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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 26, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOL. 31 NO. 6" Published In The "Interest Personnel of Naval Air Station,Jacksonville, Florida .. ." APRIL I 26, 1973 "'


NARF Wins SecNav Award; :" r


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Jax-The Secretary of the Navy's "Improved Manpower;. ,Utilization'
Achievement Award" for 1972 will go to the Naval J Atr-Rework. Facility. (NARF) ;
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This "one of a kind" award will be presented to NARF today at 11 a.m. by
RAdm. Clyde C. Andrews, Naval Air Systems Command Representative,
Atlantic, in a'ceremony to witnessed. by an impressive'group,of dignitariesand
personnel employed at the facility.

NARF competed with all other naval activities for this honor.According to
Capt. A.J. Yates, NARF CO, "Such an accomplishment is deemed to be highly
significant at any time, but especially during this period of austerity." '

, Congressman Charles E_ Bennett will also dedicate the new Aircraft Paint
Strip and Corrosion Treat Hangar today at NARF. -

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4 This hangar provides an environmentally-controlled area for preprocess I
examining and evaluating, disassembling, paint stripping, corrosion testing and .1
prepaint processing, :, .
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The hangar is a 150 feet by 233 feet extension to an existing building and has be'en.
under construction since Oct. 12, 1971. t
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around time caused By.less:moving,of aircraft'during processing and by the.fact. ;; 1
that,operations can be performed regardless of outside weather conditions. ..-
.j.: .p. .0'W Appreciation Day .

The hangar will also be an ecological improvement since liquid waste will be
treated prior to disposal and air will be cleaned in water rush hoppers, before
Tomorrow At Cecil FieldJaxThe being


Jacksonville area Navy community will
observe Naval Prisoner Of War Tribute Day tomorrow

,at NAS Cecil Field.
This occasion is intended as a formal Welcome Hometo recirculated.'I
our returned comrades and an opportunity to renew
friendships and share in the joy of freedom and reunion

with, loved ones.
The tribute will begin at 3 p.m. with a Service of t
Thanksgiving at the Cecil Field Chapel l, followed by the :'Ir r
dedication of a site on which a memorial' to Vietnam r
veterans will be constructed.
Light refreshments will be served on the Chapel 1 F: M M
grounds after the ceremonies.The .
following returneesare, expected to attend: Capt.
Robert Fuller, LCdr. Ralph Gaither, Cdr. Leo Hyatt,
LCdr. Wilson D. Key, LCdr.. Dale Raebel, LCdr. BradS ,
ith, Lt. Tom Wieland and Lt.. Irv Williams.. "
All interested persons are invited to join in on the -T I i i'

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Jax '- Your body will be"one ahead one hour : _
hour behind your watch when you The Jax Air News staff has
get up Sunday morning-at least decided (by unanimous vote) to NAVY RELIEF READY TO' ROLL -''LCdr. D. ChenoweHi (Foreground), MAS Supply, Control{ .r
it should be. cheat a little and set theirDaylight Division Officer and Vice Chairman for the 1973 Jacksonville, Auxiliary 4, vy'Relief Society Drive
Saving Time starts timepieces ahead before going to confers) with Lt.J.M.Malone, Supply Contracting Officer and Treasurer for the campaign. Packages; I
Sunday morning at 2 a.m. and all bed Saturday night rather than of pamphlets and donation 'receipt books have been mailed to chairmen and keymen. at 70' area: .
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your clocks, watches sundials staying up until the appointed commands comprising the Jacksonville Auxiliary. The drive,which is to run- through June 6, will get ;
hourglasses: etc. should be set hour. We suggest you do thesame. rolling here with a klck.offra.llyat King Hall May 3 at 10 a.m. -, : ',. : ";,." s \
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DANCING Saturday & Sunday, 10am.11pm HOURS: Saturday&Sunday Noon6pmMon.
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Leisure Activities Tues. & Thurs. Wed.. Fri.,Sat. Evenings and leisure activities)

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Sournern Fried Okra, Salad Bar, Tuesday,May 1 ,
Brownies, Butterscotch Pudding. BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato .
I Saturday April 28 Juice Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to
itll."lt II BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choiceof
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Juice. Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Ham or Pork Sausage, Pastry Bar.
Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup DINNER: Chicken Rice Soup Oven
French Toast Choice of Ham or Pork Fried Chicken, Cream Gravy,
Friday April 27 Boiled Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Sausage, Lyonnaise Potatoes Pastry Snowflaked Potatoes, Cranberry mwNAVALAIR
BREAKFAST: Chilled Grapefruit Green Beans Salad Bar Martha Bar.BRUNCH Sauce, Corn Bread Dressing, Boiled
Juice, Hot Oatmeal,Chilled Apricots Washington Cream Pie Brownies. : at 10 a.m. Split Pea Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Greens E STATIONPROTESTANT
Fried Eggs to Order.Griddle Cakes w. ,SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joes on Soup Grilled Beef Burgers, French Salad Bar, Apricot Pie, Autumns
Syrup Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Hamburger Buns' French Fried Fried Potatoes. Salad Bar Delight Cake.SANDWICH. .
Meat. Baked Beans, Yankee Style Potatoes. Salad Bar. Relish Tray Strawberry Short Cake, Peanut LINE: Grilled Ham. Sunday .
Corn Bread Pastry Bar. Dessert Bar.SUPPER Butter. Cookies. burgers or Cheeseburgers French E Divine Worship 8:30 a.m.
DINNER: Beef Barley Soup Baked : Chili Macaroni, Grilled SUPPER Braised Pork Slices or Fried Potatoes, Sliced Tomatoes. = at All Saints Chapel.;
Virginia Ham Cream Gravy, Cheese Sandwiches, French Fried Baked Chicken & Rice Buttered Egg Onions, Lettuce Leaves Dill Pickles E Church School 9:30 a.m.
Whipped Potatoes, Corn Fritters. Potatoes. Buttered Peas & Carrots. NOOdles. Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Mustard, Catsup Salad Dressing, = Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
Cream Style Corn, Salad Bar, Cherry Dessert Bar.SUPPER All Saints Chapel.
I IJ Jello, Peanut Butter Cookies., : Fried Shrimp or Fried Junior Youth Fellowship
Sunday,April 29 Ham Steaks, Seasoned Green Beans, 12:30 Senior
Youth
A.IR : p.m. .
I : X N EWS BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato Fried Cabbage Parsley Buttered Fellowship 1:30: p.m.
Juice Hot Oatmeal Fried, Eggs to Potatoes Cocktail Sauce Salad Bar, Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup Apricot Pie, Chocolate Pudding. at the Small Chapel.
The JAX AIR .NEWS I It a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper French! Toast. Choice of Bacon or Wednesday,May 2
Attributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Luncheon Meat. Baked Beans, Hash BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange Tuesday
Jacksonville Brown Potatoes. Juice Hot Farina, pried Eggs to Senior Choir Rehearsal 7p.m.
Florida the
Holt
by Publishing Company, a DINNER: Breaded Veal Steaks or Order, French Toast w-Syrup, Choiceof at Bldg. 750 and
private firm. AU Copy submitted for .e'n' the JAX AIR NEWS Fried Fish Sticks. Brown Gravy Bacon or' Luncheon Meat Baked, Christian Science Service
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. Box 2. NAS Snowflaked Potatoes Simmered Beans Southern Style Corn Bread, p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. Sauerkraut Buttered Green Beans. Pastry Bar.DINNER.
News Items are welcomed Tartar Sauce, Salad Bar, Lemon : Cream of Potato Soup, NAVALHOSPITAL
from all.ourc...
Telephone 772-3118
Meringue Pie Chocolate Cookies. Stuffed Pork Chops. Brown Gravy, Divine Worship 10a.m. atStr
or 3119. Monday,April 30 Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Okra & Lukes.
Tomato Gumbo Salad Bar, Coconut ,
"Everything advertised In this BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple
publication must be made '
Cream Pie, Applesauce Cake.
Juice Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to NATTCProtestant
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to Order. French Toast w.Syrup, Choiceof SANDWICH LINE Chill Dogs Worship
race creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, Bacon or Luncheon Meat Baked Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped Service, 10:30: a.m. In
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Beans, Pastry Bar. Onions Dessert Bar. Building 500.
DINNER Vegetable Soup, Yankee SUPPER t Italian Spaghetti w.Meat
policy of equal
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the CATHOLICSaturday
Pot ROast of Beef or Steamed Frank. Sauce or Ravioli, Parmesan Cheese
nfusal to print advertising from that source." furters, Natural I Gravy? Franconla Garlic Bread, Buttered Brussels Mass 5 p.m. at
Advertisements Potatoes, Seasoned June Peas, Hot Sprouts, Salad Bar, Applesauce'Cake, St. Edward's Chapel.
solicited
are by the publisher and queries Spiced Beets, Salad Bar, Apple Pie, Cherry Jello. = Sunday Mass a.m. and 11
concerning such should be directed to: Vanilla Wafers.SANDWICH Thursday,May 3 a.m. Dally "Mass-Monday.

