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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1968
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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26 NO. I IS U.S.HAVALNIfSTArOH.J.4CICSOHVLU.'LO.DA JULY 3, 1968
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Navy Issues Rules Requiring .




CO's Okay on Where to Rent

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The Secretary of the Navy has into an area where a Housing stallation commanders will be H A
issued a Navy wide notice by Referral Office (HRO) is in required to survey managers of k +
message outlining Department of operation not be authorized to apartment and trailer court faci-
Defense's latest announcementon enter into new leases or rentalsat lities within the area of their
equal opportunities for mili- base. The survey will providea '
tary personnel in rental of off an unlisted apartment or trailer "- list of all such facilities that :
base apartment and trailer court facility after July 31,1968. agree to comply with DOD policy -
facilities in the continental Unit- NAS Jax has a referral office of non discrimination. The _
ed States. within the Family Services Of- facilities that discriminate will 4
fice. be sanctioned and military per-
The Navy message said,"Sec
retary of Defense has directed Under the new Department of sonnel will not be allowed to rent
Defense all in- or lease from them, accordingto
that military personnel moving policy, military
the new Department of Defense

Jax Shore Patrolman policy.. In outling the new policythe
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Navy message stated, "The
following specific instructions An Underwater Demolition Team from the Ampmoious Base at
Named June 'Sailor'AMS2 apply to all naval and Marine' Little Creek, Va., will be aboard the base Monday and Tuesday to
Corps personnel assigned or ordered recruit "Frogmen" applicants.The .

..,.. AMS2 Paul M. Doyle of the N AS. mutual .respect so long 'enjoyedby '" to_ report to activities within team will give a UTD lecture at 9:30 a.m. both days In
r Security Department was'sel- the Jacksonville area patrol. the Continental United States(Co-; the station theater. Bldg. 612. Following the talk, the team will \
ected Sergiceman of the Month He wears his uniform with great nus) or to fleet'units homeportedin test applicants for athletic fitness at the indoor pool. (See storyon
for June at ceremonies in the pride and is a credit to his com- CONUS: After July 31, 1968 Page 8 for requirements and training of the Navy's Frogmen).
CO's office here, Monday.In mand and the Naval Service." prior to negotiating a contractor
a letter of nomination, A. For his achievements, Petty lease for rental of an a-
C. Thomas, NAS senior Shore Officer Doyle was awarded a partment or trailer court faci- Two 1941 Jax Student
Patrol officer stated: "Petty $10 gift certificate to the Can- lity within CONUS, contact or
Officer Doyle displays outstanding dlelight Restaurant, by the Navy communicate with the CO of the
leader hipqualities and sound Exchange, and a trip for he and activity to which you are assigned Pilots Retire MondayTwo
judgement."He his family to St. Augustine, or ordered who will inform
is assigned to a mobile sponsored by the USO. you of the apartment or trailer
shore patrol unit and does a thorough AMS2'Doyle lives with his facilities not authorized for military commanders brought their 1941 --> Commander Donald in
and reliable job. Recently, wife, Lillian, and their two children occupancy or of the locationof careers to a close here Mon- August and Commander Heflinin
Doyle's patrol was attacked by at 4612 Attleboro Street, the appropriate HRO having day after devoting 27 years to the October. Both were honoredat
two civilians, :'one of which drew Jacksonville. this information." Naval Service. Cdr. Herbert ceremonies Friday.
a knife inflicting an injury to Others nominated for the To implement the policy DOD Lee Donald Jr., NAS executive Commander Donald was bornin
Doyle's partner. Concerned for monthly award were ACAN MaryE. has required all Navy order writing officer and Cdr. Edward Allen brewton, Ga.,in 1915 and com-
the safety of his shipmate, Doyle Kraus, AN Clifford A. Ayers, activities to include in all Heflin, executive assistanteach pleted three of five year's schoolJ
risked his life, disarmed the assailant ADR1 Donald W. Gilliam, CS3 orders issued that men and began their careers in 1941. ing at the Georgia School of Tech-
and apprehended both Jack G. Simpson and PNl Her- women will be required to comply Coincidently, both commanders nology from 1934 38. During
civilians who were escaped con shell D. Simmons. with the new policy.of earned their wings here in World War II, he served as .

r victs. a combat pilot in the Pacific.
t "Petty Officer Doyle gets along Confab Endsof "Looking back to WWII, it
extremely well with his ship- Project Stormfury was truly an interesting exper-

, mates as well as with civilian ience and one that made me
law enforcement officers,and always The 1968 operational planning clouds normally found some NAS Oceans, Va. Jackson realize the vital Importance of

cooperates to the best of his conference of Project Stormfurywas distance from the storm's eye, ville's Hurricane Hunters will our great Navy to our defense
ability to uphold the feeling of held here last week and Dr. will also be held this year to provide airborne control of all system" Commander Donald
R. Cecil Gentry, director of the if the line of clouds will planes in the operations. recalled, "although our shore
Youths National Hurricane Reserach Lab see Project Stormfury developed installations are of major im-
193 grow or disappear.The
i in Miami, briefed more than 20 main objective of both from a single aircraft experi- portance, the fleet is actually
' representatives from various experiments ment in 1961 to a complex ser- what the Navy is all about."
:' Given JobsThe military and civilian weather and storm's is to redistribute the ies of experiments employing 11 "I feel that today's young Navy
aviation facilities on the plans energy. aircraft this year. men have the greatest opportunities -
for the 1968 hurricane season. Seeding of the storm will be Also speaking at the opening confronting them that they
air station held an orientation The primary objective of Pro- performed by an A6 Intruder session was Fleet Weather Faci- Navy vas ever offered and Ithink
i' program Friday afternoonfor ject Stormfury, a joint Department from Attack Squadron VA 75 lity's Commanding Officer and they should definitely take good
193 teenagers who will be of Defense Department Project Coordinator, Capt. R. look at what the Navy has

\ I working as aides this summer of Commerce program,Is to J. Brazzell. to offer -- I think they'll findit
I aboard base under the President's experiment on hurricanes for Max Edelstein, Naval Weather can't be beat," the Com-
f 7 Youth Opportunity Campaign better understanding and event- toDoctor Service Command Headquarters, mander stated.Commander.

,, which provides jobs and training ual modification of severe gave the status report of the Heflin, native of
for young people all over the project from the Washingtonlevel
storms.
West Union, W. Va., earned his
including newly approved
country. Dr Gentry pointed out that the bacheolor of science degree at
This year's total is more than operating ground rules.
'! main experiment this year is West Virginia University.Before
Represented at the two day
number hiredin
double the
youths
the Eyewall Experiment,which is session were the Naval Weapons being assigned here April 12,
previous years according to thestation's designed to alter cloud conditionsin Center, China Lake, Calif.Hur 1967 he was attached to the
De-
Industrial Relations
the band Field Command Defense Atomic
eyewall and to causea ricane Reserach Lab Miami
partment. Although most of them partial dispersion of the energy ; Support Agency i in New Mexico.
VW 4, Naval Weather Service
of
are newcomers, 35 those now
onboard have worked aboard the concentrated within a hur- d Command Headquarters; Com- *'I think it only appropriatethat

station parttime during the past ricane's center. Fairjax, Naval Air Force Atlantic I begin and end my Navy
school The experiment will be carriedout Fleet, Naval Weather career at the same base" Com-
Professional year. counselors from be seeding clouds around Reserach Facility, Norfolk, Va., mander Heflin mused, "howeverit
the Duval County School System, the eye of the storm with silver USAF 53rd Weather Reconnaissance was only a coincidence."

j F: 2, Mrs. Charlotte Stewart and Mrs. iodine in order to release. latent Squadron, Puerto Rico,and Commander Heflin and l his wife
Connie Rogerson, have been em- heat. the Reserach Flight Facility, Arlene, have three children, and
1 J- A Several experiments in seed- '-- Miami and the University of Mia- will make their home in Albuquerque
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Sacrifice for FreedomWhat a ROMAN CATHOLIC


