 COLLINS ROAD
Tomatoes, Field Peas and I I SMALL CAR DEALER
String Beans.
Combination Tossed Salad,
CORONA 4 DR.
i 1973
Fruit Cup, Cheese Salad Bowl,
.51998 P.O.E.
Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain $50.000LIFE $2436 M*

Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cottage 1973 COROLLA
Cheese, Tuna Salad, Jelled 'INSURANCE ( %\ _" .,. UP TO 30 MILES PER 6AU (973 CELICA

Health Salad. UNDER AGE. 35MILITARY ... ,.
,:--." :';."' :;:<. :;::;: : ;:;; ;;::: : :':::::':'::r'ENETIA ./ $2898 ME.
Egg Custard, Apple Pie, Coconut
Layer Cake and Asst. Puddings. erthan Family Coverage

Thursday, March 15 CheSEGLI 3 extra m

Tomato Soup, Roast Turkey,
with Dressing. Chopped Swiss
Steaks with Onion Gravy, BENEFIT ASSOCIATION BUY NOW -

Macaroni with Meat Sauce or UNDERWRITTEN BY
Choice Sirloin Fish Cakes with M0NYThe DEPENDABLE QUALITY

Hush Puppies. ORIENTED TOYOTA TRADE IN'S.
MUTUAL Life Insurance Company of NEW YORK
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
Gravy, F. F. Potatoes; Pinto MARV 358.I843or771.300/BLACKMORE 3S8 NICK.1843 NICHOLS or 264.2454 Every milt is a pleasure in a guaranteed mid car.
Beans, Peas and Beets. Choose one of this_excellent bargains today.

Combination Tossed Salad,
Fruit Cup, Cheese Salad Bowl, 72 DATSUN 2dr.,4spd, R&H $1395$1795
Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain 72 HONDA CAR
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71 DATSUN2dr.,4spd S15951.
TOYOTA $1295
BARBERSHOP TOYOTA PICK UP4spd,AC, R&H $2395

FRIENDLY. RELAXED & I SHOE REPAIR 71 TOYOTA MKII Wgn,AT,AC, R&H $2495
QUIET ATMOSPHERE I 71 TOYOTA COROLLA Wgn,4pd, R&H.,AC $1795

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CLOSE TO SCHOOLS I BILL GODWIN

CHURCHESANDSHOPPING AREAS 7 (Formerly Located in Roosevelt Mall) A LITTLE SWiTCHK\IN\THINKHiG t

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Take 103rd to. FirestoneRd. FRIENDLY, INDIVIDUALIZED, EXPERT SERVICE .

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I1) ..... VA Gives Scoop On New C.S. Program I II'


school ceptable
fromhigh
Jiu-lIow does the new Civil purposes if he or she served on only as long as he continues to beyond graduation the equivalent), and A-The 'program can includeany
Service program for"veterans active duty in the Armed Forces show satisfactory progress in his (or take an approved or any combination, of the
work? Here are a few questions (not just active duty for training) education or training program, agrees to education or training following: planned on-the-job-
which you might have and the for at least 180 days and was as well as on the job; and when program of working. Also, the training, classroom training
answers by VA. discharged under honorable the veteran completes two yearsof while he is citizen basic or remedial education
U.S. highschool
be ,
a
service, his ap- veteran must
Q-What is a veterans read conditions. The 180-day satisfactory or high
? does not to is automatically and must meet any other general school
justment appointment requirement apply an pointment veteran has to equivalency,or education beyond
A-It is a special type of appointment individual who served on active changed to a regular Civil Ser- requirements a Civil high school.
to a ,Federal civilian duty before July 1, 1955, or who vice appointment. meet to receive a regular
i job that may 'be' given to a earned a campaign badge whileon Q-Who eligible for a veterans Service appointment.QCan Q-How Js the
veteran who to active who has appointment? training or
returning agrees duty or a readjustment veteran be
returning educational
usedto a program developed?
participate' in a training or Service-connected disability A-Theseappointmentsare
readjustment
veterans the veteran
educational program while based on active duty. give job and training opportunities given a at time? A-By and the
any employing together.
working. Authorized by Q-In what ways is a veterans to returning veterans appointment agency
is eligible for one year
A-He
Executive Order 11521 of March readjustment appointment who need the most help in makingthe the Armed
26, 1970, it Is an improvementover different from the usual appointment transition to civilian life in after separation from for Q-Is a written, agreement
a similar system which had, to a Federal job? today's high-skill labor market.In Forces (or released treatment required before appointment?
been in use since 1968. A-The main differences are- keeping. with this purpose, a hospitalization or A-Yes. The agreement will
Q-Who is considered a veteranfor the eligible veteran has to agreeto veterans readjustment appointment immediately following dischargefrom incorporate the terms of theveteran's
Civil Service purposes? participate in a training or may be given only to a active duty.) approved educationand
kind of training or
A-Generally speaking, a personis educational program: the veteran who-has completed no Q-What is ac- training program.
a veteran for Civil Service veteran can hold the appointment more than 2 years education educational program
Q-Would veteran have to passa
written test? '
A-That depends on the job. For
': jobs at grade 3, honorable
> : -': : : ", military service meets the
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,
I \ .'' if the agencyconsidersthat
-( ""'' \ ; : | *'5/%; : -. :-,1'" -. employing
:' '< ::: ;: 'r<''' : JZ:: ;; AS1lOufirs'el: ;('" the veteran can do the job.

,4', !. ,:' ,, .: : ; ?" :-,,":.':, <,}.- For jobs at grade 4 and 5,he must
meet the minimum established
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job: if it includes a written test,
the veteran would 'have to pass

makes luscious lunches readjustment the test before appointment a veterans could

be made.


don't. Q-Can a veteran work part-
t I any day you time and go to school?
:;: A-Yes, this can be worked out
with the hiring agency.QWhen .

tf f f
a veterans read-
:: justment appointment is changedto
Sun. Ivcfl.I a regular appointment, what is
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the employee's tenure?
A-He will have competitive
Creamed status, which means that
Beef Beef Pie throughout his career he can
'" Chipped
move to other jobs in the com-
over toast petitive civil service for which he
I is qualified without having to
er qualify in an examination.

f 3er 'I. === ::= :; -;::: more Q-Where information may veterans on obtain this


Wed.Macaroni program?
Tues. f, { A-Information is available on
this program and other programsat
U.S. Veterans Assistance
l Escalloped ;{ & b Centers or from the nearest In-
'.' Chicken & Beef teragency Board of Civil Ser
vice Examiners. He may also
Noodles write the Federal Job In-

I ,', formation Center, U.S. Civil
.j: Service, 1900 E. Street, NW,
r Washington,'D.C., to request the
1 pamphlet "Veterans Read-

Thurs. Fri. justment Appointments."



