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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: October 26, 1972
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).
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VOL. 30 NO. 32 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville orlda OCTOBER 26, 1972 4t



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f To 6 Day Work WeekJax 'i


The NAS Jax Commissary is one of six additional Navy Commissary

Stores that will be open six-days-a-week beginning Oct. 30. .

Stores to be added to the the one here, include NAS Island, NTC Orlando, NS

4 6-day week, in addition to Pensacola, NAS North, Newport and NAS Oceana. ;.

e Selection of these highly
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Toastmasters Slate impacted stores was made I

by the Navy Resale :.
System Office on the basisof 1
\ Luncheon Meeting objective criteria, in-

cluding sales volume '
;,1' Jax-A demonstration meetingof made available to interested ,
Toastmasters Internationalwill attendees. number of customer
be held at the NAS Jax Officers "The ability to talk well is to a transactions and sales f
Club beginning at noon man what cutting and polishingare area.
Tuesday, Oct. 31, to determine to the rough diamond. The In establishing
\ a longer
interest among officers and grinding does not add anything to
\ civilian employees .(GS-9 and the diamond. It merely revealsits sales week at these ac-
above) in the possibility of wealth." tivities better customer

establishing a Toastmasters Club This analogy, by Orion S. service is expected to
aboard the station. Marden, sums up what is said to result. This action is in
r The demonstration-. be the .overall purpose of keeping with the desire of
I'S organization meeting will be Toastmasters, a non-profit,
conducted by LCdr. Don Weir- educational organization of men the Chief of Naval

A WORD FROM THE TOP-Adm. Elmo R, Zumwalt, Jr., Chief of man, president of the NAS Cecil working together to develop self- Operations to continue .'
Naval Operations speaks at the Navy League Ball on today's Navy. Field club. He will be assisted bya confidence through improved improving the level of '
The CNO strongly emphasized the need to maintain a strong Navy to team from his club and applications communication and leadership service at Navy Commissary
combat the Soviet Union's rapidly growing naval force. for membership will be abilities.All Stores .
officers and civilian em
ployees (GS-9 and above) of all Effective Oct. 30, sales '
The Thunderbirds Are Coming commands aboard NAS Jax are days and hours for the "

invited to attend the luncheon,'NAS. Jax Commissarywill y
meeting. Reservations should be
Jax The Air Force flight demonstration team, the Thunderbirds, and the made with the NAS Jax be as follows: Sunday,

Army parachute team, the Golden Knights, will headline an air show and Executive Officer's secretary at closed; Monday, 10 a.m. to.

open house at NAS Cecil Field Sunday, Nov. 5. Ext. 2336. 5 p.m.:; Tuesday, 8 a.m. to '. .
Those persons who are interested 5 p.m.; Wednesday, 8 a.m. 'ON'
The show will also feature propellor- driven aircraft-both The appearance of'the Thun- but unable to attend
may to 5
Cecil-based A7 Corsair II light operational and training models- derbirds at Cecil Field is part of a obtain more information by p.m.; Thursday, 8 a.m.
attack jets in a simulated combat will be on display in the air show program in which the Air Force phoning Guy Ballou at 355-3487 to 8 p.m.; Friday, 8a.m. to

maneuver in which four planes area. team works some of its shows during the day or at 264-6335 5 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m, to,. .. ,
suppress flak and surface-to-air The air show is scheduled to from Navy installations while the evenings. 4 p.m. -
missles for four other Corsairs start at 2 p.m. and is expected to Navy's Blue Angels perform at
\MX AMY
FEDERAL
making high attack dives. last about two hours. some Air Force locations.
Other attractions scheduled Gates to the air station will The Thunderbirds fly the r e CRED1TUN1ON.I)}
include performances by glider open to the public at 11 a.m. Both McDonnel Douglas F4 Phantom .
pilots of the North Florida gates to the air station-one off II, a mach two fighter in .. HOURS MO''' fal 9 00..4.30.. oi.-"" .
Of Of'tltAllOlL SATURDAY CLOSED' ,,.
Soaring Society, a fire fighting Normandy Blvd.and the other off terceptor. P '\ .. .v

demonstration, and formation 103rd Street-will have two-lane,, Now in their 20th season, the : ', .. ENTRANCE r "t ,",
fly-bys by front-line military one-way traffic to and from the ,
aircraft.An air show site,where there will be team has flown more than 1,500 '. .
demonstrations in all of the 50
assortment of jet-powered parking space for about 20,000
and countries ,
states 48 foreign .
combat planes along with several cars. .
before estimated 90 million
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Thunderbird pilots,headedby
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Lt.Col. Tom Swalm, are all It
I Vietnam veterans with'a total,of I 1 t. :;
1,651 combat missions. Collectively I I a a + ,
they have been decoratedwith ..
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&i4 Distinguished Flying Crosses and I. ::,'
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The Golden Knights are theArmy's ,, w,,:t;
counterpart to the Navy'sChuting 11- ...,.
E ; 1-: : Stars, who performedhere 11 '
last year along with the Blue S.S \'
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1: 1 Angels. __ -
Normally.the Knights do four CREDIT UNION HONOR ED-VJctor 'Walworth (Left), Federal ,.
jumps-a baton pass, a diamond Examiner for the National Credit Union Administration, presents the
track, a cutaway ,and a for Thrift Honor Award to Don Athearn (Center), General Manager of the
mation. On each jump, the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union, and Rod Pinney, Credit Union ..
parachutists leave the aircraft as President. The awards are presented annually to ,the top 10 to 15
A SEA OF WHITE-The Thunderbirds ride high above a floor of 13,500 feet and open their chutes percent of Federally chartered credit unions that have shown the
clouds in an arrowhead formation.The Air Force flight demonstration at 2,000 feet.TheOpen largest average monthly rate of increases in total savings, taking Into S'
team,along with the Golden Knights,the Army's parachute team,will House dedicated to account additional factors shown by" credit union officials to encourage .
highlight Cecil Field's open house Nov. 5. American POW-MIA's. thrift.

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"Published by the Holt Publishing Company which is In no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained here are not official expressions ;
of the Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements! constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products services. advertised." .

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Potatoes, Salad Bar, Relish Tray, Barbecued Chicken, Gravy, Buttered French Fried Potatoes, Sliced

BREAKFAST: Chilled GrapefruitJuice Dessert Bar.SUPPERI Noodles, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered Tomatoes, Onions, Lettuce Leaves,
Hot Oatmeal, Chilled Apricots, Brussels Sprouts, Cream Style Corn, Dill Pickles, Mustard, Catsup, Salad
Fried Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes w- Chill Macaroni, Grilled Salad Bar, Peanut Butter Cookies, Dressing, Dessert Bart

Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Cheese Sandwiches, French Fried Cherry Jello.BREAKFASTI.

Meat, Baked Beans, Yankee Style Potatoes, Buttered Peas & Carrots, SUPPER Fried Shr'lrnp or, Fried m DdOa[
Corn Bread, Pastry Bar. Southern Fried Okra, Salad Bar, ) Chilled Tomato Ham Steaks, ParsleyButtered{
Brownies, Butterscotch.Pudding Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beans,
Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Fried Cabbage, Cocktail
Sauce
Salad
DINNER) Chicken Noodle Soup, French Toast, Choice of Bacon or rnw
Bar, Autumn's
Saturday,Oct.28 Delight Cake,
Fried Ham Steaks, Cream Gravy, Luncheon Meat, Baked Beans, Chocolate Pudding.
Whipped Potatoes, Corn Fritters, BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple. Hashed Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT

Boiled Blackeyed Peas, Buttered Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to BRUNCH) at 10 'a.m. Chicken Wednesday Nov.'I,
Asparagus, Salad Bar, Tomato Spice
Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Noodle Soup, Fish Sandwiches,
Cake, Brownies. French Fries, Lemon Meringue Pie,
Sunday
French Toast, Choice of Ham or Pork BREAKFAST Chilled Orange

SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joes on Sausage, Creamed Dried Beef, Chocolate Cookies. Juice, Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to Divine
8 30
Worship : a m.
French Toast Choiceof
prder Syrup
: at All
'! SUPPER: Breaded Veal Steaks, Saints Chapel.
I Brown Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked Church'School'9.35 a.m.: '
: i Beans, Southern Style Corn Bread,
Simmered Sauerkraut, Buttered Divine Worship 11 a.m. at.
Pastry Bar.DINNER -
Green Beans, Salad Bar, StrawberryJello All Saints Chapel
AX 5EWS Cream of Potato ,
J AIR : Chocolate Cookies. : Soup Junior Youth Fellowship
Stuffed Pork Chops, Brown Gravy, 12:30: pm. Senior Youth
Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Apple Sauce, '
The JAX AIR NEWS Is Civilian Fellowship 1.30 p.m
a Enterprise Newspaper
I Monday,Oct.30 Seasoned .Mixed Vegetables, Okra &
distributed each Thursday the ,L/.S"Naval: Air Station, Tomato ,Gui( p f"Sala Bar, Evening Worship 7:30p
.m, at, the Smalt Chapel
Jacksonville, Florida, by the ''Hoit Publishing Company, a BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple Strawberry. Cream' .Pip( Bread. n Pud

private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs;, to ding SUPPER: Italian Spaghetti w.Meat Tdesgay '

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Order, French Toast w.Syrup, Choiceof Sauce or Ravioli, Garlic; Bread, Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked p.m. at Bldg 750 and
Jacksonville 12 00 Parmesan Cheese Pizza Pe, Buttered
by : noon on Monday before publication.News Beans, Pastry Bar. Christian Science Service Bp
Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 7723118or Brussels Sprouts, Salad Bar, 'Easy .m. at the Small Chapel.
DINNER Vegetable Soup, YankeePot Chocolate Cake, Bread Pudding
3119.
Roast of Beef, Natural Gravy, f' NAVAL HOSPITAL

"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Franconla Potatoes, Seasoned June Thursday,Nov.2 Divine Worship 10 a.m. at
Peas, Hot Spiced Beets, Salad Bar, St Lukes.
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to Apple Pie, Vanilla Wafers. NATTCProtestant

race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joes on BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice,

user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Hamburger Buns French Fried Hot Oatmeal Fried. Eggs to Order, Service,. 10:30: Worship am In
advertiser will result In the Potatoes, Salad Bar, Relish Tray, Griddle Cakes w Syrup, Choice of Building 500.
policy of equal opportunities by an Dessert Bar.SUPPERt. Ham or Pork Sausage, Creamed

refusal to print advertising from that source." ) Chill Con Came w:Beans Dried Beef, Pastry Bar.

or Fried Fish Sticks, Steamed Rice, DINNER: French Onion Soup, CATHOLIC
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher. and queries Tartar Sauce, Au Gratin Asparagus, Steamship Round of Beef, Natural Saturday Mass 5 .m. at
concerning such should be directed to: Buttered Corn, Salad Bar, Vanilla Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Simmered St Edward's Chapel.p
Wafers, Cherry Jello.Tuesday Navy Beans, Buttered Peas, Salad Sunday Mass 8 I.m. and 11
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Bar, Marble Cake, Lime Jello a.m. Daily Mass.Monday,

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 ,Oct. 31 SANDWICH LINE) Grilled Ham & Tuesday, Thursday andFrldly.11 .
Cheese Sandwiches, Potato Chips, :30 a.m. Wednesday
Telephone 388.2755 Salad Bar,'Relish Tray Dessert Bar Mass 11:30: a.m. at
BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato SUPPER: 'Barbecued Spareribs or the Naval Hospital Chapel.
Juice, Hominy Grits, Griddle Cakes
I VOL. 30 NO. 32 OCTOBER '26, 1972 I W.Syrup, Fried Eggs to Order, Choiceof O'Brien Baked Frankfurters Potatoes, Buttered Sauerkraut Squash,, and Saturday 5pm.PAGE .Confessions 4::15

Ham or Pork Sausage,Corned Beef Seasoned Spinach, Salad Bar, Apple
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Fall Hazard



".' Jax The Florida Highway Patrol has warned that

driving hazards increase as cool fall mornings cause

patches of fog to appear on Florida's roadways.Patrol .

Director Colonel Eldrige gradually, move off the roadwayas
Beach said, Many chain far as possible onto the
reaction crashes that occur in fog shoulder and turn on emergency
conditions could be prevented if flashers only. If the occupants get
drivers would reduce speed at the out of the vehicle, they should
first sign of fog." move away from the roadway as
In a study of fog accidents in far as they can."
Florida, it was found that most of The patrol urged motorists to '. '
these crashes occured during the report dense fog conditions to the
months of November, Decemberand Florida Highway Patrol or
January between the hours of nearest police agency so that t
6 and 8 a.m. other drivers may be warned.
The Patrol Commander ex- Colonel Beach also reminded _
plained, "If visibility is reducedto motorists that Florida law
such a distance that continued requires headlights to be used

,operation would be hazardous, when driving in fog, smoke or
drivers should slow down rain.
THIRSTY BIRD-VA-20) ground support personnel refuel an A-4L Skyhawk after the aircraft took
part In a simulated combat''j tission over central Florida. The "Blue Dolphins" participated in
combat readiness exercises-over the weekend with the seven other squadrons which make up CVWR.
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Navy Achievement Medal by Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax *

CO for "professional achievement in the superior performance of his ,
duties" while serving as Leading Chief and Transition Counselor at ,
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Return From UNITASJax 3J

Two VP-16 flight crews toys to the Sister City committee.
have returned from South Serving .
ambassadors
as of the
Jax -The following is a reportof
America after taking part in the city of Jacksonville, the flight
motor vehicles accidents and
first half of the UNITAS III crews were able to bring traffic violations for the period of
exercises.The .
greetings from the people of
Oct.
915.
two crews have been Jacksonville to those in Bahia
replaced by twoothercrews who Blanca. Number of Accidents .
,
jt jtf !
This period 13
will continue through the The
exer- UNITAS operation is a .
This period a year 2
cise while it moves up the west combined joint exercise betweenthe ;""" ago
Total accidents this 316
year
,coast continentThe of the South American U.S. Navy and the navies of Total accidents through this
South
America
designed to period last year 269
crews taking part in the the
sharpen operating skills of all Total number of days since last
first half of the exercise traveledthe the
participants involved in f
in motor vehicle 1
: f injury a accident -
length of South America'seast surface and antisubmarine 0
coast, starting in Maipuetia, warfare.
Venezuela and moving on to the Two P-3A aircraft from VP-16 jfu; .Number of days since an injury
cities of Recife,Salvadore,Rio de were assigned to the exercise and last year at this time 114 1
Janiero, and Porto Alegre in worked with the surface units of \ 1

Brazil, and Buenas Aires and all the navies as they crossed the Number of Violations
Bahia Blanca in Argentina. waters from country to country. This period 85
Jacksonville is the sister city of Upon their return, the flight CONTRIBUTION RECOGNIZED-E.A. Tanner (Center), Speeding 29
Bahia Blanca and while visiting crews joined the remainder of Passenger Transportation Administrator for COMFAIRJAX, receivesa Reckless driving 0
there the squadron members their squadron on deployment to plaque from Joe Guidry,representing United Airlines and Chairmanof Going through stop sign 14
presented a carton of donated Bermuda. the local airlines committee recognizing his "outstanding con- Other Violations 42
tribution to the and of "
growth development defense transportation.
Thirty-five drivers appeared
Schedules Also shown RAdm. Lawrence R. Gels,
Galley are COMFAIRJAX; Jack before the Traffic Hearing Board I
Mobley ((2nd from Right), District Sales Manager, Delta Airlines; and !
on Oct. 19. Disposition of the
Arnold Smith, local JAMTO
Manager.
Chicken Fry Nov. 1 cases Seventeen included lost the following driving :and

Jax Enlisted personnel are cordially Invited to enjoy Family Night parking privileges aboard the
(Chicken Fry)Nov.at the NAS Enlisted Dining Hall. station for various periods; nine
All guests are required to be accompanied by an Active Duty Without AdvertisingYou were assigned to complete an
Military Sponsor. It is requested that reservations be made not later eight-hour course in remedial
than Oct.30 by calling Ext.3302 or 3669. Wouldn't Know. driving; none received
Meal hours will be 4-6:30: p.m. suspensions; sixteen were given

The menu: Southern Fried Chicken, Brown Gravy, Whipped warnings; two were dismissed;
Potatoes, Bread Dressing, Hot Spiced Beets, Seasoned Green Beans, nine were fined (U.S.
Cranberry Sauce, Southern Fruit Punch, and Dessert Bar. Magistrate); and fifteen were
referred to commanding officers
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ENTERTAINMENT Twenty-eight drivers were
NEWEST CONCEPT assessed eighty-eight' traffic

