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




I Navy Relief Drive Behind Last Year's Pacei',



Jax .Reports received through Wednesday morning from 36 of 65 par- ..', -. '

I ticipating commands totalled$11,260.53 for the 1973 Jacksonville Auxiliary, Navy -

Relief Society fund raising drive. ." ..:i.f: .: :

VI am concerned about the slow Commander' Reserve Carrier Squadron 56,Patrol,Squadron 62 .
response,"' Capt. R., C, Air Wing-20 of NAS Jax achieved 'and the Hurricane Hunters of ": :
O'Loughlin, drive chairman, 160 percent of their objective witha VW4. ":
said, "particularly the number of $48 donation made before the The Woodpeckers of VP-49 are : ", f '
commands who have not even campaign's kick-off meeting. setting the pace in the Patrol '.-, ':.t"
reported." three weeks ago. Squadron community with 68 '-:-.' ;.}
"We're behind last year's pace/' Other commands meeting or percent of their suggested, goal. -. ':'::1
,he added, "and chairmen and exceeding their recommendedgoal Cecil Field commands which '.;" ,
keymen are going to have to include the staff of Com- have filed reports are the staff,
make that extra effort'to get the mander Air Wing 3, of NAS Cecil Commander Light Attack Wing 1, 'f,
job done. We know people will Field, Disease Vector Ecology Marine Barracks, Attack
give if they're asked." Control Center, Marine Air Squadron 15, Attack Squadron 37, .
Campaign officials hope this Reserve Training Detachment, Attack Squadron 82, Attack
year's drive will match or better Marine Barracks' and the Squadron 86, Attack Squadron
l last year's record of more than Hydrographic Center, all of NAS 105, and Fleet Composite ,,',.
$50 000. Squadron 2 Detachment Cecil
< Jax.Other
NAS Jacksonville Field.
,Top dollar contributor is NAS
commands which filed reports The Naval Reserve Officer
Glyhco and tenant commands, .
! who report donations of $2,648.22. include 'the staff CommanderFleet Training Unit at the University of
Tenants at Glynco include a AIr Wing II, CommissaryStore Florida is the only unit of about 10
Drug Rehabilitation base that has madea ic
'Naval Air Technical Training not on a Navy
Center, FASOTRAGURLANT, ... L # ,
Center with a Marine Aviation report to campaign .. ip'
Support Training Group, Com- Marine Aviation Training Sup- headquarters. ..... ....
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Office
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Training Squadron
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made loans and gratuities
Medical Center, Naval AirTechnical
The Naval Air.R work'Facility Training 'Center, totalling;more than $146,000 last Armed Forces Baitt
:;y':: 'NAS Jax Js fops percentaifirwise! Patrol, .Squadron ,16, Patrol year alone. The'figure; has{ 'been. ;
',' .,.Squadron 24, Patrol uadfon' 45, more.than.,$5 million Navywideeach
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,, Patrol Squadron 49, Patrol ,of:the:past:decent, '.years.% '
/ o.-- Slated For June ., :t tf" .

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Peddle Power Pushes Pair I w .
Jax -.The Annual USO Armed, FREE activity. ,
Forces Ball is scheduled for Miss National Teenager S
.. Saturday,June 2,at 8 p.m. in the Sharon McLarty, will be the .
To NAS Jax World Record Prudential Insurance, :Building. special guest. Since being
The.Ball will be formal (coats selected for the honor last fall,

:;. Jax David Martin and Scott Parcel arrived here last week from Moun- and ties) and all USO volunteerswill she has traveled,50,000 miles as

r,tainview, Calif to visit the Naval Hospital, the place,where David was born. be in formals.Entertainment, refreshmentsand an teenager.ambassador During of her today's reign ,F

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..- '1 : The two teenagers didn't' spend distance record for a tandem Education through their school's live music by 'Three's A Sharon has met with ,many .{

.. ,.4. any,money on gas,, during their bicycle, but will add thousands of independent study system. Crowd"will all be included in thisSharon overnment leaders, including
o trip;however.They peddled their miles more to it before returning Their parents are paying for President Nixon, and has addressed :.,.
15jpeed tandem bicyle all the home. From Jacksonville, ,the expenses, which'include the $300 the Georgia Senate and
way. pair will head for Maine and then French tandem bicycle with $500 c n House. .'j!
Both 'high, school sophomores, start on the return trip via worth of modifications. The She has made many guest'
they left the Golden Gate Bridge Canada. bicycle has three braking appearances for charities ;
. In ..February ,and have been Scott and David will receive systems and disc brakes on the .N through personal visits,radio and
traveling the country's southern high school credits in U.S. back wheel. Their equipment television since being crowned t

perimeter ever since. They have History, English, Photography includes tools, .bicycle parts,. Miss National Teenager and
already broken ,the world and..of course..Physical sleeping bags, a tent, a camera presented her oral presentationon
-...... and a change of clothes. "What's Right About

0 1 Distance covered,per day has America"to the National Councilof '
varied from 70 to 170 miles per orb k,, the USO. !
day with 'an average of 80-90. In addition to the musical ,
Their longest day on the road entertainment, USO' junior '
lasted 14 hours, including lunch PP volunteers from the Jacksonville .."
breaks. Beach USO, will perform pan- ,
tomine skits and dance routines. !
.s Surprisingly, there have been Miss USO of Jacksonville and a'

y 5 few difficulties along the way. ,runner-up will also be named' l
The, youths' most anxious Mclarty during,the festivities.
a.g moments came in Arizona when iI

and they accused were picked of being,up by runaways.the police | See You Friday '| I

\4'C. That problem was solved when a .
igL / call to David and Scott'sparents .'.r
;/) convinced the authorities to let Jax Due to the long 'Memorial Day Weekend, next
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l -t the boys continue on their 1200- week's issue of the Jax Air News will be in your hands on .
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> 't 'I J mile journey. FRIDAY ,rather than Thursday. '
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Deadline for submission of articles, pictures, etc will
,. it. David spend the first two yearsof '
his life here while his father, be noon Wednesday. :
\. .TAKING A BREATHER, David Martin (Left: ) and Scott parcel Dr. Howard Martin worked at The Jax Air News wishes all our readers a fun-filled "
rest their heels at the Naval Hospital before taking off on another leg ,',
the Naval Hospital. and SAFE holiday weekend.,
mile bicycle trip.
(their 12.000 'f
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Fried Eggs to
Spiced Beets, Salad Bar, Brownies, Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice -
I .. Butterscotch Pudding. of Ham or Pork Sausage, Pastry Bar. i i,
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BREAKFAST, Hominy :Grits Chilled, Fried PineappleJuice Eggs to Snowflaked Fried Chicken Potatoes, Cream, Gravy rn w ;
Cranberry
Order, Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Sauce, Corn Bread Dressing, Boiled '
Friday,May 25 Whipped Potatoes Corn Fritters, French Toast, Choice of Ham or Pork Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Greens m mw
BREAKFAST' Chilled Grapefruit Boiled BlacKeyed Peas, Buttered Sausage, Lyonnaise Potatoes, Pastry Salad Bar Apricot Pie Chocolate
Juice, Hot. Oatmeal, Chilled Green Beans, Salad Bar, Martha Bar. Pudding.
Aprlocots. Fried Eggs to Order Washington Cream Pie, Brownies. BRUNCH rat 10 a.m. Split Pea Soup, SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham. NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Choice of SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joes on Grilled Beef Burgers. French Fried burgers or Cheeseburgers
Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked Hamburger Buns, French Fried Potatoes, Salad Bar, Strawberry Tomatoes, French Fried Sliced
Beans, Yankee Style Corn Bread, Potatoes, Salad Bar, Relish Tray, Short Cake, Peanut Butter Cookies. Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Dill Potatoes, Sunday
Pickles, Divine 1:30
Worship a.m.
SUPPER Braised Pork Slices
Pastry Bar.DIN"NER Dessert Bar., or Mustard ,
: Beef Barley Soup, Baked SUPPER BaKed Meat Loaf, Tnmato Baked Chicken & Rice, Buttered Egg Dessert Bar.SUPPER Catsup. Salad Dressing, at All Saints Chapel
Virginia Ham. Cream Gravy, Gravy. Parsley Buttered Potatoes, Noodles, Buttered Brussles Sprouts, : Fried Church School 9:30: a.m.
Shrimp or Fried Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
Cream Style Corn Salad Bar, Peanut Ham
1 I. "I Cookies, Cherry Jello. Fried Steaks, Seasoned Green Beans, All Saints Chapel.
M HMHMMHHBMi BHHB HHWIHBeaHeaBI Cabbage,
Parsley Buttered Junior Youth Fellowship
Sunday,May 27
JTAX AIR NEWS Potatoes, Cocktail Sauce, Salad
BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato Autumn Bar, 12:30 p.m. Senior Youth
Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Delight Cake, Apricot Pie. Fellowship 1:30 p.m.

Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Wednesday,May 30 Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
The JAX AIR' NEWS. I It a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper French Toast Choice of Bacon or BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange Juice, at the Small Chapel.'

distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Luncheon Meat, Baked Beans, Hash Hot Farina Fried Eggs to Order,
Jacksonville;. Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. French Toast 'w.Syrup, Choice of Tuesday
BRUNCH Chicken Bacon or Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
: Noodle Luncheon
Soup Meat,
private f irm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Creole Spaghetti, Garlic Bread, Salad Beans, Southern Style Cor Bread Baked, p.m at Bldg. 750 and
must be forwarded to the Public Affair Office Box 2. NAS Bar, Lemon Meringue Pie, Chocolate Pastry Bar.oDlNNERt. Christian Science Service 1

Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Cookies. Cream of Potato Soup, p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Items are welcomed' from ad sources. Telephone-772-3118 SUPPER: Breaded Veal Steaks or Stuffed Pork Chops Brown Gravy,
or 3113. Fried Fish Sticks, Brown Gravy, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, NAVALHOSPITAL
Snowflaked Potatoes, Simmered Seasoned Mixed Vegetables? OkraJ. .Divine Worship 10a.m. at
"Everything advertised in this publication must. be made Sauerkraut, Buttered Green Beans, Tomato Gumbo, Salad Bar Coconut St. Lukes,
Tartar Sauce, Salad Bar, Lemon Cream Pie, Applesauce
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available Cake.
without
for purchase, use or patronage regard to ,
Meringue Pie, Chocolate kles. SANDWICH LINE NATTCProtestant
race, creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser Monday,May 21 Potato Chips, Salad : Bar Chill ChOPPed Dogs, Worship

user, or patron. confirmed violation or rejection of this BREAKFAST Chilled GrapefruitJuice Onions, Dessert Bar. Service, 10:30 a.m. In

policy 01 equal opportunities by an advertiser will result (n the Fried. Eggs to Order, Griddle SlPiRBlta'ian' Spaghetti w.Meat Building 500. ,
/iuaI r to print advertising from that source." Cakes w Syrup, Choice of Grilled Ravioli Parmesan Cheese, CATHOLICSaturday
Bacon or Pork Sausage, Hashed Garlic Bread, Buttered Brussels

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. SUA' Salad Bar, Chocolate Pud Mass 5 p.m. at
BRUNCH at 10'a.m. Chicken ,
Noodle Pie.Thursday. St. Edward's Chapel.
such should be
concerning directed
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Grilled Hamburgers
Soup ,
French Sunday Mass a.m. and1.
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Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked May 31 ,
THE HOLT BREAKFAST a m Dally Mau-Monday
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SUPPER i Roast Turkey, Choice *
Cream Ham or Mass 11:30 a.m. at
Telephone 387-3546 Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, Bread DINNER, MnSar0e'. Pastry Bar. t me Naval Hospital Chapel.
Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Texas steaks, Soup Grilled Saturday Confessions 4:30:
|L MAY 24, 1973 VOL. 31 NO. 10 | Green Beans, Whole Kernel Corn, Baked Potatoes Mushroom Gravy, to S p.m.I .
.".,. Salad Bar, Sugar Cookies, Cherry Pie Style Corn, Fried Buttered Cream
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Services
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;\, > :jax-Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) Branch 91, as $'i4 i .4;
well as other members of the Jacksonville Veterans 0 '"0 .
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; Patriotic Observation Committee (VPOC) will honor the V. NARUi

memory of departed comrades during the Memorial
; Day weekend. Jax-Capt.R.G.Hanecak,Chief
of Staff of the nation's Naval Air
; VPOC and FRA Branch 91 will conduct Memerial Reserve Force, conducted an

Services at Evergreen Cemetery Monday at 4 p.m. The Administrative-Material Inspection
; Master of Ceremonies will be Arthur A Slocumb, NAS (ADMAT) of.NARU and

;: Jax Service Information Officer, and ,Capt. William G. its associated squadrons last

Sizemore, NAS Jax; CO,will be the featured speaker. weekend.The 'Captain and a special

FRA Branch 91 will also conduct Memorial Day inspecting team composed of 40 r ."

services at the branch home, 5391 Collins Road, ,on Naval officers, Chief Petty Officers ,
Sunday starting at 1 p.m. Snacks will be served after the ;: lA and .Federal) Employees ." '
service. evaluated the overall per
11 YEARS OF SAFETY are recognized as Capt. William J. Vaught, formance of the Reserve Unit .
FRA Branch 126 will hold memorial services Sunday (Left) COMFAW-11, reads a citation from COMNAVAIRLANT with its more than 1,800 r
I at 1 p.m. at the Jacksonville Memorial Gardens, 8400 commending 81,000 accident free flight hours VP-49 has compiled "Weekend Warriors"0 from r
block of Blanding. Chaplain Boyer from NATTC will be since March 1962.Jerry Funderburk (Right)accepted the award. throughout Florida and South

guest' speaker. The public and shipmates are invited. a Georgia.The .
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inspection Included

: JO WC Sets LuncheonJaxThe I NARF Honor Roll demonstrate designated the areas performance which: of .f

the Naval Air Reserve Units and
its Force VA-203 and
squadrons, f
Jacksonville Officers luncheon. Candidates for office
Jax-Sustained Superior Hampton, Harold L. Long,
Wives Club has scheduled a include: VPIn carrying out their t
luncheon May 30 at the NAS Jax President,Jackie Howard (VP- Performance Awards Clarence H. McCall, assigned, mission. and task. i]
Officers Club. VP-24 VW-4 and 24)) and Nancy Talton (VP-56)); have been presented Harold M. Palmer Saturday night a'banquet:was I
Oakleaf Hospital will serve as 1st Vice President, Carol Smith recently to the following Also, Samuel A. Partin, held.,in honor of the Inspecting '|
hosts.A (NARU) and Debbie Leslie NARF employees by Capt.A. Jesse A. Rhodes; Ralph J. team ,with Mr WM,: Doeschler, f
social hour will start at 11:30 (FICEUR); 2nd Vice President, J. Yates, NARF CO: Schwartz, Howard A. President. of the' focal Navy I.
a.m.and lunch will follow at 12:30 Nancy Robbins (VP-5)). Other League Chapter, : as guest; '
nominations will be taken from Dewey Boyd, RaymondB. Scott, H.A. Siemann, speaker. :

p.m.Also scheduled for the the floor for the office of 2nd Vice Bragg, Ralph D. Clark, George R. Starling, A final brief on the outcome of

gathering are a fashion show and President. James W. Creecy, Rosalee Stroud, CarmelaT. the inspection was,held Monday I
presentation of checks from the Leonard R. Davis, Ralph Truitt and Jesse E. afternoon before the inspectionteam
JOWC to Red Cross,Navy Relief, Recording Secretary, Beth Godwin, Ernest H. Wright. left for NAS Glenview, HI.JACKSONVILLE .
Girl Scouts and Brownies. Capt. Powell (VP-16)) and Carol Kane .,

William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax (FICEUR) ; Corresponding ._ ____..._____ SMOST EXCLUSIVE &OTTLE CIUB'WHAT'S ..
CO, will also receive a gift. Secretary, Helen Crowe (VW-4), ONE'388-8535 i
The slate for the new officers Linda Mitchell (VP-24) and Pat I I II NEW?? -

during the coming year will be Frame (NAS); Treasurer, Pat I 0&: i
presented and voted on at the Watson (COMFAIRJAX) and I I Itffi ii
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NEWS
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Squadron
I ,Iworn In for SIX more years on 21
WKSBSAROUND
i CECILI 1973 in ceremonies held
I, aboard USS JOHN F. KEN.

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CDR John F. Donahue, Commanding Officer of VA-72. The squadron is w W" ,'/
currently deployed aboard USS JOHN F. KENNEDY. rOn
I 10 April 1973 LTg| Bob Freeman (right) was augmented i Ito the
h i LCDR Hal Baker, VC-2
regular Navy. Performing the ceremonies was
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In reenlistment ceremonies recently aboard USS INTREPID (CVS- ff rev,1 L 1r

11)) CDR R. Alvarez, Officer in Charge, VA-45 DET-1, took great i)1)
pleasure in reenlisting Senior Chief Robert Waggy (left), and Petty

years.Officer Second Class Steven W. Whaely. Both men..- reenlisted for SIX x



Open for your convenience 8 a.m.-JO n.m. LTg| G. A. Smith of VA-37 received the Jim Morin Award from A01' Calvin E. Bowers was

Captain D. F. Mow, COMLATWINGONE. LTJg Smith was recognizedfor recently awarded .the. Navy
Q PICKUP & DELIVERY his'outstanding performance as a replacement pilot with VA174.lOWSIISWtlCOMIO Achievement Medal for his

D ROAD SERVICED 7 service in Vietnam. Bowers

MECHANIC ON DUTY contributed heavily' to the efficiency

D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CPS and operational
I TIIE 6 readiness of Helicopter Attack
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BOB'S OAK HILL Attack Squadron FOUR while
S GIFTS operating with South Vietnameseunits
in armed conflict
uninSERVICE Nautical: !l Chart Outriggers Nautical U>.., engaged
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Paints Fish Boxes *Burger Jackets
*Hardware sSkiis Table Wear .VII'o.U
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103rd& Jammes Rood Phone 771-9156 SEE THE NEWEST BOATS MOTORS. CANOES n4 TRAILERS

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transmission has been. rebuilt by the licensed AAMCO watch you can wear.To MV. V' IWlmmlnG% POOL
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OWNERSHIP" Assembly Set. This certificate guarantees the RnD

transmission and torque converter (if your car has a torque THE GOOD LIFE: .
converter) against failure of material and workmanship. It will start with, no hands. '--".
be honored by any licensed AAMCO T Transmission Dealer for as Two revolving satellites !/'''! r, FRom $120.
and a fiery-red moon tell //j !I
you
long as you own this car, provided that It Is delivered to any the hour, minute and seconds .a Ssr e
licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer In the United States The famous Zodiac Swiss % i Villa
annually for service with In 30 days of the Service Date indicated 17 jewel SST (Split Second Road
below The charge for annual service Is,'$13.75 payable' at the :Timing) movement coat0 2045 Jammes Jack.
from
time of service, and It covers the replacement of transmission. Guaranteed not to lose or \0 mInutes "
gain more than a minute each ,Out ROOeveB'vd.
fluid and all preventive adjustments. month.. sonvUle. on San
f-wlnding.stanless! or Right
FREE TOWINO at no extra charge*ONE DAY SERVICE available 18K gold electroplate cases with S,+e M Juan to Jammentsen
most cans FREE 19 point Multi Check FINANCING available If stainless steel backs. 'll
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NARFE :-l : + jj Photojournalism Course