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Ding

i i -J ; .Jax The officers of VP-45
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j hosted this year's Fleet Air Wing
Eleven, "Wing-Ding". This
; : annual event,which is held in the
'
( spirit of fellowship and good

... ; sportsmanship, took place
f Friday, March 2 at the Can-
dlelight Club.Members .
!:
of all Jax based .
NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL-SD3 Columbus Wilson was Patrol Squadrons attended excepting ;: ,
presented the Medal by Capt. W. G. Sizemore during the NAS Jax those of VP-49 who wert __ ,
personnel Inspection.Sizemore. previously booked-up at the time \: _
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j (VP-49 is deployed). -; _
Entertainment for the Wing
Holds Captain's Call Ding was provided by the variow
groups in attendance. The
highlight of the afternoon came 250 COMBAT HOURS-AO2 Lavone Campbell was presented the Air
Captain W.G. Sizemore, NAS when a caravan of cars, escortedby Medal by Captain William Carrier, Jr., NATTC Co'0. His 250 combat
JAX C.O., was at hanger 117 base security, announced flying hours were in Vietnam.
HOUSE March 1 for another CaptainsCall. arrival of VP-45's Staff car _
The Captains Call was a containing the "Pelican's C. 0. -PLEASE BRING THIS O !
question and answer period for and X.O.
OF CORAL all personnel who work at Air As a gesture of goodwill and _
Ops and personnel working in fair play the VP-45 "Ironmen" ibr.cl cl

O IMPORTS Bldg. 200. presented their. guests with ?
4
The talked about
CUSTOM MADEJEWELRY Captain mementos to commemorate the .
driving and the high accident occasion. These valued gifts are .' EXPIREs2 for 1 ALL
STONE CUTTING rate. He stressed the point that presently hanging on display in SIZES I
JEWELRY REPAIR all hands should obey ALL traffic Hangar 1000 and Fleet Air Wing a BuyOnePizzaGetOneFREE!
I
D HOBBYCRAFTI regulations. Eleven spaces. 'I We Serve More Pizza than Any One In the World.
I is Different Other things talked about ft ft ft I GOOD ONLY AT BLANDINO&SAN JUAN HUTS
__And the Price is Right! were: The need for newer and ,
You have to pay tax on the 218 Blanding Blvd. 5800 San Juan Ave.
better and the .
) equipment conditions ,
_. interest savings account, Ph.772.0642 .786 6411
i on your
I of the various buildings.The :
didn't collectit n
though'
even you -i _
said Personnel -- -
Captain involved --
VILLAGE SQUARE 7$12944LONDOP4TOWNE in cash. All dividend and in- I
would have to do the best '
1549 S. LANE AVENUE they could with what they have terest income is taxable. You II
106,Mon&Wed.10-4 until the newer equipment was must report it on your incometax -JACKSONVILLE S MOST EXCLUSIVE BOTTLE CLUB!
available. return, even if it's only I
credited to your account. WHAT'S NEW??

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NAS JAX SHRINE CLUB OFFICERS Officers of the NAS Jax Shrine Club for the ensuing year
were installed in ceremonies at a dinner-dance attended by some 200 club members and guests at the
CPO Mess (Open) on Tuesday evening,27 February. Morocco Temple Potentate Wllford Lyons, Jr.,
(right), administered the oath of office to (RtoL) Club President John F. Osswald, First Vice
President Roland Boardman, 2ND Vice President Arthur A. Slocumb, Secretary Kermit
Daywalt,and Treasurer Joe C. McCreight. Captain Donald J. Childers, NAS Jax Executive Officer,
Marine Corps Sargeant Selected for the award was was guest speaker for the occasion
with exceptional leadership SGT James R. Edwards who is All Club members and their families are invited to attend a Club Breakfast at the CPO Club af 7
qualities, a pleasant and tactful the Non-Commissioned Officer- A.M. Sunday,March 11,followed by church services at All Saints Chapel at 8:30 A.M.
manner and a contagious "can In-Charge of service records at
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do" attitude was selected MATSG's Personnel Office,
NATTC's Serviceman of the "LIVING DEAD"There is an mingled in the bowl, not one tear
Quarter for JanuaryMarch 1973. Well Done, Sargeant! would be let fall the whole
apparent reference.to opium in day
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Homer's Odyssey, written in the long, not if mother and father
9th century B.C. Rouses' transla should die, not if they should slaya
."V.L tion tells of a "a drug potent brother or a dear son before his
DRUG against pain and quarrels and face and he should see "with his
charged with ths forgetfulness of own eyes" but, he will not understand *
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Collins works for the Jax Navy Exchange. ", ,,' ,0

I Protect Your PrivilegesJaxThe IS HEREFORYOU ,

Navy Exchange identification purposes at the J ,.....\:' ,. .:,r' ','r .' )aI
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protect your privilege of checked to prevent unauthorized I '
purchasing goods and services. personnel from taking advantageof : r- '.
Among these measures is a a benefit to which only you and ,, \\l
system of identification whereby your dependents are entitled.All .
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patrons
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and the Navy Exchange chases for unauthorized per- So, if you'd like to do some-
Privilege Permit are used for sonnel. thing nice for your home, we'd like

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NEWS-LATWINGER
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10 JAX AIR

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Beetle Bailey .f By Mort Walker Rate Yourself On Motorcycle Quiz I


1. Most motorcycle accidents requires a helmet for driver and contact of tires.
is
rider. 8. At high speeds steering
occur at intersections. '
I I! TRUE. Most happen when a 3. It is safe and legal to pass a best accomplished by slight in
the handlebars
driver fails to see a motorcyclistand car in the space between the car movements of
and the curb.FALSE. the direction of the turn.
makes a left turn or other-
FALSE. This is exactly the
This is always
wise pulls out into his path.
5 2. Head injuries are the cause. dangerous and is illegal in many opposite of what you want to do.
of most fatalities in motorcycle states as well. The car's actionsare Laws of physics say if you force
accidents. unpredictable because the the motorcycle wheel in one

TRUE. Use of a helmet is driver does not expect direction at high speed, the bike

advisable even to drive down to anything to his right. This is will tend to lean in the opposite

/McpfWkufl' the corner store. Many states especially! true if the car's driver direction. High speed steering is
Be
a good neighbor. lklpTheGoodNeighbor.N'atlon.I'Cartoonlsts'Soclety .
now make it mandatory for both plans to make a right turn. It is actually accomplished by leaningthe

driver and passenger to wear a also dangerous because a far motorcycle slightly and
helmet. The state of FloridaSeparating greater percentage of random keeping the wheel straight ahead.
objects occur i in this little- The handlebars then are only a

r traveled space. place to hang your hands.

4. When riding in a lane of 9. A rider should always be
Military
traffic,stay as close to the middleof alert to cross traffic and on-

the lane as possible. coming traffic indicating a left

College Graduates FALSE. The best position is to turn.
the left portion of the lane TRUE. These two situationsare

directly behind the driver of the the most common case of
CAREER SEARCH WEEKENDBeginning car in front of you. Here you fatal accidents -- in both

avoid the oil-slippery center, you motorcycles and cars.