IN APARTMENT LIVING points.
.M NIGHTLY
.23 BEDROOM I AND 2 BATHS

Spacious rooms, wide windows, Monday through Saturday Cdr Delplato
central heat & air cond. Private
patios, sundecks, swimming. pool :::::::::::::.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
and party room. Takes HelmJax

264.8102' SPECIALRATES per person
$6.00
FOR SERVICEMEN double occupancy Cdr. Lawrence S.
1800 KINGSLEY AVE. Delplato, USNR, has relievedCdr.
Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge ft Dine at Biter's Seafood
DIRECTIONS Between Standing' Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic R. W., Bruce as Com-
Blvd. & Orange Park. Minutes Swimming Pool, Fret Undercover Parking. manding Officer of the Naval and
away via new I 295.. .
Marine Corps Reserve Center

iJ'= downtown.The .
JAlk1IINI1E Center, located at 1453
Morse Street, is comprised of 11

vci .. MOTOR'HQTEL different Naval Reserve units ..
901 Main Street Phone 3553744Within with approximately 700 personnel
from the Jacksonville area.
walking distance to all points of interest.Don't .
Cdr. Delplato reported from
1felaJHtedtuwt Duty as Fleet Forces Officer,
I Fifth Naval District Head
quarters, Norfolk.
)we 1te w< His other previous assignments
let included Weapons Officer, USS ""
moneyproblems BOXER (LPII 4)); Engineering rs
Officer, USS CARP (SS 338);
Since1885 kI affect Instructor, Nuclear War School;
Operation and Navigation Officer *
USS CAIMAN (SS 3230;
Gunnery Officer, USS W. M,
HAVERTY'S your performance. WOOD (DDR 715)); and Turret
Officer, USS NEW JERSEY
(BB62)).
FURNITURE r He Is a graduate of the U.S.
You have important work to do. And
Naval Academy and the Navy
you'll do your best if you don't have other .Submarine School, New London,

things'on your mind. Like a stack of unpaid I CoM.
.
bills. .

We consolidate bills. Pay them off. Cut .,.'. .,.-
MILITARY DISCOUNT!. IOn monthly payments. And still give people .>,

extra cash. To handle emergency. For a.

trip home. Color TV Whatever.You .', ..
gpJ. I
have enough to do without worrying

about money. Visit or call Avco Financial

Services. 5821 San Juan at Niblick .
ALL furniture in our huge new store...! Phone 786-6404

Military personnel ONLY! ,FINANCIAL AVCO I 2

SERVICES
Q 1,2, and 9 Bedrooms
You can't buy better' furniture at a better price anywhere In "LOANS, TO WOO" \\fcbelievc in)w. O Garden type apartmentsQ
America ... period! .Come In and let us prove you save more at :, Individual air conditioning.and .
Haverty'sl Easy terms, Free delivery, Free parking I heating .
5639 BEACH BLVD. 398-6424

5515 Normandy Blvd. next to Pic V Save 1959 BLANDING BLVD. 389.3446 Q Drapes furnished
5888 NORWOOD AVE. 356.3311 a Wall to wall carpetingQ
Large Swimming Pools t
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lJ Navymen Help. Turn Eyesore.. Into Triumph IJ

.,;-1 J By Ltjg( )John Sheridan & this association, envisioned an Then, more than 60 volunteersfrom
>,, been in a state of complete chaos all this. the association turned out in
} VP-5 PAO and had incurred debts of more opportunity to change force with a borrowed farm

i 'I Jax- The grand opening of the Walter Odom Field in than $5,000.The Interest this financial Snowballed obstacle tractor and their personal garden

j, Bellair, with its facilities for Little League football and major obstacles of With interest snowballed equipment to finely grade, fertilize -

t ; v baseball, is an excellent example of how the Navy and organizing the association, Bob and overcome now,, more than ever, it- and seed the area.
. civilian men of the community, with the cooperation of said, were this debt, the sad seemed possible that the four NAS JAX Helps
condition and Concrete blocks were donated
of the field itself,
Mr.
Iii Clay County officials, can turn what was once a local the frequent overseas acres of land donated by by local contractors and a permanent
i } eyesore into a much needed and appreciated youth park. deployments and transfers of the Walter Odom take of Clay shape County as a set of bleachers was
of the might soon constructed. A second set
VP-5's Ltjg( ) Bob Thompson, a our boys to play ball" as a long men many military community athletic field. of
{ families who live in Bellair and bleachers was donated
portable
member of the board of directors standing need in his community Part of the field, located in a
Ii of the Bel-Med Athletic Until December of last year, Meadowbrook. marshy area at the end of by NAS Jax.
Association, described the unfortunately, the association Herschel Stokes of Woodside Street, was permanently At the opening ceremony held
necessity of "a clean place for that could fulfill these needs had Meadowbrook, now president of flooded. When title to on Oct. 21, the football field was
.,. to complete and ready for its first
this area was turned over Clay
-..., County it became eligible for games that afternoon.
The concession stand, teen club
\ development work by the county.
\ GATt and tennis courts will be completed
90\...... fiN Fifteen hundred truck loads of In early December. When
lW fill would be needed to raise the ,
baseball season arrives ,next
level of the field so that dryness
three new diamonds will
the spring
Oi could be insured throughout
year, thus allowing utilization of await Bellair.the pint-sized sluggers of

FOOT9RUfitLO the entire area.
A careful planning job by Bob With the help of some of the
ftnt O Thompson insured optimum use men of VP-5, such as Ltjg( )
of the land to be reclaimed. Thompson, ATC Bill Wise, ATC
With a copy of the plans in John Moore, AE1 Ned Hertzog,
i hand, County Commissioners and ADCS Norman Farrell,along
..,-..- Homer Newell and Olin Howard with AME3 Jack Stanley of VA-
., arranged to provide the fill,along 203, and the many civilian
U< I TttAICW with the use of leveling equip community leaders who participated
; I O ment and a prisoner labor force in the project, Herschel
,,, lUlCf*** o to 'remove ,some of the existing stokes vislon'of "a place to play
,.."., structures, such as two flooded- ball"is unquestionably one of the
coilAPSf UNCI ..' out baseball dugouts in the center finest community athletic centers
\ BMtQAu. nuoiBO' of the field. in North Florida.
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CAREFUL PLANNING was necessary to obtain three baseball fields,a football field,tennij'courts
and a teen club from four acres of land. The drawing above shows the layout of Walter Odom Park.

The interested members of the
::
I, : : : evi..ra.J.. I community were invited to the
..
..) first open meeting ever held by
Oct. 29 thru Nov. 5
:::
the Bel-Med Association. A
; 1 i :::::::;; ;; ;; ili im; 1 : :;:i constitution was approved and a
:: 17-member board of directors
: C L Overturf, Jr. was formed.

:::: The children of the community,
&:::* Evening Service 7:45 P.M. who would untimately benefit
S:: Bible Study 10:00 A.M. from this work then raised
.....:. $8,000in MISSION ACCOMPLISH ED-Clay County Commissioner Homer
profits by selling candy doortodoor. Newell cuts the ribbon to open Walter Odom Park as the persons most
I Lake Shore Church of ChrIst I Iif. EIGHT THOUSAND involved with the project stand by. Left to Right are: Herschel Stokes,
DOLLARS !II!! President of the Bel-Med Athletic Association: County Commissioners
2121 Blanding Blvd. More than a few people took Olin Howard and Homer Newell Walter Odom, AE1
notice of the accomplishments, Hertzog and Ltg(| )Bob Thompson,members of the-Board of Directors
and enthusiasm of these boys. and VP-5.


JIM OWENS StllOTHERS Yawn
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PROMISE,
Jax-Sunday, Oct. 29., is

Fly Southern to .,\ the day to regain that hour
of sleep you lost last April
AAABASSADOR MATADOR'GREMJLIN JAVELIN HORNET
ColumbusAlbany when Daylight Saving

: ,Ga. SOUTHSIDEAMERICAN Time began.

"I..s. The official time to set

clocks back one hour and
: With lntegrlty..Servlced With Sincerity"American resume Eastern Standard
Motors sw PHILLIPS HIGHWAY PHONE 737.3400iinun
time is 2 a.m. Sunday

Atlanta morning. However, we
recommend you cheat a

AnnMILITARYAUTOMOBILE little by setting your clock

Call your Base Airline Ticket back before you go to bed.

