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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.VOL. I

22 HO. 31 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA OCTOBER 1,




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brief two-piece sportswear with

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facilities. Proper shorts apparel

consists of the Bermuda

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ISf IT. CHARLES T. KNIGHT stands at a sharp attention in frontof and not shorter than two inches RADM. A. R. MATTER presents the CNO Safety Award and

the Marine Color Guard and fellow Marines who were on above the knee. Battle Readiness" to Cdr. J. D. Collins, VP-45 Commanding

hand to see him receive the Navy Commendation Medal with Capt. J. R. MaclcrothCommanding ficer at ceremonies held Sept. 25. ,Photo Courtesy of

Combat "V". LtCol John Urell, Commanding Officer of Marine Officer TimesUnionlVP45)
7)I
Aviation Detachment, presented the decoration and citation at I I

ceremonies held Wednesday, September 23 at the NAS Parade Receives "E"

Field. United Fund


/Marine Officer Gets Drive Falls CNO Safety Award

The coveted Battle Readiness "E" was presented to Patrol

Commendation MedalLtCoL ron 45, Friday Sept. 25, along with the Chief of Naval
annual Safety Award.
Behind HereThe Rear Admiral Alfred R, Matter, Commander Fleet Air
John Urell CO, Marine Aviation Detachment, presented 1st
lantic, was on hand to present the "E" and the Chief of
Lt. Charles T. with the Navy Commendation with Combat
Knight
United Community Serv- erations VP Safety Award for the fiscal year of 1964. _
"V" for meritorious achievement In support of the Republic of
Viet Nam during 1963. The presentation was made at the Parade ices Campaign, underway since RAdm. Matter stated;

Field, NAS, on Wednesday, September 23, and the citation from September 8, appears to be lack- One Gift Works Many Wonders performance of the flight
the vibrant force with whichIt
Paul H. NItze, Secretary of the Navy, was awarded for his performance Ing the Maintenance Crews,
Initiated. this
was Although
minstratlve and
from 22 1963. Logistical
of duty June 7 to September ,
this time Lt. force may be lacking, the needto sonnel of the technicians
During Knight
reach our goal remains the the rated men and the
served as Assistant Aircraft The Air Force Unit at NAS
same. One-hundred percent par- had be
to superb to get
Maintenance Officer for Marine
Jax has discovered novel
a way ticipation In this drive Is the established all that they have and
Medium Helicopter SquadronTwo of funds for the 1964
raising
Hundred goal and we have not on top. You merit the
.
Sixty-One ((261)) United Fund Campaign. The even come halfway In hitting tie ation of all of us and the
On 1, 1963 Lt.
KnightIn
August
an effort to rescue two injured 679th Radar Squadron will open mark. Throughout the campaign W' b. has recognized it by

airmen was unable to use an electrical appliance repair numerous articles have been wards. I say to'you, well
the squadron's utility transport shop on October 5 until October written to explain the mission of and add that I have never f

type helicopter over the mountainous 25. located on the first floor of the drive and to stress Its Im- pleasure of saying this to a
The articles came from "
jungle terrain where the Bldg. 912 Ballard and SaratogaSt. portance. deserving squadron.
the files of only a few of the 43 GIVE THE UNITED WAY The Battle Readiness "
two men had been shot down. thisrepairshop will operate
participating agencies and due to presented! to the squadron
Forced to use another aircraft, free of all labor charges. Total
the lack of space are only asmall One GiftWorks exhibits the greatest ;
he personally supervised the repair costs will be the cost of percentage of the cases avail- ness for combat readiness.
stripping down of the plane, contribution the
parts plus a to determined through
during which time 900 pounds able.Who from this annual Many
United Fund Campaign. For benefits In the fields of flight
of equipment was removed In
' more information, phone ext. campaign? While the money Is istrative, and material
less than thirty minutes. His
tireless effort was a definite 8606. (Continued on Page 7)) Wonderse as well as safety.
The Safety Award is
factor In the rescue of the men ..
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and their Knight survivalLt. entered the Marine Marine Barracks, NATTC Get CO s Praiseclean greatest of the Navy number in recognition of accident

In 1942 and served as an
Corps
enlisted man having rlseato the Captain John R. Mackroth, to the Marine Barracks.Not and trim the lawn the surrounding flight hours. Patron 45 has
be outdone his men, Apt. 800A. accident free since fiscal
rank of First Sergeant when he Commanding Officer of NAS, announced to by
accepted his commission as a a month ago that he had Major Basile Lubka, CommandIng LCdr. Charles B. Darrow and! Is aiming for a
Second Lieutenant In July of 19- taken a personal Interest In the Officer of the Marine Bar- earned the "Best Individual ef- of this fine record.

59. He has attended four serv- dally appearance of the station racks, also received praise from fort" from Capt. Mackroth for The Commanding

ice schools, three while an enlisted and that once a month he would ., Capt. Mackroth for the cleaning the Improvement made on the Commander John!D.Collins
man and after being com- commend those commands and I up'' ndtr mmlng of the lawn and grounds surrounding his HH, mented that the squadron

missioned he attended Aircraft Individuals who had dqhe the best area surrounding' the.apartment Quarters. outstanding job In winning
Maintenance Officers' School In job in maintaining the smartness 'he resides.in aboard the station.In Capt. Mackroth cited the Naval a..ards He stated: "The
'
1960. Aside from these tours h6 of their areas. the captains words, Major Air Technical Training Centeras tion from the Marlin P5M

.. has also seen duty during the assault As a result of these observa- Lubka accomplished the "Most the best looking major plane to the land based P3A
and occupation Okinawa, tions, Capt. Mackroth has announced appreciated and unusallndivldual command area and noted that ( the Navy's newest Anti -
Korean Conflict. that thebestlookingunitfor effort." To do this Major Lubka Fleet Air Photo Lab was the marine, Aircraft) and the
/ 1945 and the
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BEND THHM !l@i/II! OFf:. ,. .. \.(\ -lUte: is,e:1:: : l(rtf. 'I "Chaplain Message

I By George R. Witt
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I '. ... The well-known English author, G. K. Chesterton, once wrote-"Mu
... ,SUNDAY as a barbarian Is not something merely historical In the past or the
human race, but rather barbarism lies just beneath the surface or
8:00 a.m. Service of Holy veneer of civilized behavior". Daily, our newspapers being us reports -

\ \A1J; I t 4c Communion of actions performed by supposedly educated and civilized
of Divine
Service
9:30 a. m. and confound
Hogs people and the reports stagger even our Imagination We
o ; o bN Worship ask. ourselves, "How could this happen:: ?"
9:30 a. m. Sunday School for that man's for hideous
We are forced to admit capacity and despic-
3 through 16, Bldg. 722
ages 11:00 a. m. Service of Divine able crimes against his neighbor has yet to be fully controlled In many
individuals. In seeking an answer we must return to those times
Worship when barbarism was the rule rather than the exception. We
must
U5 MAIL 6:30 Youth Fellowship
;, p.m.
... \ \ U6MAI o Z'% relearn the lessons of history In the conquest of our lower'nature
Y The greatest single factor In the defeat of barbarism was none
WEDNESDAY
... Ill other than the rise of universal and zealous Christianity. Millionsof
4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal people willingly submitted themselves to the restraints and rigorsof
,1"t ::;...'" 7i' 7.,/'I (.' a new way of life. Only gradually did the force of this new life

.... .", I: { ,',' ,i I /rrI' 11,'',//'' ." J / 7:30 p. m. Senior Choir Re- make Itself felt whiling the confines of a family, then a city, then
: ." 'j' J 1'IIII ;/ hearsal nation and finally all of Europe and from there to the New World

,;,,).\.h", \ :: ,!I/% .0"ill,l 1,)."!ftWJ] 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion, Whatever w! possess today In the area of moral and spiritual values
% ,
I','i. / / / I I, \ Also on all Holy Days can be traced back hundreds of years to that one small group of
I I' : V" Catholic Services at St. Ed* people who set out to convert the world around them.If .

ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval we sometimes judge that our nation and many of Its people have
Hospital abandoned our religious heritage, cur duty Is clearly evident. We
SUNDAY MASS must lose no time In bemoaning our loss, nor In condemning our
TIME SHORT neighbor. Rather we must generate within ourselves zeal and court
6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital age of those early Christians, rekindle the flame of hope and rally
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed- close to the altars and! pulpits of our churches. From there we shall

Editorial ward's Chapel go forth to preach anew the gospel of unity and peaceful life of a civi-

DAILY MASS lized people. As Chesterton wrote, "It Is not that Christianity has
been tried and found wanting, but that Christianity has not really

Your Vote, Letter Can 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel been given a chance to succeed."