LINE Sloppy Joes on BREAKFASTS Chilled Apple Juice, Tuesday, Thursday and
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Hamburger Buns, French Fried Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order, Frlday-ll:30 a.m. Wed.
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville. 32210 Potatoes, Salad Bar, Relish Tray Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choice of .. nesday Mass 11:30 a.m. at
Dessert Bar.SUPPERt. Ham or Pork Sausage, Pastry Bar. the Naval Hospital'. Chapel.
Telephone 387-3566 Chill Con Carne.Beans. DINNER Minestrone Soup Grilled Saturday Confessions 4:30
Fried Fish Sticks, Steamed Rice, Texas Steaks, Mushroom Gravy, to 5 p.m.PAGE .
I VOL. 31 NO. 6 APRIL 26, 1973 | 'Tartar Sauce Augratin Asparagus Baked Potatoes, Buttered Cream
Buttered Corn, Salad Bar Vanilla Style Corn, Fried Onion Rings, Salad _J___ .
Wafers, Apple Pie. Bar, Marble Cake, Apple Brownie ;- --
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Reporting _: Your Exchange In May (I


Aboard ?, Jax-The Navy Exchange is A few hours spent playing
planning a bargain bonanza badminton, volleyball or even 'r
Jax -SECNAV INST 7220.63A, during the month of May.Here a pitching horse shoes can add a .
DUPERS Manual Para. 5030 120 just a few of the items being little life to the, party and also r'"
and MPP Manual, Para. 90141 offered to fill your Spring needs. provide a good amount'of II
established the requirement and Paint.Supplies exercise I
procedures for Leave-Service May Is.the perfect time of the The Exchange has a good line
Record-Pay Record Verificationwhen year to add a new vitality to your of lawn games in the sporting
a member reports to a new home. The weather is just right goods department
command for permanent duty. for repainting your house and the Gift Ideas
NFO JAX INST 7220.10A "' Navy Exchange has exactly what This is the season when
establishes the local procedurefor ( you'll ,need to make it a graduations, weddings and an-
verification and, to avoid \ prefessional looking job. niversaries seem like a daily
sending service records to the Quality paints, brushes, occurance.
Finance Office, authorizes solvents and trimming accessories To help fill your gift-giving
Personnel Offices to enter the are all available now. needs, the Navy Exchange has a
following information in the As a point of information, do-it- good assortment of gift items,
Remarks Section of the Repor yourself painters often ask: such as wrist watches,
ting Endorsement (NC 3068)): "How much paint should I buy?" typewriters and matching pen
Leave balance as of June 30, Here's a good guideline- gallonof and pencil sets for the graduateand
leave taken since June 30, PEBD, finish coat of a good exterior many household' items and
MPD (if applicable) SGLI house paint, under normal appliances for the June bride or
(AMT), CMA (if applicable) and conditions, can be applied to anniversary couples. Why wait
EAOS (if applicable). about 500 square feet on a until the last minute, shop now. I
Members turning in their pay previously painted or prepared FashionsAs
records to NFO JAX and its surface. A prime coat covers we head into. the summer,
Branch Offices without their M from 400-450 square feet per you gals will want to look your
'1.- gallon.To best at the swimmingpool. } ,
service records or the above : beach or *
information are now required to' -- determine square footage, Here are' the latest,fashion ,
jjNAVY
return to the appropriate Per- 1 simply multiply the length of forecasts in misses and. junior
sonnel Office to obtain same.. ; r:! each wall by the height from the swimwear. '
foundation to the eaves, not The predominate look in misses
ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL AKl Daniel L. Castanova Is
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bothering to deduct measure- swimwear will be the softer
awarded the Navy Achievement Medal by Cdr. J. E. Wall NATTC
For Military ments for windows, gables and silhouette with fabrics of lycra
Logistics and Resources Officer. Castanova earned the medal for "-
doors.In tricot, simplex nylon :'second ,
contributing to VF-84's combat readiness aboard the USS Roosevelt
Personnel estimating the amount of skin", arid light weight polyester. "
between Feb. 15, 972 and Dec. 9, 1972 while serving as the material
trim paint needed, the area of the Fashion colors will be bright
Under Age 35 control 1 supervisor. sash and frame of a window is yellows, hot pink, blues, greens
usually about 35 feet. For gutters and oranges with the traditional
]Employment: Briefing Set and spouts, Just .measure the leader of navy in' solids and
Now$60,000 running length and consider it as printed florals, monotone. and
the total in square.feet.- abstract designs.
Lawn Games One piece swimwear will
Jax-A Civilian, Employment Assistance Program Getting together with family continue to lead the fashion
briefing is scheduled for Friday, May 25, at 9 a.m. in and friends for an outdoor bar- parade. The tunic or swimdress
Hangar 1000, Conference Room 240. becue? Why not add to the (skirted or side slits) with new ,
festivities by enjoying one of the contrast hidden panels will be the
Insurance The briefing will be conducted by a panel composed of many outdoor lawn games. number one look. ,1

representatives from the following, agencies and l lo

Protection organizations: Veterans Administration,' Small Open for 'your convenience 6 a.m.-lO p.m, '

; : Business Administration, Florida: State' Employment PICKUP & DELIVERY ,.;
Service, Florida Junior College, Chamber of Commerceand
, Only $9 the Navy Transition Site. D ROAD SERVICED :
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\ 7 4 _-_-_- 9J d Carrier Air Wing Three,"Frocked" HM1 James E. Gibson (center) of
the CVW-3 staff to Chief Petty Officer. Present for the occasion was
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completion of 30 years of active service AQCS F., R. Umble ATC Wild extended his careerin '
was piped over at AIMDNAS Cecil Field. Senior Chief Umble was the USN when! he recently \\" \ 11.\ Jt.:
acting Maintenance Chief previous to his retirement. reenlisted for FOUR years. "
On 4 April 1973, SD3 Elihu B.
Brown was transferred to the
Fleet Reserve after completing
TAKE twenty-eight years of'active duty.
CDR J. M. Gilmore, CO of V A-45
congratulates SD3 Brown for his
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TO MAKE CARS SAFE. 4M1.


Volvo was committed to safety {rr.' along A
before it became mandatory. ; .,

In 1956, for example, we installed .

padded dashboards: 12 years before r k

the government insisted on them. i : ;;:
In 1959, Volvo became the first a

mass-produced car in the world with ,,.

safety belts as standard equipment. :
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belts,inspired by Federal regulations. i, f y

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''\ minimum, either: AT2 Robin B.McAlister chose 4

The law says.all cars must have April 1973 to reenlist for an additional .
SIX vear;putting him on
two brake circuits. Volvos have two his way toward ten years in the
triangular circuits, each controllingthree Navy. As a reenlistment Incentive -

wheels. So if one-circuit fails, .... '. orders to AT2 Iwakuni McAlister, Japan.received

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absorb the impact of collisions. Four- ,;; I Jacksonville,Florida 32204 1
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wheel disc brakes with a pressure- I 9 WANTEDUSEDCAMERASAND I

proportioning valve to reduce the I _

chances of rear-\vheellock-up. Child- I EQUIPMENT.WEPAY TOP DOLLAR-388.8S3S I

proof rear doors. Rear window IBRING THIS AD WITH YOU'FRIENDLY Ia.
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I Veterans Ask. .it. "" .:"-tJ,::. -. ,..' _
.J Jax86Meets
4 Y '4 / 'ii1" .' ..-'

Q-I want to start college in the application and proof of death of .
fall, but I have limited funds and your second husband,VA benefits
I'm told it takes two or three will be restored. '
months after I start to get my GI
allowance. Does VA have loan Q-Please clear .
a up something .:Jax-NWCA Jax 86 president ::
fund to help me? for me. Is it true that 2.3 million ws..v} r ; ,1
A-Under Mrs.. Ronald Celmer presided ; ,
recent legislation servicemen: have served !in' over'the Wednesday night social- : :i{
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passed' by Congress. Vietnam? .
VA can : JIft
) educational meeting in the ;
advance (effective ( .' L
:
August 1973)as A-On June 30, 1972, f.f. ,.. r ". clubhouse at 716 Enterprise. ,

much approximately
as two months allow '. f; .' .
,' \!<'r Mrs. Raymond Ganthner introduced
2.3 million "
.
veterans had
"
ance to veterans who '" :
apply to VA
served in Southeast Asia. This 'rillon her guest, Mrs. Gerald
prior to registration at school. A ';i; :;';
check for the first and includes not only Vietnam, but Storm of Mia'ml.Speaker .
second
.Thailand, Laos, Cambodia for the evening was
etc. :fI: .
months of .
school can be waiting :: .
6 Barbara Gunter, who told the
for him when he registers for Q-How can I apply for my special f.I ,. Club members about the
,classes. dividend which I hear the VAs ,. :." w + Woman's World Expo '73 to beheld 1
Q-I km a widow who received I paying to holders of World War May 10-13() at the Jacksonville -
dependence and indemnity compensation II life insurance policies? :r.; Coleseum and about the
payments for a short A-Sorry to disappoint you, but If' j .. .. \ contest for Mother of the Year
time based on the death of my first there is no special dividend. VA : / ,- contest to be held in.conjunctionwith
husband who was a veteran. pays regular dividends to veter- the exposition.
After his death, I remarried, and ans who have kept their World ",1'111. ; f .r./ Mrs. Martin Scully,.mother of
now my second husband has died. War II"V"prefixed National Ser- ; .: eight and an ,active member of
May I claim benefits on my first vice Life Insurance and World NWCA for 13 years was selectedas
husband's service again? War I "K" prefixed United States HONORED AT FICEUR DPI Willard P. Martin, Jr. has been Jax 86's candidate to.r the
A-Yes, upon submission of Government Life Insurance named FICEUR's Enlisted Man of the Quarter for the first quarter of Mother of the Year Contest. I r
policies. Dividends are paid on 1973. Martin was cited for performing his duties as a Computer Mrs.. Scully, was voted. life ;
ADCOP the anniversary date of each policy Programmer in a "highly outstanding and efficient manner"and for a membership in!. Jax 86 last fall
and no application is neces- "professional,approach to problem solving that has been a key factor and is presently serving as
.sary. ,"L, ., .. .(in).FICEUR's. successful production.off fleet products.";* :f < parlimentariaif. :;*

Students ';, .. --. ,'.'.' ..,' '- '",.' 1

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Sixteen ADCOP students
were among the graduates at 4.. I Ib itt r

Monday night's Florida Junior, '.,. ,,
College commencement JI
ceremony.The .
ADCOP graduates included I
: EMCS J.X. Reburian, '
Ens. G, E. Parrish (MSC), HM1 ,,:
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W. C. Nash ET1 R.A. Barnes t : .y : ";
PNC G.' A.Schaefer,II, AE1 M.P. : .5 r
Brogan, III, CTA1 M. C. : ,
II
.McElhiney, ATC E.G. Lutz, I
.,CTRl R.. M. Boykin, YN1 T.D.McLaughlin .
YN1 M.Li: Beal,
HM1 T.G. Powell, HMC R.W.
Hiley, ETCS H.L. Sellers, QMC i
W.R. Ehney and RMCS R.P. ,

