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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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February 22, 1968


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Published by the Holt Publishing.Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers
herein are tbelr own and not to be considered. an official i 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. .' j

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Says University Scientists Dean Executive- Order Gives Vets ;::1. '.

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Break Federal JobT'ests .7?
Asset to Navy u on ..,{"(

" A former naval officer Dr. Washington (AFPS) -- President Johnson has ordered the Civil ,\S''
Dan A. Thomas, now serving as Service Commission to provide Vietnam veterans with employment
vice president and dean of facultyof under "transitional appointments" in grades one through five x... j
Jacksonville University was without taking a competitive_examination. Under an executi order ;" j
guest speaker at the Armed For- signed Feb. 9, "qualified" Viet ':
ces Management Association,' nam veterans who have completedless armed forces, a year following .{
. Chapter 40 meeting here Feb.
than one year of education release from hospitalization or .
1 15.In > beyond high school,meet all other treatment immediately following .
1963 Dr. Thomas came to Civil service requirements and separation from the armed forces /
Jacksonville University after served in the armed forces on or a year after the effec-
serving as a Lt. (jg)' In the Navy. or after Aug. 6, 1964, will be tive date of the executive order,
He spent 1951-52 at the Naval eligible to enter federal employ- whichever is later.
Ordnance Laboratory,White Oak,
Si ment provided they agree to pursue -
Md. Advantages
studying high frequency
a full time or partime "
coustic reflectivity of sub- : MIII SY educational program under the Deputy Assistant Secretary of '
marines. GI Bill. Defense for Civilian Personnel I
lie said that although federal : : Carl Clewlow said the pro- l
laboratory scientific equipment T; Vacancies Exist grarn'sadvantages "really comes

Is superior to equipment used in : President Johnson said, "The when the man completes his specified -
university labs, the end resultsIn S new program will not affect the requirement for education
both show that basic researchhas :: budget and staff reductions I have and has performed effectivelyon ,
" had little effect on military ordered for federal agencies. the job. Under these circum- .
t. weapons systems. The actual Vacancies in a wide range of stances, a person may be con- :
: testing and evaluation of mil- skills and grades exist becauseof verted to career conditional or \
itary weapons systems through GONE WALKING -- A motorist was treated for shock personnel turnover. And manyof career employment when he has
applied research has been very following this wreck aboard base Feb. 9. The motorcyclewas these skills are In short sup furnished his employing agency
effective, according. the speaker. stopped at an Intersection on Child Street when the pass- some proof of the satisfactory
enger car skidded 67 feet before raming the rear of the motor- ply.According to the executive order completion of the required edu-
r Dr. Thomas concludedhispre- cycle. The impact knocked the cyclist over the forks of his those who apply for an cation or training when he has in '.
I sentation by stating that seienr cycle. and, onto the pavement on the other side of the road. appointment'and are hired willbe fact performed effectively on the .
r tists,engireers and physicists that While It was the only traffic violation of record for the car subject to: job over a specified period of time.
1.. universities produce are proving operator, he'll be traveling afoot until the middle of August, The satisfactory performance ,"This would bring him Into .
' and will continue to proveand valuable -, following' the'..Feb.-, 15. decision of..the..Station'Traffic Control: ,: of assigned duties; either ,the;\ careerr, conditional., 1 ;'
, asset to the the Hearing Board. .. The satisfactory completion which Is'a;:stepping'stone to competitive '.\
t 1 nation. within a reasonable time seryice --or into the ," "'''ri... "".
: set by the Civil Service Commission full competitive career' service: .
?' Officer Tells Wives I flT'SSIDE I I f of not less than one year which would give him the oppor- ',
of a full time approved educational tunity for continuing employment.This .

