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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 12, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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The Air Show and Open House scheduled here '.,: < ,

this weekend has been postponed until Fall. rL' :t.t.k. :, : '.
:The two-day weekend of festivities, which was built < 'c : :

around the appearance of the Navy's Blue Angels, is : t
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for November of this -
being set-up year ; :

The,primary reason for the postponement of the show

was the hospitalization of the Blue Angels leader.,Due to

his belngoutofcommission, the."Blues"'were unable to .

practice as a team.
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..The original "Blue Angels" team.was organized here ,

atNAS Jacksonville in July 1946 under command of ,

Navy Commander R. M "Butch" Voris. They flew their

first performance in Grumman F-6) Hellcats at the '.

Southeastern Show. They now fly the; Mach-2, F-4J
"Phantom which is in operational service all over the' .M.
,world with the Navy. :. =

It is hoped that all acts which were scheduled. tx
here this weekend will participate here in November


:.The Navy-Navy' League Golf Tournament scheduler( 1

as a prelude to the Air Show will not be canceled and will '
begin play as scheduled at 12 noon tomorrow. WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?A Navy helicopter stopped for a highway violation? Not A sheriff lost
on a secret Navy runway? No! To learn the solution to this puzzle turn to Page 12.

Registration.for the tourney is closed now, but if you '

are a golf enthusiast, you are welcome to watch the Are You Inviting .A Thief' ? -l:\ .

play.' All 'prizes. .and trophies l ,will' remain the same asoriginally ,. ., .. ;t.
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.published, ,unless:.
Committee, ," We'all know each other(at least a little) when we're grouped together, but do. fl

:''f .' : : r;' you.know'how'that"other guy,;acts, when he's alone.;:Maybe)((so, maybe not-but :

probably not-since i theft continues to be a major problem at NAS'Jax. .' :.-:.yg l,

New; Uniform ExplainedJax When you go,to,the shower, do transistor radio or tape recorder problem at NAS Jax.Many of the '
you make'sure that your personal providing'the lullaby? theft complaints filed: with
belongings are locked'up? Do you newcomers to Security could have been \
The Navy Uniform Affairs straight leg fore and aft crease. When you leave your Jacksonville,think you can get a prevented if YOU exercised a
Office has reported that '"Winter working blue, con- automobile in the parking lot, do free guided tour of the city by little .self-discipline and took the
many questions are being asked sisting of the officer-CPO blue you assure yourself of its safetyby accepting a ride from a stranger time. to secure your personal
about the new enlisted uniforms flannel or polyester shirt with lockings the doors and closingthe at. the bus station who offers to belongings properly. ,
which are scheduled for phase-in dress blue rating badge, blue windows? Likewise, do you show you the sites There's an old saying that gees, "
beginning! July 1. service dress trousers, black lock the door on your room when Do you think marking your "a lock is to, keep the honest :;
In an effort to answer these shoes, combination cap with you're stepping next door for valuables is a waste of time and honest" 'Try practicing those "
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questions, the' .board has white cover and silver belt "just a second" that could turn effort-' words. ..
published a complete rundown..on buckle The peacoat or raincoatis into an hour? If you're guilty.of any of these Don't.make the thief s job any
the uniforms. It reads: as follows: normally worn with this Do you like to sleep in the sun oversights (and 99 percent of us easier.He's making a big enough' rt,
uniform outside the barracks with a' are) you're part of the theft profit here already. .
*The new service dress blue

uniform is a double-breasted "The service dress blue 1
uniform similar to the officer- uniform has been approved as the SITREP Friday The 13th: d.> l
CPO, uniform style, except that year-round dress uniform for .. I
.
the buttons:cap device and belt officers and enlisted, with the Seven' .. :.
buckle are silver, and rating alternative of the tropical ,white A ? ;
.badge with 5%-lnch service long uniform and tropical khaki AvailableJax Special Day
stripes are worn. This replaces long uniform for .offlcers-CPO
all service dress uniforms, both' where extremely warm weather -The SITREP 7-film, "An Jax Tomorrow is Friday the 13th and. everybodyknows ,:
blue and white. conditions would make the.dress Island Nation", is now availablefor
blues uncomfortable. NAS tenants and Cecil what that means. i
use by .
Field commands through the It means you're going to have, bad luck if a black cat I

."Recruits will be issued one Service. Information Office. crosses your path, if you walk under ladder' or: If you '
tropical weight and one "Commencing July 1, 1973, the, Reservations will be made on a break a mirror. That's ,only if 'you are superstitious! ,
heavyweight blue uniform. All unlformsdescribed above.will be first come, first served basis by .'. j
however.If
other Navy men will purchase the optional to all Navy personnel, calling Ext. 2379 or 3118.. 't
it will be j just the
not superstitious average
uniform from their presently along with the outgoing service "An Island Nation" summarizes you're
authorized monthly uniform dress blue, undress blue and the the growing challenge to everyday Friday Unless of.course you become careless

maintenance allowance. service dress' white uniforms. American seapower, discusses and start thinking about the weekend and not. what,.4
This optional period will extendto the four principle elements of ourNavy' you're doing
July 1, 1975. Thereafter, all 'missionstrategicdeterrence whether it is f:
!'Tropical white long consistingof those with Keep your mind on what your doing,
except an
the present short-sleeve white Navy EAOS men before July 1, 1976, must sea control, driving or working, at 'all times tomorrow so ,that you r rdon't
shirt with, rating badge, white projection of power and overseaspresenceand to make (
wear the new uniform. examines the give Friday the 13th a reason you
trousers, black shoes, com-
binationcap'with white cover and Navy's future role as a guardianof superstitious. .
silver belt buckle. The, white "Changes four and five to Navy our nation's security, But when you think about it, that's pretty spund advicefor :
trousers may be either A (side Uniform Regulations to be issued SITREP films !- are also Thursday the 12th or Saturday the 14th or anyday,. .
'crease), type B (flared fore and shortly will provide further available at the Service In- isn't it? t'
aft crease) or officer-CPO style information." formation Office. .

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Ham or Pork Sausage, Pastry Bar. Sandwiches, French Fried Potatoes, Frankfurters, Steamed Rice, Salad tered Lima Beans, Salad Bar, Boston
DINNER: Manhattan Clam Tartar Sauce, Relish Tray, Salad Bar, Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Raspberry Jello. Cream Pie, Oatmeal Cookies Sunday ,
Chowder Fried Fish Sticks, Fried Dessert Bar.SUPPERz. SUPPER i Veal Roast or Fried SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham a. Divine Worship 8:30 a.m.
Oysters or Baked. Beef w.Noodles, Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches Perch, Gravy, Tarter Sauce, Fried Cheese Sandwiches, Potato Chips, at All Saints Chapel.
Tartar Sauce, Parsley Buttered or BakedXam, Brown Gravy, Rice, Simmered, Pinto Beans, But. Salad Bar, Relish Tray, Dessert Bar. Church School 9:30 a.m. ,
Potatoes, Buttered.Broccoli,.Buttered French: Fried Potatoes, Buttered tered Brussels Sprouts, Salad Bar, SUPPER: Chicken Pot Pie or Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
Yellow Cake, Pumpkin Pie. Barbecued Ham Steaks, Whipped All Saints Chapel.
Sunday,April IS Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce Seasoned Junior Youth Fellowship
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JAX AIR NEWS U a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Vegetable Tomato Juice,

distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Soup, Barbecued Beef Cubes, French Cooked Farina, Fried Eggs to Order, Tuesday
Jacksonville Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad French Toast w.Syrup, Choice of Hamor Senor} ,
.Florida' byf Jtyt Holt Publishing' Company, a Choir Rehearsal 7
Bar, Cherry Pie, Sugar Cookies. Pork Sausage, Baked Beans,
private f irm.XU Copy.submitted/or use In: the JAX AIR NEWS SUPPER Chicken Fricassee, Southern Style CornBread, Pastry p.m.Christian at Science Bldg. Service 750 and
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Box Snowflake Potatoes, '
Office 2, NAS Baking Powder Bar.DINNER p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Biscuits, Cranberry Sauce Buttered Minestrone Soup,
Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-311 Squash Seasoned Green Beans, Salad Breaded Veal Steak, Brown Gravy, NAVAL HOSPITAL
Bar, Sugar Cookies,
or 3119. Cherry Pie. Whipped Potatoes Buttered Cream Divine Worship 10a.m. at
Monday,April U Style Corn, Seasoned Green Beans, St. Lukes.
"Everything' advertised In this publication must be made BREAKFASTS: Chilled'Grapefruit Salad Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Yellow
Juice, Buttered Hominy Grits, Fried Cake.
available for purchase use or'patronage without regard to. NATTC
Eggs to Order, French Toast w Syrup, SUPER Braised Liver Onions Protestant
race, creed, color, national' origin or sex of purchaser, Choice of Thin Pork Chops or Ham, or Swedish Meat Balls, Brown Service, 10:30 Worship a.m. In
.. user, or patron. A confirmed' violation or rejection of this Hashed Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Gravy, Buttered Egg Noodles, But. Building 500.
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser' will result In the DINNER Chicken Noodle Soup tered Squash, Seasoned Carrots,
: Roast pork Loin, Brown Gravy, Salad Bar, Raspberry Jello, PumpkinPie. CATHOLICSaturday
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Grilled Potato Cakes, Applesauce, Mass S p.m. at
Creamed Peas & Carrots, Simmered Thursday,AprlMtBREAKFASTiChllled St. Edward's
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Chapel
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':HousingAvailable Jax--Mr. Walter Lamie, volunteer for the Month will be

