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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by,the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an of fl cl al expression of any .
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., 25 HO. 17 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY; 20, 1967

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June Bond/ Safes' :


A. AR Payroll deductions for Series H. Young, officer in charge of '
E and H Savings Bonds jumpedby Navy Finance,' and "at no other .
}! over $1,000 In June according time of the year has there been .
'" ;: % to.statistics supplied:l by the,Navy such an .increase in savings,bonds
rt. j4 Finance Office here. allotments.*
Sales of Freedom Shares increased The increase here Is pan ofa
t. { JL over $2,000. $92 million jump in public
', < "I'm sure the increase in the holdings of bonds and $1.5 million .
" .L j1 amount of bonds and Freedom in Freedom Shares. ;.
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Shares purchased were there- Freedom Shares became
f' \ suit of the recent savings bond available for purchase May 1,
::4 campaign," explained LGdr. G. and are available only to ,those
. who participate in the various
CommitteeTo payroll savings plans One Free-
[ dom Share may be bought in
t. combination with one Series E
Savings Bond of equal or greater
,I 4: i Select value.

John T. McNaughtoa, whowas
1 to become the Secretary of the
a G z 3r Top Wave Navy August L- was among: 81
passengers killed yesterday afternoon -
e'Y The air station is going to ,after a Piedmont Airlines
select a Wave of the Year during plane collided in air with a prince -
l celebrations here and around the : plane and crashed near Hendersonvffle -

world, marking the 25th anniversary N.C
l of the Waves as pan The 45-year-old McNaughtoa
ftt of the Navy. his wife Sarah and llveiroldson
i Department heads are asked to Ted were aboard the plane

t NEW,PHONE,BOOKS -- Copt. Morf/n J. Stacie, CO HAS Jax, receives copy: of,the 1967 station/ submit nominees' names to Lt. ,'according McNaughton to airline bad been officials..

t It.' telephone directory! from Cap/. L,..W...Graves, public(/ works officer (right/ ). Booking. Is James Elizabeth officer Smith, by, July military 27. personnel .. u assistant secretary Defean serving
B. telephone branch
Vaughn, manager*.
,; The?,selection committee ,will,
be headed ,by ,Lieutenant' Smith I

w Defense Approves; ;More' Crows: M, arid comprised of Ens.. Gloria' a
; .;Amatrudi,1;i'SKC.B MikeselC. .
r and SN Darlene,Emke.: .
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Theannouncement the'
: station's top Wave for.1967,will
j" For E-5 E-6 from AuguSIT'eslst be made at, the Bluejackets Inn
July.31, as local Waves celebrate
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their silver anniversary. kt
t If you're hoping to sew a new The Chief of Naval Personnel officers, and leading petty officers ,Department heads have been
crow on your sleeve before the is continuing effons to obtain are asked to give,,instructional given the following guidelines
I year's;: ended, your chances are Increased petty officer authorizations assistance in their specialized in nominating Waves for the
better than ever according to all of approved require- fields Whenever possible. yearly;,honor. She must''' presenta
I Indications from the Bureau ,of ments and maintenance of quality The exam for third class will neat attractive appearance;'
Naval Personnel according to the notice from. be given ,August 1 for seamen show pride in uniform self and +
.. The Chief of"Naval Operations the Navy's top admiral.An going up for third class leaving country; have leadership abilities :JOHN T. AfeMAUGHTON
(CNO) has notified major Navy earlier Bureau Personnel 12 more nights of studying for ; possess poise and maturity;' for International Affairs
. commands, that the Office of the 'notice had outlined the E 6, the prospective new petty of- be cooperative, and be motivated since hlsnoroinationbyPresidait Security
of Defense has and E 7 chances ficers. I
Secretary approved promotion as toward outstanding performanceof Johnson In March 196L
t.' additionaIpettyofficerauthor- "constrained", due ,to the lack of The exam for second class ube military duties.Eleven Educator -
attorney newspaper
: izations. vacancies.The given two days later August
f,, on Jax Waves departed the editor and columnist, Mc
X The defense action boosted the new CNO announcement Indicates ,,3 for E-5 candidates,followed by station Tuesday for San Diego, Naughton had served a as .
.' fiscal year 68 authorization for that promotion chancesto tests on August 6 for first class Calif., where they will attend deputy assistant Secretary year of Defense -
E 5 and E ,- 6 by adding 9,598 first class of the August exam nominees and August 10 for the Navy wide Waves Anniversary for Arms Control when he
S crows to be divided between the will be brighter than predicted chief petty officer hopefuls. celebration. The San was appointed General Counsel
It' two pay grades. by the bureau in, its May Station personnel office records ,Diego festivitieswlll start'today of die ,Department of Defense
t The announcement, which arrived notice. '. indicate that many person- and end Sunday., on July 1 '1962.
': : here via*message from Over 530 sailors and Waves nel are not being allowed to par- ,Waves from every ,pan 'of the As JaxAirNews* went to press
l Commander Naval Air Force will be taking the upcoming nests ticipate in the upcoming exams country' will be in San Diego for last evening flags aboard the station
t U. S. Atlantic Fleet, directed all aboard the air station according because they failed to pass the the celebration. Parties, meetings ,were being flown at half- -
, commands to encourage and to figures compiled by the Edu- required typing tests as outlined: l ,and reunions are planned in eta fL
t? assist the Navy's enlisted'personnel cational Services Office. in qualifications directives. some of the major hotels. -
to prepare for the Aug- Nine will be taking the E 4 ..
ust tests. exam under recent waivers outlined -...... ...,'"''''.... c&__, L .... I.lInI'A! ,"" " '" ."Particular attention should by the personnel }bureau.
., be given to nomination of ex; An additional 25 third class petty -
.' ceptionally we_ qualified men under officers will be trying for
effective time rate waiver .second class: under the waiver
,l. :-', provisions," the message program, according to statistics ( W b
stated., complied by the Educational, r ( lf
I.; It also said that personnel who vices- Office. \
.. were listed as "exceptionallywell The waivers allow "especially
:., .. ; ', qualifed" and recommended well qualified and deserving personnel -
t:" ': for the February exam, performed of all ratings and apprenticeships' -
,In an out-stading manner. { to take the pro-
motion earlier than their
tests
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J shipmates by cutting down time in
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pay grade requirements. 'dIF 4f 4)) ,
.. 'A Ens. Glorida Amatrudieduca
"..', '\. I . .Page' 2 tional services officer, has pre-
'; sented two classes to personnel I y
'1... 'NA TTC.o'\ . .-.Page 4 stationed here, helping them to
j. : ..'':' tdV, prepare for the upcoming tests. )
Her subject: Included objective
: CIVIL, SERVICE.. Page 5'FEATURE.
:. ), .' exams, the type given to Navy ADVANCED .. nineteen Jox personnel were promoted this week off the February tests. They :

.' .,.,...'-. Page 6, 7 ment.personnel going up for advance- are from 'left: ADR3 D. R. Dolbee, ADJ3 J. L. Schorn, PR E. J. Rletbrock, ETH3 P. D. Hick-/ '

':. .' ,r ';' ', ', Miss Amatrudi said that Individual en, ETR2 R. D. Wright/ AZ3 K. M. Paul, ADT3 D. 0. Gambill, DTI' F. H. Cross, SK2 E. J. \

", '.MOVIES..< ?,, ;.>-*,,::'>ag e 9 squadrons:: and units are Holme, TD3 T. S Bond, ADJ3 J. P. Platt DT3 F. M. Beaver, DT3 R. W. Coff/e, DT2,J. T. I 0 ,.
i now conducting classes for test, Howell//, AMS3 E. W. Daradent PR3 R. C, Folke, ,A03 T, L. Shreiner, ABH3 J. A. Kirkland and
WANT. ADVr'.P! : : 'fl 9 candidates In addition, division ACI T. C. ,Edwards. \

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Don't Take that Trip -Medical Benefits Costs

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By Ed Sowa Demand Precise Payment