Editorial . Page 2 or training program,the in turn Implies that he has !
equivalent thereof, or two yearsof established a capability or increased -
About Hubby's Civil Service. '. Page 4 full time approved educationor his capacity to perform
training when an employee has which could lead to promotion
The slogan "Fly Navy" is Among the current Movies. . . Page not completed high school or its within the grade or advancementIn .

sage advice for career Navy officers and policies concerning Want Ads . .'. Page 9 equivalent. The the civil Department service scale.of Defense" ;.
. according to remarks delivered aviators are: Personnel eligible for appoint-
- by a Bureau of Naval Personnel Officer rotation Sports . . Page 11 ment must be hired within one
s detailing officer who been set up on .a basis year after separation from the (Continued on Page I 11)I)
. spoke before Navy wives here years at sea, followed -
: Friday. years at a shore Fleet Reser''ve Branch 91 Opens '
,.; Lt. Fred Mitchell talked to This new alternating "
local wives as a three-man team two" policy is expected I

.. Wound up a week of career briefings officers much more New HomeTomorrow Saturday Ceremonybership
here ,and at Cecil Field. their families than und ,
! Lieutenant Mitchell covered a former system. f
; wide spectrum of Navy policies The. need for flight will mark the grand of 70,000 is anorganiza- by representing its members in .
., and programs available for the tors is' of primary opening of the new home of ranch tion of career enlisted men and Congress on every piece of major
t career aviaiton officer includ- present because of the and Unit 91, Fleet Reserve Association temporary officers of the regular legislation affecting the serviceman. -
promotion: opportunities and of student pilots from at 5391 Collins Road in and reserve components of the .
. ;,........... educational benefits. lie stressed :: 2,525 per fiscal year. Orange, Park. Ribbon cutting Navy and Marine Corps who have All eligible Navy and Marine
that, top perfromance Is nec- tion officers due for ceremonies will begin at 11 a.m. four or more years of active or Corps personnel can assure
S essary for the officer who wishes under the new rotation All officers and members of obligated enlisted service, which themselves that their voice and
: to 'excel in the Navy's aviation ment can now anticipate branches and units throughout will give them a total of six years desires in connection with their
\ arm'. of ,duty at training'' Florida and the Southeast Region active service. rights and benefits, gained
FRA, and their guests have been The FRA has lived up to Its through military service, are
Several staff 2)I invited to attend along with local motto of "Loyalty,. Protection I.
protected and maintained through
have been changed from military and civic dignitaries.
.... to shore duty for Duval County Commissioner W. and Service," during the 46 years membership and participation in.
since Its organization In 1922, FRA activities.
r poses. Among the T. (Bill) Basford Jr., will be
c'' f ComFairJax FAW-11, and guest speaker for the ceremony. _._... ._- .._ ,_........._ -,- --_. -,- ,_.. ..
Air Detachments. Following the introduction of f I
? > All overseas staff duty FRA officials,dignitaries,guests J JoJ JI
." '. ,being considered as and Commissioner Basford'sad-
If Ihe"offleer ,1S)ccofn1': dress, the ribbon across ;the
r his dependents entranceway'will be'cut by Mrs. .
Bureau of Personnel Mary Hutchinson, president of ''
a v siders one-year Unit 91, Ladies Auxiliary.Guided \
overseas tour as two years tours and a buffet dinner will
duty when cutting orders. follow the ribbon cutting cere-
The Bureau '
., extended an open inv Branch 91, the oldest of fourin L
'. Navy wives to visit the Jacksonville area, was .4k ...
... .
with their husbands when from its former home Jo .. S
xs discussing orders. 8554 Roosevelt Blvd., last (
Few aviation September, when the site was .
t1i currently being ordered by the State for the newI ;;
vanced schools because of 295 right 'of way, cur- ..-.- f. a..
i fleet requirements. While rently under construction.. -#
officers are receiving With a membership of some
to service colleges, Branch 9Vha s' been hold-
have been selected for Post Ing Its regular meetings at the
Jackets Inn aboard the air
ute school have been
-- Lt. Mitchell tells wiv
while the new home was
Na'iY'ill1 make
officer de- every
ISAKEY promotions r. constryetic i ; :
on performance. '.' .(Continued on" Page, ) The FRA wtthanattonalmem- : : : : FRA; Branch 91. Opens Tomorrow.r .. '. .- -' -,', .- ]!