Program Director for the local selected Saturday, April 21. The
Ii USO, has announced the honor will be based on her hoursof
following April eventS: ''volunteer service, spirit of

,Box Supper cooperation and all-around

1; ; I _, jI- ;_ The USO junior volunteers will services toward the morale of the
Q auction off "homemade" dinners Armed Services in the area via
Jax-Ortega Arms, a 152-unit
Saturday, April 14, at the the USO.
apartment complex constructed downtown USO A dance. in her honor is
under 236 of the National
Housing The serviceman will dine with scheduled from 8-11 p.m.and she 4
Act, FHA Military Preference,is ThArrilta
now ready for initial : the junior volunteer who will also receive a USO gold pin,
occupancyof prepared the dinner he chooses. corsage and a small gift.
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the two and. three, bedroom to buy. Military Ball:
units.
Funds obtained from the The Jacksonville Beach USO
The complex is located within auction will towards the USO
rv go will hold its annual Military Ball
four miles of NAS.Jax at Catoma r junior volunteers account, which at the Jacksonville Beaches

and Ortega Farms Blvd. eventually sends the Miss Community Center on Saturday,
Married personnel in pay Jacksonville USO to the National April 26,'fronVS jun.to midnight
grades E-l through, E-5 may be Convention in San Francisco, The Ball wilttSe formal.
eligible for rental supplement. E- RETIRING after 22 years of service, CWO2 William T. WildingLeft Calif., ./ 1'' Entertainment refreshments
( ) receives a citation and congratulations' Capt. Donald J. i
5'personnel may qualify if they
Girl of the MonthThe and a live baricfwmhfghlight the
are not receiving incentive pay, Childers, NAS Jax XO. CWO2 Wilding was attached to Food Services. 1

have less than six years service, outstanding-USO junior- -dance.._' .' -.... ... J '
and at l least two minor children.

Interested personnel should Heading For Europe ?

contact the Housing Referral .

Office, Bldg. 902, to determine Jax-A new book, US FORCES Of particular 'interest to
eligibility and for filing application. TRAVEL GUIDE EUROPE Plus military families and retirees not ; x
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The Near East and Atlantic stationed in Europe is an In- }
Areas, shows military families troduction giving special information Ii
i Sunrise living or visiting in Europe how ,to suit their situation S
; they can "travel on less per day- detailing which facilities they

:4: Services the military way". may use while traveling in the RHONDA OTHERS ,
:. With the dollar sinking lower in area., .
;. value, thousands of service 72CL-175 $495 72V2 New Custom 750 .
< ScheduledAn families are looking for ways to An action-packed appendix on 0 72CL-70 $320 CHOPPER $3295 0
cut their traveling costs, and this gasoline. auto repairs, road and M' 72 Z-SO $245 72 Ma I co 125 Motox $995i .
new book shows them how it can speed ,rules, mileage charts, 72 Z-SO $265 72 Yamaha 125cc $395
Easter Sunrise be done. POV's by sea and rail, touring r 71 CB-350 $725 72 Harley 125cc $325
Service,in planned to begin The book was compiled, information, camping equipment 0fe 71 CL-70 $275 72 Harley 50ce $250 :
:at 6 a.m. on Easter Sun-' written and edited by military rental and hobby clubs is in- ,.- 71 SL10071SHOO S3t5. 71 Suzuki SOcc $250
wives and is the second part of a cluded. $295 I
day April 22.Participating.

"Morale Boosters Series" to. be 7125070Z50 $225 We can arrange
in the completed by the group. Military families on orders will fc '$195 .
service will be Chaplains The 160-page paperback book find helpful information in this 69 CL-175 $325 FINANCING and 0

McPhail and Luebke and details information on more than book showing what facilities are M) 6950CC $125 INSURANCE!
the Chapel Choir. 160 installations in 17 countries in available at their new duty t
the EUCOM and Near East- station. Q a
-: All NAS Jax personnel,
Atlantic areas. It gives direc- M
:.military and civilian, are tions, information on temporary The book-may be ordered" at the \,
:Invited to attend. military lodging at transient following address: Military a 1

billets; location and phone Marketing Services, Inc., 2300 S. l
numbers of all logistical and 9th St., Suite 504, Arlington, Va.
medical facilities and recreation 22204 for the mail order price of;
P 3rd class $2.30 1st class ",I
information both on and off ; .
military installations.A $2.60; Air mail $2.80 and In-
ternational air mail $3.50. All 1
special section gives helpful prices include mailing and Daily t AMto 7 PM Su 'days'titr* PMm 1i
hints on how the service familycan PHILIPS HIGHWAY PHONfc 7331044
plan their trip to better utilize handling. i:

DEERSPR1NGSESTATES the low-cost facilities availableon
military installations while
touring. One added bonus is the Department of the Treasury / Internal Revenue Service
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...ATKEYSTONE new DoD rule which allows 1040 (ill @ Individual'Income Tax Return :

HEIGHTS service families to use the -' '-year beginning .. -- ........-..,... 1970. ndlng If IfIt
MOBILE HOMESITESCLYDE facilities the yea January I-D.c
military dining on
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W. SIMPSON & CO. military installations at a cost of Finn name and init I .'

REALTOR 356-684 less than $2 per day per person '
for three meals and even less for Prn -

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recently sworn in by CDR C. E. Armstrong of the VA-37 "Bulls".
w $ A Jackson,VA-37's Career Counselor,reenlisted for SIX more years.

\ CDR Floyd, AIMD Officer,recently presented Good Conduct PN1 Kenneth Marvin Swear
\ Awards (left to right) to AE2 W. E. Matthews, AZ1 T.D. Gillmore and ngin from NAS Cecil Personnel

! AQ1 J. O. Myers. Office was recently selected as
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I ceremony was AE3 Hicks' wife, Rachael. \.: Cecil,at special quarters held at Hangar 13 at,NAS Cecil Field.
ENS. Thomas A. Clarula Williams was cited foe heroism in the performance of his duties as an
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Choosi one of these netl|lut bargains today. Stanley Sullivan continued his 1

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reenlisted for another SIX years.FRIENDLYRELAXEDB
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'72 TOYOTA Celica ST.,4speed,AC $2895
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Jax-"Great! was AA Rose Solley's first reaction when she learned she was
the only girl attending AE''A"School with 1059 male students.

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currently attending the avioni
school,but she is also the first in
the school's 22-year history'
NATTC.
She chose the AE rating for its
electrical background and,if she
decides not to-make the Navy a
career hopes to use what she has Iji-i
learned to become an oceanic
technologist.Her .
r I qualifications for the
school, necessary ones, are
several mathematics courses in
high school--ranging from
algebra to calculus, plus physicsand
chemistry courses.
When asked how she was
treated by the ,instructors and
"fellow" students, she replied,
"They have tried to treat me as
any other student, but I do put a
-r------: I Is cramp.in several teaching styles":
: Her lack of height and short
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.. legs, have given her a little =
trouble marching with her male

counterparts, Rose says. "I. ,wishI __
had longer legs! Although I
r COMPLETING 20 YEARS of ,
service AOC Keith L Gaines is piped
march in front to'set a slower
ashore at NATTC. Chief Gaines had been
A FIRST AT NATTC AA Rose So I ley, the first woman to attend pace, I still try to set one as close "B" School. the Testing Analyst at AO
NATTC's AE"A" School listens attentively during a classroom lec to the guys' normal marchingpace
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hire as I can..but by the time we i i 1t
reach the class area,halt,and doa

Navy Hosts Urban League sometimes left or right refuse face to,make my legs the i Consolidate Your Bills To $2,000.00 I

pivot!" 1..:.. TERMS TO SUIT YOU AT BANK RATES
Jax--The Southern Regional Director of the After two weeks attendingclasses i
National Urban League and Executive Directors of the at AE"A" School, how

, Urban League from 14 cities throughout the southeastwill does"I she am like completely it? enjoying tiff, SOUTHERN ( 11!
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meet in Jacksonville today for a, ,twc;>-day icon- myself; there have been times F

faience.Members. when I'd rather not be so much INDUSTRIAL' BA.NK. .1
the focal point of the school. But .
,
.. of the conference include .
pt..IC.C Dudley, -
: it's going to be such a challengeto :. 'The Little Bank with; a BIs.Heat".V.: i:
''are scheduled to Commarfder Navy simply'get through the school ..
discuss efforts by the Navy :.::: Member F.D.I.C.I ::
Recruiting Area 3, Macon, with a higher class standing than :
in)'minority recruiting and Ga; Cdr., ,Benjamin' T. expected (which I'm determinedto r' i
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the educational and' Hacker, Professor' of do) that I definitely would.not :>:> Our Installment Loan Dept. Is Open Until P.M.. .' ,
want to exchange places with
any
technical training opportunities Naval Science, NROTC 11 NORTH LAURA STREET PHONE 355-0622
other woman or girl in this 9WW
available in the Unit, Florida A&M Navy!!" }!
Navy today. University Tallahassee
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Director of the Urban Commanding Officer,

League is Mr. Clar'enceCol Navy Recruiting District,

man. Jacksonville; and Cdr

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from Florida attending the Minority Affairs Officer,

conference are Mr.. Navy Recruiting Com:

Clanzel T. Brown, mand, Washington.: WIDE JJ-! ; #

Jacksonville; Mrs. Janice

P. Carter, Tallahassee; At the conclusion of the TIRE $2695 r
Mrs. Augusta M. Thomas, meeting District Directorswill
Tampa; and Mr. T. be given,a tour; of the

Willard Fair, Miami. facilities at VW-4 and SALEplus 13 i+ N

Guest speakers will NATTC. $2.21 F.E.T.RAISED .