MONDAY & TUESDAY

Aid Freedom's CauseThe 4:15 p.m.FRIDAY King Hall, NATTC National Employ The Phys


Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Pa., conducts a letter- 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
writing contest each year for men and women serving In the Armed Handicapped Week Oct. 4-10
forces, including cadets and midshipmen In the service academies.The SATURDAY
contest offers cash prizes totaling $8,500--nrst prize Is $ ,OOO-- 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY
plus free trips to Valley Forge and to Washington D, C., for top Each year the President sets aside a week during October to
honors. I be observed as "National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week.

Each year the contest committee selects a subject dealing with some 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before This year the week of October 4 10 has been so designated.
aspect of freedom and asks the contestants submit a 100-500-word Masses Actually, the selection officials at this station, and throughout
J letter. Last year the subject was "What Can I Do for Freedom?" Catechism Classes:Grade School the Navy Department, make EVERY WEEK "Employ the Physically
But this year, the contest deals with a very special aspect of free- Handicapped Week." When ,a person Is being considered for employment

dom--one of the most important, In fact. The subject: "My Vote: SATURDAY or placement, the pri arm, defective vision or hear-

Freedom's Privilege." 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities mary consideration Is what the ing, former tubercular patient,
So by all rights, this won't be an easy contest to win. Not this year building 722 applicant can do, not what he heart defect, diabetes or
anyway It won't be an easy contest to finish in the money, or even cannot do. In other words, can
receive honorable mention. That's because the competition is going he perform the duties of the job That station has succeeded -

to be stiff. that he Is being considered for? to a great extent In openingthe
There are many entering this contest who take the subject of voting Traffic And experience has proven that door of employment to the
very seriously. They'll be writing about how an alert nation.guards physically handicapped em- physically handicapped is evi
its freedom through the ballot, how the vote is their birthright as ployees not only are equally as denced by the fact that 9fl/ of
free citizens In a free society, or how their vote insures them a voicein ViolationsThe efficient at their jobs, but In our employees have been found
government; a say-so in the community and the nation. Those en- many Instances superior. by our Medical Department to
tering the contest take it seriously because, as defenders of cur What Is a "physically handi- warrant their being coded as
American heritage, members of the armed forces are especially following is a report of capped employee?" Under the such.
concerned with their duties as citizens and the preservation of the motor vehicle accidents and definition established by the Civil Yes, our management officials

privileges of freedom. traffic violations for the period Service Commission It could bea here at NAS Jax have found thata
For the contest.the Freedoms Foundation asks simply that entriesbe September 20 through September person with such physical impairments physically handicapped em-
nonpartisan in approach and stress the heritage of freedom under 26. as an amputated !
leg or ployee can be a GOOD employee
which our citizens enjoy the right of self-government. Letters should Number of AccidentsThis
discuss the responsibility of all Americans, including those in
uniform, to vote intelligently after they have studied the issues and Driving Pointers To Keep In Mind
candidates. The deadline is Nov. 1, 1964. Each entry must Include week September 20 through

full name, grade or rating, service number, branch of service, unit September 26. . 5
address and home address. Total Accidents this year through For Controlled Access HighwaysFreeway

Chances are YOU take voting just a seriously as the next man September 26 . 186
.. .. when you think about it. And if you take it seriously, you're right in Number of Accidents through Expressway, Turnpike and Interstate are all controlled
the thick of the competition. Just put your thoughts down in a letter. September 1963 . 213 access highways. They are designed for fast,un-interruptedmovement
(AFPS) Total number of days since last of large volumes of through-traffic. They are planned to be the mainthroughtravel
Injury In vehicle accident. 48 highways of the future. Too many people are learning
about freeways by the trial.and-error method while proper instruction
Number of ViolationsThis In our schools could prevent this method of learning. Freeway driving

JFAX AIR: NEWSThe is relatively new and demands certain driving techniques which differ
Week . . .42 from the usual
highway driving. These the differences: _
Speeding . . 7 .A. J.'ftJ.__ are
Reckless Driving . 3 happens.i mgirer faster.; :speeds everything M the free**
This calls for moving traffic on
Going through Stop Sign 2 freeway
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Other Violations . 30 longer and clear spaces for passing Don't' be a turtle. In oftraf-
distributed each Thursday at the U. 'S. Naval Air Station, greater following distances. driving when the majority per
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Forty-two drivers appeared The heavy volume of traffic fie Is moving at 50 miles driving *t ta
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR before the Traffic Hearing Boardat handled on these roads means hour or faster anyone a
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information: Office, the meeting held onSeptember more closely-bunched cars, and much slower speed createsvery
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before 28. Disposition of the cases Include more cars passing and changing definite driving hazard.faster
publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-- the following thirteen lanes. You may be traveling
: lost
Telephone EV.9-7711, Ext. 162. Use acceleration The freeway
driving and parking lanes toblend than you realize. to
Advertisements solicited by the publisher queries I,board the station privileges for various a- with fast moving traffic. In enter driver becomes so accustomed become -
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing periods; trig a freeway, you use an access his rate of travel that he may
; twelve were is
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida I! given susperided ramp which leads Into of how fast: he
along lane unaware
penalties ,
ten
Telephone 359-4040 3590271. ; were given may
or
( hour
parellel to the
warnings freeway and then 60 miles per
( ; eight were dismissed; ; per
and fourteen were'referred' to joins it. This long lane Is called seem no faster than 30 miles
VOL. 22 NO. 31 OCTOBER 11964 the
acceleration lane roads.
It
commanding officers for possible permits hour on other habit

.. . . . . . . . . ... disciplinary action. he the blends driver.! or to gain speed before Be sure to form a speedometer regular ,
.merges;! withthe fast of at the
glancing
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OCTOBER 1. 1964 JAX AIR NEWS ,



Y Anti-Satellite USS Saratoga Hosts .1



Systems Tests Change Of Command ;;;

Are Successful t;
The USS Saratoga (CVA60)will ) place on the flight deck of the 41 j
get a new commanding officer huge attack carrier. In additionto 11
Washington (A FPS)--Two ami-
satellite systems -recently announced tomorrow In \. formal I the formal reading of orders, '
by President Johnson change-of-commaad ceremonies the principal speaker for the
scheduled aboard'the while will be Rear Admiral
have Intercepted U. S. satellitesIn ship morning
M bls docked In the Portsmouth Naval Robert Goldthwaite, Commander
space passingsocloseastobewithin
+u the destruction radius of Shipyards, Partsmouth, Va. Fleet Air, Jacksonville.
their warheads. The new CO will be Captain Captain James will assume
YIw This additional Informationwas Jack M. James, who will take command of one of the largestof
4 disclosedbySecretaryofDc- the helm from Capt. John E. the world's warships and one
is that boasts several Important ..
fense Robert S. McNamara Lacouture. Capt. James com
"within the limits of military ing to the Sara from a tour of military and scientific[ firsts.
security." duty as CO of the USS Sala- The Saratoga Is the only ship'

The systems are operated by monie (AO-26)). Capt. Lacou equipped to receive pictures
the and ture, who has served as Sara's directly from the U.S. newest
Air
:.. .4 Army Force, and are
skipper since Sept. 1963, will weather stellite, Nimbus. She
VP-45 RE-ENllSTMENT-Lowrence E. Waite AMH1, is being Continental operationally controlled by the ]leave for the West Coast to become is also one of two carriers
reenlisted by Cdr. J. D. Collins, CO of VP-45, while in flight mand. Air Defense Com Chief of Staff to Commander equipped with a new Integrater I

at some 350 knots and at a height of 18,500 ft. I Navy Photo) The Army system is a deriva- Carrier Division Five. operation intelligence system.

tion of Nike-Zeus antiballistic The Changeofcommandceremony
missile system. The Air is scheduled to take
Re-Enlislmenf I Ceremonies
Force system enploys the Thor

missile."It .
Is especially significant[ ," ATTENTIONall
Held OnboardOn PSA In Flighting Secretary McNamara said, "that

the Army and the Air Forceeach Navy Personnel

Friday, Sept. 25, Patrol element. He was seated at successfully Intercepted satel-
lites one after I Issued
Squadron Forty-Five set whatIs flight engineers station betweenthe year
the basic {
Instruction to them
believed to be a new first pilots while Cdr. Collins was to
for units of Fleet Air Wing flying as Patrol Plane Com- develop an anti-satellite capa- r ..
bility.
Eleven. mander.
r

Lawrence E. Waite, Aviation
Metalsmith First Class, of Crew
10, was the first flight engineer -
to re-enlist at a height of OOKli
18,500 feet and moving at a speed
of 350 knots.

in Pi "

'The Commanding Officer,

Commander J. D. Collins officiated + + I
at the ceremony. It Is
believed that Waite Is the first

Navy man to reenlist while airborne -
in the P3A Orion. It was 65 FORDS !

his desire as a tactical crew
member to reenlist in his work-






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Fashion Show'Scheduled K. A. Pannelee decorations 3 Brothers

chairman as pleasant remin-
ByJaxWives der that Fall and Fashion Time Hold Rcunion k Ry ar
Is here.Becky

