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Creation Date: April 15, 1965
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VOL. 23 NO. 5 U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA APRIL 15, 1965



Navy Requests He Is Risen Navy OffersReemployment



Volunteers For



Viet Ham DutyThe ,. To PC VolunteersThe

Navy is requesting volun- Navy Department has
teers for duty In Vietnam, due to granted reemployment rights to
the Increasing requirements and Career or Career-Conditional
the desire to provide personnelwho employees who volunteer for
are motivated toward this service In the Peace Corps.
important duty. y Conceived by the late Presi-
The growing need for volun- tt, Ii dent Kennedy,The Peace Corpsnow
teers in the Vietnam situation .. has 10,000 American volun-
desires men in all ratings. At x1 teers serving In 46 Africa -
the.present time, however<< only 0.l log counties of Asia and
personnel In the following ratingsare r Latin America. Today the Peace
to be considered for assign- Corps, as a result of specific re- -
ment: BM,. GM, MM, ET, RM, quests from host governments,
YN, PN, SK, DK, CS, JO, LI, lj'j has formed aspecial recruitment
DM, HM, MN, EM, EN, DC, EA, drive tosend Americans with me-
CE, EO, CM, BU, UT, AD, AT, chanical, clerical and managerial
AB, AT, PT, and PH. $ skills--men and women old and
Qualified volunteers In these young-willing and able to serve
ratings will be ordered as requirements overseas.
occur to fill new billets +Mn kt You can qualify if you have a
or provide reliefs for per skill, and If you have no depen-
sonnel in existing billets. Per- dents under 18 years of age.Couples ','
sonnel In other ratings may volunteer are welcome providing they
but will be considered only ,, a? ; have no dependents under 18.
when billets are approved for 4 : There Is no age limit. A college
their rating. degree or high school diplomats
Volunteers must meet the requirements I not required. During the'three-.
for assignment overseas month training period and the 21
specified In Article 6.21 months abroad the Peace Corps
of the Enlisted Transfer Manual a pays all expenses for the Volun
In addition, volunteers must be teer. At the end of his period of .,.
at least In pay grade E-2, have service he receives an additional
served on active duty for six $1800.
months and be recommended by As a means of assisting the
their Commanding Officer for -. Peace Corps In Its recruiting
this duty. Requests from Wavesare program, the Navy has granted
not desired. Easter Services Begin At HAS administrative reemployment
;
The tour In Vietnam Is twelve rights to those of Its employeeswho
months and Is served unaccom- volunteer. These reemployment -
pained. Personnel completing rights will be granted for a
tours In Vietnam will be given Sunrise Service This SundayA period not to exceed 30 months
priority on choice of duty in the from the last day of active duty

next assignment for which theyare program of Holy Week and Friday Service from 12:00 to'1:30 Meditation on the "Seven- Last prior to entering the.. Peace
Corps.
eligible. Easter Services for personneland tomorrow, at which time area Words."
dependents of the Protestant Chaplains will participate In Any employee who may be Interested -
and Catholic faith will key- bringing meditations on the Easter Sunrise Service In volunteering for the
Scheck NASServiceman note the stations activities beginning "Seven Last Words of Christ Peace Corps Is urged to call 100Placement
The Easter Sunrise Service to Section[ of the Indus-
today and "
from the
through Cross. The Catholic
be held In Hangar 117, directlywest trial Relations Ext.
Department,
Sunday. April 18, 1965. Good Friday service beginning at
of the NAS Terminal at 526, and for an interview
Of special Interest to Protestant noon will offer worshippers the 6:30 arrange
onSunday Morning,will have
-
personnel will be the Good: "Stations of the Cross" and a
Ratey
Of The Month as Its guest preacher, Reverend Military Fatality
.Robert.M. Blackburn, Pastor of
The Naval Air Station's Ser- the First Methodist Church of Climbs to New High
viceman of the Month for Jacksonville. Music for the ser-
March, Washington (AFPS) -- The fatality
who comes from NAS Weapons vice will be provided by the rateof military personnel
Division, Is Joseph A. Sebeck ? ; Naval Air Station Band and 'the Involved In privately owned vehicles -
TM2. ,* AU Saints' Chapel Choir. climbed to a new high
Sebeck has been stationed at the L'3 High Masses will be celebrated last year.
NAS AUW Shop(Advanced Under- for Catholic personnel the St. According to testimony beforeeubcanmittee
seas Weapons) for the past two Edwards Chapel at 9 and! 10 p.m. > -- on executive
years and during this time the on Easter-Sunday. reorganization on the Defense
responsibility of maintainingMK43 A complete listing of scheduled Department ((000)) role In traffic
torpedo has been placedIn v "i services of worship follows: safety. Deputy Assistant Secre-
his hands.According. ; ; tary of Defense Stephen N. Shut-
to'the nominating April 15,1965 man revealed that 1,514servlce-
letter, each task assigned to Se- men were killed and almost 10
beck Is approached in a confi- r 7:30 pun.Maundy: Thursday observance times as many Injured.last year
dent efficient manner, and com- of the Lord's Last Sup as the result of accidents in-
pleted to the'utmost satisfactionof per. volving private motor vehicles.As .
his seniors. April 16, 1965 for DOD vehicle accidents,
Sebeck displays all of the many only 120 fatalities. recordedlast
qualities and outstanding characteristics 12-1:30 p.m. "The Seven Last year even though 2.3 billion -_
which have formed a JOSEPH A. SEBECK is congratulated by Capt. 1. R. Mackroth, CO Words Christ from the Cross." miles were registered by
proud service. NAS, for being selected Serviceman of the Month for March. Continued on I'age) 316,754 vehicles.