.. '.a Office,or Southern 757-2381. Don't forget-or you

Mil II 111WMILITARY could arrive at work an

SouthernAirways hour early.
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,ttfBWV "TWO OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU" Jacksonville,Florida 32704
-,...,,..,\ Formerly Continental Insurance Underwriters WANTEDUSED I

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"'" ;' ". ; (Near NAS) (Near NS) EQUIPMENT.WE PAY
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i JAX CIVILIAN HIGHLIGHTS

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I Several policies and table.
S I Civilian Cafeteria Menu practices- affecting the work livesof The Commissioners have not

Federal employees could be approved, tentatively or other-
(l'<. ,: MrndayOct,30 of Beef on- Block with New with Creole Sauce, Pork Chops opened to labor-management wise,any of the specific proposed
S \ Tomato Soup, Braised Short Potatoes, Liver with Onions, with Apples, Spaghetti and Meat negotiation under proposals sent changes. Comments are being
interested
I Ribs of Beef with Rice, Chopped Fried Chicken, 7 oz. Chopped Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, for comment 'to Federal agen sought from parties so
t i J Swiss Steak, Baked Fresh lIam Sirloin, Surf Cakes with Slaw. Fried Fish.French dies,employee unions, and other the Commissioners can give
I' (. with Dressing, 7 oz. Chopped French Fried Potatoes, Fried Potatoes, Interested parties by the U.S. further consideration to these
(I t Sirloin, Fish.French Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Mashed Potatoes,Turnip Greens, Civil Service Commission proposals.The .
Fried Potatoes, Gravy, Lima Beans, Spinach, Rice and Gravy, Great Northern recently
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Corn. Beans, Okra & Tomatoes. In the spirit of Executive Order labor-relations Executive
Gravy, String Beans, Squash, Chef Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad, Chef Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad, 11491, which governs labor- Order calls for a bilateral processin
J \' Blackeyes. Combination Salad, Plain Jello, Combination Salad, Plain Jello, management relations in the which employees participate in
i t Chef Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad, Fruit Jello,Fruit,Cottage Cheese, Fruit Jello,Fruit Cottage Cheese, Federal Government, the determining personnel policiesand
Combination Salad, Plain Jello, Plain Cottage'Cheese, Fruit Cup, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Commission is considering practices affecting working
Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Carrot'and Raisin, Beet and Pea Salad, Waldorf Salad. changes in a number of its conditions. Excluded from the
fr;. Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Onion. Egg Custard Pie, Boston regulations and requirements to process, however, are matters
)4 Potato Salad, Cucumber Mix. Apple Pie, Sweet Potato Pie, Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Assorted make it possible to bargain on covered by law,Executive Order,
'. Coconut Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Strawberry Short Cake, Assorted Pudding. certain issues on the<< Initiative of civil service regulations, and
Layer Cake, Assorted Pudding. Pudding. Thursday,Nov 2 either the management or the regulations issued by higher
; Tuesday,Oct.31 Wednesday,Nov.1 Vegetable Soup, Country Steak labor side at the bargaining agency authority.In .
Minestrone Soup, Roast Round Bean Soup, Baked Meat Loaf with Yellow Rice, Chicken Ala
'1' King over Biscuits, Corn Beef REAL ESTATE matters, visit or call
with Cabbage, 7 oz. Chopped
I U!I Sirloin, Fish.French WAYNE SHRUM
Fried Potatoes,
QUESTIONS Mashed Potatoes, Rice and An associate of

Gravy, Pinto Beans, Mixed BLANDING AGENCY Inc.
ABOUT LOANS? Vegetables, Baked Egg Plant. w
Chef Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad, REALTORSHonesty r"k
Combination Salad, Plain Jello, yp : ur'
WE'LL ANSWER THEM.No Fruit Jello,Fruit Cottage Cheese, Dependability, Sincerity in +
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, REAL ESTATE SALES

( No sales pitches.) Tuna Salad, Health Salad. 5102 Blanding Boulevard
I names. r Almond Cream Pie,Devil Food
Phone 771-9513
i Bi HB BMaBHi BBHH HB HaHm HB* Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted
Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on Pudding.
your mind-about payments rates, anything. For quick, Friday,Nov.3
courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor Chicken Gumbo, Trout.
See the GREATEST
talk shop unless you want us to. Almondine, Stuffed Peppers,
I Dial Finance Creole Sauce, Baked Franks with EXOTIC SNAKE DANCE
; We don't want you to like us just for our money 3eans, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin. In the U.S.A
40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 9 French Fried Potatoes,
5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895 Mashed Potatoes, Rice and WS
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4721 San Juan Ave. 384-2314
Loans to
Cheese, Stewed Tomatoes,
I 1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764.2583 $600
Cucumber and Tomatoes. :; ..
Coconut Cream Pie, Banana
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featuring hit friends
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To Play DowntownJax


A musical organization unique in
the history of _
this country and the United States Navy will be In

Jacksonville Saturday, Oct. 28, and has scheduled _
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special 4-hour performance at Regency Square.The a t /1

Navy Steel Band, based in Once back at his headquarters
,
San Juan,. Puerto Rico, uses RAdm Gallery explained; his idea
modified, man-size, 55-gallon oil to his Chief Musician and before
drums to create a sound that has the chief could open his mouth to

been heard and applauded argue, he had a set of orders in "
around the world since 1957. hand to go to Trinidad and createa
The sounds born in Trinidad Navy Band with the sounds he
with the sultry sound of a calypsobeat heard.

are played by 13 Navy RAdm. Galley is now long 3LAj '\
enlisted men and a chief petty retired,but the music of the Navy
officer who serves as band Steel Band lives on.
leader. _
They are as much at home witha The sounds are created by .
,, .
hard-rock number, an old dents in the top of the drums and r
standard or a rousing military the size and shapes of the dents EARLY CHRISTMAS-Mrs. Howard opens one of the many golng-away gifts presented to her
determine the tone. It's by the Jax 86 wives club.
march as they are with the an in-
traditional calypso beat. strument unlike anything else in
The band is being brought here the world. 86 -"
Honors Mrs. Howard
by the Jacksonville Recruiting The Steel Band has performedat lax
District, headquartered in both the Brussels and New
downtown Jacksonville.It York World Fairs, appeared on Jax Mrs. B. J. Howard
now ferred to New Orleans later this president of NWCA Cecil Field;
all started 16 years ago when three national TV Shows, and starting her second term as month.At Mrs. Kenneth Howard, National
RAdm. Dan Gallery, who ,had boasts two command per- National Secretary of NWCA and the luncheon the club Public Relations Chairman of
gained fame when he capturedthe formances at the White House. last year's Sixth Naval District presented Mrs. Howard with a NWCA; Mrs. Reginald Berry,
first German U-Boat in the Sounds as old as the Tropics an Wife of the Year, was honored pair of crystal candlesticks. She honorary member of Jax 86; Mrs.Carl .
North Atlantic and towed it backto as new as today come to last week by the Jax 86 wives clubat also received going away gifts l Simonsen, former sponsor;
the UJS., was serving as Jacksonville when the Navy Steel a farewell luncheon.A from individual friends. and Mrs. B. J. Kaco.
Commander of the Caribbean Sea Band makes its only appearancein past president and lifetime Guests at the luncheon included Luncheon chairman was Mrs. \
Frontier in San Juan. the area at Regency Square member of Jax 86, Mrs. Howard Capt. and Mrs. William G. Dwight LaMar, assisted by Mrs
On his first trip to Trinidad, Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. and her family will be trans- Sizemore, NAS Jax CO and Eugene Kubinski.In .
which was one of the units in his sponsors of Jax 86; Capt. and
tropic command, he stopped his Mrs. William J. Vaught, COM- other Jax 86 news, the'club
Are A
You 'Ham
car to watch a group of natives ? FAW-11 and co-sponsors<< of the has scheduled a Western Night
pounding away with, sledge club; Chaplain George Evans; Social for October 28 and a'
hammers and chisels on rusty 55- Jax -All licensed operators and anyone interested in Mr. and, Mrs. Arthur Slocumb, Thanksgiving I Dinner Dance for
gallon drums that had floated obtaining an Amateur Radio license are invited to at- NAS SIO; Mrs. Edward Hall, Nov. 18.
ashore.
tend an organizational meeting Oct. 30 at 3:30: p.m. at
For the inquisitive admiral,the
natives gladly threw their tools Bldg. 726. .
aside, and with rubbertippedsticks This meeting.will be for the purpose of determining
came up with some wild feasibility of maintaining an Amateur Radio Station :: a Big Chief Say:
music from the "useless"drums. aboard NAS Jax.NEW .
That did it. He was hooked.kooo.