Rogers program coordinator AtNARTUJaxThree
and commentator
Making their debut at the first- from Purcells has assembled a
fan-hmheon of the Jacksonville superb collection: of attire which brothers two Naval aviators -
Officers' Wives Club, willbe an will be shown by nine beautiful and one Air Force pilot 7
array of stunning and fashionable professional models. held a reunion atNARTU Jax,
luncheon and evening wear. The Hostesses willbe theMedical- Sept. 19-20.
luncheon will be held at the NASOfficers' under the chair- Richard L. Barnes, Robert E., -
Dental Wives
Club on Wednesday. manship of Mrs. W.G.Lawson. William G., along with their ".. ,
October 7, at 12 noon. father the late Earl C. Barnes :;;: "
Subtle shades of fall colors Members are reminded that have almost half a century of
together with beautiful bouquets reservations must be made military service In aviation
of fresh seasonal flowers will through command reservation Earl C. Barnes began his avia- 1\

harmonize and blend with the chairmen prior to noon, Monday. tion career at NAS Pensacola,
r decor especially chosen by Mrs. October In 1917.During World War 1,Ens. 1 I '
I Barnes served with the Northern It
__
Night Bombing Group In France.He .- _
was one of the first Americans THREE BROTHERS l. RI| Commander Richard L. Barnes, Major
OCTOBER to take part In night combat fly- Robert E. Barnes and Lieutenant ,j.g.) William G. Barnes have a

ing.Three family reunion at the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve Training
decades RichardL.
t'1FtI1i1i1TL1 SALE later Unit. Official Naval) Photo)
Barnes followed his father's"path"
to Pensacola for his

SPECIALSRegular I Now commission a full Commander as a Naval Aviator.he Is Over-Horizon Radar Gives

t aItUT(ytautm snn attached to NARTU's Air Wing

54{ Staff-74.drill with When his squadron not on weekend CDR. Early Warning of Air Attacks

SEAMLESS NYLONS Barnes runs a marine equip- Washington,(AFPS) -- The United States now has a family of over-
ment center In Islamorando, the-horizon radars that President Johnson has said "will literallylook
REGULAR STITCH & MICROMESH Fla., where he resides with around the curve of the earth, alerting us to aircraft and especially -

....<"Rxa:'.:_.;*',.;$;$:'-:.::.' ';,:><;::'::.<":''x1-.: ::'.' SIZES 8H to 11 his wife and three chlldrea missiles within'seconds after they. are launched.
W Maj. Robert E. Barnes, holderof President Johnson explained,
Tan &
: Tones Sup the Distinguished Flying "This capability will give us
.y % ':" 2 99C Cross, has 21 years service in earlier warning than ever before at the transmitting stations or at
HOW FOR the Air Force. Hz Is presently of any hostile launches against other points far beyond the horizon -
flying B-57 Jets at Biggs AFB, this country.." hence far beyond the line
2.98 El Paso. Texas. Maj. Barnes of sight.
WOMENS & MISSES REGULAR "Previously, our radar capability -
lives aboard the base with his has been limited to detec. "These signals as they are
HANDBAGS FALL SIIADES$ ] 77 wife and three children. tion of objects within the line received back are then processed
PLUS TAX The youngest brother, LTJG. of sight the President said. by electronic techniques to pro-
CASUAL & DRESSY STYLES William G. Barnes, is stationedat "But now we have produced--and vice target detection and target
REGULAR 1.98 MENS 100% COTTON NAS Norfolk, Va. He Is at- we are Installing--our first facilities identification.

FLANNEL SIZES SMALL (Continued on Page 11)) for operational 'over- Secretary McNamara pointed
'. & LARGE 2 $3 the-horlzon radar." out that the family of over-the-
SHIRTSANOTHER FO 0 Secretary of Defense RobertS. horizon radar systems will pro-
OCT. SPECIAL I McNamara explained further vide detection of missiles within
teJO seconds after they are launched,
the operational of these
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EACH SEEPAGE 12 AND bounce radar signals off the The secretary emphasized,
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1 W Ex-Cuban 'OfficerPromoted I.-_- !

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Lt.j.g.( ) At To NAS S'i


Lt. (jg) Sandalio Suarez-Real f I
a former officer In the 2506
W vY
Cuban brigade, the group which
Invaded Cuba's Bay of Pigs, was
promoted to his new rank In
ceremonies held In Captain
Mackroth's office last week.A .
graduate of Infantry Schoolat

Fort Bennlng, Ga., Language .
School at Lackland Air Force ...
41
Base, Texas, and Amphibious
Warfare School at Little Creek,
( f Virginia, Lt. Suarez-Realserves
; .." 'I'Iw In the Air Operations Boat Hwse.
/ He attended high school In Havana -
., ..\t, '" ": and furthered his studies at
.. the University of Scranton

,,' : ."' ; : : .8: Scranton, Pa. MAT COULD BE on the other end of'this line which these Marinesare
4?;: ; : ; ; Lt. Suarez-Real fled to this
i so energetically lugging? Five dollars to the
', ,,,, country by boat on April 19, goes person
,"a'<1 ,. ....':>"', .", .,<+,!. .N\,', who the funniest
originates don
1960 from his job as an indus- caption, so your thinking caps

"YEAH, I KNOW I SAID WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIRST, BUT DO trialist In Havana. He workedIn today!

YOU REALIZE HOW MUCH IS SPENT TRAINING NAVAL AVIATORS the U. S. for awhile, then ser-

,?"This winning caption was sent in by W. R. Wagener, JOS, ved as a junior officer In the
Ill-fated Bay of Pigs Invasion. JACKSONVILLE'S MGIOCCO TEMPLE FIftENTS' *
from the NARTU Service Information Office. Captions given honor

able mention were submitted by E. J. Verlanic, SN, Bldg. 12 NAS Following his native defeat country on, Lt.the Suarez-shoresof U WORLD'S FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL INDOOR U Ur

Jax, "Damn the torpedoes, full speed oheadlll"!!! and SSgt D. Sison, Real returned to America and HAMID-MORTON a! i

AEB School NATTC, "Ah So'-My first command.: received a Naval commission NEW SNO
through Officers Candidate SchoolIn ,

Newport, R. L
k There are many officers othe

2506 Cuban Brigade serving In e 1
the U. S. Navy, Air Force, Army,
rft1ll'r : and Marine Corps.
NAS Jax' newest LTjg Is mar- i1NS OtN \ TICKeiJNFORMAIIOHRESERVED I
3 e
ried and the father of two child

__ ren. His wife Mary,sonSandallo, U ; t SCATS
and daughter Mary Lou now reside .q ADULTS
+ Promenade end 8n SI.OO
In Miami. OCR Center Mess nln' e. $1.00 e
.. Gen. Admission' $1.50
M 11KEES GeedAambdooe13
Sin has no meaning apart froma FOUR SNOW$ $1.00
\ 1W0 MIGHT Tickets on tele now ol Cell-
mission In and for life. It Is N slum Hemming Pork Bo* Of r
low of tics or from o Shriner.
not violation of a or set
:4\ g i m laws, but Is failure to Implementthe
mission we have undertaken.And 0
e a+. since many, If not most of e
us have no mission life apart
from raising our standard of 1145 lose A'tmi Street Ttkohene 1S4>2011KRFORMANCCSt .4
living, sin, as the Church has
understood It, Is not an actual Fri. Oct. 2-8:00 f.M Sot. Oct. J-5:00: P.M. Sun. Oct. 4-1:00: PJM.
H Jot. Oct. 3-1:00 F.M. Sot. Oct. }-8:30: P.M. Sun. Oct. 4-5:00: PJ4. ,
part of our experience. No longer -
can we admit that "all men Reserved Sects on Select Coliseum tor Office U> to Skew Time
e a
are sinners" because no longerso

-_.- _.....---.....- .- we sin.
It (jg) Sandalio Suare:-ReoI receives

his certificate of Advancement FREE STEREO
and congratulations from

Captain J. R. Mackroth, Com YOU CAN'T

manding Officer of NAS Jax. Lt.

Suarez-Real participated in the LOSE THISMONEYI
Bay of Pigs invasion with the

2506 Cuban Brigade. He now
!!
serves at NAS Jax Air Operations } t ft"jk t.L 1L.

Boat House.
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GIVING AWAY STEREO CONSOLES TO PROMOTE
BOWLING mean. That's because you---and you only can cash a Travelers
THE SALE OF STEREO RECORDINGS MERELYBY
there Is to
Cheque Issued to you. Best way carry money
AGREEING TO PURCHASE AN AVERAGE OF .
when you're traveling.If
CENTRAL LANESSat. TWO POPULARLY PRICED, ALBUMS, PER MONTH
Night at 10:00: FOR A SHORT TIME.. you re going away on leave, carry cash the safe way-buy
GATOR LANES YOU GET THE CONSOLE FREE! Travelers Cheques from the Darnett.