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Seeking & \ { ) Open For Applications 1


Jax-Officers,warrant officers, the photos and autobiography are
photographers and journalists the original work of the applicant
MembersJaxThe again can apply for the one-year must also accompany each
Y course in photojournalism at portfolio.
Syracuse University.The Portfolios will be judged on
Jacksonville next class will convene in originality, unity, imagination,
chapter of the National M August. technical 'quality, presentationand
Association of Retired Officers, lieutenants and emotion evoking ability.
Federal Employees below,with 663X designators and The eligibility requirementsare
(NARFE) is looking for 883X warrants engaged that the applicant: Be a high
U primarily in photographic duties school graduate or service accepted -
new members.For are eligible. Photographers and equivalent; have a
over 50 years this _journalists from master chief to combined GCT-ARI of ,110; have
non-profit third class officer also 48 months of obligated service
incorporated petty
may
SEABEE OF THE MONTH CM2 Alvin A. Kuehn (Right) is
organization has been the congratulated by Ltjg( ) Richard A. Howell, CBU-410 CO, for being apply. from class convening date; and
The time requirements for the be recommended by his com :
"Champion of Federal picked Seabee of the Month for May and June. Petty Officer Second .
chiefs less than 15 of manding officer.
Retirees." National Class Kuehn was selected for his high standards and ability in the fieldof are years
service,first class must have less The ability to type, while not a
construction and automotive mechanics and his outstanding.
membership exceeds dedication to duty.Your. than 12, and career designated requirement,is desired due to the I
167,000. second and third class less than school's policy of accepting only
For information on the 10 years of service. Time in typed copy. .
local NEX In JuneJax service will be computed from The application with a special
chapter, contact July 1 of the year enrolled. evalutation report, the portfolio t
Veronica M. Linn, 1431 San Each applicant must submit a' and autobiography must be i
Sunday, June 17 is assortment of lingerie, jewelryand
Mateo Ave., Jacksonville, Father'sDay.You can make it,a other personal items for the portfolio of 10 recent photographsand forwarded directly to the Office
Fla. 32207, telephone 396- truly memorable day for the man new bride. If you decide on a 200-250 work autobiographyof of the Chief of Information((01-225), I
4787. of the house by selecting one of something less personal, the his past naval service and Department of the Navy, 1
the many items now being Exchange also has a good future aims, written in news Washington, D.C 20350, to be
featured at the Exchange. selection of household items, style, with the application. received no later than June 15,

U Dad is a sports enthusiast, including toasters, blenders, Certification by an officer that 1973.- .., !.
some new equipment, such as a cookware and serving pieces. .
For Military. new fishing rod or reel,a golf bagor With graduation time just .
Personnel some new clubs, can be a around the corner, you'll find a I NEX Holiday Schedule. I
welcome gift. If your man is a handsome selection of gifts at the

Under Age 35 "Mr. Fixit", a new power tool, Exchange: wrist watches, pen
such as an electric drill or power and pencil sets, luggage, Jax-The following Navy Exchange activities will. be
saw, might just be the thing he'd beautifully crafted: cigarette open Monday, May 28: i
like most. lighters and portable NAS: 'Cafeteria, Bldg. 118, continuous; 19th Hole 1
Now$60,000- For the June bride; visit the typewriters, as well as many Lounge, Bldg 808,11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Bowling Alley.Snack a
Exchange, where you'll find an other gift possibilities.
Bar, Bldg, 608, noon to 11 prm.; E.M. Club, Bldg. 46, 9 Y

a.m. to midnight; Golf Pro Shop, Bldg. 1877, 8 a.m. to 5
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p.m.; Express Store Bldg. 1884, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. J'

,.. MAVIS RUSSELL Hospital: Snack Bar'Bldg.. H2080, 11 a.m. to 8:30: p.m.
Insurance I" All other Navy Exchange activities will be closed to
bar
at
r'.I the.,'piano*" ..Obeserve Memorial Day. i;

; 'BUpFRETWELLEntertainment ThejEMjClub' ; :; will be open from 9 a.rm to 1 a.m. 'J.-
Protection :" .
; Nftely Sunday,,,l May'27.WESTSIDE.

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Only $9 SPECIAL RATES $1LQO' per person TOYOTA 1 1I INC.JACKSONVILLE'S .

Per MonthSee SERVICEMEN doubteoccupancy I NO.I 1 QUALITY I
Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking.Cf' ORIENTED I SMALL CAR DEALER
V AG
) i $2679 P.O.E

73 Corona 4 Dr. $1998 P.O.E.; $2589

73 Corolla
iiiMOTOR .
HOTEL P.O.E.
ur TO 10 MILES PER m.
Main Street Phone 355-3744 y? Hi Lux PickupBUY

Within walking distance to all points of interest.3$88&S&Stt r
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1124 Seaboard HITCHES Every mUlls a pleasure in a guaranteed Iud ear. .
Coast Line Bldg. ; Ch.oos.en* of these excellent bargains today. ,':' -
Tel. 358-1843; 7713007You I
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can best take advantage -
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70 TOYOTA COROLLA COUPE $1395
life insurance values
wrrw. 71 COROLLA COUPE AT, R&H 'WS
now being offered by The I 71 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 cyl.Auto, R&H s; 'M WS
Military Benefit Associa- -- ,'" 71 TOYOTA CELICA ST.speed R&H '. $2295 .
tion (MBA) by consultingan I 72 OLDS CUTLASS. 8 cyl,Auto,AC P.S. ,' $2895
expert. He knows the I R&H, Nice. ", .. .
specific problems of the We Can Fit Any Make Auto or Truck! 72 CHEVY NOVA6cyl.AT, R&H,WWTires ',.', ,'$2395
Military. He has specializedin Light Hook-up .' 10,000 miles still under warranty. t. their insurance
servicing 72 TOYOTA CELICA ST.4 speed,R&H ', :$2495
needs. Just call/write him Serving Entire West Jacksonville
at the phone number or address

above.All MBA Insur- UHAULAandL : Used Cor Phone 389-6668 9 '
ance is backed by MONY- .
Mutual Of New York.
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41 Jax -The Civilian Cafeteria is Pie, Boston Cream Pie, Assorted
located at Bldg. 2 on the Puddings.Wednesday
ModifiedJaxDue southeast corner of Yorktownand ,May,30
Ranger. All military and Tomato Soup, Roast Turkey
to incomplete sea bag civilian employees and their with Dressing, Spaghetti with
issue of service dress light blue w guests are invited to use the Meat Sauce, Breaded Pork
uniforms to women recruits and r facility. Cutlets with Apples, 7 OZ.
unavailability of this uniform in Breakfast is served from 6-8 Chopped Sirloin, Fried Fish
Clothing and Small Stores, a a.m. and lunch is served from 11 French Fried Potatoes, ,
temporary modification to Mashed Potatoes, Rice with
a.m.. to 1 p.m.
summer uniform regs l This week's menu is as follows: Gravy, Buttered Cauliflower,
authorizing service dress blue Tuesday,May 29 Blackeyes, String Beans.
without jacket has been ap i Cream of Chicken Soup, Boiled Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
proved. zI Brisket of Beef with New Fruit Cup, Plain Jello,
Accordingly, in those i j f. Potatoes, Fried Chicken, Baked Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage
geographic areas in which the Meat Loaf with Creole Sauce, 7 Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese,
service dress light blue uniformis oz..Chopped Sirloin, Fried Fish. Cucumber Mix, Carrot and
not available, enlisted women French Fried Potatoes, Raisin.
are temporarily authorized to Mashed Potatoes, Rice with Apple Pie, Egg Custard Pie,
the service dress blue
wear Gravy, Great Northern Beans, Banana Cake,Asorted Puddings.
uniform, without jacket and
without gloves, as a summer Spinach Tossed, Corn.Salad, CombinationSalad Thursday,May 31

uniform. Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Minestrone Soup, Chicken Pan
Either the dress blue jacket or Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Jello, Pie, Liver with Onions, Country
the raincoat may be worn as PIPED ASHORE-AECS Edward R. Caldwell ends a 20-year Naval Cheese, Fruit Steaks with Yellow Rice, 7 oz.
Plain Cottage
outer. garment. No additional Senior Chief Caldwell was the Sirloin ,Fried Fish.
career as he's piped ashore at NATTC. Cheese Tuna Salad, Chopped ,
,
modifications to the service dress. Senior Instructor of Phase Five at the AE"A" School and had been at 'Waldorf Cottage Salad, Bean Salad. French Fried Potatoes,
blue are authorized. NATTC since last May. Pineapple Cream Pie, Apple Mashed Potatoes, Rice with
Gravy, Baked Macaroni and
...::..... ..' Cheese, Peas, Squash.
,' \, '" Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
Fruit Cup, Plain Jello,
: Fruit Jello, Chef Salad Bowl,
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: '.;.;.; ,,, ;; :::: : Health Cottage Salad Cheese, Beet, Tuna and Onion.Salad,
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May Sweet Potato Pie, StrawberryShort
Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted
Puddings.

