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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 6, 1971
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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winter clothes? Getting ready to move?
\ Spring cleaning?

.. When you come across usable or repairable articles

,: which you no longer need-think of Goodwill. Deposit
: those clothes and smaller articles in the Goodwill drop-

box at the main exchange or one of many in Jackson-
r ville..or call Goodwill at 389-0383 and their truck will

pick up what you have to offer. M
The recent 'Good Turn Day' headed by RAdm.

Lawrence Heyworth, commander Fleet Air Jackson-

ville, produced enough material to keep the han-
dicapped at Goodwill Industries busy for about four

months, but their needs are year round-so keep them in
mind. i

Goodwill is 'people helpIng' people'-operated for the A

}; evaluation, work adjustment, training, rehabilitation,
1" and placement of handicapped persons. It is a hard

working, non-profit organization which provides 'Not

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Squadron: always eager to extend a
; use helping hand, has found a group of children very muchin

Night Has 'Soul' need of assistance, and is appealing to the personnelof
NAS Jax to render the necessary aid.

Hosts Several months ago, the nuns would appreciate donations of
One will put a little'Soul' into Family Night as they at El Salvador, an elementary any useable clothing. They are in
another specially planned dinner for military personnel school in Jerez Spain, issued an greatest need of girls clothing as
their guests May 18 from 5 to6:30: p.m. emergency plea for food and the student body is made up of 500
! Ball clothing. VP-5 learned of the girls aged 5 to 14, and 76 boys
for dinner must be made by calling Ext. 3302 or school's plight and has decided to between the ages of 3 and 6.
before May 14. Prices are 55 cents for enlistees on provide both food and clothing for Clothing containers have been
65 cents for adults and 30 cents for children 12 years the children. placed at the following positionsfor
I Jax-The Jacksonville USO'sannual under. The squadron has already ease of deposit: Navy Ex-
Armed Forces Week made plans for food and cooking change, Commissary Store and
Military Ball will be held next utensils to be delivered to the the Hangars.
Friday evening May 14from 8 to J&.M. Soul Night Menu .. school, and VP-5's Officers and Any persons interested in the
midnight at the Jacksonville Enlisted Wives Clubs have project or desiring information
Beach Community Center and volunteered to aid the cause by may contact the CommanderFleet
May 15 from 8:30: p.mto mid- Chicken Rice Soup conducting a clothing drive herein Air Wing 11 Public Affairs
night at the Prudential Building Fried Chicken or Jacksonville. Officer by calling 772-2147 772-
Auditorium and Lounge. French Fried Fish El Salavador School houses
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Admission will be free and Sweet Potato Pone students from a very poor sectionof 2174.VP5 hopes that through a
servicemen must have their Seasoned Fried Potatoes Turnip Greens with Pot Liquor 4(' Jerez, and many of the combined effort,life can be madea
military ID cards and wear coats Boiled Blackeyed Peas f\ students are without one or bothof little more comfortable for the
and ties for the formal event. Southern Style Corn Bread their parents. Other than their Ninos and Ninas of El Savador.
Ladies between 17 and 25 years of 'Soul Salads Drink'COOKING and Desserts school uniforms, the students Please, before you throw those
age are invited to attend but have very little clothing and it is shoes sweaters, and dresses
must request pass at local USO by no means adequate.The away consider the children of El
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Cdr. Wetzel Becomes VP-16 CObusy I


Jax-'I am ready to be relieved.' year, but a successful and reins was Cdr. Jim Wetzel.
'I relieve you, Sir.' productive year. Is he glad it's lie has served a year's ap-
With this traditional exchangeof over? preticeship as Executive Officerof
words and accompanyingsalutes 'I consider commanding a the Eagles. Now it is his
Cdr. James F. Wetzel squadron the most interestingand squadron. Now that 'most in-
relieved Cdr. Ernest R. Nordt- rewarding job the Navy has teresting and rewarding job'
vedt as commanding officer of to offer,' Cdr. Nordtvedt stated. cherished by Ernie Nordtvedt is
Patrol Squadron 16. Now an era has ended for 'The his. He now has complete
+ p; r To many, it was just another Skipper* lie will soon be leaving responsibility for over 350 men
vl Y y, .p Y+ ++ tE ceremony.Just another reason to Jacksonville for a desk job in the and nine P-3 'Orion' aircraft He
+ put on dress whites and stand in Bureau of Naval Personnel in must keep these men and
ranks. rust more band music and Washington D.C. It marks machines constantly ready to
spe fV :3. But to these two men it another step up in his career, deploy at any point on the globeor
wad pi chaps the most importantday another rung on the proverbial to launch on a moment's noticeto
$ # In their lives. ladder to success, but it also investigate an enemy intruderin
; d :It Kid been a good year for Cdr. marks the end of an era with the our waters.
Nordtvedt. Under his command, operational forces. Over 15 years of training have
the.squadron was awarded the This is the Navy Cdr. Nordt helped prepare Cdr. Wetzel for
Flee Air Wing 11 Battle Efficiency vedt has grown to love. What this awesome task. Since being
'E', designating them challenges await him in commissioned an ensign in 1955,
the number one patrol squadron Washington only time will tell, his Naval tours have carried him
UP A STORM-The way to a man's heart Is through his squadron in the Jacksonvillearea. but the excitement, the from the Far East to northern
of. The past year had seen his camaraderie and rewards of Europe. lie has served with two
stomach.: Any good skipper knows that, and VW-4 Commanding
squadron deployed from Norwayand squadron life ended with, 'I other patrol squadrons, filling
ficer Cdr. Paul L. Siverly is no exception. The Hurricane Hunters CO
spent his lunch hour Friday cooking hamburgers for his men in an the Arctic Circle to the relieve you, Sir,' at 11:30: on last billets in every area of squadron
southern most tip of South Thursday morning in Hangar activity.
effort to assist the Jacksonville Officers' Wives Club Fund Raising
Committee. The fund raising drive will be climaxed by the May 8 America. When not deployed, his 1000. lie was born in Beulah, North
had maintained But l life must continue usual
squadron sur- as Dakota and attended Jamestown
be
where Kamehameha'
Hawaiian Luau at the Officers Club 'King
veillance on Soviet intruders near for the 'Eagles' of Patrol College in Jamestown North
selected from among the commanding officers to reign over the event.
our own shores. It had been a Squadron 16. The man who took Dakota.

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p.m. America's
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Mother's Day Noon Special
Tennle Chenault
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Noon Special Noon Go-Go The Pleasers Go-Go Girls

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CPO ladles Night: Tommy'C' Mother's Happy Hour Meat Chicken and
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Officers Beefeaters Seafood Special JOWc' Mother's Day ButtetlnMaln I Italian I ,' Beefeaters

Night Dancing I to HawaIIan luau Buffet Dining Room Night Night
Club Tommy Brooks 11:30-8 p.m. 11 a.m..1:45: p.m.



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11 a.m to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Weekends Friday/ a Saturday Your
Friday/ 11 '.m. to Midnight 1 p'm., to 1:30: '.m. 11 '.m. to 1 a.m. WEEKDAYS

11 ..m. to 2 '.m. Friday A Saturday Weekdays Sunday GALLEY NO.: Breakfast to 7:30: a.m.; Dlnner-11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Supper

Saturday 11 '.m. to 1 I.m. 11 a.m to 1 '.m. Noon to Midnight to 5:30: p.m- Sandwich line served at dinner only.
t '.m. to 2 '.m. GALLEY NO. 3t Breakfast-5:30: to 7 a.m; Dlnner-11 a.m. to 12:30: p.m.,
Sunday Closed/ Mondays Monday thru Thur Club Supper-5 to 6:15: p.m. Sandwich WEEKENDS line open AND In Wings HOLIDAYS 5 and 6 at dinner only.

a.m. to Midnight 11 '.m. to Midnight BOTH GALLEYS Early Bre.kf.st-6:30 to 8:30: a.m.; Brunch-9:30: a.m. to
12:30 p.m.; Supper.4 to 5:30 p.m.
COMRATS prices/ : Breakfast cents Dinner and Brunch-70 cents Supper-55
Jax 86 Observes cents. The following menu Is served at both galleys.