Sun. Night at 8:30COUPON : CALL 339-0256: FOR FURTHER DETAILS Oft FILL OUTAND Costs you only a dollar for every hundred dollars worth.
: MAIL COUPON: BELOW. BANKING HOURS
"FREE GAME" taw Monday{ thru Th undo)': 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM

S.\\IE Friday 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM
Bring This Coupon And ,\ODltr.SS PHONE: _ ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., NAS ..
With Two Paid Games
L You Get A "FREE GA 1E" CITY ST.\TF. Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273

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Tills oner Expires ,JACKSONVILLE':, FLORIDA _.. -
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Bluejackets l i '." "."A ey' Doeey ci, 0"Cleb' Movies: '>< FRA #126


Doln's ClubThursday The members of Branch and
Thursday, October 1 Unit 126 salute the Fleet Reserve
Movies will be shown regularly Association's 40th Anniversary
Thursday, October 1 October 1 Happy Hour 3:30-6 p. m. at 7 p. m. Monday through November 11, by conducting a
Dinner 6-9 m. membership drive.
Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p. m. p. Saturday. vigorous
12a.m.. Friday, October 2 NATTC will have two feature According to the thoughts pro-
times 2 p. m. and 7 p. m. on jected by Douglas H. Johnson,
Friday, October 2 Happy Hour 3:30-6 p. m. Saturdays and Sundays.! The hos- Membership Chairman at the
Friday, October 2 Jerry Durden& Crescents 8:30- Dinner 6-9:30 p. m. pital will have one feature onSwxay's last !business: meeting the Fleet

March Wilson & the Redcoats 12:30 a. m. Charlie Jay 8-12 a. ra. at 7 p. m. Reserve Association Is a fraternal -
The MainsIde theatre will stay charitable protective, and
8-12 a. m.Saturday Saturday, October 3 Saturday, October 3
the same except for the evening social organization. One that Is
October 3 March Wilson & the Redcoats Dinner 6-9:30 p. m. feature which will begin at 7:30p. Interested In the enlisted man
8:30-12:30 a. m. Cappy's Combo 8:30-12:30 a. m. m.These are subject to change. of the Navy and the Marine Corps
Phil Cay& the Chantels 8-11.m. who makes the service his
Sunday, October 4 Thursday October 1 Career enlisted
", career. men and
w' !i'.t"
Sunday, October f' 'Sunday, October 4 Buffet 6-9 p., m. Prime Ribs of Malnside Raw Wind In Eden FRA members should be synon-

Carl Boyd & the Rhythm Kings Game Night 5:30-7:30 p. m. Beef Steamship round Jeff Chandler, Esther Williams ymous terms.
8-12 a. m.Monday. Marc Castle 8:30-111:30 p. m. Monday, October 5 NATTC Love Is A Ball Glenn Benefits of membership are
many and practically hearsay to
Monday, October 5 Hour 3:30-6 Ford Hope Lange
Happy
p. m. The Sundowners the uniformed.[ Disclosing a few
October 5 Hospital -
Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p. m. Dinner 6-9 p. m. Robert Mltchum Deborah Kerr of the major accomplishments the
Pizza 2 for 1 NightTuesday Tuesday, October 6 FRA has gained for the enlisted
Friday, October 2 personnel through the past'year

October 6 Tuesday, October 6 Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p. m. Malnslde The Big Beat Gogl one finds: Increased pay for active -
(German) Grant, Jeffrey Stone duty Fleet Reserve an retired -
Happy Hour 5-7 p. m. Game Night 7:30-9:30 p. m. Wednesday, October 7 NATTC Raw Wind In Eden personnel; normal rotation
Jeff Chandler Esther Williams I from sea to shore duty policy;
Wednesday, October 7 Wednesday, October 7 Happy Hour 3:30-6 p. m. Hospital Love is A Ball-Glenn commuted rations for enlisted
Family Night 6-9 p. m. Fried personnel; dependents travel allowance -
Game Night 8 p. m. Movies sports 8 p. m. Chicken Ford Hope Lange ; uniform clothing allowance -

--- -- Saturday, October 3 and many others.

Malnslde The Lion William Qualification for membershipto
CPO CluhThursday Holden, Capuclne the Fleet Reserve Associationare
NATTC The Big Beat Gogi : career men with four years
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND Grant Jeffrey Stone active enlisted service. Navy or

THE BEACHES October 1 Hospital Raw Wind In Eden Marine active duty or retired;
Happy Hour Jeff Chandler Ester Williams officers promoted from the en-
listed ranks.Interested.
rn rmo Friday, October 2
Sunday, October :4 personnel are Invited -
Dance to Marc Castle to become members of the
V i. Malnslde No Love for Johnny FRA the fraternal, charitable,
Saturday, October 3 Peter Finch Stanley Halloway protective, and social organization. -
NATTC The Lion William
For futher Information con
Dance to Harold Johnson's Moonlighters -
Holden, Capuclne tact Douglas H. Johnson, Mem-
Hospital The Big Beat -
Gogi bership Chairman at' 771-9951.
Sunday, October 4 Grant, Jeffrey Stone
i11!
Dance to Charlie Jay Monday, October 5

Monday, October 5 Malnslde Good Neighbor Sam WE AREMOVING
FRITZ PARMAN (Ret C.P.O.) IiI DIWE. Pizza Night Jack Lernmon, Romy Schneider
NATTC No Love for Johnny-
Tuesday, October 6 Peter Finch Stanley Halloway
FIIAIICE"ANYONE II.THE: : UiN.NOTHIWGDOWN Hospital The Lion William
Hour
Happy
< '.. Hold .n, Capuclne

j 'PAYMENTS t" ',.. : Wednesday, October 7, SPECIAL, SALE ON

Dance to the PlayboysCommendation Tuesday, October 6 ALL OUR CARS

Malnside Ring of Terror -
dealers welcomeNO
BRUNSWICK PREMIUM
Bernard Lee,Margaret Tyzack DOWN PAYMENT
100% DUPONT NYLON TUBELESS NATTC Good Neighbor Sam -
Jack $25.00 to $34.00 MONTHLY
Nationwide Guarantee in Writing (Continued From Page 1)) LemmonRomySchneiderHospital
y No Love for Johnny 55 CHEVROLET . $435
36 Months Rood Hazard Guarantee Lt. Knight participated In Peter Fince
opera- Stanley Halloway
4 Dr. like tutone, R&H.
750 x 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE tions off the coast of Cuba on the new
800 x 14 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE USS Thetis Bay.(LPH 6)).In 1962, Wednesday, October 7 57 CHEVROLET$545
850 x 14 3 FOR 87.75 1 FREE V-8, auto/trans, R&H.
and
was a member operation Malnslde Rhino Guar-
Harry
900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE SHU-FLY dino 56 FORD . . $385
600 x 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE at Da Nag,South VietNam Robert Culp
650x13 3 FOR 65.10 1 FREE In 1963. NATTC Ring of Terror Ber- 2 Dr., looks and runs good.
670 x 15 3 foUR 76.95 1 FREE The Lieutenant resides with nard Lee, Margaret Tyzack 57 FORD . . $55
710 x 15 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE his wife and three children at 489 Hospital Good Neighbor Sam V-8, 2 door, auto/trans.

760 820 x x 15 15 3 3 FOR FOR 98.55 80.40 1 1 FREE FREE Valderla Drive Orange... Park. Jack LemmonRomySchneider 58 IMPALA . .. $580

Hardtop, 2 dr. PS. & Brakes

81.A. KRECAP3; ?! '70()''x'.15:BLACK" ::'x50114) 2\ ::: 1\ 59 FORb . . $590

"W tfJ.1. ;,'':4'ANY,'size'. .:-ftUBE.TYn'A' I tatftlUIELESS'<... ,, .( -'I t } t tt Wagon, V-8, auto" X Clean.
: :
t .t., "'w" ;'.. ;"; "*I klP \ ,4; ; ; ., } 1 57 CHEV.' . . $575
} OO' 't < '5t41r,1/
t plul" rf.8'S < :12 V-8, St. Stick, Hardtop.
< Exc;; =: ; )p1a' ToX '; : ; -:plus Tax 57 FORD . . $325
': .:r'.4", ', ,,*;\' i.t'fJ); .l ,..'" ':; ADDITIONAL 5%
DISCOUNT WITH THIS AD V-8, Auto-M, Tutone, Nice.
t
REBUILD 2 BALL JOINTS THIS WEEKS SPECIAL t 59 DODGE . . $435

ALIGNMENT PLUS PARTS & LABOR $17.95 SPARK PLUG 6 Cyl. $2.35 V-8, Auto-M, X'nice.57BUICKCONV .
t CABLE K IT Most v8's $2.95 . $670
2 SHOCKS LABOR & PARTS 12.95 t Good top XX' Clean. one

BRAKE SHOES ANY CAR 10.95 COMPLETE LINE,OF AUTOMOTIVE: PARTS AND owner, PS, & Bks.