Murray.Graduating with High Honors I

were: ET1 R.A. Barnes (AA,
Teachers Ed.), CTRl R.M. SSS ;
Boykin (AA, Pre Law), AE1 i -St.v
Brogan III AA, Gen. Ed.), QMC } ,
W.R. Ehney (AS, Gen. Bus.),
ATC E.G. Lutz (AA, Bus. Ad- : r ;
,min.), CTAI M.C. McElhiney
(AA, Bus.. Admin.), RMCS R.P., :
Murray AA, Teacher Ed. ) and
ETCS H.L. Sellers (AA- ,TeachersEd. t, 3' ; 4 FS .: .
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The following graduated with
Honors: YN1 M.L. Beal (AA), :
EMCS J.Z. Reburian (AA YouVe had a checking'account with abank for
) and PNC G.A.
Forestry
Schaeffer,II (AATeachers Ed.). SIX years.Then one little mistake and smacko! i I


Maybe you know the people at your bank and maybe they know'you and maybe the .i

NOMORE check you wrote was only two.bucks over your balance. Smacko! Guess they figure

..for BATTERYTROUBLE the life of your car with... you could never come up with the two bucks. :,' ; ,

'VX-6.2.98 Now listen to how Bounceproof Checking accounts.work at t The Southeast .* ; t(;t ,t,r, .: ,
I
call 771.3126 after 5PM ,Banks.: If you make a mistake and write a check for more than your balance: we : 'P.,", (

don't bounce the check. We simply debit your Master Charge account with our bank. .,f: j

-Arid if-yon-want to, jt.on purpose, be our guest. Just write a check up to the limir _:

FUtfNTlRfWHOLESALE of your Master Charge line of credit and we'll honor the check. It's like writing ... ; ,
w j
'yourself a loan anytime you want. ""

,'; Only two things are necessary for Bounceproof Checking. One of our Master ,.'. $

PRICE TO EVERYONE .'Charge cards, and a checking account with our.bank. If you need one or both, just ..

drop into your Southeast Bank. Even if you have both, you still have to drop. in and' "' : '

OPEN EVEf Y ,tl; request]Bounceproof Checking. We don't give it out automatically. i. 'iLt'

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TIL 6 PMSURPLUS 2044 US. Highway #fl 17, 264-7551. : '.: -
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,April 30 Cutlets, Macaroni and Meat
Cream of Chicken Soup, Sauce, Stuffed Crab Cakes with
Shrimp Creole with Rice, Cole Slaw.
Spaghetti and Meat Sauce, Liver Mashed Potatoes French
with Onions, 7 oz. Chopped Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,
Sirloin, Fried Perch with Hush Pinto Beans, Broccoli with
Puppies. CheeseSauce, Corn. .
Mashed Potatoes, French Peach Cream Pie, Apple Pie,
Fried Potatoes,Rice with Gravy, Boston 'Cream Pie, Assorted

,Spinach, Squash, Peas. Puddings.Thursday
Combination Salad, Tossed ,May 3
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Bean Soup, Fried Chicken,
Jello, Fruit Jello, Fruit Cottage Chili Con Carne with Rice, Corn
Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese, Beef with Cabbage,7 oz. Chopped
Cole Slaw, Raisin and Carrot. Sirloin, Surf Cakes with Hush
Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple Puppies.
,-," Pie, Peach Tarts, Layer Cake, Mashed Potatoes, French
JANGOS ,CAPPED Shown with their new caps presented at the Spring JANGO Capping Assorted Puddings. Fried Potatoes,Rice with Gravy,
Ceremony at the Naval Hospital are; Front Row (L-R) Julie Adams Loretta Erskine, Sharon Sotto, Tuesday,May 1 Great Northern Beans, Mustard
Lorraine Seligman, Kelly Maloney, Patricia Kozak (who also received a MOO JANGO scholarship), Minestrone Soup, Roast Beefon Greens, Mixed Vegetables.
and Theresa Beaudray. Back Row: Georgia Horn Christine Dudzik,Annette Williams ElizabethAnn Block with New Potatoes, Combination Salad, Tossed
Pierce;Naomi Cox and Susan Jackson.Absent when the picture was taken were Patty Boyer and Chicken Pan Pie, Pork Cutlets Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain
Nancy O'Brien. with Apples, 7 oz. Chopped Jello, Fruit Jello, Fruit Cup,
Sirloin, Baked Fish with Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
Answers to Dressing. Cottage Cheese, Potato Salad,
WEEKEND SPECIALSWe're the most frequentlyasked Mashed Potatoes, French Stuffed Eggs.
about questions Fried Potatoes, Rice with Gravy, Almond Cream Pie, Apple Pie,
( having a. "Bug-Out" DOUG; Turnip Greens, Macaroni and Coconut Cake, Assorted Pud
1968 VW SEDANS ((2)) $895 Cheese, String Beans.Combination ; dings.
U Pick the Paint We Paint It Salad, Tossed Friday,May 4
8f1 E Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Clam Chowder, Trout
VW SEDAN
r 1966, $595 -.ti-.. Jello, Fruit Jello, Fruit Cup, Almondine, Stuffed Peppers with
:
1966 VW SQ BACK $595 :
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Creole Sauce, Vegetable Beef
1971 HONDA-100 CL $295 WHAT IS ADDICTION? Cottage Cheese,American Salad, Stew with Rice, 7 oz. Chopped
1970 I INT. P.U. with Topper $1495 Addiction is physical dependence Tuna Salad. Sirloin.
1970 NOVA CPE Red & Black Top $1395 upon a drug. Its scientific Coconut Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Mashed Potatoes, French
definition includes the develop- Strawberry Short Cake, Assorted Fried Potatoes,Rice with Gravy,
1968 JAVELIN Loaded $695 ment of tolerance and with
Puddings. Beets Stewed Tomatoes,
,
Open Sundays drawal. As a person develops
tolerance he requires larger and Wednesday,May 2 Blackeyes.
larger amounts of the drug to .Tomato Soup, Country Steaks Combination Salad, Tossed
J BRADLEY AUTOMOTIVE I produce the same effect. with Rice, Breaded Turkey Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain
Jello, Fruit Jello, Fruit Cup,
47M SAN JUAN AVENUE PHONE3W.79U MCKSONYITUE SMOSt EXjCtUllVE BOtTLEtLUBWJHfApS / Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
NEW?? Cottage Cheese, Beet and Onion,
i Deluxe Cole Slaw.
NI t I Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple
Pie, Peach Short Cake, Assorted
I
Big Chief, Say: i Puddings.

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FREE FRONT
WE HAVE A NEW IDEA
4r' WHEEL ALIGNMENT 1 Alcohol

I WITH PURCHASEOF Pussycat Escorts

4 TIRES topless Continuous OP Go (Dancing Partners) Movie

24< WESTIth St MSIthST EXITPH 351 f
Open 4pm 6am % AvailableJaxA
4 ;

\L new Navy film
(iiI dealing with the subject of ,
Servicemen alcohol and alcoholism is I
.
f(1\(
\ I now available for showing

through the ,NAS Jax
1 1i Alcohol Abuse Counselor's
EfiV r Office, located in Bldg.
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i MONARC 'S 722.The
-- film is entitled
HIGH .
-- "Chalk-Talk on Alco-
PERFORMANCESMOOTH t holism".
For additional in-'

RIDER T formation about the film,
call Chief Adkins or AE2
: Chastain at Ext. 3921 or
9 5 ho1M414 2886.
EJ4 s1980 FJ3
F18x14 or 15 384.6461reos.
F78-14 FOR THE ULTIMATE;
W $Q780 Plus FET. SATISFACTION OF A
W t G18x14 or 15 v/ 2.37 TO 3.13 ,yw

I 't Q95 INSTANT 4+rUN11 ..:e
w v H78x14 or 15,,.., CREDIT / 6475 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone 384.6461

s1 95 NO PAYMENT DOWN 1505 Cassat Ave. Phone 389-1184 t

i L78x1S ... LONG tERMS-- 9 CONVENIENT JAX AREA LOCATIONS 'k
I PLANNING A LEAVE? BUYING A CAR? IF

YOU HAVE A ,NEED WE'LL BE GLAD TO i..

PROVIDE THE NECESSARY FUNDS.GEN'ERAL .


SEE MOON MULLINS
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Nolan

f I Loans to $600
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Insurance For Everyone, : i ': '
; \% FREE CAR WASH: .:. : {.
: : Sun, Thurs, 4pm It:30pn, r G' S8.HOREEN. STAMP : :n.
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PAGE 8 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER .


I ;. Flying "Batmen" Turn Into Swimmers._ ; I


Jax-Survival training is, a never-ending fact of life for ,.:
VP-24's air crew members. o.
Aside from comprehensive annual medical
examinations conducted by highly trained flight
surgeons, each aircrewman must prove his physical
prowess at least every three years by successfully
completing the survival swim.
Included in the swimming test are freestyle,
backstroke, underwater and quarter-mile swims, a
parachute drop and drag, a simulated helicopter
recovery, and a'ride in the infamous "Dilbert Dunker"The t"V"
Dunker is an airplane cockpit ,on tracks which
flips upside down once it gets under water to simulate a

ditching aircraft.
I On a different day, the "Batmen" ride to 25,000 feet ina V
low pressure chamber, experience the effects of

hypoxia at high altitudes, and rapidly return to sea level f
-i pressure. This session is followed by a series of lectures.