24th AnniversaryJaxNavy Friday,May 7BREAKFAST..Homnv Breaded Veal Cutlets, Brown Gravy,
/ Grits, Spanish Rice/ ,Polonnalse Cauliflower,
Wives Club Jax 86 Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Fried Eggsto Buttered June Peas, Pound Cake.
Order, Minced Beef on Toast,
will hold a luncheon at noon
Lyonnalse Potatoes, Choice of Luncheon SANDWICH LINE-Sloppy Joes on
tomorrow for members and Meat, or Pork Sausage, Hamburger Bun or Grilled Ham &
guests only. The luncheon is to Assorted Danish Pastry.DINNER.Chicken Cheese Sandwiches.
commemorate the club's 24th / / Noodle Soup, SUPPER-Beef Pot Pie, Biscuit
Y anniversary and will be Sea Food Platter of Fried Shrimp, Topping, Braised Spareribs with
con
1 Flounder, Fried Scallops or Sweet & Sauerkraut, Buttered Egg Noodles,
ducted at Compton Hall, Building Sour Pork, Steamed Rice, Tarter Fried Hominy,. Seasoned Green
716. Sauce.Cocktail Sauce, Buttered Whole Beans, Pound Cake.Tuesday .
Kernel Corn, Buttered Peas,Yellow
Cake with Chocolate Icing. ,May 11
SANDWICH LINE-Grllled Cheeseor BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried
Grilled Hamburgers.SUPPERBreaded Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef,
Pork Chops or on Toast, Choice of Luncheon Meat or
Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Brown Pork Sausage, Baked Pork 4 Beans,
m wrnw Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.DINNERVeget.be .
Chilled Apple Sauce, Seasoned Green / Soup, Fried
Beans, Harvard Beets, Yellow Cake Ham Steaks, Mashed Sweet Potatoes,
with Chocolate Icing.S.turd.y Snowflaked Potatoes, Buttered Lima
4 4 Beans, Seasoned Carrots,' Southern

'c. n ,May I Style Corn Bread, Iced Layer Cake.

BREAKFAST..Hot Oatmeal/, SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Cheeseor
FUEL DEPOT HAILS M-Lt. John Cain, officer In charge of fttt Chilled Apricots, Fried Eggs to Order, Variety Meat Sandwich.SUPPERSwiss .
Navy Fuel Depot In Jacksonville, assists Capt. W.W. Paulsen, SC, PROTESTANT Grilled Hot Cakes, with Hot Maple Steak with Brown
Syrup, Choice of Ham Bacon, Gravy, Fried
or Rice, /
Blackeyed
NAVAL AIR STATION Boiled
officer of the Navy Fuel Supply Office In Wash. D.C. In
commanding ,
> Baked Pork & Beans, Creamed Dried Peas, Buttered Broccoli Spears, Iced
cutting a blrthdaycakeat the Depot's 20th anniversary celebration, SUNDAY Beef, Assorted Cake Doughnuts. Layer Cake.
Holy Communlon-8:30 a.m. at
All Saints BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order,
Church
Chapel. School
Breakfast Meat or Grilled
12
Wednesday May
(all ages) 9:30 a.m. at Chapel Cheeseburgers French Fried BREAKFAST-HominY Grits, Fried
Annex. Divine Worship 10:30: at Potatoes, Baked Beans, Assorted Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes with
= All Saints' Chapel. Cake Doughnuts, Maple Cake with Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or
Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Mocha Icing.SUPPERNavy. Bacon, Hash Brown Potatoes, Minced
Bean ,
Soup Yankee Beef, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.
High) 10:30: at Chapel Annex. Pot Roast of Beef, Natural Gravy, DINNER-Beef Rice Soup, Baked

The lAX AIR NEWS It a ,Civilian' Enterprise' Newspaper Junior and. senior youth Seasoned Franconla Potatoes, Fried Cabbage, Chicken, Creamed Gravy, Snowflaked
distributed. each Thursday at the V. S. Naval Air Station Fellowship-l:30p.m.: at Bldg.722. with Mocha Lima Icing.Beans, Maple Cake Potatoes, Cornbread Dressing Fried/ ,
Cranberry Sauce, French
Jacksonville,. Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a Evening Worship-7 p.m. -at Cauliflower, Buttered Mixed
private firm.' AU Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS small Chapel. Vegetables, Blueberry Pie.

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs' Office' Box 1. NAS Tuesday SundyM.y 9 SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Hamburgers

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Senior Choir Rhearsal-7 p.m. at, BREAK FA ST..Hominy Grits, and Cheeseburgers.
Chilled SUPPER-Chili Con Carne, or Beef
750 and Christian Tomato
Bldg
Science Juice
,
items are welcomed from all Fried Eggs to
sources. Telephone 771.3118 or Order, Grilled Porcupines, Steamed Rice, French
Service 8 at small French
3119. p.m; Chapel. Maple Syrup, Choice Toast with Fried Potatoes, Southern Style
of
NAVAL HOSPITAL Meatr Pork Sausage Luncheon Greens Buttered'Squash, BlueberryPie.
Hash
"Everything' advertised In this publication must be made Divine Worship-10 a.m. Potatoes, Assorted Cake Doughnut.Browned .

available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, NATTC Breakfast BRUNCH-Fried ,Eggs to Order,

creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser user, or Divine Worship-11 a.m. at Bldg. tarter, French Meat or Fried Grilled Frank. Thursday,May 13

patron. A confirmed' violation or rejection of this' policy of equal 500 Baked Beans Assorted Potatoes, BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal,
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Doughnuts, Apple Pie.SUPPER.Corn Cake Chilled Orange Juice, Fried Eggs to
Order, of
Cheese Omelet, Choice
CATHOLIC
advertising' from that source." Virginia. .!! Chowder, Baked Luncheon Meat, Pork Sauce, Baked
Saturday Mass-5 Ham
p.m. at St. with Pineapple Pork
ft Si Beans, Yankee Style Corn
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass- Sweet Raisins,Potatoes Whipped Potatoes, candied Bread, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.
, 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass Seasoned Boiled Carrots, DINNER..Chicken Noodle Soup,
such ihould be directed Brussels
(N concerning' to: Monday-11 a.m., Tuesday Sprouts, Apple Pie Italian/ Spaghetti with Meat Sauce,
Ravioli/ Pizza Pie/ Parmesan Cheese,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY through. Friday-ll+30 a.m. MondayMaylOiltt Garlic Toast, Buttered Spinach/

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Saturday Confession 10:30 and Seasoned Asparagus Tips, PumpkinPie.
11:15: a.m f .
Telephone 388-2755
NATTC SUPPBR-Bralsed Pork Chops

VOL. 29 NO., 7 MAY 6,. 1971 Sunday Mass-9:30 a.m., Bldg. Apple Steamed Sauce Rice, ,Okra Tomato& Tomato Gravy, Chilled Juice,

500 / Jumbo Corn on the Cob, PumpkinPie.
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I Red Cross Birthday

",

NAS Cecil.Today la the 143rd Terence also adopted the red first step toward the broad
birthday of the American Red cross on a white background as program of the Armed Forces

Cross For 143 years the Red the international I symbol for their and to civilians during wartime ,v ,
Cross has been on the job day and movement that have become traditional.
night to serve people from walks 1860-1865-Miss Clara Barton
of life. The history of the Red provided medical supplies and MISSION OF TIlE RED CROSS

Cross is a very vivid and colorfulone. nursing service to the wounded In -
The American Red
From 1862 to 1971 the Red many battles during the U.S. Ai -
Cross..the medium of
Cross has been on the job. Civil War before she learned 1'jjjr
relief and
voluntary
about the International Cross.
communication betweenthe
Here is a. brief summary of She also proposed a national
American and
what the Red Cross has done over cemetery around the graves of people
their Armed forces and
the years. the prisoners of Andcrsonville ,
1862-Henri Dunant published 'A prison. to..prevent and mitigate
caused by ;
Memory of Solferlno', his 1870-1905-She learned of the disasters.suffering
eyewitness account of the Geneva Convention and was

casualties from the battle of inspired by 'A Memory of and
Solferino, of the inadequate Solfernio and gained practical Nationally
preparations for care of the experience with volunteers of the locally..governed by AI---
volunteers most of its
wounded, and of the voluntaryaid International Red Cross duringthe duties RETIRE AT 30 YEARSI! You would think that after 30 years of
provided by the Women of Franco-Prussian War in 1870. volunteers are performed and it by Is service to the Navy, in which you saw duty flying In the south Pacific,
Caaugllone. This book was the Due to her efforts, President financed against the Jap Zero's all the way to the present day Viet Nam con.
by voluntary
motivating force behind the Arthur signed and the Senate contributions. flict, that a person would be ready to relax for a while. Not so in the
Geneva Conference of 1863 which ratified the Geneva Treaty In case of AOCS B.K. Jtrnlcan, who is going to take a |lob as a deputy
created an International 1882, the year after Miss Barton Red Cross service to the Armed sheriff in Semlnole County.Good Luck to you and your family on your

humanitarian agreement, the and a group of supporters formed Forces is authorized by Public new career and may you be as successful in your new career as you
Geneva Convention, and the the first Red Cross organization Law 131, 83rd Congress; DOD were in the old one.
system of national societies now In Washington D.C. with charters Directive 1330.5 and SECNAV
known as Red Cross Societies. granted by Congress. The 1905 Instr 57C0.1A, AR 930.5 and AFR
These societies were to give aid charter provided for close 21.Ml. and is designed to support J
on a neutral basis to the sick and working relations between the and supplement without
wounded; the treaty or con- Federal government and the duplication those activities that
vention called for international American Red Cross. Under her affect the health, recreation and I1tHy

agreement for protection and very active direction, AmericanRed morale of service personnel and
care of the sick and wounded. Cross devoted its first 20 their families. :