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Water Safety Rules t', Chaplain/ s MessageBy
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Should Be Known. To AllMasters I Chaplain Edwards

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SUNDAY
of the waters, step lightly mates'! Once again Christian and Jew alike, arrive at that time of the year
Now that wanner days have arrived,' many a landlubblng sailor 8:00: a.m. Service of Holy In which they pause to celebrate the High Holy Days of their respective
will take to the open waterways to enjoy the many pleasures of boat- Communion Faiths.. To those of the Jewish Faith It Is the time of the Passover Fes-
ing. This outdoor nautical pastime, which is now enjoyed by nearly 9:30: a.m. Service of Divine tival when the struggles of the ancient Israelites for freedom from the
40 million fun-loving Americans, is rapidly becoming the national Worship oppression ot the Pharoah ot Egypt are commemorated. Moses
pastime. It outranks all other sports in total participation and as a 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for constantly reminded his people that the purpose of their freedom from

family recreation. Americans go boating in approximately eight ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 the bondage in Egypt was not to destroy the Egyptians but to enable themto
million small craft powered by motor,sail, and paddle. Unfortunately, 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine enjoy the fruits of freedom and to serve God.
neophyte skippers, limited seamanship requirements, and overly adventurous Worship For the Christians throughout the world It Is the pinnacle> of
souls have all contributed to a growing accident problem. 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship the Christian year, the Queen of Hearts Easter. It Is the Day of the
There's much more to handling a boat than just flipping the key WEDNESDAY Resurrection, when the sinless Son of God broke the bonds of death and
_ or manning the tiller. As a skipper or a passenger, proper boating rose victorious. The Christian rejoices In the realization that he has
techniques and special precautions can make the difference to unnecessary 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Re- purchased for mankind eternal life.

accidents afloat. hearsal To the members of the Christian and Jewish communities It Is a
Here's how you can be an "old S lt" and enjoy safe boating. 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal time of rededicating ourselves to the tenets of our faith. As we leave our

There's no sense handicapping yourself, by depending on life- churches and Synagogues we look upon world that Is rent assunder by
saving gear as a substitute for swimming ability. Be able to swim 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, tensions and strife. Strong In the faith of our God and our forefatherswe

and take care of yourself In water.A Also on all Holy Days realize that our freedom Is not just a legacy from the past, but
boat should be used for the purpose it was built. Pleasure, Catholic Services at St. Ed- something which we must earn and be ready to sacrifice for If neces-

racing and fishing craft are all constructed differently. ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval sary. So It Is that we must realize, as participants In this freedom,
Type of craft, total amount of weight, and distribution of passen- Hospital our responsibilities to our ultimate objective In achieving an enduring
gers and gear are all factors which must be considered In keepingany SUNDAY MASS peace which will make all men free.

boat stable. To protect the dignity of all men,guarantee the right to worship God,
Practice proper boating techniques under the guidance of an ex- 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital and enable all men to live In a climate of security and brotherhood -
perienced operator before taking the helm yourself. A good pilot 9:00: a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. these are the ultimates for which we are striving and to which we have
knows how to handle his boat and he never lets the fact that he's Edward's Chapel
dedicated curselves.Sustained.
having fun Interfere with his skill, courtesy or common sense.
The right preparation almost always means the difference between DAILY MASS

success or failure In meeting an emergency. Proper equipment, qnd 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel Power At SeaLet
knowhow can save your fun, your boat and your life.
Become familiar with the storm warnings and heed them Immediately MONDAY & TUESDAY
.
... .
Those who don't are asking for trouble, maybe risking someoneelse's 4:15 p.m. King HallNATTC'
look modern It has evolved from
us now at our Navy. revo-
life In a hazardous rescue attempt.
FRIDAY lutionary scientific progress In this, the 20th century. It Is a product of
Afloat or ashore, accidents can spoil your fun and cause potential
mishaps or disaster. Seasoned and novice sailors, take heed and 12:05 p.m. U.S. NavalHospItal the scientific-Industrial team.
have a safe boating season.Good Polaris I Not only ready for war, It has tipped the strategic balanceto
SATURDAY our favor. We now have the strategic Initiative. This ballistic mis-
sile can be fired from a submerged submarine targets 3,000 statute
9:00 a.m. .St. Edward's ChapelCONFESsioNS.SATU
Citizenship miles away.
RDA Y Now no place on earth is beyond the reach of this power from the
sea. Its destructive power Is greater than all the bombs and artillary
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before -
Around The ClockEDITORS Masses used In all the wars history Including the nuclear attacks of the last

Catechism Classes:Grade School world war.Polaris.
is truly America's great deterrent to potential enemy.
( NOTE: The following speech was given by the eleven- SATURDAY Nonetheless, our total national security, and the means to insure it,

year old daughter of CPO and Mrs. O. J. Simpson of FICEUR, at an 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities remains too complex for any single weapon system or any single stra-
annual event sponsored by the Stockton's Dads Club. The contest building 722 tegy to be the complete answer to the problems that beset us.
was open to students of the 4th, 5th, and 6th grades at the Stockton The combination of nuclear power with advanced hull design has
Elementary School Mona's name will be added to the plaque con- given us the fast attack submarine, a true submersible, capable of
taining names of those who have won the award In previous years.) moving at speeds once thought Impossible.Not .
_. .. How wonderful It Is to be a citizen of the United States of America Traffic only to sink enemy shipping, but to serve In the ASW role of
to be In the midst of a beautiful and growing nation! As citizens of detecting and attacking enemy submarines in the vast battlefield un

this great nation we have many privileges, but along with these ViolationsThe der the sea.
privileges, each of us has responsibilities.I The world cruise of our nuclear powered surface ships, the new
would like to use famous events in history as the hours on my nuclear task force, Operation "Sea Orbit," has heightened public interest -
clock, to demonstrate"Good Citizenship Around the Clock." following Is a report of in our modern Navy. Let us glimpse for a moment at our most
It began as far back as the time of the ancient Greeks, when they motor vehicle accidents and traf- modern surface ships. The types we must build. for the future fleet
organized a "Democratic Government." fic violations for the period April future opportunity, futute security.
Many years later, the Declaration of Independence was written. 4 through April 10. Perhaps you will think of her first of all, for upon the waters of our
Thomas Jefferson, a great American, helped make this possible. world you will see nothing to surpass her, this the "Enterprise", our
Even at that time the people were showing they they believed In Number of Accidents first and only nuclear-powered carrier. A permanent, moving airportfor

