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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: April 5, 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.31 N9. 3 Published In The Interest Personnel of Naval Air"StatloruJacksonvIlle, Florida .APRIL 5, 1973I

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I Local Soaring Club Set For Air Show : I

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, Jax-If you have ever watched an eagle or hawk

wheeling high overhead, rising higher and higher
without moving its wings, you have seen the principle

of soaring.A .
team of these flyers will be on hand here Saturday

I and Sunday, April 14 and 15, as "Naval Aviation, Salutes
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'. ', The North Florida Soaring Fatal soaring mishaps are
Society from Herlong Field will rare, even with beginners, and
glide through the air as part of have averaged no more than J.
the Salute to Jacksonville duringthe three a year.A sailplane can landin
two-day air show.. almost any sort of field or open
The art of soaring is space with little damage since it
exactly like that of the eagle.The is light and has no engine or
pilot of the glider finds a thermal, fuel.
or upward current of air, and is The sailplane is equipped with
turning in circles to stay within the same type of flaps that a
the thermals. he rises.A powered airplane has to .
Sailplane pilot must be decrease speed and to lift or ; .
'licensed.by the Federal Aviation adjust the angle of descent.
Authority and most soaring
centers offer instruction leading If a pilot starts on a cross
'to'a license.Youngsters can even country flight i then loses his air
,,qualify for a student license currents and is forced to land, _
which enables them to fly solo as someone from his flying team
early as the'age of '14. meets him where he.lands. They _

Soaring records are im dismantle the glider, load it _____
pressive: to say the least: 46,000 aboard a, truck, or trailer, and
feet altitude,, and 800, ,miles ,back to the! starting point t they go'' FREE AS A;BIRD- Without haying.to worry about fuel l or enginefailure[ a sailplane from the '
distance nonstop Remember,, ,for iuthcc'tcy.<< :. ,, NQftHiFlorlda; :$barngSociety| ; files' over the Florida country id ,,The ,Sopiety yviU g vdildenion; -,,
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Ja*; The first three Navy ADCOP students have received their Associate

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graduates include: QMC L. Of the 72 ADCOP students, 35 J.Burgener,CTMI R.A.Ceely, .
A. Carrick (AA, General were selected by the College for ATC J.R. Coffman, CTTCS S.S.
Studies),CTTCS S.S. Drago (AA, the Dean's List. Nineteen were Drago, QMC WJl. Ebney, CTTC
Teacher Education) and AK1 J. invited to join the honorary D.E, Freed, AEC D.G. Hall,
E.Pless (AA, General Business). society, Phi Theta Kappa. AWCS M.F. Hannus,HMC R.W.
FJC Officials report that Dean's list students include: Hiley.
ADCOP students have attained a ETC (SS) J.V. Altaro, ETl R. A. Also,AGI G.L.Hogbin,RMCMP.
Grade Point Average (GPA) of Barnes, SD1 R. C. Baroma, .G.vie,CTIC R.A. Kindergan,
3.38 while other students at FJC CTCM H. C. Best, HMC P. PNI V.R.Logan,ATC E.G.Lutz,
s! averaged 228. Bovasso,'AEI M.P. Brogan, DTI CTT2 R, R; Mannel, HMl C. D.
McClure,CTA1 M.G.:McElhiney,

ALL SMILES NOW-John Welch, Henry Storck and Frankie Hall (I I.r I. Will Your Children YNI T.D.McLaughlin RMCS R.
) of FAU COMFAIRJAX are all smiles their skipper;. Cdr. Terry L. P. Murray, ,Ens. G. E. Parrish,
Zackowski,fit a CPO hat on "' 11.The three art among an estimated 60 ACt P. P. Pierpont, PNC G A.
first class petty officers on the base affected by the CMC's message Sbaefer, ,RMC L. M. Schaeffer,
received' Monday authorizing frocking of E-4's, selected for chief Be Ready This Fall ? Jr., AKC J. F. Scott, ETC H. L.
Welch, an AMH attached to Career )Jnformation Storck, an HT and Seller,AWLS R.C.Taylor, CTCMw.
the COMFAIRJAX.Drug Awareness Education Specialist; and,Hall H. Torpey, AE1 R.,M. Whited .
an AK with the staff Maintenance Department,will probably be a little Jax All parents planning to cough, tetanus, measles and and AXC E. R. Workman.
less jovial this afternoon. At that time stationCPO's'will, convene a enter their, children into public or rubella (German measles).
traditional initlation.Storck may have trouble" explaining his name private kindergarten or school Members of Phi Theta Kappa .
being spelled one,way on his name tag and another. on his charge books this.Fall are reminded that they There are no natural include: ETC (SS)J. V. Altaro,
Hall will have to call on all his Supply experience explain. losing his need a copy of the child's birth motivations to seek preventive ETl R. A. Barnes, SDI R. C.
charge book and Welch will need slick. d.f.en..to argue.his wearingof certificate along with the child's services.As parents you owe it to Baroma, AE1 M. P.Brogan, DT1
service dress blues In April. certificate of immunization: your child to see to it that he has E. J. Burgener, ATC J. R Coff
("shot" record) from their the necessary immunizations to man, CTTCS S. S. Drago* QMC.
doctor or'clinic. help him resist the diseases to W. R. Ehaey, AEC D. G. Hall, : if
The certificate of immunization which he may be exposed NOW ,AWCS M. F.'Hasans, RMCM P. ,
a requirement of the is the time to check the (immunization G. Ivie,ATC E. G. Lutz, HMl C. ;,
What About The MIAs ? Florida School ImmunizationLaw program for your C. McClure RMCS R. P. l' !
: ;shows that the child has had child since it takes several Murrary, AC1 P. P. Pierpeet,
the required series of "shots" months to complete the total PNC G. A. Schftefer, l SKC J. F. ... f
aimed at ''protecting the child series of immunizations specified Scott STC H.L. Se&ers sad.AE1R t
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BREAKFAST: Chilled PineappleJuice Applesauce Cake,Coconut Cream Pie.
I Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to TuesdayAprll1D -
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Grilled Ham,Minced Beef, Lyonnalse Hominy Grits Fried Eggs to Order,
Potatoes, Pastry Bar. French Toast w.Syrup, Choice of m w
BRUNCH: at 10a.m. Beef Rice Soup, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Pastry Bar.
Friday,April Salad Bar, Peach Pie, Devils Food Hot Roast Veal Sandwiches, French DINNER: French Onion Soup,
BREAKFAST: Chilled GrapefruitJuice Cake., Fried Potatoes, Brown Gravy Salad Steamship Round of Beef, Natural l EEEliY1G1NAVALAIR
Hominy. Grits, Fried Eggs to SANDWICH LINE: Shipwreck Bar, Strawberry Short Cake, Peanut Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Simmered
Order, French Toast, Choice of Baconor Sandwiches, French Fried Potatoes, Butter Cookies. Navy Beans, Buttered Spinach, Salad STATIONPROTESTANT,
Luncheon Meat, Cheese. Omelet, Tartar Sauce Relish Tray, Dessert SUPPER: Roast Tom Turkey, Bar Boston Cream Pie, Oatmeal
Pastry Bar.DINNER Bar. Cream Gravy, Snowflaked 'Potatoes, Cookies. '
: New England. Clam SUPPER: Pork Chop Suey Egg Foo Cranberry Sauce, Bread Dressing, SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham & Sunday
Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Fried' Young, Fried, Rice, Chow Mein French Fried Potatoes, Buttered Peas Cheese Sandwiches, Potato Chips Divine Worship 8:30:: a.m.
Perch Scalloped Potatoes Onions, Noodles, Seasoned Carrots, Buttered & Carrots Salad Bar, Peanut Butter Salad'Bar*.Relish Tray, Dessert Bar. at All Saints Chapel.
Tartar Sauce, Brown Gravy,Buttered Green Beans, Salad Bar, Devils Food Cookies, Strawberry Short Cake. SUPPER: Grilled Hamburgers or Church School ?:30 a.m.'
Broccoli Simmered Pinto Beans, Cake, Vanilla Pudding. Sunday,April, Cheeseburgers, French :Fried Divine Worship 11 mat) .
BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato Potatoes, Buttered Mixed Vegetables, All Saints Chapel.: -
Juice, Hominy ,Grits, Fried Egs to Cream Style Corn, Salad ,Bar, Oat. Junior Youth Fellowship
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AI S Ft NEWSThe Order, Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Choice' meal Cookies,. Boston Cream Pie,. 12:30 p.m. Senior Youth
of Bacon or Luncheon Meat Wednesday,April 11 Fellowship: :30'p.m..
Scrambled Eggs w.Ham, Pastry Bar. BREAKFAST: Chilled GrapefruitJuice Evening Worship 7.30 p.m.
BRUNCH Cream Of Tomato Soup, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to at the Small Chapel.
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distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Bar, of Ham or Pork Sausage, Baked Pork Tuesday
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing, Company a Lemon Meringue Pie, Chocolate & Beans, Pastry Bar: Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
private firm. All Cookies. DINNER:, Split Pea Soup, Breaded p.m. at
Copy submitted Jor use 'in the JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 750 and
SUPPER Baked Ham, Pork Chops, Cream
Virginia
be : Gravy, Mashed Christian Science Service 8
:. must forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box Z, NAS Pineapple Sauce, Whipped Potatoes, Potatoe, Chilled Applesauce, p.m. at the Small Chapel.
:: Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. Simmered Sauerkraut, Buttered Seasoned Green' Beans, Buttered
: News Items are welcomed from allsources. Telephone: 772-3118 Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar Corn, Salad Bar, Martha Washington NAVAL HOSPITAL
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:' BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange Juice, French Fried Potatoes, Sliced .
; available for purchase NATTCProtestant
use or patronage without regard to -.
&, Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Order Tomatoes, Onions, Lettuce Leaves, .
race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Choice of Dill Pickles, Mustard, Catsup, Salad Service, 10:30: Worship a.m, In
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Ham or Pork Sausage/ Home Fried Dressing, Dessert Bar. Building 500.
h policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the Potatoes Corn Muffins, Pastry Bar. SUPPER: Fried Fish Sticks or
.r. rjfusal to print advertising from that source.." DINNER: Navy Bean Soup Frankfurters w.Cheese, & Bacon, CATHOLICSaturday
Southern Fried Chicken, Brown Steamed Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans, Mass 5 p.m. at
"' Advertisements .are ,solicited by the publisher and queries Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Buttered Cauliflower, Salad Bar, St. Edward's Chapel.
Seasoned June Cran. Brownies, Butterscotch
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Sunday Mass a.m. and 11
concerning such should be directed to: berry Sauce, Salad Bar, Coconut Thursday,April 12 a.m. Daily Mass.Monday,
'.. THE Cream Pie, Applesauce Cake. BREAKFAST) Chilled Pineapple = Tuesday, Thursday andFrldaY.11
It '. HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham. Juice Cooked Farina, Fried Eggs to :30 a.m. Wed-
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 burgers or Cheeseburgers Potato Order, French Toast Syrup, Choiceof .nesday Mass 11:30: a.m. at
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; ..; Telephone 387-3566 Lettuce Leaves, Dill' Pickles, nalse Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Saturday Confessjons 4:30
Salad DINNER: Corn Chowder, Baked
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Stuffed Cabbage. Rolls, Snowfla ked .Brjoccoirspeafs: Harvard' 'Beets, Corn
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IT'S INTENTIONAL R.A. (Bob) Hoover lands his Aero Commander -
Shrike on one wheel and with both engines off, one of the _
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show, April 14 and 15, as Jax opens its gates to the Belted Construction 2 GreraterStabiiity
public. Wide "78" Profile 7-and 111 3B AH Companions to BFC long MtUr