TO THE BASE? r SAVBIG9UM. NEAP


your fl)0 1il1f@P2lI/JJ@z ftJ@Ii'llill//! 1ALJ: ;'

can provide additional funds

Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your .
: money needs are handled the way you want them. 5. Y'w
Call or come in-we'll do the rest.DOMESTIC 4 PLYPOLYESTER ; r
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Q-Who approves schools or FINANCE
institutions for training under \ t I
the GI Bill? COHfOHATIOffSINCl HIT
LOANS TO$900
A-That responsibility falls 8 OFFICES JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK DUAL
to the states each of which has ,
.
an approving agency.
Q-Are women veterans eligible
NOW HEAR THIS! TREAD
for VA pension?

A-Yes. Some 10,100, or i
NOW HEAR THIS!
about .9 per cent of the total
number of veterans on VA pen

sion rolls, are women. 30,000 MILE GUARANTEES
Q-I have National Service
Life Insurance which has beenin F78x11 or 1 5 G1ax11 0

plan force since under 1945.the If I ordinary discontinue life L Thefleetjn: $ 1 7 plus J 9 9 9 plus 5 ; l

premiums and take out a paid- 52.38 FET $2.S4 FET
up policy, will my dividends be
discontinued? at Avis. '
A.-No but dividends will not FREE FREE FREE FREE
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be as large as those on 'your \ 14 mvvNTIn. TIRE FRONT El10 FREE IIRE ,

present policy. :\ tEPEIR INSPECIINN RO_TARION'iP'

PASSENGER TIRE GUARANTEE
Steer a course for action-

Make Avis your first port o' 4 DAIIIIELLHOILEji INSTANT CREDIT
call and feel free again to '
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REALTOR 356-6849 Base Service Station Corner Enterprise and Kelley
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
PublisherJAX Movie Schedule
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AIR NEWS I=
NAS Jacksonville = CALL: 388.2755

i Ads should be mailed .... .
to arrive not later than III"---- - - -
LATWINGER Tuesday for publication! the following Thursday.
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE == Ads published arriving lM.late for this deadline will be Thursday, Oct. 26 Starring Richard Attenboroughand
fOllowing week unless the NAS: "THE BUTTERCUP
8 publisher Is 'Instructed Lee Remick. "PG" (101
otherwise.
I I I money order for the full cost of the A ad check must be or CHAIN"Drama,Starring Hywell min.)
received WITH the Bennett and Jane Asher. "R" ((95
for
4747 San Juan Avenue copy the ad. HOSPITAL: "THE BUT-

Jacksonville Florida I RATE I minimum charge(3lines( min.) TERCUP CHAIN"
) S2.00
HOSPITAL "JOE KIDD"Western
Per addltlonallineU : Oct.28 .
words per line) .so Saturday,
Starring Clint Eastwood .
\ NAS: "HELL'S BELLES"

d.d "., _, ______ and John Saxon. "PC" (88 Action Drama Starring Jeremy
qn ,, ,
6.I
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Slate and Jocelyn Lane. "R" ((96
AIRE LITE INDUSTRIES JAX Friday,Oct.21 min.)
PEMPLOYMENTIJ{ ; Fabrication In rescreening, window '70 SABRE NAS: "LOOT" Comedy
I[ screens, 12x60, 2BR, 1 Bath with double sinks, HOSPITAL:
.... .............. ...................... screen doors, patio & pool "LOOT"I
..,,, ........ ....... ......'........ .u enclosures, aluminum W W shag carpet, AC, assume mortg.mo. .
II roofs &
i'D'i..: carports .
free estimates. pmts. of 106.23, call.work 772.3156or
JOBSIJOBSIJOBS I operated by: Norman T.Owned Abrams&, Barrack 7L 772-3857. Dr. R. TIMOTHY CARTER
Shorthand Secretarys, Dictaphone
USN retired, Paul
,
Tinney
2568
Operators, Typists, Clerks, Ave., 384.12 2.ALTERATIONS. Edison OptometristAnnounces
Keypunchers. 70 NEW MOON
HIGH PAY NO FEE m "" """ 12x60, 3BR, ww carpet, CH & A, the
Call Norrell Temporary ft DRESSMAKING washer & dryer. Equity and take over
396.5371DARKROOM in my home, 6876.2 Old Mlddleburg pmts. Call alt 5PM, 2643365.' Relocation oJ his Optometric Practice
Rd., 771.0939. to


TECHNICIAN Call 387.3566 Park Central Shopping Center .... '; ,
Part time. nights. for L L:.REAL :E STAB''III1; '70 HOLLY PARK
interview.DO ; 12 x 60, 2BR, Completely furnished, 1592 Park A venue Phone 264-2425

YOU LIKE TO SELL? AC, Washer-dryer, WW carpet, Orange Park, Florida 32073
rent, 771 0990.
assume payments or -
It's easy to be a success and earn good WE BUY ft SELL EQUITIESCall (Green Cove Springs Phone 284-3452)
money with repeat sales. No limit on us for Quick service
age. 'For Interview call 389.3571 bet- Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. 'FLEETWOOD
ween 7 & 9 p.m.PARTTIME. 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. 64 x 12, 12 ft. expando LR, 2BR, Sep.
771.3052 737-3864 DR, Cent. H.A, 7x10 utll. rm., Extr.
TYPIST nice, $7200, 771-6098, 771-6187.
50 WPM mIn., artistic ability helpful. TIIE
2040 hours per week, no weekends. McCLENNY QUICK MOVE-IN '71 MOBILE HOME
Good pay, fringes, Westsl f.. Phone New brick homes, 3BR, 2B, CH S. CA, 12x60, furnished. $425 down, assume
387.3566 for appointment. WW carpets, Kit. equip., Lg. Lots. monthly payments, $92.50. Phone 724- GIFTS
DUKE LOSTUMBO, Realtor 389.2331 HOWHISWIICOMIO
3281.

ATTENTION PARENTS NORMANDY ACRES *Nautical Chart tOufrtggrri" Nautical' Wears -,
Interested In earning extra money? A 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road 1'ainti .flllh Rnxts a Burger Jackets C E::(
Marshal Field family-owned enterprise *Hardware >Sfeif >Table Wear IVIMUOI
frontage, Vt to 10 acre tracts. Land is J
expansion Is program.conducting We interested a nationwide the best Investment for the future. 11lllt.lliJ .Repair Material' Accessories' Other GoodiesWET /

Other tracts available over Southwest STORAGE-MARINE HOISTSHUIL SERVICE'VACHT BROKER
in hiring 5 persons In this area to work
Jacksonville. EXPERT ENGINE vICE-OUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE INBOARD.
days a week,5 hours a day.Will pay Wynne Realty of Florida '71 OPEL STATIONWAGEN SEE THE NEWEST BOATS MOTORS. CANOES and TRAILERS
1500 minimum for 100 sales Interviews 389.5514 1900 Series, Low mileage
Call! 724-3596 any morning. 389.8507 264.5827 SEGRAVES Itef tf MARINA .

SALESMAN WANTED
QUICK CASH FOR ROOSEVELT BLVD at ORTEGA RIVER
YOUR EQUITY
at
Apply Florida Jewelers, 18 W. VW BUS
Forsyth St." 353-0625. Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. New eng. Will make good Beach Jscksoaillle ioildi IA""""IIE:

:. ... ..... ..... ..... .. Edward O. Lyon, Broker 389-03(1 Buggy. Trade for camper or sell, 264- Pier 66 Ff.nchiiw) Manna. phone M7 abpp OPEN SUNDAY "
I.F 6884. BOATS,MOTORS, CANOES:
r ii.m4:911: MIDDLE BURG AREA Thunderbird. StarCraf' .Mfg .Troian .Grumman T.Craft JJ
1 acre Mobile Home tracts In Sun. '67 CADILLAC n r* / i 31732: i > 7 i i i i i > i f i i r>

nyslde Farms. Call 264.2086._ 4bR., HT, loaded, exec. tires,
BE A DISC JOCKEY ... .
Call 355-2944for a CEDAR HILLS reasonable mOdellong wheel or base trade pickup for late 771- :: :::J ;::: ::' .. :

Recorded message by 3BR, 2B, BIRO, WW carpets, Cov. 3211, Ext. 8340.Jax's. ..; WESTSIDE ,
Scott Edwards patio, fenced yard, $123 mo., sm. .