the famous words of our late president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, This Week April 4 through April a hundred planes, bombers and fighters, for every naval task from

who said, "Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you 10 . . .1 reconnaissance to strafing to missile-firing to bombing, from incendiaries
can do for your country." Total Accidents this year through to heavy bombardment.The .
Still later the Bill of Rights was written.. ,In this document are our April 1964 . 90 mobile base for American power can stand well offshore and
privileges and responsibilities. Total Accidents this year through strike all types of targets well inland if need be, that can attack mili-
All these great Americans, documents and historic periods of April 3 . . . 54 tary forces of all kinds, factories, cities, or anything else, yet this
time have helped us to become better citizens, because they give us nuclear propelled air base can accelerate like a sports car.
a foundation, something to go on. Number of Violations The new Navy has tough cruisers. First among them is the "Long
.. As a citizen, I deeply believe in the brave words of Nathan Hale and This Week . . 74 Beach", a nuclear-propelled modern warship that contributes to the
.. I quote: "I only regret that!Ihave but one life to give for my country." Speeding . . 15 projection of power of the fleet. There are also 13 conventional cruisers

Reckless Driving . 1 in our fleet.
Going Through Stop Sign..6 Their turrets bristle with guided missiles packing a powerful punch
Other Violations 53 and computerized controls keep them zeroed on targets. These missiles -

a AX: AIR 1VEWS: Fifty drivers appeared before are the Terrier, the Tartar, the Talos. They have different destructive -
powers, different of the
purposes. These tactical examples
the Traffic Hearing Board at the
of
spectrum possibility depending on always, onwhatprecisely we must
meeting held on April 12. Dis-
do
on a particular day a a
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise( Newspaper position of the cases Include the The particular place.
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, following: ten lost driving and too virtuoso of naval power, the workhorse, neither too small nor
large, maneuverable fast ship is
Jacksonville Florida the Holt aboard station deadly, this destructive fighting
by Publishing Company, a parking privileges known as the "destroyer."
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR for various periods; five were We have
231 of
them
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, assigned, to complete a six-hour In the unfortunately many of World War II construction
fleet, but still doing
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before course in remedial drivingat when the ready to do almost anything that needs
fur !Is flying in the thick of the* nghting.
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- Jacksonville Police Academy; The
Telephone EV '-7711, Ext. 8162. twenty-five received suspended feasibility of nuclear propulsion In modern destroyer types is
demonstrated
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueriesconcerning penalties; thirteen were given "Truxton." by the destroyer leader, "Balnbridge", and soon the

such should be directed to the Holt Publishing warnings; five were dismissed;
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida and four were referred to Com- Looking to the future the artist conceptions In surface ship con'structiort
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. manding Officers for possible and is Imaginative, but there are no bounds to American ingenuity -
American need
w 'r disciplinary action.TwentyFour maritime technology. These areships we will
VOL. 23 NO.5 APRIL 15, 1965 drivers were assessed to meet the threat, to capitalize on our opportunities, as we build many
more
a total of 69 Traffic. With ships, to meet tomorrow's challenge. t
Points. resolute research we must maintain the modernity and strikingI
power of our fleet. '





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Constantine convened the Nicaean Accomodations For Military
History Of EasterTo Council, where 'the decision was
made that Easter should be observed I

by all on the same Sun- Available At World's Fair
the earliest Christians, Easter--not Christmas--was the all- day. But the problem was still
Important holiday. Relatively little notice was taken of the anniversary not solved because differences
of Christ's birth; as far as the Gospels are concerned Jesus In the systems of chronology fol- Bainbridge, Md., (NAVNEWS) for $12 a day.
commanded: men to remember not Its birth but His death. There- lowed In various places. More- ...All military personnel. Officer 2. Two bedrooms and bath
fore Easter is considered the most ancient and most Important over, the Gregorian correction of enlisted and retired, may for $8 a day.
festival of the Christian find accomodations for bedroom and
year. the calendar In 1582 Introduced them- 3. Living room,
One of the great disputes Jewish Christians maintainedthat still further discrepancies. selves and their dependents while bath for $7 a day.
throughout history has been the Easter should be observed, Throughout Western Christen- visiting the .World's) Fair. The Sleeping cots are available for
setting of a fixed date for Easter. like Pesach (hebrew word for dom the corrected calendar: Is Navy Ship's Store Office Brook-: 50 cents a day.Requests
Early Christians celebrated Eas- Passover), on the 14th of Nisan now universally accepted, and lyn, has renovated Bradley Hallat for occupancy must
ter at the same time as the Jewish --regardless of the day of the Easter is solemnized on the first Mitchell Field. The following be sent in writing to the Navy
Passover feast, since Christ's week upon which It fell. On the Sunday after the full moon follow- basic units are available for ren- Ship's Store, Ann Mr. G.
death fell upon the day of the feastof other hand, Christians of Gen- ing the vernal equinox. However, tal to transient military personnel Williams, 3rd Avenue and: 29th
the Passover--the 14th day of tile descent Insisted that the holy In the East the calendar has not : Street, Brooklyn, New York. The _
the month of NIsan (first monthof day be observed on SUnday,since been brought into accord with 1. Living room, dining room, phone number Is PI 6-5553.
the Jewish religious calendar, It was on the day of the week the Gregorian reform, and: the two bedrooms, kitchen and bath

corresponding to March-April). that the resurrection had day for Easter still seldom coin !ill
The Jewish calendar consisted occured. This dispute per- cides with the Western date I
of 12 lunar months, or 354 days, sisted into the 4th century, the The name "Easter" was pro-
with periodically an extra month Western churches generally posed by the 8th century historian
Inserted to bring it in line with celebrating Easter on Sunday and Bede who is said to have derived
the solar calendar. So the date the Eastern churches followingthe It from Eostra a Ger-
of the new Christian festival like Jewish tradition.In manic goddess of dawn or spring.
that of the Passover,shifted from the year 325, the Emperor
year to year in relation to the
Julian calendar, when used by the C..1.T. knows