St. Edwards Chapel
does the Fourth of July mean to you? Is it just another day
off from work -- a day to loaf around the house, head for the beachor SUNDAY MASS9a.m..
mountains, or go to a ball game -- or have you given some,:on- DAILY MASS -- -11:30a.m. '
sideration to the real meaning of Independence Day? SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
Think back to your school days for a minute and recall what N + CONFESSIONS5 p.m.-
you learned about the Declaration of Independence. It containsa i ?: k aNEW 5:30 and 7 -
e p.m. p.m.
theory of government and a list of specific acts which made sep- 7:30 p.m.
aration from England necessary at that time.It TUESDAYSingle
was a case of less than three million people challengingthe Young Catholic Organ-
most powerful political and military nation in the world. The ization - 7:30
people in America wanted their freedom and they were prepared p.m.
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n JOBS Lt. Elizabeth Smith, Project Transition officer,
kl -'+ .. -M explains Civil Service examination techniques to AOCS CS. PROTESTANTAll

tj.tt? .' .. : It' Weeks (L) and QMCS J.D. Lyles. Project Transition gives
:\ FR qo M guidance and assistance to Navy personnel returning to civilian Saints Chapel

:.; ;;JJ life. A Postal class is currently being conducted a- SUNDAY
".,... r"-- board the base. Divine Worship Service10 -
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:. > New Florida Law Youth Fellowship5 -

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-SA ,, : iI-if' : l, r,SACRIFICE J'e'%I6S'i46._ Drunk Drivers Must Senior Bldg 6:30 p.m.Youth Fellowship--

p.m.WEDNESDAY
to fight for it. Whether rich or poor, they were prepared to sacri- Choir Rehearsal -
fice everything for that elusive ideal -- freedom.It Take Alcohol TestsFlorida 7:30 p.m.
took seven years of sacrifice and bitter fighting to win that THURSDAYYoung
easily declared independence. Since then, nearly 41 million other Adult Club7:30 p.m.
Americans have served on battlefields all over the world to per- law enforcement officials may be made by authorized per- Bldg #722Christia"
petuate the freedom and independence declared July 4, 1776. More have a new and powerful sons of the driver's choosing under Science Service
than a million of them have given their lives. weapon designed to keep drunken laboratory or hospital con- 7:30p.m.Bldg751.
As we observe Independence: Day 1968, another quarter of drivers off Florida's streets ditions. This test would be in * *
a million Americans are serving the cause of freedom on a and highways by the Implied Con- addition to the one given by law
far flung battlefield. For them, there will be no holiday -- no sent Law which went into effect enforcement officers.

beaches, picnics or ball games. Monday.The ReduceAccidentsThe TrafficViolations
For all Americans, freedom and independence should not be mere Implied Consent taw was
words or excuses for a day off, but living, vital idealsworththe same part of a five point programof law is expected to have
sacrifices today that they were worth in 1776. (AFPS) traffic safety laws enacted by dramatic results in reducing accidents -
the 1967 Legislature.Test resulting from drunken
drivers. Nationally, it Is esti-
Your Life's at StakeIn mated, one in every 10 acci-
I The Implied Consent Law dents and more than half of the The following is a report of

holiday periods of three four duration states that by accepting the pri- fatal accidents involved one or motor vehicle accidents and traf-
or days fatality fig-
ures of 450 and 550 seem to be the rule rather than the exception.But vilige of driving in Florida,every more persons who have been fic violations for the period June
driver, resident and tourist, .
18 through 24.
this. fails the full drinking.In
to give picture -- there are likely 35 disabling
has given his implied consent to Number of AccidentsThis
c injuries for everyone that dies. Florida, the Highway Patrol
, submit to a chemical test for Week - - -10
Congestion is the first factor which contributes to the dangers estimated liquor contributed to
,, holiday driving. Everyone free to do so will climb into the family intoxication.The 15,572 accidents in 1966, 285 of Total Accidents this yeur through
car and take to the road. About three times the usual number of chemical test is required them fatal. In a recent one June 24 - - 171
I cars are out there to keep you company. when a law enforcement officer year period in Dade County, 47 Number of Accidents through"
I Congestion also produces maddening snarls at traffic lights, has reasonable cause to believethe per cent of the dead drivers June 1967 - - 182
and it invites chance-taking by less wary and patient drivers and driver was under the influenceof and 54 per cent of the dead ped- Total number of days since
following intervals are sharply reduced. alcohol and places him under estrains tested had alcohol last injury in a motor vehicle
( lawful arrest. in their blood when they accident '----------3
Slow Down Number of ViolationsThis
died.
The test may be made of thedriver's
Drivers should know the of Week - - -40
futility trying to maintian a schedule
breath, urine or salvia. "Yet In spite of the extent of
: because of the traffic slow down produced by holiday traffic. The Results indicating more than the problem," Treasurer Wil- Speeding - - -8
average pace drops down because congestion makes it difficultto 0.10 per cent by weight of alcohol liams said, "up to now law enforcement Reckless Driving - -2
pass the slow moving vehicles, so traffic piles up into long in the blood will be con- officers' hands have Going through Stop Sign 3
jams, from which tormented souls try to excape with some wild sidered proof that the person'snormal been tied because they were unable Other Violations27
passing attempts. These result in accidents too often they involve faculties were impairedby to produce conclusive evi- Thirty four drivers appeared -
the innocent. alcohol.A dence of intoxication in court." before the Traffic Hearing
When you are caught in the holiday traffic slow down, go with the Board at the meeting held on
tide ,Don't fight the problem by trying to thread your way past one driver may refuse to submitto "Now," he predicted, "when June 27. Disposition of the cas-
jam only to overtake another. the .chemical test*, but his drivers become aware that the es included the following: Ele-
I refusal will automatically resultin driving while intoxicatedlaws '
Safety Check ven lost driving and 'parking privileges -
Before you start on your holiday outing, take the time to give six months suspension. of his will be rigidly and efficiently aboard station for various
your car a safety check by (1)) adjusting rearview mirrors, both drivers license. enforced, they will be compelledto periods; nine were assigned to
inside and out, for best visibility, ((2)) checking headlights, brake, At the driver's request, and change their drinking driv- complete an eight hour course
stop and turn signal lights, ((3)) clearing rear seat shelf of pack- at his own expense, a blood testNo ing habits. in remedial driving. Eight received -
ages and loose objects and ((4)) adjusting seat belts properly. suspensions; Two were
After you get on the highway follow these safety tips: given warnings; Three were
Pull into traffic carefully and stick to your lane except when Worthy Substitute'By dismissed and Ten were fined
passing -- pass with care, but don't hesitate and never pass on a hill (U. S. Commissioner). Twenty
or blind curve. eight drivers were assessed 67
LCdr.
J. E.
Practice defensive driving -- expect the unexpected and watch Dorsey, CHC traffic points'.

for*pedestrians.Take time avoid The paper reported that jittery aspirin, sleeping pills, pep pills SUMMER JOBSContinued 4
your to fatigue by stopping for rest on long (
trips. Americans were advised to takea and tranquilizers. from Page I)
tip from i sobered alcholics and In other cases, man seeks refuge ployed to provide a link between
get religion.This remedy for jitters from intolerable stressesin school and the job and 1.0 guide
was prescribed by a director narcotics, alchololism,neuroticism and counsel the summer employees. -
of health education for the A- divorce and the mad .
merican Medical Association.It search for pleasure and the cynical The training and experiencethey
JT A X AIR NE"W".S took this old newspaper philosophy of making friends receive during this period of
article to open my eyes to the and Influencing people. employment can play an impor-
reality and vitality of religionin tant pan in helping these young
The lAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise' Newspaper American. I had no ideal! But""he finds no escape in people recognize their own apti-
distributed' each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air' Station It was an eye opening revela- these, the doctor said, adding, tudes, identify their occupational
Jacksonville, Florida' by the Molt Publishing' Company "only when he turns -- as mil- interests and choose a career
a private firm AU Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR tion."Surrounded by problems, lions of alcoholics have done -- requiring maximum use of their
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. Box threats and confusion fearfulof to the God whom he has neglected natural abilities.
2. NAS Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub-
and denied does man find the
Impending chaos, man strives The teenagers wiU return to
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone
772 3118 or 3119. for serenity -- and fails to findit serenity, the peace of mind, the school this ''September. They will
,*' the good doctor said. peace of soul,which"he has sought be limited to no more than 700
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries. "The impact of this emotional elsewhere. in vain. hours work this summer.
concerning' such should be directed to unrest on the physical body,"the Back to religion. And why Friday's orientation Included