The gates will open at 10 A.M. 9-Rib Tread Design New
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Robert A. "Bob"Hoover, a Sicily and Corsica. He was shot *9.Rib In Sues H-78 and Above. l
world-known test pilot and down and captured on his 59th Smaller.Sizes in 7Rib. \
aerobatic pilot,will put his World mission and spent over a year as .
War II type P-51 "Mustang" a prisoner of war in Stalag'l on d.M
through some of the most daring the Baltic Sea. He has been / I
antics known to date for single 'awarded the Distinguished
pilot flying. Flying Cross, the Soldier's Medal _
Zooming from unbelievable and the Purple Heart.
altitudes to all but touching the Now executive assistant to the ?
ground before pulling back into a senior vice president of North :
"climb", Hoover will do American Rockwell, Hoover .
everything short of breaking the originally joined that firm as an .',. .
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has 19 years in the Navy and plans to transfer to the Fleet:
t.jl1 Reserve 1973. Chief Leasure, his wife Janet and their
, ADJ2 'Ciprlano R. Bucasas in September
Corporal David E. Pate USMC of MB, NAS Cecil Field, recently from Attack Squadron Seventy four children reside in Maxville, Florida.
... reenlisted for a period of,.SIX years with his wife attending the 'Two recently reenlisted for FIVE
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Centrat.-"Air "& Heat patio z your, llJ.@I1l111@P1'/lIl? !I@fJ@IiIIifie
swimming pool t&! party room. '
S Also; Large 1.3 Bedroom '"' can provide additional funds

I 264-8102 $ Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your
money needs are handled the way you want them.
1800 KINGSLEY AVE. Call or come in-we'll do the rest.
i DIRECTIONS: Between... Blanding
Blvd. & Orange Park, Minutes "DOMESTIC FINANCE
away via I>295>
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Petty Officer Kates has been in
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THE AAMCO WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEEThis

transmission has been rebuilt by the licensed AAMCO MOTORS'&CYCLES CO.
Dealer issuing this certificate, utilizing the AAMCO "CAR 4949'BLANDING BLVD.
OWNERSHIP" Assembly Set. This certificate guarantees the PHONE 771-8244
transmission and torque converter (If your car has a torque \6
converter:) against failure of material and workmanship, It will
be honored by any licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer for as 222 LONG
long as you own this car, provided that It is delivered to any r
licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer In the United States DECK RUNABOUT

annually service with In 30 days of the Service Date Indicated International
below. The charge for annual service Is $13.75 payable at the running lights, deck hardware'
heavy duty anodized aluminum
:. time of service, and It covers the replacement of transmissionfluid rub rail &
andall preventive adjustments.FREE interior trim, stainless steel fasteners thru out'
nonskid fiberglass floor, indicator ride, guide DEER SPRINGS
TOWING at no extra charg.ONE DAY SERVICE available' In mechanical deluxe wheel
most cases a FREE 19 point Multi Check FINANCING available If ,lever controls. steering, single ESTATES
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necessary with approved credit.
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5300 PHILIPS HIGHWAY737-3535 CLYDE W. SIMPSON A CO.

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jjji'! Jax-The Chief Petty Officers Wives Club celebratedthe t
Club's fifteenth anniversary Friday night with a t,
I i I 11= Dinner-Dance at the CPO Club. '

Past presidents attending as guests of honor included:

Mrs.. Jerry Sternberg, Mrs. Henry Taylor, Mrs. Casey' l n
r a IEf Coleman,' Mrs Cecil Caneer, Mrs. William Horn, Mrs. \

Bill Gill, Mrs. L.V. Miller and Mrs. Richard Schenek.

Each was presented corsage by Mrs. Stan Rundall, ;

presiding president.

In the past,CPO Wives have worked with mentally ;

retarded and underprivileged children, assisted i'
Jacksonville's Way-Inn home for boys and girls that

have left home, and helped needy familes in the area.

The Wives have; donated wheelchairs and .a dryer j

the Sundland Training Center and a refrigerator to the

City of Jacksonville Recreation Department for use in a i 1

,summer camp for handicapped children. In addition, I
they have furnished lollipops for the shot clinics at the

Naval Hospital for'several years,and presented a table

and chairs to the Pediatric ward. The Club is now in the
of furnishing new curtains' for the X'ray
HONORED ESTS-Past presidents of the CPO Wives Club.attending the Club's 15th anniversary process .
celebration join Mrs. Sue Rundall ((4th from Left) in cutting, the ceremonial cake. Shown (Left to Department. -
Right) are: Mrs. Alice King Mrs. Iro Miller Mrs. Ginger Horn, Mrs. Rundall/, Mrs. Bernadette The CPO Wives Club is a social.:club that holds its \
Sternberg,Mrs. Emma Taylor,Mrs. Pat Coleman,and Mrs. Fee Caneer. regular meeting on the first Monday of each month at (!

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at a tea sponsored by the CPO Wives Club. Shown (Left ,to Right) are: Mrs. Marie Solocumb, ,
president of the Marine Corps Wives Club Mrs. Emma Taylor, president of the Retired Enlisted ./
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Rules on tutoring for GI Bill TiIE t9 1973 CORONA 4 DR. 1
students recently were liberal- $1998 PO.E.
: $2436 P.O.C. E I
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dents in need of tutoring to 1973 COROLLA f "
qualify. MOWSIISWIICOMID GIFTS OF TO JO MILK PER 8AU 1973 CELICA ;

*Nautical Charts: Outriggers *Nautical V/ur. $2898 ,P.* i
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Paints ,.Fish Boxe *Burgee Jackets :3Skii3 !
*Hardware e Table Wear tvurtuOERepalr i
PIED PIPER > Materials *Accessories ,Other Goodies I s t tr7 ts
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KINDERGARTENWESCONNETTUNITED WET S ORAGE MARINE HOISTS. -NULL SE RVICE.-YACHT BROKER s t
EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD, STERN DRIVE. INBOARD
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS,CANOES and TRAILERS

METHODIST 5630 Wesconnett'CHURCH Blvd. PIER 17 MARINA, INC. BUY NOWDEPENDABLE, = f.