Romans, which was calculated 4'USED ,
according to the solar year.Con
sequently Easter has remained a
moveable date, falling anywhere CARS that
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., ... .
Easter ,.
Service I iBlackburn, Pastor of the{{f'St' ,i' '.i), LUt'Agrlew preaching FRA 126BrancH
;
(Conbilledro1n Page 1)) Methodist Church Jacksonville 1100 Divine Worship -Chap-

Area Chaplains will participate. will be the guest preacher.Music lain Feaglns preaching w ? _t 126 of the Fleet Re-

Worshipers may attend all or a by the Naval Air Station Band April 15, 1965 serve Association has announced
portion of the service. and the Chapel Choir. AreaChap- that Charles 'E.Lofgrerj,National
lains will participate. Ibly Thursday, 1730 Mass Secretary Emeritus < will visit
April 18, 1965 0800 -Holy Communion administered April 16, 1965 their unit on April 15.
0600 Easter Sunrise Service- according to the rite of In January 1935,when the Fleet
at NAS Hangar 117, directly west the Episcopal! Church. 1200 1300, "Stations of the Reserve Association was In its
of the Terminal.Reverend Robert 0930 Divine Worship -Chap- Cross" and Meditationon"Seven Infancy and times were trying
,
L Last Words." Lr Lofgren started work as Nation
1730 Liturgical Services & __ al Secretary with a situation

.Inlet Marina Holy Communion that was anything but prosperous

April 17, 1965 financially, $5000 In the red;
membership less than 2000. Six
AND BOATYARD
Holy Saturday months later, membership had
MERCURY SALES & SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS' 1600 1700, Confessions,King Increased 93% and assets were
Hall NATTC $5000 In the black.This
'
1900 2100, Confessions, St. recovery
due
was largely to the stewardship

Wet & Dry Storage Edwards Chapel of Secretary Lofgren.

Marine Ways April 18, 1965 This turning point placed the

U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH 0900 High Mass, St.Edwards C. E, Lofgren basis Association, and membership on a sound financial

ORANGE PARK PHONE 264.9835 | Chapel At the end of Lofgrerfs soared.
career
Mass St.Edwards
1100 ,
Ugh
In 1957, FRA membership increased -
Chapel
to 50,000 and assest
Increased to six figures.Careerbeneflcia1ltertlS.

which
EARLY SUMMER SALEOF Mr. Lofgren was Instrumental
In obtaining Included: (a) reenlistment -
MANY LAST YEAR MODELS UP TO 40% OFF bonus; (b) retentionof

commissary stores, Navy Exchanges

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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 5 j


Civilian PromotionsThe IN CEREMONIES held at Fleet .1 1
Airborne Electronics Training
Unit ''FAETUI) Friday April 9, !,
following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted R. D. Stanley, ATN2 was a-
In accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program: warded the Iron Man trophy and I
W. L Umphenour, A01 was
OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT selected as the Sailor of the
Quarter. Lt. Robert Stratford,
Robert W. De Moss Aerospace Engineer, GS-9, Same, GS-11 Nuclear Weapons Training Officer
Clarence J. Fletcher, Electronics Mechanic (Aircraft Systems) presented the two awards.ASeason .
Aircraft Examiner, (Electronics Mechanic)
Sherman Nolan, Aircraft Examiner (Radio Mechanic) Aircraft .
Examiner (Electronics Mechanic) .t I

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

Thomas E. Young, Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic, Head, Heavy '.. Opens !
Duty Equipment Mechanic ) ,/

SUPPLY DEPARTMENT SATURDAY NIGHT
,
Jennie L. Palmlsano, Supply Clerk, GS-4, Inventory Management :
Assistant, GS-5
Edith A. Reedy, Clerk-Typist, GS-3, Shipment Clerk(Typing) GS-4 $
Oden Sweat, Stockman, Bridge Crane OperatorMISCELLANEOUS POST TIME 8:00Orange :


Sammy E. Powell, Digital Computer Systems Analyst, GS-7, Comp
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Mary S. Dazzle, Clerk Stenographer, GS-3 Administration Department Parka
Same, GS4WaUace'
F. Everoskl, Stockman, Supply Department, Production
Dispatcher, Overhaul& Repair Dept.
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Doors Open At NATTC For


New Boy Scouts In Troop 131 ..4rE .-
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Are interested In This has
you physical troop a meeting
mental, and moral train.. place with necessary facilities .
ing In many skills? Would you and equipment. It serves the I I, :.". \
like to participate In hiking and United States Navy and the com- ..
camping programs community munity of Jacksonville through .
projects? various military and civic pro- i I' .
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If so, you are Invited to join grams. .t
Boy Scout Troop 131, sponsoredby Unfortunately, two things are
the Naval Air Technical TrainIng : ..1 W""
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HASSchedules Club 4Z 1L.

