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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 29, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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. 31 NO. 2 Published In The Interest Personnel of Naval Air Station,Jacksonville, Florida MARCH 29,' 1973 ,



:: : "Red Devils" Scheduled For Air Show

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:::' Jax-The "Red Devils", a civilian formation acrobatic team, will be among the
many acts here Saturday and Sunday, April 14-15, as NAS Jax opens its doors to
the public in a "Naval Aviation Salutes Jacksonville" weekend air show.

The Red Devils Precision Aerobatic Team brings the highest of credentials :; ';',: "' <
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possible in their team members, Charlie Hillard, Gene Soucy and Tom ;;;
Poberenzny. The team members rank high in world competition. :
Charlie Hillard, the leader of the team, is the reigning World Aerobatic : f
:. Champion; Flying Left Wing isGene Soucywinner of the U.S. National Title in
1970, 1971 and 1972 and a third place finisher in the 1972 World Championships..
The team's.Right Wing, Tom Poberenezny, finished second to Gene at the 1972
U.S. Nationals and placed sixth in the 1972 World Competition.
... As members of the 5-man 1972 U.S. Aerobatic Team, Charlie, Gene and Tom
.helped bring the World Title back to the United States for the second consecutive
year. Their combined scores won the Nesterov Cup, emblematic of world

. acrobatic supremacy., .
: In 1972 they performed at. such major shows as Transpo 72 in Washington,
. '.:. D.C., Cleveland, Ohio, Kansas City, Kansas and the "Blue:Angels Homecoming"
in Pensacola.

, .r.:. In addition, they performed at the large grand finale air 'show for the 1972
: World Championships in Salon-de-Provence. ,France. -
, .' The Red Devils not only perform an exciting formation demonstration, but also :
.. exhibit their individual skills. Solo performances by any of these pilots will leave '
' spectators in awe of their talents.
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,March 30 Peas, Salad Bar Peach Pie," Devil Grilled Hot Cakes Maple Syrup, BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato EkYll1ENAVALAIR/
BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Food Cake. Choice of Ham or' Bacon, Chilled Juice, Hominy Grits; Fried Eggs to
Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Fried Eggsto SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham Orange Juice, Pastry Bar. Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof STATIONPROTESTANT
Order, Minced Beef on Toast, burgers or Frankfurters, Potato BRUNCH ; at 10 a.m, Navy Bean Ham or Pork Sausage, Pastry Bar
Lyonnaise Potatoes, Choice of Lun Chips Sliced Tomatoes, Onions, Soup, Grilled Cheeseburgers, French DINNER : Chicken Rice Soup Oven
cheon Meat or Pork Sausage, Pastry Lettuce Leaves Dill Pickles, Fried Potatoes; Baked Beans, Lemon Fried Chicken, Cream Gravy, Sunday
Mustard, Catsup, Salad Dressing, Layer Cake, Chocolate Krlnkle Snowflaked Potatoes, Cranberry Divine Worship 8:30: am
Bar.DINNER: Cream of Potato Soup, Dessert Bar.SUPPER Cookies. Sauce Corn Bread Dressing, Boiled at All Saints Chapel
Fried Flounder or Chili Con Carne : Breaded Pork Chops, SUPPER Yankee Pot Roast Beef, Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Greens, Church School 9:30 a.m.
with Rice, Buttered Beets, Buttered Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Brown.J.A.'X Natural Gravy, Franconla Potatoes, Salad Bar', Apricot Pie Chocolate Divine Worship 11 a.m at
Fried Cabbage, Seasoned Lima Pudding All Saints Chapel.
Beans, Harvard Beets, Salad Bar, SUPPER: Fried Shrimp or Fried Junior Youth 'Fellowship
Pineapple Pudding, Lemon Layer Ham Steaks, Seasoned Green Beans, 12i30 p.m. Senior Youth
:. .x N'EW-S: Cake Fried Cabbage, Parsley Buttered Fellowship 1:30 p.m.
Sunday,April 1 Potatoes, Cocktail Sauce, Salad Bar, Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Autumn Delight Cake, Chocolate at the Small Chapel.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to Pudding.
Order, Grilled French Toast w.Maple Wednesday, April 4 Tuesday
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Syrup, Choice of Luncheon Meat or BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Pork Sausage Hashed Brown Juice, Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to 'p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
private firm*All Copy submitted for'use in the JAX AIR NEWS Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Order, French Toast Syrup, Choiceof Christian Science Service 8 '
must forwarded. to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS BRUNCH : At 10 a.m. Turkey Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Noodle Soup, Chili Macaroni, French Beans, Southern Style Corn Bread,
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Pastry Bar.DINNER. NAVAL HOSPITAL
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 7723118or Bar, Lemon Meringue Pie, Chocolate : Cream of Potato Soup, Divine Worship lOa mSt at
311 9. Cookies. Stuffed Pork Chops, Brown Gravy, Lukes
SUPPER: Baked Virginia Ham, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Applesauce,
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made .Pineapple & Raisin Sauce, Whipped. Seasoned Mixed Vegetables, Okra & NATTCProtestant
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race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, Boiled Carrots. Seasoned. Brussels Cream Pie, Applesauce Cake. Service, 10:30 a.m. In
Sprouts, Salad Bar, Chocolate SANDWICH .LINE. : Chili bogs Building 500.
.user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Cookies, Lemon Meringue Pie. Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped. _
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the Monday, April 2 Onions, Dessert Bar. CATHOLICSaturday
refusal to print advertising from that source." BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple SUPPER: Italian Spaghetti w-Meat Mass 5 p.m. at.
Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Sauce or Ravioli, Parmesan Cheese St. Edward's Chapel.,
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Order, French Toast Syrup, Choiceof Garlic Bread, Buttered Brussels Sunday Mass a.m. and 11
concerning such should be directed to: Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked Sprouts, Salad.Bar, Applesauce Cake a.m. Daily Mass.Monday,
Beans, Pastry Bar Coconut Cream Pie.Thursday. Tuesday Thursday and
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY DINNER I Vegetable Soup, Yankee ,April S Friday-11:30 a.m. Wednesday _
Pot Roast of Beef Steamed Frankfurters BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice, Mass 11:30 a.m. at
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla.,.32210 Natural Gravy, Franconla Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order the Naval. Hospital Chapel
Potatoes, Seasoned June Peas Hot Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choice of Saturday Confessions 4:30
Telephone 387-3566 Spiced Beets, Salad Bar Apple Pie, Ham or Pork Sausage, Pastry Bar. c: to 5 p.m.
Vanilla Wafers. DINNER Minestrone Soup,.Grilled :
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I ? Your NEX:: In ;April Facility '


"e' Jax-:The Navy Exchange is the. Fashions
place to shop if you're planning to Large cuffs are the new fashion Hours
change the decor of your room look in men's slacks this season. j
this spring New draperies,linens, Both jeans and dress slacks are
curtains, bathroom accessoriesand now showing a deep cuff on flare f Changed
other items which will add a leg models uncuffed slacks,
new zest and vitality to your the major fashion style continuesto

home are available. be the flare leg in men's slacks. Jax-The following Navy Exchange -
Easter Sunday is April 22. Fora For the ladies, early fashion facilities' hours of
good assortment of traditional reports indicate mini baby operation have been adjusted as
Easter baskets, stuffed dolls, pinafores, smocks and shown : ;
animals, chocolate bunnies and tennis dolls
are dominating the
Short StopSnack: Bar (Bldg. 0\\
candy eggs for the youngsters, lingerie lines. Other fashion looks
1884)): open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. it)r
visit,your Navy Exchange. range from soft shorties to Monday through Friday, closed ,
Camping Needs clingy longs The spring fashion on Saturday and Sunday. ,I
Attention all camping buffs. focus is on these up-to-the-minute Service Station: open 7:30 a.m. ;
f I The warmer weather brings that silhouettes..many adapted from to 5 p.m.Monday through Friday, 1
longing to get out and meet the sportswear lines.In '\
except 8 a.m. to 5 i p.m on
Mother Nature in her own missy and junior sports- '
Thursday; Saturday 8 a.m. to 5
;: backyard. The Exchange wear, Spring 73 represents a p.m., Sunday 10 a.m., to 3 p.m.
,4; Sporting Goods Department continuation of classic styling Navy Lodge: open 8 a.m. to 10
; ,: recognizes your needs and stands with strong interest in fabrics p.m. Monday through Saturday;
| ready to help with a wide accented by novelty trims of Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
selection of sleeping bags, portable belts, pockets and contrast Game Room (Bldg.554): open 8
o.; stoves,,canteens and nearly stitching-all within the realm of a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through
,*J everything you'll: need to "rough a. soft: feminine lk. Friday,Saturday from 10 a.;m. to
,v it" in the woods. Polyester double knits and 9 and Sunday from 9:30
Within a short time, your novelty prints of seersucker, RETIRES AT NATTC- AOC Charles M. Maddox and his daughter, a.m.p.m.to 6
family and friends will be jacquards and ribs will Deborah, are piped over the side at NATTC as Chief Maddox's 20 EM Club p.m.: open 11 a.m. .to I
of Naval service come to an end. Chief Maddox was an Instructor
; gathering in the backyard for predominate, but woven fabricsof years midnight ,Monday through :
those hearty appetizing summer texturized polyester solid and at AO"A" School.Thanks .
Thursday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on
barbecues. Is your barbecue plaid seersucker, polyester Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. '
equipment able to meet the on- nubby linens and ribbed cottonsare on,Sunday.,
slaught? Or has it gotten to the on the upswing. Express-Beverage Store