Friday evening March 23rd in Jacksonville, Fla. have a clear view of the vital partof 10. Helmets, although affording -

(The first Career Search Weekend ever held In this area) the road ahead and you have a protection, interfere with

__ quick escape route if the car hearing. .

ACCOUNTING EDP ADMINISTRATION ahead stops suddenly. The driver FALSE. Hearing is actually

[ 'MBAs PRODUCTION BUSINESS ahead can also see you perfectlywell improved slightly because'wind
FINANCE
in rear-view mirror.
LIBERAL ARTS ENGINEERING noise is eliminated.
SALES 5. A motorcycle's rear brake
11. When two motorcycles are

Lendman Associates Is a cost-free career' Beginning Friday evening, March 23rd, does.most of the stopping. traveling together, side-by-side
the
search firm specializing In securing civilian participate in Career Weekend seminars and FALSE. During panic stops riding is safer than single file.
brake will handle to 80
employment for college graduates separating lob search panel discussions.from front up FALSE.It is far safer ride in
the military through a nationwide percent of the braking effort. single file. Maneuvering space is
and brakes shouldbe
Both front rear
Career Weekend system. greatly reduced when riding
|Interview persorvto.person with company used in balance to provide a
representatives hiring for management and smooth stop. A common mistakeis abreast.
Career Weekends give you the opportunity 12. "Splitting" traffic by riding
p rofesslonal positions across the country.meet to shy away from use of the
prospective employers In a results. between lanes and cars is a good
front brake. '
oriented environment. Take advantage of powerful way to save time in stopped
6. Unavoidable objects lying in
your military background and secure a Following are some of the more than 30 hiring traffic.
the road should be hit
squarely
management position demendlng responcompanies that will be participating In the FALSE. Not only is this clever
rather than at a glancing angle.
slblllty. Career Weekend. maneuver illegal in most'states,
TRUE. Objects should alwaysbe
it's also a good way to the
AETNA COMPOSITE CAN GENERAL TELEPHONE
hit squarely at the per-
stuck in traffic
AMERICAN HOSPITAL CORNING GLASS LINCOLN NATIONAL hospital.'Drivers
to avoid
pendicular losing
APPROACH 13.30 CITIZENS & SOUTHERN BANK ORTHO will often open doors and jump
BENTON & BOWLES DOW BADISCHE PRUDENTIAL steering control. This par lanes to get ahead.
BOISE CASCADE EXXON REDMAN INDUSTRIES ticularly includes railroad
I BURGER KING FOSTER & WHEELER REYNOLD'S SECURITIES '- tracks, With practice, most SCORING

TRAVELER'S WESTINGHOUSE motorcyclists easily ride over (0-1) Wrong-enjoy your motorcycle
obstacles. 23 Wrongget in some practice

NO COST OR OBLIGATION POSITIONS AVAILABLE NATIONWIDE 7. Sit as verticle possible 4.5Wrongimprove quickly

To see If you qualify for an invitation I to participate, send your resume to: when cornering. Leaning into the 6 or more wrong- concentrate on

] r PHIL HARTUNGLENDMAN corner could cause you to fall safety

A IUENOMAN over.
ASSOCIATESABBDCIATEB FALSE. Both rider and

passenger should lean with the
I P.O. Box 4053, Jacksonville, Fla. 32201 motorcycle as it corners. This JaxCPO

increases stability and road

Wives Club



.WHILE

Jax-CPO wives Club of

SUPPLY : : Jacksonville held their regular

... meeting, Monday March 5, in the
CPO Club.

:. LASTS... /
Guest speaker was Lt.Stone,of
NARTU.He presented the film on

Scouts "Good Turn Day". A
Membership tea will be held at

FREE the Club at 2:30,March 15.:All (E-

7-E-9) wives are invited.

o- The special 'guest for the

evening was Mrs Aurthor


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HARRY", Drama, starring Clint
HOLT PUBLISHING
Movie Schedule
COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Eastwood and Harry Guardino,
Publisher "R" (103 Mln.)
: ..* ri >.in ,_IJL--ri Friday, ,March 9
Thursday,March 8
JAXAIRNEWS i NAS NAS: "STIGMA", Drama
CALL: 387-3566 : "BARABBAS", Drama ,
NAS Jacksonville ,
,' Starring Anthony Quinn and Starring Philip Thomas, and
Ads ,
: "Tuesday should be malted to arrive not later than Silvana Mangano "GP" Peter Clune, "R", (94-Mln.)
LATWINGER for publication the following ((133
: Thursday HOSPITAL: "BARABBAS"
.Ads Min
arriving ). ,
too late
for this
NAS deadline
Cecil will
FieldADVERTISING : Publlst'ed be
Drama
i the fOllowing week unless '. Starring Anthony Quinn,
: 'pubflst.er Is Instructed otherwise. A check or WANT ADSCONTINUED and Silvana Mangano, "GP",
OFFICE : money order for the full cost of the ad must be (133 Min.)
4747 San Juan.Avenue '. .reCeived WITH the copy for the ad.
i Saturday,March 10

Jacksonville, Florida e: RATE!, ninirumcharae(31lnes' ) I2.M '67 VW FASTBACKRuns NAS: "THE BIG COUNTRY",

.Per additional HneC4 "rline) Good$595.2s.c.5238 Western, Starring'Gregory Peck,

and Jean Simmons,. "GP", (167',

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I New valves, tuned, excel cond., Capt. HOSPITAL: "STIGMA",

_ELXMNT: I 1BR.TRAILER /Maguire, 772.3512 Drama, Starring Philip Thomas,

m tl 11j! if _EAL A7E WAV carpet, AC Cony. to Cecil & and Peter dune, "R" .<94 Min.)
NAS. 103rd 8. Ricker .
Rd; 771 7384. '71 FIREBIRD ESPRIT
Sunday,March 11
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JANITORS PART.TIME ON NAS WE BUY& SELL EQUITIES 1 Vinyl Top, AC 350 cu.ln., auto. trans.
$1.91 per hour Call us for quick service ROOMMATE WANTED C>n floor.-PS, 4.new tires excel. cond.. NAB: "AVANTI", Comedy,

3891644TEMPORARY Morrison I.Tayler,inc. To share furn Townhouse bachelor C Call:: NAS ext. 2596. Starring. ,Jack Lemmon "R".