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at the 'Xll "O" CLUB Music this Fri-
',. day night will be providedby
Charlie Jay, with Johnny Je-
link on Saturday. Buffet on
offers Prime Ribs Beef.
Sunday
l r--- For those who like a Foreign
_
<> ,. ,, Dish stop In on Tuesdays when
'.. the specialty will be Scan- 11
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dinavian. Fried Chicken all you &
j'":', can eat every Wednesday. Dur-
ing the week, Happy Hair Is at Ii
ft 3:30, with Dinner at 6 p.m.
k
CPO CLUB The Chiefs Club
offers the music of Phil Cay's
Chantels on Friday and Sunday
oowo night, and Dud Clark onSaturday. : j
Q Don't forget that Thursday Is THE STAGE will be barren for
Pizza Night and Monday Is Game. the presentation of Medea, an
Night. Why not try the lunches adaptation of the Greek tragedy
but simple costumes will
offered every day?
be worn by the cast. Theatre-
DUCEY-TheMarkCas-
ACEY
t tie] Combo will entertain Friday in-the-Round players take time
and night,with the Sophls- off tofitamemberofthe"Chorusof
Sunday
Women.,
with cash / ,."" tl-Kats providing the music for Weeping play has been temporarily Althoughthe
Hour is from
Saturday. Happy
J"j postponed, rehearsals still
; : go
:
and Thurs-
: 4:30-6:30 on Mondays
'
at the Hospital Gator Den.
on
There are many good values to be days. If you like bingo drop in

the good hard cash to take advantage.n'w',; HIT ACN> fork Playboy Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. Sports
Household Finance provide that ., Kelly Collins, 23. \, a fans are reminded that moviesare Easter EventsSpecial

those discount prices-then spread ,.", tftrelary' froml/wi''. (:,,/. shown every Wednesday.
'I into convenient monthly payments to BLUEJACKETS INN Dancingthis events for the coming
sense?Then do what more than Miu .oilInt: it a welcome Thursday and Saturday will Easter holiday are being offered
do-every year. Borrow with amid the hoi and humid; aide. be to Carl Boyd and the Rhythm by various clubs.
with convenience at HFC- of ieicitrk.. Kings. March Wilson will pro-' The "0" Club offers a day for
vide modern tunes on Friday and the entire family to enjoy, start- I
BEAT Sunday. Every Monday patronscan ing with an Easter Sunday Brunch, !
Borrow up to $ get 2 pizzas for the priceof from 10:30-2 p.m. The Easter
Take up to 24 months ALL 1, and on Wednesday bingo"is Egg Hunt begins at 3:30 pm
PRICES featured. with a kiddie show at 4:30 p.m,
An Easier Sunday Buffet beginsat
Ask about credit life
ssssstta 5 p.m., ending at 9p.m. Danc-
on loans at group rates
YOUR EASTER ing to the music of the Danny

\ HO JjOC Ike/ gPJUJicentmtC Meyer 7:30-10:30 Orchestra p.m. will be from

AT ftf V. An Easter Dinner of Baked Ham
will be served from noon until

BERNARD'SCEDAR SEE PAGE 12 AND 10 p.m. at the CPO Club. Danc-
YOU'LL KNOW WHY! ing will be to Phil Cay and the
Chantels.The .
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I MX AIR PAGE 7

Marina O Club To Host -------- ----
MoviesMovies
Operator Flower ShowThe

NeededThe will be shown regularlyat
NAS Garden Circle will 1 p.m. Monday through Satur-
sponsor a Spring Flower Showto
day.The
NAS JAX Recreation Di.
be held at the "0" Club from Mainside theatre will stay
vision is looking for applicantsto 9:30 a.m. to 8:00: p.m. Friday, the same except for the evening Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
( supervise operation of the April 23. feature which will begin at 7:30 Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than i

Recreational boating facilities.. The theme of the show, whichis p.m. These are subject to change. Tuesday for publication the following Thursday... Ads are 4
Applicants should apply in writing to the riving too late for this deadline will be published the fol-
open public, will be
stating qualifications and "Switzerland in Flowers." Thursday, April 15 lowing week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
minimum salary required. check or order for the full cost of the ad must be
Chairman for the occasion is J. Mainside The Satin Bug money :
Write to: Rec Div Box 14, NAS
E. Ripple, Jr. Show Chairmanis George Maharls, Ann Frances received WITH the copy for the ad.
JAX. ____ __ Mrs. W. B. Allen. NATTC The Unsinkable Molly DO NOT SEND CASH
Brown Debbie Reynolds, RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). .. . . .$1.00
Harve Presnell Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.35

Hospital Flipper Chuck Conners -
iJrp sssssssss - sssssss
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Luke Halplne

Friday, April 16 FOR SALE -:3, : ,Br home, closeto FOR RENT Furnished apart-

Mainside Pleasure of His Com- NAS $50. down, $50. month. ment, Avondale, utilities, In-
pany Debbie Reynolds, Tab Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- eluded, $72.85 month. 771-
Hunter 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. 9007.

NATTC The Satin Bug-George
I Maharis, Ann Frances FURN APT 3939 Boone Park
UNFURN. APT FOR RENT -
Hospital Unsinkable Molly Ave. 4 Rm lower, conv loc,
Blandlng Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3
$50.00 mo. Phone EV 73356.
Brown Debbie
Reynolds,
Br, Kit. Equip. 3 mi. NAS
Harve Presnell $115 mo. Owner 771-8697,
2 BDR HOUSE FOR RENT un-
Saturday, April 17 furn, 1229 Plymouth Place call

Mainside The Patsy Jerry FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex SP 1-4299 after 4 P.M. Week-

Lewis Ina Balin 3-plex, 4-plex, 3 ml. NAS $115 days.
NATTC Pleasure of Hs Com- mo. Owner 771-8697.
pany Debbie Reynolds Tab Assume VA LOAN 3 BDR,
Hunter CB house, $100. down COny.
Hospital The Satin Bug-George HAVE YOU SEEN ANYTHING NAS, Cecil, Ph. SP 1-5554
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE Maharis, Ann Frances MORE ADORABLE THAN A
AND THE BEACHES MALTEST PUPPY? Give hero
Sunday, April 18 for Easter. Call 7715429. FREEZER CHEST TYPE exc.