ACCESSORIES INCLUDING FOREIGN MAKES 55 . $432
WHEEL BALANCE .99 t MERCURY '0'
COMPLETE MACHINE I SHOP
WHEEL SERVICE I Hardtop, 2 dr, st. stick, Like
ALIGNMENT 3.99
OPEN WEEKDAYS 7:30 AM 8:30: PM
new, orig. owner.
TUNE UP 4.95 A SUNDAYS 9:00 AM
t 5:00 PM

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Marines: Wives Club .
Ladies AuxiliaryFRA 4.l .. t

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Select New PresidentAt FRA #91 MeetsTo :C' : : .

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New ProgramUnit : I'-,:::::::;:: :.><-';... ...,. .. ....,.. .,......: i
an Informal party given In home, Mrs. John Ware, of 6406

the newly Installed President's Sage Drive, Jacksonville accepted
##191 Ladies Auxiliary of
the gavel of her office and Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
the Fleet Reserve Associationmet
outlined the objectives for the Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
A last at the
Monday evening
Marine Wives Club for 1965. Clubhouse 8554 Roosevelt Blvd. Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
Officers for the following year too late for this deadline will be published the following -
with Mrs. Miller -
toweringadventure are: Mrs. John Ware, President, Harvey pre week unless the publisher Is Instructed otherwise.A .
siding.
Mrs. Joe A.Parham,Vice President check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be'
Mrs. Lancaster Intro-
Mrs. Harvey Bainbridge, George received WITH the copy for the ad.
duced two Mrs. John
Treasurer, and Mrs. C. U guests DO NOT SEND CASH.

triumph! Wilkes, Secretary.The Mrs.Fogarty Miller and welcomed Mrs. Jake the ladies Pugh. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $LOO I

Marine Wives Club consists Per additional line ((4 words per line). .*.. 35
and Invited them back
picture of wives of active duty and to come naaassa ,- asa -Ali -. .
and join the
Auxiliary. I
retired Marines within the Jack-
that sonville but Is all At this meeting, plans were
t must area, open to
wives of Marine Corps Personnel made for a card party to be held FLEET RESERVE HALL for rent LEARN Modern Western, square

be seen..and regardless of where their husbands Sept. 30 at 8 p. m. at the home of civic groups, military parties, dancing, Class starting Tuesday

may be serving at the pre- Mrs. Harvey Miller. All mem- catering service. 771-9951 or Sept. 29, 8:00p.m. sponsored by
!, sent time. held bers of the Unit are reminded 389-9808 after 6:00 P.M. PAXON PRANCERS, square ,
seen again Meetings are
ifo that they bring and
every 1st and 3rd Monday of the may guests dance club. Call 781-2150 or I
refreshments will be served. MGA 1956 SPORT ROADSTER- SP 10475. I
month at 400, NAS Jax.
Building ,
Door prizes will be furnished by clean
Anyone desiring InformationIs car rebuilt engine, transmission -
Mrs. Harvey Miller, Mrs. new tires $750. Con-
requested to call the presidentat
Thomas J. Bennett. FREE MAPS and AA Information
gress 49637.
7718717.NEWOFFICERMrs.. Mrs. Walter Dobarzcinski, Special attention to Navy. Call

Activities Chairman, announceda 7811277.

tupperware party for October 14 FURN ROOM Near NAS Gas

at the FRA clubhouse. furnace, A/C, phone, space for "JEAN'S DANCE ACADEMY"Hula -

After the meeting refresh- parking. 388-6194 after 6 P.M. ballet, jazz, mechanical

:.,,':"".....'. ......,.- 9_ ry ments were served by Mrs.Ray- modelling, tap and baton.Vene-
t tia Wescomett Bell Air. EV 4-
.r :':' ..i mong Wienelt and Mrs. Terrell FOR SALE 4 pc black sectional, ,
Cannon. The door prim was fur- good cond., $65. With'ace.. $75. 3055& SP 15464. ,

TAudemyAwanljI.STARTS !. nished by Mrs. M. Spangler. 3/4 bed $20. Call 264-2470 or ....
4: L see at 5057 Collins Road
,Orange
3 BEDROOM HOMEClose to
YIEIAA[ HOIDEN( United Fund Park.
NAS, $50 down, $50 month. Call

(Continued From Page 1)) Art PowellUSN, Retd.withCol-
I AlEC GUINNESS m 3 BEDROOM 11/2 BATH mery-Wilkinson Realtors. 264-
$100
budgeted between the 43 agencies 6144 or353-367L
J ; down $75 Won't last I
monthly.
according to need, they In turn
'HeON Call Mr. Schub 355-5474 withJ.
use It to aid people In their time
E. Mead, Inc. Realtors FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex
of need. Whether It be you,or thefamilynext
BRiDGI! door,or maybe some- 3-plex, 4-plex, 3 mi. NAS $115

i JohnWare one you've never heard of, these LAKE SHORE FURN, 4 rm,priv. ino. Owner 771-8697.
I entrance util furn. $60 mo.
,
BIHI! II| accepts the gavel from Mrs. agencies are ready. assist. You Laasch
38,9-8357.
I George Kean, outgoing presi may not reap the benefits from TRAILER LOT 50' X 100' -10

RiveRRWAi dent, at an informal party of the these agencies today or tomorrow min. NAS. 6085 Townsend Road,

I Marine Wives Club. ''Official and maybe you never .1219 RENSSELAER near Roose- SP 1-6188, after 6pm. Free local
their assistance,but
will
USMC Photo by SSGT Ed Bat- require will. velt. 2 DR Apt, clean. Move rightIn hauling.
someone
ten $65 maFOR
SINGER for $20.00 Sewing

FRIDAY OCT. 2 VP-45 SALE 14' ,fiberglass boat machine, good condltlonguaran-

I FLORIDA (Continued From Page 1)) and trailer, 25 HP motor, $275. teed. Phone 353-1946 night or
I H Phone 387-6987 day. Will deliver, no obligation.
\ taneous change of home port were A-l Sewing Machine Exchange.
factors that might well have
FOR SALE 15' Food freezer used
5915 Philips H y. caused a lesser organization ,
ficulties. I am proud of the Of- only 6 mos., warranty, $180. FURN. APTS 557 Oak, Studio
THE J339992otW-Wt
ficers and men and their wives Phone 387-6987 apt. $45 mOo 4; 3 rm. apt. $50

for the effort put forth on behalfof mo. 6 clean&cernf.EV 8-9886.
Patron 45." FOR SALE Thor "Gladiron"
OFFICELOUNGE f H.I:lollHl I I'M.l I
.. Ironer, $35. 387-6987.
As RAdm Matter presented the -
.i I.iI 2 :.I i
UNFURN. APT FOR RENT-
"E" award to the squadron he
said: "Cdr. Collins, on behalf of .- ,. : n ') U .-r'- FOR SALE Jaguar, XKE model, Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR,

VAdm Paul Ramsey,Commander II 121alll.ilbl.I: roadster convert Like new,price Kit. Equip. 3 mL NAS $115 mo.
ilt W202I; :!I :222:121!:! :!:, :!1 reasonable, 768-9302. Owner 7718697.
Naval Air Forces Atlantic Fleet, 1I
distinct I 12:; 26 27 :2K OT ;M, ;uJ
It Is a privilege to pre-
1 OANtlNO sent to Patrol Squadron 45 the J a
WTE.LY Naval Air Force Atlantic Fleet
-*" .*'' 8-tPM Battle Readiness Excellence -- r -Hh. MONEY IN 1 DAY

Pennant for fiscal year 1964. 7 .
This Is an award for which each

member of the squadron can be (Tii<:: ... .... .. .1) -25 to 600
i. .
justly proud and on behalf of *

Adm. MacDonald, Chief of Nav- ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE

al Operations, I take sincere ()(;TOIl:1l CALENDAR Folk Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us

pleasure in presenting the CNO linger Cherjle ThitmnMii, Mitt Nevada how much you want. Pick up the cash at your

Safety award, indicating that Patrol of 1963, poses with derby convenience. Same-day service.
Squadron 45 was the maritime and umbrellaoUoicing a recent

squadron with the highest trip, to England. 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN

safety achievement;_
You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt.


ORANGE PARK $ 84.33 $ 5.00 $355.79. $ 21.00

8 MIN. FROM" NAS 151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00

DOUBLESCOCKTAIL 3BEDROOM '2BATH HOMES 219.27 13.00 500.51 'J1.00

286.73 ;17.00 600.00 34.39
FOR SALE

DOCK AND WATERFRONT PRIVILEGES' Above payments include interest.D1AL .

NO DOWN PAYMENT


/ $15,500-$85.00 MO. C&mpanu-

BILL DONNELL. 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735

ROBINETTE DR. 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895
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PAGE JAX AIR NEWS


'(,.\ Meet You At '


The Anchorage!!