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February 23, 1968

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Editorial View Points f ;
D'I V n e Se t v 1'--.8' S
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Edward's Chapel
history progresses;' ,! oti> ;great figures become more and

more legepdsfa[ ilpeia and> less individuals with human emotions ,SUNDAY MASS9 a.m.
Such has'oem the' caJeJW1thrgeorge Washington, whose birth- xi and 11a.m.DAILY .
day we observe Feb. 22. Here was a man'deeply loved in his MASS - -11:30 a.m.
own time who has been transformed by time, into an impersonal SATURDAY MASS -- -9 a.m.

legend. Religious Education Classes
T-he"WashiDgtpn"legeg4 differs from the reality of the man.
(Grade School) -- 9:45 a.m.
He' was .a vise, modest ahj altogether human-individual, blessed CONFESSIONS5 p.m.
with an unshakable faith in self-got+ernmenr and'tile ultimate attainment -5:30 p.m. and,7 p.m. -7:30p.m.
of national unity for our fledging nation.In MONDAY
the role of supreme military commander, military mis- 'Education Classes
fortunes taught him much. He had the ability, however, to learn Religious ------I
well from experience. (High p.m.

,, ... ........ ...' TUESDAY
.P '
,':it ; :t( ;" ,:'t',: i -r-- Single Young Catholic Organi-
B";..r j. ..,' ...
,'WA'. ../ '''' r zation - -. 7:30: p.m.
{it{; tt 9Tie lIl'dnun ) 1If THURSDAY-CATHOLIC CHOIR 7
"J' name :an Promotion --' Ens. Gloria Amatrudi receives certificate of p.m.

u"r promotion to lieutenant (jg) from Capt. M. J. Stack as LCdr. U.S. Naval/ Hospital

# v/uc/i. fafongb I fa t R. J. Fitzsimmons and Lt. M. Burnside look on.

., lOUd SUNDAY MASS - -8
,J' Briefing Given Wives
,:1', .';'Ii' "?. .. HOlt.. *$11111,,"* .. J
i 'f."ft-i$!'...,' t............J.... '-"' SUNDAY SERVICE 10 a.m.
Continued from Page I)
''' .. 1M. "-"- officers have been promoted before -
to order those officers to postgraduate their contemporaries. PROTESTANTAll

Washington was far more than simply a military commander. school banked later in officers their The ladies were told that the Saints Chapel'
He embodied a cause and in spite hardships and defeats, he never careers. three
bureau tries to cut orders
will be ordered to post graduate -
lost sight of the original goal of the revolution. SUNDAY
Once independence had been won, his problems did not end. 'school three years after months before an officer's rota- Divine Worship Service-lOa.m.
With chaos threatening the new Republic, Washington firmly re- selection* if at all possible. tion date and the full operation Junior Worship Service 10a.m.
'jected all offers to make him king and would countenance no move Performance, qualificationsand Bldg. # 722
five months be-
preference are the current normally begins
in the direction of'a,military dictatorship.In .
officers fore officer is due be Church School 9 a.m. Bldg.
criteria used in assigning an to re-
later first he establish solid -
years, as our president helped a #722
foundation for the nation on which future generations could to billets, according to assigned.
Junior 5
build.In the Bureau team. If an officer's Fellowship pm.

peace as in war, he showed the way toward the maintenanceof performance reports and qualifications Tourney Replaces Bldg.Youth# 722
are high and fit with his Senior Fellowship
both liberty and union. (AFPS)
choice of duty, he can expectto TUESDAY
be ordered to his selected March god PlayA
Vietnam Veterans Offered
duty. The detailers urged avia- Junior Choir Rehearsal4p.m..
tion officers to make use of pre- 54-hole Trl-Command golf Bldg. # 722
ference cards and recommendeda tournament has been scheduledto WEDNESDAYSenior ,
Job Priority, EducationThe personal visit before rotation supersed e the NAS lax tour- Choir Rehearsal 7:30:
time. The bureau team reminded ney previously set for March 2. p.m.
most recent additions to the list of veterans' benefits tendered local officers that the needsof The tourney will be held for THURSDAY

by a grateful nation to the men who have helped defend it are the the Navy are considered in two days at each command. Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
special opportunities for Vietnam veterans ,to obtain priority employment cutting orders. Entrants may play at NAS Jax Bldg. # 722 .
,,'" with the government and further their education at the As of Feb.' 16, lieutenant either March 2 or 3, Cecil Field Christian Science Service
,.same time. > .c.i commanders and"/ lieutenantswere 9 or 10 and Mayport 16 or 17. 7 p.m. Bldg. 1## 751