point where you dread hearingthe Colors are pastel in blue, pink, (Bldg. 1884)): open .9 a.m. to 9
words' ,. "Let's have a bar- yellow and green. The traditionalred I For DonatingJax I p.m., daily.
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becue. white and navy continues to I
Dread no more. The Exchange be strong and the sleeper of the I
outdoor living section probably season appears to be the black
>i has an answer to your problem in and white combination. HOOStOF
the form of a new grill and all- the Coordinates, which allow Congratulations; and thanks are in order for all
needed accessories. customers to select their own persons who volunteered to donate blood to the
More and more outdoor chefs combination of tops and bottoms, Jacksonville CORAL
Navy Blood Bank, giving the very blood of
are showing a preference for the continue to be the most popular
new gas grills. A selection of trend for spring.The layered look life that others may live.
these and the conventional with soft feminine print shirts Sixty-five civilians and 42 military .personnel made a IMPORTSD

charcoal grills is available for worn over and under other tops, donations at the March 14 drawing CUSTOM MADEJEWELRY
you to make your own comparisons sweaters, blazers and shirt
at the Navy Exchange jackets is this season's popular Although this participation isconsidered good, it only D STONE CUTTING
Outdoor Patio Shop. fashion. satisfied the requirements for the amount drawn from D JEWELRY REPAIR

t':! .r..-.uw ... .. .Women's pants will have.wider. the Blood-Bank by eligible persons in onemonth- -, .' ....O. HOBBYCRAFT:tt Is Different _
\i It 1 day : Y. .. ,. ,flared legs. in both cuffs and : 4: ''F Jri 1j it:.ot t1d: t :.And the Price! li!,Right I t,
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:. All'intrauterin device (IUD)' uncuffed styles. Flares will be There is,.therefore, a need for greater participation by t
for contraceptive purposes, ordered from 20 to 26 inches and up to 40 others to donate' in the future. -- 'I-' '.
by a physician, is an inches or wider for the "Palazzo "
authorized benefit under the Pants." Body styles will be the All civilian employees, military personnel and their VILLAGE LONDONTOWNE SQUARE 711-2944

family planning provision of the classic pull-on from 20 to 26 inches legal dependents are allowed to draw on this account 1549 S. LANE AVENUE
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SHOPPINGAREASTake time in ladies' sportswear. These (
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AVIS RUSSELLat
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BUD FRETWELL ApartmentsPool .
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'- ENTERTAINMENT NITELY Patios BalconiesWTW '
Carpet Drapes
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Modern Kitchen Appliances
6.00 per person 1 BR FURNISHED
double occupancy
$115 up
Lounge Dine at Biser's Seafood
Rooms with Parking TV Direct Dial' Phone, Olympic 2 BR FURNISHED
$165 up
2' miles from NAS Jax
JWWWEMOTOR 10 mile from NAS Cecil

| | | | HOTEL (Just 5342 off Seaboard Timuquana Ave.)
Main Street Phone 355.3144 PHONE 772.7306

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HistoryDANIEL
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HALE WILLIAMS ((1856-1931)) SURGEON !

A pioneer in open heart surgery, Daniel Hale Williams Scheduled I|

was born in Holidaysburg, Pennsylvania in 1856. His t>
father died when he was 11, and his mother deserted him Jax The NAS Jax a,;

after first apprenticing him to a cobbler. He later Disposal Facility, located .

worked as a roustabout on a lake steamer an as a barber south of the main gate, has

before finishing his education at the Chicago Medical scheduled an auction sale 1
College in 1883. of surplus property on I

Williams opened his office April 4.Registration.
on Chicago's South Side at
a time when Chicago hospitals did not allow Black UWY will be held

doctors to use their facilities. In those days, operationswere at 7:30 a.m. and the ,

often performed on kitchen tables in tenements Y auction will begin at 9 a.m. !

scattered through the Black Belt. Dr. Williams helped Items to be sold are r

put an end to this practice by founding Provident located at the disposal

Hospital, which was open patients of all races.It yards at NAS Jax, NAS
was at Provident Hospitalin 1893 that Dr. Williams Cecil Field 'and NAVSTA

performed the operation ,upon which ,his later fame Mayport.

rests. On July 10 of that year, a patient was admitted to The public is invited to
the emergency ward with a knife wound in an artery inspect the
property
! lying a fraction of an inch from the heart. With the aid of
.
30 YEARS OF
SERVICE come to an end for HMCM Walter Kelc- excluding those under 18
'1 six staff surgeons, Williams made an incision in the zewskl as he and his wife Betty are piped over the side at the Naval and connected with
anyone
1 I I patient's chest and operated. successfully on the artery. Hospital. Master Chief Kelczewski was the Enlisted Assistant Chief of the Defense Property
the Hospital's Military Personnel Department.
Disposal Programs, their
AMCC WILt KEEP Insurance agents, employees and
Buyers +
YOUR tRANMlSrON ,'HEALTHYGU'aran.tee. }. : immediate families.


...,''.,', Warned By CSC *


,, tP. Jax -. Certain insurance employees that these offerings Determination of eligibilityfor ..
companies operating In. the are not sponsored in anyway by CHAMPUS benefits and is-
TRANSMISSIONS southeast portion of, the United the Commission and have no suance of official identification
States are soliciting employees of connection with the Federal 'cards as proof of eligibility are,
Federal agencies to subscribe to Employees Group Life Insurance responsibilities of the individual
"special insurance programs for Program uniformed service.
THE AAMCO WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEE __
) This transmission has been -rebuilt by the licensed Federal_ employees"Letters and literature, directedto :::'l:;,::.:.:..::.:.:<:<:.:.:..::.:.:..::.:..:.f.::.:.:.::..:.::.:.:.:.:.........:.:.:.:..:-.y::::::: ::,.:..::.:.::..:.:...:..:.:.:.:..:.X..h.-.y": :rr::: : : :::::: ?'.:.=...::..::_:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..::H.:.:..::.uuuu:.:.:.:..:;:..........:'"';
AAMCO Dealer issuing tt1is' certificate, utilizing the
AAMCO', "CAR OWNERSHIP" Assembly Set. This employees by these companiesmay ..,:o: -:;1'
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,be misleading since' the :: HONDAOF
certificate the transmission and torque rti x,;
guarantees : "
language may 'give 'the Impression :::: .
converter (if your,car has a torque converter) against that the insurance being r.:::ltLll: i.:;: '
'fa'lure' of material and workmanship. It will be offered is associated, with the I. 1
,t honored by any licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer ,Federal} Employees Group Life ::; HONDA JAXIlllulunalllllltlunllllnuuunntlllll1111ualliIEltlfHff 'I.
Gk.f for as long as you own this. cart provided that it is Insurance Program. .;::.::::.::.:;:, -:" ..'
delivered to any licensed AAMCO Transmission While the Civil Service Com- i 1 1 ... .
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mission has no desire to influence "
Dealer in the United States annually for service within
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;: in their decisions 6425 NORWOOD AVE PHONE 764-241 1
30 days of the Service Date indicated below. The employees 1;; ,
about purchasing insurance
charge for annual service is $13.75 payable at the
of and the replacement of coverage from such companies. tt&ft:::[::::*mir: mm rWi m.t .. 'hS. Y.:;::. ;g,
it
covers
time service the Commission wished to assure tt : :. :*:: : # .. tiatiti SS SYzF u1
transmission fluid and all preventive adjustments.
FREE TOWING at no extra charge ONE DAY SERVICE
available In most cases FREE 19 point. MultI Check
FINANCING available .f necessary with approved credit.
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5300 PHILIPS HIGH 737-3535

1839 NORTH MAIN ST. 355-7671

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SALESMAN ON DUTY
10AAA. TO 6PM. DAILY

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JUST COMPLETED.,
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From.. $22,600-$25l200'vA.FHA Terms ?
.. ': : from Growing Pains
>; VETERANS S2 'Pays All Closing Costs ; ; V
No Down Payment