The survival training concludes with the aircrewmen 4' --- ,r
experiencing the adverse effects that lightning can have .
on their night vision and and learning how to protect f
against it.
Ens. Dennis Smart, VP-24; Survival Training Officer,
vigorously promotes this rigorous training. HE'S GOT A TICKET TO RIDE-A VP-24"Batman"prepares to be. iragged through the water in
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If you do,it's the same as Coach.If :! ,.
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Here comes the good part: If the j
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tions. Leisure Class does not apply to welcome awaits the Batman as
reduced fare tickets. Or to the
some he heads for the water in the
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I Mexico and Bahama flights.
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plane is grounded due to adverse : ;: :.v:: People who become more shortof
weather conditions,equipment failureor : breath as they grow older also
equipment substitutions. 4 lose more of their peripheralvision
In order qualify for a free ride Veterans Administration
I ask for a Leisure Class reservation and research shows
present your ticket at the boardinggate
twenty minutes before flight time.
And if you have to wait it will be from SiIl] SIGHT
several minutes to several hours. But if
you've got more time than money, you
probably won't mind at all.
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"HANG ONI"! are the best instructions for the simulated. helicopter 1 AM-FM Radio. 8,000 miles P.S., Power Door locks, tilt I
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VETERANS, .Pays Closing
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King Size Master Bedroom with Black Vinyl top,400 V-8, with Black Interior auto
1- a All Electric Garage Patio 4speed trans, .P.S., P.B., trans, AC P.S., P.B, P.W. &
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p: %. TRUCK LOAD EVERY WEEKI FINANCE LAW ,
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HRS: Mon..Sat.10a.m..9p.m. Ptpas.52" PRODUCTION GENERAL,"OFFICE. .
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FRIDAY! APRIL 27th Caramic Shop.

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JAX REENLISTMENTS

Jax The NAS Jax Officers Future Events (NARU) and Debbie Lesley
Club held an Easter Egg Hunt It's almost time to pay tributeto (FICEUR);
Sunday. Winning $5 each, for the best gal ever-MOM. Your 2nd Vice President: Nancy
finding golden eggs were: Officers Club will pay homage to Robbins (VP-5));
Sharon Sammons, 8, daughterof her day by presenting her with a Treasurer: Pat Watson
Lt. 'Sammons from VA-174; carnation, serving a special (COMFAIRJAX) and Joyce
Michael Conner, 4, son of Ltjg( ) brunch from 11:30: to 1 p.m. and Beebe (VP-24));
Conner of VP-56; and Stephen topping off Mothers Day with a Corresponding Secretary: Pat .a"
Ryan, 8, son of Cdr. Ryan from dinner buffet from 6:308:30: : p.m. Frame (NAS); Helen Craw (VW-
VP45.If Check with the club for details. 4) and Beth Powell (VP-16));
you haven't visited the Main The JOWC will hold their an- Recording Secretary: Carol
Brace lately you've really missedthe nual election of officers, com- Kane (FICEUR) and Linda L _
boat.As you walk in, you'll be bined with a fashion show,.May 30 Mitchell (VP-24)).
impressed by a glassed-in room at 11:30a.m.: VP-24.VW-4 and the Don't forget the big USO Show ;e a .,
filled with electronic gear. Seatedat Naval Hospital are sponsoringthe scheduled for June.30! ,

the'controls from 4 p.m. until program. '. t ..-J,,.,
closing::is a personable' 'young Candidates' for office: are:,,'. as .:::::::::: ::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::*_:vO::.:.; .:.:::-:.:.:.;. '1 f.-;-" l'>::ll
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YOU THINKING OF BUYING ANEW -The following is a report
r'P 'of motor vehicle accidents and
MOBILE HOME? traffic violations for the period of AW2 STEVE D. EISENACHreenlisted ADJ1 CHETADKINSadded six .
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? IF SO 'COME TO WHERE THE Number of Accidents

'k ; BEST: VALUES ARE This Period 9
This Period a year ago 5
Total accidents this year 144
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period last year 115
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last.year at this time 16
Number of Violations
This Period 64 .
76me Speeding 23 ,. I.. o. .
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9359103rd STREET PHONE 771-027 Going through stop sign 10 iL rt1t ;
See HIBBIBBIBiBiHBiBmBBiBaBiBlBHBBI Craig Lewis,Sales Manageror Ed Stevens (USN Retired) Other Violations 31 .."/1';;,,1i .
Y.L | Thirty-one drivers appeared .
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before their officers
FREE commanding AECS JOE H. WILLIAMSON
CHOICE OF THE FOLLOWING GIFTS: ADJC DAVID A. NOYES
last week. Disposition of the raised his hand for six
1 reenlisted for two years at VP-47. more
(1) ONE MONTHS FREE LOT RENT AT
cases included the following.
1 ANY PARKIN, JACKSONVILLE ..':'_'. Three lost driving and parking years.at ,NATTC. "
I ((2) 40-PIECE '"CORNERSTONE" OVEN- II II privileges aboard the station for MONDAY.IS..
I WEAR SET-to BAKE, SERVE, STORE. II various periods; twelve were If your favorite sport doesnotplace ; .
BRING OR MAIL THIS COUPON TOCOLONYMOBILEHOMESTODAYI to DOLLAR DAY
assigned complete an eight- reasonable demands on
hour course in remedial driving; your 'cardiorespiratorylsystem: 9AM TIL.6PMTHURSDAY
1' NAME two received suspensions; fifteen (heart and lungs), it is recommended s IS..
1 ADDRESS I were given warnings; three were that you supplement
I CITY .ZIP ._-___. dismissed; thirty were fined participation with a physical DOLLAR NITE
TELEPHONE I (U.S. Magistrate); and two were fitness program involving activities 6PM TIL 12PM -
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check or unless the publisher Is In.
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RATE: minimum charge ((3lines$2.oo) copy.

: Mall to: HOLT PUBLJSHING CO., 7 7 SAN PeradditlonafUne JUAN AVE ((4 words per line) ...50c Thursday,April 26 Henry .'o da. "GP" ((115 min.)

JACKSONVILLE 32210 NAS "THE PRIEST'S WIFE" HOSPITAL: "VALLEY OF
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f'l I', 1972 Arrowglass 16", trl/-hull, with 85 GIVE US A CALL FOR Mastroianni and Sophia Loren. Monday April 30

TEMPORARY JOBS rip. motor & galvanized trailer, full Quick Rental of Your Property "GP" ((104 min.HOSPITAL .) NAS: "THE ANGEL
coast Edward O. Broker 389-0361
guard equip.. & lots Lyon
FOR NAVY WIVESAll Must of extras. : "ELVIS ON LEVINE" Fantasy, Starring
sell first :
office skills needed. Long and 3211, Ext. 8137.YAMAHA.$2500. 781-1568 or 771- MagILE iioME TOUR" Musical, Starring Elvis Zero Mostel and Harry Belafonte.

short assignments. No fee. We pay .BJ ::y: and Kathy West- "GP" (106 min.)
4rawH m*; !3WV: xs-xsrx.;.t. WiBlWW! Presley, 0 .
you. STUDIO PIANO JUSTISS TRAILER PARK moreland. "G"- ((93 min.) HOSPITAL: "SOMETIMES A
XTRA HELPERS W5U8WANTEDBARBER .' Like New $850., 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS Clean Modern
772.2656 or 3886284. trailer and apts. 3893007. Friday,April 27 GREAT NOTION"Tuesday

: .. NAS: "IMAGES" Drama, ,May 1

or men's hair stylist. Venetla Barber S /REAL ESTATE: j \i: ;*: COLONY MOBILE HOMES Starring Susannah York and NAS: "SKIN GAME" Comedy

Shop, 5535 Roosevelt Blvd. Apply |In SALES & RENTALS,9359103rd St. Cathryn Harrison. "R" ((104 Starring James Garner and Lou
WE
person to Mr. Godwin, dally before 4 BUY &for SELL EQUITIESCall Call 771-0275. min.) Gossett. "GP" (102 min.)
us
quick service
P.M. Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. TRANSPORTATiOtBETTER : : HOSPITAL: "THE PRIEST'S HOSPITAL: "THE ANGEL

ORIENTALWAITRESSES 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. .i ."...,,,.. ,...... "'-'.' "" ,,w;" WIFE" LEVINE"
A BUS BOYSWANTED 771-3052 737-384 CARS FOR LESS MONEY Saturday,April 28

Used VW's compacts, other foreign N AS:- "VALLEY OF THE
To serve the best Chinese food In town. NORMANDY ACRES makes. Astro Motors 6566 NormandyBlvd. KINGS"Drama Starring Robert
Must be neat. but experience not 4 miles west of Cecil Field.5 to 20 Acre 7814978. ,
necessary, will train, IB or over. tracts. Land is the best Investment for 'Taylor and Eleanor Parker. olio

House of Lee Restaurant, 1807 RogeroRd. the future. Other tracts available over 1955 CHEVY "PG" (92 min.)

., Hours 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. Call Mrs. Southwest Jacksonville. %Ton Plck-Up HOSPITAL: "IMAGES"Sunday
Lee 7444744, for appt. ".10 p.m. Wynne Realty of Florida 772.9165 after 6 P.M. ,April 29 41 '
389.5514
REALTORS
389.8507
NAS: "SOMETIMES A

TIRED OF THE SAME OLD SHIP QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY 'DODGE MONACO GREAT NOTION" Drama, u..
door,HT PS, AT AC R&H,Maroon and HId' /
to what Call Paul Newman
Like earn your worth Mr. Also Equities for sale on easy terms. Starring
Clark for appt., 7213600.. Part-time Edward O. Lyon Broker 389.0361 w-black vinyl top. Excellent Con
dition. $1095., phone3981533.
work available.
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GREEN COVE SPRINGS '71 LINCOLN MARK III
HOME
MOBILE SALESMANHigh
RUSSELL
Residential, Lots,Acreage Sleek Black Sun Roof, Full Power MAVIS
pay, short hours, part-time, Chas.Mobley, Realtor 284.9365 8244294. i-: the
Apply in person, Mobile Home Lee Duncan,Associate 26.c.6861 Stereo, Tape Deck, $5,995. at piano bar
Brokers, 5887 Roosevelt Blvd.