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Pier M Franchise Manna! Phon*M7 gyp 9 OPEN SUNDAy. W iu t
READINESS PROGRAM BOATS,MOTORS;CANOES. Every mill is a pleasure rn a tuarjntitd IUd car .'. :
'Huggins. Director Thunderbird. Starcraft.Mfg .Trojan.Grumman .T Craft ".
Mrs.
Mary Choose, ono of this excellent bargains'today. '
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Phonos 771-3157 i i j 7-7 ; i j-r-7-ri f < LiJi1rTMn&tfft&tf&tf '. r I;
Church Office Phone:771-4494 72 TOYOTA Corona AT,AC, R&H $2195''

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I ..'........"..'..', 1 I ""DODGE Pick_ Up Truck AT,AC, R&H $3295 .:l

I 71 DATSUN Camper $3095 i ..
RUSSELLat BUICKSkylark. Grand Sport 400 Loaded,Green $1795 j
the piano barK 69 GRAND PRIX Loaded Beautiful,Green&Blk $2495, .' ..
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0 STONE CUTTING Entertainment Nltely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Blser's Seafood -' AT
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Monday April Almond Cream Pie, Layer -The following is a report
Chicken Noodle Soup, Meat Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted vehicle accidents and
Sauce & Macaroni, Turkey violations for the period of
Cutlets Fresh Pork Ham with Puddings.Thursday,April 12 19-25.
Dressing, Chopped Sirloin, Fish.. Cream of Chicken Soup, Fried Number of Accidents
Mashed Potatoes, French Chicken, Chopped Swiss Steaks period 8.
Fried Potatoes Rice and Gravy, with Onion Gravy,Spaghetti with period a year ago 4.
Buttered Cauliflower, Spinach Meat Sauce, Chopped Sirloin, accidents this year 116.
Corn. Baked Fish with Dressing. accidents through this
Combination Salad, Tossed Mashed Potatoes, French last year 87.
., Salad Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, number of days since last
,' I Cup Plain Jello Fruit Jello, Pinto Beans, Turnip Greens, 1 in a motor vehicle accident
:;.-: Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Beets. 3.
Cottage Cheese,Carrot & Raisen, of days since an injury
-.l Sliced Tomatoes. Combination Salad, Tossed NAVY NURSE RETIRES-LCdr. Louisa Fay Breedin, NC year at this time 31.
: Banana Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit retires after 20 years of active duty with congratulations from Number of Violations
.1 Boston Cream Pie, Assorted Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, R.R. Gillespy, Jr. (Left), Naval Hospital XO and Capt. James period 64.
b1 Puddings. Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit LCdr. Breedin had been Operating 13.
Chief of Surgergy.
Sharp
Cottage Cheese, String Beans,
P,- Tuesday.April 10 Supervisor at the Naval Hospital for the past two years. driving 1.
Minestrone Soup, Pan Roast Tuna Salad. ........ through stop sign 6.
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Beef with New Potatoes, Chicken Violations 44.
Pan Pie, Shrimp Creole over Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple drivers appeared
Rice, Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Pie, Peach Cobbler, Coconut BLACK HISTORYROBERT the Traffic Hearing Board
I. Mashed Potatoes, French Cake, Assorted Puddings. 29. Disposition of the
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Friday,April 13 included the. following:
String Beans, Blackeyes,Squash. Turkey Gumbo Trout were assigned to
Almondine, Baked Stuffed S.ABBOTT 1870-1940
Egg Custard Pie, Devil Food Defensive Driving
Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted Peppers with Creole Sauce, FOUNDER OF THE "CHICAGO DEFENDER"One ; Two lost driving and
Chicken Chow Mein with Rice,
Puddings. Chopped Sirloin, Franks with of the.founding fathers of Black journalism in privileges aboard the
Wednesday.April II for various periods;
Tomato Soup,Baked Meat Loaf Beans. United States, Robert S. Abbott realized a were assigned to complete
with Creole Sauce Baked Crab Lemon Meringue Pie, dream when the first issue of his Chicago course in remedial
,I Cakes with Slaw, Liver with Pineapple Upside Down Cake, rolled off the presses on May 5, 1905.A ; twelve received
Onions, Chopped Sirloin, Baked Apple Pie, Assorted Puddings. native of St.. Simon Island, Georgia, Abbott ; two were given
Mackeral., at the Beach Institute in Savannah, and later did ; none were dismissed; .
Mashed Potatoes, French Notice were fined (U.S.
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Price increases announced last undergraduate work at Claflin University ); and twelve were
Okra & Tomatoes, Peas, Great week will not affect beef, pork or Orangeburg, South Carolina. Some 12 years after to commanding officers
Northern Beans. lamb. however, he took the advice of his stepfather, John possible disciplinary action.

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:: :;i ili $ ;$f : 1 ::::::@ Chicago, he attended Kent Law School, and took a job traffic points.

r a printing house until he completed his law studies

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: I I &$ intially sold on a door-t-door basis. Over the next
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:' 6425'NORWOOD AVE PHONE 764-2419' II 20Ve Pins
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since introduced a daily edition of the paper.: ny E. Tucker
L. Abernathy
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Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-JO p.m. J.. Summers. Jr.
T. Fitspatrick
OPICK.UP & DELIVERY
G. West .
D ROAD SERVICE Superior Performance.
o MECHANIC ON DUTY l lr J. Stevens
I. Geiger _
IllMiW Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS E.. Motes. Jr.. .

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E& ?< QUESTIONSABOUT i

COMPLETE IENDLY I .REJL AXED&. I
LOANS? QUIET ATMOSPHERE '

AUTOMATIC I '
WE'LL ANSWER THEM. LOCATED'FOR
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TUNE-UP uHiyilgg i iI (Nq names. No sales pitches,) CLOSE SHOPPING CHURCHES SCHOOLS AREAS AND ,


SPECIAL PRICE INCLUDESVV' ?; you borrow there may b 'questions weighing on l I i!ill! I U!"...> )tI\\
your and-about) payments, rates, anything, For qUick, 103rd to Firestone
courteous answers, call uStoday, We won'' as your name ., Turn South 2 Blocks
or talk shop unless you want us to. Forrest High School.
Dial Finance
:f. CALL OA> N6VTCT ([
w. dor"t", want! .you ,to I like UI just for Our money. COLONIALOREST,
540 PHILlPSHVVY 40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 '
I j 4015 MERRILL RD2si 5256 Beach Blvd h 396-2895 e -I

4721 San Juan Ave. 3 4.2314 r APARTMENTS
1.436 Edgewood Ate West 764.2583 Loans to
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traffic and IFR traffic released to local control \ .
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t' Tuesday will mark before becoming VP-24 in tours in the South Pacific. .,'S y M I i3'
the 30th anniversary of 1948. Throughout the. war
VP-24. The famous PBY then Bombing Squadron \.1
The squadron was "CATALINA" was the. 104 sunk 100 enemy ships, ? LR'.' ftr.
commissioned on April 10, first aircraft to be flown by damaged 152 enemy ships ? .. '.
1943 and has been in the,squadron during World (including a battleship), .;4 .....!....: a
t continuous active service. War n. Later, flying the and destroyed or damaged -
It's name has varied from new PB4Y-1 "Liberator", 68 hostile aircraft. For 151319
': Bombing Squadron 104 to the squadron I began; the these feats, the squadron
Attack Mining Squadron 13 first of-( its two combat received an unprecedentedtwo .
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guided missle. As a resultof
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VP-24 flew the ,P-2V
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1967, then began flying the
P-3B "Orion". Recent
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Spain, Italy and the
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.'." Empty Bottles.: r.:. ; Springr ; to,


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Jax-A considerable amount 'of money that, would ;:: '
normally go into the Special Services Recreation Fund .

each month goes out the gate in trash trucks. .

