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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 19, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 31 NO. 5 Published In The Interest of Personnel of -Naval Air Station,'Jacksonville, Florida APRIL 19. 1973 t

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-. ,Jax-PCl John H. Jenkins, Postal Directory Supervisor g4 i'r

at.the NAS Jax post office, has been selected the ,

station's. Serviceman of the Month for March.
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Jenkins assumed his present without any additional help and is \ rr
duties near the beginning of the providing better service than that jI
drawdown of military 'and experienced in the past.

l civilian personnel and was faced "Petty Officer Jenkins'
, '. with single-handedly doing the devotion to duty his outstanding .

,.... job formerly done by four people. leadership and managerial
"Although the office. staff was abilities, and Naval Professionalism
reduced," Capt. Donald J. have earned the
t ".: Childers said in nominating respect of all who come in contact I:: l
Jenkins :for the honor, "the efforts with him.
of Petty Officer Jenkins "In the Naval uniform he is the f.
never faltered and he carried out example 'for others to pattern i/

.>... the duties of the postal directory themselves."
'with a great deal of vigor and While off-duty, Jenkins and his
expertise* wife'are active with Cub Scouts -

A 14-year Navyman, Jenkins and Brownies leadership. "- .
has trained many Project Jenkins is a Webelos Scout Den '- :--- _
Transition personnel in Postal Leader and Cub 'Scout Den Richard C.O'Loughli"n.
Cap
Service mail handling and Leader while his wife is a "
procedures. To date all Transition Brownie Den Leader
personnel he has trained Capt. Childers concluded the i
have passed the postal service nomination letter by saying, C pt.O'LoughlinSele' d: ,

entrance examination. "Petty Officer Jenkins 'Can Do'on4uty ,
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In April of last ,year,. another and off-duty is a prime .;i
.' (personnel, drawdown, forced,:the, example of''the,Navy spirit.". : t

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function to the Postal Directory,,I ,will receive' a free trip.to. St. <, '
.*' resulting In.'added'responsibility" Augustine compliments of the
;' USO dinner for two at the '' Officer has been chosen '
l.. for Jenkins. Jax Capt. Richard C. O'Loughlin} NAS JAX Supply
Childers,,, Candlelight Restaurant, and a the ; I
According to Capt. : Council Management Improvement to receive } i
the President's Advisory on ,
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local motel.
\ "Jenkins. assumed this. task: 'weekend stay at a Award. f'
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the Secretary of Defense ElliotL. and Utilization Training 1972 include myriad of !notable l
Richardson yesterday at the ana Executive Development and achievements' that. will generate f.
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Pentagon., Internal Management Improvements lasting benefits to the Naval Air .,.,
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Captain 0' Loughlin is one, of departments.A Station Jacksonville i-
two' Navy nominees to receive letter from Capt. William G. Through :Copt, O'Loughlin's : ,
this high level recognition;, Sizemore NAS Jax CO, personal efforts the Contractor 'j
av The Presidential Management nominating him for the award Operated .Spare Parts Story '
Improvement program covers titled Capt. O'Loughlin's accomplishments (COPARS) was established for a '
Personnel Management and as "Outstanding"in means of improvingautomotive )
. all of the required fields. It maintenance support. The

Lto <. Military read in part: COPARS can save NAS I

"In every facet of his per Jacksonville approximately .
. Shake-Up ,formance, he has displayed an $34,000 annually in operating +
. ii intense interest and devotion to expense, approximately 3% i iir
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reduce vehicle downtime by
J .. \ Aids Jax effort involved in order to assure
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: maximum attainment of timely supply

I-t .i' y Jax-The air station will realizea program: :objectives. Ills .ac- parts.Easter 04.', .at
boost in manpower here in the "... ,-, .'

r rI F. '.near Charles future E. ,Bennett.according. to Rep services Jet.Jax n

Bennett released figures
Rep.
Tuesday indicating that the ... An Easter Sunrise a.m.
station's' populationwill be increased Service will be field at 6 a.m. CATHOLIC CHAPEL: Can
: by as many as 1,312 Sunday on the north side of Lake fesslons today from 11:30 a.m. toU:30
military personnel and will Casa Linda near the station p.m.:' Mass of the Lord's
receive 62 new civilian em- Chapel. Supper, today at 7:30 p.m.;
ployees.The Special music will be providedby Tomorrow, Confessions, from
Naval Air Rework Facility''will the All Saints' Chapel Choir 11:30 a.m.. to 12:30 p.m. Good
receive 33 new civilian and breakfast rolls, hot chocolateand Friday Liturgy and Holy Com ,
I coffee will be served to all munion at 7:30 p.m..on Saturday -
t billets. following the service. Confessions from ,i:JO a.m. ,
; Other bases, such as Cecil worshipers
Field and Naval Station Mayport, The schedule for other Easter to 11:30 p.m.and Easter Vigil and .
will also be strengthened due to ,services Is as follows: Mass at 1:30 p.m.; Mass of the

the latest closing of Navy, bases. PROTESTANT CHAPEL* Resurrection Sunday CHAPEL at 11. Joint a.m. :,,*t
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HOSPITAL
Thursday Service todayat
Maundy
The economic impact expectedto ,
.:-..' MOVING THE MAIL-PC1 John H.Jenkins, NAS Jax Serviceman of be felt in the Jacksonville 7:30 p.m..; Good Friday Service Catholic-Protestant ,Easter j
:' the Month for March,puts the Yard Mall process In motion at the NAS Community will be in the ISO tomorrow at, noon: Easter Worship.Service Sunday at 9:30
million range, Bennett Bald Worship Service' Sunday at 11 a.m. F.
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Syrup Hamor Bar. Sauce, Buttered Greens, Simmered
Chips, Sliced Tomatoes, Onions,
Pork Sausage, Creamed Eggs, SUPPERs.ltaUan Spaghetti w.MeatBalls .
Navy Beans, Salad Bar, Sugar Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles,
Lyonnaise Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Parmesan Cheese, Pizza Pies, Cookies, Cherry Pie.Sunday Mustard, Catsup, Salad ,
DINNER Oyster Stew, Fried Fish Garlic Bread Buttered Green Beans, ,April 22 Dessert Bar.SUPPERi Dressing Sunday
Sticks or El Rancho Stew, Baked Salad Bar, Marble Cake, Lime Jello.: BREAKFAST! Chilled Grapefruit Divine Worship 8:30: a.m.
Macaroni Cheese, Tartar Sauce, Saturday,April 21 Juice Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Italian Spaghetti wMeat at All Saints 'Chapel.
Sauce, Baked
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.Carrots Salad Bar, Marble Cake Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order, Grilled Ham, Creamed Dried Beef, Cheese, Seasoned Brussels Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
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Pastry Bar.BRUNCH Chocolate Bar Angel Food Cake, All Saints Chapel. ,
Cream .
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OTA X AI Ft: N: E'W'S Salisbury ; Steak at 10 ,a.m.French Creole Fried Soup ,April 25 12:30 p.m." Senior Youth'

Potatoes, Salad Bar, Lemon Layer BREAKFAST! Chilled Apple Juice, Fellowship 1:30 p.m.
Cake, Chocolate Krlnkle Cookies. Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order, Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
The JAX AIR NEWS .It a Civilian' Enterprise' Newspaper SUPPER Roast Pork Loin, Brown Griddle Cakes w-Syrup. Grilled at the Small Chapel.
distributed each Gravy, Applesauce, Snowflaked Bacon, Creamed Ground Beef,
Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air' Station
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Jacksonville Potatoes Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered Potatoes Pastry Bar. Tuesday
Florida, by the Holt Publishing' Company, a Green Beans Salad Bar, Chocolate DINNER Vegetable Soup, Country Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
private firm. All Copy submitted for use 'In the JAX AIR NEWS Krlnkle Cookies, prneapple Pudding. Style Chicken, Creamed Gravy, p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
must be forwarded to }he Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Monday,April 23 Whipped Potatoes, Bread Dressing, Christian Science Service 8p
Jacksonville, by 1200 noon on Monday before BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple Cranberry Sauce, Buttered Corn .m. at the Small Chapel.
News Items publication. Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Griddle Cakes w- Seasoned Broccoli, Salad Bar, Apple
are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Pie, Vanilla Wafers.SANDWICH NAVALHOSPITAL .
or 3119. Meat. Home Fried Potatoes Pastry Divine Worship lOa.m. at
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race, creed color, national origin' or sex of the purchaser, Buttered Carrots. Seasoned Mixed Grilled Ham Worship
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Vegetables, Salad Bar, Coconut Pineapple Sauce. Baked Macaroni. Steaks.w- Service, 10:30: a.m. In'
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the Cream SANDWICH Pie, Applesauce Cake. Cheese, Boiled Cabbage & Carrots, Building 500.