These opportunities, set forth in an Executive Order make Viet- moved under one detail An 18..hole"round" 'will be play-
,. nam veterans eligible to enter federal employment In transitional ing section iQ the bureau. ed at each command. The 54- ASH WEDNESDAY- SERVICES
,+. appointments at the five lowest civil service levels without taking an Discussing promotions hole low-net score will determinethe Feb.28
1/,, examination. Lieutenant Mitchell said that aviation winner of the free entry Protestant Services: All Saints
) Further Education officers canexpect to havea In the Greater Jacksonville Open Chapel 1145 to 1205
95 per cent chance of making Pro-Amateur tournament to be Naval Hospital 1200
For those veterans who have completed less than one'year of ]lieutenant after three and one half played at the Deerwood Club Catholic Mass: St. Edward's
education beyond high school and who meet all other civil service years service., After nine yearsan March 27. Chapel 1130 and 1630

standards, this program offers an incentive for them to increase officer has an 85 per cent A maximum bonafide handicap Naval Hospital 1145
their education under the GI Bill while holding a full-time job. chance of being selected for of 18 is required for entry into Ashes will be distributed after

4 The Individual's continued employment in transitional appoint- lieutenant commander;' 75 per the tournament, attested to by all Masses.
: ment is contingent upon successful completion of at least one cent chance of making com- the professional of one of the r
I school year of full-time approved education. mander after 15 years and 65 three clubs. An entry fee of
The transitional who successfully meet the educational chance of
ft, appointees percent being promotedto $3 will be charged with Traffic
conditions of their after of continuous after 20 21
employment one year current captain to years fees required. _
employment then be converted to career-conditional or career ltaval service While these per-

-/I' employment status, automatically acquiring a competitive status., centages are an average, the Entrants may sign up at anyone
;, President's Message bureau officers: pointed out many of the threecourses.tooth Violations
In 4he words of President Johnson, "America holds some'of Its

greatest honors for, the men who have stood in its defense, and kept
alive its freedoms. It shows its gratitude not memorials. AppoiitMeits. 0..... for March De.,til PreiriM l '* The following is a report ofmotof

but more meaningfully in the 'programs which"'care for him. vehicle accidents and traffic
decay an oral hygiene demonstration -
Scheduling ofappointments for violations for the Feb.
"For those with the necessary initiative and ability, this new and lecture and dental
program, together'.with he GI Bill offers' a chance for both further the statlon's.Preventive Dentis health educational lriateriaI -X 6-12,
try Program for eligible children =
education and.better jobs. (AFPS)
whose sponsors birth monthis rays.wl11: not,be:take,,. **" !*! Numberrof: Accidents

March will begin Monday. Appointments max- be made. This'Week:: ; . : .2
How's Your Memory? by the sponsor jbr'spouse at the
: Children of active duty add Total Accidents this year throughFeb.
dental department ,appointmentdesk
12 ,1968..2
fcy Cdr. CHC : retired military personnel who<; ,.
J. T.
Dfnjfyio, : + during', 'normal working Number 'of Accidents through
.': *!; How good Is your memory'/ '. 1'* 'I.f.* *. I are tween bonafide the ages dependents of six and and be-25 !!ours. At that time they will be Feb. 12, 1967.. . .4J)

,; :., .' Some people have been blessed by God with remarkable powers oft will be eligible for treatment. given a definite appointment and
?;.. ", :retention. It Is said that Themlstocles knew by heart the names of furnished necessary' materials Total pumber of days since
';: '." .':'" twenty ,-' thousand citizens of Athens. It is recorded,in history,that Each child will'receive an oral and Instruction; however--ro' last Injury in a motor vehicle

,[', .Pyrus knew the name"of every soldier in his army. Several prominent health of examination, an application inhibit; telephone appointments can .be,. accident-. . . .. .45Number

94,1.. .!::J.:..;," .' ., Americans have the reputation for' never: forgetting name .a substance to -- made. ,' f
or face. of Violations '