COLUMBIA BROADCASTINGHome SCHOOLOF equity.DUKE LOSTUMBO,Realtor 389.2331 VOLKSWAGEN !i@ :::

School 3BR,2B PRETTY fircdfcit L ; .j:: : .

1902 Van Ness,San
Francisco
Fenced yard,fruit trees very nice FURNITURE
Home Study .
Not affiliated with CBS,'inc. $16,000.VANSANDT.Realtor 387-1213 Values! 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511
Approved for Veterans& Servicemen
Open Daily 8 to 8:30.Saturday 8 to Sunday 1 to 6 PM
Local office; Ml Fla. Natl. Bank Bldt

72 VW SUPER BEETLE R&H, 3,000 Miles $2095

Consoles NEW RCA, some and ZENITH with AM-FM STEREO tape 111 lf:4Z111I: 71 VW SUPER BEETLE R&H, Extra Clean W5 it

players, at dealers' cost to liquidate 70 VW SEDAN R&H 5"95'
stock. warranty! Phone 771-0409.
Full
PARK
ORANGE 69 VW SEDAN R&H 515'5.. .
2 BR, Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish ,
LIVE CRABS washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth M VW SEDAN AC R&H $1495

. Wllford's 264-Fish 9707 Camp AptS. 771-1405 or 7713355. 67 VW SEDAN AC R&H $1295

66 VW SEDAN Extra Sharp $995
GIVE US A CALL FOR
TYLER'S service Auto AIR COND.AC, Central SERVICEWe Units Quick Rental of your Property 72 VW BUS Deluxe, 'AC, R&H '. $3495

and Window Units. Reasonable. Edward 0.Lyon, Broker 3890361WILMARAPARTMENTS 70 VW BUS Deluxe, R&H $2495

4711 Palmer Lake'Shore 3885161: SURPLUS GOODS 70 VW SQUARE BACK, R&H $2095

Air Conditioned, 2 bedroom Living 69VW KARMANNGHIA, R&H $1795
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER room, Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking DISCOUNT STORE
Responsible party take up pmts. of S5. space for 2 cars, water, sewage, 72 DATSUN 240Z AC, AM-FM: Stereo $4195
a month. Call dealer. 772-8936. garbage, lawn service, Furnished-
$120., Unfurnished.$100. plus 4 per Nice Selection of other Model VW's
HARMONY ELEC.GUITAR cent sales ta. 387-2541 weekends, 3890744. -
W-Case & Small amp. Perfect cond.,. *

_M5.. 7812260. BEING TRANSFERRED THe-APARTmEnT T 00 % GUARANTEE!

SINGER TOUCH 'N'SEW
Let a retired Navy man who un- We them the VW 14 and Performance Inspection.
Cost over S400., In 4-drawer desk W\TH\ gave point Safety
Used 12 months. Sews stretch fabric, derstands YOU problems, manage lmmlnG% POOL! Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
makes buttonholes, fancy designs the rental of your house until you b 1 And guaranteed them,100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
blind hems, monograms, overcasts, return to Jax.Bartleson.O'Nell. major| mechanical: parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
& Payne, Inc. An
double check.
winds bobbin inside machine. Dal.
So. Edgewood Ave. LIFE:
1147 GOOD
89. Cash or $6.50 per mo. Public. 358.93112IRMO.HO. THE ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
Discount Center, 805 S. Edgewood \20.\ ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Ave., 389-0494. FRom


MARRIAGES PERFORMED Furnished After Call 52IEDROOMAPT.771.6908. VillUJood DOMESTIC SPECIALS!

ANYTIME -ANY PLACE' Jamme.s Ro ad ....t..
2045
Call 733-8327
P"_ Furn., AC, all elec., S min. NAS conv. mInutes Roosevelt 1970 CHEVROLET BELAIR $1850
10 \
to schools. Will rent to Bachelor or
DATING BY COMPUTERFor family. 264.6884.IEILE. sonviile Out Auto, AC, Radio, Low Mileage
fun, friendship, or marriage. For RIght on San '
Blv. STATION WAGON $1295
69 CHEVELLE
unmarried adults only. Send name, < Then

address, age in confidence to C.S.I., HOMES iI AT, R&H $JWC>
P.O. Box 2270, Satellite Bch., Florida \
32935. sa- 69 BUICK RIVIERA $2295

.MATCHEDWASHER JUSTISS TRAILER PARK i Air, All power., Vinyl, ,roof .
AND DRYER SET 1 Qtr mile No. of NAS. Clean Modern .
USed;. $100. Small refrigerator, $35 trailers and opts 389.3007. ..nwAMEN.MANAGEMENtA COM .
Phone 268.6660. J' ., COli'
.. sEddary ,. Ol\ltLlPtAtll1'
FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES ;:\'AlllN lIAlt.
. STEREO RECEIVER Live In one, rent\ other. App. 200. mo.
" lonter'.;' SX-990, S125., call Valez, Dead Lake. 786.0712, 771-4040.: j
,lax. Ext. 3067or 2642136.


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The Kadis Learning Center is a special kind of

school with a specialized staff and program. We are 5928 FIRESTONE 771-6666 ROAD

dedicated to the development of the child I with ., ,

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specialized program with:
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Poor Reader Individual Instruction Evaluation '
Short Attention Span 'v' Perceptual Development Academic Abilities Battery ({I Cij) f 1 r j) {l

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..:,..: >E JuO' U-PIC-EM: B. W. Castelli Wins UPj'm I

n
} BALLOTNAME
.f
Jax
-Last week's U-Pic-

Em ballot proved to be one

of the toughest of the yearas

the closest anyone could

RANK OR TITLE AGE_ I'liONE come was two misses. V 4s


DUTY STATION SERVICE NUMBER_ Six persons tied with
only two misses but only
(this week' games) ,
two of them correctly ..ter.:,.
AIR FORCE ARIZONA STATE ______ picked Colorado over

MARYLAND VIRGINIA Oklahoma in the tiebreaker a aI
,
From those two '
ARMY MIAMI ballots B. W. Castelli of

Data Processing emerged .
AUBURN FLORIDA STATE < l
\ rf1
the winner. \ ,. .
CORNELL YALE .
This was only the fourth "
DUKE NAVY_ time Castelli has enteredthe I :

PENN STATE WEST VIRGINIA contest this year and ,
out of those four times he
GEORGIA TECH ,__TULANE
has been a runner-up twice

PHILADELPHIA_____ NEW ORLEANS. and now the winner.

OAKLAND LOS ANGELES The balloter Castelli
edged out was 14-year-old B. W. Castelli

Walter Fenley Jr. the son
,
TIE-BREAKER: predict final score on the Penn State vs_
West Virginia game.Indicate winners in other games by a check of Walter Fenley of NARF.
mark. Fenley Senior was a
Ballot boxes for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the Navy winner last year and has
Exchange near the Lay-away counter and at Galley One. Ballots been a runner-up twice
must be in by noon each Friday or they won't be picked up.LU this '
year. NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: NEW & USED TV SETS

..................................................,...............,...................................................,...'..............,........,........................,.............."................................................ who The only other missed four balloters two but NEW NEW &DESKS USED AND REFRIGERATORS TYPEWRITERS& STOVES '
failed to pick the tie- AIR CONDITIONERS
Hrs.Sam..7p.m.tome In t Browse
[ JAX SPORT BRIEFS .I breaker correctly were

LCdr. J. A. Mulrennan, CQNNETT FURNITURE CO, tiff

..... m .. __ SKI T. H. Bennett, BTCS I 5326 WESCONNEtT at I03rd *7i l>75t
Homer L. Jones and A01 S
BASKETBALL MEETING Saturday, October 28 at 9 a.m.
The clinic is free of charge Arley Toney.