Malnside -40 Pounds of Trouble cond, $65. price new$250.Ortega -

memWITH Tony Curtis,Suzanne Pleshette RENTALS PARTIES DANCES Hills Phone 3843949.
NATTC The Patsy Jerry
Twin Hills Civic Bldg. reasonable -
Lewis Ina Balin
,
) rates, 7714217.
FRITZ Hospital Pleasure. of His Com- : FOR RENT well furnished

PARMAN1 pany Debbie Reynolds. Tab apartment for one adult, private
1 w Ret.CPO. Hunter REAL ESTATE: Information on entrance garage,heat,hot water,
Monday, April 19 sales purchases, equities, ren- air 'conditioning. 3885 St. Johns
owner tals or FHA VA homes. Call Ave.
Malnside Two on a Guillotine Walter T.Bowen,USN Rtd. Char-
Connie Stevens, Dean Jones ter Real Estate Co. 087-6511 or
NATTC 40 Pounds of Trouble- 387-2851 at night. SINGER AUTOMATIC CONSOLE
TIRE CO Tony CUrtis,5uzannePlesrette MODEL Sewing Machine, ZIG
Harold Farm an Mayport Hospital The PatsyJerry ZAGS, blind stiches,buttonholes,
Fritz Pannan, Jr. Roosevelt
Lou Webber Normandy Lewis Ina Balin CLOSE TO NAS 3 Bdr. decorates, etc. Original price
home, nearly new range & $300. has balance of $84. or
Tuesday, April 20
refridg, newly decorated in&out, assume $8.00 per mo. payments
SPEED EQUIPMENT Malnside Sweet Bird of Youth- plus a fenced In yard for only (will take older machine as part

Paul Newman, Geraldine Page $100. down. Call ARTPOWELL payment) Phone 353-1946 A-1
COMPLETE LINE OF MM WHEELS NATTC Two on a Gullotine .. USN/RET 264-6144 POWELL Sewing Machine Co.

RACING SLICKS, CHROME PIPES Connie Stevens, Dean Jones REALTY BROKER.
Hospital 40 Pounds Trouble-
TACHOMETERS & FLOOR SHIFTS
Tony Curtis,Suzanne Pleshette FURN APT ORTEGA SECT TAPE RECORDER Tandberg
model 64. New value
21 fac river, 15 min from NAS 1 $498.00.
NO DOWN P PAYMENT Wednesday, April adult only. $25. wk Incl mil Best offer over $350.00. Must

Malnside Attila Anthony & phone 388-9886. sell, 2462195.

WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE USN Quinn, Sophia Loren ,
NATTC Sweet Bird of Yooth-
NAVY OFFICER TYPE UNIFORMS -
PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES Paul Newman, Geraldine Page ,FURN APT DOWTN Jax'- 3rms. Khaki, whites, size 38
FREEWHEEL FREE FREE Hospital Two on a Guillotine best barg [In city for couple$12.50 regul r. 246-2195 after 6 P.M.
Connie Stevens, Dean Jones wk pI utll. 388-9886.

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cleaners, sacrifice for $15. door Bel-Air, st/stk, blue/white,
750x14' Brand new, scratched in shipment R&H, new tires, excell cond, &
BLACK RECAPS 670x15'BtK has all attachments, original clean, 771-9131, CAPT KIRSCH
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JAX AIR NEWS APRIL 15, 1965

Kaastra, Mrs. William J. Miller
NWC #86 and Mrs. James Gentry initiated Scouts
Boy
.Into' the club.Delgates Seven Members of Family/ <
A Joint Committee meetingheld Mrs.Thomas J.Ben- (Continue from Page 5))
on March 31 by Navy Wives nett and Mrs. Kendall Kerns,
lacking more boys and more
Club ##86 served the Not Unusual Armed ForcesNew
to explain were elected to accompany the adults who are Interested In
different duties of committee president to the Pensacola Southeast Scouting activities. The troop
chairmen that make up the club. Regional Convention. Mrs. has 31 scouts with ratings from York (AFPS) -- When Mr. Ingvald Kjera -. one of seven
The regular business meetingtook James Bradstreet was elected as Tenderfoot to Eagle and many brothers who served in World War II -- asked the Veterans Administration -
place on April 7 at the NAS an alternate delegate.The more ratings can be accommo- (VA) for information on other large service families,
clubhouse. NWC President, Mrs. next meeting will be the dated. This Is a community pro It brought a flood of mall to his home and the VA.
Wllbert Wagner presided at the Social-Education meeting on One thing Immediately became
gram open to youngsters livingon time while others Included -
l meeting- which saw Mrs. Leslie Aoril 2L at 7:30 .am. or off the Naval Air Station apparent: seven members of one periods
those whohad served In
family In the military service was peace-
whose need not be In the
parents time. But there Instances -
not at all unusual. were many
7 f ORANGE PARK FLORIST Service.military or employed by Civil More than 90 families reported where seven had served

having seven members In the on active duty during World War
EASTER SPECIALS service. In some cases this serv- IL
More than 70 families reported
ice was spread over three war-
CORSAGES .$$750 ,' ,. >.1:. .t! }1. eight members with military
p' '" service. There were 29 families
CYMDIDIUM ORCHIDS x ; with nine members and 18 families -
ALSOEASTER r with members In the serv-

\ LILIES[ } ice.Two
; a"i families, according to
" 1708 IIIWAY 17, ORANGE PARK tw, World War II' "newspaper cUp-
, FREE DELIVERY 264-2419 yi totheVA had 11 -
, pings sent members
serving In that war--the 11
', sons, seven In the European
kr Theatre and four In the Pacific,
I y of Mrs. Frances Evans. Dyke of
Chicago and the eight sons and
Ii
MEET three daughters of Mr. and Mrs.