., As we grow older, memory: can bring us many happy moments -- ,This Week. . .' 69
as we re -, live happy events. But memory is also the source Jof Speeding . . 10
;, unhappiness to many people ''today; hence their attempt to stifle it AX A i FC NEWS Reckless Driving. ..! . .1
( with alcohol. What is the explanation for the vast amount of sleeping Other Violations. . ..58Sixtfive
tablets sold to the American public? It has been pointed out that t
2.,' enough are sold to in the United States drivers
put every person to sleep The |J AX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper :. appeared
'; twenty two nights a year, or to put nine million people to sleep distributed' each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, before the Traffic Hearing
three hundred and sixty. five nights a year. Jacksonville, Florida' by the Holt Publishing Company Board at the meeting held Feb.
Undoubtedly, some of this is medically necessary for the easing a private firm. Alt Copy submitted for use 'in the 1 AX AIR 15. Disposition of the cases
', of pain but many of the pills are taken in an effort to "forget" or NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office. Box included the following: 10 lost
"get away from it all." 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub driving and parking privileges
It is a psychological fact that the the mind fears lication. News Items are welcomed from'all sources Tele aboard
' more a thing, phone 772 3118 or 3119. station for various periods -
the more that fearful thing comes like a ghost out of the past toy ; 37 were assigned to com-
torture it. What we hate and dread we remember best. No wonder Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries plete an eight-hour course in remedial -
l!!, ,''' Lady Macbeth asked, "Who canblot from the mind a rooted sorrow?" concerning such should be directed to: driving at NATTC; five
;, What is driving people to drink and sleeping tablets is to some extent received suspensions; seven
,," driving them to psychanalytical couches they are in flight The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. were given warnings; 20 were
( from what is Distasteful and cannot be blotted out and most often Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 dismissed; 13 were fined (U.S.
this Is a sense of guilt, a memory of guilt COMMISSIONER); and four
Often we forget or do not realize that in order to dispel fears and referred to commanding officersfor
anxieties there is another VOL. 25 NO. 46 FEBRUARY 23, 1968
remedy besides tablets
sleeping and that possible disciplinary action. .r t

.is.1.0.coqfrom;;; jl ( \lY.e s.o of course, it to live right, so have '"
we won t to try to forget. 92 points ..

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I February 23, (1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER. Page 3THE I

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Sgt. Bob Tipton


Applications should be sent to LtCol. A.E James MAD com-
ApplicationsThe the Commandant of the Marine manding officer, administeredthe
Marine Corps is askingfor Corps (Code AF), WashingtonD.C. oath of enlistment to GySgt.
applications from retired officer 20380, and should include Hugo A. Koski MAD training
and enlisted Leathernecksto the following information: civ- NCOIC Feb. 16.
'serve as Instructors for Mar- ilian employment since retire- This marked Koski's fourth
ine Junior Reserve Officer ment; area of the country in which reenlistment in his 18 years of
Training Command (JROTC) the applicant desires employmentas service.
units. an instructor; civilian educa-
Headquarters, MarinesCorps has tion since retirement; and afull- Before going overseas, planon
: announced the activation of additional length photograph. enrolling in. the Uniformed
JROTC units for the For more information contact Services Savings Deposit Pro-
months of February and Sept- your Career Advisor. gram. It pays 10 per cent on
u ember 1968, according to MCO
Three former enlisted Mar-
1133 of Jan. 29.
->>- ines graduates of AE and AO
OFFICER WIVES of the Naval Air Rework Facility were announced Only one for location this month has, been Bar-. School here received. gold bars
recently given a tour of NARF's spaces by guide, Charles E, stow Unified SchooJJDi strict,Cal recently. deposits.Natg
Field, shops group superintendent. ifornia. Others are slated to be Second Lieutenants James R.
activated during September in the Pruden Jr., Lawrence A. Quave
Midwest and Eastern States. and Randall L. West were grad- :I
I NARTU News dnd ViewsBy Applicants will be selected on uated from the 48th OfficerCan-
a competitive basis and those didate Course in Quantico Vo. I
I By Skip who are selected will receive West and Pruden, AO grad
officers and men of VR- in part to Captain Simonsen: full active duty pay and allow- uates, and: Quave AE graduate,
742, a Naval Air Reserve Trans- "I don't believe in ,my many ances for the rank held upon re- applied for the 10-week officer 1&JWTI
port Squadron made up of Miami years of inspections have I ever tirement. However, reimbursement school through the Enlisted Commissioning -
Weekend Warriors, and widely witnessed! a better one. The pro- for transporting household Program.
known for their volunteer flightsof gram, the smoothness of the operation effects or for travel cannot be They will now either attend: the
critical material to the.Naval the timing; of the events paid if the retired Marine has 22-week Basic School Quantico
Forces in Vietnam, donated their were all perfect. Thisof course already used the one move or be assigned flight training in ,
eyes to the Florida Lions Eye was reflected in as sharp group authorized upon retirement. Pensacola Fla.
Bank last month for future use of men and uniforms you could
throughout Florida in the restoration ever hope to find, and In morale
of vision. that couldn't be higher. WESCONNETT: FURNITURE CO.I .
This action was prompted bya Captain Muery and his staff 'I
chain of events which begana conducted the annual NARTU in- AIR CONDITIONERS ROBERT TRAVIS
year ago. The wife of the squadron specton which was attended by ;
commanding officer, Cdr. over l 1,200 naval air reservists NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES & ASSOCIATES, INC.
E.E Grant, had accident which from Florida :and south Georgia.An NEW & USED TV SETS
completely destroyed vision in additional 600 guests were at I NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES I 388.3583 483 AT ROOSEVELT NAS
one eye. Ten weeks ago, Mrs. the inspection.A NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERSFreight > :;;
Grant had an corneal transplantto Salvage Easy Credit Terms 389.34$3 waOR. EDGEWOOD
her injured and vision in 2 ROOSEVELT
eye Savings Bond registered Hrs. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come In & Browse/
was restored. It is expectedthat co-owner form becomes the sole
she will regain normal vi and absolute property of the 94A-AAftft E- GARRISON
AGENT* After 6.00 t'M
sion In the near future. surviving co-owner should the 5326, 103rd 771-0750
The squadron donated their other owner die.
eyes to the eye bank with hope
that the miraculous gift of sight
may be given again to those in -