3 Bedrooms Full Baths-Wallpaper Family on the grow and no place to go? Before you toss in the .,.
a King Size Mastec Bedroom towel, stop! Come on down to the Normandy Atlantic Bank and 1
All Electric Garage Patio Or if want.to
talk over Home Improvement Loan with us. you
.. Ideal Location,Surrounded by x home we're the folks to see. .
I Schools Churchs,Shopping Centers Expressway !1.295 close by add on to your present ,

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All Departments 9AM fo 8PM All Department AMto4PM
BUILDERS PHONE 714-3771 ..' MEMlERFDIC'. n' .:.: I':
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TRAFFIC
j VIOLATIONSJax Wives

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-The following is a reportof Going through stop sign 2 i z
motor vehicle accidents and Other Violations 34 MeetingJax
traffic violations for the period of Ten drivers appeared before /
March 1218. the Traffic Hearing Board on

Number of Accidents March 22.Disposition of the cases The Enlisted Wives Club

,This Period 8 included the following: r of VP-24 met March 14 at the
This Period a year ago 12
Total accidents this One lost driving and parking Bellair Apartments Game Room
108
Total accidents year privileges aboard the station; six in Orange Park with ten mem
through this
bers and four
last were assigned to complete an prospective
period year 83
eight-hour course in remedial members present.
Total number of days since last driving; ten received suspen
injury in a motor vehicle accident sions; none were given warnings;
4 one was dismissed; sixteen were Before the business meeting,
Number of days since an injury fined (U.S. Magistrate); and > < the club welcomed Mrs. Maria
last year at this time 24 seven were referred to com- P L Bennett and Mrs. Joan Hardy of
Number of Violations manding officers for possible the Navy Wives Club of America,
This Period 55 disciplinary action. TOP VP-U SAILOR-AMS2 Philip W. Hampton receives Jax. ,86 as guest speakers.
Speeding 19 Ten drivers were assessed congratulations from Cdr. K.W. Mirise, VP-16 CO, for being named the

Reckless driving 0 thirty-five traffic points. squadron's Sailor of the Month for February. The Youth Committee

presented its upcoming agendafor
VP-24 children. Events

planned for the children include a

., Sock Hop on April 14, an Easter
Egg Roll on April 22, and a
': '/. .';. i :. Father and Son Banquet in May.
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., 60 seconds. $24.95: husbands and wives for April will

be a Wine-tasting and Spaghetti

Dinner Scheduled for Saturday,
April 28, at 6:30: p.m. in the Lake

And like Newman Recreational Building
equipped cameras at NAS Cecil Field. Tickets for
the event will be available next

week.A .



costing $20 more. / St.Progressive Patties Day Supper"HardTimes" was

sponsored by the Club March 17.

In keeping with the theme, the
The magic in Polaroid's Square Shooter 2 Built-in flash for inexpensive! \: ftash utxs. courses included green salad,
; Land camera only begins with the picture in After every'!shot,the flashcube rotates to the
green beef stew, corn
pea soup
x In this will also find .
a minute. camera you nextpnition.Whenitisusedupitstopsatansophisticated and cake.
whacky
equipment you might expect in angle to tell you so. (And this camera reads pone
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to
for you automatically.) : .
eye and electronic l Jiufter. The VH.,.firnkrsMxxMhnlhcrxci.inrMnJ.yu.n." ... 1 wartz and Mrs. Pat '''Sorrels.
.. .. eye automatically reads the light and sets the i ? Second prize was awarded to POI
Ingenious.face-in-square tiewfinder. Another ,. .
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shutter for correct (even for flash). '
exposures Mac Sorrels and Sch
Polaroid I imcntionjust I look through Mrs. Dottie
Other cameras at this price use a simple
the viewfinder and fit the little to thesubject's wartz.
square w
mechanical I shutter Our electronic I shutter .
C. It the best distance ,
'
ace w
gives you .
has a.range from l/2 second to 1/500th It's
for most shots, the best distance for flash : ...., .
automatic No figuring necessary. Special guests for the eveningwere

.. Cdr.and Mrs.Dan Demand
The executive board meetingwill

be held on Tuesday,April 3 at

.... k,< .:.' 0 the home of Mrs. Loretta
Ekctrn:Y'"'....the' light I uotunlrlaly. 0Sholr" M .11 .X11 .LM Kummerfeldt. '

The next business meeting will .

3.knknt" hn. And Polaroid's inexpensive square film. .be held April 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the i

J Special element lens. Most cameras at Strictly color. You can.ave up to 25tf"on Bellair Apartments Game Room !
this price have an inexpensive "fixed focus" every shot over our rectangular color film. in.Orange Park. j
wS T lens. Ours is a true focusing I lens!, from 3V4 |In fact, you can save almost enough on
gto: feet to infinity every K shots to pay for 2 more -

Our Square Shooter 2. Beautiful 60 second .
color!shots from one\ of the most sophisticated ,1,' .: NAVYWIVES.
A w .: cameras you can 'find under$50. ,
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$24.95. -
Only
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Is there any other way to take picture !'' /
Electronic khutur set ixpoMi'*suIiirn Really. BuiK.in Hjsh, for.-..,."n.I.Jou"j" : **'.: :,..'V' OUR-
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private homes. Work you
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1i1 Practical Nurses Aides

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Monday,April 2 Harvard Beets.Combination. Mashed Potatoes, French
Minestrone Soup, Baked Ham Salad Tossed Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,
with Sweet Potatoes, Chill Con Salad, Large Chef Salad Bowl, Great Northern Beans, Buttered
Carne with Rice, Liver with Fresh Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Peas, Okra and Tomatoes. ...
Onions, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fruit: Jello Plain Cottage Peach Cream Pie, Apple Pie,
Fried Ocean Perch. Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Spice Cake, Assorted Puddings
Mashed Potatoes, French Sunset Salad, Bean Salad. Friday April fr
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Egg Custard Pie, Apple Pie, Clam Chowder, Trout L -
Turnip Greens, Field'Peas, Coconut Cake with Icing, Almondine, Country Steaks with
Bettered Squash.Combination Assorted Puddings. Yellow Rice, Stuffed Peppers
Salad, Tossed Wednesday,April with Creole Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped
Salad, Large Chef Salad Bowl, Cream of Chicken Soup, Baked Sirloin, Chicken Fried Steaks
Fresh Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Meat Loaf with Creole Sauce, with Onion Gravy.
Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Breaded Pork Cutlets with Apples Mashed Potatoes, French
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Beef and Pork Chop Suey Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,
Waldorf Salad, Sliced Tomatoes. with Rice, Broiled Mackeral. Stew Tomatoes,Mustard Greens,
Almond Cream Pie Apple Pie Mashed Potatoes; French Blackeyes. '
Devil Food Cake, AssortedPuddings. Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple
Buttered Cauliflower, Seasoned Pie, Lemon Cake, Assorted
Tuesday, April 3 String Beans, Pinto Beans. Puddings.
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Tomato Soup, Roast Beef Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple NOTICE V.
Round on Block with New Pie, Strawberry Short Cake, The Food Services Board has
Potatoes, Chicken Stew, ChoppedVeal Assorted Puddings. received notice from the con-
Cutlets, 7 oz. Chopped Thursday, April cessionaire for the civilian
Sirloin, Surf Cakes with Hush Bean Soup, Fried Chicken, cafeteria that there will be an
WITH SUMMER ON THE WAY, everyone should, guard exposed
Puppies. Macaroni with Meat Sauce, increase in food prices effective ,
skin surfaces against sunburn. There are exceptions, however. What
Mashed Potatoes, French Baked Franks with Potato Salad, April 2. The price increase is
would TH IS to ?
NAS Jax sailor want young lady cover up
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Stuffed attributed to a marked increasein '
Baked Egg Plant,Buttered Corn, Crab with Cole Slaw. wholesale food costs. "
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'. service members who are denied

without having to stand by. !c'" ance age entitlement benefits 65 remain to under hospital eligible Medicare l insur for at


CHAMPUS. In order to obtain
benefits, however, beneficiaries!'
If Eastern in this situation must have an 1
you fly Stand-by on : V
between 9 pm and 6 am ((10 pm in some > continuing identification eligibility.To card showing. thejr ;

cities) you stand an excellent chanceof
obtain this card they must 1 a
seat without having to-stand
getting a
present a copy of the denial of
around and wait for it. entitlement to Part A benefits J
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.Off Hour Flights than any other carrier.. r rtJox's .
But the main reason is that fewer

people want to fly late at night or earlyin GreatestFURNITURE

the morning.
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of planes scheduled during these L < : # a

hours, we almost never have a lot of I
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So if you want the 50% discount ?; k r

that goes with Stand-by, but you don't QPN

want the wait,try Eastern between 9 pm

and 6 am ((10 pm in some cities). N x :; :

It's the best way we know to beat
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'tII;. :1. : : Jax The NAS Jax SERVMART will mark Its 15th Anniversary ;'J
-Pi'';' :. today with a sale lasting from 8am.to 3:30p.m.: .
: ; Items on sale will include picture frames, wrenches, inspection :
mirrors, oil cans, napkin dispensers and clocks.
The SERVMART was established in March 1958 as a Stop and Shop
(a segment of Shop Stores). \>,