Normally, personal initiative and private experimentation are V1> t
*r* Patients will be reimbursed
admired in an individual as a sign of that Individual's desire to ROMAN CATHOLIC When-appiyingfor medical ser-
f r ? should be aware for overpayments. When a pat-
: ffces/the3paient:
improve or advance himself. There are, however, certain exceptions f
St. Edward's Chopet theJcosts' and the portionof ient makes a payment which, together -
to this rule The following editorial is concerned with this
exception. these costs that he must pay. with previous paymentsIf
SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m. exceeds his share of
Under Public Law 89 614, any. the
Today, we are living in an era where the fashion is to be an
and 11 a.m.DAILY Health and Medical cost, he should file a claim
the Civilian
individual conformist but the
-- a non more so, "thing to do"is
MASS - 11:45 a.m. Services for reimbursement 6n DA Form
Uniformed
to express yourself, not fust verbally, but completely.This Program for
is where the problem begins. In order to completely SATURDAY MASS -- 9:00 a.m. there is no cost for out- 1863 -1 or 1863 2.
express oneself, it seems natural that one must completely !know, CONFESSIONS - Saturday patient care in uniformed facilities Receipted bills should. be oh-
understand and be aware of oneself. This self knowledge is not 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.7-7:30" p.m. while for hospitalizationthe tamed for'all payments: Including
done reflectively that would be considered "old fashioned" cost is $1.75 day for dependents prescription drugs, and
or even prehistoric. This modern world demands modern means. U.S. Naval Hospital/ subsistence for retired should show the name of the
What are these "modern means?" Drugs. What is the modern officers and warrant officers,and patient and the date.
form of personal introspection? A Trip. no charge for retired members.For Fiscal Year Basis
SUNDAY.MASS - 8 a.m.
Today, it seems that the fad is to take LSD (Lysergic Acid active duty dependents
DiethylamldeTartrate) and plunge into a never never land of subsistence for retired officersand For outpatient care, once the,
awareness which in most cases results in total oblivion and dang- PROTESTANTAll warrant officers, and no annual deductible( $50. for an
erous resulting aftermaths.The charge for retired members.For Individual! $100' family deductible -
question arises, how does this situation( pertain to those of Saints Chapel active duty dependents ) has been met an Annual
us who are In the armed services? Specifically applying to :naval the cost In civilian facilities for Deductible Certificate will be
personnel, BUPERSNOTE 6710, June 13, 1967 refers to a recent DIVINE SERVICE 10a.m. hospitalization is the first $25 furnished. Each patient must
,change in Article 1270, U. S. Navy .Regulations, which prohibits, SUNDAY SCHOOL -'-9 a.m. or $1.75 a day, whichever is show this certificate to the sourceof
EXCEPT FOR AUTHORIZED MEDICAL PURPOSES introduction, Chapel Annex Bldg. 722CHURCH greater. This applies to inpat- care when seeking further out-
possession or use of depressant or stimulant drugs on board any SCHOOL - 9 a.m. ient care including physician.For patient servicee during that fiscal -- \
ship, craft or aircraft of the Department of the Navy, or within any Chapel Center Bldg. 751 outpatient care, the dependent year.
naval station or other place under the Jurisdiction of the Depart WEDNESDAYChoir pays the first $50 the deductible The certificate proves that the
ment of the Navy Rehersal - 7 p.m. -- for outpatient care deductible for the patient has been
The article further prohibits the possession or use of depressantor THURSDAY including prescription; drugs -- paid, and that for the rest of the
stimulant drugs by persons in the naval service and defines Young Adult Group 7 p.m. each fiscal year, plus 20 per fiscal year' the patient has to only
the terms "depressant or stimulant drug." The list of the prohibited Christian Science Service8 cent of the charges in excessof pay his percentage((20 per cent or
drugs is long and inclusive, and LSD is included among these pro- . p.m. $50. 25 per cent) of the charges.A I
hibited drugs. ,SECOND MOND ;i Each Month However, a family of two or family will obtain either one \
Our military responsibilities do not end with our leaving the Chapel Women's Guild more pays the maximum of $100 or two Annual Deductible Cer-
station or ship; our responsibilities follow us everywhere. Thus, 930am. deductible each fiscal year, plus tificates during the course of a
according to the above mentioned BUPER OTE, "It must be made (Chapel Center) 20 per cent of the charges in fiscal year, depending on the
clear to all hands that the self administered, unprescribed use excess of $100.Retirees circumstances.
of LSD and related drugs is dangerous, is utterly inconsistentwith their dependents,and To obtain this certificate for
the military responsibilities of every person in the naval U.S. Naval Hospital dependents of deceased memberspay outpatient care fill out a claim
service, and is grounds for disciplinary action, cancellation of 25 percent of the charges for form provided by the source of
security clearance held, and separation under other than honorable SUNDAY SERVICE10 a.jn. inpatient care, while for outpatient care ( DA Form 1863 1 or
conditions." care they pay the deduc- 1863 2)). Send this form with
The popularity of LSD is chiefly among younger"people based on TrafficViolations tible plus 25 percent. However, receipted bills attached, eitherto
the belief that it will "expand the mind: Thrills are associatedwith a family or more than two paysa the Government's State fiscal
the taking of the drug' together with the so called advantagethat maximum of $100 deductible agent, or to the Executive Dir-
the drug is non addictive. BUT there are disadvantageswhich each fiscal year plus 25 percentof ector of the Civilian Health and
far outweigh any possible advantages of the drug. Perhapsthe The following IS' a report of the charges in excess of Medical Program of the Uniformed -
most' crucial fact is that although the initial effect of the drug motor vehicle accidents and traf- $100. Services, or to the overseas
only lasts from one to twelve ,hours symptomsmay recur for as fic violations for the period July Outpatient Care ExceptionsWhen commander.
long as two years' after the initial dosage. The problem is further 11 17. outpatient care is directly -
complicated by the fact that: the recurring aftermath cannot be Number:> of Accidents related to hospitalization it Annual Deductable/ Certificate
controlled as to when it will occur. It may strike at a time when This Week - --5 is considered inpatient care in As proof of eligibility for me-
we must be completely alert and in full possession of our facilities. Total Accidents this year throughNumber computing the patient's shareof dical care from both 'civilian and : .
In other words, LSD is dangerous and BAD NEWS. '.; - 198 the charges for the following: uniformed services .sources, a
There are documented cases where suicide attempts, suidicides, of Accidents jhrough July Pregnancy. All care-when patient must present a valid Uniformed .
homicides and other such actions have been, committed during the 1966 - - 210 a-maternity,- patient is hospitalized .' Service identificationcard.
LSD experience.In Total number of days since last for the proper managementof This is the only proof
the final analysis the TRIP that can be taken under the Influenceof injury in a motor vehicle acci- the pregnancy. needed ( except for the handicapped -
LSD and other related drugs is expensive. The cost of the trip Number Violations Surgery. Care received ). ,
, could be your life or the life of someone else. If you desire'to This Week - ... -23 within 30 days before and 120 The identification card for dependents -
take one of the so called trips to that never, never land promised Speeding ----------4 days after hospitalization including Is DD Form 1173, Uniformed
under LSD, make it ,instead a trip to a never, never to take Reckless DrivingNone (a) services required of a ,Services Identificationand
land. If you want to obtain a fuller awareness of life try living Going through Stop Sign -3 physician and (b) diagnostic tests Privilege Card; for re -
naturally it's old fashioned but it's safe and it just may work. Other Violations16 and! procedures performed bythe tirees it is DD Form 2 ( retired -
Twenty two drivers appeared attending physician or other pro- ), Identification Card,Arm-
Navy Issues Warning before. the Traffic Hearing fessional person. ed Forces of the United States.
Board at the meeting held on Bodily Injury. All servicesand Cards are not issued to child-
Tuesday. Disposition of the cases supplies provided for treat- ren under 10 years; they usea
On
Psychedelic Drugs included the following: 8 ment within' 30 days before and parent's card.
lost driving and parking privi- 120 after hospitalization. New identification cards show-
Cherry Point N. C. (NAVNEWS) A young child under the influenceof leges aboard station for various Applications for Costs Ing eligibility for civilian care
LSD told his mother "I have to watch my thoughts, I might think periods; 2 were assigned to com are needed by following:
myself dead." A, woman, after taking the same drug, was"In sucha plete an eight hour course in When applying for medical ser- Dependents 'of all retirees
state of fearlessness that she stood in front of an oncoming train remedial-driving at NATTC; One vices from civilian physicians or ( spouses and children). '
trying to stop it. She was killed instantly. received a.suspension: ; 6 were facilities, patients should make Dependents of deceased
Drugs and the dangers they entail, are pan of a tragic trend given warnings 2 were dismissed sure that they will be accepted members who died on active dutyor
seizing the entire world. It has become one of the major health 4 were fined (U. S. Commissioner under civilian Health and Medical in retirement.
and social problems of our time. ); and 4 referred to com- Program of the Uniformed Retired reservists whose .
With repeated regularity drugs ranging from barbituates and manding officers for possible Services.The cards show "No Medicare."
amphetamines to LSD and marijuana are being used to solve life's disciplinary action. patient pays his shareof It should be .noted that active
pr lems. Trying to buffer or hide from the problems of normal Twenty two drivers were assessed the charges directly to the duty dependents! and other retir
. living is bad enough; inject this" attitude into a military environmentand 36 traffic points. source of care -- civilian physician ees under 65 do not need new
it becomes intolerable. hospital, outpatient facility identification cards.Retirees age
If mllitarymen became involved with drugs they could of course, > or, for prescription.drugs, 65 or older who are eligible for
have a cancerous effect within their units by inducing other militarymen > ) the pharmacy. civilian care under the Social
to participate! in this illegitimate "traffic." The source of the care collects Security Medicare Program'are
As a result the Navy Department is initiating a strenuous cam- the remainder from the not eligible for civilian care und. -
paign to both instruct personnel on the dangers of drugs, and! to government. er the Services Health Program:
punish drug abusers. It is already considered cause for undesirable
separation of enlisted personnel from the services. br
Traffic in "hard stuff", such as heroin and other narcotics, has
been overshadowed recently by the peddling depressant and stimu- JAX AIJR
lating drugs such as LSD and some tranquilizers.The Food and Drug
Administration In 1965 estimated that over 9 billion barbituate
and amphetamine capsules and tablets are manufactured annually in The J AX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise News
the U. S. and that about half of them are sold illegally. paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval

Barbituates produce symptoms similar to alcholic intoxication, ., ...... 0 I Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Pub
when not used for medical purposes. Persons even mildly under f: ..><. 8 ,, lishing Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted -
the effects: of barbituates must be considered a hazard to their \for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded
companions and others whether they are situated in combat environment AMY VA9 WANTED ME TO K A SURGEON
or driving on a highway.LSD *UT MY W&$ WEft TOO SUAJCy J- to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, HAS Jacks n-
is viewed by some quarters as a new and startlingly menacing vllle by 10:00: noorr on Monday before publication
stigma for mankind. The effects of LSD are spectacular, but News Items are welcomed from all sources Tele-
soon deadly colors swirl fixed objects seem to move, flowers change The Pentagon is the world's largest phone 772 3118 or 3119. ,
shape, time. perception is distorted, and music has scent. office building Its populationis Advertisements are solicited by the publisherand

T Considering the risk involved by the illegal consumption of drugs Parking 29,000 space, 60 ,per 67 cent acres civilian.* can queries concerning such should be directed to:
;, It's little wonder that federal and local agencies are striving to contain hold 10,000 cars. It has a switchboard The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
and eliminate it. In whatever form the victim takes drugs, when console with over 190,000 Jacksonville. Florida 32210 Telephone 388 2755
he holds it before him, he literally takes his life in his hands. calls per day 0\'er2, .OOO phones.
Needless to say possession or use of any of these drugs is.a It has 4,200 clocks, 685 water VOL. 25 NO. 17 JULY 20, 1967
violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice for a serviceman and fountains, 1,900 toilets and 280
a violation of civil laws,federal and/or state in the case of a civilian. restrooms.


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.- Salutes VFP-62 -

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A certain mail order photo- During the raid, Lt. Green and
,printing firm advertises itselfas the other craft were attacked bya .
the fastest commercial print second SAM. ; ,
.shop. In the world. Maybe so, For the second time that day,
but they are outdone in sheer Lt. Green went down on dec
speed by the Navy picture-takers and photographed the site. Inspite
of Light Photographic Squadron of heavy damage to his aircraft,
62. he returned safely to the carrier
Imagine camera equipment with pin point shots !In the q.f it7G
which travels at 1000 mph, and camera. ,, <
takes 3600 exposures on one load. On another occasion Lt. Green oth p '
The present VFP-62 aircraft,the successfully returned aboard the
RF8G Crusader, carries six carrier after a major portion of
cameras, each of which is a the wing of his Crusader had '
tri-cam capable of making 600 been shot away.In .
pictures on 250 feet of film. distinguished career, c
The rate of film exposure Is VFP-62 has flown a variety of A
determined by a computer according aircraft beginning in 1949 with r rev
to the speed and alti- the Bearcat, a standard fighter .
tude of the aircraft or a scanner with a camera attached to the
which trips the camera when the fuselage. Next came the Corsairand ..
terrain changes. Sharp pictures Banshee, but they were soon
can be obtained aircraft speedsin replaced by the faster Cougars.
excess of Mach. 1.1. Presently on board is the RF8G

exposure The pilot from can also information change the fed Crusader.The Squadrbn. as a whole boasts Light Photographic Squadron 62 aircraft: Topeft/ the "Bearcat" of 1949, center top to hot -

from a light monitor near the a long list of honors. One of the tom the Cougar, Banshee, and Crusader. Bottom right/ : the aircraft presently In use, a modified
second camera station. most interesting is a Navy Unit Crusader .
VFP-62 is one of the only Commendation received in .-. -, r
two such squadrons in the entire peacetime from President JohnF. '; CAREER OPPORTUNITIESFOR ,
Navy. It was authorized in 1948 Kennedy. It resulted from a QUALIFIED COLLEGE GRADUATESWITH
and it's mission was "To train mission flown over Cuba which
and maintain the readiness of showed plainly the missile sftes, .1", :<:.n.. DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP ABILITY
units for carrier based photographic located there.It .
reconnalsance: of designated was the first Unit Commen- Career opportunities In line management,
targets in Areas of Naval dation ever awarded peacetime
staff technical
Operations." and the first ever personally per- or positionsin
This, in short, means "get sented by a president of the United the Home Office of a major insurance company
that picture, friend." States. President Kennedy kepta
The "Fightin' Photos" have copy of the Cuba recon I photoin Starting salary for Bachelor's Degree-47514 per year,
seen action around the world his outer office.In higher for Master's Degree
and have operated from the decksof a letter to the squadron
22 carriers. The most recent he said,that the action "contri- Also excellent opportunities in Group Insurance Sales & Service
combat operation was in Vietnam buted directly to the security of
this year, and a number of the United States in the most For more information,
"Photos" received combat important and significant way." t taM,..Lavtry or Mr. Weaver
decorations. Outstanding among VFP 62 is presently commanded 398-8711, Personnel Dept., 8:30.: 4:30, Mon. thru Fri.
those honored was Lt. N.R. by Cdr. Norman L.
Green.Lt. Youngblood, a 21-year Navy vet An
Equal Opportunity Employer
Green was the target ofa eran. His first tour of duty Lt. Green's badly damagedaircraft
SAM while flying a reconnai- was served aboard the USS Essex In which he returnedsafely
sance mission from the Roose during the Korean Conflict. He to the canter Saratoga
velt. He successfully avoided the has. also .served as. a jet flight .0' s.
'k. missile and pin pointed the instructor,",as ,officer in large
,p launch site. Returning to the of VFP-62 Dets 33 and 44, and : 1H5
carrier he had his pictures developed as Force Photographic Officerof IlIh ..
I'\, and then led an attack squadron Commander Naval Air Force, : S
to destroy the missile site. Pacific Fleet.
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The Naval ReserveOmaha By TOM R. er .