4543 Wesconnen Blvd. apt. In Ortega. $50.00 deposit, $145.00

JOBS 7yi'3032 737-3844 monthly. 354-2806, or 3892009. Ask for SALESMAN ON DUTY

All office skills needed. Long and Mr. Mottler. 10A.M. to 6P.M. DAILY'

short assignments. No fee. We pay NORMANDY ACRES

you. .4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road NR.NAS 2BR.DUPLEX '
XTRA HELPERS 394-5188 frontage, 2 to 20 Acre tracts. Land Is Dbl. carport, 'W.D. connection kit :::
the best Investment for the future. equip, AC, carpet, drapes, water & MELVIN4; --
PART-TIME EMPLOYEESr. Other tracts garb. $175.8.dep. 264.9436.
available over Southwest ..
petty officer or officer needed to Jacksonville PARK MA Ak .

replace transferred 1st Class. You Wynne Realty Florida GIVE US A CALL FOR
must have mornings open 6.9AM, also 389.551.c
389-8507 Quick Rental of Your Property Convenient to '
some weekends Must work effectively Edward O.Lyon, Broker 389-0361 NAS and
with both people & paper.
QUICK CASH FOR YOUR CECIL FIELD '
Much of your work will be under EQUITY
Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. .Y
rate $3.25
pressure. Starting per hr. J.iII
Edward O. Broker
Lyon 389-0361
With average of 20.25 hrs.a WK. Ample t )

opportunity for Increased earnings as
3BR., FENCED YARD JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
well full-time
as permanent employment NEWHOMESJUSTCOMPLETED..4'
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern
Double-Car dinette, 8
in future. Downtown Jax. garage range.
.
trailer and apts. 389 3007.
location. Call 246.4342 Fri. from 2.5 refrlg.,
P.M. or Mon. 102. VanSandt, Realtor 387.1213
COLONY MOBILE HOMES

SALES & RENTALS,9359103rd St. .
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
EMPLOYMENT Call 7710275.
Residential I I.Lots,Acreage 22(600-25.20O VA-FHA Terms
Hallmark Cards needs part-time stock
Chas. Mobley, Realtor 284.9365 ..wTANSTAT
girl, to work Navy Exchange Store In. Lee Duncan,Associate 264-6861 VETERANS $200 Pays All Closing Costs
this area. Prefer card background.Write
M. Netzer, 5341 Coppege Ave., 1 : No Down Payment
WHITE FENCE FARMS
Jax., Fla. 32211. Give brief work Located In the heart of Arizona's BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY 3 Bedrooms-2 Full Baths-Wallpaper
background. No phone Calls. Used VW's compacts, other
finest farming and hunting country, foreign I King Size Master Bedroom ::
makes. Astro Motors, 6566 NormandyBlvd.
near historic Safford (County seat of 7814978. S All Electric 'Garage Patio
MALE HELP WANTED Graham County.) Great year-round
Full or part-time $2.00 per hour. 18 climate. 1% acres, $1,100. low terms. Ideal Location,Surrounded by
years or older. 7811369. For full Information, please write to 1970 VW CAMPER Schools,Churchs,Shopping Centers.Expressway 1-295 close by

Mrs. A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., Carpet, headers undercoating, 2 new )
us ht 2233 North 7th Street, Phoenix 85006. tires, A-l Condition. Make offer, 743- : t J
.:Mpt..,d' .i J1 5098. MN.M .".... "
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CALLA SHIPMATE CECIL ._. I tF,
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER JoeRopIakRETNavy) .1964 VW BUS FIELD. ..- '
Licensed Real Estate Salesman WN N
Reconditioned Motor, needs body
of $5.
Responsible party take up pmts .
Representing work, $275.00 Will sell engine HAS
a month. Call dealer. 7728936. -
Blanding Agency, Inc.Realtors separate, 264-4884.
Home 781-7715 Office 771-9513 .--. _-
A recorded message by '72 DATSUN 240Z MARTIN BUILDERSEDWARDO.LYONBROKER

Tells SCOTT EDWARDS how to be a FOR SALE OR TRADE AC, 4,000 miles, Contact: LCMDR. PHONES: 389-O 1, n1.a335

DISC you JOCKEY 5 Acres In Northern Idaho full timbered Reff,VA-72,or Cal1264.3374 aft.6 P.M.

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veterans.call: 355-2944 Columbia any hour. Approved School- for of retirement, near hunting lake$2500, fishing, small value., vacation town.AOCS Excellent or 1967 MUSTANG ." :;11 1 1: j qti1 ; : I:: ::.II: ::;:i;::::: ;1i1i 1 1j1 ir'

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Woodruff, work 246-5265, Home 724- 282.5421 after 5 P.M. }
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IN REAL ESTATE MATTERS 2DR.,HT AT, PB, PS, R&H,307 Vinyl. .. \. .
SINGER AUTOMATIC ZIG-ZAG Call Wayne Shrum Top, 264-5644.
Sewing Machines, makes buttonholes, Blanding Agency,InC.Realtors
fancy designs, blind hems, etc. 771.9513 1970 HONDA 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511

Responsible party pick up pmts. of $5. 'Good Condition, lowest price $200. Open Dally 8 to:30-Saturday( 8 to 5-Sunday 1 to 6 PM
ACRES
mo. Rayfields. 6437 Wilson Blvd. 389 4552
-
8 Miles South of Green Cove Springs, 72SUPER BEETLE Auto, Radio $2095

300 ft.on U.S.17,30 minutes from NAS. 71 SUPER BEETLE Auto,AC, Radio $2088
AUTO AIR-COND. SERVICE $1500 per acre. P. O. Box 50763, Jax. '69 CHEVROLET IMPALA 350
71 SUPER BEETLE AC, Radio, Extra Sharp $2033
Room Units, Central Units, Tyler Bch., Fla. 32250.2RIVERFRONT. 4.DR. HT,Vinyl TopACAT, PB, PS,
SUPER BEETLE AM-FM Stereo Heater
71 & $1895
Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711 R&H, one owner, excel cond. $1495.00Cash. .
Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161. LOTS ON SANTA FE Call 7378894. 71 VW SEDAN R&H, Special I, $1708

70 VW SEDAN R&H, Extra Clean $1588
Each 100' X 177' Good recreation or
Located bend In '44 FORD CUSTOM 70 VW SE DAN R&H, Special $1450
living.
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES JAX permanent River about 80 miles from Jax., Virgin Auto. trans., Radio, PS, V-8, very 69 VW SEDAN R&H, Clean $1488
Fabrication in rescreenlng, window sell, car on '
screens, screen doors, patio & pool Forest. Spring fed river empties Into order clean,cond.772-2548, Must or 264-8720 new aft. 6 P.M. 69 VW SEDAN R&H, New paint, Special. $1403
,
enclosures, aluminum roofs & carports Suwanee River. Excellent fishing 68 VW SEDAN R&H "- $1395

free estimates. Owned & scuba divers paradise.each. 3889886.Owner RANCHERO500 65 VW SEDAN R&H, Good Trans. $750
$11,00 71
sacrificing at
,
operated by: Norman T. Abrams V-8, Automatic, Air Cond., P. 71 VW DELUXE BUS R&H Air Cond. $2895
USN retired,Paul Tinney,2568 Edison
Ave., 3U-12"2. steering Brakes,'Radio with sports 71 VW DELUXE BUS R&H Extra Clean $2695

a ?4 N liner. 71 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, Special $2357
SACRIFICE$2142.00
LIVE CRABS ORANGE PARK '70 MAVERICK 70 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, New paint $2395