refusal' to print advertising' from that source." Hamburger LINE Buns,! Sloppy French Joes Fried on Cherry Buttered Jello.Peas, Salad Bar, Apple Pie CATHOLICSaturday

Potatoes, Salad Bar Relish Tray Mass 5 p.m. at
Advertisements are solicited. by the publisher and queries' Dessert Bar.SUPPER Thursday,April 26 St. Edward's Chapel
concerning' such should be directed to* : Grilled Hamburgers or BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice. Sunday Mass a.m and 11
Sweet Sour Pork, Steamed Rice, Au Cooked Farina, Fried Eggs to Order, a.m. Dally Mass-Monday,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Gratin Cauliflower, Buttered Green French Toast w-Syrup. Grilled Ham, Tuesday, Thursday andFrlday.11
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all requests for !
use of the Picnic Areas at .

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6ND NAS JAX Form ''" '.

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.Bomar picnics or parties are LOOKS NICE AT NARJAX-Miss' Suzanne Kersey, newly selected ,
planned for the Old Skeet "Miss NARJAX",admires the new"Sailors Are More Fun"tee shirts
Club and Fish Camp picnic with Capt. C.D. Gilpin, Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve'commanding( L'
Top Jax Civilian officer. Miss Kersey will represent the Jacksonville Naval Air J
areas. Reserve at all official functions.A senior at Orange Park High School, 1.1'
"Miss NARJAX" Is the daughter of a recently retired Navyman. -'
Jax-Oliver B, Bomar, Jr., a Commodity Analyst in rI.I.c .

the Control Division of the Supply Department, has been ,. I
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Mr.'Bomar won the award on use of funds- for the- purchase and the basis of his extremely effective procurement of all types of Fleet : .::. .
analyzes of stock fund Material Support Office items i
transactions for a $2.2 million and his reviews of excess AIIPurrosT
inventory as well as his per- programs and corrections to the lI l-
formance in the inventory of computer prepared cards prior to
control functions for automotive submission to the appropriate -
equipment, and General Services inventory manager.As I
Administration (GSA) material. .
'fhe.award was also based on a result of all his reviews, ";., ...,. <. : ". :.
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........................................................................... ACC Marion E. Rowland
L {{titilti{{' y recently extended his career In

fi8SSiAROUND the Navy when he reenlisted for
CECIL SIX years. ,Chief Rowland is
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congratulated AMH2 O.K. Whelchel after he reenlisted for FIVE Paul Rheaume was "piped over" the side after having served the
I years. Petty Officer Whekhel received a VRB of $4,000. He and his Navy honorably and faithfully for thirty years. CDR J.M. Gilmore,

j r wife Laurie reside here in the Jacksonville area. Career.C.O.of VA-45,congratulated Chief Rheaume on his outstanding Naval

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reenlisted by CDR C. E. Armstrong. Burns signed on for FOUR more for FOUR more years on S
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bills. i THAT YOU HAVE COME TO KNOW AND TRUST NURSING SKILLYour

i -We consolidate bills. Pay them off. Cut : Iz1 \ ,
free time can be turned Into
monthly payments. And still give people cash by part.tIme assignments In

extra cash. To handle an emergency. For a hospitals, ,nursing homes and
i private homes. Work when you
: trip home. Color Whatever.. r e 1 sAsk want for as long as you want. No
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.1 are looking for...
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Services Registered Nurses Licensed
Practical Nurses Aides
about our Badcock'EASY' PURCHASE
AMRIANCtAL PLAN. PLEASE CALL TODAY 354-5833
< Ideal for young Navy families lust starting out.
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Sax -- A 12-year-old
Palomino Mare named"Penny" Jax -The Civilian Cafeteria is Beet and Onion; (
located at Bldg. 2 on the Chocolate Cream Pie, Boston
will be sold soon southeast corner of Yorktownand Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Assorted ;
to the highest bidder. Ranger. All military and Puddings. 7
Those interested in civilian personnel and their Wednesday,April 25 ,
"Penny" are requested to guests are invited to use the Bean Soup, Fried Chicken,
I facility. Baked Meat Loaf with Creole
, submit sealed bids to the ]
Breakfast is served from 6-8 Sauce, Broiled Pork Chops with
: NAS Jacksonville Special a.m, and lunch is served from 11 Dressing, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin,
Services Officer, Box 14, a.m. to 1 p.m. Surf Cakes with Hush Puppies.
Building 704, not later than This week's menu is as follows: French Fried Potatoes, !

.. April 27 Bids of less than Monday,April 23 Mashed Potatoes, Rice with
$300 will not be considered. Tomato Soup, Beef Short Ribs Gravy, Turnip Greens, Great
RETIRES; AT NATTC.AECSJames F. Borgmeier piped ashore at with Rice, Baked Franks with Northern Beans, Peas. '
;... The Mare can be seen at NATTC at the end of a 22-year Navy career. Senior Chief Borgmeier Beans, Baked Ham with Cab Egg Custard Pie, Banana
.: the NAS Jax Special worked at Special Services and plans on attending college. bage,7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fried Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted
f.:, Services stables. I Perch. Puddings. :
French Fried Potatoes, Thursday,April 26 I

. a I Batgirl HighlightsJaxThe I Mashed Potatoes, Rice with Vegetable Soup,Macaroni with :
'""'., LET'S': HAVE ANOTHER Gravy, Cauliflower with 'Cheese Meat Sauce, Chopped Veal
.". Sauce, Corn, Mustard Greens. Cutlets with Parmesan Sauce,
:,/ GLASS,OF MILK-Navy 'statistics VP-24 Enlisted Combination Salad, Tossed Roast Turkey with Dressing,7 oz.
:: show a decided decline in the Club met April 11 at the Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Chopped Sirloin, Baked Fish. ,l
' of
coffee and
consumption an Mrs. Dottie Schwartz Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, French Fried Potatoes,
increase in milk Last
drinking. members and three Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Mashed Potatoes, Rice with {
,however the t
still
year Navy was prospective. members Cottage Cheese, Cucumber Mix, Gravy Baked Egg Plant, String t''
..;, getting enough coffee' to brew Final'plans,were made Health Salad. Beans, Green Lima Beans., "

.. 180,000,000cups. upcoming social and Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple Coconut Pie, Strawberry Short '
activities.. Pie, Chocolate Cake,. Assorted Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted j. .
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;1-' '. ,Pudding.. f
; An Easter Egg Hunt Puddings.
: For Military squadron children from Tuesday April 24 Friday,April 27 ,
'"" years of age is Minestrone Soup, Roast Beef' Clam Chowder, Trout t{
Personnel Sunday at 2 p.m. on the on Block with New Potatoes, Almondine, Chopped Swiss
the NAS Jax Chapel lakc'I Chicken and Dumplins, Liver Steaks, Stuffed Peppers with I'
Under Age_ 35 Children are requested to with Onions, ,,7 oz. .Chopped Creole Sauce, 7''' oz. Chopped 'j
their own baskets. Sirloin, Fish with Hush Puppies. Sirloin,Barbeque Pork? on. Buns.
wishing their children to French Fried Potatoes; French Fried,:,:Potatoes, 'IJ
Now$60,000- should contact Mrs. Lois Mashed Potatoes; Rice with Mashed Potatoes; 'Rice with ''
at 2645040. Gravy, Spinach, Blackeyes, Gravy, Stewed 'Tomatoes. ,
Batgirl fund raising Baked Macaroni and Cheese. Broccoli with Cheese. Sauce,
include a weekly Combination ,Salad, Tossed Mixed Vegetables. '. I
Salad, Chef Salad_Bowl, Fruit
bake sale in the VP-24 Almond Cream' Pie,' Layer
Coffee Mess with, Cup Plain Jello: Fruit Jello, Cake Apple Pie, Assorted
i cookies and brownies Plain Cottage' Cheese, Fruit Puddings.
Insurance Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad,
the ladies of the club. : .
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Military Benefit Association \
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expert. He knows the % .4IIJ,. '
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Sustained Superior Performance i Robert F. Stubbs
Ruth H. IJndsey' Vionia H. Cunningham
\ Ira Blue Charles W. Backenstose
, James W. Nolting Francis D. Hayes a
Walter E. Duncan James G. Lloyd f r t i f r re
Julius Neal John D. flownClarence x 1 ; I r .r,