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j i School .hh'Y" located at Bldg. 2 on the Cottage Cheese, Cucumber Mix, j
Deviled Eggs.
southeast corner of Yorktownand .
; Jax--The Jax Navy Ranger. All military and Egg Custard Pie, Strawberry :
Wives Service Information civilian personnel and their Short Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted 1
will guests are invited to use the Puddings. !
School convene '
Wednesday April 18 :
Monday, April 16, at 8:30: ; facility.Breakfast is served from 6-8 Minestrone Soup, Spaghettiwith
a.m. in the Little Chapel. "'2' a.m.and lunch is served from 11 .Meat Sauce, Roast Turkey d
The two-day school will : :; am. to 1 p.m. with Dressing, Corn Beef with 4
include the followingtopicsHousehold This week's menu is as follows: Cabbage, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, t
: Goods, Monday,April 16 Fried Perch with, Hush Puppies. 1
Vegetable Soup, Breaded Pork Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
Moves, Special Services, Steaks with Apples, Baked Gravy,'French 'Fried Potatoes, 1
Navy Exchange, Com Chicken with Dressing,Chill Con Great Northern Beans, Mustard "
missary Store, Naval Came with Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Greens, Peas.
Hospital, and others of Sirloin, Surf Cakes with Hush Thursday April 19
Tomato Soup, Chicken Stew,
Puppies.
benefit to the Navymanand
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Country Steaks with Yellow Rice,
his dependents.NAS Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Baked Franks' with Beans, 7 oz.
and tenant com- Blackeyes,Turnip Greens, Corn. Chopped Sirloin, Fried Fish with
mand personnel are encouraged Combination Salad, Tossed Hush Puppies.
to attend and Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
departments are requested Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,
to extend Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Okra and Tomatoes, Broccoli
liberty to
.. : Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad, with Butter Lima Beans
those personnel attendingthe j t Beet and Onion. Peach Cream Pie, Apple Pie,
school. Coconut Cream Pie, German Boston Cream Pie, Assorted
Child care is free to Chocolate Cake, Apple Pie, Puddings.Friday
those attending the school Assorted Puddings. ,April 20
I Clam Chowder,Beef Short Ribs
Tuesday,April 17
I at the Station Nursery. For PIPED OVER ABF1 Buford W. Greer is piped over the side at Pea Soup,Roast Beef with New with Rice, Trout Almondine,
\ reservations call Ext. FASOTRAGRULANT Det Jax he 20 of active
as completes years Potatoes, Barbeque Chicken, Stuffed Peppers with Creole
I 2596. service. Fried Shrimp, 7 oz. Chopped Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin,
J Sirloin, Baked Mackeral. Macaroni and Ham Au Gratin.
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Mashed Potatoes, Rice with
We really don't mind being... DWI Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Gravy, French Fried Potatoes,
I Baked Macaroni and Cheese, Stewed Tomatoes, Cauliflowerwith ;
No. 2 String Beans, White Acre Peas. Sauce, String Beans. :
Doesn'tPay Combination Salad, Tossed Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Pie, Devil Food Cake, Assorted
We had to try hard to get there.The public acceptancethat Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Puddings.
helped us up the ladder to Number 2 position will
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we don't mind 'being No. 2_for now! risk of serious injury or :>'. ROJ.1S.A"RUGSff'$2,99; ,;-

SEE LARRY KNIGHT OR JACK FITZPATRICK... even death due to an accident i.; No carpets over$3.99 per yard!
DWI can be costlyin fTRUCK LOAD EVERY WEEK!

MARUN POOLS Three other ways.DWI's were f r RUGLAND USA

recently fined $150 for on- k\! CORNER CASSAT AND BLANDING
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\ still a favorite in these CONNOISSEURS WAIT IN LINE.

l times of high prices. The Photos iBy

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4359 ROOSEVELT BLVD.OR 5630 NORMANDY BLVD.
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4359 RooMvrit Blvd or 5630 Normandy Blvd.
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i S REPOSSESSION SALEWhy MOUTHWATERING DELICACY. A CHILD'S DELIGHT. HMMM, TASTEY SAUERKRAUTWE'VE


pay full price when you can get it for less? SECURITY OFFICERSFULL

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VWftWWftffl*$ >>. m--'K.f w: :>. =>>.;: :r-&. ;i(?
MOVED Be a professional security of
ficer.Work for one of the largestand
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business. Higher pay, paid
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I: :::: ...to 2108 Blanding Blvd. benefits for those who qualify.

1967 PONT;AC FIREBIRD :;g;; KINGSWOOD, ; 1 I Openings Fernandina at Airport and Bayard other

i Fair, radio, heater, needs i:: Mobile home 12x52, 2 (Corner Appleton and Blanding Blvd.) Jacksonville .locations.' Various

i some work, reduced for quick ,:::r: bedroom, completely fur shifts open.
1 sale ::;; nlshed, carpeted throughout The Wackenhut Corp.
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I BOOK OUR :-3: SOLD' OUR SUITE 616
( .. GULF LIFE TOWER
VALUE PRICE .::: NEW PRICE
equal' opportunity employer M-F_
$1100 $750 e:$:: $5600 $5195 f@ m lm :::fi: IitJi:;:;:; : ir mm ;;m** li
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1969 CHEVROLET MALIBU Reese hitch sway control & :, completely assembled'for
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BOOK OUR rf SOLD OUR LAKE SHORE
VALUE PRICE NEW PRICE
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/ Chart tOutritucrt >Nautical...,
1 I Paints ..FWi 7oxe. ..nurg" fad'..". [g
'Hurduorc >S tns .Table Hear ivr..uoi
Rrrair Materials .Xcfrtiori Other Goodies

Jax The ,Civil Service IM I WET EXPERT STORAGE ENGINE''MARINE SERVICE MOISTS'HULl OUTBOARD.SERVICE STERN DRIVE.YACMT INBOARD BROKER !,

.,* Commission has opened' job SEE THE NEWEST BOATS, MOTORS, CANOES and TRAILERS

:. .Information Center: at 2747 Art PIER 17 MARINA '::1
Museum Drive Suite 2. I INC..

The facility was established to j r11 T .a ROOSEVELT BLVD! ,it ORTEGA RIVER \
provide information and .
/ advisory 1 1 1s J cUiitflll.'llfd. 'M("'"
?. services on Federal employmentto Pnr6 Franth.Srd Marisa bak 31'-.9 OPEN SUNDAY _
persons visiting or calling the T BOATS.AOTQRSCANOEk.: il
Center or requesting material by :z.z--- hunderblrd.Starcraft/ \g:.froan' | .Grumman T-Cr ftf

mail. ,
"CRAZY HATS" WINNERS Showing off the fashions that won
The number
telephone for the
Center is,396-0508. \them prizes at the JOWC's''Craty'Hats Brunch" are (Left to Right): I
Since Federal employment /Mrs. Carole Bergstrom (MARTD), Prettiest Hat; Mrs. June Albers f| Oy t: ,
information is now available <(FAW.ll), Nuttiest Hat; Mrs. ,Joyce Beebe (VP-24)), Most Original .
i- from a local Civil Service Hat.| The Brunch was hosted by NATTC and MATSG. SWITCH ,t

-. Commission Office, that portion .3,
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which previously provided .
much of this information to the ;1

.general public will be closed at To Parade Today
11:30: a.m. tomorrow. \
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Employees the activities .,
serviced by the NAS Jax Civilian Jax The Jacksonville Other awards to be .presented .Yitviii : '
Personnel Department will University NROTC Unit's Spring include: :
continue to submit applicationsfor Parade and Awards Ceremony Reserve Officer's Association a Et, dt t
will be held today at 2:45 at
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merit promotion, reassign- p.m. Academic Achievement Award: v
Brest Soccer Field on the JU presented to Midshipman 4th
ment, and change to lower gradeto
the Rating Branch, Employment campus.In Class Gary A.. Parsons by. LCdr.
Division, Room 111-A, the event of inclement Willard Isham, USNR:
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Bldg. 907. weather, the ceremonies will be Daughters of Founders and '$ NO SAtJES CHARGE
I The Rating Branch will also conducted in. Swisher Gym- Patriots of America Medal and "
t' I provide information to and accept nasium at 3 p.m. Certificate recognizing superior MINIMUM INVESTMENT irroo
applications from employees Rear Admiral Spiro (USNR), Naval Science Achievement and SUBJECT TO AVAlLABfUTY
of other Naval activitiesand JU president, will be the Leadership: medal to Mid- FLORIDA RESIDENTS ONLY
Reviewing Officer and a numberof shipman 3rd Class Patrick P.
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other Federal who
agencies
Send
Coupon. for
Information .
wish to apply for transfer to military and civilian McKernan, certificate to MidI
dignataries will be hand to EVERS' & I
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activities located here and for- on shipman 3rd 'Class Cheri ASSOCIATES 1
present awards 'to midshipmenfor Mangham, awards presented by I
mer Federal employees who are 1929PARK,AVE, 00x757 ORANGE PARK. FLA.32073 I l
their accomplishments duringthe Mrs. Carl Wood Brown
eligible for reinstatement. ; I I. TELEPHONE. 264-4400.
academic year. Veterans of Foreign Wars I ,
.Capt. William G. Sizemore Award for Leadership: recipient I I NAME .. .... .. ._. .".',.#..'.io"".. .; ,\I'. ,.. .I.ilIt
NAS Jax CO, will the .. _.
present is Midshipman 2nd Class Robert r !' .. "
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National Sojourners Award for D. Smith, LtCol. Joe Luten, I I 'oJ 'r

< '. RetiredEnlisted Americanism to Midshipman 3rd USMCR, will make the presen- I I I CITY I :
Class Barry M: Ford. tation.Pussycat .:

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::1',' 7:30 p.m.. in Bldg. 593. Escorts I ..
: 'd All retired enlisted
personnel and their wives (Dancing Partners) }N:TW:8::; :::::::::"::&;: :: ::::::*. *

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with the of 'life.. MOONY.01../. the .
J gift / minutes away. Take :1-295. expressway to
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.:.." :"".<.. FOR ONLY $200.d2LargeBR,1B ........-- important saving lives in, peace a mission and in equally war.