The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. doctor related, "helps produce not? What has the world to offeras topics on safety, appointment information -
Jacksonville, Fla 32210 Telephone 388 2755 ulcers, high blood pressure, a worthy substitute? People the NAS briefing,pay
hardening of the arteries, heart may find fault with the Church, leave, attendance and conduct.
attacks strokes, aJergies and but you get that which the world The summer group have been
VOL. 26 NO. IS JULY 3, 1968 many other conditions." cannot give you -- peace,perfect broken down into three sectionsand ..
To control tensions the doctor peace, "the peace of God which will work at the Naval Air
noted, many people are gobbling passeth all understanding." Rework Facility and the air sta

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UNIFORMED SERVICES HEALTH BENEFITS PROGRAMThe J



following are questions and physician, and the prevailing program is entirely voluntary for but the receipt must specificallystate Department of the Army,Denver,
answers about the CivilianHealthf charges of other physicians in the physician and all other sour- that it is for insulin. Colorado, 80240.
and Medical Program of the Uni- the community for similar ser- ces of health care. __Further information about the
formed Services. (CHAMPUS). vices. If the care furnished involves Q: What does"participation"mean Q: When & beneficiary pays Uniformed Services Health Benefits -
Q: What is the Civilian Health unusual circumstances ? charges which exceed those Program may be obtained
and Medical Program of the Uni- and professional effort, this also A: The phsyician or other determined to be reasonable under through the Health Benefits Pro-
formed Services (CHAMPUS)? is taken into account. Similar source of health care participatesin CKAMPUS will he be reim- grams Information Office at each
A This is under CHAMPUS BY bursed in full? Naval Hospital.
: a program procedures are used to determine : Providing
which beneficiaries may receivea reasonable charges for services authorized care to the CHAM- A: No. The beneficiary can Claims should be filed on:
wide range of civilian health allied to medicine. Hospital PUS beneficiary; Submitting the never be reimbursed more than DA Form 1863 1 Service-
care services with a significant charges are determined to be claim to the fiscal agent for pay- the government's share of the and/or Supplies Provided by Civilian -
share of the cost paid for by reasonable when they are the ment. This claim includes an reasonable charges. In this situation Hospitals. (Hospitals
the government.Q customary charges of that hos- agreement to accept as full pay- the beneficiary must a- and other Inpatient facilities usually -
: Who is eligible for CHAMPUS. pital. A charge determined to be ment for his services the amount sorb not only his share of the have supply of forms. If
benefits? reasonable is allowable under authorized as payable under the charge determined to be reason- not available, may be obtained
A: The following categories of CHAMPUS.Q program.Q able, but also any amount over from fiscal agent, Navy medical
persons are eligible for CHAM- : How much of the charge : What if a beneficiary the reasonable charge. If the facility, or Navy supply sys-
PUS benefits: Spouses .and chil- must the CHAMPUS beneficiarypay tains care from'a physician or patient had obtained services tem.) "
dren of members serving on active ? other sources of health care from a participating physician, DA Form 1863 2 Services
duty under orders which do A: Spouses and children of who chooses not to participate in he would not have had the additional and/or Supplies provided by Civilian -
not specify a period of less than active duty members: For in- the program? amount to pay. The spon- Sources (except hospitals)
thirty-one days; Retired mem- patient Care: Must pay the first A: Under these circum- sor or patient can ask at the (May be obtained from fiscal a-
bers (and former members) en- $25 of the hospital charge or stances the patient would have no time of initial visit whether the gent, Navy medical facility, or
titled to retired, retainer or $1.75 a day, whichever is greater. choice but to pay the bill infull. physician or other source of Navy supply system.)
equivalent pay and their spouses The government pays the remainder The patient may then submit a health care agrees to the terms
and children; and spouses and of the reasonable claim for reimbursementforthe of participation as outlined in
children of members who die charges; For Outpatient Care: government's share of the allow- question 8. WE FINANCE ALL
while serving on active duty or (for example, visits to the doc-. able charge, attaching to the
while entitled to retired,retainer tor's office or clinic), must pay claim form a receipt marked Q: Where can 'I get further SERVICE PERSONNEL
or equivalent pay. the first $50 (the deductible) "Paid" and signed by the information about CHAMPUS? ] 63 Plymouth V-8 4 Dr. .... $295
Q: Are all health car ser- each fiscal year, plus 20%of the source of care or an authorized 56 Chevy2Dr. H/T 'SS-5265
vices payable under GRAMPUS? charges over the $50 deductible. agent. Such receipts must indi- A: Detailed information about [61 Coruoir2Dr, FS $495
A: No.While the range of ben- However, a family with two or cate specifically the name of medical care from civilian Ten cart below $100
efits is very great, not every more eligible beneficaries receiving the patient, diagnosis, service sources under the Uniformed
health care service is payable. care pays a maximum of provided and dates thereof, and Services Health Benefits Pro- CROWNAUTO
Some examples of health care $100 each fiscal year, plus 20% the charges. Drug receipts must gram may be obtained from: The
services not payable under the of the charges in excess of $1t)0. indicate the name of the patient, nearest unfiromed services med- SALES
program are domiciliary or custodial The government pays the remain the prescription number, the ical facility, or, the Executive 1222 Main St.
care, dental care (exceptas der of the reasonable charges.All date filled, and the amoung char- Director, Office for the Civilian (Between 2nd & 3rd)
a necessary part of medical other eligiblebeneficaries: ged. In the case of insulin, no Health and Medical Programof 3552378K&KnaiR
treatment), spectables, hearing For Inpatient Care must pay prescription number is required the Uniformed Services,OTSG

aids, and well-baby care. 25% of the hospital charges and u UU.A.U.'._' .. Y. .. .........."-,.......--.-...,_.. .. ..."....."'.':'..'"_--.:. .:.... .. ,'.. :::...-c.'::::" ..g .:: .;.. ,.<
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Q: Does the government pay fees professional personnel.The ;
the entire cost for authorized government pays the remain- :: : .
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health services? der of reasonable charges; For :.i lI
A: No. CHAMPUS is a cost- Outpatient Care must pay the
sharing program. The govern- first $50 (the deductible) each >< ,;xI -*! ,*
ment a significant portion of fiscal plus 25%/ of the ? Are -i
pays year $: t>;: : ;x: '::::< ':<;-:" you Vi"L: ; -"'<:":: ':':"" i
the charges determined to be charges in excess of $100. The
reasonable, and the patient pays government pays the remainderof
the remainder. A charge is allowable reasonable charges; For Out- as much as you. should?. i
under the program if it patient Care -must pay the first v \ '' \
has been determined to be rea- $50 (the deductible) each fiscal Y't ,thjy.
sonable.Q year, plus 25of the charges over .
: How are charges determinedto the deductible. However, a
be reasonable under CHAM- family with two or more eligible
PUS? beneficiaries pays a maximum .
A: Claims for payment are sub- $100, plus 25% of the chargesin iI
mitted to civilian agencies under excess of $100. The govern- s,. ,cttifhi
contract with the government to ment pays the reaminder of the
serve as fiscal agents for the 'reasonable charges.Q. .
program. In determining if a Do all civilian sources of
charge is reasonable, the fiscal health care participate in CHAM-
agent takes into account the cus- PUS? __
tomary charges made by the A: No. Participation In the

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ADEY! r NATTC : Behine The Scene I I ICapt.