1864-The diplomatic conference years to disaster relief; The 1881 Service to members of the
met in Geneva with delegates fires in Michigan; the 1884 Armed Forces is provided by

from 16 governments. The United Mississippi River floods; 1889 approximately 2500 Field k: '
States observers were able to Johnston, Pa. flood; 1892 famine Directors and their assistantsand :
demonstrate that as a result of in Russia and the 1889 disaster in by more than 3,000 Red Cross
the Civil War experience with the Turkey and Armenia. At 77 years Chapters in cities and towns. N"'ra

U.S. Sanitary Commission, a of age, she personally conducted gorr..rs.rePHONE
voluntary organization could relief operations in Cuba duringthe 3888535 II
work effectively with the Spanish-America war. Aid I I
government in accordance with was given to American Forces I

the principles originally propsedby prisoners of war and to Cuban
Henri Dunant This con- refugees. This last effort was the 1 = (! 61 I II


I Jacksonville Florida 32204 I h

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JACKSONVILLE'S ONCE IN A LIFE TIME W.L. Mooneyham AMCS completed 23
I USEDCAMERASAND' II years service to the Navy last week and you would think that was
EOUIPMENTWEPAY: enough service to one fellowman but thief Mooneyham has other

TOP DOLLAR.388 I ideas. He is going to Raiford prision to help the inmates by teaching
IBR/NO THIS AD WITH vow I them a trade while they are in prison. To you Chief and to you Mrs.
Ii----------. Mooneyham we here at NAS Cecil wish you God's speed.



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Four Retirees HonoredJaxTwo FJC Begins .1


Chief Petty Officers from Air Operations

AMSC Irwin Horejs and ACCS Samuel Goble, retired SpringTerltl.

from the Navy Friday, each having served more than 20
.years of active duty.
: Jax-RcgUtraUon for Spring
Chief Horejs was assigned as eluding VP-16 and VP-30 here in day and evening classes at
Leading Chief of Air Operationsand Jacksonville; FASRON at Cecil Florida Junior College is being
I has completed 36 years in the Field and VP-83 at NAS Natal, held through May 12 at FJC
Navy. He has served with num- Brazil. campuses and numerous full-
erous ship and squadrons inSDCAibuya Among his many medals are time centers. Classes begin today
the World War II Victory Medal, J_ for non-credit, adult and con-
-F- American Campaign Medal,. w. tinuing education courses.
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Vietnam Service Medal with
ACCS Goble AMSC Horts| Central Adult Day registrationwill
Bronze Star
Navy Unit Com-
be held 9 a.m.to 2
p.m.;
3 Service mendation Medal Ribbon with Bronze, Korean Star Fishing Licenses Not Central Evening, 3 to 9 p.m.;
,
4tl Asiatic Commendation Pacific Stanton Adult, 4 to 9 p.m. and
Technical Adult, 2 to 9
p.m.
Campaign Medal, Naval Reserve
Service Medal and Navy Oc- Required for ServicemenTallahassee Students who wish to enroll In
cupation ServiceRibbon with any of the non-credit classes at
European Clasp. the part-time adult centers
Chief Goble concluded a 22- Fla.-A bill that Frye said, 'Some who advocate throughout Duval and Nassau
year Naval career which began will exempt servicemen home on repeal of the cane pole license Counties may register at the
just prior to the Korean Conflict leave from buying fishing claim that most of the funds first class meeting during the
Throughout the years he has licenses passed the Florida accruing from the license have summer term. These classes are
served at air stations in Pen- House of Representatives been used to administer the held from 7 to 10 p.m. Monday
sacola, Key West, Brunswick, Wednesday, April 28, by a vote of laws, 'This is simply not so.' through Thursday except at
: Maine; Sanford, Florida; Rota 109-0, according to the Game and He added, 'Enforcement is Forrest and Stanton schools,
Spain, with GCA 29 FASRON 200 Fresh Water Fish Commission, much simpler now than before. which are open five nights a
In Blackbushe, England, and while an amendment to the Previously our officers had to week.
Antarctic Support AcitiviUes Det. servicemen's bill that would also check all fishermen to see if he Registration for the adult part-
'B' at Mayport. have exempted fishermen who had a license, whether he was in time centers will be from 7 to 9
Others who retired are SDC fish with cane poles failed by a his home country, and whether or p.m. June 15-24, with classes
Candido Agbuya, Leading Chiefof vote of 53-57. not he was using an artificial lureor starting June 21. A wide range of
the BOQ; and LCdr. Robert E. To help clear the fishing rod and reel. Under the vocational technical
Neblett who was assigned to the waters,Dr.O.E. Frye,director of present law the same people are occupational fields will be offered
Military Personnel office and the the Game and Fresh Water Fish checked, but the officer, for all by FJC as part of its community
I 'Administration Department_____ Commission said, 'The bill to practical purposes, needs only to concept.
m exempt servicemen was spon- determine whether the fisherman
sored by the Commission and has a license or a welfare card.'
endorsed by organized sportsmen Welfare cards are routinely Take your baby
groups. The amendment that supplied to all welfare recipients,
would have repealed the cane and fishermen who receive
pole fishing license provision is welfare assistance are exempt ..
opposed by the Commission and from fishing license purchase.

sportsmen organizations.' to a specialist.WE .

According to Frye, oppositionto A REA M.. MAINTAIN IT
the license
cane pole fishing
WITH LOVING CARE
tt\ I appears to be based more on
emotions than on the resource TOM BUSH VolkswagenfceqeMtSquaw
involved and does not seem to 4R1"ES OJpj
originiate from jlhe fishermen
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I: Jax Navy Finance Office Celebrates 9th. AnniversaryJaxThe I


Navy Finance -Office the open house by Cdr. CJ" standing attitude displayed by Lois McAninch Shearer who and certainly Mrs. Doris In i I

here celebrated its ninth anniversary Collins, officer in charge: Miss Thornton. dicated they were motivated
last week with an open Mildred Mullins of the Fiscal The Public Voucher Division the best service to
toward giving
house and dinner dance. Division was honored for lauded by two letters of appreciation claimant
Representatives from all commands satisfactory completion of for the 'division'swillingness every Combs of the Fiscal
served by the NFO at- correspondence course 'Per and attitude which Peggy received a certificate of
Division
and
tended the open house. sonnel Administration' and presented a most efficient recognition for accumlating 1,000 %
The event provided an op- Evelyn Thornton of the'Military pleasant demonstrated atmosphere sick leave while employedin
hours
portunity for everyone to meet Pay Division received a letter of .' The second letter, the Federal Civil Service.
with and talk to the NFO personnel appreciation for services ren- from Mr. S.M. O'Loughlin, Dorothy Newcombe from
who handled the pay dered to VA-37. The letter states praised the division for 'an ex DK2 Administrative Division and
records for approximately 100 that 'Miss Thornton's ability to peditious, accurate' and pleasant the Beverly Brisbon of the .r
local activities and commands.The assist..was highly efficient Of handling of my 'recent claims. Miss Voucher Division received
Public
following awards and particular note was the Specifically, I was very checks for beneficial

presentations.were made during willingness to help and the out favorably impressed by Mrs. award suggestions adopted by the Navy Iii-- .. ..-
-- ; rI Finance Office.
In conclusion of the CIVIL SERVICE RETIREE.
w ceremonies, two members of the Mrs. Luicille P. McDowell opensa
Military Pay Division, Joye gift at her retirement party at
Russell and Glenna Royse, were the Navy Finance Officer here
elected as chairman and memberof where she has been employed for
the Employees' Council the past 18 years. She retired with
respectively. 27 years.of Civil Service work.