RAdm. Ernest E. Christensen
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( Neb.. NavNews) Two made by Dick Morse and Bill as chief of Naval Air Technical
'"characters were enlisted into Perry, of Orlando, Florida, authors Training, arrived here Monday
the Naval Reserve Mol'dayeven- of the nationally syndicated afternoon for a day's orientationvisit

ing, July 10th, and although they comic strip.Enlistment. e at NATTC. Before leaving
'11 be put through the paces of Tuesday afternoon, Admiral
any ordinary Seaman Recruit, of the two characters Qiristensen toured all schools,
their enlistment will not be reflected has been given official Navy various hangars, King Hall, cer-
on the Navy's official re- Department approval.welcoming tain barracks, and the medicaland
cords. Chipper, a third generation dental facilities aboard the

Chipper Wallet of the"Gaso- member of the "Gasoline Alley" command.The .....*..
Wallet Family into the Naval Reserve -
and his
line Alley comic strip
commanding officer at
Capt. D. W. Davis,
pal Stubbs Stebbins, have met
Ji. USNR, Commander Naval Reserve NATTC, Capt. R.P. Kline pre-
mental
the physical and qualifi-
for initial Training Command, said, sented advancement certificates
cations required en-
in the Naval Reserve. "Since this comic strip has to NATTC personnel Monday in
listment
always reflected the traditional the Court Room, Building 500.
Although the two claim tohave
of life The 14 men who were advancedare
decision their American way it Is considered -
made the on own
highly beneficial to the : HM2 Steven E. Bavers
grandfather Walt, ori-
Chippers
ginal character in the strip and Navy that Chipper should select AE2 Gary E. Byars, AE3 John
Gallinari., AE2 Matt W.Garrison -
former have the Naval Reserve to fulfill his
R a influenced the Navyrran-may decision.Clipper's obligation." i/ AE2 James M. Hobbs, AE3
Thomas G. Howard,DTG3 Joseph
father Skeezix Wallet -
[ C. Kiser, DTG3 Steven L.Koenig,
served in the Army during The commanding officer of the
f World War-II. U. S. Reserve Training Center AE2 William L. Morgan, AE1
) Actually the decisions to have Orlando, presently Cdr. Lome J. Franklin L. Newman A03 LarryW.
\ Besse, USNR will tech Nichols', AO3 Ronald R.PreU-
the young' men :fulfill their military serve as
obligations through "ser- nical advisor to the strip's ar- witz, HM2 Paul J. Rhodenizer,
RAJn Ernest E. ChrIstensen
and DTG3 Charles G. Weaver.
vice" In the Naval Reserve was tists.
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The "Naval Air Systems
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Articles written in an inter-
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forwarded to the magazine!

by The August editor 15. stated heavy tech-

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Author by lines will be given

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rows from a third party, suchas
a bank, credit union or loan
company. The lending Institution
requires a co signer. That Is
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your get away
find his friend can't
1. ____ {'f}" ';<>ti\\x; cost of normal [fet coach fares; from the dull vacation.Plan it now. pay or may can't be located. Now he

50% discount on standby fares; Typical Savings: Regular Special has lost a friend and his money

{ < ?>{ and 50%, off regular I day coach From To On Fart*Way Military Far OQ.

fares on all emergency leaves. Pentagon Miami Ml.20 $40.85
''i+ New York Atlanta $49.65 $33.15 ell (1c2
Eastern also offers discounts on SOP Antonio New York $95.00 $63.35

On next leave take advan special Excursion Fares and Family (Round trip reservations may be made In -. an (:}ltanIfJ
your advance. Special (fares are valid ,from
I 1 Plan Fares, noon
tage of Eastern's new Military Monday to noon Friday; and midnight Fri ( CJ)

Leave Reservations Fares. They'll You can charge ill! With Eastern's day to noon Sunday. Fire* not In effect( on ; as
the
following dotes November
: 22, 26
be in effect May 20th and apply Charge-A-Trip*' you can pay as December 15, 16, 20, 21, 22; January 1 1,2.; Ylsan

when you're traveling at your own little as $10,00 a month. You can 3Ml fares plus tax) Juan of NiM/dc

expense, in uniform, with leave charge air fare, hotels, meals, Phone 384 4406

orders. sightseeing, almost everythingl) e EASTERNWe .. 1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms
Garden
Type Apartments
See Eastern
Leave Reservations Fares or your Travel Agent with Country Club .

assure you positive space at V6 the for details. We want everyone to fly. .I Kitchens Atmosphere equipped with| G-E

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", Civilian' Merit Openings Listed: .j

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Director I -t k The merit promotion opportunities July 27.. 1 : :
listed below are MPB ,No. 120-67 Cash Clerk.,
currently open for receipt of GS-4 Area of consideration. -'
Visits lax applications. The area of con- Navy Commissary Stores,
sideration and closing date of Brunswick Ga.. Albany Ga.,
each bulletin is as shown. Jax..NAS,NARFNARTU,COM
Director of Civilian Man y VT MPB No. 72-67 Plan D FAIRJAX Navy Commissary
power Management for the Department t 4 y 1n Grade levels GS-4 and below. Stores? lax.. Fla. Applications '
of the Navy. Robert H. Area of consideration NAS, will be accepted through
Willey Is scheduled to visit commands NARF NARTU, COMFAIRJAX the close of business July 26.
here Monday to review Navy Commissary Stores Jack- MPB,,,No. 121-67 Transpor-
civilian personnel programs sonville. Applications will be tation Loss & Damage Claims
working conditions and opera- accepted at any time. A separate Examiner GS-7. Area of con-
tions. application form 57 must siderationNAS.NARF.NARTU
His visit here will begin witha .aRALPH be filed for eachpositioninwhichinterested. COMFAIRJAX Navy' Commissary
10 a.m. briefing with Capt.P. Stores, Jax. Applications .
K. Blesh. chief of staff COM- MPB No. 79-67 Plan C All will be accepted through the closeof
FA>RTAX, to discuss and receive semi-skilled positions Pay Level business July 20.
recommendations concerning the 7 and below. Area of con- MPB No. 122-67 Financial
working conditions and opera- siderationNAS.NARF.NARTU, Systems Analyst GS-11. Area
tions of civilian personnel. COMFAIRJAX Navy Commissary of consideration NAS,NARF,
Later in the day Willey Is A. JOHN and John Adams received American Red Stores Jacksonville. A NARTU COMFAIRJAX. _Navy
scheduled to meet with Capt. Cross First Aid Certificates In the Advanced, Standard and Instructors separate application Form 57 Commissary Stores Jax..Appll-
must be filed for each positionin cations will be accepted: throughthe
These qualified
courses recently. men ore now jn -
which interested. '
close of business July 31.
sfrucfors and will conduct First Aid Classes aboard the Naval MPB No. 83-67 Plan B All With the exception "MPB No.

Fuel. Depot,,Jacksonville. skilled positions Pay, level 8 112 67 for the position of
and above. Area. of consid- Special Services Officer GS-10
Air Rework Graduates eration NAS,.HARP NARTU all applicants for the above positions -
COMFAIRJAX, Navy Commissary must be career or caree-
Stores,Jacksonville. Appli- conditional employees of the
Engineering TraineesSeventeen cations will be accepted at any federal government. AU appli-
F time. A separate applicationForm cants for the above positions
a 57 must be filed for each should be Tiled with IRD, NAS
industrial engineering technician trainees *received position in which Interested. Jacksonville Fla. 32212. For
diplomas July 13, at Naval Air Rework Facility graduation exer- MPB No. 112-67 Special Ser- further information regarding
cises. vices Officer, GS10. Area of these positions see the copies''of
The Department of Defense certificates symbolized completionof consideration Nationwide. the bulletins or call Ext.
17 week's intensive classroom training in industrial engineering Applications will be accepted 2320Recruiting and Examining
subjects related to the work of the facility's Methods and Standards through the close of business Branch.. IRD.." NAS.Jacksonville.
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Division.
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Under a new DOD joint training agreement instruction was givenin
work methods and standards advanced work measurement mewthods A MON., TOES d WED. ONLY

time measurement, and elemental standard date.
The training group is now engaged inon- the job training for the
ROBERT WILLEY technicians.remainder of a year before final certification industrial engineering SPECIAL $7so