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...-.. Furnished In 1 e aviator as trusting his life to the
Spanish Decor
4): "-'''- aircraft he is flying. However, if
k: Carpeting '11I"4b 'f I
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$ of only$94.24 ,.,."" becomes disabled, the aviator's
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1 H : IIII military discountLaura
THRU SATURDAY
} ORANGE
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i RING OF .FLAMERESTAURANT i PARK Ij
*= $ -Beach Boulevard.
N Steak and Lobster with all. r( US '. :
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and Beer you drink 1-295 I ..' Y ..91 .It' -. .
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CLOSING CONTAINER.LOWJST.
neighborhood.
PUTFPtJTTown
business Is 'fun. We're a part of thelargest ..,
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anywhere with 1,000 courses throughout the
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4825 Blanding Professional, Putters Association sponsors of

Blvd. the $320,000 World Putting Championship. 8

You can play one game for $1,00, two games for $1.50 per person, or
PRICES
three games for $2.00'per person. Or ,by purchasing. Putt-Putt' Family i
Books, you enjoy even greater savings. '
,know something about us. But we'd like to get to know you! ;
Now .
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::': Aids Area CattlemenJax


'Hungry cattle in Baxter,Fla.received: a helping hoof from the
Navy:Friday. : ." ... *:,
Unable to graze due to flooding caused by recent heavy rains, the
cattle filled their stomachs with bales of hay dropped from a Huey
helicopter supplied by NAS:Jacksonville's Search and Rescue Unit.

First word of the cattle's'plight came Thursday afternoon when
Archie Robinson, Baker County's Assistant Sheriff, called the Air
Station's Air Operations Department and{ asked the Navy to help relay Z wy Kly -
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food to the animals.. .

The Navy responded early Friday morning with the chopper,pilotedby
Lt (jg) K.C. Hansen and with Lt (jg) G.J. Carroll aboard as co-

, pilot. + .,?',,aT ; 4
Baxter is located in the rain-drenched Okefenokee Swamp area at
the intersection of Highway. ,.2 and State.Road. 127. PINEY WOODS CATTLE hurry to their meal.
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LOADING HAY onto the chopper for first ha/drop. ,


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GREMLIN .....

dss1fte1sieiJUST job done $2098 .


All Standard Factory
ORDER YOURS TODAY!
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DOWN TOTAL
CALL .,r.:. .. PAYMENT.........M98" PAYMENT -...2213" :'
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Does not include Insurance
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COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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NAS Jacksonville _
Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than N_ w_ I
LATWINGER : Tuesday for publication the following Thursday,

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISING = Ads published arriving too late for this deadline will be nun day,April 12 Joseph Cotton. TG" (89 min.)
the
following week unless tM NAS: "LOVER COME BACK"
i publisher is Instructed otherwise. A check or Sunday, April 15 .
OFFICE = money order for the full cost of the ad must be Comedy, Starring Rock Hudson NAS: "THE GETAWAY"

4747 San Juan Avenue received WITH the copy for the ad. and Doris Day. "PG" ((115 min.) Action Drama, Starring Steve

I HOSPITAL: "SATANIC" McQueen and All MacGraw
Jacksonville Florida RATE: minimum charted IIMS) t3.. .
: Horror
Per additional$ line((4 words per line) M Starring Magna "PG" (123 min.)

Kanoplea and Julio Pena. "PG" ,HOSPITAL: "NIAGARA"Monday
(111 min.)
,Apr1116NAS
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: "THE GAMES" Drama, J
NAS: "STRAW DOGS" Starring Michael Crawford and 1

'. W: T* PO'A Suspense Drama, Starring Charles Aznavour. "G" ((97 min.) ,.
,:.ii {:' Dustin Hoffman and Susan HOSPITAL : "THE

TEMPORARYJOBSFOR WE BUY 81 SELLEQUITIES George. "R" ((116 min.) .GETAWAY"
BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY
NAVY WIVES Call us for quick service HOSPITAL: "LOVER COMEBACK"Saturday 17
Used VW's compacts, other foreign Tuesday,April
All office skills needed. Long and Morrison I I. Taylor, Inc.
makes. Astro Motors 6566 NormandyBlvd. NAS "HOFFMAN"
: Comedy
short assignments. No fee. We pay Wesconnett Blvd. 7814978. April 14
771-3052 737-3144 Drama, Starring Peter Sellers
you. NAS: "NIAGARA" Drama,
XTRA HELPERS 3n-5188 and Snead Cusack. "PG" (112
'69 BUG EXCEL. COND. Starring Marilyn Monroe and
NORMANDY ACRES Radio,window vent shade,wood grain min.)
PART-TIME JANITORS 4 miles west of Cecil. Field. to 20 Acre dash Boat trailer hitch, $950.771.7936. CIX SPECIALS HOSPITAL: "THE GAMES"
Evenings$1.91 hr. tracts.Land Is the best investment for '67 CORTINA, 2Dr. $140. Wednesday, April 18
3891644MECHANIC the future. Other tracts available over '49 CHEVROLET CAPRICE '61 COMET 2Dr., R&H $140. -
NAS! "THE HOUSE
Southwest Jacksonville. 4-Dr.,, HT green' w white' vinyl top, '62 VW Sedan, Runs Good. $340 THATSCREAMED" <

To sail as engineer aboard 85 ft. Wynne Realty of Florida PB, PS, PW, Power doors AC, AM. '64 VALIENT, 2.Dr.6-cyl. R&H $340. Horror, Starring
research vessel, Bonnie Dundee GM- 389-5514 REALTORS 389.8507QUICK FM stereo, tilt.wheel, $1595.264.4120. '65 MUSTANG,V-8 AT. R&H $340 Lilli Palmer and Christian Galbo."PG" .

671. At sea experience necessary. '68 FIAT Coupe,850 series $340 (94 min.) "PG" .

Contact R. Alley, Master. Applied CLASSIC'$6 CORVETTE ASTRO MOTORS HOSPITAL: "HOFFMAN"MAVIS
Physics Laboratory. Johns Hopkins CASH FOR: YOUR EQUITY 327 cu. In.. 4-Spd.. Excel, Cond., $2500. 6566.' Normandy .Boulevard,. 781-4978

University! 92S-3610. Also, Equities for sale on easy.terms Invested asking $1600., 264-6905 aft. 5 r \1

Edward O.Lyon, Broker 38 -0361 P.M. :::::::::.:::::=:::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: ::......:::::::

WANTEDBARBERor .
men's hair stylist. Venetla BarberShop FORD TORINO RUSSELLat
5535 Roosevelt Blvd. Apply In GREEN COVE SPRINGS Take-over pymts. Jax. Navy C. U.

person to Mr. Godwin, daily before 4 Residential, Lots,Acreage Call 786.5012 or 7812020.AUTOTRUCKS the piano bar

P.M. Chat.Mobley, Realtor 284-9365

HEALTH A BEAUTY AIDS Lee Duncan,Associate 264-6861 1969 Dodge, 4dr. $1,000.001965 REASONABLE T-Bird, _,. ., ? BUD FRETWELL:

,$400.001964 Chev.4-Dr.
of natural organic cony. $400.00.
Part-time sales ,
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1964 Dodge 2Dr. $150.00.1958 Chev. .
Call 771'
products. 63 percent profit. 3BR..JFENCEDYARDDoubleCar '
692 evenings. garage, dinette, range & Van.Truck$700.00 781-3260 or 3881356. 2 : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :f

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1949 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLEGood
387.1213;
HANDYMAN WANTEDIMMEDIATELY VanSandt Realtor
Condition. Loaded with Extras. SPECIAL RATES per person
$ 6 00
$1300. or best offer 264-8330 after 5:00 FOR SERVICEMEN double occupancy '
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Fulltime private club Orange Park. P.M.
Call Mrs. Pike, 2646070. WHITE FENCE FARMS Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood
Located in the heart of Arizona's Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
FASTBACK
47 VW
TIREDOFTHE SAME OLD SHIP? finest farming and hunting country, Swimming Pool free Undercover Parking.J41VE.
$495. See at Able
Like to earn what your worth Call Mr. near historic Safford (County seat of Private owner
Sunoco, Rt. 17, Orange Park. 2 t.90.52or
Clark for appt., 7213600. Part-timi Graham County.) Great year-rounc '
284-5238.
work available -climate. l'/ acres, $1,100 low terms.'
For full Information, please write to CI .to''' 3 J
:: : : Mrs. A.C. Young, Glenarm Land Co.:, 44 VW SQUARE BACK ...
,*" ,, ., '2233 North 7th Street, Phoenix 85006. 4-Spd., Radio, Heater., Black with Red MOTOR. HpTEL .J .
Int. $ 9.5OO
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER 4738 San Juan Open Sun. J8 -7W 901 'Main .Street Phone 355-3744 .. .