Wllford's Fish Camp 69 VW DELUXE BUS R&H Extra Sharp $1988
2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dish Automatic, Radio, Still fn warranty. ;
264.9101SINGERZIOZAG washer Drapes, carpets: Elizabeth PRICE ONLY tim.OO 71 VW CAMPER Pop-top, R&H $3395

AptS., 771.1465 or77'3355.WILMAR '70 VW SEDAN 69 VW CAMPER Pop-top, R&H $2495
4Spd., Radio, Tapedeck, headers pin
1972 Console Model sewing machine, APARTMENTS striped 71 VW SQUARE BACK R&H, Auto, Extra Sharp $2295

like new. Makes buttonholes, overcasts Air Conditioned. 1. bedroom. .Living MANY EXTRAS 71'VW SQUARE BACK R&H, Auto,Special $1988

appliques, darns, sews on room, Kitchen Bftstnook. parking COMPARE ANYWHERE $1095.00: 69 VW SQUARE BACK R&H, Auto :-. -,' $1895

buttons, etc. Need someone In area to space for 2 carto; water, sewage, '68 KARMAN GHIA CONVERT.Runs R&H Extra Clean .:,' ." -., .$1288
,
$64.80 balance or $7.20 per service.: Furnished and looks Good.A I
assume lawn
garbage VW FASTBACK R&H V-Top, Special' SI,"
month. Phone 3981683. Ask for Credit $120., Unfurnished llW.plus 4 percent STEAL AT $795.00 71 'J"(4" it
Manager: Will deliver, no obligation.BEAUTIFULSTEREO sales tax. 387-2541 wefcMKls. 3890744.Oceanfront '64VWBUS 70 VW FASTBACK AM-FM Radio, Auto ''' $1750I '
Sharp customized with Buckets & all CHEVVEGA Extra Sharp ', $1993
72
RENr.y'. \1NER ONLY"".00 $119S
FOR SEDAN New paint
VW 113-1
67
Take-over layaway balance $48.40 at Townb, ,Condominium, '47 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME CPE.

$9.60 per month. Stereo Componentwith Unfurn., 2BR.. ;fc'::2'.. ***. Bch. Loaded with everything But Miles.All NICE SELECTION OF OTHER MODEL VW'S

automatic changer headphonelack Maximum SecurlCfc.q:luxury. Avail. original with only 43,000 miles. We gave them the VW 16-polnt Safety and Performance InspectionThen

plays all lilt records ask dual for 3253889886. ..; ': _' '66 PRICED CHEV.IMPALA4DR.V. AT 81055.00 we tuned up tightened,and replaced everything that needed It.
398-1683
speaker Phone them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
And guaranteed
home trial. ,.Automatic,Air Cond., Radio.
layaway dept. Free DOCTMllAfnS4BR. miles. Come on In and .
SteeringA mal r mechanical parts for 30 days..or 1000
., water f rowtf CH4A, D-W, w-w Power double check..
SOUND FAMILY CAR ..
TBNTCAMPHR TRAILER Carpet,$300 a mcA*u f1S Cedar Rd., GOOD R AXLEFRONT AXLE .
_ ,, .' Sleeps 4,Used$225. 2645973. JStJ.OO '* E ENGJNETRANSMISSION ELECTRICAL SYSTEM, +!-
264-7967 '6S PLYM.FURY III 4-DR, 'ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM

ORANttCPAftK Loaded with- extras and priced right.. .

FOR SALE v 2BR. duplex apt. furn.AC, 5 mln..to '.,. BRADLEY$395.00 AUTOMOTIVE ." ,
trailer New'$200. NAS.Will rent to temporary personnelor .
2-Wheel utility 264.5412rfCe'f14'A9t1t" .' .. ,. bachelors, 26(-.... .- 4734 SAN JUAN, PHON3 349-7914 .- ..- --- .-._ -- .... -- -

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Claim LomFairJax Basketball Title



Iii VA-87 Drops R VAH-3 99-90 In Overtime .1



Jax The VA-87 team from fine foul shooting abilities in the team 55-52 in the second half butit
Cecil Field won the ComFairJax final game with RVAH-3 hittingon wasn't enough to overcome

Basketball Tournament last 14 of 19 for 74 per cent and VA- their cold shooting first half.
week when Jerome Brooks 87 collecting 19 of 27 for 70 per Jackie Mims with 26, William
scored 12 points in the overtime cent. Gappa with 22 and Seve Simonds

period to lead his team to a 99-90 VA-87 is now in Norfolk, with 18 led RVAH-3 to victory.
,5 fe oy win over RV AH.3. Virginia' participating in the James Woods was high for VA-15
The RV AH-3 team from NAS CINCLANTFLT Basketball with 28.
Albany led VA-87 by one point at Tournament as a result of their VP-16 fell to RVAH-3 a resultof
halftime of the championshipgame winning the ComFairJax some hot shooting at the foul

w 1 i; and it looked like they Tournament. line. RVAH-3 only scored one
might hand VA-87 their first loss On their way to the finals VA-87 more field goal than VP-16 but
f Y of the tournament and force stopped VP-24 74-55 and VP-45 77- they hit on 22 of 27 free throws for

another game on Friday until VA- 67early}! in the tournament before an 81 per cent accuracy as
87 came back to tie the game at going on to beat a tough VP-5 compared to VP-16's 12 of 22 for
79-79 at the end of regulation play team 7473. It was the first l loss of 54 per cent.William .
and end up the winners in the tournament for VP-5. Gappa had 28 and
overtime. VP-5 fell into the losers bracket Jackie Mims 25 for the winners.
COMFAIRJAX CHAMPS Cdr. Terry L. Zackowskl, Assistant VA-87 completely dominatedthe and VA-87 sat back to wait for Dennis Mobley had 25 forVP-16.
Chief of Staff ComFalrJax, presents Cdr. Fetterman, VA-81C0with overtime period when they their opponent in the finals when RVAH-3 won its fourth straight
the ComFairJax Basketball Team trophy while the men who did all scored 20 points to RVAH-3's 11. Jerome Brooks scored 21, Willie game of the tournament before
q the work stand back and catch a breather. Brooks was the man with the hot Johnson 19 and Nate Appleton 18. falling to VA-87 when they
hand for VA-87 in the overtime Brady Bearden and Don An-
:<<<<<':';;':< period when he scored 12 of his derson helped VP-5 to a 35-34 lead Don Anderson had 32 points for
TEE] TALK } 1 teams 20 points. He picked up over VA-87 at halftime before the VP-5 team but William
eight of his overtime points at the finally falling to the championship Gappa's 22 and Jackie Mims 20
By Phil Falcone foul line and finished the game bound Cecil Fielders. provided RVAH-3 with the win.
with 39 points. Anderson finished the game with In the only other tournament