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FINANCE EMPLOYEES HONORED-Cdr. C.J. Collins, NFO officer In charge, presents letter of .L."w.-- -
recognition to (L-R) Glenna Royce, Joy Russell, Peggy Combs, DK2 Dorothy Newcombe, Mildred DISBURSING CHIEF Senior Chief Ray was the
Mullins, Beverly Brisbon, Doris McAninch and Lois Shearer. RETIRES-DKCS James W. Ray supervisor of the Military Pay
and his wife cut the cake during a
I retirement ceremony markingthe Divison and leading chief at the
M} end of a 30-year Navy career. Navy Finance Office here.

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: Veterans Administration Outlines ; VT.r -j *

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i Steps to Obtain GI Bill Benefits t


y The Veterans Administration should not be stuffed with your Status, from the registrar, local
J recently reminded the 43,000 dirty laundry and forgotten. County Veterans Service Officer,
r veteran students enrolled under otherwise VA will forget to pay or the VA Office nearest you.
the Vietnam GI Bill in Florida you. Send this form to the VA In St ';;>i;
that they have the responsibility (3)) Veterans re-enrolling Petersburg with proof of the : ., ;'
notifying the VA of their status should make sure that the change (i.e., birth certificate, ... ,; ..,"j, ::, '
and any changes. Registrar's Office forwards to marriage certificate, divorce ': .
Odel W. Vaughn director of the VA-as soon as possible-their decreee, death certificate, etc.)
VA in SL Petersburg, offered a certificate of re-enrollment (VA ((6)) A change of school or \
few pointers: Form 21E-1W9)) course must be reported to the 41
((1)) First Time GI Bill students ((4)) A change in credit hours VA. Get VA Form 21E-1995 in to
should get their Certificate of means that VA Form 2lE-1990b VA well ahead of the actual :
Eligibility from the VA at least must be sent in by the Registrar change (VA may not be able to \
one month before: registration. immediately. Veterans should approve the change. Find out .
t ((2)) Certificate of Eligibility confirm that this is done. before switching).
should be submitted to the ((5)) A new wife or baby will ,,
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Come see the big ,0' -'- ,

RESCUED AT LAST CE2 Pat Wasson brings 'Slnbad' down to
earth after scaling a tall pine tree where the cat had been stranded for
w new addition to our three days. Local resident GySgt. Ramberg made several calls for
help to various station departments, but was unable to get assistanceuntil
in desperation he turned to Sea Bee Unit 410 where Wasson is
attached. Slightly nervous and more than a little thirsty, Sinbad was
little family none the worse for his ordeal and has returned to his routine habits
which (we hope) don't include climbing trees.

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s Squadron 45 heldan proving (??) that they were too
K all hands picnic at the NAS young to join the race.
f Skeet Range Saturday which was Chief Brooks also, conductedegg
attended by the entire squadron, pitching contests and egg
their wives, children, and races to give everyone a chancein
The new VW411 4-door sedan. girlfriends. Fare for the 360 men the competition. Trophieswere
awarded to the winners and
of VP-45 and their guests in-
," r. cluded hot dogs, hamburgers, ribbons for all contestants-large,
When we sat down to design our big sedan But we kept at It. And what we came up potato salad, baked beans, soft small, young and old.
we knew It wouldn't be easy, to be honest with, we're proud to point out, Is something drinks and beer. The officers and men of VP-45
there were times when we didn't think It was Incredible. The VW411 designed and built wish to extend a special thanks to
:' possible. from scratch. Tested Under rugged everyone who worked to coor-
European conditions for 3 years, It has The men and children beganthe and the
dinate the
There were certain things we just didn'twant proven Itself the truly great auto we had day with a rollicking game of picnic prepare
food which enjoyedby
delicious was
to lose one of them being our hoped to build. Not |lust bigger, but bigger softball, during which the
reputation for economy. and better, Including: youngsters showed the 'old- all.

.. timers' a few new tricks on the
: 1. Fully automatic 3-speed transmission 20. Deep-dish steering wheel diamond. Lunch was followed bya Jax's GreatestFURNITURE
Y 2. Radial ply tires 21. 3 coats of paint large agenda of events which
.c.. 3. Electronic fuel Injection system 22. Built-in headrests included races for all age groups,
4. Rear-mounted aif-cooled engine 23. Collapsible steering column coordinated by Career Retention
5. Metallic paint 24. Sports car chassis Chief R.L. Brooks. The men of Values!
6. Coil spring shock absorber struts up 25. Independent 4-wheel suspension system VP-45 got quite a shock when WHOLESALE
front 26. 14.1 cu. ft. fully carpeted luggage there were no contestants in the
7. Trailing wishbones with coil springs in compartmentback ladies race for ages 18-35. It PRICE TO EVERYONE
27. Bumpers with rubber Inserts appeared that no one really knew
: 8. Cloth interior 28. Big, deep window for better visibility how old his wife was. OPEN
9. Glare-proof padded dashboard 29. Seat belts front and rear The only unpleasant incident of EVERYDAY
10. Adjustable bucket seats 30. Double-jointed rear axle the day occurred when Lt. (jg)
: 11. Electric clock 31. Thermostatically controlled auxiliary R.G. Simpson reached the finish
12. Day night rearview mirror heating system line before Cdr. S.J. McArdle, SUNDAY
+ 13. Door.to door carpeting 32. Self-adjusting disc brakes up front VP-45 commanding officer, in the Tit P.MSURPLUS
: 14. Electric rear window defogger 33. Drum brakes in back men's 18-35-year-old race. Mr.
15. Pneumatic windshield washers' 34. A 24-24 warranty Simpson is now in hack for his
0 16. Flow-through ventilation system with a 35. 4 free VW Diagnosis checkups thoughtless action.
4 2-speed fresh air blower 36. About 22 miles to the gallon Only two men were unable to GOODS

17. All-steel unitized body But best of all our new 411 costs less than participate in the 18-35 race: Cdr.
18. Steel bottom sealed with undercoating C.F. Cook DISCOUNT STORE
other big sedans. Come see our big boy executive officer, and
19. Ignition steering lock today and you'll know why we're so proud. LCPO L.L. Kriz. They both had u> Beach B'vd' ">
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bIND Commandant Praises-



Non Comf ormis t Defenders


'The man who assumes the right to defend his

country today is a non-conformist in the face of growing

obstacles ,to military service,' according to RAdm.

Herman J. Kossler, commandant of the Sixth Naval
,
District.

Last week, RAdm. Kossler
addressed Jacksonville Navy Raymond, membership; Ken
League Council members at their Lancaster, programs vice
annual dinner meeting and In- president; Henry Dartigalongue, ,
stallation of officers here at the public relations; Capt. Raymond
Officer's Club. Kline, Sea Cadet Program; H B.
Robson, special projects j W. H. I ;
The commandant expressed Doechler ,
retention; John ",
his feelings about the nation's Houser
secretary JameS'
;
plans to convert to an all Taylor
Treasurer David Lewis
; ,
volunteer military force by July Judge Advocate and Ed Bailey
1, 1973 and warned that this, Chaplain.
along with defense cuts, may "
cause serious setbacks to the

military's strength, especially
the Navy's. SEA CADETS from the local W \
FDR Squadron chat with Frank
'While the popular trend is to Alcorn (second from left), past
degrade the military,we need the president of the Navy League;
support of our people to maintainour and the newly appointed
strength,' he said. president, John Briggs, at the
lie cited the Navy League for Navy's League's annual dinner
promoting public interest in meeting at the Officer's Club.
!Navy and Marine Corps activitiesin i 1J J

me area. me league also
supports the local Sea Cadet

Program.Four Sea Cadets Doug Dennis,
Robert Cunningham and Tom
Rett from Orange Park High; 'It. O
and Jimmy Clayton.from r
Forrest High,were special guestsat F
the Navy League meeting UI 1
John L. Briggs was chosen
president to replace Frank

Alcorn. 'Others who were appointed _
to council posts are .y w
Rodman Porter Jr., vice
president for Highline; George { /7'
Gerbert, vice president of .
meeting arrangements; Robert ,
.
Model' C I
Sign of a Red Cross blood bank Don lust peek! Open
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eyes) You'n not '
'Please keep your appointments.Let's ; c:1: : huge If loot family 21)r.
dream come true In this
not be caught with our pints 9 .4 beauty, Separata dining
down.' al9' yYE Bedrooms I Baths our
home Is iLI fantastically. .low,

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MERCRUISER ;,
STERNDRIVES Modi) C..
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MERCURY M { Z y. 4 Btdroomi family
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OUTBOARDS Kitchen I I. and a
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.AC'II$, ", L( \s:.. /'fI ( unmatched styling and .
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REPAIR SHOP l.m:::1 lA'Ji z

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FACTORY 4 o .,
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TRAINED MMECHANICS ,. Mod C.Iseparates
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"Sf A ccMr.1 ntrance
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areas ol CI You'll
264-9835 FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE AE1 George E. Bin a 'f' B U Y roomy bdroom clouts I plug Baths a frt and' :
student at the AEI 'B' School here receives a citation from NATTC dining' room Why.not.
INLET MARINESALES family room /ir.pl c (
Commanding Officer Capt. John E. Kennedy honoring his duty )
achievements while attached to Attack Squadron 147 aboard the USS
& SERVICEHwy America. The 16-year Navy veteran was cited for superior performance NOW!