i I SALESMAN Calif.Leo Van Cornea of Long Beach,

,
' -.55 S' 4 However, all these families
fib Bob would seem to fall short marks
( established In this nation's
\ KingFROM F r earlier wars If the following Instances -
that have been called to
the VA's attention are correct.
.
The Rlppeto family of Cedar
1i.ltt Township, Va., had 12 sons who
.,
ft.VISltOR served In the American Revolu
-T furor enhance'Us people to people program whilein tion. Only one survived.
GORDON THOMPSON CHEVYUSED Sigonella Sicily, PATRON FIVE was host to a group of' prospec. Thirteen boys of the Cossity
live schoolteachers from the Catania Teachers Institute, Catania, family of Linn County,Mo.,serv-
CAR CENTER Sicily. ,The ,group, who ,are third year college students, became ed In the Union Army during the
interested in visiting the Squadron through the efforts of Mr. & Civil War and one died InAnder-
2600 PHILIPS HIWAY Mrs. Kenneth Beaumont. Beaumont ADRCA, and his wife became sonvllle prison.
\ acquainted with the students by living in Catania and being very The Brown family of West Virginia -
1\ EX 86418EASY conscientious about getting to know the Sicilian people. Each stu had 16 sons in the Union
dent was made an honorary member of the MAD FOX Squadron. Army, two of whom were killed.
TO REACH BY EXPRESSWAYTHIS But the "service family" of
WEEK'S GT SPECIAL PHONE large service families appearsto
0
the 7339992or be that of Jacob Brawler.
When some of his 22 sons were
OFFler 733-4431 conscripted Into the South Caro-

lina militia to fight the British,

+z .opk, asi 1',,,y* % ; y ,*+ho4 ?S 'rts1 0A ':4trt LOUNGE the father announced that they
would all go and he would accompany -
Welcomes You them. The father, 22
sons and a son-in-law left to-
f All popular 4 8 tJ gether. Only one son returned.ELViS .
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: CHURCH of CHR>SJ
I cond Virginia convention:it"5LJohn's'Eplscopal
Battle Of 5223 WESCONNETT p VD.
LcxinqtonEditors l Church tn Richmond NEAR NAS "
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( Note: April 19th, 190 tish. Captain Parker's men already Kitson. It is not Parker's likeness from"The the next North gale will that bring sweeps to our SUNDAYS: ,,:yi i i

years ago, the British met the were on duty. They had since no known paintingor ears the clash of resounding 10:00: A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP
Rebels
at Lexington in what became become suspicious earlier that drawing or the Captain survived arms I Our brethren are 11:00: A.M. WORSHIP
the first already
Revolutionary War battle, the War of the of evening when unexplalnably, a him. But the spirit of in the field! Is life so dear, 6:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICEWEDNESDAYS
group of British officers passed Parker and his men lives on.
Now the or peace so sweet, as to be
Independence. date is pur- :
through and Even In their
town Inquired after day, the patriotshad chased the
at of
observed price chains 7:30 P.M.
annually Patriots'Day.
as the MID-WEEK SERVICE
.) location of "Clarke's tav- inspired the fiery speechesof and slavery?. ,Morbid: it, Almighty
ern." Parker had sent out road Patrick Henry. On March 23, Godr' CIIURCII PHONE SP 1-5073
The British Redcoats were patrols, posted guards and retired just 27 days before the fightingat MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646
marching. Paul Revere and William the balance of the men to Lexington, Henry told the se- ,
Dawes, recruited Dr. ----
by John Buckmen's tavern, across
Joseph Warren, a leader In Bos- the-road from
Lexington's meetinghouse -
ton of the rebel group, the Sons or to their homes. NOBODY
of Liberty, had spread the alarmIn After a short rest, Revere and
their daring rides the night Dawes decided to ride
on toCon- UNDERSELLS CLAYTON
before.At cord to warn the patriots there. REVELS!!

Lexington, rebel militia Leaving Lexington, at about 1
the Minutemen were ready, not a.m.,
they were met by Dr.Sam- / 1II
so much by training as by deter- uel Prescott whom they knew to
mination. John Parker, farmer be a loyal Son of Liberty. Pre- Is s s

and mechanic, was their captain, scott had been courting Miss Mil- fW!: WITH 1' '
/ / 1
elected by the men themselves. liken of Lexington. The threesetout
It was one of the first units in for Concord but were soon l iii

New of England, formed at the urg- met by a British patroL Rev- 1 1 SOUTH :NAS ON HIGHWAY nMSLmpwQm
ing the Provincial Assembly. ere was captured. Dawes madea
Meeting in Boston earlier that dash for freedom but was stop-
month, the Assembly had just ped by a bruising fall from his
elected Samuel Adams and John horse. Prescott escaped In the
Hancock as its delegates to the darkness.The .
Continental Congress in Phila- British threatened Revere. :
delphia. He told them: "500 militiamen
The previous Sunday afternoon are waiting In Lexington." Actually w *
Revere had visited Adams and their number was only 77.
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them the British apparentlywere and several farmers whohad
preparing to march. On been caught on the Lexington- ED
his return to Boston, Revere met Concord road that night,were released CHRYSLER QUADTVI
In Charleston with William Con- and the British set off
ant, a prominent citizen and Son cross-country to Intercept the
of Liberty, and they agreed: Redcoat columns marching on the
"That if the British went out by town.
water we would show two lan- Few men had slept that nightin
terns in the NorthChurchsteeple the farms near, Lexington. The
and if by land, one was a sig- faint tolling of the Lexington
naL" v meetinghouse bell sounded omin- : 0
Conant would see that the sign- ously across the countryside.
nal was set. Revere would No one knows who fired that
ride by way of Medford, on the first shot. A Redcoat under Col-
main road, and Dawes would takea onel Smith and Major Pitcairn
more westerly route, cross- of the Royal Marines? Their
Ing the Charles River upstream to orders, Pitcairn later recorded,
alert the countryside en route to were simply to "disarm the rebels -
Lexington.At and order them disperse."
about 9 or 10 p.m., April Or was It, as some later 0
18 at least seven hours before claimed, one of the onlookers?
the fighting In Lexington Nevertheless, the shot was fired.
The first blood In the for ,
would begin 800 British fight
troops embarked from shipsin independence was shed that day. t
Boston Harbor and landed at In the fighting at Lexington and
Lechmere Point. Revere and Concord that day, the Rebel cas-
Dawes began their famous rides. ualties were 49 killed, 36wounded. .', ''_ i i
Revere later wrote: "I went The British suffered 73 killed -
through Medford, over the bridge, 174 wounded. Among the t
and up to Menotomy. In Med- Colonial militia companies, the
ford I awakened the captain of Lexington patriots were the hard- I 1 w.
the M 'I1temen. After that I est hit, with 10 dead and 10

alarmed almost every house 'til wounded ;
I got to Lexington." Cap ein t Parker died six months A
After 12 hours of hard riding after the fighting at age 46. But ,
Revere pulled up In front of the, at the Lexington common,he still 't.
Rev. Clarke's house, a half hour stands guard, Immortalized since:
0
before Dawes arrived and still 1900 In a bronze statue by Bos-
hours ahead of the advancing Bri ton sculptor Henry Hudson -