A. Taylor Chandler Anderson
Charles M. Cobb Eugene J. Baker
\ Henry O. Timberlake Thomas J. Bryer
John Z. Kaczetow William H. Brown _

I Merlin 0. Cornelison James J. L. Rochford
William T. Wilson Albert R. Schlemlein a

Judge T. Hutchens Joseph R. Plumley 1c
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Everett T. Tucker Henry F. Walthall, Jr. t
William G. Horne :;Y; Lawrence Everett ItiL1

Donald E. Neel \., Joseph G. Cusimano
Wilroy C. Felix James H. Wood _
Gene B. Godfrey George E. Motes, Jr. _
John Z. Kaczetow
30-Year Pins '. Joseph F. Graczyk -
Ralph J. Schwartz4 John W. Linn, Jr. THE GRADUATES-The second class of graduates from the COMFAIRWING ELEVEN Reserve
I Frank A. Bolin < Thomas D. Allen Officer Training Syllabus receive their letters of designation as Staff Duty Officers from Capt. W.J.

I Ernest B. Richardson 'J Shellie D. Faircloth Vaught (Left), Commander, Fleet Air Wing ELEVEN.
John J."Walsh .* John A. Achenback
Henry O. Timberlake George B. Kummer, Jr. '
Charles R. McDaniel p Marvin B. Blumberg Reserve Officers Learn

Dewey Boyd tf-: Rodney B. Powers ., t'.... :
Dorothy R. Pope ".-. Leroy F. dark : :' ,. "
Harry L. Langston Marvin J. Poole .
Philip Hazouri James W. Barnes :
Latest Fleet ProceduresJaxThe
Glenn E. Moyer :.';, Anthony F. Fragale
I, James Bender, Jr. '. John R. McQuillan
Marion G. Marable Seth D. Reece
Willie W. Moran Van Q. McLean second class] : of reserve officers:. has graduated from the COM ','

" ClemmJe Toombs .*>' Haven A. Morrison,Jr. FAIRWING ELEVEN (CFAW-11) Reserve Officer Training Syllabus.
'
Asbury Lawson Vernon D. Dickinson
Merill L, Robinson William A.Wallace Instituted in November 1972, procedures.The procedures now in use by active
Joseph T. Tutone Edgar L. Wright the two-week syllabus stresses course was developed by duty forces.
Clyde.E. Roesel Samuel K. H. Rives Tactical Support Center- Cdr.K.E.Schoeff, CFAW-ll TSC- With the introduction of the

Operation Control Center(TSCOPCON, Officer, to train reserve TSC into the fleet, a potent new ,
OPCON) equipment and officers in the equipment and tool was placed in the hands of '
'::?::: "'>>::; :::::; ::;:::; :::::::::::::::::::i": O::: :--" :4 the ASW Commander. The 1

; -TTILE manual functions of briefing-
}r.. Consolidate Your Bills To $2,000.00 debriefing flight crews and
data have been to
plotting a
i TERMS TO SUIT YOU AT BANK RATES I large extent, automated. in the

TSC. ,

! r SOUTHERN ('j rf 1 ROvmtSWHCOMIO GIFTS existed Unfortunately for passing, no this vehicle"know

+Nautical Chart .Ourijejfr( Nautical Wr.r how"on to reserve OPCON units.
1,1 .Paint .Fish Bnxr *Burgee Jacket ciiI I With the development of the new
lt::
I INDUSTRIAL BANKS I >Hardware +Skn. Table Wear IV.'UO. ( training syllabus, this void was
Repair Material pAccessories.Other Goodie filled.

.'ne'Uttle Heart" \ WET stORAGE.MARINE HOISTS0t4UlL SERVICE.YACHT ftAOKCH The training syllabus includestwo
Bank with a Big c cI EXPERT ENGINE SEtVICt-OUTBOARD. STERN,DRIVE. INBOARD'
SEC THE NEWEST OAT$. MOTORS. CANOES.*' TRAILERS phases each lasting one
I Member F.D.I.C. :; week.

.Jff-t PIER 17 MARINA, INC. ,II During the first week, the of-
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A ficers learn OPCON ,
{r;' ,,Our i Installment Loan Dept. Is Open Until P.M. :; IOOSCVEIT BUD at OITEGA RIVEt procedures
drafting
flight
11 NORTH LAU STREET PHON E 355-0622 :1 Jfclsmtcj/orf& ----. following message
,., and
P ,_ handling procedures
o '.n>
IOATS.MOTORS.-CAH'OE: SUNDAY and 'numerous other items an
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=>$ :"" :,::: m.r'AAX:::::&::<<>"" Ttund blrd. Starcraft Mfg 'Trolan Grumman T-CraftUHAUL JJ OPCON Duty Officer must know.
za. j-j ji j u > / i i-mcGQasg y The second week is devoted to

learning the TSC system,
SALESMAN/ ON DUTY acronyms and operation of
10A.AA. to 4P.M. DAILY
equipment. A 12 hour indoctrination
: flight aboard a P3Cis

i-- also Included in the second
MELVIN .. :::::::::::::**:::: ::::;::::::::::::::-'$$:::::::::<<:::::::::=m:?:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::.>>:..;r week.

;'{ r After the two weeks of trainingand
IPARKI.k- ;;r AandL rTRUCK&TRAILER testing, reserve officers are

Convenient to designated CFAW-11 Staff Duty
NAS end t i RENTALSX&Xtttt4&fKXff&X&X CECIL FIELD qualified to stand weekend duty.
& o.o;: ;m
: : ::%$: The second class of reserve
"Formerly AI's Westside U-Haul" students included eight officers

NEWHOMES 480 BLANDING BLVD PHONE 771.5092 from all three reserve OPCON

JUST COMPLETE D...l J Rt (Next door to Putt-Putt) units attached to NARU here.

: IMMEDIATE YOUR ONE.STOP MOVING CENTER
OCCUPANCY!
FRIENDLYRELAXED&QUIETATMOSPHERE I
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To Aid.. :;
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,. Jax The "Dragons" of VP-56, presently deployed to ,,fi.
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needed to help insure the success of a kidney transplantfor '
Icelandic citizen. ;
a critically ill s sOn :\
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received word that a kidney Copenhagen.The .
donor in Denmark could providea U.S. Embassy in Denmark
suitable match for the stricken later sent word to Cdr. James B.
Icelander and that quick tran Kramer, VP-56 CO, that the
\4\i sportation from Iceland to operation was a complete success
t Copenhagen was desperately and that the patient was' !
needed.At recovering quickly.
the call VP-56 Ready Alert Crew members on the flight
JJ. a- Crew 5, headed by LCdr. Mike included: LCdr. Mike Nash, Lt.
Nash of Orange Park receivedthe Larry Hammontree, Lt. Vic Fox,
patient and left for the three- Lt (jg) Jim Fletcher, AW2 Thad
hour flight from Keflavik to Bergling, AMS1. Emmett
Vearlose, Denmark. An am- Adams, ADJ1 Larry Wood, Lt.
bulance was standing by at the Tom Dyer, LCdr. John Arnold
.. Danish Air Force field to take the and AX1 Bob Owen

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MIDSHIPMAN COMMENDED-Midshipman 3rd Class Barry M. Ford of the Jacksonville .y 1I '
University NROTC Unit is congratulated by Cdr. Alva L. Phillips, NAS Jax Air Operations Officer, :'!/(. .. /.
for being selected the Unit's Outstanding Midshipman. Ford was awarded the National Solourners ,''.' ,
Award on behalf of Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO, at ceremonies held April 12 on the JU ..,' hr e
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being studied by VA physicians sothattheycanpredictwhoislikely i r,

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1972 VW,BEETLE $1795 OFFICERS :. .''r.1",

1970 INT. PICK-UP with Topper $1595 FULL AND PART TIME 4r .
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Openings at Airport, Bayard,
Open Sundays Fernandina and other
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VP-24's AW Non-Acoustic NATOPS Petty Officer. He will now
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a a a 0 CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule


Ads should be mailed
to arrive not later than
arriving too late for this deadline will be Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads
published
strutted otherwise, A check or the following week unless the pUblisher Is in
money order for the cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy.

RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) ...$2.00 Per additional
line (4 words per line) ..SOc
Mall to
: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4747 SAN JUAN AVE, JACKSONVILLE 32210. Thursday" April 19 Sunday April 22

NAS-: "BURN" Historical NAS "PETE 'N TILLIE"

EMPLOYMENTTEMPORARY Drama, Starring Marlon Brando Comedy, Starring Walter Mat..
: : ,;; REAL ESTATE, FURN. HOUSE and Evaristo Marquez. "GP" thau and Carol Burnett. "PG"
On New York Ave In Orange Park,
((112 min.
)
((101 min.)
JOBS
WE Lg. yard. V/2 ml. from NAS $135. mo.
FOR NAVY WIVESAll Call BUY & SELL EQUITIES Avail. May,10..Ideal Navy couple. 249- HOSPITAL: "THE HOUSE HOSPITAL: "CROSSPLOT"Monday
us for quick service
office skills neeaea. Long and 0165 or 388.9886. THAT SCREAMED" Horror
April 23
.
Morrison I I.
Taylor, Inc.
short assignments. No fee We'pay
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. Starring Lilli Palmer and NAS: "IRON PETTICOAT"

you. XTRA HELPERS 3.S188 "1-3052 737-3864 BUY Christina Galbo. "GP" ((94min.) Drama, Starring Bob 'Hope and

$5,000 EQUITY Friday, April 20 Katherine' Hepburn. "G" ((94

PART-TIME' NORMANDY ACRES FOR ONLY$200. NAS: "SHAFT" Melodrama, min.)
JANITORS
4 miles west of Cecil Field. 5 to 20 Acre Total Electric, 3BR, ,1 1% Baths, Kitchen Richard
Starring Roundtree and
Evenngs$1.9Thr. HOSPITAL "PETE
'N
tracts. Land is the best Investment for Equipped, Carpeting, Assume :
3891644WANTEDBARBER the future. Other tracts available over monthly paymentsof only $118.88, 388: Moses Gunn. "R" ((101 min.)

Southwest Jacksonville. 4619. HOSPITAL: "BURN"Saturday TILLIE"Tuesday, April 24 9

or men's hair stylist. Venetia Barber Wynne Realty of Florida i/MOBILE HOMES' :i:1: ;; ; April 21 NAS: "TREASURE ISLAND" ':
3895514
Shop, 5535 Roosevelt Blvd. Apply in REALTORS 3898507 :,*; .*, ....: ," / :(\ ;, -: NAS: "CROSSPLOT" Drama Adventure Drama, Starring
,
person to Mr. Godwin, dally before 4 JUSTISSTRAILER PARK Starring Roger Moore and Orson Welles and Walter Slezak.
P.M. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern
QUICKCASH
FOR YOUR EQUITY "G"
min.
((95 )
Martha Hyer "GP" ((96 min.)
trailer and'apts. 3893007.
Also
Equities for sale 01'easy terms. .
HOSPITAL ,
: "IRON PET.TICOAT"
HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS
Edward 0.Lyon, Broker 389.0361
Part-time sales of natural organic HOSPITAL: "SHAFT" .

products. 63 percent profit Call 771- BUY

6922 evenings. GREEN COVE SPRINGS $2,600 EQUITY

Residential Lots,Acreage FOR ONLY$200.

TIRED OF THE SAME OLD SHIP? Cha s.Mobley, Realtor 284.9365Lee 3BR, 2 Full B, Furnished and Carpeting Without Advertising You Wouldn't Know!
Duncan,
Like to earn what your worth, Calf Mr. Associate 264-6861 Assume monthly payments of

Clark for appt., 121.3600. Part.time only $133.22, 388.4619.COLONY ,

work available. WHITE FENCE FARMS

Located in the heart of Arizona's

ORIENTAL WAITRESSES finest farming and hunting country, MOBILE HOMES
& BUS BOYSWANTED near historic Safford'County( seat of SALES& RENTALS,9359103rd St.

Graham County.) Great year-round Call 7710275. 11 n 11 n n mt o
To serve the best Chinese food In town. climate. 1V4 acres, $1,100 low terms.

Must be neat, but experience not For full Information, please write to
necessary, will train 18 or over. Mrs. A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co, BUY MILITARYAUTOMOBILEMILITARY
House of Lee Restaurant, 1807 Rogero 2233 North 7h Street, Phoenix 85006. $5,700. EQUITY
FOR ONLY $200.
Rd., Hours 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. Call Mrs. 3BR 111
2
full Baths,17'x14' Living Room
Lee 744-6744, for appt 4.10 p.m.
Fully Furnished and Carpeting, Air
3BR.. FENCED YARD Conditioned.
Double.Car dinette, range & Assume monthly
garage
COLOR T.V. SERVICEMEN payments of only $126.00, 388.4619.W9 CIVILIANLOW
-ref rig.,
Hours NEEDED to Suit VanSandt Realtor 387-1213 RATES. MONTHLY YMENT ,PLAN

.384.5284 BROADMORE MO.HO. ::::: : ; :;: ;;:;:;:; : ; : :;=:::

12'x64', 2BR., 1Y B. Below dealers MERICA
CALL A SHIPMATEJoe MAYPCIRT'INSURANCE '
price, 771.1883 aft. 5 P.M.
Ropiak (RET Navy)
EARN EXTRA INCOMESell
> f"
Licensed Real Estate Salesman ; > AGENCY INSURANCE I AGENCY
Bestline Products. 35 percent

profit local distributors. 52 percent Representing. f"TRANSPORTATION: .. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::.:.:.:.:.:..:.:..:.:..:.:..:.:.:.:.:..:::::::::::::::::::::::::
profit direct distributors. write, Blanding Agency, Inc.Realtors CARS FOR LESS MONEY

f;!+Murray;.HIII.-.p' < .?,..o..%, pot 4047. Home. 781-7715. : Off ice_ 771-9513 1 Used VW's compacts, other, foreign) "TWO OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU" .
'
.Jacksonville le'r Flag! 32221.. makes.'Astro'Motors' 6566 NormandyBlvd. -' -Former1'ContinentallnsuranceIJnderwriters6479ROOSEVELTBLVD ,

IN REAL ESTATE MATTERS 781-4978.
PART-TIME BABYSITTERFor Call Wayne Shrum 290 MAYPORT ROAD

4 children, 2 or 3 days a week, 3 to Blanding Agency,Inc.Realtors (Near NAS) (Near NS)
11 P.M. own transportation to Man. 771.9513 19SS CHEVY
Phone 388-7676 Phone 249.5649.tx .
darln. References required. May V4 Ton Pick-Up .
bring '1 child. 268.5341. 772.9165 after 6 P.M.
PORT ST.LUCIE AT FT. PIERCE

r: MISCELLANEOUS, : \ ::,:; Avoid 9 mo.wait. New 3BR., 2B. Gen.
: < Development home avail. Low own., '68 DODGE MONACO .. .
$167.00 mo. Take second mtge. Lcdr. 4-door, HT. PS, AT AC R&H, Maroon .....
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER Cannizzaro, 264.8365. w-black vinyl top. Excellent condition. : :. '>
Responsible party take up pmts of $5. $1295., phone 398.1533.
a month. Call dealer. 772.8936. ra
BUY 1-295

$3,400. EQUITY
A recorded message by FORONLYS200. 1972 VEGA GT
EDWARDS ,4-Spd., Green Hatchback, Great
SCOTT 2 Large BR, 1 B. Furnished In Spanish
condition.Call 771.2004 after 5:00 P.M. '
how to be :
Tells a
you DIRECT :TO
DISC JOCKEY Decor ,Carpeting, Assume monthly ::. ..
payments of only $96.24, 3884619.
call 3552944 any hour.Approved for

veterans.Braodcasting.Columbia San Francisco.School Not of f. 1 k :{i:.?: Excel. Cond.'72,YAMAHA no equity 650, take over rrnr ::ti

home affiliated study.with CBS, Inc. Course by ORANGE PARK pymts. 3841778. ;:.; .-.:; ANO r eLYD

2BR' Apts. Furn.: or Unfurn., Dishwasher ) .j.; \ ,':'>
Drapes, carpets, Elizabeth t- { kAi
AIR LITE INDUSTRIESOF P pts., 771-1465 or 771-3355. JANUARY AUTOMOTIVE o .