Where's That?? Q P


You've nothing to do this even- _
trig Would you like,to spend .a
congenial evening with friends,
dance to a band, or enjoy good 1 : :
N food? If so, why not drop In at
the "Anchorage"? Never heard

of it. Sure you have. They offer i AxV
.a dancing to local bands,bingo oncea
week, food and other services. S R ? M10Y AP,o, f
If your club or group would liketo
hold a private party or meet-
Ing there, arrangements can be
\ made.
ONE OF THE dining areas available to patrons.
I Y DUECY SECTION at the"Bluejackets Inn, Still contend that you've never
heard of the Anchorage? But you task belongs to Mr. Howard
have heard of the enlisted per- Warren, who works under the
i: DID YOU EVER EARN $300 AN HOUR? sonnel's club, the Bluejackets direction of the Navy Exchnge
Inn. Well, until six years ago the Officer, Cdr. T. E. Stevenson.
Bluejackets was known as the Salaries, entertainment, refurbishments -
12 MIN. FROM ORANGE PARK Anchorage. At the time the Enlisted and other expensesare
Council of the ebb spon- all financed through profits
18 MIN. FROM JAX NAS
HERF5 HOW sored a name-changing contest. generated by the club. The man-
25 MIN. FROM CEDAR HILLS The result was that some enter ager of such a ebb faces many

YOU'LL SAVE_ $100 -200 300 OR MORE prising person came up with the responsibilities not only In meet-
new name Bbejackets Inn. Ing the ebb's obligation to the
EVEN $100 IN 20 MIN. IS $300 AN HOUR.
Under its former name the club customers but also In the hiringof
ONLY A FEW NEW 64'S LEFT & A LARGE SELECTION opened in August of 1951 and even personnel supervision of facilities -
though the names have changed, ,planning for entertainment,
OF 65'S FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE
conduct and
the ebb offers essentially the maintaining orderly
same services and enter- Insuring good housekeepinghabits.
CLAYTQH RIVIIS tainment, and serves the same .
purpose that It was establishedfor. Twenty-five people, seven of
Enlisted clubs are established which are civilians, are employed -
wpM: to prlvlde dining, social and full-time to maintain the club
recreational facilities for the and serve Its patrons. They han-
enlisted man. By offering attrac- dle the Acey Duecy and enlisted
101. OR AHGI AYE GREEK CQVI 5RN
| || tive and Inviting facilities, the sections, food services, and
i'PBaNejAGKSONVlt0HRMSLEI club helps to promote and main- package store. They also assistIn
tain the well-being, morale, and catering for squadron or group
contentment of Its, patrons. It parties and at Navy Wives Club
r offers good food, and entertainment [ meetings.In .
of the highest quality for
MOTORS CORPORATION the lowest price possible. But the entertainment line,
let's examine how the manage- music for either dancing or listening -
ment strives to meet these requirements pleasure is available four
and what they meanto nights a week -Thursday through
the enlisted person. Sunday. The bands that play at the
Every club must have capable club are usually local groups and
.
h, d,' ::1 ." -{:( *: manager who is responsible for before they entertain they audi-
'. J' supervising all the phases of tion for the manager. Whether or
: I, not they are regular entertain-
.- WE operation. At the Bbejackets this
': 6 ment at the Bluejackets dependson

4; INVITEEVERYBODY h' NOW :Ii the acceptance by the patrons.
CAN YOUTAKE Special entertainment, such as
: ) Jimmy Strickland and his TV
; YOUR CAR gang, Is featured every three
: WITH YOU? months. These groups are chosen -
OPEN !I : I Financing And'lnsuronce by their availability in this
':'! Stateside DYER And Overseas M. BURR Coif area.

I representingGOVERNMENT I On Wednesday night who not
EMPLOYEES 1 join your friends at the weekly
tJ/((/ YUKON BILLIARDS FINANCE CORPORATION ANQ bingo game. The fun starts at

: fIi /INTE'lWATiONAL,INSURANCE COMPANY SERVICE/ 8 relaxation p. m. ,and it besides also offers providing the

\\lll t: : ACROSS FROM NAS JAX (NEXT DOOR TO YUKON DINER) 56J5 Tlmuquana Rd 771-0527 chance to win one of the good
% selection of prizes available.
I : BRAND NEW REGULATION TABLESCUSTOMTAILOREDCUESTICKSAV

STARS & STRIPES
: t WEBB'SPROFESSIONAL

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Responsibility For Position Allowances 51 cents a mile; current average
cost for commercial transportation
of a house trailer;or the
Increase On
Classification And Job RatingHow combined cost of transporting the
a maximum weight allowance of
Trailer Travel household goods over a like distance -
often have you asked yourself or a co-worker just what Is for a member of a corres-
the setup for administering the Navy's Wage and Classification Program y A new NAVCOMPT notice ponding pay grade plus the
? If you are a supervisor, your share In the responsibility for issued by the Office of the Comptroller appropriate dislocation allowance -
a sound Classification and Wage Program has undoubtedly been some- contains Information regarding If applicable. It has been
what of a puzzle. How often have you questioned the necessity for pre- Increased house trailer established that these costs be
paring position descriptions or job descriptions governing the work allowances, from 36 cents mile the lowest of the three ceiling
you perform? Have you ever stopped to think about how essentiala to 51 cents a mile. Any person- In the cast of pay grades E-4
sound Classification and Wage Program Is to the efficient man- nel who received permanenr: through 0-1 at certain distances.The .
agement of an organization? What causes one employee's work assignment change of station orders after
to be graded while another employee's work assignment is August 7, 1964, (the date the law laner restriction willstill
ungraded? Why do we conduct annual maintenance reviews? I t// became effective) are eligible for leave E-4s through E-7s paying
The Classification Act passedby ..* .J..j.,.'J .t-, ;:fJ' f I/,J the new rates. The new entitle- some of the cost longer trailer
In 1949 and / Ji;; ..eU'J.L.M.:.
Congress as who determine general policy and ments are available for transportation hauls.
amended subsequent years sets procedures for field activities, Gerald J. Giusti of house trailers within the
forth the principles and objec- render decisions on appeal cases, continental limits of the United Richard H. Davis, American
tives for determining the grades States and Alaska, and are effective -
and negotiate with the Navy office short story writer, novelist and
and salaries of graded or white- of Industrial Relations on Classification Giusti, NATTCServiceman when either the govern- war correspondent..30 years
collar employees. Public Law and Wage matters. ment or the Individual procuresthe ago((1934)) the era the"Laund-
1028, 84th Congress, togetherwith The Commanding Officer of Of transportation by a com- romaf born In Fort Worth,
other Congressional Acts each field activity is responsible mercial transporter. Tex, when a local resident open-
prescribes the methods and prin- for administering the Classi- The MonthFirst Left unchanged are two other ed his "Washateria," a new typeof
ciples for establishing ratings fication and Wage Program at his restrictions so the reim- service where electric wasbngmachines
and fixing pay rates for blue- activity. The Wage and Classi- Class Aviation Electri- bursement Is limited to the lowestof could be rented by the
collar workers. fication Division, Industrial Relations cian's Mate Gerald J. Giusti, received the following three ceilings: hour.
The Secretary of the Navy Is Department,performs the the "Serviceman of the
responsible for administering the day to day work of our local Month" award for the month of
Classification and Wage Program program. Except in a few special July during ceremonies held In ]
throughout the Navy In accord- types of cases,the level of graded the office of Captain C.G.Strum,
ance with laws and regulations positions, GS-1 through GS-15, Commanding Officer of Naval Air CJDUUUUEIHL>
prescribed by Congress and the and the rating determinations on Technical Training Center, :
President. The Chief of the Officeof ungraded positions are final insofar Tuesday afternoon.
Industrial Relations, Navy Department as necessary to process per- Giusti, an Instructor at
acting for the Secre- sonnel actions to higher author- NATTC's Class "A" School for
tary has jurisdiction over all ity. An appeal however, will not Aviation Electricians, has been ChevroletCHEVROLET
Classification and Wage Pro- hold up the necessary personnel attached to the training center for
grams throughout the Navy. This action. 31 months. During that time, his
office prescribes the general pol- The Area Wage and Classification letter of commendation reads:
icies and procedures and is the Office, located here In "He has demonstrated superior in Jacksonville
final Navy authority onsuchmat- Jacksonville, Is a' field branch leadership qualities that have Instilled -
ters.The office of the Navy Office of Industrial In his students a genuine DOWNTOWN-
Chief of each bureau or' Relations. This office is desire to advance both pro- 924 LAURA ST. at ORANGE
office within the Navy Is responsible responsible for evaluating activity fessionally and militarily." .. .
for' administering all programs. They also fur- Along with his letter of commendation
Classification and Wage Pro- nish advice and assistance on the Giusti received a
grams in organizations under his solution of technical problems as $50.00 U. S. Savings Bond, and a
control In our case, it is the requested by the activity. (This free trip to historic St.Augustine, THE
Chief of BuWeps. The Bureau office should not confused with Fla., courtesy of Jacksonville
maintains a small staff of Wage the Wage and Classification Division USO and the Augustine Cham-
and Classification technicians IRD.) ber of Commerce for he and his QUALITYGOES