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3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771.3385 R. P. Kline, command Mrs. lona N. Thompson and ties and equipment for a wide
of activities. Swimming,
ing officer at Naval Air Technical Ben H Usry. range
Center, presented Captain Kline told the group life saving, rowing, canoeing,
Training
LADIES NIGHT EVERY THURS.MIXED Sustained Superior Performance that loyalty and devotion to'duty sailing archery of,and the nature activitiesin studyare
vital In achieving an outstanding some
Awards to 21 civilian employeesJune are
25.Those. performance rating. which the scouts participate.
DRINKS FORHalfPrice receiving a rating of The captain expressed his appreciation A Marine rifle range is avail-
able for the boys .
use.NATTCs
Mrs. FlorenceG. to the recipients and
Superior were:
S S S S S S
Anders, Mrs. Hazel M. Bei- hoped that they could enjoy the
C. Bickner, Mrs. together next year. former Executive
hoffer Henry same get
4 S Officer, Cdr. J. G. Ballou, spoketo
LADIES ONLY Mary E. Ellis, Mrs. Intha L.
Eubank, Mrs. Lorene L. Fair- Boy Scout Troop sponsored the Northside Business Men's
DANCINGEVERYHIGHT cloth, Mrs. Audrey H. Free- by NATTC, returned from Club luncheon on June 25. The
DRIVE-IH SERVICE man, Parron G. Gallop Mrs. summer camp Friday. Eleven topic of Commander Ballou's
I Vergie L. Green, Mrs. LauraB. boys from the troop and their speech was"the "Navy's Role tn
i Harrison, Mrs. Julia M. adult leader ADR3 Mark Graffof Antarctica. dealing especiallywith
CASE LOTS at Johnson, Mrs. Dorothy L. Jones, VP 7 spent six days at "Deep Freeze 1966"
Joseph E. Kurtright, Mrs. Mar- Baden Powell Scout Reserva- and current development in An-
garet O. McCall, Joseph A. Mc- tion. tarctica. "
WHOLESALE PRICES Manus, Walter L. Rambo, Mrs. The reservation located between John Graveley, president of the
Pauline E. Reeder, William M. Hawthorne and Melrose, club commended Commander
Ross Mis. Alice P. Stamps, provides the soouts with facili- Ballou on presenting the pro-
gram that was well received
by the club members and their
guests. One of the club members
,' WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS attending the luncheon was Cdr.
:, John F. Capko, USN (Ret).
The Northside club formedin
1953, holds weekly meet-
AFTER RETIREMENT? ings.
I ; S S S S S S
Requiem Mass was celebratedin
memory of AN Walter Kahaeula
: : Marciel, at St. Edward's Chapel
: < 4 r June 27.
t M1 : S>. -L ; r A native of Hawaii Airman

,, A_ Marcie reported to NATTC on
: '. ",3 '- ,_* x. May 1, 1967 from training In
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to general duty at AO
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t was flown to Hawaii for burial.
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"Is life to dear, or peace so
sweet,as to be purchased at
the price of chains and slav
WLtW ; ery? Forbid it, Almighty
God I I know not what course:
others may take, but as for
me, give me liberty, or give
me death!" Speech in Virginia
H Convention,St.Johnfg
S Episcopal Church, Richmond -
Virginia
(March 23,1115)

.Buy. US.'Savlng, $ Qo.nds.
TOP GRADUATE-Roger S. Willi!, (r) of the Public Works Car new Fceedpfn Shared: .
: .
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penter Shop, receives an award as outstanding graduate ap w .. '
prentice from Charles G. Hart, president of the'local' National r---------- Nth
Association of Superintendents of U.S. Naval Shore Establish* I .
ments. Willi! was one of 19 apprentice graduates of the Naval .:
Air Rework Facility and Public Works Department. : pj lrOI 1

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Employment Office MONEY SAVERS-Capt. C.T. Faulders, NARF CO, presents
cash awards to (I to r) Joesph F. Perritt. Kenneth B. Olyer, rMOTORS,!
James C. Erwin and Jerome H. Duis, for their beneficial suggestions '
Lists 12 New JobsMerit which will save the Navy more than $85,000. 1 I
I P-L-E-N-T-Y I
I of VW's1! .
promotions opportunities Assistant, GS 9, Educational Men Awarded CashFour
currently open for receiptof Counselor, GS 9, and MPB No. 1ORDSc....... I
applications are listed below. 118 68 Military Personnel : CouDe.S790l
The area of consideration and Technician, GS 7. Area of men of the Naval Air the Navy will be more than. $25, 63 CHEVY-Convert. .$7401
closing date of each is shown. consideration: Nationwide. Applications Rework Facility (NARF) here, 000. I62CHEVY6 Cyl. $4401
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D will be accepted received cash awards last week A $950. combined cash award 163 VW-Sedan . $5401
Grade levels GS 4 and below, through the close of business July for their beneficial sugges- was presented to James C. Er- 164 NOVA. . .$6951
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all tions which will save uie Navy win and Jerome H. Duis for
18.MPB more than $85,000. their $60,000 savings J Hard Top Coupe 1
semi skilled positions pay level No. 119 68 Electronics sugges-
7 and below and MPB No. 83 Mechanics (Ground Systems). tion for an adjustment and mea- P 60 OLDS Sedan. $3901'
67 Plan B all skilled posi- Area of consideration: NARF, Joseph F. Perritt and Ken- suring tool. The measuring tool I ........... 1I
above. NAS NARTU neth B. Olyer received a $775. was designed to permit adjust-
tions pay level and Area COMFAIRJAX
,; of consideration: NAS, NARF, FAETULANT, Navy Hospital, cash award for their combined ing on an ASB 12 radar an- | Buy-SelJ.FiHBHce.ce [
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, FAE- Navy .Commissary Stores and suggestion for ahingepin extrac- tenna without risking i damage
j TULANT, Navy Hospital, Navy Navy Recruiting Station, Jack tor. to the duel reflector assembly.The : 6566 Normandy J Ji
'''I: Commissary Stores and Navy Recruiting sonville. Applications will be accepted The two NARF men designedthe four men received their Boulevard i
'Ii" Station, Jacksonville. through the close of pin extractor to eliminate awards in.a brief ceremony heldin
. Applications for these positions business July 10.Continued damage to hinge pins when they the NARF Commanding Of 781-4978 !
will be accepted at any time. A fleer's office.
( are removed. Their savings> for
on Page 9))
i separate application must be 1.-----------.1,
filled for each position in which

, interested.MPB No. 158 67 Industrial

I Engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 and 11. now.: I
! Area of consideration: Nation
wide. Applications will be accepted .
until the needs of the
I service are met and will be con-
!:' sidered as received.
'i MPB No. 108 68 Supervisory
: Aerospace Engineer, GS 12. I
\ Area of consideration: Nation-
f wide. Applications will be accepted -
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through the close of business -
: July 11. J54
I MPB No. 116 68 Education
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12 Twelve Black more Black FalconsPresented Wings Falcons of "' w_.."....,... _.... ::;,-."' I NARTU News and Views I.:; .


Patrol Squadron Seven now wear I' 't
.
Navy wings of gold following their ;: By Skip Fairfield he became and presented honorman cer,
NAS Charlestown
designations as fully qualified i" ;' NARTU Public AffairsA tificates. More than 70 guests
... plank owner of USS PhilippineSea
Combat Aircrewmen.Each in the commis- were on hand to watch as the
of the new aircrewmen former NARTU "Week -end participating recruit battalion climaxed two
receivied his wings from his Warrior", Cdr. ElmerG.Hiber, sioning ceremony, acceptance cruise. weeks of intensified military
down
patrol plane commander, and y.t 1 assumed command of the Armed trials, and shake training-
Released to inactive duty in .
Cdr. R. F. Wenzel squadronCO Forces Examining and Entrance
added his congratulations. Station, Jacksonville, Monday. 1947 he became affiliated with NARTU's VR 742 left Mon-