Why? A large portion of Navy Exchange profits that Jax The Navy Exchange is

support your Rec Fund are derived from Navy Exchange offering many services for its
vending machines. patrons this Spring. Here are

Every soft drink bottle that is thrown in trash 'cans U some of them;
and dumpsters costs 3 cents. Losses on NAS Jax alone ; Service Station
average $1,100.00 per month-that's 35,000 ,empty bot April is the beginning of a long
and of driving.
spring summer
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The Navy Exchange Service
This needless loss of 'potential profits is deprivingYOU Station has all the accessories

of the numerous programs provided by your you'll need to take care of your
Special Services Department, It takes very little effortto NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL AVCM John J. Rossachacj car. Take advantage of the pre-
awarded the Navy Achievement Medal by Capt. William Carrier,
replace an empty bottle in the racks provided for summer special, including
NATTC CO. The award was earned for superior performance of duty
radiator flush oil change and
them. while serving as Maintenance Control Chief Petty Officer in Reconnaissance lubrication.
Replace those empties and, if you see someone using a Attack Squadron 14 at Albany, Ga. from September 1969 to
trash recepticle instead, tell him he's wasting HIS July 1972. Chief Rossachacf) works at AE"A" School. Food Service

money-and YOURS. Start a new family tradition or
L';: It's up to YOU-the consumer. CHAMPUS RemindersJax. keep an old one.Take your familyout
to Easter Dinner. Good times
and shared memories are bondsto
Cost-sharing procedures This information has to
proven
life. Your Exchange
family Navy -
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$ Food Service facility can
w.ROLLSARUGSldy thodontic care under the CHAMPUS spokesmen, resultingin
offer that
"somethingspecial"
CHAMPUS Program for the you
99 a discontinuance of the .
Handicapped are no longer applicable quarterly billing
system.
: Rolls of shags,hi-lowscommercials... Ei yd. for
any quarter com Full PaymentThe Vending
TRUCKLOADEVERYWEEKI No carpets over$3.99 per yard I Ia mencing on or after April 1. full payment provisions of Have you ever wondered why a
Na"'V Payments for orthodontic care CHAMPUS protect the pack of cigarettes from a Navy
RUGLAND USA are now being made only on a beneficiary! from paying for Exchange vending machine costs
monthly billing system. disallowed charges when more than it does at the Exchange
?; CORN ERCASSlATANDBLANDIN Under the CHAMPUS Programfor physicians or other providers of ? There is a good reason
HRSr the Handicapped, available care agreed to participate in for it.
r only to the authorized dependentsof CHAMPUS. Cigarettes sold in the Exchange -
'kvdnv active duty personnel, the to authorized patrons are
+Wl(1.Consolidate sponsor has a fixed cost-sharing Traditionally, assistant exempt from state cigarette
obligation based on his pay surgeons, anesthetists and taxes. However, when sold
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1 sharing on quarterly billings was. therefore they can choose not to is an authroized patron and entitled -
Your Bills To $2,000.00 approved and implemented on participate in CHAMPUS. If they to the state tax exempt
I the basis of information that the do not participate, the CRAM- privilege.
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SOUTHERN '*.* .."l YJ. common, if not prevalent. provisions. state and local' tax paid
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NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE = published, the following week unless the NAS: "GIANT' Drama, MARVIN GARDENS"

publisher. Is Instructed otherwise. A check or Starring James Dean and Rock Sunday Aprils
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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS JUSTISS TRAILER PARK NAS: "KING OF MARVIN NAS: "LOVE STORY" Drama,

[CMlitfSXMlNTi One-third Carat Keepsake Diamond 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern GARDENS" Drama, Starring Starring Ryan O'Neal and All
Ring, ,Frost.Free Refrigerator. trailer and apts. 3893007. Jack Nicholson and Bruce Dern. MacGraw. "GP" (100 min.)
Freezer,Cash register. Phone
TEMPORARYJOBS After 5 P.M.BRAND. 786-3717 "R" (104 min.) HOPITAL: "JOE"Tuesday

FOR NAVY WIVESAll oaraTiv HOSPITAL: "GIANT"Saturday. ,April 10
office skills needed. Long and NEW FURNITURECoach ti vs April 7 NAS: "SNOWBALL EXPRESS" -

short assignments. No fee. We pay & chair, dinette set, 3 beds, NAS: "CARRY ON CAMPING" Comedy, Starring Dean
you. cocktail & end table, all for $275.00, or BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY Jones and Nancy Olson. "G" (94-
Comedy Starring Sidney
XTRA HELPERS 394-5188 by the piece. One 12' X 12' plush blue Used VW's compacts, other foreign ,
rug, 4500., One 9' X 12' blue shag makes. Astro Motors 6566 NormandyBlvd. James and Joan Sims. "R" (96 min.)
PART-TIME JANITORS $55.00, Must sell, 2648183. 7814978. min.) HOSPITAL: "LOVE STORY"aim
EvenlngsS1.91 hr.
339-1644 WANTED 1972 KAWASKI -(
Old out of production model kits of Excel. Cond., Helmet Incl., $425.781-
Navy Aircraft. (P-2, F-9, S-2, XFY-1, 3898.
PARTTIME Etc.) Will pay good price. 2642529.
WAREHOUSEMAN WANTED imCHEVELLE in

Evening shift; Atlantic Bag & PaperCo. COLOR T.V. 2-Dr., H.T.,Auto.,Air, PS, PB, raised
., 610 E. 10th Street.PROFITABLE 23" Magnavox, New Picture tube, white leather road huggers, rally MILITARYAUTOMOBILEMILITARY
completely rebuilt $200. Sacrifice 384- wheels, radio, cassette tape-recorder -
5284. 8. playback, Clean $1500., 772-2947 or
OPPORTUNITYPart 7243719.
or Full-time, .National concern It FT.OWENS
offers you 63 percent profit to promotethe 75 h.p. Johnson with trailer Incl. Ph. 1971 NORTH COMMANDO
sales of their products. Also,
Investment 7814425. 750 c.c., excel cond., with 3-blke CIVILIANLOW
override bonus and car. No
trailer, $1150., 7866191. RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN
Call 771-6922 evenings

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UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITYIdeal WE BUY SELL EQUITIESCall One '68 Honda Scrambler, 305 c.c. AMERICAN MAY ORT
for retired or semi-retired' us for quick service $275.00.65 Honda 350c.C. $80.00. 771- '
person with small family. Small retail Morrison I.(Taylor, Inc. 8978. INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE I. AGENCY

variety established store but in low good overhead.location.' Well Part 771-3052 4543 Wesconnett Blvd.737-38A4 LIKE NEW :::;:;:::::::::::::;:;:::::;:::;:::::;:::.::::::::::::::::::::: :.r::::::.:.:..:.:..:.:.. :..:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:.:..:-:..:.::.:.a....

can be financed. Call after 6:30 P.M. 1969 Toyota Corona Model 1900. 4Dr.
7649269. ,.radio, "TWO OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU"
NORMANDY ACRES Sedan, Beige, Green vinyl top
Insurance Underwriters
Formerly Continental
,4: miles west of Cecil Field. Road heater, white walls, 4-spd. Must be

TIREDOF THE SAME OLD SHIP frontage, 2 to 20 Acre tracts Land Is driven to be AUTOMOTIVE appreciated ,$888. Call, 6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD MAYPORT ROAD'
JANUARY 387-2839
Like to earn what your worth, Call Mr. the best investment for the future.
1171 Cassat Ave. (Near NAS) (Near NS)
Clark for appt., 721-3600 Other tracts available over Southwest '
Jacksonville Phone 388-7676 Rhone 249-5449
MECHANICTo Wynne Realty of Florida 1961 JAVELIN SST <
said+ as:engineer aboard 85 ft. 389-5514 389-8507 V-8 Automatic. Air, Steering, _Good
research vessel, Bonnie Dundee GM. running car, Looks awful, 1
671. At sea experience necessary. CASH'FOR YOUR EQUITY But Only 695.00
QUICK
Master. 'Applied 4738 San Juan Open Sun. 3897916. .
Contact R. Alley Also, Equities for sale on easy terms.
Physics Laboratory. Johns Hopkins Edward O.Lyon, Broker 389.03613BR.
University, 9253610"fDJitANE 1961 CAMARO CPE.

., FENCED YARD 327, Auto, P. Steering, 55,000 Miles.
: Double-Car garage, dinette, range & Compare at$1095.00
4738 San Juan-Open Sun.-389.7916
refrlg.,
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER VanSandt,Realtor 387-1213
Responsible party take up pmts of$5.a 1968IMPALA4-DR.HT'
month. Call dealer. 7728936. GREENCOVESPRINGS Fully Equipped' needs Tires.
Only$1195.00
Residential, Lots,Acreage
4738 San Sun389.7916
Juan-Open -
A recorded message by Chas.Mobley, Realtor 284-9365 ""
SCOTT EDWARDS Lee Duncan,Associate 264-6861
Tells you how to be a 1965 MARLIN YOU'll
Fully Equipped' and sharp looking. TUP
DISC JOCKEY WHITE FENCE FARMS
call 355-2944 any hour. Approved' for Located in the heart of Arizona's $550.00 Sun.3897916
veterans. Columbia School of finest farming and hunting country, 4738 San Juan-Open

Braodcastlng. San Francisco. Not near historic Safford (County seat of 2,1946 VW'S
affiliated with CBS Inc. Course by Graham County.) Great year-round One Bug; One Box Both 4-Spd., and
home study. climate. 1'/ acres $1,100 low terms. nice cars.
For full information, please write to Bug$795.00. Box$595.00
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES JAX Mrs. A.L. Young" Glenarm Land Co., 4738 San Juan-Open Sun.-389-7916
Fabrication In rescreening, window 2233 North 7th Street Phoenix 85006.