,, One warehouseman and a supervisor were assigned, with approximately 1f j
'v 1,000 square feet of working area. The stock was
restricted mainly to office supplies and consisted of some 300 items
r with no bulk storage facilities.The .

original concept was not "self-service", as it is today, Instead, .
the assigned warehouseman filled requisitions presented by the
customer through the service window at the Stop and Shop Store. ,i, .
In 1963,the Stop and Shop complex was expanded and converted to a .
true SERVMART with the customers being permitted to shop on a HI.7f121& .
:.ri: -j;! self-service basis.This expansion phase consisted of the acquisition of ,

an additional 1,000 square feet of working area. .; \
An additional 500 items of stock were added to the shelves,including
a carried.limited quantity of forms and janitorial supplies. not previously I iitj

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The SERVMART experienced further changes and expansion in 1967 ..I.-;"
with the introduction of'new shelving,flooring
and
lighting
painting.
SERVMART carries many of the forms and envelopes for'Paperwork" f
Four hundred items of hand '
tools were added in addition to numerous .
other new items. ,
ROBERT
IRWIN labels yardsticks J
in th stockroom.. Today,the SERVMART includes approximately 6,500 square feet of
sales-customer area,5000 square feet of bulk storage area, 500 square
Let's feel of office and processing area, and some 1,850 line items of stock.
The SERVMART experienced an outstanding year in 1972 with
help 145,5001ine items issued.Sales for the same period totaled$558,840.00, !
reflecting a monthly sales average of $49,070.000 L i1-I
each Fifteen years old and constantly improving, SERVMART continuesto
contribute toward the overall supply effectiveness of NAS Jax,

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THE shoppers in f finding,and selecting their merchandise. (
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,No travel' is required.. We offer a comprehenslve '- A sales background and a college degree
three-year training program are .desirable but certainly not essential,. This Week
with excellent fringe benefits. There Is,an Several of our men 'have college ,degrees. l PluF.E.T. /
opportunity for rapid advancement.. Others are high school graduates. We have 1.76 to 1.31'1
Of the men in our local office, several earn successful men under'25 years of age. OtherIn FGJi.60xi4 ALL OTHER SIZES a.
excess of$25,000; per year and others earn successful men in our organization are / EFGJL.60xi5 PROPORTIONATELY )
between S10,000and$25,000. In recent years grandfathers. We have no. particular RAISED UTTER WHITE TIRES LOW V
our top salesmen have qualified for requirements, are looking for honest ALSO AVAILABLE AT
meetings in Hawaii; San Francisco; hard-working men (and possibly women) DISCOUNTPRICES +.
Quebec; Caracas, Venezuela; and a who meet people well" and who will work and _
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Caribbean Cruise._ Early In 1974 we are follow our proven sales system.
flying to Spain and Italy. Take five minutes to investigate this :i ao] [

We pay a starting salary up to$1,000 per challenging, satisfying' and rewarding. i((4:
month. A commission. bonus plan makes It career. o '1y_ '
possible to earn in excess of $20,000 the,first. _
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year. After the Initial three-year training _
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179 DUMPLINGS or 794

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V Lb. Club'Steak with Baked Potato ,..and any 2 vegetables Bread,and Butter

LUNCH 11 AM.til 2 PM DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM
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Jax-After years of work, 'Mary Gaffaney of South POWs

Miami savs the chicken_ _noodle_ soup she makes nut of a
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Jax-The three area Navy
Even though her seven-course Mary knew it. No practice is Wives Clubs of America branches

dinner consists of seven pieces of allowed once competition starts- hosted a pot luck dinner at the

southern fried chicken purchasedat not even on off days.In Jax 86 clubhouse Monday night

a local chicken parlor, Mary the past 26 years, this for two POW returnees.The .
Gaffaney isn't a complete failure. Floridian has compiled nearly returnees attending were

She's the World Champion 16,500 flying hours. Most of her Cdr. Pete Schoeffel and Lt. Erv

Aerobatics Gold Medal Winner air time has been spent in Williams. Each received a

and she'll be just one of the many teaching. She is a qualified instructor standing ovation when in-

performers at the Air Show here in propellor craft, 4 troduced by Capt. William G.

April 1415., helicopters and sailplanes. dp y' 'k Sizemore,NAS Jax CO,, and each
In a story published recently in Mary confesses to being one of made a statement of thanksgiving.

Sports Illustrated the the world's worst cooks and a stand ready to the 80 attending
HEADING FOR COLLEGE Nine VP-16 "Eagles" Among persons
author says the Gold Medal poor driver.As further their education through Navy programs. Shown are: (Front the dinner were: Admiral

winner could do nothing right. a beginning driver (age 18) Row L-R) AME1 Jerry L. Brown, AMS1 Thomas Griffith, AWl E.W. and Mrs. Schoeffel, Cdr.

Cooking, gardening, swimmingor Mary was afraid to turn left Hill,ADJ1 Rolland L. Arnold, AXCS Wayne L. Steed. Back Row: AWl Schoeffel's parents; RAdm.

driving-she was prepared to across traffic. Instead, she would James E. Edwards, AEC Athur J. Wilson, AMH1 Harry M. Lanoue,' Lawrence R. Geis, COM-
foul anything on earth. But drive a block beyond and make
up AT2 Joseph L. Kendrick. Arthur Kendrick .was selected for NESEP FAIRJAX;. Capt. and Mrs. John
OVER the earth was something three consecutive right turns to
Field CO and
Marshall Cecil
and the other "Eagles" will loin ADCOP. ,
else.Mary get on the proper heading. sponsors of Cecil Field Branch
is almost unstoppable in During her driver's test the
121; Capt. and Mrs. William G.
the field of competitive aviation. examiner asked her to turn left Slates ElectionJax and
JOWC Sizemore, NAS Jax CO
Last year she entered the World across traffic. You guessed it- sponsors of Jax 86: and former
Aerobatic Championship at Mary stalled in midstream. Capt. and Mrs. Carl
sponsors
Salon-de-Provence in and Coleman Powers (VP-16));
France Mrs. Diane
,
When the examiner told her to Simenson and Mrs., Reginald
flew home with the Gold Medal, chairman of the JOWC Corresponding Secretary:
park parallel on a street devoid of Berry.
has Linda Mitchell (VP-24)) and Pat
the best in the "over all" com Nominating Committee,
other the club
vehicles, Mary missed the In other Jax 86 news,
petition.The presented the following list of Frame (NAS);
curb by a car's width. The will hold a coffee tomorrow at 10
international candidates for the Treasurer: Pat Watson
JOWC Board
competitionis
out andafter : the clubhouse Enterprise
examinergot pacingoff a.m. at 716
known to be the toughest the distance from the car to President: Jackie Howard (COMFAIRJAX) and Joyce Ave.
anywhere for a stunt pilot and (VP-24) and Nancy Tartalton Beebee (VP-24)),
the curb said if enlisted
"Lady, you'vegot These nominees will be All wives of personnelof
(VP-56))
the nerve to come down here ; the Navy, Marine Corps .or
the JOWC 4
First Vice President Carol presented at April
I and try to get a license the way : Hat Function at the NAS Coast Guard, active or retired,
Crazy
Smith (NARU)and Debbie Leslie
HONDA you drive,I guess I've got enough Officers Club and nominationswill are'invited to come out and find
(FICEUR) Second Vice
nerve to let you have one." President: ;Thelma Teichmann also be accepted from the out about NWCA. A local sewing
shop will present a fashion showat
MOTORS& CYCLES CO.
Yes, Mary Gaffaney is a failureat (MATSG) and Nancy Robbins floor
4949 BLANDING BLVD. ______ ,. the coffee. .
PHONE 771.8244 some things, but certainly not (VP-5); I "J J .J J .J :r-.r-7 _
at aerobatics. Come out'and see Recording Secretary: Carol

for yourself April 1415. ]Kane (FICEUR) and Beth
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Points Fish foxes .Burgee Jackets f j
*Hardware *Shns Table Wear vivtuot"
>Repair Materials tAcceiwrtes Other Goodies
REPOSSESSION SALE
WET STORAGE'MARINE HOISTS-HUU. SERVICE>YACHT BROKER
EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE. INBOARD,
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS MOTORS CANOES and TRAILERS

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I ,.. BOATS,MOTORS'CANUES ie69 : SUNDAY

1967 PONTIAC FIREBIRD ::::' 1972 KINGSWOOD ::: Thunderbird.Starcraft.AAfg .Trojan Grumman .Craft
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Fair, radio, heater, needs Mobile home 12 x 52, 2
some work, reduced for :: bedroom completely fur ::::

quick sale :: nished, carpeted throughout
1972 HON'DA CB350
BOOK OUR :::: SOLD OUR ::::
VALUE PRICE ':::: NEW PRICE :::: Needs some work
:::: :::: BOOK OUR

$1100 $895 :.::.: $5600 $5195 :.:..::. VALUE PRICE

.0::: 1970 FLEETWOOD .:.::' $750 $450 D scauNTSS.