Jax An organizational .....u_u..U U_u...................._._....._....._...._._...........................................' ..........:0:':':':':':':':'.
meeting, for the upcoming Intramural $ :! ::::::::::::::::: : : : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : .:..: WINNINGTONIGHT

basketball season was
r-
held yesterday. Any units or HONDA9OF
commands who did. not have a ... ; ::
::::
at the .
representative meeting, 1:
but would still like to participate ..1...... \
should contact the athletic officeat y.::1: HOND JAX1millllllimillllllllllllllllllimmimmilimmmmiimill 1
; :
Ext. 3239 as soon as possible. ::: :

:l &:: S2DAILY $3 PERFECTA $9 5 DAILY

BASKETBALL MEETINGJax OFFICIALS t. 4425 NORWOOD AVE PHONE 764-241 || DOUBLE
1 It TWO RACES 6th& 12th RACES LAST TWO RACES
'Wid
A meeting for all per- *lw it'tWill1WHWM QUINIELA6. WIN-PLACE-SHOW WAGERING EVERY RACE
sonnel interested in officiating
during the upcoming basketball
season was held yesterday.If you
were not able to attend the WESfSIDE'HOU$6

meeting and would like to of- OFOPALfTY SERVICE'Toy 13 JO .
ficiate,contact the athletic officeat CASSAtAVENUE I'OR
Ext. 3239 as soon as possible.
ot Si lest Service

JAX NAVY GOLF TEAM 82

1972 CORONA NG'iIIIRK
month
Jax-The Jax Navy Golf Team per
defeated the. 'St. Johns River
'
Junior College at Palatka last
week 364-380.Barry Smith of VP-
56 and Timmer Ahearns of Std. Equipment <
AFEES'led the team with 70s. Includes: K;
Bryan White. of.VW-4 ,was one Front disc > "
{stroke behind with, a 71. Dick BrakesWheel
fHastel was'low man"for the /St.Johns covers ; IM11. .C M..t.1III. '
team with a 72. Nylon carpets \ 4 poor 0'011'" G

. NAVY JAX RIFLE White wall tire pHCNE) 38MWl SEDAN CLUBHOUSE ADMISSION: $1.50

Delivered In Jax.on approved credit Including tag;salts tax Includes comfortable table seating for the night!
AND
PISTOL CLUB
dealer prep, transport and title fees; Apr t.7l percent; In.
tires S342.77 Doc.stamps 3.00;unpaid balance S2U7.;total DINNER served 6:3010Most :
Jax -The Navy Jax Rifle and note S2JI3.S2; cash or trade-In down S433.2.
Pistol Club will hold a meeting on exciting place to dine. Complete
Monday, November 6 at the NAS Transportation '?DooG delicious meals from $2.95 .. and you'll
Jax Range from 11:30: a.m. to ft1RAMBLER 6cYl p Specials ecYl ATgC oy30Ge r enjoy a spectacular view of every race!
12:30: p.m. All personnel in- of Week
terested both military and $195 $99 RESERVATIONS:

civilian, are cordially invited to WEEKDAYS until 3 ((904)) 3882623.
attend.
71 TOYOTA Pick-up 4spd,R&H SlltSsists After 3 '((904)) 2649575.
TIMER AND JUDGE CLINICJax 67 CAMARO C.liuoCspd.Loaded,R&H.AC sists SATURDAY after 1 pm ((904)) 2649575.
71 TOYOTA
The Navy Jax Swim Satalllte Sebring Plus Loaded (335suts
PLYMOUTH
Team Is sponsoring a Timers and 71 72 MAV.ERICK 4dr.,4cyl.,3spd.AC GRANDSTAND ADMISSION Still only 50cents

Judges Clinic to qualify people 70 TOYOTA Pickup 4spd.ip2drHT,8-cyl R&H TR&H.Low Mll, silts S2 lS 1st RACE POST TIME I1:30OCTOBER26,197
who wish to officiate, at AAU 72 PLYMOUTH 8p.rn.SAJ :
sanctioned swim meets,it will be
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,, SS.u T Tiit 'Returning Resident' Title


"e C.e ..I U"!"C Standing' Boulevard' Can Change For Taxes
:., House of Quality Foods Cedar HIIII Shopping Center) .
"
:. Phone 771-9223 United States citizens, includ- remain In the United States at
Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is Ing retired service members living least 72 hours.( This allows the
in foreign countries, may importation of up to $100 worthof
NIGHT
FAMILY
: now be classified as "nonresi- gifts for other persons, including -
i STEAK tour choice of dents" instead of "returning a gallon of alcoholic
CHICKEN & residents" when they enter this beverages and 100 cigars
$179 DUMPLINGS or 79 country for short visits, U.S. Commissioner Acree pointedout
NIGHT Commissioner of Customs .Verne that if a person claims non-
CHOPPED STEAK n D. Acree announced today. resident status when arrivingfor
a short visit, he or she may
V4 Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ,,.and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter The Commissioner also noted
not claim any of the privileges
LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PM til 6 PM that foreign citizens living afforded returning residents of
abrcad who have resided in the the basic
Watch For Our Luncheon Meat Specia139 cents Monday Thru Saturday United States and who would the$100 U.S.personal For instance exemption for

) ordinarily be considered return- residents cannot be claimed by
ing resident when arriving fora non-residents.

DO IT YOURSELF AND SAVE!! may temporary likewise stay be classified in the U.S.as, resident Customs travelers'officers baggage clearing non-may

Decorator Room Pieces.Look nonresidents for Customs pur- request a list in duplicate of all
...on pones. imported articles of substantial

different This change in status entitles value to insure that the articlesare
at the many ways you
can combine these Etag(.,esl I Create these ,individuals to import certain exported when the visitor
I articles free of and abroad. Such list also
the perfect spot to show off your duty returns a
t. treasures In the wall-unit or room internal revenue taxes. For example includes the duration of the ex
r divider that you size to your own space Commissioner A ere e pected visit and port of depar
requirements. UNIT A said, nonresident visitors may ture from the U.S. At the time
r V $2795 import their wearing apparel, of departure, nonresident trav-
jewelry, and similar effects that elers must present their copy of
J', Unassembled are appropriate for personal use the list to a Customs officer at
2 for $49.95
;i % t S while traveling, without havingto the port of departure.
I cL4& pay duty or taxes,' provided Should the traveler find that
they export these articles upon he is not to return abroad, he
departure from the United must immediately report this
States.. fact to the District Director: of

eSav ,1vCCN Nonresident status also en- Customs at the port of entry.
4-A)
A G ali titles visitors to a "gift exemp- Subsequently Customs will inform -
O 13 Unit A: 12" x 24" x 63" tion" which they may claim him of any duty and taxes
( Unit B: 12" x 42" x 63" every six months provided they due.

UNIT I iitii: Izik1i ".,....slL1s

Costume Partyat
lIwe ENTIRE 7 FOOT $3300 .
curios, knttk- UNIT ONLYUnammbled \
Diiploy
D' knocks,book your plonttl SM hewn 2 for >$59.tS q .
at your TV would look Saw >$6.os
the Cetlte 4 gliding door FRA91the
ttorog.yow frogiUt coblnl from to dolt 1"$5 995
breohog Richly. gained K-(Al-* --(8)- 1 Fleet Reser.veAssociation
Walnut finish. Branch 91 will

hold a Halloween Costume

.8 Party on Saturday, October -
28 from 10:30-12:30: : 0
p.m. There will be prizes,
..;,i HOME FURNISHING CENTERS games and music by the 0o p p .
FURNITURE APPLIANCES" COVERING.HOME ENTERTAINMENT Pacemakers. All membersare

Home Owned &Operated by Thomas Walker cordially invited at no

Hlway 17 at Kingsley.Ave ORANGE PARK 264-6942 charge. Next time you addres8'the

first termers, sir, I 'think you
........
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you say, 'Are there any questions -
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If u CHAMPUS, beneficiary'ix
DID YOU ? medically and administrativelyeligible
for benefits under< both
the Program for the Handicap,
pad and the Basic Prpjcram, the
decision as to which program is
A: ...receive your Credit Union Quarterly Statement.? most advantageous will dependon
1" the relative) cost considerations
involved.)

If member and have NOT
... you are a ,, .
7.1e
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received your "first quarter; 197i CHECK

., statement, PLEASE call:


llrk 384-1391


::1' ji- ,, or come by our Roosevelt Mall office; MOTORS.