Jax Golf enthusiasts at NAS as the target date for the last Nate Appleton provided VA-87 3T points and Bearden had 26. game played last week the VP-16
with 23 before he fouled out
Jax ate extremely fortunate to points The RVAH-3 team had to team eliminated VP-24 before
have such a fired up golf com- nine.Maintaining a well organizedand while Larry Kinnaird had 13 and make their way to the finals they were eliminated by RV AH-3.
mittee. Its hyper attitude has beautiful course depends on Willie Johnson 12. through the losers bracket when VP-16's six of 10 free throws

resulted in recommending to the the cooperation of each memberas Jackie Mims led five RVAH-3, they dropped their first game of provided the 78-74 win when both
CO a number of changes well as the CO and "Joe the men who' connected for double the tournament 91.77 to VP-16. teams finished up with 36 field

necessary to keep his course one 'Pro's" manicurists. We'll chat figures when he finished with 21. They followed their openingloss goals. VP-24 could only managetw
of the finest in the area. bout this next week. William Gappa added 16, David with a win over' VP-45 and of five attempts at the line,
ditors Note: This will be the first then went on to down VA-15104- however, and this proved to be
The most at Carpenter 16, Steve Simonds 12
urgent problem
In Merles of weekly column about
85, VP-16 90-78 and VP-5 7367. their downfall.
hand is water and the condition of and Tom Ball 11.
events concerning the NAS Golf
VA-15 was eliminated from the Doug Shepard had 22 and Jack
the Course. Both teams displayed some
greens. tourney with their loss to RVAH- Anderson 20 for the winners.
"Joe the Pro" to be
appears 3. VA-15 outscored the Albany Mark Sheldon had 32 for VP-24.
quite optimistic about the
prospects of tying into the well off
No. 11 for maintenance rather NEWEST CONCEPT

than using lake water,that has IN APARTMENT LIVING
done nothing but contribute to the .
greens'ills and clogged the water 123BEDROOM,1AND2BATHS 4
system. Spacious rooms, wide windows, '
central heat & air cond. Private : 1r
Contrary to the beliefs of some patios, sundecks, swimming pool- ;. .. r
and party room. ,
greens keepers, the forecast for f": : :

our greens is poor. You can't 264-8102 N 9 3
replace what was never there.
1800 KINGSLEY AVE.
It's going to take a six figured
DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding
involving the
program Blvd. & Orange Park. Minutes
redesigning and reconstruction of away via new, I 1295.
every green.
y =t
If all the kinks ($*$) are ironed
out, ,work on the first nine will
begin around July 73 with April 74


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BRIEFSSOFTBALL :
Plan March

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I Jax The NAS Jax Civilian
UMPIRES CLINIC March 10 at 1 p.m. It will be an Golf Association will hold their JOliN LANDRY '..
Jax An organizational NRA sanctioned Jax Sail Club Is
three-gun regular tournament for March on Navy
meeting for a softball umpires match. The public is the 3rd annual
cordially the 10th and 11th at the Fort :
clinic will be held on Monday, Invited to attend and'an escourt George Island Golf Club. Regatta, Sunday
March 12 at 12 noon at the Conference will be provided at 12:30: p.m. at Fifty boats are an-

Room in Bldg. 704.!) All the main'gate Trophies will be Green fees will be $4.00 and classes expected In

interested personnel are invitedto given for each class of competition starting times have been Hobie 14, Hobie 16, .I
attend the meeting. and Day Sailers.
reserved between 8:30: and 9:30:
JAX SOFTBALL TRYOUTSJax NATTC PISTOL TEAM a.m. on both days. Entry fee for will be formed for

Tryouts for the Jax Navy Jax The NATTC pistol team the tournament. will be $1.75 as ( ( ) able to form a class i

Fliers Softball team will be heldon recently participated in the Dixie usual. ( ) ( ) .<.

Sunday,March 11 at 11 a.m.on Regional Pistol Matches held at (70):0:0( ( ) 1"11

Enterprise Field. The Fliers will Range the Fraternal in Order Police The Association had originally ) ( ) is from 7 to 8:45:

be participating in the East teams Jacksonville. With planned to start a competitiveplay ( ( ) the NAS, marina
Florida Military League this from all over the south tournament between ( ) ( Skippers meeting is

year. All positions are open and participating, the NATTC team members of the Association lor 9 a.m. with the first
the season begins on April 27. came away with second place ;
honors in the starting in April. In order to at 9:45.: Class boats
FLIERS VOLLYBALL TEAM caliber class.LADIES Sharp-shooter .22 make more members eligible to heats back to back
Jax The Jax Navy Fliers play this will be delayed for a few heat after lunch.
GOLF
RESULTSJax
Volleyball team traveled to Fort months. race one 15 to 20
-The NAS Jax Ladies Golf '
Lauderdale for the Seminole '
Association
held a tournamentlast
Invitational Volleyball Tour j
week and the results are as Members are reminded that )
( )
nament and wound in third ;
up follows: 1st Flight Nelda Bradt they must have an established ( ) fee is $2.00.
place with a 5-5 record. The next ((67)), Scott Hilton and Lassie handicap to participate. Those ) ); will be awarded ac "-
tournament that the Fliers will
Mahoney ((75)); 2nd Flight without handicaps are asked to ( ) the number of boats in
in will be held at the
participate Harriet Potter (71)) and Liz playas often as possible in the ( ) An overall high
of Florida March
University on Austin ((74)); 3rd Flight Marion Association's tournaments so ( ; ( ) trophy will also be
24. The team is currently prac- Vaught ((73)), Elenor Greenwoodand that they may establish a han- ( ) well as a cruiser first j
ticing four days a week in Doris Calais (79)). Winnerson dicap for the annual tour- ( ) .
preparation for the 6th Naval Putts
were: 1st Flight -
District Tournament coming up Marion Miller and Gloria Gortney

May 14th at the Charleston Naval ((34)); 2nd Flight Elaine Honour

Station. ((29)); 3rd Flight Lillian Jacob

CFJ TOURNAMENTJax VOLLEYBALL ((34)). think win


The Fleet Air Jax Area VP-24 GOLF MATCH

Volleyball Tournament is
scheduled to be held at NAS Jax Jax The VP-24 Batmen golf
team started out its intramural
March 1216. All ComFairJax or
ComFairDeUax commands or season with a 9-0 win over NAS
Admin last week. Eric Lekberg,
units are eligible to participate.For .
more information contact the Tom Cheek, Bob Edmonds, Jim
McMahon Ron Dannecker
and
NAS Athletic Office at Ext. 3239. ,
Jay Benko each won their individual -
JAX RIFLE AND PISTOL CLUB matches for six points 1

Jax The Jax Navy Rifle and and the team then picked up an

Pistol Club will hold'an 1800 additional three points for having

series pistol match Saturday, the lowest four aggregate'scores.