?:: Mobile home 12 x 64 with ::
1972 FORD GALAXIE V :: 1972 HONDA CL350
: expando living room, :
Stereo radio, heater, AC, PS, :::: completely furnished, a real:. :::: ,Good condition and ready to
PB, vinyl top, low mileage f::;: buy r :::: go
BOOK OUR :: SOLD OUR :: BOOK. OUR
VALUE PRICE ':: NEW PRICE :::: VALUE PRICE FOURS-18x14Blcktfl98)

$3295 # $750 $695 os'T'
$3400. A';.. .. $8000 $5995

1972 PEACHTREE :: 1972 HONDA CL 175, N Nsvt 4 PLY POLYESTER 1495

;f': Mobile home '12 x 65, 2 ::; Good condition, weak battery B.78x13

1971 CHEVY VEGA ?::r bedroom, kitchen furnished, :: ', 1 PLY NYLON 650x13 90.98Arthur

2 door, radio, heater, 3 speed ,:y brown & cream. like new :J::;: BOOK OUR

BOOK OUR '.r::: SOLD OUR ::? VALUE PRICE Fulmer-t TRACK STEREO Tape Player. _'32'.951
V LUE.PRICE. ::: NEW PRICE :s.::.: $550 $395 .

$1575 $1295 :I:# $8500 $5995 ::
GABRIEL ]ACKERS $44's.
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: 16'/2 ft Travel trailer, self : : .
: r | POLYESTER STEEL4 plus Steel Belted FiB-14 121.951|
1972 MGB ROADMASTER :, cont, very good cond, In. price when you

Radical: AM-FM, 4 speed, >:' eludes Reese hitch sway : DISCOUNT SPEED EQUIPMENT

torinea uncover: ; control & brake resistor : can get it ROCKET RACtNG ELS-INTERNAT.IONAL.CRAGAR
OUR I:: KEYSTONE MAGS-GABRIEL JACKER AIR SHOCKS
BOOK,:. ,. OUR ::; SOLD -
VALUE' PRICE PRICE ::: -. '
NEW for less.. V All prices

'$2700''M\4JAXNAVY" $2395 :::: $3075 $2595 _, M-H plus tax

instant credit E LOcations
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,4 Publisher : CLASSIFIED( ADVERTISING Movie Schedule


; J AIR NEWS !

';NAS Jacksonville,0 CALL, : 387-3566 '
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v ;AdS should be mailed M IB M
to arrive not later than
LATWINGER TueSday for publication the following Thursday

NAS Cecil Field Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be Thursday, AJarch) 29 Sunday April
published"
publisher' is the Instructed fOllowing week unless the NAS: "THE FRENCH: CON NAS: "THE POSEIDON

_ C'V'ERTISING otherwise. A check or NECTION" Crime Drama ADVENTURE" Adventure
money order ,
OFFICE for the ful. cost of the ad must be ,
4747 San Juan Avenue received WITH the copy for the ad Starring Gene Hackman and Starring Gene Hackman and

Fernando Rey. "R" ((105 min.) Ernest Borgnine. "PG" ((117
-i Jacksonville, Florida RATE: m i n I mum h .
Peraddifionalline/wordsperline c are(J "lintl) 12M HOSPITAL: "A MAN FOR min.) '
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EMPLOYMENT" 'jVSJ&JMtteift.c. ,. ::':G G's ?-t :: AUTO AI R-CON D. SERVICE ORANGE PARK Friday, March 30 GIRL" Comedy, Starring Sandy
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: f .'1lic,, Room Units. Central Units, Tyler 2BR Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dish NAS; "TROUBLE MAN" Duncan and Anthony Roberts.
Heating. & Air Conditioning, 4711 washer Drapes, carpets, Elizabeth Action Drama, Starring Robert "G" ((93 min.HOSPITAL.)

TEMPORARY JOBS Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161. Apts., 771-1465 or 7713355. Hooks and Paul Winfield. "R" ((99 : "THE
FOR NAVY WIVESAll
office skills needed. Long and WILMAR APARTMENTSAir min.) POSEIDON ADVENTURE"

short assignments. No fee. We pay GARAGE SALE Conditioned, 2 bedroom. Living HOSPITAL: "THE FRENCH. Tuesday April 3

you. Starts 10 A.M. Sat Mar. 31st at 3618 room. Kitchen Bftstnook, parking CONNECTION" NAS: "FROM RUSSIA WITH

XTRA HELPERS 376-5188 Red Oak Circle, Orange Park. space for 2 cars, water sewage Saturday March 31 LOVE" Adventure Drama,

NAVY RETIREDIf $120.garbage, Unfurnished, lawn service.$100. plus Furnished 4 percent NAS: "BEAU JAMES" Starring Sean Connery and

you're willing to work 3 days a week REGISTERED ST. BERNARD sales tax. 387-2541 weekends, 389-0744. Drama, Starring Bob Hope and Daniela Bianchi. '"PG" ((115

(M.T.W) you can fish 4 days. $100, 10 Wk\771.old.8278.female Vera Miles. "PG" ((105 min.) min.) :.. '5
more If you want to earn It. Send brief
HOSPITAL: "TROUBLEMAW' HOSPITAL : "STAR
resume to P. O. Box 245 Orange GIVE US A CALL FOR

Park, Fla. 32073.WAITRESSES. 18 OWENS Quick Rental of Your Property SPANGLED GIRL"t

75 h,p. Johnson with trailer incl. Ph. Edward O. Lyon, Broker 389 0361 "

NEEDED 781.4425.UPRIGHT ,' -'. '
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Evenings Wed.-Sat. Food & Cocktail PIANO :. ... S
Waitress 6' P.M. 10 P.M.; and Sun
Good Cond., Best offer JUSTISS TRAILER PARK EXTRA LARGE
from 3:00: P.M. 10 P.M.. CPO Mess,
9"7715515.FIREPLAC 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern
2 BEDROOM
Bldg. 221 NAS Cecil Field. APARTMENTS
trailer and apts. 389-3007,

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYBuild S CLEANED 2 baths 5 closets, separate makeup
COLONY MOBILE HOMES
a second income with a family Tools 8. grate, $25., Ig. window fan SALES& RENTALS,9359103rd St. area, separate dining, area.
business. For appt. phone Paul Glassat $30., Baby crib & mattress, $10., Port. Call 771.0275. Central Air & Heat patio,
2686630. A-Crib $5., 110.volt portable dryer swimming pool & party room.i' t

$40., Baby Car-Seat $S., 264-3970. Also: Large 13 Bedroom
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1971 MOBILE HOME

PART-TIME JANITORS 65x12, 3BR., 2 full Baths, w-w car 264.8102
Evenings$1.91 hr., FOR SALE peting throughout, Cent. Air 8. heat &
389-1644 Modern Couch 96" long, $35:, Studio dishwasher. Part furnished. Take 1800 KINGSLEY AVE.

Sofa-Bed $20., Red Milan Rug, ap- over payments $133 per mo. Call 772- DIRECTIONS: Between Blandmq;
prox. 13 x 18ft., $50., Call after 5, 264- 2570 or 264-8064. Blvd. 8. Orange Park Minutes
2573.
PARTTIME away via new I 1295.

WAREHOU:'EMAN .VANTED ; ;: ... ., -" _\<:":'.( _'" 1S'X40'BUDGER TRAILER
Evening shift; Atlantic Bag & PaperCo. ; w."'! 2 B R.,refinance, =

., 610 E. 10th Street.PROFITABLE > .'YiyYHij:: ':! After 6P.M.,264.6739.

WE BUY& SELL EQUITIESCall
us for quick service THE RETREATThe
OPPORTUNITYPart Morrison I. Taylor Inc. 'Retreat Mobile Home Com
or Fulltlme.National concern 4543 Wesconnett Blvd: munity, wooded lots Club.house'with
offers you 63 percent profit to promotethe 771-3052 737-384 Pool,Lake, underground utilities.5291 "
sales* of their products. Also, Collins Rd., 264 7131.
override :bonus and car. No In- ...
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4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road TRANSPORTATION? n
frontage, 2 to 20 Acre tracts. Land is $:;.#*#,*" ':;.''tm; : .m;mm smti.. Why Fight

the best 'Investment for the future. BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY
T.V. REPAIRMAN Other tracts available over Southwest Used VW's compacts other foreign
work,hours to suit
Part-time
6566
Jacksonville makes. Astro Motors NormandyBlvd. 7l
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384 5284. Wynne Realty of Florida 7814978. "'-
389-5514 389.8507

AIRCRAFTREFUELOPERATORSFull '71 HONDA C8350 q }f It ?

or Part-time will, train. Jaxs QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY New King Cole Mufflers Sissy Bar. & 1JTRAFFIC
Corporation 778-1611, Mr. Welch.SECRETARYPARTTIME. Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. 2 helmets, good cond.. 771.1166, $550. .