Faulderstcommanding officer Naval Members of the graduating class wereD.H.Aldridge, L. F. Back REG. $70.00 M Normal hair
, Air Rework Facility. T. W. Bacmeister J.' E. Doering. J. E. Donnelly J. F. Gibbs.
He is scheduled to meet with R. L. Kronholm J. S. Kulakowski, D. M. Leath L. R. Marklc R. ].
:apt. M. J., Stack. NAS com Miller. J. A. Robinson B. E. Scott E. D. Tenly,''J. E. Thompson i Permanent' Wave
minding: officer at 3 p.m. 'c. J. Weppelman and E. K. Zwahlen. '
Appointed director of civilian The instructors were: D. A.ScottR.Thomas and 3.'W.. Creecy.Federal INCLUDES SHAMPOO, CUT AND SET ,

his manpower position management was formerly in April held Training Progrem Expends. OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT :

by rear admirals and involves, Luc lie Price Kitty Tosey and Emily myeaPhono '
setting civilian personnel mana- Federal employee training conducted"at the Executive Sem-
gement policies for the Navy. moved briskly ahead in fiscal inar Center I Kings: Point N. Y. 384-1522
year 1966 and a partial reason (The new Berkeley) center was
Ftdtral Test was the Civil Service Commission not opened until after' the end Yukon fab! Stylists!
which in collaborationwith of the fiscal year.)
other Federal agencies and (c) 6,000 employees at all
Deadline Set colleges and universities expanded grades levels received training 4530 120th St. In Yukon Near HAS Jax
its program for improving designed to improve com-
the Federal work force munications and other relation-
Closing date of the 1967
through training and education. ships with the public.d .
Federal Service Entrance Exam "
: Of the 22,000 persons who were ( ) 3,000 Federal managers
ination has beenextended Au-
to trained: with responsibilities for manpower OPEN SUNDAY I
gust 10 to allow two additional
nationwide tests this (a) 2,400 received trainingin management attended
year
the management sciences. courses designed to improve the
More than .
13.000 persons were The Commission established the quality of personnel management
federal after w.
appointed to jobs
ADP Management Sciences in the-Federal service.e .
passing the tests last year Training Center at the begin- ( ) 10,000 Federal executives -
Prospects are excellent for ning of the fiscal .year in response managers and supervisorswere
even more appointments from to the Increasing needto trained in general and specialized { A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAYW
this year's test the commission prepare Federal managersfor areas, such as planning- .
.... thm the VW 16 point S.f.ty'.td Performance Inspection.
civilian
staffing
said to meet the full utilization of com- programming budgeting sup- Tbwt wo tanod up tightened and replaced everything that
needs in support of defense requirements applications in Goyernment ervisory techniques, civil rights needed It. And guaranteed them loi-i.for th.repair or replacement
puter ..
of all mechanical plllt.tor 30. day or 1000 mil. Come
and in -
new or expanded major
operations. and the relationships the executive on In check.
domestic programs. (b)600 career executives from bramch with the legislative -ENGINE -TRAMISSIOMREAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
Candidates who wish to com- 46 Federal departments and and judicial branches ASSEMBLIES -BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

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V : V ;V4'VS arms firing./
S Preparing (for '7:30: a.m. mus- high school Junior and senior to 9:30: p.m., "taps". S V 1 1S ,* '
ter and inspection. in what was years, and hail from reserve unIts Naval authorities note that the S S'V $ just ""hurry up and dor' ." their gratitude to the MARTD Commander Largen: is a high' I
midmorning to,them, were "A" of Florida and south Georgia* SAT Program compares favor Training extends from fire Marines assigned to shepherd 'school teacher and coach: from V
:4 and "B"axnpanIesoftheNARTU A (few have their diplomas and ably' to the recruit training\ at fighting ,and fire drills to the the two companies through the Knoxville, on selected reserve '
Jax.Recruit Training Battalion-- still fewer have entered college Great Lakes or San Diego, par- finer points of small arms fire, precision rudiments of military duty. Lieutenant 'Beatty is on .,
t our seven dozen young naval reservists studies. All are considered ticularly since the men have a Including a familiarizationcourse drill and discipline. leave of absence from the University !-, V
specially selected for "cream of the crop.*"* common denominator relatively at Camp Blanding's' Na- Assigned from the Marines are of Florida Law School
the Summer Accelerated. Train- The recruits through a routine high caliber learning\ ability V V tional Guard rifle range. G/Sgt./ G.' J J. Daniels, S/Sgt/ and is assigned to NARTU's..
ing (SAT) program. day of four hours classroom and, some .reserve experience.As Training In military courtesy J. T. McKenny "and Sgt. J. C., helicopter Squadron'742.
t The recruits reported aboard and demonstration training, an in the more popular and discipline., naval tradi-- Kendall. Assisting in Instruction well
| .. June, 10, (for the 85 -: day pro- hour and,a half physical training\ "boot camps", the routine tion and rate structure.. and the "These Marines, as well as, as retaining other duties are:.
t gram.. which is one of( 17 such or military drill.. unannounced here is rigorous and! a great finer points of wearing the NaVY ";' the petty officers 'assigned have AMH3 K.W. Winkle and ATR3
units across the United States. inspections and study hours leveler.. taking highschool uniform are only pan of the tackled their assignment with W. 1.L.. Fouraker, assistant <
: ''The majority are between their -- a day spanning from 5 a.m. "boys" of varied background and curriculum of the intensive real enthusiasm,*"' said Commander company commanders; ADJ2 ]
molding them quickly, via firm course.Locker,bunk or personnel l. Largen. Tom Hamby. education petty officer -
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: : F.r y.triftlti. .Iestlii'. II... Navymen. the best, overall In the Navy, aim at the NARTU Jax unit,"according take, the.airman apprectlce test:. the men. like summer lightning -- swiftly assist with the recruit training 1 petty ,officerr A03
: V "After training, thesemenare as far as efficiency productis to LCdr. W. O. urgent. All passing\ the test will begina The program moved out In ,'and with little warning. are BM1 Jack P. Rhea, battal-- A.B. Inglis, material petty officer *
: Marina ready for two years of good concerned* he.added. officer in charge. .. month and a half training at high gear on the first day and LCdr. Largen andhisAsslstantOfuicerInQiarge ion commander and the two com and YN3 R. Ringenwald,
.. active duty with the Navy," said, "Besides training and military The men march together to any' qualifications for airman, the has been at t that t,tempo since, Lt. Robert pany commanders AE2 Walter G. administration. -
Cdr. Dale A. Vehorn. aviation discipline, instilling of team activity,outside their barracks rate with which, they graduate. with little ""hurry and wait" P. Beatty' have expressed. who doubles The 1 ,
up : SALES md. SERVICE for. technical training\ 'officer for spirit and institution they can area.. and visitors to the ''main V .A mafority, of the recruits will .. ____ __uu_____ .__,___________u_ n_ ) and AMS3 John racks 917, is a, "tight ship**,
L Mercury and M.rCrui* r NARTU. "I really believe in this draw upon throughout longer messhall may. daily .hear their attend "A" schools beginning In, Durante. run by a tightly-knit group of
: program and think iLls! one of short naval careers I is a main: spirited count: off cadence, lustily July '68, after they graduate from Jordan is a reservist on leaveof officers and petty) officers dedi--
., ringing through the air... Story j I ,high school. : absence from the University cated to turning\ ,civilians into..
0 '''''' V_ Everything is done, "on the- Those already high. school -UF Florida, and Durante, a TAR Navymen}' that will be a, credit; ..
____ double" whether reporting to thei.. -i.",,, Don Rimain /...: /ie grads, who can obtain a priority Er- reservist is assigned to NARTU to the fleet and shore duty where
office or "falling; out" V ''I will attend schools before that 1.Jax.. thevmaveventualiyserve.NAVYAUTOINSURANCE. i1 It
CUPPER) -. V-- all with a gusto that. would time. Upon completion ''Of>f ."A" -'. -- -_.- / .:.
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wince. the third class test in i their particular -, F '
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comprises; half( -of: >f the nearly' ,:' < ,-' V in arranging lockers ,\ V
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US NAS FACILITY. OFFICE Pure Center r- k
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Type Apartmentswith ni* let BS s irriHia year pirty JS ..tion cash now and get that Big O.K.< fast. Plus your own Beneficial K
.A AcrtH Fr... Ad. ..ifrftifti.. IU|I., NAS A Open for your convenience 6 Lilt.> 10 p.m. 1 Country Club p,1 b4 Credit Card with exclusive new 30-day Free Loan Privilege. Call
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MONDAY WEDNESDAY 70:00 3 300 0 .
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Individual Air Conditioning
.I THURSDAY 70:00: a.m. 430pm.: t .. I. dity..AHftrk & Fmis| Cws' &CYCLES and Heating by G-E _VV V !S i Bentfldal Finance Co.of Jacksonville.:.