Fabrication In rescreening, window 1171 CASSAT.387-2839 .. ,
screens, screen doors, patio & pool FEATURING EXCEPTIONAL
enclosures, aluminum roofs & carports WILMAR APARTMENTSAir FOREIGN & DOMESTIC COMPACT
Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living
free estimates. Owned & AUTOS '!
operated by: Norman 'T. Abrams, room Kitchen, Bftstnook' parking '49 TOYOTA COROLLA 2-DR.HT .. WESTSIDE.,' h N Af + o S
}+ e }s
water
USN retired. Paul ,Tinney 2568 Edison Space for 2 cars, sewage White w-black: bucket seats, 4-Spd., CECIL '

Av,.,,,384-1242.: garbage, lawn service. Furnished Ra\H WW, Compare at $1095, Our VOLKSWAGEN .
Unfurnished$100. plus 4 percent '
$120., Price $188. Car' must be driven to be '
sales tax. 387-2541 weekends 3890744. .. f
AUTO AIR-COND.SERVICE appreciated.
Room Units, Central Units Tyler '70 OPEL'Z.DR. KADETTEAT

Heating & Air Conditioning.. 4711 FOR RENT R&H, White tires, 37,000 miles. .
home 2BR pvt. lot Orange vinyl bucket seats. :@
palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161. Mobile ; Gold w-belge
Park Couple preferred;Call 264-9487. Compare at $1295., Our price $988. I
.
'71 TOYOTA 2-DR.HT MARK I II
'LIVE CRABS UNFURN.APT.' Red w.black ,vinyl Interior 4-Spd.. -:. ,
Wilford's Fish Camp Riverside. 1846 RSiH factory 'AC. WW; 37,000 miles,
On St. Johns River In 1The Bases 'and Orange Park are now, only
24-9707 'Mallory, Unit No. 4. 1BR.. CH&A kit.'. 'Compare at $2195., Our price $17H., minutes 'Take(
away, I 1-295 expressway to the
Ideal or 2 adults. $150. mo. as
equip.249-0165 or 3889886. Normandy exit, then right IVfc miles and one r "
COLOR T.V., IS. Take stock in America.Expori.nced traffic light brings you toVOLKSWAGEN .:-

23" Magnavox New picture tube, GIVE US A CALL FOR. Buy U&Savings Bonds '
$200. Sacrifice/ 381 ,
completely rebuilt. Quick Rental of Your Property L COUNTRY

5284. Edward O. Lyon, Broker 389-0361 "

'MARSHALLAMPHLIFIEI" lt'$a nice trip and so are the savings.

Three, 15" J.B. Lansing speakers C

'perfect cond... $375.00, 7641045.

WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN

TOY POODLE Bookkeeper
Silver 'Male AKC f eg.. 8 weeks old.
Call 264-9487 after'3 P.M. ,, : INC. y
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'"FBDDERS' AIR CONDITIONERS; Full. Time, .5V Days

11,060 BTU with heating unit, excel.
1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH
cond.. $150. 772.0161. APPLY HOLIDAY INNORAHO'E PARK. 0'
TELEPHONE 7SM511
U.S. 17 and 1295. Orange Park', .
SINGBRSS1SCASHThree '
sewing machines $15 each. ,J See Mrs. Posen

Does everything with attachments.Sew .

&Sound. Inc. 154 HendrickS. Ave.

Corner LaSalle St.




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14 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER ,.
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I I Commissary, NEX, Prices Reflect U.S. Trend I

'

: Jax Navy personnel, as well as their civilian

ci counterparts, have been flooded with facts and figures

concerning increases in wholesale prices and the cost of

living.
While most of the national price of the goods.

hk' .+rp attention is being focused on food Buyers at the Navy Resale
r prices non-food commoditieshave System Office and the local
L not escaped the upward Exchange and Commissary Store

H- price spiral. constantly strive to get the lowest
1 According to the U.S. Depart possible price on all items for the
;j y ment of Labor the largest increase Navy customer. However whena
r in the price of all commodities manufacturer or producer has
4 : : \ during the past year to pay more to produce his
\ was recorded in February of this product this increase is passed
year. The Wholesale Price Index down the line to the retail
''V aNy for all commodities registered customer. This is a'fact of

approximately 127, meaning thatit economic life.
costs $127 today for somethingthat As you shop in your Navy
cost $100.in 1967. Exchange or Commissary Store
you'll probably notice that the
How does this affect the
you price of various items is inching
Resale Customer?
Navy System upward.This is a reflection of the
Simply stated the Navy Ex- current nationwide economic
change and Commissary Store
,
trend. Shoppers at commercial
>
r { .. r are subject to the same prices
outlets are experiencing the
: commercial stores. If
.. .: as same thing, but to a greater
.
retail
\.." wholesale prices increase
i degree.
.. ___ those in the
;:,.:f;: : prices including The mission of the Navy Resale
Navy Exchange and Commissary System has always been,and will
ANOTHER VICTIM of high prices prepares to "Pay the price"of inflation at the HAS Jax Com also increase. continue, to be"to provide goods

missary. Rising prices at the Commissary and Navy Exchange have been blamed on wholesale'.price U a manufacturer has to pay and services at the .lowest
? increases that pass the burden on to retailers. '
more for: the materials used in practicable price. This means

making .a product, he ,has to that your Navy Exchange and
charge more when he sells the Commissary Store still provide
product. This increase is on the whole, the best buys for .
: reflected in the "shelf" or retail your money.

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IBS RACE & 1:30I
night MATINEEi Honorman of the Year and the squadron's nominee for Atlantic Fleet

i I I Sailor of the Year, is congratulated by Cdr. J.D. Funderburk, VP-49
CO. Presto has also been selected for NESEP.DID .
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;. members' share and loan accounts. .. 4.
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'y MO1l a" f Members'quarterly statements of share and loan 388 9016Mr.

accounts were mailed between April 6 and 11, 1913.j .
The credit union Supervisory Committee Is using
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has, asked that members who have not received TURBAN
k, ''' j ) their statement by April 19, or who find their Q
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Cherokee Indian leader, cisely an alphabet but a syl
Sequoyah, was the beneficiary of labary-a phonetic transcriptionof
Jax The Fleet Reserve the only literary pension ever the entire Cherokee vocabulary -
granted by the U.S. Government.He. .
(FRA)
Association Branch
was the recipient of a medal The importance of his work
and Unit 91 will hold their from' Congress, commemoratedin rests in the fact that others could

annual Easter Party, Statuary Hall at the Nation's easily learn the new system. '

Saturday starting at 2 p.m. i'r'I Capitol official emissary in. Although wealthy' English- J;,
at the branch home 5391 Washington, veteran of the War speaking Cherokees had little'cPfor ;:
of 1812 and the subject of an oil the system, thousands of t1
Collins Road. portrait by the leading painter of unschooled tribesmen by using it
All members of the his day. were able to read for the'first time. _
Branch and Unit are invited To add to his other accomplishments As a direct result of Sequoyah's ;I
to bring their he was an artisan who invention, and through the
developed silvercraft to the highest assistance"of New England mis- '1
children since the party sionaries in the :
30 point attained by North area a news- M
YEARS
will include cartoons, an A. OF SERVICE to the Federal government are saluted as American Indians. He was also paper using the system was'
Easter Egg Hunt (by age Henry Finance Officer.Baughn receives a 30-year pin from Cdr. J.B. Boyette, Navy the inventor of a remarkably established at New Echota 1
Baughn Is
groups) and prizes and a Fiscal Accounting Supervisor. efficient system of language Georgia, the first newspaper to be ;"
signs.. published by the American
refreshments for the
Sequoyah's life is somewhat of Indian. The political editorials of .
youngsters. Age limit for I .1 a mystery' One biographer wrote, the Cherokee Phoenix, as it was
the Hunt will be 14 after careful review of the facts '
years MA TSG a called drew attention to the bar- t ; \
and under. HappeningsJax that "It may be. enough to say assment of the Cherokees by