Edward O.Lyon Broker 389.03613BR.

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Shorthand & typing. 9:00 to 1:00: San ., FENCED YARD Good Cond., Radio,Wood Grain Vinyl.
Juan area. Call 786.7700.Ml5CELIANEOUS. Double.Car garage, dinette, range 8. Dash "Pop Open" rear windows

_.. ....y.,...,.., ..".-"", .., << ref rig.. Boat trailer hitch, $950.00 Phone 771-
1{ } VanSandt Realtor 387.1213 7936.

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KIRBY VACUUM'CLEANER Residential, Lots, Acreage 2Dr. HT, Auto., Air PS, White Walls' ,
Responsible party take up pmts of $5.a Chas.Mobley. Realtor 284-9365 radio, asking $1600. 3892195. y
month. Call dealer. .
772,8936.A Lee Duncan,Associate 264 6861 \

'47 VW SEDAN
recorded message by WHITE FENCE FARMS
SCOTT EDWARDSTells in the heart of Arizona's Very good cond., new tires 8. paint
you how to be a finest(located farming and hunting country, $659., 264.8141 or Cecil Ext. 8424.

DISC JOCKEYcall near historic Safford (County seat of J1Of
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1971 DUSTERV8
355-2944'any hour. Approved for Graham County.) Great year-round I \
318 Engine, AT R&H,W W Tires --
veterans. Columbia School of climate. 1 A acres, $1,100 low write terms.to 24,000 ml. $1995. Ph. 765-7618. \.ILl .
Braodcasting. San Francisco. Not For full information,' please

affiliated with. CBS Inc. Course by Mrs. A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., IMPALA
48
home study Street Phoenix 85006. Course.
North 7th
2233 4-Dr. Hard Top AT Air, PS, Radio.

New Paint. $1295.00.
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX CALL A SHIPMATE 4738 San Juan Phone 389-7616 r:::::=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=:=:::::=::::::::;'j
Joe Roplak (RET Navy)
Fabrication in rescreening window
Licensed Real Estate Salesman '48 TEMPEST LeMans Cpe. aW wo, r5NORMAND'f
8. pool
screens screen doors patio ,
Representing V-8, Auto., Air Conditioner. Buckets 8. <<
enclosures aluminum roofs 8 car
Blanding Agency lnc.Realtors console $1095.00
ports, free estimates. Owned &
Home 781-7715 Office 771-9513 4738 San Juan Phone 389-7916 ....
operated by: Norman T. Abrams.
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USN retired. Paul Tlnney. 2568.Edison '46 VW SEDAN yj ;.:$
Ave., 3841242. 2BR.CEMENT BLOCK HOME ..
Speed, Radio. Real clean. Low ::
Good Cond., large high dry fenced mileage 66 Bug, $795.00. From the Bases and Orange :::: :::;:

SINGER,ZIO ZAG yard, eat-In kitchen Ph.air: 389-0769.conditioner 4738 San Juan Phone 389-7916 Park'its now only minutes and :'::+: tUrd.. :t

1972 Console Model l sewing machine, Lake Shore $14,000. -one light to Beetle.bargains at :: ceci NAS L W: ::::
like new. Makes, buttonholes over '66VWSQUARE BACK WAGON
Westside Volkswagen.: :: FIELD = ::
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castsappliques, darns sews on Radio. Heater Good Solid
buttons, etc. Need someone in area to IN REAL ESTATE MATTERS 4-Speed.transportation. Special at, $595.00. ..Take the "293 Expressway :::1 r g ::

assume $64.80 balance or $9.20 per Call Agency Wayne Shrum Inc.Realtors 4738 San Juan Phone 389-7916 to Normandy Blvd and Lane ::: N 4A: :::1

month. Phone 3981683. Ask for Credit Blanding 771-9513 Ave. It's a nice trip and so are :::: 1 :;:::
Manager. Will deliver no obligation. DUNE BUGGY SPEC. the savings. ;# :'
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BEAUTIFULSTEREO BYOWNER Call Howard 384-41U ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:;::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::;::' :::
enclosed porch, 2BR
$68.40 at 3BR Sep. DR.
Take.over layaway balance ? .
$17,
$9.60 per month. Stereo Component apartment In rear.. Equity 384-2488.buy; OO. ANTIQUE FANCIER WESTSIDE
with automatic changer headphone $82 mo. Call 388 2284 or '53 Chevy. 4-Dr. Belair Body tow-

lack plays all size records, dual vYY away.
speakers. Phone 398-1683 ask for Call Howard .384-411 VOLKSWAGEN INC. :

layaway. dept. Free home trial' Let's see if wt can sell these wrecks \

'. this weekend. :
SERVICEMAN3Br. 1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH7815511JAX .
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THANKS FOR HELPING YOUTH Cdr. Richard T. Schoonover, (Right), AIMD Officer, acceptsa father, ADJ1 Strickler, the Pack's Assistant Cub Master. Mrs.
Certificate of Appreciation to AIMD sponsoring Cub Scout Pack 251. Expressing their thanksare Strickler (Left) is a Den Leader.
LCdr.M. E. Clark (Left), Cub Masterand ADJ1 Stickles,Assistant Cub Master. The Pack meets
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Mrs. Warwick. LCdr. M.E. Clark, Cubmaster, is' shown in
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( background. celebration are: Seated (Facing Camera) Capt. and Mrs. William G.
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li; = VP-45 & Hawks Meet For Basketball Title '

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'I 45 and the Hawks of lead. their win over Medical scoring 25 of his 37 points an 86-64 margin. The only
( Hospital both made their Fouls played a big partin when he collected 31. He but Lynn Klein and Ellis way VP-16 managed to
way into the finals of the the game when VP-45 was backed up by Paul Cooper brought the Hawks beat Hospital was at the
NAS Jax, Intramural collected on 17 of 24 at- Malloy's 18 points, Kevin back with hot second half free throw line. They made
( Championships last week tempts as the Hawks could Lover's 14 and Rickey performances. Klein 20 of 30 attempts to
and played for the title last manage only two attemptsat Pruett's 10. j scored 24 of his 36 points in Hospital's' eight of 16.
Tuesday night but the the line, one of which Don Johnson had 30, Dan the second half while Kent Williams took over
results were not availableas they made. Schellhase had 17 and Cooper was scoring 12 of high scoring honors for
the Jax Air News wentto Other Pelicans who hit Stephen Douglas 13 for his 18 at the same time. Hospital in this game with '
press. for double figures in the Medical. Rester Bryan also con- 25 while Jack Anderson
The Pelicans took a 21-0 game were James Delk The Hawks made their tributed to the win with 20 scored 31 for VP-16.
record into the cham- with 16, Rickey Pruett way into the finals by points. Hospital's third and final
pionship game after with 14 and Paul Malloy winning two games before After losing to VP-45, the win came 71-63 over VP-24.
winning all 18 regular with 12.Lynn. their loss to VP-45 and one Hawks ran into their rival :Mark Sheldon was high
season games and three Klein had 33 pointsfor afterwards when they team, Hospital, in the man in the game when he
playoff games. The Hawks the Hawks. Howard were dropped into the semifinals and when it was scored 32 for VP-24. Ron
went into the game with an Lind and Ellis Cooper losers bracket. all over the Hawks had a Dannecker added 20 for
18-2 record that included added 12 each and Rester Their first win in the 92-71 win and another shot the Batmen while James