: Salute the Clam Friday Chowder,June,1 Trout

Military Almondine, Shrimp Creole over
Rice, Baked Ham with Cabbage,

Franks Sirloin.with. Beans,7 oz.Chopped

-. ... .' -.. ".) French, Fried Potatoes,
': : ., '" ;Ht'" .' Month2r Mashed .Potatoes, Rice with
I If( ,. ..' ,; : \\f :. : Gravy,Stewed Tomatoes, Turnip

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Plain Cottage Cheese, F-jit
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.: : ..' '!* ;*',f 'f 'underwater home? : ing special reduced '
:, prices to all mem- DISCOUNT STORE
:+* ll ff Or watched a snake lose his venom? ,bers of the military,' their dependents., ..
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8 JAX AIR NEWS-TWINGER.

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feeling queasy. You've ommended precautions:

Help i, got a headache, fever, and an 1. Cook your meat,poultry and
attack of what the TV commer seafood at 140 degrees (F) for at
.y cials call intestinal distress.It's least 10 minutes or at a higher
of 24-hour virus. temperature for shorter periods.
a case
MuseumJax 1 f Right? Avoid eating any of these foods

Not so fast, says the HealthInsurance raw. This goes for eggs, too.
The NAS Jax Officers Institute. You may 2. Wash all utensils and dishes
Wives Club has donated $400 to f well be suffering from salmonellosis I( thoroughly after contact with any
of the stomachand raw meat. Wash your hands too.
the Science Floor at the an infection
Jacksonville Children's Museum. r-.. intestines caused by .salmonella 3. When defrosting meat,keep
The Club members felt this wasa germs. it away from all other foods. The
worthwhile project since La These germs, sometimes foundin blood may contaminate other
children, as well as adults, have feN'r such foods as fresh meat, fish foods it comes in contact with.
spent many enjoyable hours _____ and poultry, can keep you sick 4. After cooking, do not allow
there and there is no admittance from 1 to 5 days. They may even. meat or poultry to stand a long
charge. put you in a hospital. time. Bacteria can grow rapidly
The Museum would like to But you are not alone. It is and recontaminate the food
continue to operate without cost estimated that over 2 million 5. Be suspicious of a sick pet.
to visitors,but.they are in need. of Americans suffer from this dis If it's having stomach problems,
additional funds. ease annually, about 280,000 of keep its feeding dishes, toys,
U any other club on the air PROMOTED Lt (|Ig) Ronald F. Buckley (Left), Assistant them due to exposure to pets suchas bedding and the like away from
station would like to donate Resident Officer in Charge of Construction, is congratulated by Capt. small turtles, tortoises, terra- sources in contact with your food
money,no matter how small, the D.C. More, Resident Officer in Charge of Construction,: after being pins, ducklings and baby chicks.An such as the kitchen sink, drain
museum will gladly accept it. promoted to his present rank.ffi5JSffiffB ., estimated 15 million small board and food service utensils.
The wives from Air Operationsheld turtles are sold in this country Always wash your hands after

a "Game Night"at the Skeet ........ handling a sick pet.
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Range, complete with a "Bring To curb the spread of sal While the disease is not fatal,
Your Own Salad" luncheon. SSff3aBLACK monella germs at home, the it can be dangerous to the very
Last Monday the men on the HISTORYWILLIAM Institute suggests you observethe young or very old,or those already
wards at the Naval Hospital were following government-rec weakened by illness.
treated to cupcakes distributedby
several of the club members.A .
luncheon was held at Helen "Flying Phantoms
STANLEY BRAITHWAITE ((1878-1962)
Sizemore's 16 with
Mrs. Sizemore quarters, Mrs.May Martha In the early part of his career, it was not generally .1

Childers and Mrs. Donna Smith known that William Stanley Braithwaite was a black, Hold 2nd ReunionJax
serving as hostesses.The old and although his name was familiar to many readers
new Board members attended. through his book reviews for the Boston Transcript and
-The second reunion of the and letters were received from
Mrs. Smith, Past President, such books of of Life and Love
beautiful silver poetry as Lyrics ((1904)) "Flying Phantoms" from VP-18 former squadron personnel and
was given a tray
and the other members receiveda and the House of Falling Leaves (1908). turned out to be a "smashing read to those in attendence.
charm. success" last week with 149 Sending messages were: Cdr.
The gavel was turned over to From 1913 to 1929, Braithwaite published an annual former squadron members and Kunkel in Okinawa; Capt.
Martha Childers, the club's new "Anthology of Magazine Verse" which brought before their wives gathering togetherfor Stratmann in Rota,the last VP-18
President. Other club officers the public many of the works of such noted American :dining,dancing. ,and recalling Executive Officer; and Capt. }
include Nina Cantwell Vice memories. Honour former
: VP-18 CO.
poets as Edgar Lee Masters Vachel Lindsay and Carl
President; Helene Greenwood, In addition to members living J.
Treasurer; Monica, Turner, Sandburg long before they were ever published in book here, many came from far away ADJC Joe Bodin, VP-18
Secretary; Isabel Latham, form. Braithwaite's other books include The Book of places such as Los Angeles and Reunion Committee Chairman,

Projects; and June .Springer,' Elizabethan Verse (1906)), The,Book of, Georgian Verse Connecticut.' sends thanks and a "Well Done"to
,Publicity;; Ann Devine, ((1908)), The Book of Restoration Verse ((1909)) and Among those attending were the following personnel who ;
Capt. Defenbaugh (USN Ret) worked hard :
Telephone. so to make the
Selected
Poems (1948)).
It and Cdr. Zicht, former squadron reunion a success: Cdr.

The recipient of,the NAACP's Spingarn Medal in 1918, skippers; six plank owners of VP- Breeding, Bill Britt, George
UMMH H M H Braithwaite 861, from which VP-18 was Werner, Ray Thiedke, Paul
1 spent most of his later years in education, '
commissioned; and nine former Nadeau, Bill Lewis and the of
"big serving notably as professor of creative literature at leading chiefs. ficers and men of VP-45 who gave
Atlanta University. He died on June 8, 1962. Several congratulatory: wires their assistance.

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alma mater May .10-12 to t Announced
represent the Navy at the ;
National Intercollegiate Flying Association (.NIF)'s '' ; 1
25th Annual Airmeet and Conference. 4- Jax-Following is the Military
Payday Schedule for the second
The host for the meet was up to talk shop and answer ; half of Calender Year 1973:
Southern Illinois University at questions about Naval Aviation a WA July 13, July 30, August 15,
Carbondale, Ill from the many aviation en- August .30, September 14, Sep
A 1969 graduate of the thusiasts present. tember 28, October 15, October :
University and a former National The Navy also provided one T- 30, November 15, November 30, ;
Vice-President of NIFA, Ltjg( ) 28 "Trojan" and two T-34 .f December 14 and December 28.
Ketring was one of the "Mentor" airplanes and two TH- Flight pay for enlisted men and \
representatives the "FLY 57"Sea Ranger"helicopters both officers (other than DIFOT) will ;
NAVY" Information Booth, set for display and to take NAS S.E.A. RETIRES BMCM Roy Pitts, former HAS Jax Senior be included in the first paycheck }
prospective Navy pilots for Enlisted Advisor, receives his retirement certificate and a "Well of each month provided flight 1
orientation flights. Done"from Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO,as Master Chief certificates are received in the 4 t
The conference Included Pitts finishes a Nav*l career that spanned more than 30 years.: Navy Finance Office by 9:30: I
movies, static displays, guest a.m.of the sixth day of the month
speakers and aviation per- 4 Squadrons following the flight pay period.
sonalities and leaders, as well as Officers and enlisted members
flight competition. under permanent DIFOT orders
; Flight competition consisted of Complete Carrier QualsJax will receive flight pay at the_
: a J
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is four flying events: power-on 180 same time as basic pay. R- : 1
degree accuracy landings, Four Naval Air Reserve training flights at Cecil Field.On All paydays'will include pay for
power-off 180'- degree accuracy squadrons from Attack CarrierAir Sunday the Pilots flew to NAS '15 days. '. .
t landings, cross-country Wing Reserve (CVWR-20.) Pensacola while ground support
navigation and precision air completed carrier qualification equipment and personnel were "' :::::
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flights yesterday aboard USS airlifted to Pensacola by Naval : i
: drops.An interesting'finale was the Lexington (CVT-16)). Air Reserve Transport flights, ,
Mark V Preflight Contest, heldon Two of the attack squadrons I
an aircraft containing un- participating in the six-day The squadrons flew aboard. 1
airworthy discrepencies to deck; exercise were from, Naval Air Lexington Monday and actual
pre-flight sharpness of pilots.. Stations at Memphis and Atlanta. carrier qualification flights 0.051 NI\\\. f\\\'s." 111
The NIFA includes more than One squadron VA-203, is began Tuesday. The exercise
250 college flying clubs homeported here. The fourth ended yesterday morning with SS
representing nearly 9,000 squadron was Airborne Early the squadrons leaving for their \
Lt fig| ) Ketring students across the nation. Warning Squadron 207 from NAS home bases.. .All\\ 'n\ght\\%
Norfolk. all\\ d N;U AN.P'-{ f I
The 40 pilots and 125 enlisted VWR-20 is headquartered here 4

VA Issues WarningTo ground exercise support last personnel week beganthe with under Orville G.the Elliott.command of Cdr. ..0::.>;............".'....."."."' ....,....St.pKESNORENAS ............................................................"........;..............'".-IQ\.
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..Adm i1strati .because'you are month rather-than at the end of. .r1.tl.
enrolled in a school below college the month. But the same law .,
level, don't count- on. that- check requires that the final check be /
for awhile. held up until each student's "attendezice' .
And,' if you don't act promptly is. .certified. by his '
to have your school attendence school. P (
certified, your final check couldbe Students whose programs end
delayed even longer. this month will have their May
checks held until after school
According to Dwight G. Koch, ends and the school sends a
Acting Director of the VA certificate of attendence to VA.
Regional Office for the State of The certificate was sent to each
Florida, this year's final checks student .with the April check.
will be paid on the same scheduleas Forms should be filled out by the .
last year's, but they may seem student and turned in to the
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a a CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule .. ,,.f


Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than j
arriving too late for this deadline will be published Tuesday for publicatIon the following Thursday. Ads '

structed otherwise. A check or money order for the fOllowing week unless the pUblisher Js In. ..;t;
the
cost of the
ad must be received WITH the '
copy.
RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) ...$2.00 Per :.. j
Mall to HOLT additional line (4 wotds per line) ...50c
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PUBLISHING .
CO.,4747 SAN JUAN AVE. HOSPITAL "FIVE EASY ; ,
,JACKSONVILLE 32210 Thursday May 24 : "'

NAS: "HARLOW" Drama, PIECES" \n

MfLi9M!' + tJI GUN BROKER MEN Starring Carrol Baker and Sunday, May 27 C

;1\I: \ n I 6968 Goldilocks A. B. Dial,Sr Duplex2BR. Furnished, Washer, TV, Martin Balsam. "PG" (125 min) NAS: 'THE GODSON" Action, "
TEMPORARY Lane Jax., Fla. and AC., 384.5354.
JOBS 786.1260.after P.M. HOSPITAL: "SHAMUS"Action Drama,Starring Alain Delon and :

office FOR skills NAVY needed.WIVESAll Long ano L IL' \H Mis'-' Drama, Starring Burt Nathalie Delon. "PG" ((105 min.) ,.;;

short assignments. No fee. We DOBERMAN MALE PUPS '1<' o#; u<' ,' Reynolds and Dyan Cannon. HOSPITAL : "THE ;,, I.COWBOYS" .
pay AKC. B&R,
Champion bloodline, 8 ;JUSTISSTRAILER PARK ,
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"PG" ((98 min.)
you. wks.
old $125, ;
7863313.
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean Modern
XTRA HELPERS 394-5118 trailer and apts. 389.3007. Friday May 25 Monday,May 28
NAS: "FIVE EASY PIECES" NAS: "SONG OF NORWAY" i'

MOBILE HOME SALESMANHigh AKC ST.Wormed BERNARD&shots PUPPIES$100. WE BUY AND SELL Drama; Starring Jack Nicholsonand Musical, Starring Florence 4

pay, short hours, part-time. 264.6739. Nights.F&SFENCE _GOOD_ USED Phone MOBILE 388-.619 HOMES Karen Black.. "R" (98 min.) Henderson and Torady Maurstad. /'
Apply In person Mobile Home HOSPITAL: uHARLOW"Saturday,11ay 'G" ((148 min.) >
Brokers 5887 Roosevelt Blvd. CO. COLONY MOBILE HOMES 26 HOSPITAL: "THE GODSON" .-.
Quality chain link fence. Free Sales Rentals,9359103rd St. Call 771-
NAS: "THE COWBOYS"WesternStarringdohnWayneand Tuesday, May 29
WAITRESSESPART. estimates F
evenings. 26.C.8504. 0275. Photostating and notary service
-TIME OR FULL-TIME NAS: "STEELYARD BLUES" >

Private Club, Good hours, great pay, THE SSS HAULING CO. 12'X60'1970 MOBI LE HOME Roscoe Lee Browne, "PG" (128 Comedy, Starring Peter Bogle ;

Call Mrs. Dryden, 3871653. Anything, Anytime, Anywhere, Good Cond.,2BR.,28., CH&A, Carpet, min.) and Jane Fonda. "PG" (93 min.) .
$300. dwn. 264.5001LOVELY
Courteous Service & Reasonable r
PARTTIMEIMMEDIATE Rates. Free estimates with .j
CASH PAIDDo obligation. 781.3260, 771.2083, or 388-no MOBILE HOME :1-\\
you have a full day or evening 0932. Conv. to NAS &. Cecil, 1971.12'X73' JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Y
available between Monday and Peachtree, 2BR & 1B. Awning & _
Friday? If so, we can fill that day or COCKER-PUPS skirting,fence & shed. By owner. Call

evening with a variety of Interesting Silver-buff, AKC registered 7. wks, after 4:30: 7714573. SALEWhy
temporary lobs. Mostly at factoriesand wormed & shots Call 771.0927. REPOSSESSION
warehouses In Jax. If you have TRAN"OfTATI g

paid your a own$1.70 transportation or higher. You you will be will paid be Drive DRIVER one compact NEEDEDTo auto. to L.A., BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY pay full price when you can 'get it for less?

Immediately on completion of the lob, California area as soon as possible. Used VW's compacts, other foreign :vftfttt&HH: $:",:.:*; !$: 1w.: w.: :$(>, w $!&; :w..m :'
If you wish.One brief visit to our office Identification required. Call Palatka makes. Astro Motors 6566 NormandyBlvd. .
gets you started. Hand!.Man, 12 E. area code 904, 3253535. 781-4978. 4
Bay Street, corner of Main, Jax. ':'. ,
48 DODGE MONACO D ,
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HELP BOAT FOR SALE door, HT, PS, AT,AC, R&H,Maroonw .... _u .. ,- w
WANTED 1972 Arrowglass trl.hull, w85 h.p. .black vinyl top. Excellent Con- ;
Maintenance man, part time for ;
galvanized trailer.
Complete wall dition. $1095., phone 398.1533. H t
small church in Lakeshore area. Coast guard equip. and many extras. 71 CHEVY IMPALA c:;: 1970 FLEETWOOD I:
Approx. 20 hours per week. Call 781 Call R. C. Johnson at 771-3211, Ext. '
0937 after 5.SECRETE. 8415 or 7811568. 71 SKYLARK 2-DR.HT AC, PS, PB, R&H. Like New j i Mobile home 12x64 with ex- ,
Clean, Power. AC, RS.H, $2595. 772-
ST T 3122, or aft. 5 p.m. 264 6427. 2695 ':: pando living room, completely ;
RIAL HELP itiAi' ;::. furnished, a real buy, with ;'

WANTEDFull 1971 MERCURYMARQUIS 72 FORD GALAXY ::::: central air. This week

or part time, best Jax pay, good WE BUY &SELL EQUITIES COLONY PARK WAGON Loadedl! Stereo-Radio, air i.
Call us for quick service Full Power, $3750. Call 388-1847. $ 56' 95
work conditions, name your days or conditioned ::::.
Morrison I.Taylor,I nc. .
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hours, Westside if preferred. Com -
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. 1,71 PONTIACGRANVILLEExcellent 1972 SKAMPER '
pany will pay refresher course at $3195 .t
Cumberland-FJCtyping, shor 71-3052 737-3844. Cond., Low Mileage, $2700. 16Vfc ft Travel trailer, self cont,

thand,. bookkeeping for accepted NORMANDYACRES Call 771.4296. very good cond, Includes., 'N.
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applicants. Phone 354-0111 for In' 4 miles west of Cecil Field.5 to 20 Acre 69 CHEVY MALIBU I Reese hitch control 8. f.
way ;
terview., .. ., tracts. Land Is the best Investment for 65 CHEVY MALIBU AC, PS.,PB. -
R&H
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bU'ket brake resistor ;
the future,"Other tracts available over :6cyl., AT, New retreads ':
DOUBLE YOUR INCOME Southwest Jacksonville. seats, $300.757-1896. 10215 Denton Rd.: $ 1595$2295 I ;

Couples or Individuals build your own Wynne Realty of Florida
Business in your spare time to become 3895514 REALTORS 3898507 '1969 SKYLARKPB ;
financially Independent. For interview PS,AC New Tires, :
PHONE 384.1391 .BILL LUNSFORD
write P. O. Box 16951 GREENCOVESPRINGSResidential Call 389.1209 Evenings. ..
Jacksonville, Fla. 32216. Please include ,Lots,Acreage
Phone No. Chas.Mobley, Realtor 284.9365 '72 MOTO GUZZI ISO
Lee Duncan,Associate 264-6861 Salrlng, windshield, Police racks.

HELPWANTEDService IN REAL ESTATE MATTERSCall Saddle Bags, Sissy Bar & Pad. Take
.station Part time only Wayne Shrum over pymts. 388.4084.

Call 388.9601MISCLL.ANEGt1S Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors 1-295
771.9513 AUTOS TRUCKS'REASONABLE TAKE
1969 Dodge, 4DR., $1,000.00. 1965 T- .<
'_i ''''ri r :ill 3BR., FENCED YARD Bird Conv. .400.00, 1964 Chev. 4-DR.,
Double-Car garage, dinette, range &. 400.00, 196.C Dodge,2DR. $500.00., 1958 +
A recoroea message by DIRECT TO.
SCOTT EDWARDSTells refrlg., CHEV.-Van Truck. $70000. 781-3260, ..
VanSandt,Realtor 387.12137S68 771-2083 or 388.0932.PINTOSMAVERICKS.
you how to be a
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DISCJOCKEYcall ROLLING HILLS DRIVE
355-2944 any hour. Approved for 3BR., 2B., Ig. fenced back yd, about HONDASEd
veterans. Columbia School of Nolan (USN RET.) ewofi
1350 sq. ft.. $26,000, conY. or $14,800 sti NOaMANOr
Not Duval Motors,387.6541Ext.263
BraOdcasting. San Francisco. equity and $108-mo. 781.0147.
'affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by
home study CALLA SHIPMATEJoe '62MASERATI CONV. .t
Ropiak(RET Navy) ($12,000. New) restored, trades ,.;. ;'
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES OFJA Licensed Real Estate Salesman considered $3,200. (Worth More) 781- fi ::

Fabrication In rescreenIng, window Representing, Inc.Realtors 1250. 3 ,.;;,
Blanding Agency
screens, screen doors, patio & pool 781-7715 Office 771.9513 WESTSIDE |!. ItJrcl {
Home
'69.1600 CUSTOM CORTINA a ?
enclosures &
aluminum roofs car. X :; e
ports, free estimates Owned & 10 NEW HOMESMONTCLAIRORANGE 4Spd., R&H,25,000 miles,$650. ;}' ccci a .y; ?"'"'
operated by: Norman T. Abrams"', PARK 771-9109 FIELD a\ $ "i'

USN retired, Paul Tinney, 2568 Edison 3 & 4 Bedrooms. $37,675 to '$43,200. "ht mS
Ave.. 384-1242. Conventional &. VA Financing 72SUZUKIT500 } NAS
available. 'Call Like New.$800. .' S$ :<:
: LIVE CRABS S.Sgt Jack Fritz, Associate, 771-4358 772-7504 or 772.2170. ..