49 CHRYSLER 300 CONV. BUD FRETWELL
WHITE FENCE FARMS '
PS, PB, PW AT R&H, AC 383 Eng.,
NAVY RETIREDIf Located In the heart of Arizona'sfinest -
$1595.00, 264-7444. ENTERTAINMENT NITELY
you understand machinery and farming and hunting country,

small business administration( we near historic Safford (County seat. of ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;::;
need you to manage a small but Graham County.) Great year round FOR SALE
growing business In Clay County. climate. 1V4 acres, $1,100 low terms. Damaged '61 Corvette, $700. Cash
Salary commensurate with ability For full Information, please write to Firm.Muncl 4-Spd., Hurst shifter 327. SPECIAL RATES $6.00 perpersonFORSERVICEMEN
plus profit sharing Immediate Mrs. A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., Contact Ray Eason, Cecil ext. 115 or double occupancy

vacancy. Send brief resume to' P. O. 2233 North 7th Street, Phoenix 85006. 771.6.0" Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine at Biser's Seafood

Box 245 ,. Orange Park, Fla. 32073 Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic'

{ ,Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking.'J4LE.
< M1SCELLANE s T 3BR.FENCEDYARD 1971KAWASKI I

: Double.Car garage, dinette, range 8. 100 Trailblke 450.,
refrlg., 264-6421. :
, KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER VanSandt, Realtor 387-1213 '
Responsible party take up pmts of $5. "

a month. Call dealer. 772.8934. ''MUSTANG CONV. ; MOTOR HQTEL

CALLA SHIPMATEJoe Blue, good condition, $750. Call 264-
A recorded message by Roplak (RET Navy) 4117 after 6 P.M.JANUARY. 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744
SCOTT EDWARDSTells Licensed Real Estate .Salesman

you how to be a Representing Within walking distance to oil points of interest.
DISC JOCKEYcall Blanding Agency,Inc.Realtors AUTOMOTIVE
355-2944 any hour. Approved for Home 781.7715 Office 771-9513 1171 CASSAT,387-2839
veterans. Columbia School of FEATURING EXCEPTIONAL
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC COMPACT
Not
Braodcastlng. San Francisco. IN REAL ESTATE MATTERSCall AUTOS
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by Shrum
Wayne 1970 OPEL KADETTE 2-DR.
home study Blanding Agency, Inc.Realtors Yellow w-black vinyl Interior, 4-Spd",
771-9513 radio (rear speaker) Htr., WW, a real 1-295 -
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES JAX gas saver Compare at $1195., Our TAKE

Fabrication In fescreenlng, window price sa...
PORT ST.LUCIE AT FT.PIERCE
screen'doors & pool ?OPEL 2-DR.KADETTE
screens, patio
New 3BR., 2B. Gen.
wait.
enclosures, aluminum roofs & car Avoid 9 mo. home avail. Low dwn., AT, R8.H White tires, 37,000 miles. DIRECT TO.
Development ..
ports, free' estimates. Owned & Gold w-belge vinyl bucket seats.
operated by: Norman T. Abrams $167.00 mo. Take second mtge. Lcdr. Compare at $1195., Our price $....

USN retired, Paul Tinney 2568 Edison Cannizzaro, 2648365. 71 TOYOTA 2DR HT, MARK II .." ,."",, ")'''' 'Q'. ''' '''

Ave., 384.1242. Red w-black vinyl Interior 4-Spd., .
LOVELY OAK HILL 3 BEDROOM R&H, factory AC. WW 37,000 miles }} NORMANDY swoW :
AC, WW Carpet Garage <
MBA., Compare at $2195., Our price $1788.
AUTO AIR-COND.SERVICERoom :-:"
$20,500 or offer 711.7018.OUTSTANDING .
Fenced. ; -
Units Central Units. Tyler .. :
Heating 8 '.Air Conditioning, 4711
Palmer Lake Shore) 3885141. iii i.$
Ave, ( ,
.; REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT z > -II
4C
2 zoned waterfront, residential. :: ..;
LIVE CRABS prime location homesltes at San :::. .,-:'
WllfonJ's Fish Camp Carlos Park, Fla. $11,200.00 value. -. WESTS/DE ::S HAS ilkC a, w
264-9707 Make offer, cash-old colns-what. 264- o }:ti CECIL k V 8 SS zS

6511. FI LD III:


Three sewing SINGERS machines$15 CASH$15 each. i "(J'- r 2' 1 ":;SttY ; NAf ::
attachments.
Does everything with ( fi '
::: c :S W iaSnK =
I
Sew&'.Sound. I Inc.1544 Hendricks Ave. ORANGE PARK 1 \n T :

Corner LaSalle St. 2BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish- >
Carpets, Elizabeth ti ORANGE PARK LSC :
washer Drapes. ; Y fThe "::=::::3:3:: : m._ :
TOY POODLE Apts., 771-1405 or 771-3355. i .
Silver Male AKC reg., 8 weeks old.

Call 244-9487 after 3 P.M. WILMAR APARTMENTSAir Bases and Orange Park are now only

Conditioned 2 bedroom Living Yy r.lnutes'away.. Take .I 1-295 expressway to the
,
APACHE CAMP TRAILER room, Kitchen Bftstnook. parking i 4 a ta 'Normandy exit, then right:' 1V4 miles 'and one
Sleeps 4, has awning. $400.00 or trade space for 2 cars, water, sewage, -
for Hardtop 771-7018 Aft. 430: P.M. garbage, lawn service, Furnished k traffic light brings you toVOLKSWAGEN

$120, Unfurnished 100. plus 4 percent COUNTRYIt's
OOINOOVERSEASOARAOESALEWedgewood sales tax. 387.2541 weekends 389.0744.
CC on CC sets and singles, .,syJ
books, household Items 4734Merrlmac a nice trip and so are the savings.
Avenue off Cassat. Sat. 28
FU RN.HOUSE I.
April 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. ,On New York Ave. In Orange Park,

Lg. yard. 4> mi. from NAS $135. mo. WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
BOAT FOR SALE$200.00 10. Ideal Navy couple. 249- .
May -
14 Ft., MFG 30 h.p. Johnson Controls, Avail. 388.9886.FOR. : ...
Trailer tanks Call 388-4741 after 4:30: 0165 or :-t: o' INC.
., ""':
P.M. ". f ". : #.-.. ,
p "' '
RENT COOL The' month of April

STANDARD ROYAL TYPEWRITER Mobile home 2BR; pvt. lot Orange. usually brings warmer weather, .

Mint Condition PICA.MOD Like EL 440 New, New Park Couple preferred; Call 264 9487- but the days ..And nights may 1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH 't.,

Ribbon Cartridge. Brush Cover, still not be as pleasant as Karin TELEPHONE-SS11

Instruction Book. SlIS. 772-1441. ORANGE PARK Letter's attire might suggest.
2BR? Apt., AC, 5 minutes to NAS. Dress appropriately for springtime
Conv. to schools. Will rent to PAD weather.to aroid( a bother
NOBIESURFBOARD Bachelors. No lease
Personnel or
4 ft. 2 In., Excel Cond.. $165. New. 264-4884. some cold.
required.
Sacrifice for $75. 384-1778.

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Pinecastle "j. ""fOJt.vi'" .'.\,..;;." 1 "Flying Phantoms

r EnlistedsBat "',"
Plan 2nd Reunion


.1000 Jax -The"Flying Phantoms" of VP-18 are planning} a

h reunion May 19 at the FRA Branch 91 home 5391 Collins
Jax The Pinecastle ; : -Road.
; ------
Electronic Warfare Range J 1 The semi-formal( affair will United States monkeynautsAble
scored a perfect record include a social hour, buffet and Baker and were the
when it came time to apply, dinner and an all-occasion band first to spot astronaut Scott
for ADCOP and NESEP. for your dancing pleasure. Carpenter after his return from
a Before being decommissionedin space.
Two Pinecastle enlistedmen
VP-18 integral
M 1968 was an
TD2 Donovan D. part of the Jacksonville Navy During the squadron's 14-year
O'Brien and AC Gerald W. complex. The squadron had been existence, it won many awards
Laflen, applied for NESEP active in rescue operations, and commendations, includingthe
combat readiness exercises and Battle "E" for outstanding
and both were accepted. VIP VISITS "FOX DEN" RAdm. Garcia-Darreno (Left), Com surveillance patrols in the combat efficiency.To .
Linden A. Riley appliedfor manding General of Naval Base Rota, Spain, tours VP-S's Spaces at Caribbean area.
ADCOP, was.accepted, Rota with Cdr. Frank L. Wood lief.vP-s CO. RAdm. Garcia visited the The "Flying Phantoms" make reservations for the
and will work toward an NAS Jax homebased"Mad Foxes"to enhance mutual understanding successfully recovered the nose reunion, contact ADJC J.M.
between the Spanish and U.S. Navies discuss the squadron's missionin
Associate Degree at cone containing the first living Bodin at 771-1892 or FRA Branch
the Mediterranean and to see how the squadron accomplishes this
rocketed into
beings space by the 91, 264-9166.
Jacksonville University. mission while deployed to Rota.
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v 8 Buy Without Advertising You Wouldn't Know!
TRAILER HITCHES |
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I & TOW BARS iI { Savings T5

I: ::::::::::::::::::::::: :: 8Mft8t&t8EQUALIZER:: ::::: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-t::::::::::; YOUR FAMILYBICYCLE ..

HITCHES BondsJax HEADQUARTERS.: .. "

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I
-.The annual U. S. Savings
Bonds Campaign will be con

ducted from May 1 to June 1, .this.
year. .
The purchase of U. S. Savings
Bonds is "American as apple
.
pie." The offering of these U..S' c 5,
I Treasury certificates continues s

today, as in the past, to serve a
We Can Fit Any Make Auto or Truck! very important dual purpose to
Light Hookup thinking and responsible
Serving Entire West Jacksonville Americans everywhere. U. .S.
Savings Bonds help people help,
themselves to contribute .
UHAULA : significantly' to the preservationof S ,

sound financial economic I US
S
security in our country.The .
primary purpose of buying QUALITY BICYCLES
savings bonds is not to cash it as Completely Assembled for No Additional Charge
soon as you can, but instead, to ,
TRUCK & TRAILER RENTALS have.hold it as the best security you LAKE SHORE

"Formerly AI's Westside U-Haul"
Contact your local NFO
4807 BLANDING BLVD PHONE 771.5092 representative for the"How to" SCHWINN CYCLERY

(Next door to Putt-Putt) of a Savings Bonds plan. "We Sell the Best and Repair the Rest"
2108 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE 388.0412
1- .. ,
".' WE'VE ,'MOVED!II! "

J. TO 2101: :BLANDlN BkVfr

CORNER 0? Am.ETON AND BtAKDHiG. BvvD



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you ... .