I '..':\- one regular season loss Bryan collected 10. playoffs came against VP- at VP-45 in the finals. Kaelin was top man for the
and one loss in the The other victories in the 24, 103-76. The Batmen Lynn Klein had 27 and winners with 27 points.
playoffs.The playoffs for VP-45 came kept things close in the Rester Bryan 18 for the Other games in the
one loss the Hawks against Hospital and first half and only trailed Hawks while James playoffs saw Medical down
suffered in the playoffscame Medical. The win over by eight at halftime but Kaelin had 21 and Bryant Communications 80-63
'at the hands of their Hospital came 100-61 and they couldn't keep up with Fuller 17 for Hospital when Don Johnson scored
eventual foes in the finals, the win over Medical came the Pelicans in the second Hospital made their wayto 24 and Stephen Douglas
VP-45.'Ed Lackey picked a 84-64. half. the semi-finals and third scored 21; and VP-24
good time for his best In the win over Hospitalthe Leading the Pelican' place in the playoffs by dropped Medical 100-72
performance of the year Pelicans were led by attack were Lynn Klein winning three games after when Ron Dannecker and
., when he scored 43 points James Delk who scored 30 with 35, Rester Bryan with their opening loss to VP-45. Mark Sheldon each scored
and led his team to a 89-75 and Rickey Pruett who. 20, Howard Lind with 16, Their first win of the 27 points for the winners
'I win over the Hawks. had 21. VP-45 couldn't Ellis Cooper with 12 and playoffs didn't come easilyas and Don Johnson scored 32
VP-45 built up an 11 point seem to miss the basket in Joe Ruggiero with 10. they fell behind Com- for the losers.
lead at halftime and the this game as is indicatedby VP-24 had three men in munications 43-30 at the
Hawks were unable to their free throw totals. double figures with Mark half before coming back
overcome that lead in the They made 24. of 28 attempts Sheldon scoring 28, John and winning 7673.
.l; second, half. Lackey for an 86 percent Butts. 24 and Ron. Dan-. Hospital tied it up- in the
... picked 26 of his.43 points accuracy. pecker'16. third quarter when James
; in the first half to help the James Delk was again The Hawks second win Kaelin scored 10 of his 22

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ft* : the'first when they fell scored 10 of his 18.. "I don't tan wttat the capUIn uMIN -
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othing tee's a newcomer LEAGUE
Jax--N who won high W L OFFICIALS and better for at least 21 games
golfer off more:. than to gross. WEAPONS ..4 0VP.16 NEEDEDJax for men and 130 or better for at
play the front nine at a WOMEN'S NEWS 3 1 If you are interested in least 21 games for women is
nice pace and then get The results of the Best VP-45 2 1 officiating softball games, your being maintained. Averagesfrom
services are needed for the upcoming the Fall 1972 leagues may
NARF
bogged down on the back Nine Tourney held by the 2 2 intramural softball be used.
.
NARJAX 2
nine due to cutting in at NAS JAX Ladies Golf VW-4 2 1 3 season. Clinics are being held Qualifying will begin on April 2
No. 10 without permission.There Association the 20th are NDRC 0 5 daily and there's still plenty of at 12:30 p.m. in the NAS Jax
may be a slim as follows: 1st Flight NATIONAL LEAGUE Urns to learn if you've never Bowling Center and will continue
officiated before. Call the April 4-5 beginning at the same
excuse for the guilty ten. Ellen Ropiak (Net 32)) and W L Athletic Office at Ext. 3239 for time.
percent who can't read or runner-ups Penney FICEUR 4 0 information.
x more '
are uninformed, but what Bennett, Nelda Bradt and NATTC AIMD 3 2 1 2 JUNIOR BOWLER SCORES BIG
about the other 90 percent Alice Mills (Net 36)). Julie MARTD 1 1 QUALIFYING FOR JAX Jax Chester Kuzia, 14-year-
BOWLING TEAM old member of the NAS Junior
who are experienced U.K. won Putts with 31. MATSG 1 1
All personnel on active Bowling League, bowled a three
2nd 1 2 Jax -
FAW ll
Flight Harriet -
golfers? Potter 1 3 duty, attached to units or compmands game set of 247, 248 and 153 for a
Along these lines, I (Net 33th.), runner-up SUPPLY HOSPITAL 0 3TvT. under the cognizance of total of 648. In the first game he
would like to inform the Cookie Kennedy (Net 35)) the NAS Jax Composite totaled 10 strikes, missing only
uninformed and remindthe and Putts Bernie Andersor. Recreation Program, interestedin one pin in the other two frames.
informed that if at the with 31. 3rd Flight Lourie representing Jax Navy in the His second game was 100 pins
D forth-coming 6th Naval District over his average of 148.Chester'soverall .
end of nine you head for Kline (Net 34th, runner- Bowling Championships (men's performance earned him

the 19th hole to have a cool up Sue Sourbeer (Net 35) and women's) are invited to four patches for the day. At the -...
one, priority at No. 10 is and Putts Lillian Jacob register for qualifying try-outs by present time, Chester has high
with 35. calling the Athletic Office in series (648), High game (248), is
lost.The Bldg. 513 at Ext. 3239. second high average ((154) and is

above problems can ............................ ........... ..... ........ Interested personnel should second for most improved bowler
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be easily solved by fitting submit certification of records, (plus 12). Congratulations.,

into the money game a full L Intramural Golf Standings I indicating that an average of 172 Chester! .- .,t...,1
time starter already approved .' ..'

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Local prize winners at SUPPLY 4 W L 0 NDRC W 3 L 0, DR. EDWIN N. ANGUAS.,, ..a .\
the annual Navy Dental "
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BASKETBALL 87 (COMFAIRJAX champs) two the perfect hosts, our local
VA-15 swamped VA72.6853 to weeks ago to earn their shot at dentists "refused" to take any oftheprizestfl

walk away with the station the station title. fact, had it not been G.I. Bill entitlement for fO years of educational l benefits

basketball title. BOWLINGIn for Captain Luther from the high school dropouts and' remaining for college, he said.
.. The new champs jumped off toa an 18 game roll-off last weekto hospital, all prizes would have marginal graduates is bringingmore Veterans and Servicemen are
quick 30-6 first quarter score, determine the team which will been the exclusive property. of the ,"educationally disad- considered educationally

and were never threatened represent Cecil Field in. the 6th civilians. vantaged" back to classrooms, a disadvantaged, it was explained,
thereafter. They enjoyed a 24 N.D. bowling tournament, little Drs. Dick Miller (77) and Lyle Veterans Administration report if. they were high school
point lead at the % mark, but Dale Howard led all local keglers Boyer ((78)) took low gross. Dr. reveals. droupouts, or have not earned a
were outscored 21.12 in the final with a 3357 pin fall good for a 186.5 Jack Crafton received a prize for Administrator of Veterans ,general development
stanza when their subs took over. average. Dale found himself the longest 'drive, Dr. Hall Affairs Donald E. Johnson equivalency certificate. High
Wood had 30 points and Godbey trailing with but three games to Freeburn the longest putt and.Dr. disclosed today that more than school graduates who need
13 for VA 15. Although held to but go; however, he' put together a Bob Romans "closest to the hole. veterans were drawing remedial or refresher courses to

10 points, Gill again dominatedthe snappy 660 series to outdistancethe CDR Dick Hanson almost 20,000"unearned" G.I. educational qualify for higher education also
boards, intimidated enemy field. brought fame to the local dental for free entitlement.
benefits by attending high school are eligible :
shooters and contributed Jack Bedford ((3330 185)); Cliff cadre when he came into the club
numerous assists to the VA-15 Ball ((3253-180.72)), Burl Burch house with the highest gross of and college prepatory courses. G.I. Bill allowances for

cause. (3224 179.6)) and Bob Grazino the day; however, his fame was Veterans who have completeda educationally disadvantagedtrainee
VA-72, the 1st round winners, ((3228 179.3)) are the other fleeting when a civilian collegue tour of military service normally and college students are

received outstanding per- members of the team.Selected as later came in and claimed the earn enough G.I. Bill entitlement the same. The rate 1$ $220 per
formances from "Sully" Sullivan alternate was Beau Beaudry "distinction". to complete four yearsof .month. for single full-time
(22)) and Johnny Koon ((18)); ((3209 178.27)). college, Johnson explained.: trainees,Avith. proportionately:'
however, they (the team as a Although the scores are lower Those who need extra work to higher rates for trainees. :with
whole) could not seem to get than recent years, all members Attention qualify for college can' receive, dependents. However, free entitlement
t*, untracked in the early going. It is of the team have, in the past extra months of G.I. Bill training is' charged
difficult for a team to put it all exhibited, the ability to roll Cecil Militaryand allowances while taking the against education benefits earnedin

together after a deployment. superbly, and will give a good Civilian preparatory work and still have military service.
VA-15, playing in only the 2nd accounting of themselves in the

half of the season, moved throughthe tourney. PersonnelThe

intramural competition GOLF.
undefeated. The only blight on an The Cecil Field Dental nursery, located in

otherwise fine season was their Department hosted the Northeast building 24,is open six daysa MILITARYCLEARINGHOUSE
performance in the' COM- Dental Society last week.The day week for your con
FAIRJAX tournament. VA-15 was featured by an 18 hole golf venience with low rates
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Fred, Merry Rolls 645 Set In-NationalLeague.II\Y. .