Wllford's Fish Camp AL SEITNER, REALTOR 394-4427 ORANGE PARK''
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264.9707 JANUARY AUTOMOTIVE .- .
3BR.,2B.HOME 1171 CASSAT,387-2839 l r

AUTO AIR.COND.SENVICI: DR, BIRO, AC, W-W Carpet, nice HOME OF EXCEPTIONALBUG
Room Units,. Central Units, Tyler landscaped fenced yd. Near schools & DOMESTIC CARS The Bases and Orange Park are now only 'j
Heating & Air Conditioning 4711 $22,000. Call 781-4497 aft. 5:30 P;M.4BR 1944 CHEV.CAPRICE 4DR. minutes away. Take 1-295 expressway to 'the

Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161 BRICK HOME Sports Sedan, White over dark.blue,. Normandy exit, then right 1V*. miles and one ",
V8, AT, R&H, PS WW, an exceptional
Lakeside Estates, O.P., sunken LR, automobile. 'Compare at traflclight: brings you toVOLKSWAGEN

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER sep. DR, kitchen wall app. Ig. den $1095, Our Price $sa.. l
10 Like New. Take up pymts. of $7.00 2B., custom drapes, fen. wooded lot, 4 1944 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE COUNTRY :,j;

per month. Rayfleld's yrs. old, by owner 94-5026. 4.DR, HT, Exceptionable automobile, r
4437 Wilson Blvd..772 19)4 blue w.blue vinyl interior. Power It's, a nice trip and so are the savings. "
803 S..Edgtwood Ave.,39-0494 .. EN7ALSORANGE seats PW, PS, AC,AT,WW, Compareat ,
*:.*JWS iJ. "**:SB M5 $1095, Our Price $"1.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS PARK '70 OPEL 2DR.KADETTEAT '
72 Admiral 19" B8.W T.V.. $75. '72 2BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn.Elizabeth* Dish. R&H, White tires, 37,000 miles. 'WESTS IDEVOLKSWAGEN
Panasonic AM-FM Stereo Cassette w. washer Drapes Carpets. GOLD BEIGE VINYL BUCKET
Turntable $100. '73 Capehart AM-FM AptS.. 77M40S or711.33SS.MOBILE SEATS. Compare at $1195. Our Price '
Stereo Console w8 Track turntable $788. INC.I ;
Pete. HOME .
$125.771-3387 or 772-3271, Ask for
12'X 55',2BR.,Air Condition, Classrooms, blackboards and e:5"
711.2484LUXURYTOWNHOUSE
GEORGE'S KENNELS desks are forgotten when boys 1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH, ..;-: .;;,

: Dogs& Cats Boarded and girls move into outdoor study TELEPHONE 781-5511 ...\ .C a.

Grooming Pick-Up&delivery. training service 8, since shipping.1925. 2BR., 2B., CH8.A.Mod.: kit., carpet, areas Florida's Youth Camps 1:' ";

Visitors welcome. BankAmerlcard &. drapes over 1100 sq .y ft.; located in For information write the Game' ..:'. It '

Mastercharge honored.. Off 1.10 near Ortega area Cony. to 'NAS, ,,orRoosevelt and Fresh 'Water Fish Commission. ':':':-.' ,:c ;;:'.''"1 ;.: 5 :j jJi.
Mall. $185 mo,- 2941
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Cherokee Ave. 7251074., .. Tallahassee, .
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major cities of the.country -Visitor
call one of these centers which :

provide job-finding assistance. -16 CITED FOR SAFETY Capt. William J. Vaught, (Left),
Also register with your State COMFAW-11, Cdr. K.W. Mirise (Right), former skipper of VP-U, and 0Y
Division of Employment Security LCdr. R. J. Petrucci display the COMNAVAIRLANT Seven Year
because VA works closely with Safety Award earned by the"Eagles".The squadron has accumulated
them as do most businessindustrial 60,000 accident-free flight hours in their P-3 "Orions" since July 1965. KULC-
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concept, our winding country roads, our wildlife refuges and our recreational

facilities. We've left one-fourth of our 4000 acres for homeowners to enjoy as

'water or natural recreation areas, and this property will be reserved permanently,. .

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k for long term investment to those people who are concerned about conserving

the. natural beauty and benefits of forests, lakes and abundant animal life.

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Employment The Family I "Pusher" ""k1..J


Briefing

Most parents would react witha pills, tranquilizers and pain killers |S
TomorrowJaxA mixture of horror and indignant contain barbituates. ,a
outrage where they to be accusedof All these drugs have their I|.|
Civilian Em- drug possession. The fact place, and are fine when they are ',,!
M remains,however, that most par- in the right hands and are ,\
ployment Assistance C ents ,are just that: drug posses administered in the prescribed i''
Program briefing is sors. And some of them are dossages. A prescription bottle in ::J
scheduled for tomorrow at unwitting pushers.A the wrong,hands, however, can .
9 A.M. in Hangar 1000, quick search of the average be poison, especially if tne hands
American home would turn up a .are those of a child. '
Room 240. -...' !! ,, surprising array of narcotics been avoided had some "grown- ;
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The briefing will be l .0.; --t;: ..:. .." amphetamines, barbituates, and up" been a little less careless. ;-:;'

conducted by a panel ... Ij't,:,. };it. ..... toxic inhalants. Cough syrup for Flush, don't throw .s
composed of represen- "'''-.. .1, .. 11.1"" 1; example, which is a staple in Medicines often accumulate in"J.
tatives from the following NEW LEADERS The newly elected officers of the Jacksonville almost every home, often con bedrooms and on bathroom ,
and Marine Officers Wives Club'are (L.R) Doris Lawseth, president tains codeine; paregoric, the shelves. Make a practice of
agencies organi- Susan Goebel, vice president Dottie Kelley, secretary; and Bee familiar old handy housewife checking these areas, examining :>
zations: Veterans Administration Gardner, treasurer. The young ladies who appear to be sleeping standby used to control a numberof prescription dates, and flushing J
Small through it all are not eligible to hold office for a few more years. Club illnesses is often opium or all out-of-date medicines down. ?'*
Business Administration, activities will start anew with the September Business meeting. camphor-based. Many sleeping the toilet. 1*>

Florida State .,
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Service College,, Florida Chamber Junior of lax 86 HighlightsJax WE FINANCESERVICEMEN iJ

Commerce and the Navy -r. ,
Transition Site. The Southeast Regional ,and "Tuesday Night at Rosie
Convention of NWCA was the O'Grady's."
Topics to be discussedare major topic at the May 16 social In other business, the club ...ON TOPLINE QUALITY NAME BRANDS
intended to help the educational meeting of NWCA voted to sponsor the Bel Med THAT YOU HAVE COME TO KNOW AND TRUST
prospective retiree in Jax 86. Little League team in Orange
preparing himself for President Mrs. Ronald Celmer Park. Jax 86 will be selling f
increased education introduced her guest,Mrs.James lunches at the Navy Rifle Mat-
Broyles, and welcomed Mrs. ches June 3-6 at Camp Blanding.
future employment op- Glen Norris, guest of Mrs. Hostesses for the evening were ,.
portunities and benefits Charles Davis,and Mrs. Everette Mrs. William Gilbo, Mrs. Joseph I
after retirement. Jenkins, a former member Hagan and Mrs. Eugene
visiting from Charleston.The Kubisiak. The next meeting will
club placed second in the be June 6 at the clubhouse.The .
scrapbook judging at the convention "
VR-24 and also brought home an
honorable mention for first placein Ask about our Badcock EASY PURCHASE PLAN.
Slates floral ,design. Mrs. Richard May meeting of the Dixie Ideal for young Navy families lust starting out.
Kannair is scrapbook chairman. Area Council of the NWCA was
NWCA members earning a 10-( held May 17 at''the Sunny Acres
Reunion member pin will have their Day Camp. B'aacciHME
names placed on a traveling Mrs. Michael Haynes from
Jax-Air' Transport Squadron banner that will go from con Hostess club NWCA Mayport 201 PUMMIKHIMO CKMYCKttHomt.
(VR)-24 will hold its Third vention to convention., Among chaired the event with Mrs. Owned It Operated by Thorn*!Walker ;
Reunion in Pensacola July 6-8 at those listed will be Mrs. Charles Kenneth Gengler in charge of. a HIWAY 17at KINGSLEY AVE ORANGE PARK, PAN4PaIIp. 4
the NAS Peasacola Chief Petty Davis, who now has 19 new luau complete with the roasted -.
Officer Club members to her credit. pif.
ThIs win be their first reunion Several workshops were Jax M won the attendance
east of the'Mlssisslppl. conducted at the convention. award with 11 members presentand
The schedule includes golf on Among them were "The Mayport's nine new mem- :::EE Big Chief Say:
the first of the reunion, a them win the
day Presiding Officer and the bers helped
dinner party the second day, and Agenda" by National President membership award.A f:::; '::;;\ suits\ BESt BUN
brunch on the final day. Margaret Conley; "The Duties of donation was voted to the
All former squadron members the Board" by Southeast Seyiter Memorial Fund, but the
,interested in attending are askedto Regional President Mary camp still needs old eyeglassesand 7A4lP5 \ M N y MOONS '
send a check for$15 per couple, Cayton; and "Pins, Mimeo and is saving aluminum cans. If
payable to "VR-24 Reunion" to; Navy Wives Newsletter" by you wish to donate, call 7710305.
Pete Owen,AT2 USN (Ret.), 6557 national chairmen. The next Dixie Area Council &
Nevada Avenue, Canoga Park, Other convention highlightswere meeting will be in Septemberwith
California 91303; Phone (213) 348-' Chaplain Van Tassel's talk NWCA Orlando 267 acting as
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X Jax If our course was victorious. It takes a lot of Cowdery, Director of the Public SWIMMING LESSONSJax