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: --.1 Wins MedalsAviation' rt


Structural Mechanic "

,First Class. Thomas L.Gary was r"
awarded four air medals at Y._
quarters recently by Cdr. F. S.
Coleman, of Heavy Photographic

Squadron 62.,
One of the citations, signedby
VAdm. John J. Hyland, USN,
,
commander! of the Seventh Fleet

'Ii :' ?t. (Pacific) reads in pan:
"For meritorious achievementin ,
,. ti ax
.1 aerial flight as a Photo

grapher/Technician of a jet reconnaissance -
aircraft' attachedto *

Heavy Photographic Squadron
62 under the operational controlof
Heavy Photographic Squadron

l4L 61. During the period February
---." 1 to May 5 while operating
NEW PRESIDENT -- Mrs. Nancy Ktrmon/ (right)) presents from South Vietnamese airfieldsand AM Thomas L. Gary was awarded four Air Medals for mer/f-'
gavel/ to Mrs. Haroldene /Ivey, signifying Mrs. Ivey s assume- Seventh Fleet aircraft car- orb us achievement as Photographer/Technician while serv-
tlon of the presidency of the/ Junior Officers Wives Club./ The/ riers Petty Officer Gary serv- In Southeast Asia with YAP 62. He was presented the med.

women's club/ Installation of officers was held In the /home of ed as PhotographerTechnicianon als at quarters by Cdr. F. S. Coleman.
Mrs. H. H. C //dwe". twenty combat missions


Florida J.C. Has.
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leading to an Associate
program
f:.'j;' in Arts degree will be offered
.,,f this fall by the Florida Junior

: .. ,,' ", College Jacksonville, according -
'. to Larry A. Giddings,' pro=. ..
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Giddings formerly with
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:'T indicated that the two-year

program in law enforcement will
"..q $ be designed as a terminal pro-

.. : gram and as the first two yearsof
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,.< "I;;': students expecting to transfer
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Crlminalistics are being de,

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\'W: : t... law enforcement programs in the
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: .' these programs are at the Junior -
,.'. "." ,' .., ;0, tf. {' college level," Giddings said..
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Unit. department felt a definite need to
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a t; tJcr initiate this, program intheJack-
sonville area,*' he added.
>' ; offers Applications forms are avail-
you
:- ; a.. able at the Educational Services

: Office, Bldg. 955. Applications'must
; haN-fare' be in the law enforcement

office, Southside Campus by
\ (' Monday '
morning. Interested per-
#. sonnel are urged to contact
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Giddings at 3$8 1116, Ext. 21
.
promptly upon filing an appli-

-and than half chancetl7. cation. ********
: more
: a : ; Dr. Werhner Von Braun and
1 / '. N ) ;f three other high ranking

;' When you're flying stand-by, anywhere a seat members of NASA visited Opera-
.: opens up, per- '. "They got me out fasti' tion
.. DEEP FREEZE in Antarctica
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"It.
your best choice is United Air haps even in First Class.
during 1967.
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: ;, Lines. For only H of regular Coach '" .

We have more flights to more fare, United will reserve a Coach b 1 JAX'S.CREATES ,

U.S. cities than any other airseat for you. Men and women in FURNITURE

line. That means more seats for United States uniform on active /y
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\0 you. In fact, 90% get out on the duty status,with DD Form 1580, eJVth VALUES'

1 first flight requested. are eligible. The fare also applies WHOLESALE

.. Just. show DD Form within of 1hefdySklCS .
your seven days discharge. ICE TO EVERYONE

1580 or Military Leave Orders, Every flight's an extra care of

.. and you fly at H of regular flight on United, the airline that. lJjeJ. ,

'f': ; Coach fare. And you'll be seated flies more servicemen than any fed.
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ularly at the NAS lax Theatreat o)... .,
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6 and '8:15 p.m., Monday thru "0" CLUB: Tonight is the Beefeaters' Buffet from 6 to 10 S ';""':"I"-.rn"---'Y' n y

Saturday. There will also, be a p.m. Tomorrow evening Charlie Jay will present the musical

matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays, entertainment from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Johnny Jelinek will appearat Ads should be mailed tc the Holt Publishing' Company
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital -, the club on Saturday evening from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Tues- 1950 Blinding' Blvd Jacksonville' Florida. 32210. (o arrive'
TbeatrewiUb.1veoneweekly day features Dick McMeekin at the piano. Enjoy Foreign Dish not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs-
'feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field Night French Style that evening from 6 to 10 p.m. The Midshipman day. Ads arriving' too late for this' deadline will br publishedthe
will have',two shows during the Dance will be held Wednesday evenina. Halving week unless the publisher .is 'Instructed other-
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- vise.' A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
inees will be shown on week- CPO CLUB: All pizzas going or $.75 today. Western music by be received "WITH the copy for the ad. _

ends at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY Mel Gaden will be presented tonight. Tomorrow evening featuresa ,
Seafood Special for $1.25. Music will be by the Moonliters. Dick DO NOT SEND CASH
July 2d Wilson's Moderns will present the musical entertainment Saturday RATE: Minimum cha.... ((3U"ett.! ) . . II. . .12.00

NAS: "LIGHTENING,BOLT": evening. The Johnny Arnold "4" are featured Sunday evening. Per additional line ((4 wards per Una). . 0.50

with Anthony Eisley and Sophia} Try the half pound ribeye for $1.35 Tuesday. Chicken for $.95
..
Marl. is the special for Wednesday.

HOSPITAL: "HOW TO SUC-
CEED IN BUSINESS 'WITHOUT BLUEJACKETS INN: The Redcoats make the scene tonight SINGERDIAL PAY DAY LOANS .B RGAl son
REALLY TRYING": with! Robert from 8 p.m. till midnight. Tomorrow Mark Castle will appear from DIALO unredeemed merchandise.Air
Morse and Michele Lee. ( 127 9 p.m. till 1 a.m. The Sixteens are featured Saturday afternoon Base-Pawn Shop -6463 Roosevelt'

Min). from 2'to 6 p.m., with the Formations taking over the spotlight MATIC Open. 10 a.m. to 8 ,p.m. Phone.
C. FIELD: "FASTEST from 9 p.m.-till 1 a.m. The Sixteens will again present the musical CONSOLE MODEL,SEWING MACHINE 384 4066. ,

GUITAR ALIVE": with Roy Or- entertainment Sunday afternoon, with a new group to visit the club, Must place in your area. will
We help
bison and Sammy Jackson. ((93 the Indecisions playing from 8 p.m. to midnight. Monday evening A 1,, shape, zig-zags, makes "REAL ESTATE Invest.: .
Min.) features, the Sixteens from 8 p.m. till<-midnight. The Chances will J button holes fancy designs sews you Buy Bowen Sell Real or Estate Realtor

FRIDAY, July 21 play Tuesday and the Formations, Wednesday. grams on buttons etc. Sold appliques new for mono-over USN Retired 384.1376, ,. .