Responsible party take up pmts of $5. CALLASHIPMATE j
dealer. 772-8936 Within walking' distance to all points of,'interest.
a month. Call Joe Roplak (RET Navy) '69 CUTLASS 4-DR.SEDANAll '

Licensed Real Estate Salesman the Extras for a Low $1295.00

A recorded message by Representing 4738 San Juan Open. Sun. 319-7916
SCOTT EDWARDS Blanding Agency, Inc.Realtors
Tells you how to be a Home 781-7715 Office 7719513. '71 VW 111 : .1.

DISCJOCKEYcall $300. equity, take-over pymts. of $54.

355-2944 any hour. Approved for IN REAL ESTATE MATTERS per mo., 786-0538 or 186.1241.1t63MERCURYMONTERAY. '
School of ..... .. ,5..1.
veterans. Columbia Call Wayne Shrum S .5.:.,.:r:4: 1. +' .Li.
Braodcastlng.San Francisco. Not Blanding Agency, lnc.Realtors : .

affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by 771-9513 $150.00 Call Roberts, Cecil Field ext. **
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AIR LITE INDUSTRIES JAX 69 CONTINENTAL. SEDAN 1150 LANE AVE. SO. PHONE 781-5511
Fabrication in rescreening, window PARK Loaded only 40,000 mi. Sacrifice ,

screens, screen doors, patio & ,pool ORANGE Furn. or Unfurn., Dishwasher $1695.00 -Open Daily 8 to 1:30-Saturday 8 to 5-Sunday 1 to 6 PM
2BR, Apts. Sun. 389-7916 ;
aluminum roofs & car. 4738,San Juan Open
enclosures Elizabeth
Drapes, carpets .
ports. free estimates. Owned 8, Apts., 771-1465 or 771-3355. '68 DODGE MONACO '72 SUPER BEETLE Auto Radio'

operated by: Norman T. Abrams 4-door, HT, PS, AT,AC, R8.H, Maroon _. 71 SUPER BEETLE Auto AC Radio
USN retired Paul Tinney, 2568 Edison WILMAR APARTMENTSAir w-black vinyl top. Excellent condition. 71 SUPER BEETLE AC Radio, Extra Sharp
Ave., 384.1242. Living $1295., phone 3981533.
Conditioned 2 bedroom 71 SUPER BEETLE AM-FMStereo8. Heater
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Bftstnook, parking'
AUTO AI R-COND.SERVICE room, for Kitchen 2 cars, water, 'sewage, 'YAMAHA. 350 STREET BIKE 71 VWSEDAN RAH, Special! "

Room Units. Central Units Tyler space lawn service. Furnished Like New 595.00 70 VW SEDAN R&H, Extra Clean '
Heating & Air Conditioning 4711 garbage 4 percent 4738 San Juan Open Sun. 389-7916
Unfurnished $100. plus 70 VW SEDAN R&H, Special .
3885161. $120.,
Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) weekends 3890744. t' ...
387-2541
sales tax. VWSEDAN R&HClean
I960 FORD PICKUP
LIVE CRABS 6 cyl., current Insp. In March, Asking at VW SEDAN R&H, New paint Special .-
Wllford's Fish Camp 2 BR.FURN.APT. $350., 2642938. 61 VW SEDAN R&H

.264-9707 Near Pool, $75.NAS per& Cecil mo., 7710348.UNFURN.APT.Field, Swimming. '41 MALI BU 2.DR. 45 VW SEDAN R&H, Good Trans.71VWDELUXEBUSRAHAIrCond..

HT,3Spd.,V-8 with Mickey Mouse Air .. ,;
WANTEDOld of as Is $795.00 71 VW DELUXE BUS R&H. Extra Clean' :,

out Aircraft.of production'(P2. F-9 model, S-2, XFY.1 kits' On St. Johns River In Riverside. 1846' 4738 San Juan Open Sun. 389-7916 71 VW DELUXE BUS RAH, Special ;

Navy Etc.) Will pay good price. 264-2529. Mallory, Unit No.'4.1 BR., CHSA, kit. ?MUSTANG 70 VW DELUXE BUS'R&H/Newpafntr; "i.i'.'

equip. Ideal 1 or 2.adults. $160. mo.- 2Dr., HT 302 V-8,,Auto trans.R 8. H, M VW DELUXE BUS'R&H;'Extra Sharp
3889886.
BABYSITTING 249-0165 or $350. Equity, assume pymts. 264-4390 71 VWCAMPER Pop-top, R&H

In my home for 1 or 2 children'2 to 4 FURN.HOUSe or.2 -t.2346. Must sell leaving town1955 -. tt VW CAMPER Pop-top.;R&H

.. of age Ig. fenced yd., Call 77VfiflOJL On New' York Ave. In Orange Park,
NAS S135. mo. CHEVY 71 VW SQUARE BACK R&H, Auto Extra Sharp
: ml. from ,
Vi ,
; Lg.Avail.yard.May 10. Ideal Navy couple. 249- % Ton Plck-Up P.M. 71 VW SQUARE BACK RAN AutoSpeclal. '.y, ,.. ': {:

DALMATIONS-FIRE DOGS 0165 or 3889886. 772-9165 after 69 VW SQUARE BACK RAH Auto \

7 Weeks old AKC Pups '68JAVELINSST2DR.HT RAH Extra Clean, ; :

7865735THESSSHAULINO'CO GIVE US A CALL FOR Auto, PS,' Brakes and Air, this 71 VW FASTBACK R&H, V-Top, Special .1
Property
Rental of Your
Quick weekend 595.00
: O. Broker 3894361 Sun. 389-7916. 70 VW FASTBACK AM-FM Radio, Auto
Edward Lyon 4738 San Juan Open '
Anything Anytime, Anywhere CHEV VEGA Extra Sharp c:
72 $
Courteous Service estimates& Reasonable with no LIKE NEW 69 TOYOTA bucket COROLLA seats, 47 VW 113-1 SEDAN New paint '
Rates. Free __ 2Dr..HT white w-black
obligation. 781-3260 388.1356 or 388- 4-Spd.. R8iH, w-w compare at $}095., NICE SELECTION OF OTHER MODELVW'S -.''
0932. Our price.$.... Car must be driven to
;JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Call January We gave them the VW 16-polnt Safety and Performance Inspection.
KITCHEN SETW'CHA'-RS' 1 Qtr. Mile-No. of NAS Clean Modem be Automotive apprtclated.,387-2839,1171 Cassat Ave. Then we tuned up, tightened,and replaced everything that needed It. :.,.
excel.cond. for the repair or replacement of all
Lg. Table w 2 exten. leafs trailer and apts. 389.3007.AMIASSADORM081LE And guaranteed them 100 percent
AMERICA major mechanical parts for 30 days.or 1000 miles. Come on In and ,
., 264.6094. '70 LIKE NEW AUSTIN '
HOME Yellow w-black bucket seats*. 4-Spd., 'double check. I.

MARSHALLAMPHLIFIER 3BR.4' 1B., WashertDryer: 40' RBtH w-w, 32,000 miles, compare at ENGINE'TRANSMISSION'REARAXLEeFRONTAXLE! '

Three, 15" J.O.; Lansing speakers awning,2AC's 7'x7. utility shed. 771. $1195.,' Our price $988.Call January ASSEMBLIES BRAKE! SYSTEM ELECTRICAL. SYSTE. ..

perfect cond.. $375100.764.1045.. .. 120. \. Automotive,387-2839.1171 Cassat Ave. ;
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YMOBJLE
: vCOLON auto Call January
TOY POODLE. ; TALs,93S9I03rd St. ? domestic compact
old. ,SALES RE ) Cassat 4Y*>
Silver Male, AKC reg.. 1 weeks.' 'CaH77.V0275v;> Aut nnot .,387-2839,1171
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HALE WOODRUFFPAINTERHale 1i' .1
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Woodruff's paintings have been largely motor vehicle accidents and
modernist landscapes and formal abstractions, but he traffic violations'for the period of '

has also done rural Georgia scenes depicting,the "red vJ : March 26-April 1.

clay" country. \ Number of Accidents ,
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'. j i Born in 1900 in Cairo, Illinois, Woodruff a graduateof This Period 13. .
This Period a year ago 18. /.
the John Herron Art Institute in Indianapolis. Encouraged IL Total accidents this year 129. ..

\. } by a bronze award in 1926 Harmon Foundation Total accidents through this -.
competition, Woodruff went to Paris to study at both the period last year 105.

'1 Acad'emie Scandinave and the Acad'emie Moderne, as Total number of days since last .

well as with Henry Ossawa Tanner.
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injury in a motor vehicle accident

In 1931, he became art instructor at Atlanta Univer-, 9I 9'i I % .. p Number of days since an injury 10. .

sity and, five years later, accepted a similar post at New last year at this time 2.

York University. In 1939, he was commissioned by 4 4 4 a! 4 Number of Violations
Talladega College to do "The Amistad Murals", an This Period' 67.
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I $ Speeding 12.
r episodic: depiction of a slave revolt. e : $ Reckless driving 2.

i r_ 4.1I Going through stop sign 3.

k .I- That same year, Woodruff returned to Atlanta HAPPY MOMENT- Dorothy E. Wright, Fiscal Accounting Clerk at Other Violations 50.:

University and, in 1941, initiated the annual art shows the Finance Office, and Cdr. J. E. Boyette, Finance Officer, are all Seven were 'fined (U.S...
which have continued to the present day. smiles as Ms. Wright is awarded a 30-year pin. Magistrate).


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I Jax-NWCA Jax 86 elected Regional Convention and to join .
Under Age 35 delegates and alternates to the the Sheriffs Girls' Villa with a S '\ tt .,., ,reef
Southeast Regional Convention of donation to the facilities building .
the National Navy Wives Clubs at fund. CC A BUYS .' IL
their April, 4 business meeting.The April 14 will find club members l
Now$60,000- delegates are: Mrs. Hank dying eggs for the annual ,700. EQUITY' :;;

Wernet, Mrs. William Brown, Children's Easter Egg Hunt -
Mrs. Joseph Hagan, Mrs. John scheduled for the following day. ':* FOR ONLY $200. V., .' .