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i in Green Cove Springs? ,

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: Factory Service THE AAMCO WRITTEN
} |..:, ::2 .p CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEE
'; No Costs This transmission has! been rebuilt by the licensed
Freight AAMCO
.'! ; .J ; Dealer
"
\tt : ., issuing this certificate, utilizing the AAMCO '"CAR

'A,(.,' :.., Quicker Delivery ? ...' 'i1J.: .,... transmission OWNERSHIP"and Assembly Set. This certificate guarantees the
torque
converter (If
your car has
: .; a torque
I' r : Bigger Selection ; converter) against failure( of material and workmanship. It will .
f be honored by licensed
S. any AAMCO Transmission Dealer for
I as
I '," long as you own this car, provided that It Is delivered to
/i Prices start at $3995 for brand licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer In the United States any
annually for service with In 30 days of the Service Date Indicated
(.:" new 2 bedroom furnished. below. The charge for annual service Is $13.75 payable at the
time of service, and It covers the replacement of transmission
fluid and all preventive adjustments.

I r FREE TOWING at no extra charge*ONE DAY SERVICE available in'most
cases a FREE 19 point Multi check
d "N
available If
necessary with approved credit. ..

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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 15
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Three. Eagles" HonoredFor



I UNIT AS Performance



Jax-Three VP-16 officers have been awarded medals
for their Performance of r
duty during their UNITAS III
Deployment to South America last summer. +
.. KcTr
LCdr. Don W. Medara
was deployment.Lt. .
Efficiency "E" this February. r'L
presented the Navy Com C. P. Bond, Maintenance LCdr. Ronald F. Testa will be
mendation Medal for outstanding Officer, and AFCM John awarded the Navy CommendationMedal
performance while serving as the Yaworsky, Maintenance Chief, at a later date for his
Officer In Charge during the first received the Navy Achievement service as Officer In Charge
half of VP-16's deployment.With Medal for their efforts in during the second half of UNITAS
maintaining their two P-3A
two flight crews and "Orion"aircraft in remote areas. III.The UNITAS exercise, in its
maintenance personnel under his thirteenth year,is conducted with
command, LCdr. Medara left The high degree of combat South American.armed forces tc _
here bound for Maiquetia, readiness which they were able to improve their antisubmarine
Venezuela in late July as the rest maintain was cited for con. warfare capability. VP-16 has TOP "DRAGON" SAILOR AE1 Robert U Westphal ,has been
of the "Eagles" prepared for a tributing significantly to the been chosen to take part in two of selected VP-56 "Sailor of the Year" for 1972. A former squadron
five-month Bermuda squadron earning the Battle the past three UNITAS exercises. "Honorman of the Quarter", Westphal has also been accepted for
ADCOP.


C1Mj We really don't mind being...


j ; No. 2 -. -

We had to try hard to get there. The public acceptancethat
helped us up the ladder to Number 2 position will

h .( L_' eventually make u... .
No. 1
LCdr. Medara Lt. Bond AFCM Yawonky
So we don't mind being No. 2 for now/
&& &&
J.. SEE LARRY KNIGHT OR JACK FITZPATRICK...
THE ATTIC8
Tdk stock
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inAmerica.' cOMING ROLL BOTTLE CLUB }. MARUN POOLS

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Buy US.Savings Bonds .'' ONLY eperson


Show 9PM 1AM,Food Served 9:30PM : .,
TICKETS ON SALE NOW! Lou Webber"YOUR
Dl IIC SKY Midnight Every Fr til*SAM Sat lwttDLUL ti

Modern Music at Its Best TIRE EXPERT"
6471 ROOSEVELT BLVD.(Just V mile north HAS Main Gate)
U Gives You FREE

4 Shocks Installed On

DEERSPR1NGSESTATES Your Car With The

...ATKEYSTONE Spring perm special! Purchase Of Any

HEIGHTS Choose from 2 great perms. _- 4 of these Tires ,- ./
MOBILE HOMES ITES Carefree lustrous body

CLYDE W. SIMPSON fc CO. and gentle curl. -

REALTOR 356-6849 "' POLYESTER
ody'perm
reg. $20.00, now only >$14.50'Custom' PolyesterCord '
Full 4 plyTubelen
perm

NAVY 'reg. $15.00, now only 10.00 Twin White

MON..TUES..WED.ONLY... Stripe
WIVES... ;; SUNSTREAKING 52012.99 .
/ (OR FROSTING: ) Reg.

OUR '36,000 MILE :
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CLIENTS GUARANTEEF78.14 ] :


NEEDYOUR 4 8995
: ,r F7B-I'S. FOR :
.3'.I.G7B14 .

NURSING SKILLYour i 4 99'95

G78-15. ", FOR '
free time can be turned Into
cash by part-time assignments In
hospitals, nursing homes and
private homes. Work when you H78. ,4 4 1 09955'.
fee want to for register.We as long. as you want. No L Cip 1:178-15: FOR ,

.. (c .(
are looking for. FREE

...."" fT( Color Rinse L78.14 119"9"5
Licensed 4
Registered Nurses
with this Adi'
J78-1S
Practical Nurses Aides y FOR ,

PLEASE CALL TODAY 354-5833 : R BEAUTY SALONSNORMANDY
Q9t3 STORES 1IOURSz a A.M..e'.M.INSTANT CREDIT WITH MOST MAJOR
MtttttlFERSMNfl CREDIT CARDS OPEN NIL NIOHTS ilL'I I I

e peoi MALL PHONE 786-3454 -= NORMANDY TIRE. CO.5354 ..--'- -(

SUITE 112 Lenox$t. Mal; Entrance MON THRU Ml t AM.9 PM .Hornaatfy Blvd. 381.5631 .
.
223 W.ADAMS ST. SAT.C AM S PM
WILLIAM G.READ,PRES. ,Walk in ,Service M B .
(Captain' USNR


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I t'I.. TEE TALK By Phil Falcone O.I-. JAX Du) SPORTS BRIEFSJAX



Jax Course markings always 2.:Trophies for winners and The NAS Varsity locked horns BOWLERS QUALIFY AT 6 ND '
make for good conversation and runner-ups with JU last week and came out

brings out many concepts and 3. Prizes for low net scores victorious 13 to 11.Low scores for Jax Two bowlers who represented NAS Jax at the
philosophies, most of them 4. Cookout and presentation our team were Bob Floyed and Championships
recent 6th Naval District 'Bowling
wrong, so here's the real dope. Sunday, May 6. Sign up at Pro Harry Hooker ((75s) and Skip
BLUE STAKES.......Ground Shop Murray took low honors for JU qualified to go to the South Atlantic Regionals at NAS
under repair with a 77 Norfolk. AW3 Gary Bentley of VP-24 finished sixth in the

WHITE STAKES........Out of May 12 and 19: men's individual competition with a 3417 total for 18
bounds (CC) Spring Cup Tourney; games while PHCS Micki Henderson of FICEUR

RED STAKES..Lateralwater .! finished fourth in the women's with a 3061 total.
hazard 1. 36: holes medal play with
YELLOW STAKES..Water handicaps ,<)}, Also, the Jax Women's team finished second in the

hazard 2. $2.00 entry fee. Sign up at Pro- {<::4: team competition with a 13,877 total to first place NTC
Coming Events Shop. -
Orlando's 15,015. Members of the women's team were
\?
Sunday, April 29: June 2-3, 9-10:
(A) Jax Navy Men's Golf Ass'n"SCRAMBLE" (CD) Men's Championship; fi'y't Micki Henderson, Lt. Kathy Kroll of Hospital, Lt ,(jg)
best ball of Margaret Rooney of Hospital, PH2 Dixie Duea of

foursome. A cookout will follow. 1. 72 holes Medal playChampionlow NATTC and PN1 Mary Ann O'Donnell of NATTC.
Sign up at Pro Shop. gross and net prizes.
'Saturday and Sunday, May 5-6. 2. $2.00 entry fee. ,
(en) Inaugural Mixed Two Ball People participating in tour- :
Championship; naments must have bonafide .' T-:,",>
9- 1. 36 holes Pinehurst $5.00 per handicaps.Intramural handicapswill : ': < The ComFairJax Bowling Tournament will
couple not be accepted. +
t' 1 at the NAS Jax Bowling
PLAYING every night is not only begin on Tuesday, May
I expensive,it takes'th e edge off the good Center. An organizational meeting for all team captainswill

T times. Why not limit your fun and fill be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in King Hall. The tour-

CIVIC MUSICThe in the off hours with some evening nament will begin at 12:30 p.m. A total of 18 games will

courses. Visit your Education office be rolled each day. For more information contact the
and like Julie Burt of Ft. Walton
Best Buy in Fine Music Beach, Fla., give it a whirl! Athletic Office at Ext. 3239.

44th Season's Program '73-74


"" Tun..Oct.I,IS7J WM,F....I.1974 HOUSE
EXTRA LARGE
AGNES DE MILLE'S NATHAN MILSTEIN
HERITAGEDANCE vtollnlit 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
I THEATRE CORAL
2 baths, 5 closets, separate makeup OF
Tim..Nov.C,1973 .FrLMar.l,1574GOLDOYSKY area separate dining area,
Central Air & Heat, patio '
ASHKENAZY
VLADIMIR swimming pool & party room. ; IMPORTS
GRAND OPERA THEATER pianist
prtttfitlni uccJnl's Also: Large 1.3 Bedroom + CUSTOM MADE
S
TO CA JEWELRY
264-8102
Thun.,Apt'4,174 CUTTING
FrU$ Jan.IS,1974 EVELYN LEAR,lIpr..o 1800 KINGSLEY AVE. JEWELRY REPAIR
DALLAS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA tnt
.', with duo-planlt THOMAS STEW ART,I.*.M DIRECTIONS: Between Standing; HOBBYCRAFTIt
WHITTMORE and LOWE da nertjIuU. Blvd & Orange Park. Minutes is Different. _
away via new I.295MOWSIISWIICOMID. the:!.Price I is Right!

Season Ticket $13.00 =t w III I

(General Admission) .