Receiving wings were: Crew He relieved Cdr. Robert J. the NAS Naval Columbus Air Reserve, Ohio.Programat Here day, for Barber's Point, Hawaii,
One's AE2 L. D. Chilton. Crew Watkins, commanding officer civilian for their annual two week active -
his
Two's ATN2 W. F. Singleton since March 1966, who was retired he pursued occupa- duty training$: cruise.
AN D. L. Hopper, .AE2 G. Monday after more than 32 tion as engineer.In he received ordersto The squadron Is commanded by .
1952
W. Hammons and ATN 3 S. D. years of naval service. The commander Cdr. M. R. McCann A "Week-
NAS Jackson-
NEW WO -- Warrant OfficerC. active duty at
Behefield; Crew Six's AE2 R. will remain in the Jacksonville from
Warrior" Miami.
AO'A. R. Roberts of Patrol Squad ville. He was assigned to VF- end
A. Getchell; Crew Eight's area following retire-
ordnance officer and administrative During the training cruise the
J. Haman; Crew Nine's AX2S. ron Seven has been added to the ment. 171 as
L. Leonard, and ADR2 F. W. list of former enlisted min to Born in Cincinnati, in 1922, officer. squadron will be working with
make warrant. In September 1954, he was released regular Navy transport squadrons -
Daniel; and Crew Eleven's AO2 Commander Huber attended elementary .
J. D. Tesch, AN R. K. Bergrenand Cdr. R. F. Wenzel CO, VP7 secondary schools and again to inactive duty and
AE2 A. J. Kula. presented Roberts his WO college in his native city. become affiliated with the Naval
appointment at a ceremony attended He entered the Navy in Nov- Air Reserve Program at NAS
by Mrs. Roberts. ember 1942 and in 1944 he was Columbus
WO1 Roberts entered the commissioned an ensign and was In 1957 he returned to Jack-
CanYouTAKE i Navy in August 1952 and was designated as a naval aviator. sonville as a private contractorand
designated a Combat Aircrew- Assigned to VP 13 he was design engineer. He trans-
man (ordnanceman) in 1954while ordnance officer and assistant ferred to NARTU Jax's VF-
YOUR CAR
MTH YOU? attached to Patrol Squadron 22 at safety officer where he flew 741 and participated in annual
Barbers Point, Hawaii. cruises to Port Lyautey, Morro- ,
' For Financing and Insurance F6T 5 Hellcats, operating off "
Stateside and Overseas Call Following tours at NAAS King- the USS Corregidor and the USS cco, Barber's Point, Hawaii, and
ville, Tex., as an S2F aircrewman Saratoga in the Pacific. the western Pacific area.
I DYER M. BURR the USS Randolph, special Returning to the U. S. in Nov- He has never missed an author-
i GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES detachments to London and the ember 1945 he was assigned to ized drill or annual two week
FINANCE CORPORATION Netherlands aoo N 5 l and land, he was advanced to chief VBF 20 stationed at Eliza- affiliated with Naval Air
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE aviation ordnanceman in Novem- beth City, N. C. and NAS Char- Reserve in 1947.
INSURANCE COMPANY ber 1964 while attached to NAS lestown, R. I. Here he flew He wears the following medals:
5615 Timucjiana' Rd. 771-0527 Jax. He has been attached to VP- Hellcats, F4U 5 Corsairsand American Campaign, Asiatic
I 7 since November 1965. F8F Bearcats. While atindepeivdence Pacific, WW H Victory, Naval

Occupative (Asia Clasp), China "'...
Service, National Defense Ser-
vice (with Bronze Star), Korean
I Service, U. S. Service, Naval
I I (0 Reserve, and Armed Forces Re-
'44S* serve.
I Mrs. Huber Is the former Ma- TOP INSTRUCTOR ADJCThomas -
rie Patricia O'Sea of McKees- E. Scott has been selectedas
I port, Pa. the Naval Air Training Det-
I
tachment Jacksonville instructor
-
of
I the year. I "
1 ; 1 More than 80 young men from Chief Scott will compete in .,:- : "
Florida graduated Sunday: from mid August at WAS Norfolk ,'f ';

,I NARTU's two week recruit with representatives from training ,.,tf r ttllIJ
training school. detachments from the East ':: ;:
I i
\ : Cdr. Fred Thorn, NARTU Coast for the title of instructor '"'

I 1 training ,officer, inspected of the year. '
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I Frogmen : The Navy's Expert Underwater Warriors

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I
Forced runs through mud for ultimate assignment to UDT ing to the UDT Training Center.
swamps, sand and surf obstacle duty and be screened to deter- Old injuries which may flare up I
courses hours of physical conditioning mine loyalty and integrity for may disqualify you. A historyof
exercises and 16 -hour access to classified matter. motion sickness may put you '
treks over rugged courses sur- He can't be a chronicoffender, out of the running.Reconnaissance.
rounded by land mines and con- can't have claustrophobia, can't and demolitionof :mry ;:
trolled explosives are Just a have any fear of water or explosives natural and man made obJects -
small portion of the Navy's Un- and have a personal per- is the primary missionof
derwater Demolition Training formance record which demon- the Underwater Demolition
course. strates that he is emotionally Teams. Secondary missions include -
The requirements are rigid.To stable. 'He must have the apparent sneak attacks experimental -
get into UDT, a man must ability to maintain composure under work, salvage operations and
not be less than 18 years of age adverse circumstances or emergency rescue details.An .
or older than 30. He can be of conditions.The Underwater Demolition
any pay grade and rating but volunteer must have a GCT Team usually consists of 15 officers -
j must be of mature disposition.He of 45 and a minimum of 30 months and 100 enlisted men. The
must have a genuine desire obligated service upon report- teams, normally divided into
five platoons, rely on team-
work and the personal capabilities -
of each member to operatein
an unfriendly environment un-
der the sea.
The course convenes three
xrk o times each year and lasts 24 0
.4 ,R pY weeks. To qualify a UDT man
today takes many months of train-

ing. Officers and enlisted men NAVY FROGMEN learn diving techniques and the use of self
the
undergo same training start- I
ing with Replacement Train- contained underwater breathing apparatus.

ing.It starts with four weeksof versed in varous phases of'military a rough 24 weeks of grueling
drill and tactics.If training but if he's man enoughto
swims toughening runs calisthenics, a man chooses it, he may make it, it's just liable to
races,
II I II II competitive find it the most demanding task be the most rewarding, most
I and rubber boating.The .
I I games of his military service, quite stimulating experience he can
following weeks are filled possibly during: his lifetime. Its have.
with long hours of classroom
work, exercise runs, open -
sea swims, study and practicein ''

sance demolitions techniques.Five and. reconnais ;; Jax Marine News

weeks.are spent In Roosevelt -
Roads.Puerto Rico,where the
i trainees practice heavy demoli- By SSgt. Jim Custer

I tion, make live demolition raids
against Pineros Island.and complete --- -- --
----. of about
I a long ocean swim
Cpl.B. D.Currywas presentedthe Da Nang. The citation read in
seven miles.
I OBSTACLE COURSE running is small
a of the
part rigorous
Navy Achievement Medal by pan: "Corporal Curry's initiative -
i training each UDT trainee The rigorous training each man
goes through. receives makes him capable of Lt. Col. A. E. James CO of superior professionalism ,.
/ operating in hostile ocean environment the Marine Air detachment and unfaltering devotion to '
; Say Aloha of relying on his own during informal ceremonies in duty throughout reflect credit -
I ingenuity and endurance as well the colonel's office. Curry received upon himself the Marine Corps ,
the medal for his outstanding and the Naval Service." ,
Your Neighbor! as that of his teammates. ,,'
to .," Practically every type of physical service during 19 Curry is authorized to wear '
training begins every day' months of duty in Vietnam.He the Combat "V" with the medal.
at dawn with calisthenics. He was attached to the Supply The citation was signed for the
!H DRIVE TO. participates in many competitive Department of the First Light Secretary of the Navy by Maj.
sports and becomes well Antiaircraft Missile Battalion in Gen. Frank C. Tharin, acting

_...u'u..u.... ... '. commanding general, Fleet Ma-
rine Force, Pacific. Corporal
i Curry Is presently serving with
i HAWAII the Supply Section of the Marine
i Air Detachment.

i a DAYTON BEACH ... .. Arrivals & DeparturesSSgt.
Ronald F. Mather reported -
aboard last week for duty
I H4W44I with AE School as an instructor.
\ Prior to reporting to MAD,
Mather spent 13 months in Viet-
nam with the 1st Marine Air
I Wing. Nine of those 13 months
6"" were spent with the G 4
,. section of the 1st Marine Air
rs Wing headquarters in Da Nang.
s
4.r. 2301 S. Atlutic AYI., Departing the MAD scene after -
14 months Is Cpl. James
nil HAS EVERYTHINGI! Klein. Klein will report to the
dIVh Illustrative arts section of head-
Special quarters Marine Corps in Hen-
derson Hall. During his tenure
here Klein served as an illustrator -
Military Rates : at the NATTC training .
: facility.. Also leaving MAD is
f ; i l'pf I : ; '. SSgt. Cecil A. Simons who had
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M OtiMrM .4.r 12 141 .rvb.4 CM
p served
e .r,.. .,..', D.y Camp as a police sergeant
., during his seven months at MAD.
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Thursday: 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. CALL
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: NAS Cecil Field FACILITYOFFICE 24 Hr., Road