Duval, Mrs. Eugene Kubisiak, Mrs. Robert Judd will be incharge 3BR,2full Baths __"", f ..
Mrs. Conrad Hardy, Mrs. Ray of the festivities. 11'x14'Llvin9Room ..r'-
Shafer and Mrs. Harry The speaker for the club's April ."..%,. Fully Furnished '
and Carpeting
Insurance 'McAllister.' ,15 meeting will) be from the Eye ** P..*t1M tfi: :: Air Conditioned ,' L 1v.' N,
Alternates include: Mrs. Bank. Assume monthly payments Vw .,'".
Richard Croley 'Mrs.' 'Dwight .,-, .-jf 0 f on I 1126.00 %*?*!*.fi
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NOT SO
David Smith and Mrs. E.J. :
Wager. Creamed chipped,beef on toast '
Only $9 The convention will be hosted was rated as midway. in, popularity
by NAS Pensacola May 6-9. among 461 possible dishes B1 fBt riiNC. .
when 573 asked about M
In other business, the club men were
:: Per Month voted to give $100 to the NWCA their food preferences at Ft. .
National Scholarship Fund at the Lewis, Wash.
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Smoking "By Proxy"Is JAX REENLISTMENTS I



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you know that:
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Smoking several cigarettes in
a closed '
room soon makes r
the concentration of nicotine and dust rT e
particles so high that
the nonsmoker inhales as much harmful tobacco by-products iIv
as a smoker inhales from four or five cigarettes .

Smoke from an,idling cigarette contains almost twice the r1i.
tar and nicotine of smoke inhaled while I
puffing on a cigarette
On the average, smoke inhaled while ,
puffing
on a cigarette AW2 JAMES NOLAN
contains 11.8 mg of tar and 0.8 !
mg of nicotine
as compared reenlisted at VP-16. ,,
to 22.1 mg of tar and 1.4 mg of nicotine from idling smoke. r _
Thus, smoke from an idling cigarette may be twice as toxicas j
smoke inhaled by the smoker. Although the concentrationof "

harmful substances inhaled by the nonsmoker is less than :
the concentration inhaled by the smoker, the nonsmoker's I
exposure will be for a greater period of time. ,10
Smoking in an airplane will obviously constitute something .
IAn
of a menace to a nonsmoking passenger. It seems obvious .s
that in the confines of an airplane, where a nonsmoker
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may AEC JOHN R. PEEK took the a
be required to sit next to one or between two smokers, and
oath for two more years at AE1 JOHN ROWDACK ..
where the air circulation is (, .
typically poor, the nonsmokerwill NATTC. reenlisted for six years at VP-49.
be subjected to a significant health hazard from. the
smoker.An i
editorial some years ago in SCIENCE magazine con-
cerned the pollution of air by cigarette smoke. In a poorly
ventilated smoke-filled room, concentrations of carbon
monoxide can easily reach several hundred parts per million,
th exposing present smokers and nonsmokers to a toxic
hazard. In fact, it has been found that children of smokers
are ill'more frequently than children of nonsmokers, usually
because respiratory disease.It !
is becoming increasingly apparent that that nonsmokerwho 4
must be present in the traditional "smoke-filled room" t.. ,
characteristic of many conferences and social gatherings has W. GILBO headed for tho 4 ,

an ,exposure to tobacco by-products quite similar to the 14-year mark when he shippedover
exposure of the smoker.'There is some evidence that this for six years at VP4S.A02 .

"smoking environment" extends even into the home where
children may have a sufficient exposure to influence their
cardiovascular system and add years of exposure to their
smoking history, even before they actually smoke them
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added six years under the STAR raised his hand' for six more
Program at VP-24. years at VP-24.

: 'R'eth-ee Seminar SetJax



-A retiree seminar is scheduled for April 14 at the WILSON Poutioc

Naval Training Center Orlando.Mr. .
Robert Nolan, National Executive Secretary of 100% GUARANTEED USED CARS

the Fleet Reserve Association, will be the guest speaker. 73 PONTIAC CATALINA 71 DODGE POLARA 4dr.4dr. .
Nolan maintains a close liaison'with Capitol Hill and will H.T., Mesa Tan with H.T., Regency Blue with H..

be able to brief the attendees on the latest status of 1 Green Interior, Auto trans, Dark Blue Vinyl top auto)
AC P.S., P.B., & radio. Low trans,AC, P.S., P.B. & radio.
pending legislation. 1 mileage. 15,000 miles. I
All military retirees are urged to attend. DAVID R. SHEETS
shipped over for the first time at

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( SPRING HANDICAP WINNERS Members of the NAS Jax Ladies
new season, But what about
) your Golf Association whowon awards in the Spring Handicap Tournament
( ) safety gear that was stored on the recently held at the NAS Golf Course are: (L to R) Jean Schuster ((1st
( ) shelf in the garage all winter? Flight consolation), Bernice Anderson ((2nd Flight consolation), Ruth
Inspect all of it to be it is
( for sure Bolin ((1st Flight runner-up), Ellen Ropiak ((1st Flight winner), Dottie
absolutely ready to if and
are use Hilton ((2nd Flight runner-up), Marion Vaught (3rd Flight consolation)
when need it. Some of the
you and Vi Pavlick ((2nd Flight winner). Not pictured are Harriet Potter
their things to look for: before you just ((2nd Flight winner) and Lourie Klein ((3rd Flight runner-up).
NJSC throw the stuff back in the boat

are: <<<<_:<':<';>; .'<<<':':':':'''.: ::::>:*,
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1. Life jackets free of punctures
: 2. Used items replaced in first aid L SPORTS NEWS {
kit
Day
all 3. Full can of freon for air horn
4. Operable whistles
of 5. Batteries fresh or recharged Rifle Team Harvests Gold Medals
of 6. Fire Extinguisher fully
II charged Annapolis, Md Coach Web good enough to capture the
size, 7. All lines checked for wear and Wright's Navy Rifle team reapeda National Freshman Cham-
chafe harvest of gold medals in the pionship in shoulder-to-shoulder
they National Rifle Association sectional shooting. The excellent series
,un- These are things we sometimes. tournament fired recentlyon was achieved by a team of Bob
neglect even though we take the Academy indoor range. Bauman, Roger Wendt, Jim
( great care'to insure that the boat When the scores were tallied, Thompson and Chris Kidd.
and itself is safe and seaworthy. Navy had won both individualand Results of the sectionals were
( ) hand Safety gear that doesn't work will team titles in firing on forwarded to the NRA, who will
quickly turn an accident into a conventional and international compare them with scores from
disaster. targets. similar tournaments throughoutthe
Plebe Paul Paskey was a nation to determine the
( ) 6 a.m.-JO: p.m.. surprise number one finisher in National Collegiate team and
the individual conventional individual champions. An-
standings. "Paul has developedas nouncement of the winners is
; a shooter this winter, "Wright normally _made in late ,April or
; marveled, "but1' he sure' ended early May.
strong by pulling this one out."
CARS Team captain John McHenry
L:6:0 made it a sweep of the individual FORTHE ULTIMATE
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<< included Paskey, had the best
1 1I E mark, an, '1164 series. Other
CENTER members of the winning quartet,
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"Blue" squad capturedthe
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international team standingswith
t an 1127, just nine points
better than the 1118 recorded by SEE MOON MULLINS
r 1 1 Navy's top Plebe contingent. (LCdr. USNRet.ATClaude )
L, McHenry, John Maher, Travis
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tlatolCllfoster Rolls .:.:.;.:*.:.:....:..:x,..:...:.:.:,:...:....:.....:..V.V.V.V.. : :>V.VW>.%:VV.V.VA'dV.Vi1iVKvWSSSVKVK'dV.VIntramural ?-
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Jax-Harold Foster rolled the ,other three wins for AMERICAN. LEAGUE PACIFIC GUE
highest single game of the 1973 came against the Top Five The top two teams, the Pin \V L o W L
Commodores.
Busters and the Leprechauns, HURRICANES 35 5 SPLITMAKERS 33 11
Intramural Bowling season last As a result of the
Commodores each won three games while the TRAILBLAZERS 28 12 VP-45 No.1 30 .10
week when he pounded the pins losses to
Top Five the
Six
Pack
third and fourth place teams LATE CHARGERS Z1 13
AFEES 26 18
for a 268 total and In the processhe team equaled the I
Commodoreswin
his American picked up one game each on the CHIEFS 23 17 FUBARS 20 20
helped team add League totals with a four game top two.by.winning all four. UNCOLAS 23 17 CHERRY PICKERS 20 20
Hurricane a to
game sweep over Women's
Lib The The Pin Busters won their POP TOPS 22
18 GUTTER RATS 20 20
their lead when they swept four only thing keeping them out of three against the Eagles No. 3 COMMISSARY STORE 17 23 NUBS 20 20
from the Bees. Foster's final first is the fact that
they have team
lost while the
Leprechauns won ClIAMEClIS 17 23
BEAN BURNERS 19 21
for the night left him with four
totals
a more games than theirs
the
against the Chasers with ADCOP 17 23 WALLBANGERS 16 24
613 set Commodores. Leading Six Pack Robert Leffler rolling games of EAGLES No 1 14 26.ADPERS' BATMEN 16 24 H
The Hurricanes lead was increased to their sweep were Jack Schell 204 and 207. Help won all four 11 29 WOXOFS 13' 27 ft
to seven games when the who rolled a 221 and Ron Fet- against the Grouches and the BEES 10 30 MARTD 11 29 '

second place Trailblazers lost terhoff., who rolled a 208. Marine Barracks won all four CONTINENTAL LEAGUE ATLANTIC LEAGUE. 0:
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one game to the Eagles No. 1 Richard Moore rolled games of from the Boozers. \V L W L .