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_. Wednesday: 1700 VA87'O' vs George Hayes ((544-221-100)) ;
S' NAMTD; 1800 VA87 vs VA15. ,Dave Falls ((532-192)) Frenchy
I CECIL Standings as of March 2: Eschete (526-188)( ); Dave Silver
!: 1."A15 11-0 ((524.205)); Gene Dobson ((520));

by DTC J. D. VA87 10-0 Ireno Bembo ((520)); Dale Howard
; Walt Ball ((510)) Bob
3.V A114 9-1 ((512)); ;
LOcke ((503)) George Macleod
BASKETBALLWith counters and Robinson and Quickhe the expected idolatry incidentalto 4.VA45 9-4 ;
((500)).
several of the Cecil Field ( is too) with 17 each were the athletic stardom. It was a 5.0PS-NAMTD 8-4
teams in the top men for A-15. O'Rear had 10 shame that only a handful of 6.V A66 7-4 '
competing COM- Final standings:
7.MARINES 6-7
for the his .
corpsmen. spectators saw per
FAIRJAX basketball
Tourney, VA45 65-43
their winless 2nd round 8. VA87'O' 559.VA174'B 1.
!
Despite formance."sorry Charley" ,
action last .
was light week. : 2. Marines 65-43
performance, the Medical P.S. Even though he is now a 5-6
With Hunter proving to have Quintet has at least managed to player, Johnson continues to 10. VA12 5-7 AIMD, 64-44
the hot hand (24 points), VA-12 field a team for ALL of their referee a fine game..the refs 11.AMD 3-10 4.BOQ ', 6444S.CPO's
walked away from AMD, 59- 45. scheduled games..some of our really appreciated his helpful 12.SUPPLY 3-10 631h-44J,2
56-51 J,2
Woodard also bad'17 points for larger units should take notice of criticism. 13.MEDICAL 1-12 NWSED
VA-12 and Robinson 19 for AMD. this. CORRECTION TIME: Last 14.DENTAL 0-13 7.s-s 52-56

VA-12 only led by two points' at AMD missed only 6 field goal weeks edition of the paper stated 8.ADMIN 51-57
half time. attempts in the 1st half of their 76 that Sundance Harrison had BOWLINGThe 9.Weapons 50-57y
The Marines used a 3rd quarter .39 rout of VA-45; the accuracy of tallied 111 points,actually he only end of bowling in the co- 10.Medical 48Vfc-60
spurt to down VA-174"B", 48.42.. AMDs: shooting had even the VA- had eleven ((11)). One of his national league saw ties for first 11.Comm. 48-60
Both Smith and Mills had 12 45 coach shaking his head in teammates will doubtlessly point and third..'VA45 and the Marines 12. FALLS felled five 46V4-61Mt
points for the Marines Kloeppellof disbelief. Charley Johnson ((22)) out that Sundance hasn't scored will roll-off for first while AIMD 13.CLAW 1 46- 2
the B's led all scorers with 23 and Joe Meldrum ((21)) were the 111 points in his entire career. and the BOQ fight, for'third. The 14.AIMD No.2 37H-70M

points. The B's enjoyed a half major contributers to the AMD Schedule for the week of 12 CPO's, who had occupied the top
time lead of 2 points, ,but the win. McNeal had 16 for VA-45. March: spot for most of the season GOLF
Marines outshot them 14 -5 in the Monday:.1700 VA87 '0' vs.VA 174 dropped to fifth. The weeks five
3rd stanza. After stating "I'd rather, fight 'B"; 1800-A87 vs VA66. ? hundreds:' Chuck Roberts, ((548- On March 8th the NAS Cecil
Undefeated VA-15 clobbered than switch", Charley Johnson Tuesday: 1700 VA87'0' vs 180-101-166));; Angelito David ((546- Field Ladies Golf Association will
Medical 88 37. Wood with 20 deserted the refereeing ranks for MEDICAL; 1900 VA174 vs VA87. 192-180)): Bob Samu (545-192-188)( ); host their' annual invitational
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90 entries in the one day, 18 hole
Jacobs Wins Fourth ConsecutiveOn event. Coffee and donuts will be

served prior to the 0830, 3 flight,
On 9 February 1973 LCDR Phil FAIRJAX singles and doubles tee off time. Lunch will be served.
MILITARY-AUTOMOBILE Jacobs of Attack Squadron Forty- "Handball Tournament" and
Five competed hi the COM- successfully maneuvered his

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LCDR Jacobs won the.contest
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for the W L
game Wallbangers of the Carlos Swain his Busch PELICANS., 6 10
tried Leaguers
best to SPLITMAKERS 20 4
Pacific Bowling League last NAMTD 6 14
stop the Leprechauns with games The GEM team picked up some AFEES 15 9
week to salvage ,one win in histeam's
match with the WOXOFS.The of 200 and 205 in a 594 set but his ground on the Commodores witha BEAN BURNERS 14 6
WOXOFS moved from Help team still lost three. sweep over the FICEUR 5 team VP-45 No.1 12 8
In the split between the Pin while the Six Pack team also
FUBARS 11 9 CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
tenth to eighth with their three
Busters
wins over the and the Hawks, Paul moved up with a sweep over WALLBANGERS 11 9 W LPIN
Herbert's big Wallbangers. Plaza rolled a 201 for the league NAMTD. GUTTER RATS 9 11 BUSTERS 19 5
game was cloudedby leaders while George Humbert Other winners in the National
LEPRECHAUNS
WOXOFS 9 11 ,17 7
the fact that his team fell
from rolled a 209 for the Hawks. League last week i included the
BATMEN 8 12 GROUCHES 16 8
fourth into tie
place a for fifth. The Eagles No. 2 team won Rat Pack with three wins over NUBS 8 12 HOSPITAL ,15, 9
The Splitmakers maintainedtheir three games last week but still 'the Wipe Outs and the Top Five CHERRY PlcrCERS 5 15 HAWKS )" 1.....,.15 9 '
top spot in the League last ended up with the dubious with three against the Pelicans. :.14. 10
week with three wins .MARTD 2 18 HELP .. h: ,: ,:"
over the distinction
of being the only team American LeagueBill EAGLES No.2 -.13 11
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Cherry Pickers. Felix Garcia to lose a game to the Super Stars Reynolds rolled a 211 and CHASERS \ ,12 12MARINE43KS

was high man for the winners this season. The Super Stars won Harold Foster rolled a 232 to lead r. ;. q'': 8 ,1y16
,
with a 225 game. by 23 pins for their first in 24 the Hurricanes to a four game ATLANTIC LEAGUE BOOZERS <, 7, ::>jr,: '117
James Summers' 201 helped tries. sweep over the Late Chargers in 'W L EAGLES N0.3 .1' :. 17
the AFEES team to three wins Other matches in the Con the American League last week. NARJAXNo.l 20" SUPERSTARS ,1 :.y 23
against the Batmen'and left them tinental League witnessed the The four wins by the FIC CPO No 1 14 10 ,, .
in second place five games Grouches moving from fifth to Hurricanes increased their lead LIFERS 13 10 I '.. I':' '

behind the Splitmakers. third with a sweep over the over the Late Chargers when the FASOTG 13 11 '
Other Pacific League action Eagles No. 3 team, the Hospital Late Chargers dropped one gameto GOOD AND BAD 13 11 AMERICAN LEAGUE" I
saw the Bean Burners win three moving from sixth to fourth witha the ADCOP team. VP-45 CPO 11 13 W "L K

from the Nubs with Edgar Knapp sweep over the Boozers and the The VW-4 Chiefs picked up FIC CPO No.2 11 13 HURRICANES 17. 3

rolling a 222, VP-45 No. 1 winningfour Chasers winning three from the three wins over the ADPERS NARJAX No.2 '11 13 TRAILBLAZERS 15 ',.'.5
from MARTD with John Marine Barracks. team with Carl Walston rolling a CAG-20 11 13 COMMISSARY STORE 12 8