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MoviesMovies Club



will be shown nightly Schedules
at the NAS Jax theatre at 7:30
p.m. There will also be a Kiddie
Matinee at 2 p.m. Saturdays and
a regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- 0' CLUB -- Tomorrow, 4th of Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville: ,
days and holidays. The hospital July, the main club and package Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thursday.Ads .
theatre will have store will be closed. The annex, arriving' too late for this deadline will be published the following'week unless the .
one niAAtly"feature ceiling zero, pool and snack bar publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
7 Cecil
at Field will
p.m.
be received WITH the copy for the ad.
have two nightly shows duringthe will be open as usual. The Tune-
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- twisters will entertain Friday
Do Not Send CishRflte
inees will be shown on weekendsat night and Johnny Jelinek will take
2 and 5 over on Saturday. '
p.m.WEDNESDAY : MiBlmvn charge ((3 Hiss). . . :' :' .$2.00
July 3 BLUEJACKETS INN --Tonightthe .

NAS: "FLAMING FRONGIER" day UFO's afternoon will the entertain.Sixteen's Thurs will Per additional line ((4 words per 11.1)). .. . 0.50

starring Stewart Gran- entertain and the NuSounds will
ger and Pierre Brice. Rating take over that night Phil
Good. ((101 min.) Cay and the Chantels will en-
HOSPITAL: "P. J." starring tertain Friday night. The Main- 'DELRAY MANOR 110th & WIL-MAR APARTMENTS Near A Civilian UseForServiceKnow
George Peppard and Gayle street Bridge will be on hand Karen ,St. New all brick homes, NAS & Cecil, 1 blk w/of 5900 How
Hunnicutt. Rating Excellent. from 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday and AC Low 20's. Building Lots blk of Jammes Rd. Furn and Major Company has openings in
((117 min.) Phil Cay will return Saturday Available. Floyd White, Bldr. Unfurn. Apts. All new paInt,2BR, most areas of Fla., for men
C. FIELD: "PSYCHOUT" night. The Mainstreet Bridge 771-5643. LR, Kit Furn, Nook, Park 2 of ability, iniative and desire
starring Susan Strasberg. Rating will, return Sunday afternoon and cars, water & sewage & garbageincl. for higher than average earnings.
Good. ((97 min.) the UFO's will be on hand Sun- '"REAL ESTATE: We will help. .- only $85 mo. for unfurn. Complete training provided. Included -

THURSDAY, July 4 day night. The NuSounds will you Buy, Sell or Invest." Call 387-2541, nites and week- telephone number when
appear Monday night, the Main- ,Bowen Real Estate, Realtor ends Call 3890744.DO addressing inquiry to:
NAS: "BLACKBEARDS street Bridge Tuesday and the USN Retired 384 1376 Regional Supervisor
GHOST" starring Peter Ustinov UFO's on Wednesday. YOU WANT TO BE A DISC 2911 McCoy Road
and Dean Jones. Rating Ex- JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1 JOCKEY?? For information call: Orlando, Florida 32809
cellent. ((115 min.) FRA91--Tomorrow,4th of July, Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean 356 8351, Day or Night.
a bar b que with all the trim- modern trailers & Apts. 389- NEED SALE PERSON WITH
HOSPITAL: "FLAMING mings and all 'you can eat for 3007. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Florida Real Estate License*. '
FRONTIER" starring Stewart $1.50 will featured. There will Houses & VA & ONLY people sincerely inter-
Granger and Pierre Brice.Rating be hamburgers etc for the child ZIG ZAG FOR $43 FHA resales Apts.$50 Equity& $100, dwn. ested in helping Naval personnel
Good. (101 min.) ren. The 8 Ball's will provide SEWING Machine Original Guar- Call Powell Mills USN need apply. Terpening Realty
C. FIELD up. J." starring antee, Zig Zags, makes buttonholes or ,
: the music from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park 781 0020.
George Peppard and Gayle Hun Sews on buttons, deCorative Realty.
nicutt. Rating Excellent. ((117 CANDLELIGHT -- On Fridaya designs, monograms, etc.
FOR RENT 3 BR. HOUSE UN-
,
min.) buffet luncheon will be serv- Just pay balance $43 at $8 per HAVE LISTINGS FOR SEVERAL
FURN. Fenced Yard, CedarHills
ed from 11 12 for $1.25 month. Call Credit Manager.
FRIDAY, July 5 to noon .
Privately Owned Cars Ter. Avail. 1 Aug. 781 5557.
On Sunday a buffet will be. serv- Phone 353 1946 anytime. Will
NAS:. "A FACE OF WAR" ed from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. for deliver, no obligation. 1606 MainSt. 768 3618
HELP WANTED
Documentary on Marine actionin $2.15 for adults and $1.25 for LAKE LOTS
Female
Vietnam ((80 min.) dlildren. Dance to the music Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. Male or
HOSPITAL: "BLACKBEARDS provided by Charlie Jay on Fri- FOR RENT 2 BR.HOUSE,FURN. Terms. Call Owner 387-7379. Part Time
Immediate
GHOST" starring Peter Ustinov day night and Frank Lurenz on or Unfurn. Orange Park,temp. or EmploymentCall
and Dean Jones. Rating Ex Saturday night from 7:30 to 11:30 permanent Otrs. Will rent to 389-1744 for
cellent. ((117 min.) p.m. bachelors. 264 6884. appointment 9 12 A.M
C. FIELD: "FLAMING FRON- 1966 FAIRLANE GT 390 Al
TIER" starring Stewart Gran- 'CPO CLUB -- Tonight try the FOR RENT, 2 BR.Ala TRAILER Cond; $1995. Phone 388 4852 FOR SALE1964 2 DR. H/T,
ger and Pierre Brice.. Rating rib eye steak for $1.35. Tomorrow Couple or Bachelor .preferred after 5 p.m.WALNUT Bonneville, One Owner, A/CPS,
Good. ,((101 min.) pizzas go for $.75. Mark $75 per mo. Fishing Dock & PB, Must sell within next 2 weeks.
Castle will entertain Friday Launching privileges, Free boat FINISH DINING SET NAS Jax, 3501 or 2431; after ,
SATURDAY, July 6 night. Try the seafood specialfor during week. 264 9198. ((15 2 12" leaves, 4 chairs, large .;4 p.m. 771 3895.PART ,
NAS: "THE GREAT ES $1.25 Tommy C -- will min. from NAS) Buffet China Cabinet, $150.
CAPE" starring Steve McQueenand :) be under the spotlight Saturday Call 387 4871. TIME
James Garner. Rating Ex evening. Try tile sirloin steak MARRIED E-4's and above. Are
cellent. ((160 min.) dinner for $1.65 Saturday night FOR SALE you, having trouble making ends
HOSPITAL: "A FACE OF and the prime rib roast for j'.yy.i 12 x 36 Swimming Pool, Filter meet? We can work your hoursin
WAR" Documentary on Marine $1.95 on Sunday. ; Incl. Good Condition. Call with your duty schedule.Phone
action in Vietnam. ((80 min.) 771 6757. 264 6485.UNFURN..
C. FIELD: "BLACKBEARDS
GHOST" starring Peter Ustinov FOR RENT HOUSE FOR RENT
and Dean Jones. Rating Ex 3 Br. W/Range, Refrig.,Washer, 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath
cellent. ((115 min.) SOUTHSIDE FORD Year Round A/C, in Venetia Bungalow w/stove&ref rig.Furn.
Terrace, $95 Mo. Call 3846692. Dining Rm., Garage & Space
Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545, Call
New Jobs DISCOUNT TO ALL MILITARY PERSONNELMUSTANG 3 ROOMS FURN. APT. after July 8.