itttt family.
The Civil Service CommissionIn Giusti reported toNATTC after IN
general has jurisdiction law serving a tour of duty with Patrol
over all federal personnel mat- Squadron VP-16 of New York BEFORETHE
ters. However, it has no control City. He. entered,the Navy Feb.
over wage-setting practices for 21, 1956, after attending Brown
blue-collar employees. The Sec- University in Providence, Rhode
4727 Son Juan retary of the Navy has complete Island for three years. NAME GOES ONI
Phone 334-5852 responsibility over the Wage His letter of commendationalso
Program of this agency. The stated that his sense of per- '
BUDGETPERMANENT Commission is responsible for sonal pride, fervent attitude, A HANDCRAFTED COLOR TV
4 9S compiling and publishing classi- military ,appearance, and enthusiasm -
fication standards forgraded em- were in the highest
Naval traditions
Thur. Evenings By Appointment: ployees.The
Ids flied
Jackie Williams Wage and Classification A bulletin board in the em- a.ss
Specialist in Cutting Division, IRD, this activity maintains ployees' cafeteria at the New PIrfnIIICTY
Naturally Curly Hairij a complete and current set Senate Office Building has: this
of all published standards for notice: "Wedding gown for sale .
graded and ungraded positionsand Size 10, Hand embroidered with .Na./we1isd....
jobs. Each employee Is wel- detachable train and slip, Cost .. '. .....sd cirelli.
come to look at the standards $160, Sell half price, Worn only N.M..O etLe
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I OCTOBER 1, 1964
I PACE 10: JAX AIR NEWS


i I Ii,I Navy Aids It's Youth With SwimmingDuring



The idea was not particularly but
the new.
country.
to sweep
began
the 50's a new phenomenon
The impetus seemed to come from,. the mush-
the Interest was. This was age-group competitive swimming.
to this time was mostly limit-
prior
swimming
Competitive
rooming private pools through-out the country.
1 ed to College Varsity, YMCA and: Country or Athletic Club participation
subsidization,monopolized the sport. Then came the revolution -
For Australia and Japan,with national
Special The Sports Directory for the and years American kids began to show their mettle. Today hundreds of thousands of kids through out the
contains -
1964 recreation
season sports, at the 1964
and most of our swimming representatives
in swimming meets
amusement and entertainment nation are competing age-group
ServicesTickets -$68.10 value for$2.95. Olympics will be teenagers.Agegroup .
Shrine Circus-October 2-4, swimming Is an organized -
1964-at the Jacksonville Coliseum sport, governed by rules
price $2.50 and $1.50.A set down by the A AU. It Is broken
Tickets are available at the limited number of ticketsare down into age-groups of eight and
Recreation Division( (SpecUlSer- available for the Universityof under, nine and 10, 11 and: 12, 13
vices) Bldg. 1704. for the followIng Florida Football borne games- and 14, and ends when a swimmer

events:.. $5.15 except for the Georgia- reaches 18 years of age. In international (
The Jacksonville "Robins"Pro Florida games which are $5.50 and age-groupcem-
Football Team Single ticketsare For further information on all petition. there are only four recognized
$L50 each. tickets call Exts. 8791 or 8153. strokes. They are the
The Georgia Tech-Navy Football Free Style,Breast Back and But-
Game--Friday October 9 terfly strokes.

at 8 p. m. Tickets are avail Piloting Lessons Usually the yoonger swimmers PUSHING OFF IN ANOTHER session of swimming practice the
able at $5.50 and $3. compete in short sprints (50( yds. "
Jax Navy Novice swimmers splash their way across the NAS Indoor -
Vacation for two--available at Free Piloting Lesson classesare or 50 meters). By the time they
Pool. (Navy Photo by Kay Leljedal. AN)
$38 two days and one night at held every Tuesday evening, reach 12, however, competitive
the Nautilus Congress tan at 7:30 p. m. at the Independent Life events can cover the entire inter- assists along the way. The Navy Jax Team is further
Cape Coral Fla. and two days Building on West Duval Street. national spectrum. These assists, however, are no broken down into three sub-
and two nights at the luxurious All military and civilian person- Normally, during a season, small chore and are some of the,* teams; A, B and C. Each sub-
Martinique hotel Miami Beach nel are welcome. teams compete In a local league most demanding on parents that team has minimum time require
An article explaining these and culminate with their top exists in the sporting world. ments for at ]least one of the four

Fla.Also a vacation for two for$38- classes, which are sponsored by swimmers competing in area or Without parental assistance, a competitive strokes. As a swim-
Three days and two nights at the the Jacksonville Power Squadron State "Jr. Olympics". Larger team or its individual( members mer achieves these minimums
Spring Rock Country Club in I appeared in last week's Jax Air teams compete in local Intra- cannot survive. Even in local novice he will automatically move tothe
Spring Valley, New York. News.VANDERBilT. state, and national meets. Thereis leagues the time demanded next higher group. Normally only
a continual succession of Invitational of parents In taxi-service, officiating the A and B teams will be Involved -

meets at all three management and studyIng In competition outside of
levels. are much more than In any intramurals. It should be em-
Competitive swimming is a other sport. phasized, however, that any
I TIRES sport where size and inherent The Northern Florida Novice swimmer who can now swim 25

athletic] ability are not nearly so League is one of the lower eche- yards easily and works, will see
"PROVEN FOR MILEAGEQUALITYPRICE"AUTO important as determination and lons of age group competitive competition before the winter
3 CENTERS TO SERVE YOU physical fitness. It is a sport swimming. It Is primarily designed (Continued on Page 12))
where the individual can prove :! and regulated for the beginning -
himself and see the effects of his competitive swimmer.

.NO 1 MONEYDOWN : 1.17 vf.K.: own efforts. teaches teamwork WEDGEWOODAPARTMENTS
yet does not inhibit individual Swim
J Jax Navy
effort. Except for the short I I
QUALITY NYLON V..Pnmbn sprints, the physical conditioning
24 MONTH 31 MONTH necessary is very demanding. Team To Start ACROSS FROM

UNCONDITIONAL UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE amount of coaching or cajolingcan HAS MAIN GATE
CU4RANTfE ,
succeed without the absolute
SIZE IUCK"ALL EACH SIZE WHITEWALL' :EACH determination of the swimmer. It Winter SeasonLast 12&3BEDROOMSCENTRAL
is an Individual effort with some
f00.13.......:. 10.u 100.17..IS.17 week the Navy Jax Swim-
I 6SO.11..1I.JJ 6SOalJ..I6.JJ Team for AIR CONDITIONING It HEAT
ming began preparing
100.17..17.13 1' O.IJ........ 17.Ji7SOa1.
.......... .II.JJ 7.14........ 11.61 If s winter season. The initial
'. Ro0,11..13.13 $00.14..1$3I tryouts are now being held and 85. $ 12O.BURBRIDGE

IIS0.l1IS.u I5Oal4.........21,11 will continue throughout the next .
1So.lf ....... I.a tsOal4........ .25M month Workouts and time trials
670.15 ...?. I.a 67 .IS........ ISM conducted the NAS
710'U..IO.lJ 710.15........ 11A7110.1s. are being at REALTY
....... 17.17 760015..4.... 17.N Indoor Pool Tuesdays and Thurs REALTORS
Add 2.50 101 Vh..I"alls 120oo15..........22.12. days from 4:30 p. m. to 6 p. m., 117 E. BAY ,ST. EL 4-6646
Add 12.-'e III UIO, Ins T ItS AWV.MaetaIS'T.elelsT.s and Saturdays from 9 a. m. to

All Tine PI..T..a. E.c..........$100 AM.O.II Oil Tin....Iec........ 11 a. m. Over 50 swimmers have
t turned out already and a drive
is on to talent.
I I I ROTATIONs uncover more
If you are In the Navy or a
/ FREE MOUNTING l '" "'
_.1 1f.t service junior under 18 years of INTRODUCINGYOUR
TUBE-REPAI age and can swim 2syards easily
ON YOUK MARK Get Set;GOr'!! in any one stroke,come on out. NATIONWIDE AGENT
MAIN STREET CEDAR HILLS SOUTHSIDE Two of the NAS Novice Swimmers The Northern Florida Novice
-
.
17it t M.I 350.al.li.1" .1..4. 7144 WIiP Hi11wq
EL 440S1 (CHHII. w..c..m) FLV20UOPEN get ready to dive in for a League, of which the Navy Jax
SANDY"CROSSO SP I-4aK .An... f_Plett ,.....
MCR. O'DI.MON..WED.-FRI.; TIL f TJL trial run across the NAS Pool. Swimming Team is a member of,
OPEN DAILY'TIL A P.M. ERNIE Til CRIBS PM,Mp. CARROLL CRIBB.Mft. Navy Photo by Kay Leljedal, is planning a full schedule of

SNi. age-group swimming meets this UI''
season. The first meet will be
against the Good Shepherd Swim-
ming Team (Movie & Varsity)
at the NAS Indoor Pool Saturday,
October 17, at 9 a. m. The Navy
SEASON; : Jax Swimming Team should bea TROY (T.L.)
.
; top contender to take this
,
year's Championship.If TAYLOR
N : you',know of any swimmingtalent
OPENS'FRl. NIGHT: ; ''if'' you know of any one '
: 2825 Cherokee .cir. E.
with} previous experience in competitive

r. .. coaching, meet officiat- PHONE EV 9-7514
'D JK ing or :anyone with a strong desire -
to help the swimming team,
8PM A MAN WHO CAN SAVE
1 please contact Lieutenant Com-
I YOU TIME AND MONEY
mander Nichols, at NAS, Ext.
'
; : 550. ON; YOUR INSURANCE
OrangePark/: I 'I&' The'Jax Navy Swimming TeamIs .