NAS; "DOCTOR YOU'VE A'CEY DUCEY CLUB: Tomorrow evening features March Wilson :$300. MUST SACRIFICE Just
BRAND NEW ZIGZAG
GOT TO BE KIDDING": with from 8:30 p.m. till 12: 30 a.m. Mel Gaden and his Lazy Rhythm pay balance $63. or assume $8. of
Domestic out lay-
Girl's will the music Mark Castle monthly payments. Will take sewing ma.
Saturday
Sandra Dee and George ,Hamil present country evening. fancy designs
ton. (102 Min). will play for ;your' musical entertainment Sunday evening., Try t ecltb's older machine in trade. Call a-way. Buttonholes -
,' Credit. Manager. Ph. 353-1946 etc. Bal. $26.50 cash or
HOSPITAL: "LIGHTENINGBOLT" special featured all week. ,' : *. ..
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trms.
No
Anytime. Will deliver obligation. -
: with Anthony' Eisley HAS CECIL ., RAYFELD SEWING CENTER
and Sophia Mari.C. 6437 Wilson Blvd. 771-9106
FIELD uL 0 S T COM- A-l''SEWING MACHINE CO.
: BEACON CLUB. Tonight is "Game Night" with music by the ,at Jammes Road
MAND with Anthony Quinn and FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
: Sixteens and a Rib Eye' Steak dinner is offered at $.75,On Friday
Claudia Gardinale. ( 129 Min.) and Saturday nights you can swing to the sound of the Boomsday Houses & Apts. Equity VA & FURN. HOUSE FOR RENT
FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
SATURDAY, July 22 Refreshment Committee. Phil Cay and the go go girls appear Cedar Hills 3BR 2B. Closeto
Sunday and the Twigs capture the spotlight Monday night, Tuesdaythe Call Powell or Mills USN/Ret. Shopping .Center Schools and
"HOTRODHULLABAL- 264'2411.. Orange Park Realty.
NAS; Bus. Can 355-1941 .
Formations will made the scene and on Wednesday Mel Gadden
LO": with John Arnold.((88 Min.)
will dance music.
provide IN 4DR DESK
SINGER
HOSPITAL: DOCTOR YOU- TWO. FURNISHED GAR. APTS.
'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING: with Like new makes buttonholes 2732 Lydia! Near Park & King.
Sandra Dee and George Hamilton. CPO CLUB. Friday night the Blue Tones will entertain with a sews on buttons fancy designs, No Pets Adults Lights &Water
((102 Min.) lobster dinner being served. Saturday night the Tunesters will be satin stitches. Bal. $43' or $5 Furn., $60. ph 387 3942or
C. FIELD: "HOW TO SUC providing dance music and Sunday will feature a 12 oz. Steak special. mo. Free home trial. 733 2158.
Game night is Wednesday. RAYFffiLD SEWING CENTER
CEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT .
REALLY TRYING": withRobert 6437. Wilson Blvd. 771 .9106 1964 BUICK Spec. Deluxe. 1 -

Morse and Michele Lee. ( 127 at. Jammes RoadFOR owner., like new. Full pwr.,
inc. AC. 5 new tires Must
Min.) MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SALE WHITE MINATURE sacrifice at bargain price. 768 -

All:R.nk-All, Ate*: gistered.Poodle Puppies 771-1301.- AKC Re- 2992.

Sword'Att.ndsnc
j 'Cross and : i. \I'L " GIRL COSMETICS Two plans
_. Rbis. -.. Water tight 40 cubic ft., to choose from. 781-2666.
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$125.'Call 264 9839.KINDERGARTEN.
EASY
Attendance at 'Cross rdSword" MONTHLY
St. Augustine outdoor TEACHERWith MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE: 1966

spectacle of the founding Spani- PAYMENTS degree. Hrs. 8:30 12:15 BSA Hornet 650CC, Twin Garbs
tfl Florida, is up this year over Pay $140. For additional information partially customized excellent
the previous two seasons it was send resume P. O. condition, $800. Call Coleman
announced by General Manager McDOUGALL'S Box 7331.Jax. 32210. ext. 2811 NAS.
Thomas P. Rahner. Increased
local interest as well as out of FOR RENT: 2 BDR HOUSE GARG. SALE THURS., FRI

state publicity were cited as major INSURANCE AGENCY Furn., or unfurn.. Air., Orange & Sat. Household goods & Furn.
factors contributing to the rise Park. Will rent to TAD Per Quarters E, NAS Cecil.

in attendance.Now sorrnel! or Bachelors -264-6884.
,
in its third summer ses- 647f tMswrt IM. 311-7474 WANTED HELP IN FINDING
TO
SERVICEMAN
WANTED
Unfurnished house. Servicemanin
:
sion "Cross and Sword" is the
story, of the settlement of St. Call Us Anytime lay ceiling and floor tile private Vietman, Small children, Rent
Augustine in 1565 by Don Ped- r home. Phone 3889886. $80 or less. Phone 771-9630.

ro Menendez de Aviles Spain. FOR RENT -> UNFURNISHED

Written by Pulitzer Prize win- ****t..*.****************** House. Off Cassat near HAVE LISTINGS FOR OVER
ning playwright Paul Green, the Plymouth, 1219 Denaud St. 3BR. 50 Privately owned cars $75
play has been cited 'as a hallmark I Kit. equip., $90 mo. Phone and Up Cash Equities, or
In outdoor presentations.A 771 1969. Terms. Phone 765 8377.
unique combinations of music Now Availableof
HOUSE FOR SALE 3 BR, 1 1/2
and actirgaswellaslighting -
dance Lot $100 Dwn. FOR RENT 2 BR HOUSE
and sound effects blends to B, Lrg. Cm., ,
Assume VA Loan $65 per mo. unfurn., Kit. equip. Modern.
culminate in'an outdoor spectacle 264.4570. .$80 mo. Irvington.AEDSiCY'S .
recommended for every family
'
member.
Children thrill to the comic CREDIT
characters of Sara Solano and

Basilio Bonito as well as the en- -
raged and wild Indians; teen- LOAN PLAN
agers are amazed as the I photographs -

} from their history : LOUNGE PACK e_ STORE
books come to life on the stage I
during the scenes in the Royal Exclusively for Credit Union Members
Spanish Court; and adults never :It 3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 777.3385

cease to wonder at and admire *'
*
Crcdit now for future borrowing
Establish Linc-of
the pain and suffering sacrificeand you *
LADIES NIGHT EVERY THURS.
endurance experienced by the
early settlers in taming the # Once'established, you can borrow with as little effort

Florida'wilderness.A as writing a check. MIXED DRINKS FOR

professional cast of over .

one hundred has been assembled ASK US FOR FURTHER DETAILS Half PriceLADIES
from every part of the count- i
ry for this ,year's production.
Throughout the, summer until ONLY fl

September 3, "Cross and Sword" # J.; N"fI FedeMaeI DANCING EVERY NIGHT
will be presented nightly except
Mondays at 8:30 p.m. in the DRIVE-IN SERVICE --
St. Augustine Amphitheatre. The I &674'rMVAWJAX

theatre and joining gardens are
located on Anastasia Island off HAs BLOC. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDC. 'CASE LOTS at
of Highway AlA. TW. 314-1391 TW. 'SP 1-3211'

A general admission ticket ..<. Ext. 2431 I... Ext. 205W 241 WHOLESALE PRICES!
good for any evening's perfor- .ur : .....',/ 9:39-4:30 Hours: MFr/ : -
mance may be obtained by writ-