screens, screen doors, patio & pool r
enclosures, aluminum roofs & carports CALL A SHIPMATEJoe
free estimates.. Owned & Roplak (RET Navy)
operated by: Norman T. Abrams, Licensed Real Estate Salesman
USN retired Paul TInney, 2568 Edison Representing
Ave., 3841242. Blanding Agency, Inc.RealtorsHome
781-7715 Office 771.9513.) yi
BRAND NEW '73 COROLLA
SINGER ZIO ZAG BYOWNER3BR. .
1972 Console Model sewing machine, ., sep. DR, enclosed porch, 2BR 0.p S20f. L-:.,.,5381.52.. ,. h.'fI=' 511500.io ;; .
like new. Makes buttonholes, overcasts apartment In rear. Equity buy, $17,000( total MM.mt* 120)7.24.M*Ml / lUmM" .tl.l! prmwttfc. 1.btlm Per
appliques, darns, sews on $82 mo. Call 388.2284 or 384-248. *S2SI.2*,AM .
In area to >W tnt, HftrtutMfMfurirtd '
buttons, etc. Need.someone Month
MATTERSCall cwiMiwtnf.<4cTtmitc< ,
REAL ESTATE
$9.20 per IN
assume $64.80 balance or mrtsfcttfinfer" .nctaMMits
up*
month. Phone 3981683.Ask for Credit Wayne Shrum, 2*Metric wt**. till Mltutritlast,
Manager. Will deliver, no obligation. Blanding Agency,Inc.Realtors
771-9513
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BEAUTIFULSTEREO 71 TOYOTA COROLLA 70 OPEL GT

Take-over layaway' balance $68.40 at -I":>"'>' ALS'.1" '1: f0i:\. Wgn,4spd,Extra Clean Double Nice. -
$9.60 per month. Stereo Componentwith ORANGE PARK '1895
automatic changer, headphonelack 2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn... DIShwasher -. *1795
plays all size records ask, dual for Drapes, carpets, Elizabeth 71 TOYOTA 72 CELICA ST
speakers. Phone 398.1683
layaway dept. Free home trial. Apts., 771.1465 or 7713355. I 4dr.sed, AT, AC, Our 4spd, AC, R&H, Vinyl top
.biggest!
WILMAR APARTMENTSAir $2.- 45 '2695
LIVE CRABS Conditioned, 2 bedroom' Living
Wilford's Fish Camp room Kitchen, Bftstnook parking 70 CAPRI 72 DATSUN
264-9707: for 2 cars, water sewage,
space Pick Truck
-Up
Furnished' 4-speed, R&H
service.
garbage, lawn *1595 '
AUTO AIR-COND.SERVICE $120., Unfurnished $100. plus 4 percent '1895
Room Units, Central Units, Tyler sales tax. 387-2541 weekends, 3890744.
Heating S Air Conditioning, 4711 71 VEGA WAGON 71 DATSUN 510

Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161. GIVE US CALL FOR 4spd, "R&H., Sliver beauty 4spd R&H Vinyl top, low

Quick Rental of Your Property miles '1495 yI
KITCHEN SET O. Lyon.Broker 389.0361COLONYMOBILl 1495
excel. Edward WATCH OUT for the sales pitch! It
Lg. Table w 2 exten. leafs .
cond., also 30" elect, stove, $75. 264- may he a' curve 'ball. See your legal "

6094. advisor before signing anything!Sunk. 'SOUTHS I IDE I TOY OT A' PHlitwy;
.
.C* KWARR' QRALQ .. ... HOMES den Gardens: jnotfcf J Terry YnunmeJI has 7 t

Never.:WNjrhnwiy'J: 4 ,1$Stainless", ) r R .. curves and tor-pitch hw a lot to offer ., .. .... 0" ... I. ... oi't.' .. M t _I ... ...t. .... rd
"pC..i.! r't ffM tf.M? SALES' Call ALI,359103rd5t. That's a deal you Just can't refuse .
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Jax Active duty and retired servicemen and their L' az

families will pay approximately nine percent more for
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civilian motel accomodations in 1973 when travelingPCS

or on vacation in the,U.S. dripping water faucet, the
However, they can take heartin. servicemen and their families a LI danger of water pipes freezing a .
the fact that there are 191 special discount,ranging from 10 clogged drain ox a toilet that won'tstop
military installations which have to 50 percent. flushing are among the many
temporary lodging facilities. The SO percent discount is minor plumbing problems that
The military accomodations usually limited to accomodal ns can be easily corrected by the
have also increased in price, but in large cities over the weekends. homeowner. Agricultural Re
remain as one of the best search Service specialists have
Such statistics were accumulated compiled step-by-step directionswithclearillustrationsinthe
bargains for military travelers.
recently by U.S.
Many military lodges, con
MILITARY TRAVEL GUIDE
structed from non-appropriated Department of Agriculture's
which surveyed over 8,000 U.S. booklet Simple Plumbing Re.
funds,offer a family of five first-
hotels, motels and the larger
.
class facilities for about $8.00 per pairs.To
night. stateside military installations. order, send 10 cents to Con-

Unfortunately, military billetsare J sumer Product Information,
MILITARY TRAVEL GUIDEwas
DC 20407.A .
much sought after during the Washington
summer months and chances for formed by a group of service small investment in a. set of
over-night lodging are considerably wives several years ago with the basic tools needed for home
goal of finding better and more
less than 50 percent: plumbing repairs can save many
t- economical billets for travelling
well the inconvenience
There are 6,305 temporary dollars as as
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lodging units spread among, the service personnel.The of waiting for a plumber.
four services. When temporary Basic tools are listed, plus spare
1200 motels-hotels offering
military. illets are not available, parts most frequently needed,
discounts and a complete tem-
there are nearly 1,200 civilian Typical emergencies that"may
hotels and motels which offer porary military accomodations occur in the home include burst
picture is contained in the new
pipes or tanks overflowing toilets
Sixth Edition of MILITARY .
hot
TRAVEL GUIDE (MTG) which "WHO ME?" This eligible young lady says she NEVER makes and .rumbling noises in the
For Military has just been released. unauthorized long-distance phone calls from government telephones.She water tank.Steps the are homeownercan outlined for
can't stand people who waste government money and we can't immediate action
Personnel MTG can be purchased from imagine any NAS Jax Navyman wanting to have her mad at him. take in these situations.

wives' clubs, service clubs, and Besides,.unauthorized. calls: can be traced.Toastmasters, Procedures for draining the
Under Age 35 military-affiliated organizationat plumbing system when the heat-
most installations. MeetJax ing supply fails in freezing
weather, are given.

Now$60,000 Individuals desiring advance
copies should contactMILITARY: The NAS Jax chapter of Toastmaster's International -

TRAVEL GUIDE,P.O. Box 9654, the newest club in North Florida, has two 'VW4Wives

Washington,D. C.20016. The 200- new members:LCdr. Charles Taylor, NAS Jax Security ,
book is .$1.25, 3rd-
page' ,
dasssmail;, $2.00 air.mail.i Officer and Lt. Larry Koppenhaver (USMC. ) from
\ NDRC.

Insurance: ,. ., .. .Acting Chairman ;Guy Ballou introduced Maj. Joe '
:;; pi: : \ "1 ic '
,v liavin; "as Toastmaster-of-the-Day as the chapter met for Meeting"JaxThe

Protection i ..stoek. its 15th'weekly meeting. Ens. Bill Hillman presented the

.. Tabletopics session. Speakers were.Cdr. T.K. Jones and The VW-4 Enlisted

..., .InAmerica. Cdr. Paul Cutchens.. Wives 'Club will meet.
Only $9 The club meets every Thursday from 11:55 a.m. to Tuesday, April 10, at 7:30

1:30 p.m., and visitors are welcome to see what Toastmasters p.m. at the NAS Chapel

can do for you. Meeting Room.
Per Month Buy US.Savings Bonds Toastmasters is for "Men On The Move" and has the All wives are invited and

motto "For Better Listening, Thinking'and Speaking". the club hopes to see. you.
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1124 Seaboard '" i ): Deposit Pay,. Increase'

Coast Line Bldg. .. I ,. your .
Tel.353-1 843;771-3007 .