: I'l"I I coached by Mike; Stevens AN, 'IAYIONWIDE
J I I under the, direction of Captain .
J I J. R. Ward, of Fleet Air %':4' Mattel t r 'IOWVKC.. ,... Ce ,
Wing .
New Paved Lot t 0os'. It s I N leswaece' Ce Ion****CII
Parking .. .,. . . Eleven. ,
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' Jax Navy Skeetmen Thursday The club in meets Bldg.every 503, other at 3 BrothersContinued : ':

Navy Parachute 7:30 p. m. They are anxious to ( From Page 4))
gather new members and will
welcome anyone interested in any tached to HS-7, as a plane
Honors At 1964 Finale Club Elects of their meetings. Sgt. Fox was commander of a SH3A Hell-
presented a trophy at the end of copter.
--- -- -- the meeting in appreciation for The two older brothers servedin
In the final shoot of the 1964 season the Jax.Navy Skeet Team his past work with the club. He the Korean Conflict. CDR.
I won top honors in the two day Annual Bass Capital Skeet Championship is the first president of the clubto Barnes served as O-In-C of a
held at Palatka, Florida, September 2627. New OfficersThe be reelected. FASRON Squadron. Maj.Barnes,
On the opening day Ken The "Vapor Trails," the high flew the F-86 Sabre Jet, and was
Pendergras, AEC, of the NAS targets to win the allgauge event Jacksonville Navy Sports altitude demostration team, havea credited with one official "kill"
PIO Office, won top honors in with a 99x100 and Dr; Parsons Parachute Club elected its officers scheduled Jump In Meridian, of a "Mig".
the 410 gauge event with a 47x with a 97x100 who placed secondIn for the coming exhibitions Miss., on Oct. 24 and at the NAS The family is originally from
50 and teamed of NATTC up with Dr. D.L. the class A event. Pendergrasand throughout the south Jax Open House on Nov. L Medina, Wash.
Dental
Parsons,
GySgt. Wesley Fox was unanimously -
Miller teamed .
togetherand
Dept., to win the two man team up
reelected head the
won the two man team event. to
with 'a 91x100.In .
event, ; .
with a 199x200. club and Robert Holden, EN1.
the 28 gauge event again VOU LlIE.NUT'Y
After winning the two man team was designated vice president and
Chief Pendergras won top honors
operations officer.The boardof
events In all four of new
gauges guns
with a 49x50, while Warrant Of-
the Jax Navy Team broke a fine governors will consist of L. ABOUT
Miller of the NAS Med
ficer E.C.
488x500 to take top honors In the Parmer, AE2, R. Holden, W.
ical Dept., won runner-up spotIn five man team-shoot. Johnson, PR]., D. Asplund, A/2C f j
the class B event with a 47x50 the (the only Air Force member of BELL AIR
Pendergras won high over
followed by Lee Hester, HM2, all event In the shoot with a 292x the club,) and! L.. Noel, PR3.
also of the NAS Medical Dept., TOOf
who broke a 46x50 to win the
class A event. Miller and Hester 300.Special NoticeAttention Comm VP-30
teamed up to win the two man

event with a 93x100. all officers!1111!!! Frank Pace Their
Lee Hester was the top gun in McCaffrey, the NAS Athletic
the 20 gauge event with a 97x100 Director, Is looking for an officer -
and Ed Miller broke a 92x100 to to either coach and be In IM
place second in class A shoot. A- charge of, or just be In charge LeaguesBehind
gain Miller and Hester teamed up of the Jax Navy Boxing Team. the superb passing and
together to win the two man team Anyone Interested In this posi- pass catching of James Jackson, ; X
event with a 189x200.On tion, can gain further Informationby the Communications football
the final day of shooting contacting Frank McCaffrey, squad blanked another one of their
Pendergras broke a perfect 100 at Ext. 585, Bldg. 3, NAS J ax. opponents, MARTD, 30-0, and

eased past NARTU 126.In v.

Navy Judo Club MARTD the game Communications--Jackson, Gaston,

and! Krnavek each scored one TD
while Wallace accounted for two
Participates In JUDO TD's. In the Communications--
NARTU game Jackson scored two ,
unbelievable TD's for Comm. and .
Fla. State MeetThe Zimmerman accounted for the .

lone NARTU TD.Communications.

Jax Navy Judo Club mem- is currently
bers took part in a State Invi- leading the National League witha
tational Tournament held Sept. 4 0 record, while VP-30 is
26-27 at Gulfport, Fla. The juniors that participated :leading the American League withan
for Jax Navy were; David Mar- identical 4-0 record.
den, just recently promoted to The results of last weeks actionare BELLAIRI
Yellow Belt placed 2nd In the :
7 year old jr. division. AF679th 12, Marines 0
The seniors taking part in the O&R 12, FICEUR 6
tournament were GySgt. D. 1... VP-30-12, Hosp 6
.
Stewart, MAD ((1st degree Black A/C Maint 6, NARTU 18 .T4-lE13E I T "BUy"
Belt), and! Ens. C.S. Boutwell Comm 30, MARTD 0
(Green Belt) of the Heavyweight Comm 12, NARTU 6

division; J. 1... Baird, ATl ((3rd aat
N : grade Brown Belt) 200 lb. divi- Follow the signs Southon
VY sion; Rod Fowler ((1st grade aaticwe4c4Mvutt Boulevard
Brown Belt) 180 lb. division; Blanding For:

Sam Jackson, SA, NATTC (White
Belt) 150 Ib. division and Joe
Schools Churches .
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class Li", and GySgt D. l. Stewart Ib. division
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'12 JAX AIR NEWS OCTOBER 1, I 1964


IM BowlingAs (Novice Continued Swimmers from page 10)) League Lcads

season is completed. The C team
Is for those swimmers new to Knotted In IM
the NAS Intramural "keg- competition and completely out of
lers" start their eighth week of shape. Golf Action

bowling action the Air Frames Competitive swimming is definitely -
Four teams, two In each of the
lead theNatlonalleaguewitha204 on the upswing In the Jacksonville -
Intramural Golf are
two leagues
record; the Cursors and the area. At NAS Jax a fine undefeated and hold down the top
Sky Warriors of the Continental indoor pool provides the scene In the "Linkster" action.
League, are tied at 17-7; and for year-round practice and competition spots American
The in the
teams
leading the American are the meets. There are a number League are A/C Malnt 3-0, and b UNDER
Eagles with a 13-3 record. of experienced swimmers and
Hospital "A" 3-0 while in the
The results of last weeks action some tremendous latent talentin undefeatedteams
National League the
are: this area. With the help of all are FICEUR 3-0 and VP-5
American League the people concerned NAS lax NEW

can have a great"Junlor"swim- 2Q.The results of last weeks action
Electrons, Photo Lab 3-1 ming team. Who knowsmaybeone are
Hellions, Riggers 4-0 of the Jax Navy swimmers American League CEMENT
Pan Handlers, Thunderheads 2-2 will be a member of the 1968 -
Scratch
Handicap
Pelicans, Chiefs 3-1 Olympic teams.
Mad Foxes, Needlers 3-1 Admin, AF679th 8-1 5-1
ComStore5, Neptunes 2-2 MARINE BARRACKS A/C Malnt; F AEW 9-0 6-0

Cannon Cockers, FICEURffl 4-0 (*Continued page 1)) National League -

Continental League most Improved Individual area VP-5, ComF air]ax 6-3 4-2
aboard the station in the past VP-30"B", NARTU 6-3 2%-1'/.
Flying Phantoms, Avions 2-2 month. FICEUR. VAP-62 7-2 2-4
Strikers, Mix Masters 3-1 The CO also took time out to ,
Sparks, Pizzans 3-1 praise the Public Works Depart-
Spoilers, Supply 4-0 ment for the work they have dora EXPRESSWAY
Burgermasters, FICEUR2 4-0 and are doing In the aftermathof
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Owl Hoots, Inspectors 3-1 football being played In
game
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