team. 212 and 215 on the way to a 612 Hospital evened up their recordat PIN BUSTERS 34 10 NARJAX No. 1 30 14 :;
The Late Chargers, In the series that enabled his FICEUR 5 22 wins and 22 losses when they LEPRECHAUNS 31 13 LIFERS 28 16 :',
meantime, dropped two games to team to win half of their four won three from the Eagles No. 2 HELP 30 14 FIC CPO No. l 27 17 :
the UnColas and fell out of a tie games with Radar 17. Radar 17 team. Having big games for the MARINE BKS Z1 17 CAG-20 ."; 26 18 :
for second with the Trailblazers. won their half as a result of a 214' Hospital were Arthur Rehme HAWKS 2S 19 FASOTG '." ;., '25 19 4

Billy Marrs and Foard Parsons game and 575 set by Frank Wood with a 215,Bill Shepard with a 204 HOSPITAL 22 22 GOOD AND BAD : 24 20
tried to hold off the UnColas with and a 208 from Tom Taylor. and Stephen Baker with a 201. GROUCHES 22 22 FIC CPO No.2 21 23
games of 216 and 215 respec- Atlantic League Randy Acklin had a 207 for the CHASERS 20 24 BUSCH BUDS 19 25 -t:.

tively, but Kerry Allore The Lifers moved into second Eagles. EAGLES No.3 20 24 VP-16 CPO 17 27
retaliated for the Uncolas with place in the Atlantic League last The Super Stars failed to im- EAGLES No.2 16 28 VP-45 CPO 16 28 .
games of 214 and 200. week and moved to within two .prove on their total of two wins BOOZERS 15 29 NARJAX No.2 16 28
Gary Middleton rolled a 223 to games of first when Adam when they lost all four to the SUPER STARS 2 42 TRIPPERS 15 29

lead his Pop Top -team to three Robertson rolled a 239 game anda Hawks. Don Hannemand James NATIONAL LEAGUE

wins over ADCOP, ADPERS and 564 set to lead the way to three Fischer were the big scorers for 'W L TENNIS STANDINGS
the CHAMECHS took two each in wins over the Busch Buds. the winners with games of 215 COMMODORES 29 11
their match and the CommissaryStore NarJax No. and 203 respectively. 'pa
1 remained in first SIX PACK 29 15 W L
took three from the Chiefsin place but lost some ground when Pacific LeagueIn TOP FIVE 265 17th VW-4 3 'O.'

other American League action. they lost three games to the the Pacific League the RAT PACK 2S 19 VP-45 .3 ,. 0 :

National League Trippers. The Trippers were led Splitmakers continued to sit on FICEUR 5 224 17 NATTC j2......:\r ':,( .
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After last week's performanceby by Johnny Blackburn's 213._ top of the standings with four NAMTD 20 20 NDRC 1 ':." Joseph Farley and his wins over the Batmen and the FAW-11 1 *V.f
The FICEUR CPO No. 1 team GEM 19 2S .J;
National League Rat Pack team, also had problems last week VP-45 No. team remained three FLAP JAX 18 18 HOSPITAL 1" 1 {;i

they may be,caught wishing that when they fell out of second and games behind with four wins BUSCH LEAGUERS 17 19 NARJAX ..1 2

every week was the first week of into third with three losses to from the WOXOFS.The WOMEN'S LIB 16 24 VP-16 ,1.. ""},'.2". .
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team all the time. within five games of first and two quite as lucky as they lost WIPE OUTS 15 25 VP-24 ,0 2. .
The Rat Pack rolled two games of FICEUR with the aid of three to the Wallbangers. Carl PELICANS 11 25 MATSG 0 2 l
Garner rolled a 215 to lead the .!
matches last week
against GEM Gerald Dooley's 205 game.
and won seven out of eight Ken Coots rolled a 201 game to' WallBangers. ,13.
games. Four of their wins camein help his Good and Bad team to a Fourth place in the l league e

a sweep of the GEMS when split. with NarJax No. 2. Even turned..Into.,quite a traffic jam Chief Say: .
Zarley rolled a 241 game and a though Good and Bad is in sixth with four teams tied with 20 wins Big

610 set.They followed this up with place,. they are only six games and losses..,The Cherry'Pickersand
LITTLE WAMPUM
three wins in a, make-up match out of first, in the very tight Nubs were two of those
that roll 202 and teams as the result of the Cherry
saw Zarley a Atlantic League race.
total 578 for his series. Also taking place in the Pickers winning three from the ; GO LONG WAYMONARCH i
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Taft led the winners
The Top, Five team also found Atlantic League were matches Nubs. Ken
last week profitable when they that saw fourth place CAG-20 with'a 216 game and a 587 set.

won six games. Three came taking three from the VP-16 CPO The Gutter Rats moved into the / .
against the Radar 17 team when team and the FICEUR CPO No.2 fourth place jam with a four / 111

Mike Tessler rolled a 216 game. team take three from the VP-45 game sweep from MARTD with

The one win by Radar 17 was the CPO team. William Greenwalt rolling a 200 .. '
result of a 208 game and 574 Continental League .
series by Richard Hunter. The The top four teams in the while FUBARS fell into fourth .
/sa.eE eEE..rs.I "-"-- Continental League all main- with three losses to the Bean i

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i He has seen injustices in
BOWLING FISHING nation's schools, courts, law
j CO NATIONAL LEAGUE: From his retirement "villa" ment agencies, and in his
Cecil Field's premier league near Georgetown, Florida, word quest for economic security;
commenced their summer has been received that ex-Cecil consequently, he I is socially
bowling last Wednesday. Communications Field mainstay, LCDR "Will"Chrome < r sensitive to any form
surprisingly took landed a 15 pound bass. discrimination, real or
( i over the top slot. High sets were The 'Isaac Walton of Lake M.. imagined. Due to the social
\ t rolled by Flores ((560, 195-208)); George hooked his trophy lunderon patterns in the society from
r 1 ; Tyler (542, 202-183); Kordek ((534, a Hawg Hunter, using 8 pound he emerged, he frequently
s \ f 205-175)); Rosa ((511-181)); Long: test line. The above informationwas close relations with his
I ), ((509, 191-175)); Anderson ((507- tossed in as a prelude to brothers resulting in
Ii\\1 224); Alcoran (501-198)).Ed Smith* informing all local anglers that voluntary polarization. Some
1 i tossed a 211 game and Canaway Special Services can provide you blacks consider violence '
just missed the Big Three with'aJ with gear necessary to hook that, acceptable course of action for
J 139139135. big. Mr. Ed Groff, Special resolving conflict. .
Services Officer does not
:< The initial action in the sam-'J guarantee you'll catch a big 'one ; A communications and
/.. mer league was preceded try' however. Special Services gap exists between
S s a blacks and whites and,
elections. Dale Howard was maintains campers with hitches a
; elected President, (the fit most : even more so, between
,1} Frenchy cars my Ipana
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: f Eschete Vice President EI blacks and older black
; and expluded), boats, motors up to
t ; \, George ,Lent. .Secr tary ; Sian.I 9% h.p., rods and reels, stoves, ; officers and officers.
i l'f;, dings: HIll'UjU : lanterns, coolers, shrimp nets, TilE ONLY LUSH that Nancy Suetle experienced social In
I ( etc. appreciates is the lush tropical setting In their communities, ..
f ; : Communications r-'.rAi'i.1 -0 Many old timers in this area of Sunken Gardens, Fla. near St. 'blacks out of contact with
t CPOs 4-0 swear by lunar fishing: Petersburg where she models.>ou're and supervisors, may be "
AMD No.1" 3-1. "Shellcrackers will reach their toot a tropical Jungle,and your friends by informal group .
f Admin ;' $'' :-'"=1 peak 18 April, and bass the call you by that cute nkkname,it's time hospital.'f and; may perceive in-
Fall's Fallen( ) 5 3''I middle of, next month". Don't to take a serious look at your drinking', spectors general,chaplains,legal
AMD No.2 3 : -I miss it. officers, com
Marines 3. -1 VOLLEYBALL manders, and petty officers as -.
BOQ 1-3 Coach Buck Wurster is holding Cecil representatives. ; ,
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NWSED l'3 practice and try-outs daily in the and. judicial
Medical 1 -3' station gym for those Interested' procedures may also be regarded 'i'; ,
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Weapons 1-3 years district competition: volunteers met Monday evening, emanating from such perception '
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.1 0-4 Champions. Longardt, outgoing chairman of deeper problems related to a lack
the group. The volunteers will awareness, understanding, '.. .
J now be headed by Polly Brodsky and above all, communications.
average young black ser-
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How] They StandIntramural

,,_ COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORS
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By Dr, O.E, .1
Frye Jr.,Director,Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission < .

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One of the major drawing by Golf 'StandingsAMERICAN
OUV. sportfishermer .
cards for tourism in Florida is utilizing angler a good fight on the end ,
legal means of of a tight line.
the excellent sports fishery
catching Bass. At the
resources available to all, and time; he looks at his same There are still fishing LEAGUEW NATIONAL LEAGUE
own purists who look down their
at a very reasonable price modest selection of -
The attraction of potential reels, lures and miscellaneous rods, noses at the thought of L W L.. ,
trophy or world record fish "junque" all fishermen fishing for pay, and they NARJAX No.1. 5 t MARTD 3. 1

on any given cast an angler gather, and knows many of certainly their have the.privilege of GEMS .::. r 4V& IJ,2 NDRC '," ;3 I.
own opinion.But
makes, has recently drawn the 4 1 l'
improvements made recently 'as the tournament VW-4 NARJAX No.2 ,,,3 ,
national tournament Bass have come from the Bass SUPPLY 4. 1 FAW-ll ,,3',. 2
fishing fraternity ,
to several Florida grows
fishermen tournament trails through local Bass oriented VP-24 4 1 AIMD :i3 2 \
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lakes, and resultant "native"reaction In Florida, he realizes his fishing clubs, state associations FICEUR .. 4 2 VP-45 No.1 t;.'2"f:. ; '- 2 .
been ,
has predictable.Cries license dollars went into research such as the Associationof MATSG 3 3 MARINEBKS2':. .. ; 2
of "They're rapingour on this very question, Florida Bass Clubs and the th .
lakes" and "Those ADMIN 1 3J,2 HOSPITAL 1 :- 1-
guyspay and doubts that Game and
Florida: Lunker Association,
$200 to fish for three Fresh Water Fish Commission NWSF ,1 4. VP-18 2' 3
and after among others, more and more AIR OPS 1 51 WEAPONS ,0' : 3'
days, they leave biologists would calmly sit fishermen will come into con : il'
there isn't a decent fish left back and permit any type of tact with either tournaments VP-4S No.2 1 167wH. 0,4
for miles around", are often operation which could con or tourney anglers them AFEES 1

heard. ceivably injure what they selves. .' .. .... '!d. .a ..
The tournament buff, have worked for and managedso The Florida Game and 'y[ .
however, be he a national long. Fresh Water Fish Commission : :
tournament caliber professional As the anti-tournament is far from being an advocateof Intramural Pistol Standings' I
earning a good living vocalists shouted, and some the tournaments. By the
by fishing for the many two non-fu.herrnen began to look same token, they offer no
and three thousand dollar with disfavor on piles of dead arguments against the grow NATIONAL LEAGUEW AMERICAN LEAGUE"'(! .

prizes, or the local angler who contest fish on the dock .ing activity,so far. L ,'rt
fancies himself a good fisherman W /t .::1.
(even though they went to What the Game and Fresh FICEUR 7.
with expert knowledge charitable .organizations) the Water Fish Commission is MATSG 4 '.2 WEAPONS 6 ,.... ..O.
.of local waters, is eager to see father of modern tournamentBass doing is using the fishing NATTC 4 3 NARJAX .4 :-, y.I2."

these competitions come toFlorida. fishing, Ray Scott, presi- license dollars to continue its MARTD 4 3 VP-16 ..4. ,,2) ::.
Obviously, there are dent of the Bass Anglers research into all aspects of, AIMD 4 3 VP-4S (. 3. .., ,.t 3:.
the small percentage of Sportsman Society, pro recreational fishing, tourna- NARF 2 3.
anglers who see not Large- posed a radical new twist in ments included, to provide HOSPITAL 2 5 VW-4 1 5
mouth Bass, but large pocket tournament scoring. the best possible answer to FAW-11 1 5 NDRC 0 5
" prizes only. Anglers were advised they how best to provide quality SUPPLY 1 ,6
Some casters feel they can should install live wells in fishing recreation. .'
;;:" reach ,a prestige peak by their Bass boats, and bring .
" placing high in the standings their catch to the official

/ of the widely advertised con weigh stations alive and well, !!!i !!i .-.0 ..ec.e.-I aJ i c" Standing BouI..nIHouse
tests. Others just want to get and able to survive if released.To 4 Cedar Hills Shopping Center|
in with some of these experts add an incentive, addi- -Quality Foods Phone 771.9223
and experienced master tional bonus scoring points
anglers, and pick up a few were added to their score for Every SATURDAY Night isSTEAK Every FRIDAY Night is
pointers to help their own each active healthy Bass NIGHT
.. fishing. These are the folks which was weighed in. It was FAMILY.
, who enjoy and want tournaments the kick-off of a program,

1L. Bass fishing in Florida. complete with colorful CHICKEN &
t Somewhere in between the shoulder patches, known as l' 9.
k. exultations of the tourna "Don't Kill Your Catch." $179'DUMPLINGS or .

( ,pert,.winners.and.the doomsday The program was initiated NIGHT CHOPPED STEAK
criers of the anti- 'in i972'n Lake Kissimmee, :

y, tournament crowd, stands during one of the -, majorB.A.S.S. with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables. Bread f and Butter'
Steak
Lb.'Club
\ tournaments and V4
Joe Public Fisherman. ,
: DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM
f" He isn't too sure about ally the usual noise from spec- LUNCH '11 AM til 2 PM

I;, these hotshot Bassmasters tators at the weigh-in was .
!, attacking his favorite lake in noticeably low as angler after I

!%:. platoon formation, but he angler brought their strings of
, isn't about to demand a stop flopping fish quickly to the
;. to the tournament action.He scales, had the weights
( just might want to try his recorded, and promptly
luck some day when he saves slipped their fish into aerated
up that $200 entry fee.) tank trucks for the audienceto
''( First, he reads and studies watch and marvel over. I -. _1<
I ': enough about his favorite Later, a surprising 85% of the "

" ,sport to know professional original catch was returned to :; ?
fishery biologists have flatly the clear lakes of the Kissim

stated that a good sized body mee chain,to live, reproduce:
. of water, cannot be "fished and possibly give anotherSALESMAN SAILOR

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PAGE, 20 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWiNGER APRIL 12, 1973

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MATS Claims Jax : Team Chosen "
\ Bowling ::0: .

\ 1 Pistol TrophiesJax ;

r _) For District Championships :: : :

The MATSG Pistol o.. o

: Team, consisting of Jax Five men and five 196 and 536 by Duea,a 201 and 512

: Sergeants James Gardner, women were chosen last' week to by Henderson and a 195 and 472 .:.
" t William Griffith, Daniel represent NAS Jax at the 6th by O'Donnell.
Cham Twenty-four men started out in
Naval District Bowling .
and Dan
f i I Waite Corporal pionships to be'held at Memphis the competition and at the end of

Simpler, presented the ibp' beginning April. 16. nine games the field was cut t to .

MATSG CommandingOfficer The top five men at the end of the. 10 highest men.In order to be ,.
LtCol David A. 1 1Li 18 games of qualifying were AW3 in the top 10, each bowler had to

Teichmann, with a total of Gary Bentley of VP-24 with a 189 have a minimum total of 1551 pins
in average, AT2 Gary Dearing of for the nine games or an averageof
27 pistol trophies won NDRC with a 186 average, SK2 172.The five who made the top .
H recent events. Kerry Allore of Supply with a 185 ten but not the final five qualifers \, ..'
Included in the group AM2 Richard Beam of included Bob Bagdigian, Rick .'
PISTOL TEAM IS LOADED'Loaded with trophies, that ISI|, The average,
was nine first-place and :MATSG Pistol Team recently presented LtCol David A. Teichmann NDRC with a' 185 average ,and Dillon, Reggie Ammons, Herbert' '
five second place trophies, with a total of 27 trophies. Team Captain James Gardner is shown YN1 Jim Cruthirds of NDRC witha Roberts and Fred Merry. .

all of which were won in above presenting the MATSG CO with one of the trophies. Other team 181 average.
will
who
the Jacksonville Police members are: (L to R) Cpl. Dan Simpler, Sgt. William Griffith and The five women ,/'. '
Sgt. Daniel Waite. represent Jax'at Memphis are Lt.
Club Match, the Dixie Kathy Kroll of Hospital with a 163 THERE WERE. 17,330 American .
Match 2700 (both at \' ::: : average, Lt (jg) Margaret, Indians in the U.S. Armed

Gateway), the Mid-Winter I &WK'mlTEE TALK 1 Rooney of Hospital with a 162 Forces'during World War I and '. .
1 Dixie Duea of '
l Pistol Tournament at average, PH2 39,000 World War II, 1
NATTC with a 156 average, PHCS
t Tampa and the Palmetto L By Phil Falcone Micki Henderson of FICEUR

2700 Match held in Miami. with a 154 average and PN1 Mary
Jax ,- A few days ago while the markers and no more than Ann O'Donnell of NATTC with a We've Changed our Name
getting some news to print.at the two club lengths behind the 144 average. but the SERVICE is the Same
golf shack, I observed a markers, never in front.II. During the course of the at...

D threesome and a twosome, too If the ball falls off the tee bowloffs, high games and sets :;:;;. ;.. .....m:;: :::::..:::: :::::::::, .'
I impatient to wait 10 minutes to before you've taken a swing, you rolled by. the top five men in- -=::
tee off of No. 1,amble over to No. may replace it without penaltybut cluded a 235,and'644 by Bentley, a
10 and tee off.The total yards for if you swing and miss after 236 and 601 by Beam, a 208 and HONDA
the five drives equalled 100 yards addressing the ball, its a whiff 565 by Cruthirds a 228 and 587 by *
with two balls being declaredlost. and counts one stroke. Allore and a 220 ,and 580 by :x.1JI *:l "

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y i .. $ cleared of all players by 1130 women's high scores .included 4949. BLANDING BLVD.
t. : The, moral of this story is to hours on, Friday the 13th for the a 216( game and 561 set by PHONE 771-8244

remind people that golf is a gameof Navy-Navy League Tourney. Kroll, a 206 and 555 by Rooney a
mental concentration and
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