ing the "Cross and Sword" Box .... 11I1= 1t 1 I 41 ltl J .1
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Cecil Field "Raiders" In the third.JnninR of the second '
'Marines/ VA-44 ((8)) Dave: Jus/ewfcz/ Sports Editor
split two games over the weekend game, Fewell hit the first ((9)) -
with Warner/Robins Air home run of the series: After a sloppy first inning,
Force Base "Flyers" on the Coffey pitched the third game. the Marines scoring five runs
Raiders" home field. The,four He had eight strikeouts, walkedone and VA 44 seven, both teams Color' has nothing.whatever to But of all the misconceptions
h game scores were: 1st 2.0, and there was one interference settled down and played some do with how strong and active a about water temperature, the
"Flyers"; 2nd- 5.4. "Raid- called during the game. He fine Softball. The bats of VA44 migratory fish may be. Neither most prevelant by far is the old
ers"; 3rd 1 0, "Flyers", was the losing pitcher.Granberry boomed in every inning but were does salt water. Years ago some and wTd lyaccePtedbromidethatnorthern
and 4th 3.1, "Raiders". was the winning pitcher with 11 quelled by the defensive play of pundit made such a statement, bass fight better than
The first game of the series strikeouts and he walked two. the Marine Barracks. With the however, and like many other southern 'bass ec use the water
was a noihltter for Granberry Scoring in the fourth and final score 8 to 7 in favor of VA mistaken ideas about fishing and down South is too warm.Actually,
of the "Flyers". He struck out game of the series came early 44 in the sixth inning, Stone trip- fish it has been taken at face the exact opposite Is true, if
22 men in the nine Inning game. in the game and the Cecil Field led to right. Ellison walked and value ever since. you want to check It( for yourself -
Five innings saw Cecil Field go "Raiders" wrapped it up with a stole second, on that play, VA- where ever you llivc, catch
_& .down in order. 3-1 score 44 made two costly throwing errors The change of color of a steel- some bass In late winter early
allowing both Stone and head and salmon is controlled Spring when the water temperature -
flEPERSREEPE1OUR Ellison to score. With the Marines primarily by the proximity of is below 50 degrees.
w leading 9-8 in the spawning.You will catch dark Remember how they fight and then '
MONTHLY PEST CONTROL SERVICE sevenththe bases loaded and one fish in salt water if you' find'them catch some more in the summer
Stone shallow in from water above 70 degrees.You
out, caught a fly entering their parent stream
CLEANS THEM OUT KEEPS THEM OUT! center and made a perfect throwto until the time to spawn is nearly will never be taken on this one
the plate to get the runner upon them. again.
MILITARY PERSONNEL SPECIAL $ | and end the game. Music was the There are many other beliefs j
GOO winning pitcher and Brown the about fish and fishing that are
MONTH And one thing, above allothersthat widely accepted but actually I
CALL loser.FAETU ((9)) VA-83 ((8)) determines what a salmonor have no basis in fact. So the next
BILL WILLIAMS steelhead will do after being time, somebody gives you the
Tuesday night was a 10 inning hooked is the water temperature.If lowdown on your favorite sport,
USN (Rot) FlRStlNMVtCl 389. 5561 battle as VA '83 and FAETU the water is too cold no fish test what he says against common
went until 10:20 p.m. with FAETU is so active as it would be at sense and your' own experi-
taking the win 9 8. a higher. } temperature. ence. He will probably be wrong.





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League fourth' place and a tournament berth. The win boostedFAETU's
FAETU's final mark to 11 -' Showers Stall j[ Roos kYOlt '

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V frame gave FAETU, their fourth OPEN'MONDAY' THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM -.:3:30:: .PM
'I and fifth runs. Admin, closed Tovmoy PlayRain
the gap by two in their half of FREE CAR WASH
the inning, but the 5 2 marginwas soaked fields caused .
as close as it would get. the cancellation of Monday's four WITH/ 75 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL
Pitcher D. Felps held the los- game slate in the 1967 intramural PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED ,
ers to seven hits, two each by softball playoffs. Recreation office -
centerfielder Jim Cash, pitcher officials reported Tuesday SPRAWAX..MOWOMIY, 50*
Lucas and morning that play would start in
first Doyle shortstop
baseman al
Located Roosevelt' Mall CenterLeave
In, Shopping
Ouinn. Third baseman Nick the afternoon, weather permit-
had the ball Admin.
ready as
Curry added a single in the fifth ting.
runner John Johnson sprintsto inning. This year's double elimination
the bag In early Inning FAETU had 11. Pitcher Felps tournament'matches the top four
action Fr/oay. ?_ collected two, as did first base- finishers from the program's : :
man R. Weatherholt and leftfield- American and National leagues.As .
er R. Brown. with most tournaments, a _
While the game belonged to team's season record is of no
FAETU, the contest's most spectacular real consequence once post -
defensive play belongedto season play has started,but,two
; Admin. It came in the sixth teams this: year provide noteworthy .
inning when Admin. outfielder exceptions.
+ z; ) ) Jim Cash pulled a' diving' catchon Although a big.pan of VAP *
J p O'f a long shot ,to the center 62's American League champion-
) t ,field fence1 hit by, Flops-which-shipvrecord of17HVl: can be,*...
would have gone for at, least a credited to pitcher. games E..
triple.MirlitTiktsRifltMttt. Shadburn, the squadron's Intramural "
crown hopes rtiust have p,
been deflated somewhat when the'

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Jacksonville won the National Taking over will be Don Jack-
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While the 13 man team didn't
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of units/activities plan
ning to enter teams in the fall
rX intramural bowling leagues are
II 11'r, S asked to attend an organizational
meeting July,26 at 9:30 a.m. In
the recreation ,director's office.

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I't{ S of the first-phase of the/ station's summer.recreation swimming pendents w/io qualified and graduation certificates, were, sche cially-rewarding career, at no
.. program for these dependent children. Over 750 children finishea duled for the rest of the youngsters. Another ,swim session Is cost to you. Full time or part
t \I the three waefc c/asses/ In one of live age group c/ass/f/- scheduled before the station's summer recreation program ends. time. Our company is 30-plus

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11 fci Plans' Finalized'; for Fleet Softball Tourney 53 million new dollars.managers We have and'added 1200

The 1967 COMFAIRJAX soft- District Tournament the week of here. new people In the'last 'year
ball tournament will be held at August 14 in Memphis. Addi- Commands wishing to field
I NAS Jacksonville beginning July tional players will be augmentedto teams, however, may augment There is a place for'you, withF'iNAnnNCIAL
31. Thedoub1e-elimlnatlonaffair this team from participating their rosters with players from CanYouTAKE
open to all Fleet Jacksonville, tournament squads. units' not planning to participate. q
units is slated to run until August Commands planning to ,enter Deadline for ,entries is, 4 p.m. YOUR CAR ., 1 IW.G
4. teams are reminded of the 16 Monday.. Commands should call MTU YOU?
F Ultimate winner of the tourney player limit, including coaches. COMFAIRJAX, extensions 2561/ ,for Financing' and Insurance ,..." ,
will be called upon to represent Players engaged in varsity softball 2562/2563 prior to the deadline :Stateside and, Overseas. Call '
COMFAIRJAX In the Sixth Naval at area stations are not date to make entries or obtain DYER M. BURR E.F.BARTH.
permitted to enter* unless released additional information. Entry
Softball l by the team's varsity data on eaCh player should includehis GOVfifcNMENT EMPLOYEES 4077 WOODCOCK DR.
membersof rank/rate, service FINANCE CORPORATION ,
) 'coach. In addition, name '38..S032' -
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:.'. ,(' Continued;, from Page-. II'.) sidered Fleet AlrunitS are blaMed Games'Vill get,underway each INTERNATIONAL,SERVICE'INSURANCE ''
\J S '";' son batting averages, much of from playing in 'the tournament day, t'3 p.m. COMPANY Equal Opportunity Employer
;" their offensive power lies In the 5615 Timuquana' Rd. 771-0527 .....:.
,. bat a .500 of Franz hitter.Baeovinatz, roughly Fliers Knock;' MayportPitcher ",

A. B. Qiapa and Carl Williams UMMER TIME Is the BEST
t .t combined for 14 1 and 13 0 Von McClure ,of the Mayport, managed only one hit .
\I, records respectively In leadingVW Jax Navy Flier Softball team over the seven inning span. TIME for AUTO PAINTING!
.. ,- 4 to an Identical season's fanned 13 batters In the 'first Although the Fliers bats were
\ record of 17 1. The squadron's game of a doubleheader at May- stilled somewhat in the nightcap,
scoring punch is evidenced by port Friday night and paced the (four hits) they still managed to SUMMER SPECIAL-JO 95
five games In which the Hurri locals in a 4-0.win. grasp opportunity when they saw economy
I cane Hunters were in front of it, which came mostly via five lIhk STANDARD QUALITY. e.. 49.95
the opponent, 10-0 providing Second baseman Willie Miller, Mayport errors and won, 101. Wrecker Service Now AVOODPhone/ 771-7255
an automatic,win and curtailment (NATTC personnelled the Paul Swaim, who has yet to pitch
of the game under intramural Fliers in :hits as he collected very little -this Year,took credit PEREZ& SERRANO PAINT AND BODY SHOP 8110. 103d'St.w. .-
rules. three out of a total of eight... for the win.
The other three American League .
teams include Hospital, 15 .
*, 3i; Dispensary, 12 6, and. COM -. FIRST_ TIME ANYWHERE TAKE A LITTLE DRIVE
FAIRJAX 11'-,7. -
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$ 'In addition to VW 4, the :
.National League 'is represented NO THE TRANSPARENT LOOK"
.*' by VP -, 30, 16 2i; NARTU,
I '+ 13 5 ,and FAETU, 11 '- 8. ABSTRACT A-GO-GO BIG !
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