Ilj: in need of aerating (airing skill and poise to retain the Environmental Health, Welfare Department and Bio-has Red Cross Swim Classes are now available.

out);it received all it could! honor of being the announced that as a result of a Thoseeligibletoparticipatein these classes are military

.., handle this past week in Champion over such a recent survey, the main body of personnel and their dependents.. Dependents must be at
I. the form of cleat marks. field of Stiff competition.Well the st. Johns River south of the least 4-years old. Registration begins Monday (June 4))
Besides regular course done Lassie! !! Air Station to the County line at at Special Services, Bldg. 704, Room 105. Registrationwill
Creek is within State
t. \, play, three tournaments Gross Runner-up for the. Julington Health bacteriological standardsfor .include a $3 pool fee. For info, telephone Extentions
\ were held and our gals Tournament was Marian water contact sports.The Bio- 3111 or 3112.
i were extremely active in Miller. Dutch Decker and Environmental Services Divisionin ELIGIBILITY RULE
each one. Lil Acorn came in onetwoas conjunction with the Public Jax-To participate in the.NAS Intramural Sports and
On Tuesday, their the Net Winners. The Health Division has just com- Recreation Program you must have been on active duty
three-month water
4 weekly clash took place other, Flight Winnerswere pleted quality a survey in the main for at least 90 day and assigned to units or activities
and it was called an Either : First Flight Winner- stream of the St. Johns River participating in the station Composite Fund.

Nine Tournament. The Penny Bennett, Runner from an East-West line betweenPt. FICEUR WINS
results were as follows: up-Ellen Ropiak. Second La Vista and Riverside southto Jax A tip-of-the-'ol shooter's hat to the Navy from
First Flight Winner-Lassie Flight Winner-Ruth Ann River.the County line and in the Trout FICEUR. They out-shot MATSG Marines for the Base

Mahoney ((30V6)), Runner Zloner. Runner up for the The purpose of the survey was Pistol Championship, 20582035.
up-BettyHeyer ((33%), and Second Flight was Becky to locate likely areas in the TWO CHOSENJax
...- Putts-Dottie Hilton ((28). More. Winner of the Third Jacksonville waters of the St.' Aaron of NATTC and Brandt of VA-203 were
,. t'' Second Flight Winner-Liz Flight was Ruth Bolin with Johns where the water quality is chosen to travel and play volleyball with the 6ND
Austin (33%), Runner up- Liz Austin coming in safe for swimming., skiing and Volleyball Champions from Cecil Field. Cecil won the
other water
sports.
Evelyn Roberts (34( %) and Second. Averages of bacteriologically District play last week, 18-0. Navy Jax finished secondin
I. Putts-Betty Gustin and Last Sunday (May 20)), readings at all sample points in the competition 13-5. Next stop for the Champs is

Alice Mills (tie 29). was another fantastic the Trout River exceeded Oceana, Va., and the South Atlantic Regionals. The
Third Flight Winner- Mixed Best Ball Tourney. allowable standards. As a resultof Regionals started Monday.
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Cynthia Taevsch and Jean Seventy-two golfers these unsatisfactory tests, the GOLF PLAYOFFSJax
sign indicating water skiing at
Davis (tie 33), Runner Up- registered andas usualallhad Bert Maxwell Park has been NARJAX No. 1, winners of the Intramural Golf ,
Lilian Alcorn ((33%) and fun. removed until conditions have American League played NDRC here Tuesday in the
Putts-Dot White ((32)).. Low Gross for the Mixed improved. Swimming or water first round of the elimination tournament for the Base
On May 14,15 and 16, the Best Ball was won by the contact sports in areas exceedingthe Intramural Championships. NDRC finished second in

annual Jax Navy Women's team of Liz Austin, L. sidered standards.as being should potentially be con- the National League. Also on Tuesday, the National

Golf Association matcheswere Balbach, Joe the Pro, and hazardous to health. League winning Hospital team took on the runners-up in
held and for the Mike Mueller.. The Low Water contact sports in areas the American League, VP-24. Today's play to determinethe
fourth consecutive year, Net winners were Doris South of the above mentioned base Champs puts the winners and losers against
Lassie Mahoney was Calais, Ruth Bolin, Ernie boundaries can be approved froma each other. Results next week.PLAYERSNEEDED.
Mills and Red Greenwood. health standpoint. In other
word, the,water South of a line
others in the match
Many from the Northeast of the
won various prizes corner Jax Word comes from the Athletic, Director that
Naval Air Station to Christopher
..... ;pl'.Jim Kinderlhe main Point to the County line with the Varsity Tennis players ',are ,still needed. Four .Open
honcho at ou Pro Shop exception.of'a 100.yard strip on players and two Seniors will be used for participation in

shot some great golf at,the the east bank between the 6ND. If you are a Senior player, you will be eligibleas

'1(I Hidden Hills Country Club Bluff Christopher are considered Pt.. and Beauclerc safe for long as you aren't 46 years of age before. July 1 of this.

DEER SPRINGS last week as he won the water contact sports. year.

ESTATES Senior Championships.Two I

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Jax-A recent NAS Jax water fishing for game- or ''

instruction layed out the nongame fish.
following informationabout 2. All Florida laws

4 t fishing and hunting pertaining to the season
aboard the air station. A and the taking of fresh

lot of this info might be water fish and sea food

known already but readingof shall govern the fishing
these regulations shouldbe aboard the station.
of major concern to all 3. Military personnel,' '

f trt I i iY of those who participate in their families and guests
these two sports.Servicemen and civilian employees of ,
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Florida are considered fish in the St. Johns

.. residents insofar as River within the Naval

licenses to hunt and fish Reservation.
Casa Linda Lake is R"
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FOR MR-Naval Air Reserve Unit(NARU are concerned.
)personnel pull for Navy Relief in a recent
tug-of-
by Patrol Hunting or the taking of open to limited ,fishing .,::
war sponsored Squadron 42.VP-62 challenged NARU,VA-203,and MARTD to the event to
raise money for the Navy Relief Society now holding its annual drive for funds. game aboard the station is under certain conditions in .:
prohibited. When huntingin an effort to prevent ,the :"
authorized areas in lake from getting out of ',,:

Splitmaker Bayeng Rolls 254 ; Florida, all hunters must balance. Boats are not f

possess valid State hunting permitted in the lake. J

Parsons, Beam Tie for HighSet g persons licenses under, except 15 years those of ;_

age, and residents 65 years :

Jax-Five Intramural League and 201 for a 601 set. and older. k'u"
FICEUR Dowlers rolled games of 600 or High team'scratch set for the Fishing aboard the t
better this week in league week was rolled by the late station is permitted under u
Base ChampsJaxFICEUR competition. Chargers of the American the following conditions: ii -' t\e'll
Teaming to lead the high series League. Combining with Ws
I.; 1. All Florida fishermen
winners 01 the category were Parsons of the Clayton's 603 and Parsons 642 : and.
Intramural National League Late Chargers and Beam of the were teammates Track! (587), except residents 65 yearsof Beaut\\U\\ \... "f;
Pistol competition, ended-up Commodores. They both tossed Marrs ((504) and Toth ((500)) for a age and over and JUANA ps
taking all the shots here last week games of, 642. 2836 scratch. children under 15, must I SAN E ..
for the Base Championships.They rolled individual, LAKESHOR ti
Parsons Other notable series just possess a valid State ..
out-shot the Marines from games of 221, 231 and 190, while missing the 600 bracket were license when fresh ... /
MATSG in the finals, 20582035. Beam tossed a pair of 216s and a rolled by, Walston (598)), Plaza fishing s / ,
During regular season action, ((591), Carper ((590)),Smith (587), / .1
'MATSG finished second to 210.The third high set for the week Godeniz (583)),' Stine ,(581) and,
FICEUR with a 11-3 record. was shot by Bayeng of the Foster (581)., .
FICEUR ended the season on top Splitmakers.He tossed a 624. He Those shooting 540 or better
with 14-0. combined the week's high individual were: McCarley (574)); Freed Lou ebber t
The competition for the Base game of 254 with a 212 (568); Carter (568),Swain'(566);
Championships put Weapons and a 158 for his set. Smith (564); Voorhee (559)); "YOUR TIRE EXPERT" {'
(winners of the American Also cracking the 600 barrier Attansio ((558)); Humbert (556));
League) against MATSG in the were Clayton of the Late Farrand ((556)); Allore ((555 and Gives You FREE
first round. MATSG won the Chargers and Carper of the 550)); Hunter ((557); Robertson
Shootout.In Commodores.Clayton had gamesof ((551);Brown(563); Fisher (541));
the second round the 210, 203 and 190 for a 603 while Farley (545); Wilson (546)); FRONT END ALIGNMENTWith
National League Champs unseated Carper rolled games of 167, 233 Kunze ((552) and O'Neil (554)