Utilities Furn., Baby or 1 child
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accepted. Near NASReasonable, '65 MUSTANG-3 SPEED STICK
MPH No. 120 68 Peripheral 389 0893. 6 Cyl., Maroon, New Tires.Good
Computer Equipment Operator, 'Cond. $1195. Ph. 771 9452.GIANT .
GS 5. Area of consideration: STEREO COMBINATION
NARF, NAS, NARTU,COMFAIR- CONSOLE MODEL with radio ppp
JAX FAETULANT, Navy Hos take up payments on beautiful
pital, Navy Commissary Stores stereo like new, 4 speed rec- SWAP MEETJAX
and Navy Recruiting Station, r ord changer. Balance due $68 LARGEST FLEA:
Jacksonville. Applications will or $8 per month. Phone 353-1946 MARKETCome
be accepted through the close of / .5.5USED .5o anytime. Ask for Credit Manager.Will Buy, Sell or Browse-
business Tuesday. deliver, no obligation. A-l Thousands of Items.
MPB No. 121 68 SupervisorySales : Music Center, 1606 Main St. Blanding Drive-In, Theatre
Store Clerk, GS 4 and Jacksonville. ,
Every Sat. I Oam 5:45pm
Sales Store Clerk, GS 2 and 3.
Sun. 12:305:45pm
Area of consideration: NARF, '63 FIAT 4-DR SEDAN $500. .
NAS, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Phone 389-6085. 768 7085 or 768 .4793

FAETULANT, Navy Hospital, .
Navy Commissary Stores and X,
Navy Recruiting Station, Jack-
sonville. Applications will be MONEY

accepted through the close, of Cash Monthly Months
business July 10. You Get Payment ta Pay .
All applicants must be ,careeror IN I I DAY .
career conditional em MUSTANGHEADQUARTERS $ 84.33 $5.00 24
ployees of the federal govern-
,ment. Applications for these 219.27 13.00 24
positions should be filed with $25 I o $600ARRANGED ,
1RD Box 22, NAS, Jacksonville:( 320.79 19.00 24
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427.51 25.00. 24
v

500.51 29.00 24
Regency SquareEXPLOSIE

ACTION! VS c BY PHONE 600.00 34.39. 24 ,

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: f The BEST AUTO BUY in town!

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VA-72 LCPO -;

t Makes Warrant j a s .f i: D lt j

f $x wPs' f ''': -'$
sl s .,1'1'1." 7' .. .
AEC ListonD.Pepper receivedhis ae / d
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appointment to Warrant Of- .;, ;. I t 'f"" '' .,;
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ficer last week during cere- / i'r d !
1Ge monies conducted by Cdr. R.A. ,.rj .( -;
Phillips commanding officer of .. l. #,.;,',,

VA-72. m s .J! :i;;: .
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WO1 Pepper has been the Lead-
,ter Ing Chief Petty Officer of VA-72 :l(.'. :
for the past two years. He will ." '

report to NAS Pensacola for : .. ..,. .
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Aviation Officer Indoctrination ./.. .. L. 11:
School, and then to HAS Lake- / .1 L '. : !
hurst NJ. for duty.A ,:" I:

veteran of 14 1/2 years of
Naval service, Mr. Pepper has
.Aircraft of VA 37 tow seen duty with VA-72 In South-
BIRDS ON THEIR WAY. are
RETIREMENT STROLL..Lt. Charles B. Lufburrow
east Asia and wears the Navy passes
ed along 103rd Street enroute from HAS Cecil Field to NARFat side 27 Naval
Commendation, Vietnam Service through boys following his retirement on years
I
HAS Jax.'Here. Medal by virtue of his service Service.

Come The Bulls'A aboard Originally the USS from Roosevelt.Towanda,Penna. Lt. aR.tir.s OH 27

., Mr. Pepper lives in Jack-
sonville with his wife Marilynand Cecil-Lt. Charles B. Lufburrow recent assignment as RATTC
clipped wing bird In the the "route" for the "World's two children, Katheline and RATTC Watch Officer Air Watch Officer with the Air Operations -
VA-37 "Bull Barn" didn't keep Fastest Sports Car" from NAS David. Operations Dept. here, was pre- Department has been no
this squadron from meeting its Cecil Field to NAS Jax. sented a citation for meritorious less exemplary. In all respectsyou
committments. When mechanical After obtaining a parade per- service by Capt. U.L. Fretwell, have set an example con-
difficulties prevented the mit and police escort,the curious station commanding officer,dur- sistent with thehighest traditions
"Bulls" from flying the "Bird"to caravan proceeded across 103rd ing a retirement ceremony last of the U.S. Naval Service."
the Naval Air Rework Facilityat street for the three hour trip, Monday.The '
NAS Jax for a modification followed by delighted children, citation read In pan: Among some of the duty Lt.
program, alert members of the barking dogs and i itrate motor- "On behalf of the Navy, it is Lufburrow served during his career -
squadron's Operations Depart ists. For the Bulls of VA37there's with great pleasure that I take were, USS Hornet, (CV-8)),
ment (Navigation and Touring always morethanonewayto this opportunity to commend you USS Block Island, USS Ticon-
Guide Division), began plotting accomplish the mission. on your twenty seven ((27)) yearsof deroga, VU-10 Guatanamo Bay .
faithful military service. You NAS Lakehurst, ZP-2 Glynco,
have performed an outstanding Ga., VC*3. Atlantic City,AE ((0)
I g-2RZ service to your country during School, Memphis, FASRON-107
difficult and dangerous times and Keflavik, Iceland, VF-107 Key
in your personal way contributed West, USS Bon Homme Richard.
to the protection of freedom :
throughout the world.During your Mr. Lufburrow a native ot
years of service you have set Penh Amboy, NJ., is marriedto
an example that others may be the former Ruth Watson of
proud of by receiving four ((4)) Chula Vista, California. They
awards of the Navy Good Con- have three children, Ilona, Wil-
( duct plus the medals and awards liam and Helen.Lt. .
E11Jt3o. listed below:
National Defense Service Med- Lufburrow, and his family !
al ((1st & 2nd awards), Air Medal plan on making Chula Vista,Cal I
y (three awards),Navy Commendation if. their permanent home now :
Medal. with Combat Clasp, that he has retired. :

.f WOI APPOINTMENT ..... American Campaign Medal, ..WINIWNnII11uIuIIIWNIWuu9WINuIIwluIwn11111NImuIuWATERFRONT. :
.fI Cdr. R.A. Phillips, ((1)I) Com- World War II Victory Medal i, LOTS |
.fI Vietnam Service Medal (two
Officer
manding of Attack
I Squadron stars), Navy Unit Commendation I ON CRYSTAL CLEAR I
Seventy-Two
congratulates I
Phillipine Defense Ribbon, Navy
I WOI I Pepper upon Occupation Medal (ASIA), (EU- | SANTA FE RIVER | !

. his appointment to Warrant ROPE), American Defense Ser- i "SEE THE FISH i
.
, Officer as Mrs. Pepper vice Medal. E BEFORE THEY BITE"

Need money? looks on. Your performance In your most I All lots shaded with jj .

large evergreen trees. | I II

See HFCThere 1 :: WESCONNETT I WATERVIEW LOW AS LOTS 3 I IAS I I


are times when borrowing is the sensible answer to FLORIST.We a $1 1 I 0 D...$1 0 '"M.at I

a money problem. That's the time to see your nearby Easy t.rms to suit tho Buyer
Household Finance Financed by lh.Owner
office manager. He's a specialist in
helping'servicemen meet money needs like paying bills, wire Flowers A huge waterfront park, I

buying a better car, taking a leave or meeting) an unex- Located halfway between Cecil & NAS at with two cold boiling
pected expense. And he'll tell you in advance what your F 103rd St. & Wesconnett Blvd. springs for swimming, |
loan will cost. Need money? Borrow from the number one 5329 WESCONNETT BLVD. a picnicking and camping |

lending company-Household Finance. is provided for all lot |
FREE DELIVERY RHONE 771-3770
Before you sign on the dotted line, owners., Enjoy these facilities |

know what your loan will cost. I FREE while lookf f

ing over the property.. i
Cash MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS
you Get 24 18 U 6 INNnauulaunnuuuuuammnnl maunnwmaluhmahWlnnannWa I Also/ Available/ /
pays.ft paymb psymtl Paymtt
ACREAGE TRACTS
$100 5.93 7.29 10.07 $18.48 FIRST JO 20 40 Acres
200 11,86 14.59 20.14 36.97 QUALITY $9.95NO and
Acreage
I Large
300 17,79 21.88 '30.21 55.45 S SECONDSI! ss
500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78 F.E.T. $1.81 Tracts
600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
Charges art computed at 3% on twlHIT'of 24 Moith 11.95 ,wt can 1III
tcktauUd monthly balancn not istttdini$300 M ..
and 2% on any "m/l 1tdn. Tktt schtdult it F.E.T. $2.21
baud on Prompt paywaand includaehores. Fritz: or 1