Mothers are asked to that Sequoyah was born of a some of their white neighbors.The .
Cherokee mother somewhere in
bring the appropriate size the lower Appalachian region end came for the Cherokee ,

basket for the number of SSGT. DAVID P.BRUNSTAD. "cooperative attitude and per- between the years 1755 and Phoenix at the same time that it
eggs her children intend to an AO"B" School formance of duty... has caused 1775. came for many of its readers. In
student, received a Certificate of many favorable comments by His invention of a written lan 1838 it ceased publication when
Commendation for his outstanding both your superiors and subor- guage dates back to 1809 when thousands of Cherokees were
find.Know performance of duty dinates alike. In the absence of he devised a system of symbolsfor uprooted from their homes and
An while serving as Non- the Administrative Chief you,, words and ideas which sent west over the "Trail of
commissioned <>Officer in Chargeof have filled that billet in a most developed over the years into an Tears" as it was called. About
the Ordnance Line Crew with professional manner- displaying elaborate pictography similar in '4,000 Cherokees died,as a resultof
UnsungHeroine Marine Attack Training knowledge in your occupationalfield basic principle to Chinese. the hardships that they
Squadron 102. far beyond that expected of Aware of the difficulty of his endured and the New' Phoenix
Marines of your rank." new written language he made a was never again printed.
? His dedication to duty, training new start He noted carefully The undaunted Cherokees,
abilities and insistence upon SGT, DAVID F. HAMILTON, every sound in the Cherokee lan however did establish. a new
Jax-For the ninth consecutiveyear quality maintenance insured safe an AE Instructor and guage and designated each by an newspaper in their new home.
the Ladies Auxiliary of the and efficient ordnance troc Imndler, received a Letterof arbitrary character. After a Called the Cherokee Advocate, it
.VFW is ..sponsoring the Unsung operations. The certificate states Commendation from C&pt. W. decade- of experimentation he was printed in Tahlequah
Heroine Award competition to that his inspiring leadership and ,Carrier, Jr., NATTC com- perfected a system of 85 funda- Oklahoma from 1844 until the
honor a.woman associated with professional character has had manding,officer, for finishing asa mental symbols plus one recur- disintegration of the tribal gov-
the Department of Defense. immeasurable effect on the men runner-up in NATTC's balloting rent prefix and evolved, not pre- ernment in 1906.
The competition is open to under him. for Serviceman of the Quarter fork ,
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women members of the armed the period of April 1, 1973 through
forces and women civilian em- SGT. NEAL E. BRANAM has June 30, 1973. 5' 'S 1YOU'LL
ployees of the armed forces. been awarded a meritorious mast
Nominations must be sub for the noteworthy manner in The letter notes Hamilton's
milled by mail directly to Mrs. which he performed his duties as receiving two meritorious masts
Lola Reid, National President, Administrative Man in MATSG's within a recent two-month period
Ladies Auxiliary VFW, 466 West Adjutant's Section. along with numerous other ac
34 Street, Kansas City, Mo. 64111 The mast states that his complishments.
and be postmarked not later than

May 15.1973. '" ./....'
For additional information, '
contact the Service Information JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
Office, Ext. 2379 or 3118. FLIP0r

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radio, heater, needs :: Mobile home 12x52, 2 o.r. r.:..1 $!' .
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$2051.5; ai. h .= $1100.c:;
+, some work, reduced .for quick :ij::;: bedroom, completely fur. .....-- n0)7.1.. ISI.S' 5R ,
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HOO ITI :: NEW PRICE ......... ;metope ItS .4 cyllZll u. _h7onth_ _
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1972 PLYMOUTH ti' 1970 FLEETWOOD 69 TRIUMPH GT-6+ 71 TOYOTA COROLLA 1400"
SATELLITE SEBRING Mobile home 12x64 with ex- Radio and heater. Station Wagon,' 4-speed
AC Stan. trans., Vinyl top, 1795 .
pando living room, completely
c } factory air conditioned, radio
a 3 ,. ate R&H, 7,500 orlg. mi. furnished, a real buy' and heater. <
( BOOK VALUE OUR PRICE SOLD" OUR 70 OPEL GT ''1795. )

$3,000 $ ,795 s.... NEW PRICE Radio and heater. 1695 71 TOYOTA COROLLA III,""

1965 OLDS $8000 urns Sport Coupe 4s peed, air

.N.., 71 CAPRI SUNROOF conditioned, radioRadial '
Runs like new, Good trans. m 1795
1972 SKAMPER and heater.
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i .r.Yt All power OUR PRICE tires, radio and heater
$550 16tt ft Travel trailer,self cont, TWO 69 VW SEDANS I
very good cond Includes 1795 Your choice, ..c.speed'or
Reese hitch sway control & automatic, radio
1969 CHEVROLET MALIBU brake resistor 71 T.OYOTA..CELICA ST and heater. 995 t
AC, PS, PB, R&H I SOLD OUR 4 speed, factory air condItioned -
MAGNOLIA BLOSSOM Lynn Haugh BOOKVALUE" OUR PRICE i r5 NEW PRICE vinyl top,, radio and 71 DATSUN "510" ,,;
of Fort Walton Beach Fla., stops to $1850 $1700 $3075 .$2,545 heater. 2395' speed, radioand f 1595
ponder her future. Life's grab are I heater.
rarely attained through casual luck. It
takes planning and discipline t achieve > .'r;{ ,f' t '-:"
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most successes. Education' fives solid PHONE 34-7397 ...01LL.LUNSFORD PHIL .

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,{{tititititititi'iti'ti'tiff'tilk..a: : :a..ti:l :.{tiSS {{tifftiffti 51tititi'tYti: -
Navy League Tourney

TEE X AJLlLV By Phil Falcone

;I Award Winners I


Jax-Friday the 13th proved to Naval Aviation Museum in tournament chairman. Both will
"f' + be a lucky day for active duty Pensacola.Golf be missed as they have been
Navy golfers as they slammed Committee Meeting extremely active in .promoting
i their way to a decisive one point Not much good news came out golf in our area.
l victory over the Navy Leaguers of the monthly golf committee Our lady golfers participated in
r in their annual golf match. The meeting last Thursday. The full an "even hole tourney" last
results are as follows: time starter concept is not Tuesday with the following
NAVY waiting for funds as previously results: "
reported but was scrapped for the 1st Flight Net
Low R. Bacon ((74))
gross Ti
present time..to bad, because it Winner-JulieUitti 31
1st low net B. Watkins ((64))
could for itself immediatelyby Runner-up*Lassie Mahoney 32
pay
2nd low net A. Carrano ((65))
joining singles and doubles Hot Putter Mary Lou Ryan 36
3rd low net B. Smith ((67))
Net
into threesomes and foursomes, 2nd Flight
4th low net T. Jones ((69))
thus allowing for more play Winner-Ulian Oberhausen 34V4
5th low net Adm. Moorer ((70)
which means more revenue. Runner-up"Marion}Vaught 37 : iiii1
Points 26Ms Before the well water can be Hot Putter-Cookie Kennedy 31 -