VP-16 (runner-up in the Purchase of Any 4(
American League), putting them .

against Championship.the Marines for the 4 of these Tires. .! ,

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It : VA-174-9 Marines-5 VA-154J VC-2-3 '1'r: ;
LADIES' : ,
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II By Tom McGuckin VA-15-14 .Mecical-13

VA10514VA8213,f The usa Needs You! Call 354- 6521': .
j Cecil Field Repeats Atlantic Regions being held at .! 1};:

.. ( As 5ND Volleyball Champs Norfolk, Va. which is currently Slow' Pitch Standings. : DEPENDENTS AND LADIES'
Led by "Buck" Wurster of VA- in progress. VA-174 "-4 0 SERVICEMEN,

'" '' 45, the Cecil Field Raiders beat Bowling: Co-National League Marines .. 5 1 You are invited to the....
;1 down six challengers to repeat as BOQ and AIMD Staff are tied in AV-ORD 3 1 "

r\. c\ t, the 6ND Volleyball champs. Cecil the top spot with AIMD No. 1 VA-15 3 1 Armed Forces Annual Ball. ,
\ Field never lost a game in the team breathing down their necksin VC-2 3 2
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.. seven place teams which means VA-86 2

: 18.The Cecil Field team met the standings could change Medical 1. 4 Live Band: "THREE'S A CROWD" ,:'

'.., Pensacola the first day and put quickly. VA-62 _. .;',. 0 6 .'
them away 15-4, 15-5 and 159.The Hitting the 500 series last week Fast Pitch Results: REFRESHMENTS & ENTERTAINMENT

second day they easily beat were Howard ((203)) 554, Falls VA-37-2 AMD-1 SPECIAL GUEST: SHARON McLARTY
; Charleston, then came back (191)) 542, David ((203) 540, VA-45-16 VA-15.7

against a scrappy NAS Jax team Alcoran ((188)) 535, Long ((180)) AMD-12 VA-15-6 (Miss National Teenager)

and bested them 15-11, 15-9 and 532, Macleod (201)) 528, Conway VA-105-1 'V -15-1

15-4. (190)) -520, Craver ((212) 512 and VA-105.2 Supply-i MA ?a ******

NAVWEP Station was next and Pritchard ((190)) 500.Standings Ops-9 VA-174.1 FREEI No Admission Charge |
the "Raiders" clobbered them, : 1JnJted usa .

I and then met NAS Glynco and BOQ 18 -6 Fast Pitch Standings. : -\wy This si Formal Dress Only ..
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beat them 15-7, 15-11, and 154. AIMD Staff 18-6 VA-37 4 0 -..--.. ****** .
The team then moved into the AMD No. 1 17-7 VA-105 4 1

.' \, finals against NAS Memphis and CPO 16% -7V4 AMD 3 1

Cecil went wild beating them 15- Dental 15-9 VA-45 .. ;" 3 2 :,:, 4' :

3,15-4, and 15-2. BesldesWurster, ADMIN 14V -9V4 Ops < 2 3 Freedom Tree .i' .t: /. :
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other members of the team who Marines 1410 VA-174 0 2 .
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contributed heavily to the CLAW-1 1212 Supply 0 3

championship are ,Jerry Brewerof NWSED ., 1014_ VA-15; 0 4 Dedications Slated > .
V AEarl Leach. and Don Comm. 9 -15 Golf .

Hougham of, NAMTD, Willie GEMD 8 -16 .
Louise White used only 23 puttsto ..
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Governor Ruebin Askew has 1 at NAS Jax. On the same day at :
Williams of VA-82, P. W.. Mc- VA-45 7 -17 win low gross honors on the
proclaimed the week Station the
Naval
beginningJune Mayport,
Whorter of VA-12,J. F. Martin of Weapons 3 -21 final 18 of the CFWGA 54 hole
3 in honor of those Freedom Tree for CDR Fred
SOFTBALLSlow
VA-45 and Paul Seid of Air
n Ops. Millie
tourney. 1st low net went to
Americans who are still missing Wright will be dedicated at the
The next hurdle is the .Smith Pitch Results: Rosenbeck and 2nd low net wentto
:- in Action. The Lest We Forget chapel beginning at 1:00: p.m. ..,
Julie DURLAND.Trophies and Committee is sponsoring Other dedications are .
LEAVE COMING UP? awarded at
prizes will be a Freedom Tree Dedications scheduled 'as follows; I
luncheon to be held on May 31st at the
throughout Jacksonville area May 28..MSGT Jacob Mercer -
your IlJlIlf@IFIIIl JCS fjJ@P2Jlif1fJ the ORF at 2:30.: to comemmorate this occasion. Sandlewood High School. June
This ends the Thursday
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Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your Glenn St. Matthews School,
( watch this column for starting 1966,will be dedicated on Sunday
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_JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PGEI9
Record Holders Return




Track" and Field Meet Scheduled Here Tune 7 '.

., -
Jax-The annual Track and Field .
meet has
been
set .
If this year for June 7. All military personnel on active second place individual -:,

duty for at least 90 days or more are eligible to enter. i the relays.
Points toward the : ,
t few simple rules Ironman T ;' :
A He ran both times in June Championshipwill

besides the National 1967. Ken Alston, ,Marine be awarded as follows.
1 Federation and Alliance Bks, ran the 220 last year 1st place 500 points; 2nd J

f' rules, will be in effect for .7 sec. off the Record Pace. > place 400 points; 3rd

f the meet. In the 440-yard( dash, Al ; : ; place 300 points; 4th .',,'
;. The rosters are limited Mosgaritolo of the I:i y. ? place 200 points. Ad- .i\'
t to 35 participants from Hospital '!'%." ,. ditional places in final r -;:,
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sprinted to a 53.8 .{f} '
I, each command, and must time. He will return this Smith standings for the meet will ".
I be turned in to the Athletic year to defend his record. receive 100 points each. Alston :

Director's Office, King Meet scoring will be for ::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::r::: ::.::ow:;::.:..;.r.....:_:;.:.;:;_:;..:r__.__.;__ mzi; ;_;:r:_ r a' "
I, Hall at least five days Ron Smith of Marine ..::,: .
four places. This : :.., 'I
prior to the meet. Bks.., ran the 880 last year system y} ..
f' The Meet.is. scheduled to in 2:03.1: record setting will be utilized in all American r .
events, as follows: 1st L .::::::
at 2 Par- time, while EJ Motors
begin Marine ,
f. p.m. place five points 2nd .. :: :::
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to teammate John ..
ticipants are requested Fretwell
place three points 3rd "Th Guaranteed. Can". ::::: .'
check in 1:30 took the mile ; ;
; by p.m. one run in 1
place two points and 4th
I: Events scheduled to be record setting time of 4:36.: place one point. AMX -Javelin -Ambassador- Matador :::::

run this year will -include Trophies will be r{.; HORNET A GREMLIN. .:.:.:.:. -
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V the 100-yard dash, 220-yard( In the field events Bill awarded to the r ; 737-3400 1;
Championand D. HOMIB OO "A HOTPRESIDENT
Manning high jumped 6 ft., I:?: <
dash; 440-yard dash; 880- Runner-up teams :r: :::::::
1 in., in May 197 for that
yard run mile run high
t. ; ; with individual
trophies .
record. The broad S4 I 5 PHIUIPS H.GHiVA YJACKSONVILLE.
running
: jump broad jump pole SOUTHSIDE | AMERICAN
; ; being awarded to first and ., HQRltfA
vault; shot put ((12 pound); jump is held by Bob Barr. second place winners in all :::::::

, sprint medley relay and His distance was 20 ft., events. There will not be ti v: ::;::{:{%:
': the mile relay. Individualsmay lO&in. He set this recordin

enter as many events June 1968. S S !!
desire.
, as they "
The
pole Vault record of CD >E1tS Standing' Boultvard
Several track records 12 ft., was set by Bill House of quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center]
have been standing since Phone 771-9223
Phillips in June 1967 while
1967 Bill Knepp holds the the 12 pound shot was Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is.

100-yard dash record at 9.8 I tossed 50 ft.,2Vfcin.by Sam FAMILY NIGHT
and also the 220-yard dash ]Bryant in 1971.
STEAK Your of
record with a time of 22.06. The only two relays to be CHICKEN{&

. ]run this year will be the $199 DUMPLINGS or 89,
r ]mile ,relay and the 1100-()( NIGHT
CHOPPED STEAK
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Both relay records are LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM
! )held by Marine Barracks.
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C rhey ran the Mile relay in
1:43: : in 1971 and they

printed; the 1100-yard

nedley relay in 2:07.:
z This year's competitions

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han ever, since some of -,., "'. \-

Mosgahtolo the eturning.record holders are : :. .'::7". ;r;.:.:

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CHAMECIIS 27n: FLAPJAX 30 42WOMEN'S FAST PITCH
AMERICAN LEAGUE W L '
POP TOPS 26 42 LIB 27 34 .
ADPERS 22 42 PELICANS 21 43 :.:.;. :&::m"m.: :: VW-4,2 ,12 HOSPITAL,2MATSG VP-16,5 VP-49 4 ..or 1
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PACIFIC LEAGUE FICEUR,13 MARINE BKS,2 .
Intramural Golf VARSITY I VP-24"A" 4 2
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