::;:-" 24,000 Mile $13.95 a III IIi III

HOUSEHO 1 CPO Owrnr GUARANTEEUnconditional F.E.T. $2.36 I

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FINANCE nmmnim.mINmiimantlnumlimnimntwnullInhIINININNuuHIIRIMONEY
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Penman Plaza Shopping Center W. finite yoM !II Military Service! a e I II II

1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 WE UNDERSELL ALL I I RA-BEA'S I

Department Stores, Company Stores and Independent Tire' Dealers
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 i.O44 I

25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 6015 BLANDING BLVD 771.3442 I Owner en Property
(Across from the House of Bargains' ) Drive out t.day.r writ..,call I
Cedar Hills Shopping Center 5444 Normandy Blvd. 389-0388 IRA L McCORMICK
3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone: 771-9190 2809 Mayport Road 246.4825 I '.0.10.642,High Spring,Fla. I j
.r For Immediate Information.
Ask abauf tour ovnnln h L
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Eagle Crew Returns


,i plcsaa : From Germany VisitSeven


officers and seven ed in the United States with
i "'Pa 1 enlisted men of Crew 5 from Pat- members of VP 16.
rol Squadron 16 have completeda Later the VP 16 contingent -
five day trip to Nordholz, Ger- departed for a two day
many and Mildenhall, England. visit to Hamburg and Bremer-
While in Germany they were haven where they sampled German -
hosted by Maritime Flying night life and took advantage
Squadron Two, a patrol squadronof of sightseeing tours and shop
;.vw. raw i pawcwv the Third German Naval Air ping trips..
Wing. This portion of the trip Enroute back to WAS Jax, the
_
.m.n was pan of a continuing exchange crew stopped of at MildenhallAFB
COMMITTEE MEETING -- The equal opportunity series between ASW air- in England for a post deployment
steering committee met June 25 for craft units provided for under a liaison conferencewith
its regular meeting to discuss problems of U. S. German Navy ASW exchange the Commander In Chief U. S.
i discrimination against minority groups. program. Naval Forces Europe staff in
Leading last week's discussion were: CSCR. Upon arrival, the plane com- London."
Cheeks, chairman of the committee, and mander, LCdr. W. R. Westlakeand
his crew were treated to a a
Seaman P.J. Randall The OppORfIMifY
secretary. com-
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e \ ;r n i mittee meets every two weeks and works foR S
Y refreshments at the officer and
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Center.WESCONNETT.. for the officers allowed several 5 ;
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their German counterparts. '
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i Girls! Sought to Attend I COMPUTER CORNER \



\ Mayport Midshipman BallJax By- Bud GoodeOver

the last ten years, home run power hitting has not beenas
important in winning baseball games as consistent back-to-back
l singles. Frank Howard, with has 20 home runs and .346 average
u Commander Destroyer Officials and coordinators of may want to argue the point with Curt Flood, 4 home runs, .333 a
i Squadron 142 and the Jackson- the Midshipmen's Ball are average. The fact is that Flood's St. Louis team is leading the
ville Junior Chamber of Commerce inviting interested ladies of the .4 National League while Washington is in the cellar.
;I will oo host a, formal Navy Community between 18 and A'C
But in close where home extra base
a pennant race one run or
Midshipmen Ball July 12 at 21 to attend.
;
hit the and the it is to
can mean game flag interesting see
ladies interested in obtaining
Young -
the Mayport Naval Station's Of- where the power lies. Computer Corner poured the season batting
'.', ficer's Club from 9 p.m. until a formal invitation to ?IUNIVERSAL statistics into our University Computing electronic evaluator to
'" 1 a.m. the Midshipmen's Ball should Y b y measure power hitting. Here are standings for the percentage of
contact Commander Destroyer hits which go for extra bases (through games of June'4)):
. .. First and Third Class Midshipmen Division 142, Mayport Naval K
' : currently attached to Station, by calling 246 5332
I Mayport based destroyers will by Friday. s NATIONAL LEAGUE POWB, % AMERICAN LEAGUE POWER %

I attend the affair, as will invited Only those holding an invi- ATLANTA ..109 DETROIT .116
CHICAGO
young' ladies of the Jacksonville tation will be admitted to. the ST. .093 WASHINGTON .097
LOUIS .082 MINNESOTA .091
civilian community. ball.
SAN FRANCISCO .071 CLEVELAND .086
CINCINNATI .073 BALTIMORE .086
PHILADELPHIA .071 BOSTON .083
Stewart Chalks
Up NEW YORK .070 CALIFORNIA .078
: HOUSTONPITTSBURGH .064 CHICAGO .069!
.Nl NEW YOU .065
11th Straight Win LOS ANGELES .051 OAXLAND' .064
Avenge .c7' Ayerap .os4

Jax -- Patrol squadron 45 by Aircraft Maintenance 11 10.
I dropped NARTU 9-3 last week American League action last The strongest power hitting teams are Detroit and Washington
behind the pitching of Don Stewart week saw the league leading Wea- .. in the American League. Horton, Freehan and Northrup lead the
who had 16 strike outs pons squad trounced COM- Tigers in total bases; and Howard, Stroud and McMullen are the
and brought his season's record FAIRJAX 13 4i; second place Senators' total base leaders.

toll-0. 679th clip Supply 2-1; Hos-
Stewart has averaged 14.2 pital wallop Fleet Air Wing ii, APPEAL -Incase The once dreaded New York Yankees have had their big guns
strike outs per game for his 13-2; VP 30 smash Medi- you don't recognize-her, spiked. Together with the Oakland Athletics, they bring up the
National League leading team cal 12 1 and NARF get by Sharon Harvey was one of the rear in American League power hitting.

I and has a total of 157 strike VP-5,7-6. lovelies appearing In the Uni- Atlanta, Chicago and St. Louis, much like last year, lead the
.1 outs to his credit. He has pitched versal-International film "P. J." National League in power hitting. The Dodgers are 10th. Without
1 eight shut outs in 11 games that extra base hit, L.A. will be lucky to finish in the first division.BBob's .
I : and has given up seven runs. SUPPORT Dental
Elsewhere in the National Lea- TakesAppointments

r: gue, second place ICEUR pick- THE FLIERSJax
ed up two games last week shut-
ting out Marine Barracks 11 0 Oak Hill
! and whipping Air Operation 131.
Jax -- of
Scheduling
The FICUER team now has a Navy Fliers vs. appoint-
10-2 record.In ments for children whose spon- Pure Service CenterOpen
Delta
Drugs sor's birth month is July began
other National
I action, the Gems dropped MARTD League Monday for the Dental Depanment's for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.

: 17-7, Admin clipped VP 16 Friday 7 p.m.Doubleheader. Program.Preventive Dentistry

( craft 14-11 Maintenance; VW 4 8-7 edged; Hos-Air- Appointments may bemadebythe recd servicepick up t dtliverytckuic

" pital defeated NARF 17-1; Dental sponsor Department or the spouse desk during at the II tilt, ,Antrim ft Fsrtlfi Curs
.
j 679th outlasted VP 30; 8-7; Hackroth Field working hours. At that time they
, Marine Barracks downed VW-4;
will be
given a definite appointment 103rd
& Jammes Road
1'' 3-2; NARTU stopped VP 16 -
and given 771 -9156
necessary Jacksonville. Florida
12 5 MARTD Admin
; edged
SATURDAYJax materials and instructions. No
I 12 10 and the Gems squeezed
Navy Fliers vs. telephone appointments can be
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