NAVY LEAGUE pumped into the present water 3rd Flight Net i
system, more time and money is Winner Three. way tie 36V4
Low gross Grosskopf ((72)) needed. Doris Calais
1st low net S. Gartner ((68)) the is still Ruth Ann Zolner
Re-vamping greens TOP NAVY GOLFERS-Capt. Donald J. Childers, NAS XO (far
2nd low net Lancaster ((68) awaiting higher approval. Lil Jacob. left),and Capt.' David C. More, Public Works Officer (far right),were
3rd low net Madison ((68)) The at No.ll needs new Runner-up-UlAlcorn 39 V4
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on hand to present the awards to the top Navy golfers
4th low net D. Wright ((68)) supporting beams before Hot Putter-Sue Sourbeer 33 last Friday. The
Navy League Golf Tourney, held at the Jax Course .
5th low net 25 T. Foster ((69)) reconstruction can go on. Congrats to Joe Shupert for his winners were: (Lto R) A. Carrano (net65)), B. Smith (net 67)), T. Jones
Points / Capt. More, the senior memberof ace on No. 13 using -a three (net 69))' and R. Bacon (low gross 74)). Not pictured is B. Watkins, who
i I Donations for the Tournament the golf committee, is looking''' iron..from the blue tees yet. was first low net with a 64. !
amounted to $1200 toward the for his relief as is Cdr. Craig, the

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SLOW PITCH STARTS SWINGING-The NAS Jax IntramuralSlowPitch MATSG 10 FICEUR 8

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Mike Connor Rolls 612

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I Intramural Bowling Standings


But Help Wins Three ----

AMERICAN LEAGUE ATLANTIC LEAGUE ,
W L W.LNARJAX

Jax-Mike Connor' of the Pin salvage one game for his UnCola National LeagueA HURRICANES 39 5 Nor 1 33..J15 ,.
team in the Continental team. 32 .:(16
Buster situation almost identical to TRAILBLAZERS 32 12 LIFERS : .
Bowling League rolled games of ADCOP was another team that the one that occured in the LATE CHARGERS 27 17 FIC CPO No.1 30 '.'18
217 and 213 on the ,way to a 612 swept all four when they met the Pacific League last week, took CHIEFS 27 17 GOOD AND BAD 27j "'21'CAG.20
series but his first place team Commissary Store team and place in the National League UNCOLAS 23 21 27' 21 "
still lost three to the third place.. Lester Schaeffer rolled a 206 when the two top teams dropped ClIAMECUS 21 23 FASOTG 25 '' 23'

Help team.. game. Commissary failed to win three games and the third place ADCOP 21 23 BUSCH BUDS 23 25"FICCPONo.2
Jim Attanasio's consistencywas even one game even though John team won three. POP TOPS, 18 26 22.26'VP "
a determining factor in Huston rolled a 212 and Reggie Jack Hubbard rolled a 225 COMMISSARY STORE 17 27 .16CP0 21" :''>-27' ,
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Help's three wins when he rolled Ammons a 200. game to help his NAMTD team :EAGLES: No.1. 16. 28 NARJAXNo.2 17" ;'31'x'P.45
games of 191,199 and 193 for a 583 ADPERS and the Eagles No. 1 take three from the league ADPERS' 13 31 % CPO 1632

,series.Teammate Bob Bagdigian teams were involved in the only leading Commodores while BEES 10 34 TRIPPERS 15 33. .
added to the cause with a 201 match in the league not involvinga Harry McConnell rolled a 202 to NATIONAL LEAGUE, .J .. .

game. The wins enabled Help to sweep. Both teams took two lead his fourth place Rat Pack .'W' '." "L'.
move one game behind the games with Seth Martineau team to three wins over the COMMODORES 32 ;14
second place Leprechauns and rolling a 224 for ADPERS. second place Six Pack team. PACIFIC LEAGUE SIX PACK 30' 18'
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two behind the Pin Busters. Pacific League The Top Five team took advantage w'L TOP FIVE 29th 18th
The Leprechauns moved to Neither of the two top teams in of all this by winning SPLITMAKERS 34 14 RAT PACK 28' 20
within one game of the Pin the Pacific League fared very three games from the Flap Jax VP-45 No.1 31 13 FICEUR 24 24
Busters when they used the two well last week as both teams team to move to within a hall AFEES 30 18 NAMTD 23 x:21: '
200 games rolled by Wiley dropped three games and allowed game of Six Pack and 2Vfe of the FUQARS 23th 20th BUSCH LEAGUERS 21 19
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Rowsey to win three from the AFEES to move closer as they Commodores.The GUTTER RATS 23 21 FLAP JAX 19 21
Marine Barracks team. John won all four. fifth place FICEUR 5 team BEAN BURNERS 22 22 WOMEN'S LID 19 25
Horton rolled a 203 to help the The Splitmakers lost three in rolled two matches last week but CHERRY PICKERS 201,2 231,2, RADAR 17 19 29 .

Marines win their one game. their match with the WOXOFS as it just wasn't their week as they NUBS 20 24 GEM 19
.18th'25th
The Hawks took advantage of Hank Dison contributed a 202 won only 1& games. The Radar WALLBANGERS I 19 25 WIPEOUTS ,
the Marine's losses to move into a game and the VP-45 No. 1 team 17 team put the stops on FICEUR BATMEN 17 27 PELICANS 12 28.

tie for fourth place with them as lost their three to the Gutter Rats with three wins when Tom Taylor WOXOFS 16,.' 28MARTD'

they won three from the Boozers. with Manuel Cuevas Rolling a 206 rolled a 246 game and a 610 series ..' 12'" i 32 Intramural
James Fischer rolled a 202 for the in their one win.James Summers and Richard Hunter rolled a 203.
Hawks while Don Deremer rolleda rolled a 201 in leading AFEES to The Wipe Outs also made victimsof Tennis '.
200 for the Boozers. their sweep of the Nubs., FICEUR when they allowed '

Hospital became the only teamin Harry Acker rolled a 208 game them to take only half a game as CONTINENTAL LEAGUE, <;. Standings :,' :
the league to sweep all four last and a 574 set to lead FUBARS to a result of a 918 to 918 tie. Ron w 'L .\
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week when they made victims of 34 wins over the Cherry Pickers. Smith rolled a 210 to help PIN BUSTERS 34 35 13 14 VP-45 .) ...,.: )f,4> !:_ .4 0

the Super Stars. Ken Bodnar The half game win for the Cherry FICEUR win their half game. LEPRECHAUNS. 33 15 VW-4 .: 3 :'-J,, j'o
204 to the Pickers came when the two Atlantic League HELP :' .' ,i.>
contributed a game MARINE BKS 28 20 NATTC ,' ,',3 ." ,1 1
had identical totals of 911 No. 1 and No. 2 1
sweep. teams The NarJax HAWKS 28 20 HOSPITAL :.}" 3,1:,. .1;
American LeagueSix for the same game. teams met each other last weekin HOSPITAL 26 22 NDRC :- 2 1

matches were rolled in the The Bean Burners,, evened up the Atlantic League and the GROUCHES 23 25 NARJAX !..1 ,.... ;,2
.American League last week and their record with three wins from No. 1 team retained their claim to CHASERS 23 25 FICEUR .. 1 w' 2FAW.l1
out of those six matches emergedfive MARTD when Marvin Metts the No. 1 title with three wins. EAGLES No.3 '23 2S 1 ,...''2
teams with sweeps. rolled a 218,, and Edgar Knapp Curtis Kimbrough rolled a 203 for EAGLES No.2 17 31 VP-16 1 3
The first place Hurricanes rolled a 204. the No. 2 team's one win. BOOZERS 16 32 VP-24 0' 3
five teams The WallBangers and Batmen The Lifers moved to within one
became one of those SUPERSTARS .2 46 MATSG .0 ,-4.'
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each other last week but from the Trippers and
Pop Tops.Leading the way to the meeting won four
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222 sweep and Garlan Duckett with a moved ahead with three wins anda 1 team won three from their rival WESTSIDE TOYOTA INC,
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",I J BOWLING' 165155. Standings: postponed. When necessary : '.'I! .'. ....;

,I, i\I 4 CoNational: Three teams CPO 7-1 repairs have been made, the :. w

(CPO, Communications and Communications 7' ...1AMD Athletic Director will notify team
t 1 AMD No. 2)) are tied for the 1st No.2' .7. r -I captains of the resumption of .
slot with identical 7.1 records. .' ..
; The Fall(ens5 5 -3 matches. "
Dordek ((198-187-179, 564)); Bob BOQ 5-3 Standings:

t Samu (552( 205-177-170)); Irv Marines 5 .-3AMDNo.l .i..
Austin ((536, 195-174)); Dave 4 -4 VA-66 4-0' iw
Conditt ((531, 201-175)); Davey Admin 4-4 VA-45 .I 3 -2 ,
Falls ((530, 197-182)); George NWSED 4 -4 AMD 3 -2
MacLeod ((524-216)); Angel David GEMD : '3;: -5 Weps 3-3 r '