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IM Bowling leagues are as

l Called In 5th Inning follows: American

) In other played aroundtie Cloak& Dagger 21-7
The first softball games of the games
22 1/2 9 1/2
VW4hada Eagles
ONE MORE Copt. H. F. Mc- season started with a roar Mon- base Monday night
Cue. CO FICEUR. scores for day as four out of the five games field day at Enterprise Fieldas AEWRON"A" 22-10
. ended in the fifth they run the score against Doctors 16-8
; RCEUR daring their game with SAFE R. M. Daniels. Admin played inning up 21-11
-
Admin Monday April 12 at under the 10-run rule which FAETU to 26-0. G. Hampton Neptunes
. slides lately into third during
' Saratoga,, while K. W. Sholer.awaits th..AdfpJn;,FIC l.f gorpftMonday ; States that the game is called boosted the morale of VW-4 by National
: throw from center,field,* jrve.i whilCh'u 4 Austin automatically if a team is lead- belting two home runs. B.Chapawas
g. 22-6
tries in vain for the out. ing by 10 runs in the fifth inn- the winning pitcher for: CPO'S 22-6
Five Sharps
Daniels took his chances for VW4.At
ing.The
If yea look lie year passport third after safe steal to second game at Saratoga Field, Albermarle Field AFES Air Frames 21-11
t photo c yon arcsf veil enough between FICEUR and Admin got scooted by Dispensary with a AOMD #1 21-11
we not be the first to
nuy AEWRON "B" 18-10
closed
travel off to a slow start than started 6-4 score. VP-30 out
. Ch2thun Blaakcwrr load OQ the moon, picking up tempo as FICEUR took their game with Weapons at En- ContinentalOwl
, la of scientific strides
spite Field In the fifth Inn-
advantage of Admin errors and terprise
s we've made; won the game with a 12-2 score.R. Ing with a score of 10-0. Also Hoots 24-8
When In deep war. a greatdealdependsankocpingthemonth Bat this rd like to bet; if we A. McKinny was on the called In the fifth Inning at York- Torch Pots 24-8
get there late or soon.wen mound for FICEUR and allowed town Field was the Marines vs. Spoilers 21-7
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shut. Admin five hits. The )loosing VAP-62 game
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HOMES StandingsThe BowlingBarb dLN

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Softball : i
/.\" Golf :
ScheduleThe Say Service Baseball EditorsArmed The results In the IM Golf ,
gue for the past week are( Ball" 18-hole golf
Softball schedule for the follows: sponsored by the Of-

following week is as follows: Forces sports editors 245 of them predicted the New Tuesday, April 6 Golf Association
York Yankees and the St. Louis Cardinals will repeat as World I Sunday, April 11 at Jax.
Thursday, April 15 Series combatants this fall. Then again, maybe they are not so A/C Malnt. VP-30 "A" 63'O'
5 p.m. Albermarle Field sure IThe I Admin. FAW-11"A"
results of the second FAETU VP-7 tournament resulted In
NAMTG vs. Hosp. annual Armed Forces Press ServiceBaseball
5 p.m. Yorktown Field Poll, aimed at findingout FltWeaFac Hosp. "A" tie for first, second,
place. Mr. and Mrs.
how
VP-45 vs. ComFairJax military "experts" pick Thursday, April 8 and Mr. and Mrs.
the 20 major Hie GolfCorner"
5 p.m. Saratoga Field league teams to
NARTU vs. A/C Maint. finish this season, named the 679th Supply along with Mr.
5 Enterprise Field Yanks to win the American Sky Warriors NARTU B. B. Morris and Mr.
p.m.
Supply vs. MARTD League pennant and the Cards to Air Ops-FAW-ll"B" E. J. Mills tied for

7 p.m. Enterprise Field take the National flag, but only Good golf weather brought out VP-30 "B" Ibsp. "B" .
679th vs. Q&R by narrow margins.The most of the local golfers as attested 1
19 voting for would-be first by the heavy play throughout -
Monday, April
division clubs in both leagues was this past weekend. BIG TOP MOTORS
5 p.m. Albermarle Field so close that it seemed to underscore First and second round
Admin vs. DIsp. what just about every- matches have been completed In
5 p.m. Yorktown Field. one has been saying about the the Women's Golf Championship.
FAETU vs. Comm. upcoming season. To wit, both Semi-finals and finals are slated
leagues show their best overall for and of this
5 p.m. Saratoga Field Tuesday Thursday
VP-30 vs. AFES balance In years. week. CEDAR HILLS li

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FAETU vs. VAP-62 See Our Courteous ,
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VP-30 vs. DIsp. NATIONAL Cards BUD TERRY
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Weapons vs. Comm. Pirates, Cubs, Astros and Mets. Sweeny on the par five twelfthas AND PHONE
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VW-4 vs. AFES poll Include the choice of the Redsto Newcomer Brad Bradley drop M. YOUNG BILL SIEMERUsed 771-2320
I I 7 p.m. Enterprise Fir.ld- finish fifth in the National ped a four foot putt for an eagle Car Mgr.
FICEUR vs. Marines League, and the White Sox to end three on the par five seventeenth
up third in the American.Last which won the "rabbit" for him
year Cincinnati tied the and his partners Al Miller, Ray
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