A number of members do not keep us .'t .
,
informed of their correct address. Bargain Lot! ': '

t "' ; '. Please let us know If you have an ad PLENTY OF VW's

,.J, dress change.
:j iia:nr'iml .
Other Makes
&
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'THEYST ComFair' Jax Football I


Sees .
AND High, Scores

Jax -- The ComFairJax winner when they came from
,( Football Tournament got un- behind to hand a 42-26 defeat to
Navy-Marine derway last Friday with two high VP-5. VP-5 held a 12-8 lead at
scoring games that saw two Cecil halftime and came up with two
Bowling Field teams knock off two NAS more scores in the second half
W LMACKIE'S Jax teams. but it turned out not to be'enoughas
VMS exploded for 34 points in
RAIDERS 7 1 The high scoring honors of the the second half. Carlucci scored
LITTLE BEARS 6 2 day went to VA-174 as they three touchdowns, Matthews two
FRA BR.91 5 3 showed in rolling to a
r no mercy and Landry one. Davis and
DRUNKS 4 4 y S.
THE 55-3 win over VW-4. Don Jackson Snipes added the point after
STA.MAAs 4.4 scored three touchdowns, Larry attempts. Cook and Wahl took
AUTO-BAHNS 3 5 Jackson had two touchdowns and turns scoring VP-5's touchdownswith
ANCHOR KLANKERS 2 6 two point after attempts,Walker two apiece and Marquess
THE MAKE-UPS 1 7 had two touchdowns and one added the two pointer.The .
point after attempt, Tras scored semifinals of the Com
Intramural Golf one touchdown and Lyons came FairJax Tournament will be held
WINNERS of the Greater FICEUR Open golf tournament with a up with four point after attemptsfor today at 3 p.m. with the finals
NATIONAL LEAGUE score of 70 were PTI Leebrlck(Left)and PTl Henderson. the winners.Strickland's field scheduled for 1 p.m.on Friday.If
goal accounted for VW-4's only an extra game becomes
W L points. necessary it will be played at 3
vp-s 4 1 Greater FICEUR Open VA-45 was the other first round p.m. Friday
HOSPITAL 3 1 I
MARTD 3 2
VP-45 3 2 Held At NAS Course ,
NARJAX No.. 2 3 2VP56 MACSTEREO
2 2 Jax The Semi-annual FICEUR's commandingofficer.

FICEUR 2 2 (Quarterly, if possible) .
WEAPONS 2 3
MARINE BARRACKS 2 4 Greater FICEUR Open Everyone was a winner,
SUPPLY 0 5 (GFO) golf tourney was however, as refreshmentsand
held Wednesday, Oct. 18 at a fine day of golf was
AMERICAN LEAGUEw' the NAS Golf Course. enjoyed by the 48 par-

L Play was Scotch ticipants. Why Pay List Price?
Twosomes scored
NDRC 2 2 by Will
679th 3Mt 1V4 Calloway Handicap CHECK WITH US FOR YOUR STEREO NEEDS

FAW-11 3 2 system. SPECIAL!...
ADMIN 3 2 The winners were PTl
NARJAX No.1 3 2 Henderson and PTl
COMFAIRJAX 2V4 2V4 Leebrick who were TEAC
,
90
MATSG 2 2 $2
AIR OPS 2 3 presented trophies by
AIMD 1 3 Capt. E. R. Sourbeer, A1500Hours
VW-4 0 4
:Mon.-Thurs.9-4, Friday 11-8,Saturday 10-5
I Intramural Football Standings t' ', : 6483 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARDNext
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,. to NAS Jax
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PUBLIC WORKS 10 1 W L ::"':' > rt'J ;_ ;
MARINE BARRACKS 8 1 ,,,,, ,.
NARJAX 9 1 ,'"" "'N"...,,:,..:r."., ....'...
VP-45 8 1 .
MATSG 8 2 ., .. .
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NDRC 5 5 VW-4 5 3 \ J.!!;....... '. ", ".01:,', WILSON Pontiac
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WEAPONS 4 5 VP-5 3 6 Miller uncorks a drive during the
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'f'. FICEUR Upsets Marine BarracksJax

,
-FICEUR laid claim to the In the National League things NarJax remained hot on Public
biggest upset of the Intramural remained pretty much the sameas Works heels as they won over
. Football season last week when Public Works stayed on top Hospital 32-8 and NDRC 22-0.
they came from behind to score a with a 4416 win over Weapons.

14-12 victory over the previously .
unbeaten Marine Barracks team.
Austin provided the Marines ,Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-10 p.m.

with a 6-0 halftime lead but the
Q PICKUP & DELIVERY
4kA second half belonged to FICEURas
Knowles and Pearson pickedup D ROAD SERVICED

six pointers and Teller added MECHANIC ON DUTY
I the two extra points.The Marines
could only muster a six pointer by O AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS

Stoner in the second half as they : ;:::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::;: ::::::: ::::::::::: ;:::::::::::::::;:::: :::::::::: ::::...
fell to their first defeat after eight 101'S OAK HILL '}
straight wins. r{

) VP-45 took advantage of the
a
S J Jw
loss by the Marines Barracks to UnIn
pull into a first place tie with I {
The: Championship Flight Winner of the NAS JAX 32nd Anniversary them when they downed Air Ops SERVICE CENTER .
Invitational Golf Tournament, Earl Pearson (Smiling), is flanked by each tf '
12-0. Parmley and Jenkins :::::::::::::::::::::: ::: ::::: ::::: ::::::: ::':::::::: ::::::::::;::: :::: : :::::::.-:!
CAPT. W.G. SIZEMORE, CO, NAS JAX (L) and Mr. Joe McDonald, scored a TD for-the winners. '
NAS JAX Golf Pro (R) at the Presentation Ceremonies following a VW-4 maintained its' third 103rd&Jammex Road Phone 7719156SEE ,

dinner party at the Candlelight on October B, 1972. It is needless to place position in the American i
describe how happy Mr. Pearson (The Winner) was upon receiving the League they came out with a 48-
winners trophy and a beautiful golf bag with matching wood covers. 12 win over Communications. THE NEW I
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Communications held off the VW-
(
4 attack during the first half as ROLLING HILLS C-76 TODAY I !

they managed to hold them to a
12-12 tie. In the second half the I Iu
dam broke and Communicationswent IT

under as they went
scoreless while VW-4 rolled up 36
points Almo and Lay picked up 1 P

two touchdowns apiece;
Strickland, Swink and Heath u.
as11IIC each had one; RIccardi and I s'r' nECec[ '44 yfielt

Skidmore scored point after
attempts and Freet was credited '' ,; $

with a safety. Lamont and

Waters scored for Com- I"J
munications in the first half.

In the other American League i'
game played last week VP-5 7726 LENOX AVE.
picked up its third win of the PHONE 781-1740

season with a 24-8 victory over
VP-56. Dinsmore came up with PATIO
eight points. in the,first half to r
enable,VP-56 to go into halftime I'
.Lil K DR tR RR 1P
( with a 8-8 tie, but VP-5 put the :

11/IIC stops on any hopes VP-56 might a
have had for their second win of RM, p RIFAM
1 the season in the second half. u 12
Bleecker was the main obstaclefor

-r ))1i1I VP-56 as he scored two touch- MODEL C-14 a P gF U2

; downs and a point after attempt GARAGE
You'll love the gracious front
I
for VP-5. Cook added eight points
porch, spacious entrance foyer
Wahl two to the
and winners
and the huge family room In this I
final totals. model. The dining area and
----
.. living room overlook the patio
Pictured above are the 1st and the rear garden through $25,500 to
Place Winners of their respective sliding glass doors. Two car
$32 000
flights in the NAS JAX 32nd garage, tool ,
Anniversary Invitational Golf
Tournament held last week.
LOVSTPRICES
First row (L to R) Lamar
Bennett,6th Flight Winner; G. O. =X= ::: >> ...w' <

Adams, 7th Flight Winner; MARIETT
EXIT '
Second Row (LtoR); Earl I 110 r 1

Pearson, Championship Flight
Winner Kirby Phillips, 1st Flight
Winner Dick White 3rd Flight I
Winner; Cliff Calais, 4th Flight :'t'JlJl"'l!:. : ''I:"" t' ....-"':.r1: LENOX Z- m :
.
:Oi: (,'i-.: f'I.,., /.\
Winner; John Fox, 5th Flight ':.rf;( ,.tl.a / \ J.'j..r-t., ": "'i., .'". I: sr Q l I t- 11:: I .
Winner (Not Shown Bob Smith, ";""- ; Y l FI i : ,
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