! 17 Orange Park readiness which posture.'enhanced the squadron's aircraft availability and r' tWi I I I


Model C I*
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mil I It M popular a mo
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I Interest t t Rates t Una long screened home.low sweeping on In porch a modnt lln/large 1Iud u


TONIGHTWINNING may never be lower! 'L/i

Now is the time to buy! '


As the Inflation spiral continues prices of |lust Modtl tau
, bout everything are Increasing But the Two car can ml' or: ..
't VALUE of homes Is Increasing It. the roomy garaga of
still haul Ion of
ttoragt
tremendous rat.also.So don't delay buy that classic, courtyard ,,',
horrit of your dreams In quiet comfortable s"tlousivlnq/ and dining
Bellalr, TODAY) You'll be glad you dldl family tlrplaca many closets to count ..
combine to make this
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10 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


NARF Is First ;


Civil Service News In EEO Training I


Jax About 200 first line objective of this effort is to
supervisors at the Naval Air achieve a fully Integrated work
Rework Facility Jacksonvillehave force at the Rework FacUlty.
"'It \\I} just completed 'first of its Course Instructors Included
kind' special six hour training Richard Parker and George Riceof
course in Equal Employment the Atlanta Regional Office of
:. ; ;'.. "..., Opportunity (EEO) under the the Civil Service Commission,
r ',.,,. .'., ''" ..'' command's recently instituted .and Dr. Richard Rank Dr.
lii } : affirmative action plan. Richard Smith, and Dr. KennethMatheny
''f.t.J I" .'. ,. The policy, under this 12.point private consultantsfrom
,." plan as promulgated on 1 March Georgia State University in -
t A : ;.< 1971, is to afford all -
s : persons
'l" .. Atlanta.
.
'..: ..,'. .. regardless of race color
,: ," ?"1'' religion, sex or national origin Training for other supervisorylevels
r an equal opportunity in all em- presently is in the planning
ployment matters. The ultimate stages.or .
..., .
) d "'-, ,"'; M\"J"MllIlh.! I
Charlie Wilson Jessie Pate Bernard Johnson -: ___ : ;4 b 9w 4'.x pv-Y Jot C
102

Five Station Civilians !c 4 -Pal

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Receive Earned Notice 5


Jax Civilians from all over Two computer programmers at from Cdr. R. L. Williams, Data Moper BePI(
I the station are receiving awards the data processing Departmentor Processing Officer. Both RonaldP.
quality step increases. received quality step Increases Huey and Blaise W. Castelli rk ;, ,,2y re
work in the data systems 3 COFi

f i division.The Security Department BlB
i commended Firefighter BernardB.
Johnson for his work with the
Crash Fire Branch. Johnson was
In charge of the crash fire B
\ equipment. A quality increasewas
I-Il presented to Johnson by Est
LCdr. 0. C. Andersen, the 4 Pic
security department officer. Grc
:. j' A projection and sound DO IT THIS WAY-Eddie McCreary and James Fraser from Ma
equipment mechanic, Jessie W. NARF are demonstrating the proper way to do an Interview during ace Ed
Pate from Fleet .Airborne the six-hour training course which NARF supervisors are taking. Dr.
Electronics Training Unit, Richard Rank from the department of Communication and Education -
Ronald Hut/ and Blake CasteliiMartin Atlantic Detachment Psychology at Georgia State University, is operating the camera. The
Jacksonville, was awarded a 20 students use the TV moniter to see their own accomplishments or R
year pin for his years of federal mistakes. n

Tire Company service.At the. Fuel,Depot's 20th An- Check Bulletin For Jobs :
niversary celeb> (ati6n April" 30,
1918 BLANDING BLVD. Phone 387-4481 Charlie Wilson, foreman of Jax-The continued interest of the Rating Branch, extension P
maintenance division at the all civilian employees in the 2320, Employment Division, ;
Depot in Jacksonville, received a Merit Promotion Program is Civilian Personnel Department -
650 x 13 Safety Supervisory Award. encouraged. Almost every week to inquire about positions in A
there are new opportunities for which they are interested. R:,
4 PLY HERCULES t Immediately after the thir promotion. It is possible that Merit
teenth drink men fall into two Employees are urged to look Promotion Announcements have
ROCKET NYLON classes: Old and bent, and young for the Merit Promotion An- been posted but have been
1 and broke. nouncements on the official inadvertently removed from one -
TUBELESS bulletin boards in their work area of more bulletin boards. New
at least once a week.They'realso announcements issued this week WI'
-
MLS REALTORS. Acreage encouraged to contact the Employment are: Announcement 44.71 for
$1995 117WYNNE Trailer Homes Lots ,Office, extension 3448, Fire Protection Inspector. 3

Plus REALTY ,OFFLORIDA : j::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::j:: : J W; :+ J r'1j :-

Tax 1? 389-5514 Inc. PRicES 'IO ALL B

WAW "'V cess HIGHWAY A'fe.St WHOLESALE II IINEW 1=

ALIGN FRONT END I r
& USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Ij IjNEW s
& HIGH SPEED & USED TV SETS =::::: D
$1650BALANCE NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES =;:;::
AR NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS t f! S
ALL 4 WHEELS rs AIR CONDITIONERS =;:;::: F
Hrs.9a.m. 7pm. Come In& Browse tK t,

Prices gooa at 1918 Blanding Blvd. only.Martin's Complete LineatPARTS&SUPPLIES WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO. I

532 WESCONNETT at 103rd 771 0750 ,1
'
Special Service
BANKAMERICMD'w Discount :;:;:;;;;;''''''''';';;=:::; > ;;;:;;>>W*;; ;;;;;;=mii";; ;: ",, w ;:::*
)1971 Park Ave.Ph.J44-3204 >
Charge :':houI.tT.I; Z ORANGE PARK CHouse

SHOP WHERE THE


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; ca liec.erlas BlandingBoulevard iiekI -
v:; of Quality/ Foods Cedar Hills Phone Shopping 111.9223 Center t

Every FRIDAY Night is
Every SATURDAY Night is FAMILY NIGHT ...ShopSIMMONSandSAVEI

Your choice ofChicken U.S.D.A. CHOICE
STEAK 179 & MEATS
MEATS CUTS FOR FREEZERSOld

NIGHT I I Dumplings 79 Fashion Over The Counter Retail Market

Chopped Steaks FINANCING AVAILABLEOr S
Ute Your
.... Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato .,.and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter MASTERCHARGE or BANKAMERICARD
LUNCHNAAAtl2PM! DINNER i PM 1118 PM SIMMONS FOOD SERVICE

Wesconnett Phone 771-3761
W* chF0rpuf'.luncheon Meftt'Specw-itcert'u Mbit Thru.i* R. E. Howell, Mgr. We Deliverr

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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY

Publisher CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Movie Schedule
I
Call: 388-2755
JAX AIR I NEWS ;

NAS Jacksonville : Ads Should be mailed to arrive not later than
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday,
LATWINGER I AdS arriving' too 'late for this deadline' will bt

I published the following week unless the Thursday,May 6 starring Susan George and
NAS Cecil I FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE I I Publisher .:
is
I Instructed otherwise. A check or NAS: 'TORA, TORA, TORA,' Victor Henry. 'R' (96 mins.)
money order
I for the full cost
of the
ad
must be
received WITH the.copy for the ad Color war drama starring Jason HOSPITAL: 'GET CARTER'

: Robards, Martin Balsam and Wednesday May 12

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge (lines) $200 E.G. Marshall. 'G' E (143 mins.) NAS: 'TICK, TICK' TICK'

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) soc HOSPITAL: 'RIO LOBO' Color Color drama starring Jim Brown,

: Western starring John Wayne, George Kennedy and Fredric

and Jorge Rivero. 'G' VG (114 March. 'G' (100 mins.)
-- ------1 mins.) HOSPITAL: 'ALL NEAT IN

Friday, May 7 BLACK STOCKINGS'
CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS
EMPLOYMENTSERVICE MOBILE HOMES NAS: 'LATITUDE ZERO'
It4 CHEVY NOVA V-8
Color science fiction starring
'307' CID, 3.spd. Floor, vinyl top. Exc.
Cond. $1800 Joseph Cotten and Caesar

WIVES MOBILE HOME FOR SALE 4f KAWASAKI Romero. 'G' G (99 mins.)

CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS 10x55, 3 BR., Wall to Wall Carpet, 350 cc., low mileage. Needs work. Bids HOSPITAL: 'TORA: TORA:
Jobfinders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or screen & storm windows. Anchors & close at 2 p.m. May 14. TORA
1022 Park Street, 3547888. strapping for State Law. 7721057. MVWBUGExc. Saturday, May 8
Cond., For sale May 10. $1695.
HELP WANTED NAS: 'BURN' Color historical
Call Ron Rohrer
Part-time, 5.11 Shift. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Brando.GP'
p.m. Ext. 2431 or 387.5622 drama starring Marlon ..
Apply Burger Chef 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern '
WE FINANCE G (112 mins.
trailer
and
6238103rd St. Apts. 3893007.
... HOSPITAL: LATITUDE ZERO
GETTING TRANSFERREDI! 70 HONDA 17S SCRAMBLER Sunday, May 9
SECRETARIAL HELP WANTED Must sell,3 BR. Trailer, with air condo $475 or take up payments. 387. 956 Spy
NAS 'MRS. POLLIFAX
Bellalr-Meadowbrook area. Hours plus fenced yd. 3843773. after 5 P.M.
approximately 10:30 am til 5:00: pm, Comedy drama starring Rosalind

Monday thru Friday. Must be experienced VA FINANCINGNo 197 MUSTANG HT. Russell and Darren McGaven.'G' .

In general office work, money down on New Star Mobile Auto., R&H, $9SO.Royc. ((110 mins.).
record keeping, payroll and Inventory Home, Bill Vernon, CPO, USN Ret. Smith Used Cars
control. Apply In person to Kentucky S&J Mobile Homes 1557 Cassat Ave. HOSPITAL: 'BURN'Monday

Fried Chicken office, 8427 Standing 3708 Philips Hwy 384-3658 May 10 lliilK

Blvd. 398.8926 NAS: 'GET CARTER' Color
TWO'71 HONDAS
Brand new,750&450. Make offer. 771- crime drama starring Michael
.... ...,.. TRAILER FOR RENT.' and
Osborne Britt
Caine John
""" "" '-"'-- """"" 3211 Ext. 8314 or 388.3819. ,
MISCELLANEOUS t.t; Nr. Cecil, 3 BR., Cent H. & Air,
: ;" Private Lot. 7811369. Ekland. 'R' (U11 mins.)
1942 FORD GALAXIE'500'
HOSPITAL: MRS. POLLIFAXSPY'
2-Door hardtop, VI, Auto. trans.,

... R&H. $340.
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GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. ASTRO MOTORS Tuesday,May 11
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. RENTALS 6566 Normandy Blvd.
Pick up & Delivery Available. NAS: 'ALL NEAT IN BLACKSTOCKINGS' OH, ITS YOU 'Ill...YOU

Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. "VW BUS Color drama GAVE ME QUITE A TUIZN!

Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard WILMAR APTS. Stereo Dash Tape, Radio, Bed, Cur.
accepted. .Visitors welcome. 5085 2 Br., LR., Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., trans, Carpets, Trailer Hitch $2200.
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064 Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off 721.0378.
street. Water, Garbage & Sewage
Unfurn. $115. Furn (
Furn. $95. plus Y
BE A RADIO OR DODGE SWINGER ..111I11III1111..1111111II111 N/N/M/IMMIM
tax) 3872541. Weekends 3890744.
TV ANNOUNCER Stereo,Tape Deck.Auto.,6-cyl., $1595. f/

Recorded message by leading an ORANGE PARK 744-5795. AL BONATI
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour 2 BR., Apts., turn., or unfurn., Dishwasher _
3552944. Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth "1945 PLYMOUTH FURY
Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355. Sta. Wag, V-8, AT, $4$0. ORGAN HORN
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS Rovce Smith Used Cars '' &VOCALMonday
FOR SALE OR RENT 1557 Cassat Ave.
Consoles some with AM-FM, tap.
RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your 384-3658
players. At dealers cost to llquldatt a e through Saturday
let us rent your home
equity or
*stock. Full warranty I Phone 771.0409AIR __ REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for 1941 HONDA MOTORCYCLE ..',,'''...'"11I1.11II11..11I
sales and rental I list. Call .
map or
450 CC.,1800 actual miles. One owner.
CONDITIONING SERVICEAuto Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. Like new. Equip. with windshield. per person
AC, Room units, Central Units. ORANGE PARK REALTY Twin mirrors. Fastback handle bars, FORSERVICEMEN6.0U double occupancy

Repairs. Reasonable MILITARY, FREE NOTARY Crash bar, Saddle Bags, Luggage Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge i Dine at Biter's Seafood

Tyler's Heat and Air Cond. QUITE SECLUDED rack, Buddy Seat ft. Bar and twin tall Restaurant, ISO Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
38$-S111 extensions.1"'HONDA'0.
pipe
4711 Palmer Lake Shore 2 BR., House, Unfurn. $85 mo. 771. Swimming Pool. Free Undercover Parhing.
4324. Water Furn.
1700 actual miles, 1 Owner. Like new.
Equip. with mirror and saddle bags.
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISHWllford's ." : -1<<-..... Crash helmets are Included. Can be IA1V4ZLE .
Fish Camp 264-9707. :':TRANSPORTATION, seen at 3316 Holly Crest Blvd. Orange
(
.' '. ...-..;. : Park. 264-5062 or 7722656. MOTOR HOTEL

FRENCH PROVENCIAL
3 Cushion sofa, Beige. $50. 7717980. 18'CORNETTE f 01 Main Street Phone 355-3744

SMO.OLD'71 HONDA 120 HP. Mere Cruiser, Inboard, Within walking distance to all points of interest.BRAKE .
Trail,
ITEMS FOR SALE Only 2,000 ml., 100 cc. Outboard, Heavy duty galvanized
Bed, Box spring & Mattress, Excel 100+MPG. Like new. Ph. 3408 or 264- Gator trailer, Stored inside since

cond. $50. Dinette Set S35. Antique 8807. purchase. Mint condition. 2646643. .'..
Upright Piano,needs tuning,5175. 3B.c. SALE $220 ....:::; ww :
FOR
CAMPER
1497 PICK-UP .....
FOR SALE Call 7719028. 1959 VOLVO 2-DOOR : \

1 Pr. Chrome Reverse Rims 522. 1 Pr. FALCON 2-DOOR Speed, R&H. $260.ASTRO LINING
1961 MOTORS :. ,
fr
Surf-Board Racks $13. GE Portable .
stick, R&H, New tires. .
-:
Dishwasher 6 cylinder 6566 Normandy Blvd.
$75. 2646649.REGISTERED T1
$420. !: L
ASTRO MOTORS 60GALAXIE FORD ALL CARS
APPALOOSAStud 6566 Normandy Blvd. HT, AT., Good Cond. $300 Cash. 384- ; 99I

colt, 22 mo. old, Bay with spots, 6852. ; Autom. Adl. 13
Full Blanket, Beautiful. Ready for .,MUST SELL FiberglassBoat : : Slightly Higher
1211. SCRAMBLER
training. Must sell for College ex. Being transferred. 250 KAWASAKI $;. Guaranteedr
264-4985. :
tires.
Call Somogyl Speed, 4,000 act. ml., Pirelli
.
Trailer.
pense. See at 8846 Bell Rose Ave. 8 One owner. 7712242. $350. :: 30,000 Miles }..r