You can' best take advan- \ I : ". 1IIi.; r this week with your ,

tage of ,the greaterthanever ;
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life insurance values : ;. CREDIT UNION
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now being offered by The ,
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expert. He knows the and smile while your

specific problems of the

{ Military.In servicing He has their specialized insurance Savings G-R-O-W IIJAX !

needs. Just call/write him
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JAX REENLISTMENTS Orange ". .
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: L 1 ::1 : Pickers

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',. ,,/..;'.: .j'j''ft. Jax Orange growers in '.
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help to harvest their crop and ; \
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It t It dependents may provide it with a \
ra t handsome wage, according to ;
.t George Wertz,a grower who lives \
v ZCONTINUING in Jacksonville. '. ;
One group near Umatilla pays : I
65 cents a box,Wertz reports,and ,3 i
most pickers average about 100 ;
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boxes in an eight-hour day. 'I

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7879.SwapWanted. .1 '
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A CAREER-ADJCP.J. Haley ended one enlistmentand i VP-11 in Brunswick, Maine with ....
started on another when he shipped over for four more years at three to four years left on sea
VP-5. Joining in the ceremony are Chief Haley's wife, Patricia, and ,,,,il,,,,, ar duty wants swap for remainder of
Cdr. F.L. Woodlief, VP-5 CO. duty. Next deployment to Bermuda

1 .'. Y .z in November for five
months. Will pay for own move. ;;
Duty Office Phone 921-2239, :
PLEASANT PAPERWORK Lt (Clg| ) Martha J. Slavonic signs the :
Home Phone 729-9782 (call
acceptance for promotion to her present rank. Miss Slavonic is a
collect). AWC John N. Parnell.
JJJfbi't/ Charge Nurse on Ward 6-East- at the Naval Hospital.

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f I Clayton ,Leads Late: Chargers To Sweep With .-618 : :.> : ',-I.


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Jax Earnest Clayton of the games of 199,201 and 202 for a 602 played the role of giant killers for as they lost four to the Marine one loss dropped them to three ...
Late Charger team 'in the set. Also scoring big for the the second week in a row in the Barracks team. games behind NarJax.
when took all Other Continental League The Lifers pulled to, within one
American Intramural Bowling Commodores were Gary Dearing Pacific League they .
League rolled a 239 game and a who rolled a 214 game and 573 set four'games from the first place action saw the Hawks take three game of the FICEUR No. 1 team "7.
618 series last week to lead his and Richard Beam who rolled a Splitmakers. The week before, from the Chasers with the aid of a when they took four' from the
team'to a four game sweep over 201. Frank Woods rolled a 200 MARTD took three from'AFEES 230 game from George Humbertand FICEUR CPO No. 2 team and the ...
the Bees and into a tie for game and a 585 set for the Radar and AFEES fell out of second. the Grouches take three from Lifers were in turn leading CAG-
r I second place with the 17 team. Leading MARTD to victory was the Egles No. 2. 20 by only two games when CAG-
Trailblazers.The The second place Six Pack Leslie Domalik with a 203. Felix Atlantic League 20 won four from ,the Trippers. ;
, Trailblazers had a difficult team rolled two matches last Garcia had a 220 game and 573 set Johnny Blackburn rolled a' 230 The Good and Bad team fell
\ time beating the Pop Tops but week and came up with seven for the Splitmakers. last week and Mike Holmes rolleda into a tie lor fifth with the
managed to take two with the wins. Their first match of the VP-45 No. 1 took advantage of 202 to keep the NarJax No 1 FASOTG team when FASOTG
help of Larry Taylor's 214 game week saw them win all four from the Splitmakers losses and team in first place in the Atlantic took three from them last week. "
I'.. that gave him a 549 series and the GEM team even though moved to within three games of League with.a four game sweep The only other match in the
Don Unthicum's 205 game that Leonard Crowder rolled a 202 for the leaders with three wins from over the VP-45 CPOs. league saw the VP-16 CPOs take .
j gave him a 503 series. Lloyd GEM. the batmen. Ernesto Matias The second place FICEUR three from the NarJax No.2 team
4 Bigley rolled a 209 for the Pop Their second match turned out rolled a 200 for the Batmen. CPO No. 1 team'won three games with Reichert Erdman rolling a
Tops. to be a real Shootout with the Flap AFEES also gained some from the Busch Buds but their 201 for NarJax.
In the meantime,the first place Jax team and the result was ground on the Splitmakers when
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Hurricanes were taking three three wins for the Six Pack team. they won three from the Bean :::,*:: ::::::= : : :':';o;:::: :::::--:::::: :::::: ::;"O----: :<<-: ";:;:;
games from the Eagles No. 1 George Selby rolled a 223, Larry Burners. Kenneth Devoy rolled a
team with the aid of a 213'game Bronson a 209 and Ron Fetterhofa 209 for the Bean Burners. Intramural Bowling Standings .
f from Bill Reynolds. The three 202 for the winners while Bill FUBARS tied the Nubs for
t wins kept them in first,six gamest Portman rolled games of 219 and fourth place when they took all ,
,. ahead of the Trailblazers and the 202 and George Norcross rolled a four games in their match with ;.i
: .j Late Chargers. 210 for Flap Jax. the Nubs.Robert Hickson rolled a ATLANTIC LEAGUE CHASERS 19 21
The VW-4 Chiefs used the 202 The Rat Pack moved into a tie 204 for the winners. W L EAGLES No.3 19 21
game of Johh Defazio to win one for fourth and evened up their Finishing up the Pacific NARJAX. l 29 11 HOSPITAL 19 21
of two games from the ADCOP record at 18 wins and 18 losses League action were the Cherry FIC CPO No 1 26 It EAGLES No.. 2. 15 25
I team and maintain their fourth with three wins over the third Pickers, who took three from the LIFERS 25 15 BOOZERS 15 25

; place position in the league. place Top Five team. Harry WOXOFS, and the WallBangers, CAG-20 23 17 SUPERSTARS' 2 38 .
I Other winners in the American McConnell led his team to victory who split with the Gutter Rats as GOOD AND BAD 22 18 '. ;-
: League last week were the Un- with a 224 game. Roger Herbert rolled a 211 and FASOTG 22 18 .
f colas,-who took four from AD. The lowly Pelicans won three Carl Garner rolled a 206. FIC CPO No.2 18 22 AMERICAN LEAGUE .' .
PERS with Kerry Allore rolling a games from the Busch Leaguerslast Continental League BUSCH BUDS 18 22 W L .
212, and the CHAMECHS, who week when Harry Sieman The Pin Busters lost one gameto VP.16 CPO 16 24 HURRICANES 31 5
took three from the CommissaryStore 'rolled a 209 and James Butts the Boozers last week in the VP-45CPO. 15 25 LATE CHARGERS .25 11
\ t. with Jack.Huston rolling a rolled a 201. Richard O'Neill Continental ,League when NARJAXNo.2 14 26 TRAILBLAZERS 25 11 '
I i 211. rolled a 214 for the Pelicans. Richard Johnson rolled a 207 but TRIPPERS 12 28 CHIEFS 22 14
; I National League The Women's Lib Team were they didn't lose any ground as the CONTINENTAL LEAGUE UNCOLAS 21 15'
p '. ,! The Commodores had an easy also winners last week with a four Leprechauns lost three to W L ADCOP 16 20 : .' .
time staying on top of the game sweep over the NAMTD Hospital and the Eagles No. 3 PIN BUSTERS 31 9 ,CHAMECHS 15 21 :
National League last week when team that was inspired by team took two from the Help LEPRECHAUNS 28. 12 POP TOPS 15 21 "
they took four from the Radar 17 Roberta Grace's 204 game. team. HELP 26 14 COMMISSARY STORE 14 22 ... '.
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Aviation Jax Week A Navy-Navy Golf Tournamentwill League be Naval mailed Air Station prior to Air April Show 9. must VW-4 VP-45 NATTC 3 1 0 0 1 Navy Golfers Open On April 1& 6 ;

be held Friday, April 13 at 2
Tee-ofttime will be 12 noon and NDRC .' l' 1 Navy's 1972 golf team started To carry the burden left behindby
NAS Jax Golf Course
the as a all participants should be at the NARJAX l'' 1 the season by losing two of its Bailey, Templin looks to
to the two day Air Show
prelude for Club,House and ready to go not FAW.ll ,- ..:, 1 .' :, 1 first three matches and ended it captain Bruce Thompson, a 21-
1415.
scheduled April
The tournament will be 18-hole later than 11:30 a.m. HOSPITAL : 1 1 the same way. In between, the year-old senior from Portland,

with and The big ,Navy-Navy League VP-16 1 2 Midshipmen put together a stringof Ore. Thompson averaged 79
handicap
it
medal. play
match two Trophy will be presented along MATSG ; 0 ;' 1 three straight to salvage a final strokes the six times he figured in
will Navy golfers
with other Navy League prizes at FICEUR '," 0 1 won-lost record of 54. Navy's scoring last spring and
two Navy League golfers
against the From last outfit Coach remarkably steady. His
total of',about 50 and Navy League dinner that will VP-24 0 2 year's was
A Navy
50
be held at the NAS O'Club at 7 Bill Templln loses only two of five lowest score pf 1972 was a 76 and
Navy League golfers are expected p.m. that evening. lettermen but one of them was his his highest an 81. As a .