-------- --------""" May 1st
CIVIC MUSIC ASSOC. P :: 8th
I May
I P.O. BOX 5125 Jacksonville, FJa. 32207 MERRILL RD.

I Please send ..........................season tUketi@ $j 13.00 I. TIIE from Jacksonville
I check enclosed I II II .Cra"C' ,.across from

I Nome ...................................................,................... I the State Bank. .

.. I Address..................................................................... I Ic. '

.. I City,State& Zip ....................................................... ..Ii I Nautical' Charts ..Outriggers Nautical \\...., pay full price when
------------------ *Paints fish Boxes *Burgee Jackets :
*Hardware *Skns i Table' Wear tvl... :
*Repair Materials' *Accessories +Other Goodies can get it for less?

!i WET EXPERT STORAGE'MARINE ENGINE SERVICE HOISTS-HULL.OUTBOARD SERVICE'YACHT STERN,DRIVE NAVY FEDERAL
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS CANOES and TRAILERS
CREDIT UNION
PIER 17 MARINA INC. ;

ROOSEVELT BLVD at ORTEGA RIVER

I JacksowtlleJIorida I SALE
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PIP'
66 f'hl'*d Manna Phone 31746s? OPEN SUNDAY
BOATS,MOTORS;CANOES.
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... COMMENTS ON THE OUTDOORS >'
a "For the week of 16
April
By Dr.O.E.Frye Jr..Director I
,Game and Fresh Water Fish CommissionFour .
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decades ago, long before I "
the state. MAJORS
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the current Game and law enforcement programs. .
Fresh Water Fish Commission The outdoorsman, today, The professional integrityand ,' .. '
with ODC 6
any recreation CHIEFS 3.
to
was created by a referendumvote his perseverence have drawn '
success ( lack COKE 6 SUDDATH 4"
of the people of Florida or' thereof) has the attention of the other .J .
woodsman lamented an open door to the responsible environmental 'to MARINES ,. _! 9 NATTC 7(9( Innings. ))
a on the agencies,
persons, and SWD .... 8 WESTSIDE ..
lack of game as market can not the detriment of fish and ;,;.3
hunters reaped ,a massive only lament his failure to bag game operations. As dredges MARINES .y..w .",/; 6 NATTC ,4, .
a deer ODC '5 SWD
or brace '
a of ""I' 4
rabbits
of venison began moving into water 'IJ' '
harvest and other our "
he can demand and MARINES : 12 SUDDATH 9
meats.A expect ways, and highways criss '
game more and better NATTC ., 7 CHIEFS 5 ,
fresh water fisherman hunting con. crossed the state, and biological '" ;
sistent with the de. WESTSIDE. .16. COKE 15 '
growing ,
decried the reduction in the studies of non-game birds .. '-' '
mands for hunting opportun and animals became ..' .p', ;,., .".t : ,.
numbers of Bass and Bream necessary .
as netters and dynamiters ity.The the Game and Fresh ":.' ,,
fisherman .' MINORS
knowing Water Fish Commission was ",
scoured the lake bottoms to that his .
fill demands of restaurantsfor share license dollar buys a called upon. CREDIT UNION ,19 BILL, TERRY 10
in Florida's wildlife .
the Florida delicacies. ARMBEST 22 NARU !" 9
management practices, has a Game biologists were EASTERN AIRLINES 19 91'ERS .:'r ,.) .: 11
Three decades ago, place to air his grievances or drawn to study and report in MERCS 11 SUPPLY .'':'WIrS -',, f 8
through the referendum vote, voice his support, after a dayon detail on the possible deleterious '., :1" '
'CARTER'S PHARMACY 7 AIMD \ ) ''' 3
(which has since been reaffirmed the water. ,.
effects a new super high SUPPLY 8' EASTERN AIRLINES, SAIMD
twice when the subject
So the complaints and way could have on all aspectsof 6 91'ERS ,"3
of the Commissi'on'sautonomy
lamentations of years past the environment, not just MERCS 'n BILL TERRY 0 4
has come to the have brought the sweet taste the effects on,the game population FARMBEST 3 CARTER'S PHARMACY "10
voting state) the Florida of success to the sportsman, CREDIT UNION 15 NARU ,..lf.i"5
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I : '. r CECIL SPORTS ,: Rod and Gun .


,; By DTC J. D. Brewster

i Club NewsPictured

SOFTBALL slot. High series were rolled by

r In the seasons curtain raiser, Romeo Walden ((540-224)).{ Irv

t. VA-105 nipped VA-45 6-5. Logan "The Blackshoe" Austin ((535
banged out 3 hits and Corley.2 for 181-180-174)); Frank Nagel ((526-

the winners. Downey was the 190); Al Copeland ((525,191-185)); 1' CL.

winning pitcher. Kordek ((513, 183-175)); Georgia.
VC-2 scored 10 runs in the 2nd MacLeod ((510 198-176)); Dick

inning en-route to a narrow 11 10 Geselbracht ((507,194-177)); Angel

win over VA-15. A 5 run outbreakin David ((505, 188-177)); Marvin
the 7th frame by VA-15 fell one Taulbee (504 181-1720; Angel
tally short. Craig of VA-15 led all David ((505 188-177)) and Jim DTC Brewster

hitters with 3 hits. Doole took.the Tyler ((501-202)). Bob Samu rolleda

win.Kinch 220 game Jim Harris a'214 and Cecil Sports
of VA-105 whiffed 10 Lito Devera a 209. Ron Bowman

batters and issued but 3 hits as also had a 209 game. Jim Writer To RetireChief
his team blanked VA-174, 8.0. "Consistency' Pedigo has a 141- ,

VA-45 turned back Ops 7 5. 141-135 set. Standings: Dental Technician J.D.
.
Sikes of VA-45 struck out 9 batters CPO 11-1 Brewster will retire from the U.S. '1

,but suffered several streaksof AIMD Staff 10-2 Navy this April 30th after com-
above L to R LTJG F.J. Rod and Gun Club
wildness Jim Beasley and BOQ : 8-4' pleting 30 years of active service : Moreau/
President W.F. XO at NAS Cecil Field and LCDR
Captain
Collins hit safely twice for VA-45. Marines .- 8-4 and 3 years of service as sports Quarg
J.L. Sullivan,past president the Rod and Gun Club.
Sikes also had a homer. Dental :. 8-4 writer for the Latwinger

The VA-174 slowpitch squad Communications 8-4 On behalf of the staff of the ,, r<, ..'. >"#' ,.-. ''i
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.,.., S smashed NAMTD, 13 6. AIMD No.1 -.l ,S-7 Latwinger and those many ;;. :: .... ,_ :: :
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t. Loewenguth homered for the NWSED S 5-7 devoted followers of your '
"Hellrazors"* The winning pitcher Admin 5-7 descriptive and colorful prose
'Ii was Nicholas while Tiny Medical 5-7 dealing with the athletic '

A Tim Thompson suffered the loss. CLAW-1 '4-8 prowness of the mighty men of .

GEMD '., 3-9 Cecil Field, we thank you and
The Marines blanked Medical
Weapons *;, 3-9 wish you good sailing in your new
10 0. Yellow Waters finest *
VA-45 1-11
showed a stingy defense and an career.

Williams explosive was batting the winning attack.pitcher Free "Suns" Tickets AvailableField

.Racehorse Donaldson of the
Marines had the dubious The FrIday'night game bet- approximately 2500 com

distinction of becoming the first ween the Jacksonville Suns and plimentary tickets to the game.
slowpitch strikeout casualty of Montgomery will be played in The tickets, which are F R E E
the season. honor of the Jacksonville Navy and will admit a family, are

VA-174'took VA-86 into camp bya man and his family. currently available in the Special
"Navy Day"at Wolfson Park is Services Office 4.
16.4 margin. Nichols won his Bldg. barbecue constructed
View of the new pit by members of the Cecil
the means that the Jacksonvillesuns
2nd game of the season. Swaneyof Field Rod and Gun Club.
in with the
conjunction
the Hellrazors had an inside-
Prudential Company, have takento If you have nothing planned for Dedication of a covered barbecue by all station personnel.In .
the-park homer. say Well Done to the this weekend, why not stop into pit was performed as a other' news,officers elected

Jacksonville Naval Communityfor Special Services for your complimentary part of the "End of the Hunt" during the April meeting of the
BOWLINGCoNational being good neighbors and ticket, and then planon Barbecue held at Lake Newmanon Cecil Field Rod and Gun Club are

League: The friends.. ItPrudential taking the wife and kids,or the Saturday, 14 April 1973. as follows: .
CPO's took over the top.spot with and the Suns have girlfriend.out to see the Suns play Materials..?and labor for the President LTJG F. J. Moreau1st
the AIMD Staff occupying the 2nd made available to NAS, Cecil this Friday,April.A uniform structure were donated by the Vice President Ken Holt '
not required for admission members of the Cecil Field Rod 2nd Vice President Thomas
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and Gun Club.Captain Henry

WESTSIDE TOYOTA I INC.JACKSONVILLE'S W. F. Quarg, NAS -Secretary Al Tanner
These tickets are available to Cecil Field Executive Officer Treasurer Bernie. Howarth

/ NO I 1 QUALITy 1 1I. all Civil Service and dependentson "cut the ribbon" officially accepting Appointment' of Standing
the base. the structure for the use Committee Chairmen will be

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---. .. .. JAX AIR NEWS.LATWING6R PAGE" 1.9,


Kicnard. O'Neill Rolls 256 Game ; Intramural


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BuschJax Leaguers Stop Rat Pack Standingsdings t