PACEMAKER :::' SHOCKS Lifetime Guaranteed

.t'--'''''' >'''''''''''''''',.. "" ,. ': Sport Fisherman, Ship, Flying to Shore Bridge Radio,, 1940 VW SEDAN
REAL.ESTATE '" ''}1:$ Air Depth Cond.Recorder Fighting chairs,Outriggers. Runs Good ASTRO$360. MOTORS 11 Includes BALL 99

_, .... 389.7700 or 398 595 23
":.- -.H. Mint cond. Best offer. 6566 Normandy Blvd. :: InstallationINSTANT All

8593 after 5. I: JOINTS CARS : :

ma-SSH.P.EVINRUDE Including! Parts ft Labor fALL
CASHI :
We buy,sell,and trade equities Perf. Cond. 17' than fiberglass 100 hrs., Elec.'lust :::: I CREDIT SIZE 12,000<> < Mile Guarantee :; -
Louise T. Bailey painted,motor less
771-3605 Broker starter, accessories. 264.9996 after 5.JrU i NO DOWN PAYMENT FULL CAPS 88

LONG TERMS 8
v WHITEWALLS Plus :o'r
'HIDDEN WATERS'Black : BankAmericard ADO St.00 FET
Creek, Canal or Lake' lots :
available. Excellent fishing, boating, :::; Master Charge EXCH. 4V-43' .,

swimming.permanent home Mobile area.Home High area., wooded Also j 6 cyl. 14.88

lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake TUNESPECIAL| | |\| | :.

Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. ;:v, LABOR 8 cyl) jy.gg .},?;

ttOUSE FOR SALE the :)
:
1
Ideal house for Navy family. Con. DEERSPRINGS ..'
venlent to NAS. JAX ft., CECIL ESTATESKeystone ;
FIELD. bedroom, 2.bath, live-In uiLk1llii&:
kitchen, dining room, den, patio 8.oarage. ::.j
:3
Central heat ft. air. Call 771- Heights
::
0437 or 772-2151 for appointment.

Mobile Homes |5444 NORMANDY BtVO 78* 072 llAX'vBl

CALL WIMI MISICAM: ANDtNGBLVD 771 i ? ,

.si Clyde W. Simpson & Co M8-27SS I .n -. vavPOR1 RC ; ih:> fUM&X&SS&S

L' tipXAf REALTOR 356.149
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I A round trip of the above route will
be made every half hour. The scheduled
1f departure times for each significant
ko point is listed below in minutes. after
the hour.
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"' POINT TIME
(A) Air Operations '
LEGEND Bldg. 118 00 30 rain after hr.
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(B) South Bound
/ Chapels 05 35 min. after hr.
bUSJSTOPS----
L" (C) South Bound
w Hospital 08 38 min. after hr.
BUS. ".ROUTE.----- (B) West Bound 16 46 min. after hr.D'RtCT'O. .

'S ...------ (D) Point Nearest
Main Gate 20 50 min. after hr.

=_--E( ) Navy ExchangeBankCredit
Union 27 57 min. after hr.




I
NOTE: First run begins dally at Air
Operations at 6:20: during public
school terms except Saturdays and
Sundays and completes a round trip
approximately every half hour until 8
a.m., at which time runs begin as
EIT Indicated.The last run begins at PointA
RoRMALSE L CONVENIENCE? at 10:30. From 7 p.m. to 10:25 p.m.
.' the bus Is routed by the Pirates Cove
then continues on regular route.After
6 p.m.the bus does not run through the
t officer's housing area.

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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 13 .

.'-."..- ." .. ., ".
Traffic "" Revised Pro Pay Policy



ViolationsJaxThe Features New CategoriesWASHINGTONTwo

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: : \ < ::: : ), .':\ new categories of Proficiency Pay will replacethe
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following is a report > \ / ,
: "\" : >;;. existing program beginning July 1, 1971. The categories are
of motor vehicle accidents and .I i ( ;,;' ',:>J"I'kNlJ' \ < ; "Jitt',. Shortage Specialty Pay and Special Duty Assignment Pay.
: .
traffic violations for the period of ,; : \ \\t\ ;'N'fi.J'; ,I',fr. ,, Shortage Specialty Pay replaces Specialty Pay. The eligibility
April 19-25. ra'l';.... .. criteria remain essentially the same with the following changes in
Number of AccidentsThis '. ". /, ... i awards:

period 8. ;{: P34100

This period a year ago 7 "'" 4939
: Shipfitter (SFH931) through
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Total accidents this year 92. "' ',"; ; / : Shipfitler (SFH951) through 4956
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Total accidents through this ..... ,
period last year 115. :.i&. ,> :. P2-$75
Total number of days since last l Electronic Warfare Specialist (EW) 'I,
injury in a motor vehicle ac- Gunner's Mate (T) (GMT)
cident 40. Interior Communications Electrician ICM724)
Number of days since an injury Electronics Technician (CETM539)

last year at this time 6. AIRBORNE SHIPOVER-ADR2ltoW. Lortnzo takes timeout from
Number of Violations his duties as flight engineer to bt reenlisted by his patrol plant P1450
This period 61. commander, Lt.: Thomas H. Wulf, while in flight aboard a VP.U Hospital Corsman (HM8493The
Speeding 14. aircraft over the city of Jacksonville. following. Navy Enlisted Classification Codes (NEC's)
Reckless driving 0. have been designated for termination of an award: IC-4722; Tor
Going through stop sign 7. Diploma Programs pedoman's Mate (TM-0719) and 0721; and Radioman (RM)-2395.
OfferedFor
Other Violations 40. ; Ratings-NEC's which were previously terminated and are no longer .
Fourteen drivers appeared authorized an award effective July 1, 1971, are: Aviation An-
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon tisubmarine Warfare Technician (AX); TM-0745) ; GM-0891; ET1S44; ;
April 29.SHIPS High School Drobouts Engineman (NM356) ; and IC-4737.

.. The special type of duty privously authorized an award Superior
Performance Pay have been reassigned to the new category, Special
WASHINGTON-The Navy is materials organizing study Duty Assignment Pay.

stressing more education for its groups with civilian instructors Eligibility criteria for Special Duty Alignment Pay are a
enlisted men. Last year, 14,587 and encouraging men to attend significant departure from superior performance criteria in that thereis
qualified for high school high school classes under the no requirement for six months on-the-job or 21 months of active
equivalency certificates after Navy Predischarge Educational duty. The member simply must be a qualified E-4 or above on active
successfully passing General Program (PREP). duty and serving in an authorized billet
Educational Development Personnel with more than 180 Here is a summary of the Special Duty Assignments and the
GED) exams. days of active duty are eligiblefor authorized awards:
s There remains, however, some PREP. No charge is made
13 percent of enlisted men against VA entitlement under the SPECIAL DUTY ASSIGNMENT AWARD
without a high school diploma or program.
-- .. equivalency certificate. trDTur> roux MlSsm C IJduICE Recruit Company Commander P1-$50.SDA)
Measures are being urged by V Sx. Recruit Canvasser P1-50.SDA)
the Chief of Naval Operations to a ft1YI Rating Control Petty Officer PH50.SDA)
FOR FOUR-SD3 give these men every chance to Survival Evasion, Resistance and
Mariano C. Cell of the NAS BOQ qualify for the certificate. Escape Instructor P1-$50.SDA)
recently added four years to his High school completion Career Counselor P1430. (SDA)
Navy career during a reenlist- programs that have been successful
ment ceremony conducted by in the past include the '"r13G D ,. "CHOW"r
Capt. John R. Kincaid, station preparatory high school classes
commanding officer. using USAFI instructional AUTHORIZED; MAKE ONLY PURCHASES


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Softball Tryouts

Here Tomorrow How They're Standing


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Softball team are scheduled for Atlantic League
tomorrow from 4 to 6 p.m. at BOWLING

Mackroth Field.A 4 ComFairJax 35-13 .729 Good&Bad 41-7 .854
second session will be held Roses Raiders 34.14 .708 Alley Cats 33-15 .688
Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., E-Zephyrs 33.15.688 Gems 30-18 .625
Including a scrimmage if enough Molar Rollers 32U-15K .673 Jokers 29.19.604
players show up. "' Gold 28-20.583 Pin Benders 26-22 ,542VRSo '
This year's squad will be a
Hurricanes 27'/4-20'/4' .571 25-23 .521
defending the Sixth Naval f'> ;& 1 Submow-V 26-22 .542 Blue 22.26 .458

