Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on August 28, 1966 · Page 11
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Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana · Page 11

Anderson, Indiana
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Sunday, August 28, 1966
Page 11
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.»,. ANDERSON SI JND A Y HERALD- ANDERSON, INDIANA, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUSJT 28, T96T Surfing Pros Carrying Woes To Everyone PACIFICA, Calif. (UPI) — The gremmies and the hodads That is, if you want have invaded the beaches—and boy, are the hot doggers mad! The surging popularity of surfing has filled steady- crowded beaches with novices (gremmies) (hodads). And the hot doggers, the pros of the surfing world, tell a tale ing the board, pulling cut, the doggers as far back as the 9th curl, the drop, the set, the century, when the beaches and hangers-on *k«8i trimming, the peak and you've got to be able to hang five, and later ten. Wiping out, for example, is of woe. It seeins that collisions Ratting knocked off. your vrilh beginning surfers are- on tee rise. The hot doggers can easily be recognized by the 'fancy turns and maneuvers they make as surfboard. Bailing out is literally he they ride their rocketing boards into Shore. Equally easy to spot are the in S firemmies. They can be identi- <?«"• • fied by the amount of gas they ske & take bailing out, blowing out V 011 '™ got to be able to hang and wiping out. '"" — J '"'" 'And taking gas from more experienced surfers. Ac? TI»» m t_ •"•*' **** tjwuMuo »ciy muni line rhw* ^ , ^ y f l ve i * uessed . 20th century teen-age culture, tnere is a great deal more to But it has been nuito a fsw surfing than meets the eye.ihundred years since the roaring it 1 with surfers. talk surf of the Pacific attracted the Polynesians on Tahit land Bora That Isn't all. There's walk- that— jumping for - *$*&*• woren't so crowded. Don't be fooled by the casual jargon of today, either, into thinking the suntanned young girl or boy cleaving along a 10- foot wave so effortlessly is And blowing out is being tossed from doing something easy. It's a talent, that must utof av ' ? r t , back wlute thtovra ttee. to chmb ]t That isn't all. There's walk- le board, pulling put, the the drop, the set, the trimming, the peak and five, and later ten. And, of course, you must be surfboard going 30 miles per'aMe to recognize a break, as Sour can be dangerous, say the well as the wall of a waye. It all sounds very much like Bora. The islanders were hot be developed through long prac- First you've got to be an expert swimmer, able to push a surfboard a half mile out just materials, or how jo get to the waves. They you lave to be abis to recognize and catch the good ones and have the courage to stand up and fight them through the dunging surf. It 'is when you've reached that point that you begin to worry about meeting a grem- Radiation Use Study Started WASHINGTON (UPD-'fte Public Health Service announced Saturday a nation-wide survey (o determine the exact extent to which radioactive substances are being used in medicine. Dr. Ronald R. Chadwick, chief of the PHS Division of Radiological Health, said the survey was needed because "it is not now possible to say how widespread this use is." He said "this study Is designed to answer such questions as how many patients. receive diagnostic or therapy with evaluations radioactive many persons are exposed to radioactive naterials in medical research in a given period of time and row these materials are administered." The survey will be conducted sy the Stanford Research Institute, Menlo Park, Calif., under a $84,000 contract with OPEN 24 HOURS *Pay Utilities *Cash Payroll Checks *ln Store Delicatessen * Snack Bar *Buy American Express Money Orders * Snack Bar * Parcel Pick-Up 31st & MERIDIAN STS.' ANDERSON, INDIANA REMINDER OF NIGERIA - David Head, who returned recently after two years of service with the Peace Corps in Nigeria, shows his parents. Air: c-nd Mrs. Joseph Head, 3414 Cherry Rd., one of the souvenirs he brought back from Kdtori Island, where he taught school. The keepsake is an outfit of native wearing appeiivl, including a cone. (Herald Photo) Jobless Will Be Relocated WASHINGTON (UPI) -Five i department wlil experiment thousand unemployed workers with loans to provide a down and their families will be payment on homes in the new moved to areas where jobs are available within the next nine was announced project, it Saturday. Approximately 1,400 workers with little prospect for employment in their home areas were relocated under • the labor iepartment program in 1965. State employment agentie.. moved them an average of 68£ miles at an average cost o $400. The biggest problem was in finding suitable housing. Tin projects announced. Thirteen of the projects will months in ( a government test be conducted by federal-state employment security agencies under the auspices of the U. S. Employment others were Service. Nina contracted to universities and foundations by the office of manpower policy evaluation. 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