Richard O'Neill rolled a last week
with three wins tie for first place in the Con "
and a,619 series for his
256 game over the Chiefs. The main Atlantic League
tinental League with the Pin AMERICAN LEAGUE
Busch Leaguer team in the reasons for their wins The Lifers took advantage of
were Busters last week when they took "W' L
National Bowling League and Harold Foster's 225 and NarJax No. l's three losses to (he .
game 583 '
four from the Eagles No. 2 team NARJAX No.1 7 1
unknowingly kept the Rat Pack set and Jack McCarley's 222 and FICEUR CPO No. 2 team last '..
out of first place by handing them 576 set. while the Pin Busters were week in the Atlantic League by VW-4 6 1 .'
managing three wins from the FICEUR 6 2 :
three losses. Dan Castanova The second place Trailblazers winning all four from Good and
Marine .
rolled a 205 and Alan Sitzer a 209 with Larry Taylor's 531, pacing Barracks. Bad and in the process they VP-24 6 '', 2 --,
Leading the for the SUPPLY 5 3
for the Rat Pack's one win. the way, managed to take three way moved into a tie for first with
Leprechauns were Billy Smith GEMS 4th 3'h
While the Rat Pack was losing games from the CHAMECHS. NarJax. /;"' .
with games of 206 and 214 and a MATSG 4' 4' ;
three Six Pack was winning all Mike
Hansen's 500 set also '
587 set and Tom Miller with a 204. 'ADMIN 234' 4'h
four from Flap Jax with the aid of contributed to the winning Paul Plaza and Mike Connor led The third place FICEUR CPO No. AIR OPS 2 6

a 200 from Larry Bronson. margin, thus keeping the the Pin Busters with games of 204 1 team lost three games to CAG- AFEES 2',6
These two matches then set the Trailblazers at an even pace with and 202 respectively. 20 and as a result CAG-20 movedto VP-45No.2 2 :, 6
stage for a match between Rat the first place Hurricanes. within one.game of their third y
The Help team stayed only two NWSF 1 6
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Pack and Six Pack and at'stake The Eagles No.team were big games behind the two league place spot. J', ,

was first place in the National winners last week with a sweep leaders but could have moved to ',' ;J;, (,l; _
League. The Commodores, who from the that The VP-45 and VP-16 CPO .
Pop Tops was made within one if it hadn't been for the NATIONAL LEAGUE"\ :'
had claimed first for several possible by Ron Garren's teams fared well last week with
221 and Super Stars third big win of the '-' ":4e. :} "':
weeks were idle last week and it Dan Neuman's VP-45 taking four from the WL, j
218. year. Their one loss gave them ",';"' 7:1t'5. .
Six Pack and Rat Pack Also Trippers and VP-16 taking four NDRC :' 1
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gave finding last week the distinction of being only thethird ;11'- ":
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chance to catch up. As it turned profitable were the Bees with team to lose a game to the from the Busch Buds. Casimiro FAW-ll ' 5 2

out they not only caught up but three wins from Commissary Super Stars. Perez was VP-45's leader with a VP-45 MARTD No.1 r. ,..4 4.:." ,"; 2 1 ....
passed the Commodores and also Store; ADCOP with three over The fourth place Hawks took 200 game while VP-16 was led by ;I"; ,

opened the door for Top Five to UnCola,inspite of Leona Trojan's three in their match with the the 200 game of Don Brown and, NARJAX AIMD No.2 '4 4rj3'<-::' ;';!'2 2
climb.above.them. 208 for UnCola and ADPERS with the aid of the .203 of Howard Holloweg.The '
; Eagles No.3 team HOSPITAL :t2 ;,;> j 2
When the Rat Pack and Six with two wins from the Late a 214 from Don Hannem. VP-16 '2trt '4

Pack match was over, Rat Pack Chargers. Also, the Boozers took four only other match in the MARINE BKS, 2,1\ ,. 5
had won four and moved into first from the Grouches and Neil league last week saw NarJax No. WEAPONS 0 '\'": :. 4
a game ahead of Six Pack. Pacific League Bowman rolled a 209 to lead the 2 take four from FASOTG even 679th 0 7
Harold Ross led their rise to first The VP-45 No.1 team rolled Chasers to a sweep from though Richard Cone rolled a 203
when he rolled games of 202 and two matches in the Pacific Hospital. for FASOTG.

220 and finished with a 593 set. League last week, won seven --- ----
His teammates Dan Castanovaand games and moved into a tie for

Joe Farley contributed first with the Splitmakers, who S !

games of 219 ,and 210 respectively won four. lit en fi et i i35 Standing Boulevard,
Four of their wins came In a House of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center]
Top Five also took advantageof sweep of the Cherry Pickers that Phone 771-W23

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half games of first and a third Nelson rolled a 210. Their other STEAK Your choice of
place position at a half game three wins came at the expense of CHICKEN & :

ahead of the former league FUBARS.The $199 794
leading Commodores. Splitmakers did all they DUMPLINGS or

Radar 17 had a big week last could to hold off VP-45 when they NIGHT CHOPPED STEAK

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Other league action saw The Bean Burners took four

FICEUR 5 take four from Flap from the WOXOFS, FUBARS
Jax with Phil Weise rolling a 201 took four from the Batmen in
for the winners and Wilbert their second match of the week

Leapline rolling a 202 for the and AFEES took three from the ...
losers; and GEM,took four from Gutter Rats in other Pacific ..; ". ....

Women's Lib. League matches played last :;

American League week. "-; ; ,; :
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Annapolis-Bobby Bayliss got varsity locker room. They FICEUR 5 FAW.11 ''6
.' I his introduction to Navy tennis on distribute posters throughout the NATIONAL. LEAGUEs HOSPITAL ,, ,, 0 ''MATS; ., '." '. -:" ;'m '.f, 9 ;
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r- a raw April day in, 1969. The community and,oh the day of the \ L AIMD .8 VP-49 c. :: : 'i:>, .r,9
t midshipmen, he recalls, slipped match, one member drives FICEUR 9 0FAW.11 FICEUR 2 VP:16: >: r ': 10 ,
past Dartmouth 5-4 before a around town with a cartop poster J' f",5 4 VW-4 0 'MATSG. 'I ;J1' '
(. crowd of "eight or ten people." advertising the afternoon's o p. MARTD r", ., ,4 3 HOSPITAL" 0 FAW11 : ,<':', ...,/r.',,,, ,._,::5',' <
Dartmouth visited again ponent. They sponsor an annual MATSG" ,4. 3 : '
t recently. Attendance, and the cookout for the incoming Plebe NA'ITC ,4 4 Slow Pitch : ': ;: :. .-:,_,
;r., quality of the Navy tennis, were tennis players and their parents HOSPITAL ',",,4 J' '.5 : :0' ,:" :-'::i.f 't., ; ,
: both up as the Midshipmen rolled How has the increased level of SUPPLY '2' ; 7 MATSG VP-24uB' <:\ ., ;
6
; 8-1 before a large, and enthusiastic interest helped turn Navy into a FAW-l1 -1 '7 WEAPONS ,',t!':<,.81
t turnout. tennis Lion? DENTAL 8 FICEUR ; ,: .,,-:,, 11. !
The spiraling tennis attendance I think our young men feel AMERICAN, LEAGUE VP-24"A" 5 NDRC :' ... .\.9
t Bayliss says, i is the appreciated," Bayliss points out, 'w L NDRC mth. '- 19
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handiwork of the Navy Tennis "and that's certainly important. WEAPONS .,. 6 1 VP-49 '9 AFEES ,.' : 'H'19
Boosters'Club, an organization They know it matters to someone VP-16 I, -.\, 'J. 6 2 COMMUN 3 NWSF '. .. ;,, ; ., ':': <';:f 10
formed in the spring of 1970 to else whether they win or lose. NARJAX 5 2 VP-4S l':.- < .. '. ', ,".;'J R',12'
stimulate interest in the Everyone in enough of ham to VP-45 ; '' '
a 4 3 :'' : :
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Academy's net program. "The appreciate playing in front of a NARF 2 5 .t. ; '
boosters," Bayliss says, "have big crowd. Even more than that, VW-4 2 6 : Standings :. ;;., ," _, .- .
had a considerable influence on out players can identify with the NDRC 0 7 ; : J ..-r"> 'f,; ., ,'. "
our success in winning matchesand crowd. They know these peopleare AMERICAN LEAGUE ,SLOW PITCH? ; ') ,
attracting top caliber,tennis pulling for them. In a way, ': Jo", W.L NATIONAL LEAGUE ,;:,.:w,
j it players to the Academy." it's like their own parents are D GSE .I ,2' 0 W.. i.:.'.. L
:to Playing in local tournaments. watching." NDRC ;' 2 1 MATSG ,2 .: .:.z.i-o;
IIf Bayliss found "an interest in The Midshipmen's ap VP-49 ..' 1 0 COMMUN ..2', ", 0
tennis and the Naval Academy"that preciation of the Boosters and VP-24 "A" 1 0 VP-45 <' "1
it seemed to him, could vice versa has certainly been 679th 1- 1 MARTD x 111 4 !-I
spawn an organization like the fanned by back-to back seasonsof DENTAL I, ,1 VP-24"B" ; ,. 1.
one at the University of Florida, 16-3 and 19-5, Bayliss' current AFEES 0 1 SUPPLY0 :'iry, ;; 1
so successful prospective edition is 8-2 and has been beaten WEAPONS 0 2 FICEUR 0 2
members have to serve time on a only by defending Eastern NWSF 0 2 NARJAX 0 0
waiting list. champion Columbia ((9-0)) and --- -
There is as yet no waiting list Harvard (5-4),last year's League
+' for the Navy Tennis Boosters' runnerup.

Club but the membership has put mink win
; its unmistakeable stamp on the
i'; net program at the Academy.
f "We have stands that hold 500-( Intramural
600 people and there are no seatsat
'. a lot of the matches," Bayliss Tennis
enthuses."We've had as many as
Standings .
,? 1,000 people see some of our
: matches."The start, in 1970, was .'w f L
modest but the early Boosters VW-4 5 0
"did come out and they brought VP-45 4 : .. .0 J 1
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their kids and their neighbors." HOSPITAL 4' 1
: The Boosters have contributed NDRC 3 ?:, 1
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} in other ways as well. They help NATTC 3': 3

t: finance a special publication, the ..VP-1, :;;2 -,: 3 -
'i Navy Tennis Boosters' Guide, NARJAX --', .,r' '
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# which previews the season and FICEUR 1 ''' 3
k offers profiles of Navy's individual FAW-11 1 4

players. They have VP-24 0 3 plan a winning night (URACE8 sAT RD
donated a refrigerator for the MATSG 0 4 'YI.30

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