Cunningham rolling a 204 and National League 210 for VW-4 and John Murphy BUSCH BUDS 10 14 EAGLES No.1..10 ,10
FUBARS taking three from' the Jimmy Cruthirds rolled a 212 rolling a 201 for ADPERS. VP-16 CPO 9 15 ADCOP 10 )0
Gutter Rats. and Richard Beam a 204 for the Reggie Ammons rolled a 203 to TRIPPERS 1 11 LATE CHARGERS 10'10'

Mantic League Commodores last week but they help his Commissary Store teamto POP TOPS : 9 11
Another big game and big set still only managed a split againstthe three wins over the Pop Tops. BEES 9 11
was rolled over in the Atlantic Women's Lib team. George Maahs rolled a 201 for NATIONAL LEAGUE CHIEFS 9 ,11

League last week when Adam Another team that rolled some his Bee team but.it. proved .. W 'L UNCOLAS 8 12
Robertson rolled a 593 set that good scores but still were fruitless when the Eagles won all COMMODORES 19 5 ADPERS 1 13
included a 246 game. frustrated in their efforts to win four. GEM 15 5 CHAMECHS 4 16D

As a result, his Lifer team won were the members of the Radar The Uncolas met the SIX PACK 11 9
three games from the second 17 team. Tom Taylor rolled a 244 CHAMECHS in the only other TOP FIVE 101,2 91,2
place FICEUR CPO No. 1 team in his 597 set, Frank Woods rolleda American League match last WIPE ouT 10 10
and"moved into third place only a 201 and Richard Hunter a 210, week and as result the Uncolas RAT PACK 10 10
game behind their victims. but the Radar 17 team managed added four to their win column. FICEUR 5 9th 101,2

The FICEUR CPO No. 2 team _# .J 1' J .J ,, J -' J r -.J .. RADAR 17 9 11
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fared a little better than their WOMEN'S LIB 8 12
rival team when they 'won two BUSCH LEAGUERS 8 12
TILE
and lost two against the VP-16 6

CPO team. Don Brown rolled a
'217 for the VP-16 team to prevent
MOWSIISWHCOMrt .GIFTS .
FICEUR from picking
up any
more than two wins. >Nautical' Charts Outriggers *Nautical Wear ;-:1 Big Chief Soy:
Both of the NarJax teams *Point *Fish Boxes *Burgee Jackets C Eil:=I
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: t : Hawks Clinch First INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Pelicans



: In National League STANDINGS Win 14thStraight

NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
W I
Jax-The Hawks clinched first followed with 25,Lynn Kline with W L VP-45. 13 0
place In the National Basketball 24, Steve Martyak 15, Joseph HAWKS 14 1 MEDICAL 11 2
League last week with a 105-76 Ruggiero 14 and Rod Pearson 11. VP-5 13 3 VP.16 9 4
win over the Marine Barracks.The The Marine Barracks also hada COMMUNICATIONS 12 4 NDRC 8 5
Marines got off to a slow balanced attack with Wilbert HOSPITAL 8 6 VP.24 8. 5 Jax -VP-45 won their 13th
first half start and fell behind the Bryant scoring 22, Harrison NARJAX 7 7 MATSG. 5 7 straight game without a loss
Hawks 55-25 as the half ended. Austin 22,Mike Stranko 12,Terry PUBLIC WORKS 7 8 VW-4 5 9 last week when they'handed
They came back to outscore the Daniels 12 and Allston 12. MARINE BKS 4 12 FICEUR 4 10 AIMD their fourteenth staight
Hawks 51-501n the second half but MARTD 3 13 AIR OPS 3 10 loss with a. 98-36 win.

by then it was too late. Marine Barracks NATTC 1 15 AIMD 0 14 .:.
Howard Und led six Hawks James Delk scored 18, Paul ,',.
who hit for double figures when MARTDJax Medical Wins Eleventh Malloy 18, Rickey Pruett 14 and ,":

he scored 26 points. Ellis COOperVP24 Drops Vince Bell 14 for the Pelicans. ',.,'

After Air Ops Falls 9884Jax
.- Before dropping their Ron Sutton was the only man 'i

Ties twelfth game of the season to the -- Medical won their were Don Johnson with 28, Jim who could consistently find 'the
Hawks last week the Marine eleventh game of the seaon last Attanasio with 17, Stephen basket for AIMD when he connected t
Barracks team picked up their week 98-84 but not before Air Ops Douglas with 15, Dan Schellhasewith for 22 of his team's 36 (,
For FourthJax fourth win of the year with a 92-81 gave them a slight scare. 12 !and Greg Kline_with 10.. points. (;:'
win over MARTD. Ken Frierson scored 26 and r

-VP-24 moved into a tie for Wilbert Bryant was the leaderfor MarkWarner 13 in the first half to SEE THE NEW _
fourth place with NDRC in the the Marines Barracks with 30 give Air Ops a 47-45 lead over
American League last week when points. He was followed by Medical as they went into half- ROLLING HILLS C-16 TODAY! It,
they defeated NDRC 81-66. Harrison Austin with 16, Terry time. Medical learned from their

John Butts was high man for Daniels with 14 and Mike Stranko mistakes in the first half,
the winners with 23. Mark with 10.MARTD. however, and promptly came
back to hold Frierson to eight and d
Sheldon added 17, Ron Dan-
had two men hit for 20 Warner to five in the second half ,
necker 14 and Andrew Cleland 13.,
in their losing cause with King and went on to a 14 point victory.
Bruce Dauer had 23 for NDRC. ,.iJ'
tallying 24 and Paul Tuggey 22. Leading Medical to victory .i
VP-24 and NDRC only have five J'::
I games left to play before the NATTC Falls To MARTDwhile ..rn.rletr .
playoffs and with VP-16 only one
li\, game ahead of them, the closing Jax-MARTD won the battle of James Gilley connected for
weeks could provide a real battle the cellar dwellers last week 24 for NATTC.
for the third and fourth place when they dropped NATTC by a Neither team received much >

spots and in turn a spot in the 70-54( margin. help from foul shots in this gameas ..
t MARTD got only four chances
playoffs. .
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Paul scored 25 and Sam .. 1
Tuggey andNATTC five.Both collectedon ; 7724 LENOXAVE.
Narjax Eyes' Carabello 22 for the Marines only two shots. PHONE 781-1740 J

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