I : Bantam Bowling ;'
While Bob ; : ,... ,
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and
: Commodore team in the National William the Splitmakers
AFEES lost
Read with a :
a 200 game. Jack McGee rolled a big 234 to
w"L
League rolled a 645 set chance to
Bowling The second place gain some ground and
Leprechauns lead his Good and Bad team to '
that included a 253 game while also had in turn lost second place when SPARES 35. 13
some big three .
games but they wins over the Busch Buds .
Bob Swain of the Help team in the allowed the Grouches they lost three to the last place STRIKERS 31'j ," '11.
to and into
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win one a tie for third. with the ,
TURKEYS 26 '
Continental.League came up witha and they fell out of a tie with the MARTD team. Lifers .t \ 222
644 set in 'a week where it Pin Busters. William Dunne was David Cavender rolled a 201 as Francisco: Toledo rolled gamesof CURVES 24 : .< :,24 '

seemed like no one could miss.Merry's highest with his 246 game and his NUBS team won three from 206 and 211 but his WRECKERS 23" '.." /25
573 Tripper
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big game and set came set. lie was followed by his the Batmen and Harry Acker team only managed to win one SPLITTERS .21.:. ,(':,.Z1,
when his first place Commodoreteam teammates rolled a 209 in leading FUBARS to TENPINS .18 .' \\30
Billy Smith and Wiley game against the. FICEUR CPO ''
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the second three wins over the WOXOFS. : :
played place Rowsey who
rolled No.
2 team. .
games of 21* '
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FICEUR 5 team. Even with and 206, respectively.. Also in the Pacific League,the Other league action saw (

Merry's scores<<; and Jimmyeruthird's The Marine Barracks team Gutter Rats took four from the FASOTG take threefrom the VP-45
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223 game the Commodores moved into fourth place when Bean Burners with' William CPO team with Casimfro Perez '

only managed a split John Horton rolled a 209 in his 578 Greenwalt rolling a 204 and the rolling a 201 for VP-45 and CAG- '

and FICEUR 5 remained three set and they won three from the Cherry Pickers took, four from 20 won four from the NarJax No. Junior Bowling, ..

and one half games behind the Hawks. Willy Curry rolled a 212 the Wallbangers. 2 team."Intermediate"care. "

leaders. and George Humbert a 201 in a Atlantic League Standing .
Bob Swain led his Help team to losing effort, for the Hawks. The NarJax NO. 1 team took

a four game sweep over the Finishing up action in the full possession of first place in the *
Atlantic League last week with'a I ,. ..
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Boozers with his big set that Continental League were the w. L.:'
included games of 240 and 228. Chasers, who won four from the four game sweep from the Lifers ROLLERS 48Y.z .. ",1554' "
Richard Johnson rolled a 202 in Eagles No. 2 when Neil'Bowman team. The two teams were tied sections in BOMBERS 46 ..18':
for first before this match and the medical wards VA hospitalsare :
an effort to bring a win to his rolled games of 205 and 207, and MIXEP.s .46' 18BREAKERS' ,
with the FICEUR CPO. No.. 1 teaching older disabled veter- '
Boozers team. The four wins left the Eagles No. 3 who won four 29 35
team also four from the ans to be self-sufficient
the Help team four games behind from the Super Stars with Glen sweeping as as pos- LOFTERS 24' 40 ,. ...
VP-16 CPOs, the Lifers fell to sible in caring for their'.own
FINISHERS
the Lea leading Pin Busters. Larson rolling 22Y.z .flY.z
gue a,224.American
third and FICEUR moved into illnesses,and involving membersof SLICERS .
National League 21 43
League second. Johnny Blackburn had a their families in their re-
STRAGGLERS
While Merry was rolling his big The'Hurricanes maintainedtheir 19 4S
217 in NarJax's weep. habilitation.think, .
set in the National League the position on top of the

Top Five team moved from fifthto American League standings last

third in the League with a four week when they took three games

game sweep over the Women's from the ADCOP team. Bill
Lib team. Ballard rolled a 593 set for the win

Jack Hubbard rolled a 229 Hurricanes that included games

game in leading his NAMTD of 216 and' 210. Harold Foster
team to three wins over the Flap added a 200 for the winners while

Jax team. Also'breaking the 200 Gary Hogbin rolled a 201 for

barrier were Harold Ross with a ADCOP.
209 and Richard Hunter with a Don Farrand led his

203. Ross rolled his game when CHAMECH team out of last place

his Rat Pack team won four from when he rolled games of 213, 214
the Pelicans and Hunter's score and 178 for a 605 set and a' four

came as his Radar 17 team won game sweep over the Bees.
three from the Wipe Outs. Mike Hansen rolled a 207 as his

The only other National League Trailblazer team won three from

action saw the Busch Leaguers ADPERS and remained second I I I
climb back'to the .500 level with a place while the Late Chargersheld

four game sweep from the Six down third with a four game
.... Pack team sweep over;the;Pop Tops. '
Continental League The UnCola team .Cinished'up s

Back in the Continental League the American League action witha plan winning night RACE.$ f.:30

where Swain rolled his 644 there sweep from the CommissaryStore

were several other big sets and team.
Pacific League
games.
The VP-45 No. 1 team moved
The Pin Busters came up with a
majority of those big scores when into second place and picked up

they swept all four from the some ground on the league
Hospital team. Pin Busters 'whocouldn't leading Splitmakers when they

seem to miss were Robert won three from the Splitmakers.. .. .,- ', .

Aleshire with a 227 and 567 set, John Cunningham rolled a 200 for ,,}

Mike Connor with games of 202 the Pelicans. i \ k
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by John Landry \7

1 The sailing season is definitely Here's some good news for .Rw: Spring Football Notes

., here. Racing and cruising events those of you who want to learn to .
t i' are happening almost every sail but haven't been able to get
weekend at one club or another in the Special Services course or The Navy Offense set records in four different categories during the
.1 on the river and you can join the haven't had the time for the five t- 4 1972 football season. The Midshipmen hung up new marks for total
fun.If week commitment. The course .<:. offense (3,894 yards), rushing plays ((537), total plays ((823)) and first
you are a beginning sailor for adults is being condensed and downs ((218)).
and want to find out what racing you now can get your Class B
is all about, get a crew and get in card (skipper's qualification) in Coach George Walsh has outlined tenative plans to conclude spring
on the Navy Jax Sail Club Spring as little as one week. The practice with a formal scrimmage on either April 14 or April 17. Welsh
series commencing Wednesday, classroom training will be will, however, discontinue the "Bean Bowl', a game in which the
April at 4:30.: There will be two divided into two three hour winners won steaks and the losers beans.
races each Wednesday afternoon, classes; lesson 1 and lesson 2. c
weather permitting, during April Of the 18 football lettermen who will graduate in June, eleven were
Both lessons will be offered
and May. The station Day Sailers one \ defensive players. From the starting defense against Army, only
each
will be used and no advance night week on varying linebacker 'Charlie Miletich and.safety: Charlie Robinson return.in
reservations will be made. weekdays. Both lessons areI I .. 1973.
required for completion but once '
Boats will be issued on a first
come, first served basis. It will enrolled, you can attend any Navy's 1973 football schedule includes three Saturday night games,-
not be necessaryand class on any week in any order Boston College at Boston on October 6, Tulane in New Orleans on
probably not possible to enter until you get them both. At the November 10th and Georgia Tech in Jacksonville Fla., November 17.
of both lessons
.1. every race. Points will be earned will completion take a short written exam you It will be the first time Navy has played that many; times under the
for order of finish in each lights since the mid1940's.Plebe .
race so which will enable you to move on
obviously the more races you can to the in-the-boat phase of the THE ONLY LUSH that Nancy Serette
enter the better your chances. course. This can be done at any appreciates Is the lush tropical setting speedster Ike Owens, who brought kickoff back 59 yards
The only hooker is that all time at the student's conveniencewith of Sunken Gardens, Fla. near St. against Penn State last fall, capped the indoor tradk,season by winning *
skippers must be members of the a pool of qualified ,in- Petersburg where she models..If you're a Heptagonal championship in the 60-yard dash.Owens'best time
NJSC. This is a simple matter, structors on call. If you catch on not a tropical jungle,and your friends of the winter campaign was 6.1 in a trial heat at the Heps. Owens
however and will
six bucks, for six months only cost$11.50 you quick you can qualify in the boat call you by that cute nickname,It's time played running back, ,wide receiver and returned kickoffs ,for the
or in one short session.The aim of -
to take serious.look
a at your drinking Midshipmen as a freshman last fall
per year. These races will be the course is not to produce ,
followed as often as possible by a polished skippers but to ensure -- ----- HB HH B B"*
clinic in the clubhouse where you know enough to be safe and .r '
experts will be available to prevent damage to the boat. -

. t discuss mistakes, go over racing From that point on you can check C'SI.1R Tire City \J%
II rules and suggest improved the boats out yourself to further
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techniques.The refine your skills. Call Mr. Bud
Lucas, the Marina Manager, at
Intramural Sailing Series extension 3260, for further in-'
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will start in June and this year (formation.
sailing will be included in the

station Ironman competition.The Salling is fun. It can be both \, \ ;
NJSC Spring series is a great relaxing and demanding, but
opportunity for commands to get most of all,one gets a great senseof i
their crews together and get a lot accomplishment in harnessingthe

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