(520, 197-181); Dick Miller ((516, Weapons 2 -6CLAW1 .NAMTD No.1 1 -0 r .,, ti, '7 ./ .
181-175); Emiliano Alcoran ((514, -. 1 ..7VA45 VA-87 0-2
175-175)); John Craver ((506-192); l'7 NAMTDNo.2 0-4 '< ;
Ed Smith ((504-211)) and Ken Medical 1-7 APOLOGY TIMEIn
Potter ((504, 200-177)()( ) all rolled last weeks "article", I
high sets. VA-6's nimrods remain on top mispelled LCDR "Will" Crone's

Ray Frye tossed a 201 game of the heap with a perfect 9.0 name the Lake George bass .x'

and Steve Zeimet a 200. Irenio record. hunter will be quick to point out ,. ., Ea
Bembo needed a spare to earn a With the "Low House" down, that "Chrome" is a decorative ..
Triplicate patch.. He had a 165- skeet competition has been metal lavishly used in the em
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I For Family Food BudgetTallahassee ?1a, -. .._ M tJo\


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.. Fishing there is no better time to .1 III':: .

f Florida's fresh waters is fun, and fishing than now,. and fishing go Immediately after catching,bury .
can supplement the your fish in crushed ice
a fish fry conditions will continue to or place it
r family food budget. Catching prove with each im- in a live well. Clean your fish as

enough fish to feed the family is Even a novice passing day. soon as possible. Hold your fish
angler should haveno
not difficult in Florida, and the difficulty in fry without delay or freeze your
catching fish
I fisherman who fills his daily bag especially when the fish catch.
limit will have enough fish for biting. are Fish should be frozen in water

both the family and friends. The third requisite for to prevent dehydration! and 'to
The first requisite for a a suc- preserve flavor One good system
i successful cessful fish is
fry
easy if the is to
fish fry is to take the time place cleaned fish in an
r., angler will remember that
fish
and go fishing. The second is to flavor deteriorates with empty milk carton,fill the carton
time. with
and the third is water and freeze.If .
catch fish
proper Fishermen with
an towarda
eye the
object of a fishing trip is a
catch.According .
care of the family fish fry can improve the quality fish fry, never-never- SQUADRON DONATES TO ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-Cdr.James

f to the 'Game and table quality of their catch by never drag your catch around on S. Basset (R), commanding officer Attack, Squadron 203 (VA-203)),

l Fresh Water Fish Commission, practicing the following system: a fish stringer in warm water. presents $100 to AME3 Jack Stanley, vice president of the Bel-Med

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ROLLING HILLS C-J 6 TODAY!

Dr.O.E.Frye Jr., Director Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission ''' I < ,.
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gedy young-na running bare- youngsters and called the dream. The Lake Eaton t wr1l

r f footed around the sand hills Youth Conservation Education Youth Camp and later the tt ,rR
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rabbit out of' a hole with a skills. enjoyed by their parentsin campers can go to either of
crooked stick quick as an eye an earlier day.Sportsmen. these two camps for a weekat

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to the menu these Florida sportsmen are an their parents with statementsthat
youngsters could make in the amazing group. They would mosquitoes are not reallyso PATIO
form of fish and were bad since they are at the
f game tax themselves to poverty to
i welcomed. establish and retain the "real". bottom of the food chain for
oR' II Et ,
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Florida for the future of all bass.If $ .u

gave many an insight into of us. They beg us to give you know a youngsterwho \

-early Florida living in books them projects they, can work would benefit by a week .1 TJ'
such as The 'Yearling and on to benefit outdoor recrea- of outdoor 'relaxation' in a> y R EAM RM :: f

i ,South Moon Under. We read tion. The slow shift of natural setting safe from televisions
,f these stories today and talk interest away from quiet and fast can, drop a MODEL C-16
about "the good old days" fishing streams to flood con. post card to Youth Camps, S'a sea
that really never were. No trol canals and fast motor- Game and Fresh Water Fish You'll love the graciousfront GARAGE
one want to return to days boats mystifies and discourages Commission, 620 South entrance 2
porch spacious foyer
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ragged( subsistent living; how. So the retention of a place Florida 32304. .' .
model.The dining area and living ', .
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Those Cracker kids had a rear garden through sliding glass! :. : :" (, '
doors. Two car tool ..*.. .$32,600x .
garage ,
freedom from today's "hurry '
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l SPORTS NEWS, \ ( Dominated By Danny EngleJax ,: : U I

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r Annapolis, Md. If he needs a utility infielder this spring, Navy
When it came time to and second place awards in the two awards left by the Engles
baseball coach Joe Duff can approach new football skipper George
'f I award the prizes to the winners of Class II division. He took first when he caught a one pound, two
I Welsh,a shortstop and third baseman during his,days as a mid-
the Navy Jax Power Boat Club's with a 2V4 pound Speckled Trout ounce Croaker for first place in
shipman.Welsh earned three letters in baseball, in addition to three in
football, during the 1954-55-56 seasons. Winter ''Salt Water Fishing and second with, a 1V4 pound Class III and took second with a
Contest last week, one name Yellowmouth Trout. He won an %pound Croaker,For his angling
Naval' Academy gymnastics assistant Stormy Eaton is competingfor ''seemed to keep coming up. That Ansco flash camera and two free skill he won two flush mountedrod
was the name of Danny Engle. pizzas from Pizzaland for these holders from National Boat
a berth on the United States team that will visit the Soviet Union
later this year. Eaton, NCAA floor exercise champion in 1971,as an Danny won four of seven catches Mart and two barbeque 'dinners
awards and with his Frank Parson claimed the from the Red Barn.
Mexico possible only
undergraduate at New ,hopes to compete against. the Russianson
,
brother Robert
the trampoline. ,- winning one
award, the Engle family took

The golf season had a promising beginning for Navy senior Steve every possible prize in the Class I
Klein of Reading,Pa, Klein,playing a qualifying around, fired a hole- and Class II divisions.
in-one on the par-3 17th hole at the Naval Academy course. Klein Frank Parson was another
played but did not letter for the links team in 1972. angler who walked away with
more than one award when he

Twice; an All-East tennis pick, co-captain Craig Dawson of Rich won both prizes for the Class III
mond, Va., has won 32 of 40 singles matches in two previous letter- division.
winning seasons with the Navy netters. "If one aspect of his play has Danny Engle won two of his
to be singled out,"coach Bobby Bayliss says,"it i is his thinking on the awards for first place and third r
place in the Class I division when
.: court. He rarely makes an unforced error.
,he pulled in a nine pound Red

, If the Navy tennis team is particularly wary of Washington & Lee, Bass and a 6V4 pound Red Bass.
its May 4 opponent, it won't be surprising. The Midshipmen have lost His brother Robert won second
their 13th match of the spring in each of the last two seasons The place in the ,division with a 7
Generals are in the unlucky spot in 1973. pound Drum. : iF
Danny won a 10-foot Jhon boat

Senior John Pilli of Severn, Md0 captain of the 1973 Navy lacrosse and.. five,horse power motor for
team,was an offensive guard for the Midshipmen in football.Y first and$10 in cash from Florida
Fishing Distributors, Inc. for LOADED DOWN''' WITH TROPHIES-Danny Engle (L) had more
Navy Sprinter Ike Owens was Indoor Heptagonal champion in the third. Robert won a Danforth trophies than hands when It came time to accept the awards he won in
60-yard dash and Coach Jim Gehrdes thinks speedy Owens, a fresh- anchor and 50-feet of line from the Navy Jax Power Boat Club's Winter Salt Water Fishing Contest so
manJrom Gary, Ind.,will be even better in the 100 catching people at the finish line in the 60, "Gehrdes said."In a longerrace place catch. teered to hold one for him. Frank Parson(R),on the other hand,won atrophy .
,he will pass and run away from them/' Danny! also won both: the first for each hand.

Two members of the Naval Academy athletic staff have recently
received new NCAA committee appointments. J.0. Coppedge, S S
Director of Athletics, was named District II representative on the
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