District title won by the Fliers Tweekers 24V4-23V& .510 Birds 22-2G .458

last year. Ney Bowlers 24-24 .500 Bees 21-27 ..438Lt.'s
Station athletic director Frank Saw Bones 22, -25'/i' 479 +1 21-11 .438
McCaffrey says he particularlywants ; AFEES 22.26 .458 Chokers 201-111', .429
to win this year becausethe ,e i AMD 17'30,367'. Marine Bks. No.1 20-28 .417
District finals will be played hospital 17-31.354 Blocs .408
here Aug. 2-6, and the Fliers have 1 1i Marine Bks. No.2 15'/ir32'/ie' .327 Green Backers 19-29 19If-28If. .396
never won the tourney while
Bumble Bees 15-33 313
i I rw Eagles No 1 18-30 .375
playing host. Fumblers 10-38 .208 Tumblers 16-31 .354
he Fliers will play about 50

games preparatory to the yw. Continental League, t
District competition. Their first National League
encounter will be against Moody hospital IB' 30-14 .682
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AFB at Valdosta, Ga., May 14 Wild Ones 2614650 Hunters 38-10 .792
\A and 15. Doubleheaders are Seventy One's 27-17 '.614 Pin Benders 34-14 .708
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scheduled for both days.In NATTC 28-20 t 583 32-16
BOWLING CHAMPS-VA-174'i bowling team which won the 679th .667
the past eight years Jax Com Fair Jax tournament receives trophies and congratulations from ,Evildoers 251f-18Ihl' .578 Radar 17 32-16 '; .667
Navy has won four cham NAS Special Services Officer LCdr., R.L.; Flhslmmons.. '(Standing Ir) ) Hard Hats 23-17 I ;575 Ringers 29-19' .604

pionships( while finishing second Barry French, Mike Denno, Dan Dent; (bottom l-r) March ,Bryland Trainers Quacks 25191f' .568 Flapjax' 29-19.604
the title in 261,1-21'h I 551;
twice. They captured and Pat Duncan. Tweets 26-22 .542
1963, 1966, 1967 and 1970. They Commun. 24.20', .545 Leprechauns 25-23 .521
were in 1964 and 1969. Cleaners 23.21' :.523CPO's
runner-up VA-174 Leads Atlantic ComFalrJaxNol 22-22 .500
2226 '" ',458Tars
: Pin Pals 23-25 ,479Faid
20-24 .455
/ Split Finders 18-22 .450 Folk 22.26 .458
Fleet Bowling Tourney SideWinders 16-24 .400 Beer HangOvers Cans 17-31.354 17-31.354

Lazy Timers 1S.29 .341
Jax-VA-174 of Cecil Field 3,815 and Don Denno with a 3,647. Eagles Not 1S.33 .313 Unmentionables 18-30 .375
walked off with the Fleet Air Joe Zurback of FAW-11 headedall KingPins 11.33.250
Knots 9-35.205
Intramural Bowling Tournamenttitle scorers with a 3,904. Hospital 5-43 .104
here last week with a 21- Bryland's 600 Thursday was

game pinfall of 17,969. high 3-game set and Ellis Bowers ,
took high game honors with a 245 v
The win advanced the
in the first game of the meet
Hellrazors to the Atlantic Fleet
Monday.
matches in Little Creek Va. this
While 174 breezed along, FAW-
week.
11, VW-4 and VP-16 slugged it our
VA-174 jumped off to a two for second and third place.''FAW-
hundred pin lead the first day and 11 won second place on the final 4MM
stayed comfortably in front day, overtaking VP-16 which held
*THtf MM K,JONES BUT TW through this week. They were the position the'first three days. .
OOKNT WWCE WE A APBUGAPPICTY paced by Marc Bryland with a VW-4 was:third.;

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How .tl f 4 f NAS Albany
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Standing 4' F A Wins Jax

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Skeet Match
American League
National
League Golf

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Hospital 4-1 Won Lost e}, 1 t7 Jax-Retired Chief John
4-1 Goshaw hit 192 out of 200 targets
VP-16 4-1 VP-4S 8 1 and ATI Johnny L. Brandon of
FAETU 4-1 VW-4 9 2 Cecil Field hit 190 out of 200
Bee's 3-2 Air Ops 7 2 rounds in capturing the honors

MARTD 2-3 Comm. 4 4FAWn / during the Individual Skeet
NATTC 2-3 4 4 Shooting Match hosted by NAS
CFJ 1-4 679th 3 Jax at Cecil Field April 28-29.

FWF 1-4 FAETU 3 4S In team competition April 30,
A-C Maint.- 0-5 A-C Malnt 3 6 NAS Albany's team of ASCS
NFO 3 James Kendall ATC Donald
National League Marine Bks 2 g 4 w k. Parker, PIIC Michale Keim AE1
679th 5-0 ComFairJax 2 7 x Ir 'a Elton C. Fortner, and ATI Gerald
NARTU 4-1 Hostettler hit a total combined

FICEUR 4-1 THE BESTOUNSLINOER-John Brandman ATI walked away with total of 232 out of 250 clay birds to

VW-4 3-2 Intramural Tennis Standings high Individual awards at tht Sixth Naval District skttt shoot last win the first place trophy team

AFEES 3-2 week which were held at NAS Cecil Field. trophy.

Weapons 2-3 Hospital 4-0 /1.H.._..___..__..........................._ SBC: NAS Jax: was second with 214
Marine Bks 2-3 VP-16 and Cecil Field third at 209. ..
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4-1
MATSG 2-3 Medical The NAS Albany team now
t.3mm. 1-4 MARTD 3-2 3-1 JAX SPORT SHORTS advances to the Atlantic Fleet

Dispensary 0-5 NARTU Skeet Championship at Oceana,
2-3 NNII/N.-.....NN I NNI NIN.._.__. I IIIIU .Va.
FICEUR
American Golf NATTC 2-3 1-2 Track Team Meets :RhyrnOQ of tho Timor I|
Won Lost VP-45 VA-174 Bowls Third
1-3 Jax-The Intramural Track and
NARTU 8 1 VW-4 0-5 Field meet will begin here KEEP YOUR

FICEUR MARTD 6 6 2 Ace McClure Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the NATTC .Jax-VA-174 is in third place FIGURE;, '
2 picnic area.Everyone. after 12 lines of the 21 game KEEP IN
Hospital 5Vi 3tt Throws Record who wants to com- Atlantic Fleet Bowling Tourn- TRIM \
NAMTD 4'% 3% pete in the 11 events will be ableto nament. THE' NATION

MATSG 5 5 No-Hitter since no Softball games are They trail the second place NEEDS
VP-16 4 5 team and the leaders "YOU "
scheduled for that day. by 233 pins I/IW"
Weapons 4 5 Jax-NARTU's Ace Anyone interested in by 375. The tournament is to end $I-4AI PL4'111"' '!: 7l'q; ',,
par- .
Po'Chops 1 8 pitcher Von McClure threwa ticipating should contact the tomorrow. AND SLIM.ANKAMERICARD >! 1(11( :'

NARF 0 9 perfect game Tuesday Athletic Office at Ext. 3239. .gon,.coa X
night defeating Communications
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play.McClure Jax-Bill Bernier is the leaderat AMERICAN IX"RISSSTANDARD
faced the 148 after 36 holes in the 1971 OILMASTERCHARGE Credit CardtROOSEVttT Hoeer.dIs
mimium 21 batters
c1zUlOuan NAS Golf Course Championship
possible striking out 15. He u
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> Tournament. Just behind him at MALL
walks and didn'taUow
gave no
up
147 is Jim Kinder. The final 36
a baserunner the holes of the tournament will be
()JY/// entire 7 innings. The best played this weekend.
; .' Communications could do
Jax Defeats FJC wash
was a short fly ball hit car
third base which
behind
5821 San Juan at Niblick Jax-The Jax Navy Golf Team
Phone 384-4406 was caught by the left edged St. John's Junior College

c29 fielder. Friday,393-394. Bryan White and MONDAYTHRU SATURDAY
Talking after the game Guy Durant lead the winners with
McClure admitted that HOURS: 8:30 AM-5:30PM
.1 1. 2 and 3 BEDROOMS rounds of 78.
e GARDEN TYPE APART Jerry Walker of the
MENTS Communications pitching
INDIVIDUAL AIR CONDITIONING staff had taught him how to

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