.to participate.The best golfer, Bill Bailey. 'A con. sophomore, Thompson missed
entry fee, which will include Besides the big trophy,. prizes D sistent player, Bailey had a the first three matches of the

all greens fees, two raffle will be.given to the low gross match average of 76.8 a year ago season but played well in the_ final
tickets for the Aviation Week Navy golfer and the low gross and posted the season's best 18- eight. "Bruce is an excellent

grand prize, and free beverageson Navy League,golfer as well as to hole score, a 72 against Monmouth cross-handed putter," Templinsays.
the course, will be $10.00. the five low net scorers for the College. .

Another $2.50 will be required for Navy and the five low net scorers I .
the use of an electric cart. All for the Navy League.All .

proceeds from the tournamentwill Navy golfers.will receive
go to the Naval Aviation their prizes immediately PRE-SUMMER SPECIAL

Museum at Pensacola. All entry following the tournament at the

forms with checks made out to Candlelight Club. ..

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In February, 5357 people Second Flight: a SAVE $20 $1OO95| &7"AC SAVE 1.000 $20 tTU

registered to play golf on our Winner-Cookie Kennedy (72) Regular Prk; $14995 ,. Porftct; for small
living and
oroat
course. Add another ten percentwho Runner up-Helen Harrison ((74)) bodroom,

don't register and anothertwo Fewest Putts-Polly Tieslau ((29))
percent for the freeloadersand Third Flight: 17995

the total becomes around Winner-Ruth Ann Zolner ((73)) ReguUrr>ict$1999S

6000. When you divide this figureby Runner up-Millie!} Mueller ((78)) ,7 JAIWnIi'6' 1

the number of playing hours Fewest Putts-Eleinore Greenwood i II .
SAVE $ $ $
per month we find that the ((35) j.. ALL PURPOSE FANS$1995To$5995 10,000 ITU
concentration is around 22 golfers There have been some fee .

per hour or a four-some every 13 changes at our course. They are J.1' *22944AC 95

minutas. Crank in the bad as follows: :

weather and the number of 1. Monthly green fees are $8.00 -'S J CLASSIC-0004lOOM. AW CONDITIONER

singles and ,doubles that go off for everyone. $12.00 for entire 02XF ."l..break_ -wilK.ld.J o tfkaMl.tmat m..Will Tw n.r....r.v.d.4 !..,

and you can easily see that we, family. .- I ,.7;'4'" l#:\ .
are within easy'reach of a 2. Pull'carts $.35 cents'instead of .I.iJ'" .--N.A.-. :* ..-' ,.',......
saturation point unless we begin $.25 cents. f Fixr

4,to practice habits that prevent 3. Single bag rental without cart .R I .. ; :,

"SLOW PLAY. $1.00 instead of $1.25. '

1, Play with threesomes or w
'NTERS'I
foursomes as much as possible. I I Golf I I HOME FURNISHING C ,
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Standings FURNITURE APPLIANCES FLOOR COVERING NOME ENTERTAINMENT
2. Remember the 5 minute rule
when looking for a lost ball and Home Owned &Operated by Thomas Walker

wave other golfers through.' NATIONAL LEAGUEW L Hlway 17 at Kingsley AveORANGE PARK 264-6942 .'
3. Be prepared to putt once on the
NDRC 4 0
green. .
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4. Putt out whenever possible.
5. Place bags and carts on the NARJAX No.2 3 1 JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
FAW-11 3 2
side of the green facing the next '
AIMD 3 2
tee. MARINE BKS 2 2
6. Wave on golfers on par 3 holes.
7. Register score after leavingthe HOSPITAL 1 1 REPOSSESSION :
green. VP-16 2 3 SALE
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VP-4S No.1 1 3
8. Think your next shot out as
WEAPONS 0 3 .S' < ,Y S S '.S N. LSSSSSY v SYrM1Y.11SY.SSO.W. r wr .S
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your walking down the fairway. '1' Hffift .JV.Y: .S : {{ SSY.StiS.SSM*,tis

9. Remember that the last four AMERICAN LEAGUEW

holes are the only ones' televised.Our L :..: (] D. ,"j: .
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course must be cleared of VW-4 4 1 ii y
all players by 11:30: on April 13th SUPPLY 4 1 .:.: :: II
to allow for the NAVY-NAVY VP-24 4 1 ij
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LEAGUE TOURNEY. NARJAX No. 1 4 1 '
radio, heater, needs ; Mobile '
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some work, reduced for quick : bedroom, completely fur :s
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their Silver Cup Tourney: MATSG '
FICEUR 3 2' sale :::':: Wished carpeted throughout ::; 1972 .HONDA CB350 ,," '
First Flight: BOOK OUR :::: SOLD OUR :: Needs some workBOOK ,
Winner-Nelda Bradt (Net 77)) AFEES 1 4
VALUE PRICE ::1 NEW PRICE : OUR. .
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Runner up-Mary Lou Ryan ((79)tiePenny ) AIR OPS 1
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( Bennett ((79)) VP-45 No.2 1 4 .'' $3,95 ...
Fewest Putts-Lassie Mahoney ADMIN % 3fc 1971' CHEVY VEGA :::: $750 $450

(31) NWSF 0 4 2 door radio, heater, 3 speed ss 1970 FLEETWOOD :::: 1973 HONDA CB350
BOOK OUR Mobile home 12x64 with ex- :::: Good Condition

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ROtLERSKATlNG league) currently comprise the games were played at South
I Once again roller skating is American league: VA-86 No.1, Field; however, a change in the
being held in the station gym VA-82A,VA-37 No.l,VA.I05No.l, official sofball rules established
VA-82B VA. the minimum foul line distance at \ WRW\H\
VA-15
i every Friday and Saturday VA-86 No. 2, I -
\ evening from 7:00: P.M. to 11:00: 37 No.2,VA-105 No.2, VA-37 No.3 225 feet. (Cozy Corners measures
P.M. Skating is not only good and VA45.SOFTBALL 205 feet down the lines). Even our \ '
exercise, it is also something banjo hitters were turning into
entire families can do together.Last In an outrageous parody of the homerun stars.GOLF
year little Cuddles Grace Bard's immortal question, our .
gave periodic exhibitions of how "poetic" Athletic Director asks: VA-45 easily took the 1st round M V

not to skate; however, the "Fast pitch, or slow pitch, that is championships. Only a split with i_ l .
"graceful" (if you will pardon the the question". Translation: Mr. AMD marred an otherwise
pun) one suffered a fractured leg McGucken is offering our local perfect record.
in an off-the-floor accident and umpire baiters the choice of The second round will start on
will be unavailable for participating in either fast or 13 April with Supply, VC-2, V VA-45 s..
exhibitions this summer. slow pitch softball again this NAMTD, AMD No.1, CVG-3,"
BOWLINGTwo summer.In AMD No.2, VA-86 and VA-82

summer bowling leagues it's Cecil Field debut last fielding teams.

will commence this week, season,slow pitch softball proveda
(Wednesdays and Thursdays at welcome addition to the in Are You A-
1730)). The excellent Co-National tramural sports program. Those
league will roll on Wednesdaysand units not blessed with a good BoatingEnthusiast r w

the American league. on, fastball pitcher found they could .
a o. Thursday. compete in slow pitch on a par WEAR PROPER SAFETY GEARNEWSGRAM
The Co-National will, be have ? ,
with other teams,and.even
comprised of 14 teams tGEMtfr( .. .a good time In the"process. P.S. '-'''' !o .::-:"'-:....:.:-:-: :.:-:-:-:.:<<<<-:):-:-:-:-:.:.:.:,:.:-:-:.:.:-:.:.:-:.:<<(o.-.:.: .:.:

Communications, CLAW-1, Some of our CPOs, having Are you interested in enjoying
CPO's BOQ, Admin, Marines, quenched their thirst at the ,many fun-filled weekends of
VA-45, Dental,Medical, Weapons fountain of youth, might resent boating, skiing, swimming,
AMD Staff, NWSED and AMD the Athletic Director's comment: fishing,. ,designed and plannedfor
No. 1). "Even chiefs can play slow the entire family? If you
Eleven teams (an additional pi tch,"! answer is yes, then the "Navy Two Former POW's Selected For Rank is pending approval by the
team is desired to round out the As of this writing, slow pitch is Jax Power Boat Club" is where Flag Rank senate.
scheduled to start April 16th. you belong. Why not make plansnow Two recently released Navy More Gas Turbine Ships Planned
Games will be played on Mondays to attend one of our meeting Prisoners of War, Captains The Navy is planning to in-
THE FIRST UNITED and Wednesdays. Thus far (second Tuesday of each monthat James, B. Stockdale and troduce as many as fifty ships
PENTECOSTAL CHURCH eight teams have entered: 7:30 p.m., NAS Jax Marina) Jeremiah A.. Denton, Jr., have with gas turbine propulsion
Extends to You a Cordial Marine Barracks, Medical, and go on one of our many cruisesto been selected for? promotion to systems into the fleet within the
Welcome to All Services NAMTD,Supply, Weapons, VA-2, see for yourself. At our next Rear Admiral. The two were next seven years. Included in
Sunday VA-45 and VA-86. meeting.. 1800. 10 April, the among 42 Line Captains selectedfor that number will be theDD-963
Sunday School 10.00am. Fast pitch games will be playedon winners of the,fishing contest will -Flag Rank. "Spruance" class destroyers,
Worshfp 11:00: a.m.
Morning Evangelistic 7:30: p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. be announced. Captain Stockdale was the patrol frigates (PF) and patrol
Thursday Entries: AMD,VA-15,.VA-37, VA- Commander of Attack Carrier hydrofoil craft. Additionally,
Bible Study 7:30 p.m. '45; VA-105, VA-174 and Ops. Veterans Wing Sixteen, flying off the USS consideration is being giveh 'to
II f Friday 7:30 Fast pitch-chuckers will heave ORISKANY (CVA-34), when his using modified ,versions of the
Service
Youth p.m.REV.W.L.COHRONPASTOR
\ ,a collective: sigh of relief upon A-4 Skyhawk was shot down powerful, economical and highly
433 Druid AvenueOff 11 t''::2 earning that all games will be Ask : September 9, 1965.,He was the responsive gas turbine engines,
:389-7840 Res:'398.5448 I, hayed on'/North., ,Field this senior Navy POW held by the such as those used for propelling
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sas6B> ,In yyears 'past, 'many Q-How many Vietnam veterans North Vietnamese. jumbo jetliners, for use on
is VA hiring? How many Captain Denton was serving as combatant ships of every variety.
have been hired "on the spot" by Commanding Officer, Attack The development of the gas
VA without having to process Squadron Seventy-Five,flying off turbine' systems technicianGS( ),.
WILSON Petttioc through the usual time. USS INDEPENDENCE (CVA- recently announced, is intendedto
consuming procedures? 62)) when he was captured. His A- provide the skilled personnel
100 oAt GUARANTEED USED CARS A-More than half the men 6 Intruder was downed in combat necessary to run the
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Intramural BasketbaUCrown



I Claimed by Pelicans of VP-45 .



Jax The 1972.73 NAS Jax both teams had one loss during
Intramural Basketball Crownwas the playoffs.In .
claimed by the Pelicans, of VP-45 this game, Howard Lind
last week when they dropped the scored what proved to be the
Hawks from Hospital 80-56. winning basket with only nine
The Pelicans were unstoppable seconds left on the clock. The
,In the championship game as Pelicans had a chance to tie it up
they built up a 10 point halftime and take the game into overtime,
4 lead before going on to their 24 but lost the ball out-of-bounds on
point victory margin against the the way down court..The Hawks
cold shooting Hawk team., then ran out the few seconds ,-
James Delk was the leading remaining on the clock for the
scorer for the winners when he win.
collected 22. Leon Temple was
right behind him with 20 points Lynn Klein was high man in the
while Rickey Pruett had 16 and game for the Hawks with 24
Paul Malloy 10. points, 21 of which came in the REACH FOR THE ,SKY These two players were lust trying to
f Howard Lind managed 20 second half and brought the settle for the ball and not the sky in the final game. 'of the intramural
points for the Hawks while Hawks ,back from a; one. point playoffs that was won by VPaS.SEE ,. .
teammates Ellis Cooper and deficit at halftime. Und also did
Lynn Klein most of his scoring in the second
1 bI picked up 16 and 12
respectively half when he scored nine of his'11.
The Hawks gained some Also in double figures were"Ellis THE NEW ..,.
DON? SHOOTI Ed Lackeyof consolation in their second Cooper with 12 and Rester Bryan,
VP-4S pays no attention to the finish place with 10.VP45. ROLLING HILLS G16 TODAY!
by the fact that they
halt signal being given by,Rester
became the only team to beat the
had four men in double
Bryan of the Hawks and sets his h I tI
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sights on the basket in action pelicans during the season when figures in this game, with Ed W I''
they won a 67-65 decision over the Lackey scoring, James Delk \
that occured in the final game of
the playoffs for the NAS Jax Pelicans the night before. This and.Paul Malloy scoring, 16 and
Intramural Basketball Cham- win forced an extra game, since Rickey Pruett scoring 10. I

pionships that were won 80-54 by
VP-45.


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PAGE'20 4JAX lAIR t'EWS' :\TWfNGER APRIL S, 1973

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Jax Swim Team Fifth '4 0)1.)

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In Cocoa Beach MeetJax "

SOFTBALL UMPIRES Collins Rd., The, festivities ,will
A small group of Navy Adding points in'this age group So,with that thought in mind and NEEDEDJax commence at 7 pan. and will
Jax Swim Team members was Diane Kangas,with a fourthin the prospects of a fruitful summer URGENTLY ,include a social hour, buffet
traveled to Cocoa Beach last the IM and sixths .in the 200 the Swim team is asking If you are interested in dinner and trophy presentationsto
weekend for their third annual free, 100 back and fly. The 13-14- anyone who might have a trophycase officiating softball games, your individuals and teams. Dance
Winter Invitational meet and year-old relay team with Patti, to donate to call Pat Kangasat services are urgently needed for music will be provided by the
returned with a fifth place finish Robin, Kerry and Diane swimming 264-6084 or Joan Glaraton at the upcoming intramural softball Grand Frees., All members' and
in a field of 13 teams. took first in the medley 388-8727. Anyone interested in season. Clinics are being held ladies are invited to come out and
Leading scorer was once again, relay and second in the freestyle joining the ,swim team or in daily and there is still plenty pf enjoy the dance music after: the
Patti Milewski, who competes In relay. helping the team in any other time to learn if you've never, banquet ceremonies end at '9:30 i
the 13-14 age group. Patti took The senior girls 200 breast way is also asked to contact officiated before. If you are interested p.m. 'V:
firsts in the 100 free, 100 breast, event was won by Judi Milewski either one of these ladies. call the Athletic Officeat ...: ,*
while Carla Glaraton took home Ext. 3239 immediately.
100 back and the 50 free. MARINES SPONSOR ,
One point behind Patti was three fourth places -the 500 free, FLIER SOFTBALL TRYOUTSJax %
eight-year-old John Brennockwith 200 breast and 200 fly as well as a ;"' '';""';'N:':':*;';' :';';" ;"'; ;';:;""@::;;";:::;:: :;:::::: U.S.. TEAM VISIT :
a first in the butterfly and sixth i hi the IM. The senior girls NavyMarineBowiing -Tryouts for the Jax Navy
second places in the 50 free, 25 relay team, composed of Judi, Fliers Softball team are being Jax -The Marine Barracks is
free, 50 breast and the 100 IM. Carla, Patti and Robin, won StandingsFINAL held every Sunday at 11 a.m. on, sponsoring a visit to Jacksonvilleby
In the eight-and-under girls second in the free relay and Enterprise Field. All positions, the Pelham High, N.Y.
events, Jacqui Brennock won fourth in the medley.relay. are still open and if enough baseball team. The, team will
third in the breaststroke,and IM, Also swimming in the two day STANDINGSW people are able to come out this play exhibition games with t local
fifth in the back and sixth in the meet were; Patti Bergstrom, L Sunday a scrimmage game will high school, teams. Their
_' fly and 25 free. Teammate Pat Jamie Brennock, Bobby Conwell LITTLE BEARS 66 30 be played. schedule will be as follows: April
Kangas took third in the back Doug Derousie and Becky GOOD CLEAN DRUNKS 64 Mz 37 Mi FRA-91 HOSTS 7-Forrest High at 10 a.m.and Ed
fif in breast and sixth in the IM. McHenry and with,the progress POWELL PLYMOUTH 64 32 BOWLING BANQUETJax White at, 8 p.m.; April 10, -
Other 1314 year-old girls, they are making they should be in WHITEY'S FISH CAMP 48V4 47% University Christian at 3 p.m.;
besides Patti, who had two the winners column soon. FRA BRANCH-91 48 48 The' NAS Jax Navy- April Bishop Kenny at 4 p.m.;
profitable days of swimming Overheard At MeetA AUTO-BAHN 41 55 Marine Bowling League will hold April 12, Fletcher at 3:30: p.m.;
I were Robin O'Leary, who won Navy Jax Swim Team backer ANCHOR KLANKERS 38 58 their banquet Saturday,April 7 at and April 14 Parker High at
third in the IM and 200 free, said that she: overheard two MAKE-UPS 10 86 the FRA Branch-91 home, 5391 10:30: a.m.
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back, and much improved Kerry trophy from the Cocoa Beach' S' .sca
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