Capt. Carl D. Simonsen, com- JAX LARGEST FLEA
manding officer of the Naval MARKETCome
Air Reserve Unit here has received Buy, Sell or Browse-
a letter of congratulations Thousands of: Items.
i from the deputy chief of Naval Blanding Drive-In Theatre
Air Reserve; Training followingthe Every Sat. 7 a.m.-6 P.m.
Feb. 3 of active
Sun. I p.m. p.m.
v h
and reserve personnel assignedto k + I 1
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768 7085 768 793
NARTU. 1 1
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Capt. Louis J. MueryJr.wrote
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upon presentation of I. D.

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February 22, 1968 I


I!' Jacksonville Area Civil Service News I

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Civilian Promotion Exams AnnoBHced
The Interagency Board of U.S.
Civil Service Examiners for
Florida has issued the following
: Opportunities Open examination announcement to fill
positions primarily in Miami but
.. may also be used to fill positionsin
The merit promotion opportunities tions will be accepted throughthe Jacksonville, Orlando, Talla-
listed below are currently close of business Monday. ; aa hassee and Tampa.
open for receipt of applica MPB No. 20-68 Accountant, Deputy United States Marshal
tions. The area of consideration GS-7. Area of considerationSixth t GS-6 with a salary of $6137
and closing date of each Naval District. Applications Applications will be
announcement is shown. will be accepted throughthe accepted until Feb. 28 and shouldbe
MPB No. 72-67 Plan D grade close of business March 4. sent to the Interagency Boardof
levels GS-4 and below; MPB All applicants for the above U.S. Civil Service Examiners
No. 79-67 Plan C-all semiskilled positions must be career or career 1 KK a
positions pay level 7 7 and below conditional employees of the 123'South Court AvenueOrlando.
; MPB No. 83-67 Plan B- Federal government. Applica-
GS-8andbelow.Area of consider- tions should be filed with IRD, iriii\
ation-NAS, NARF,NARTUCOM- Box 22, U.S. NAS Jacksonville, Buy
FAIRJAX, Navy CommissaryStores Fla. 32212. For further inform-
Jax. Applications for ation call Ext. 2320, Recruitingand \ *;
these positons will be Acceptedat ExaminingI,3ranchIRDNAS.
any time. A separate application 1 sA Bonds
Form 57 is required for each ; :*
position in which interested. _
MPB No. 158-67 Industrial NARF Workers CitedA sat.i,
Engineer, GS-5,7,9 and 11. Areaof Two hundred additional hours
consideration-Nationwide.Ap- superior achievement award were allotted to rework the air-
was presented jointly to William craft, and Ray and Brooks were [TEXACO
the M. Ray, airframes mechanic,and assigned to do the work. Care-
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1DefenseD'eportment Reviews

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Balance of Payments ProgramWashington

J D.C. (AFPsj) ,-' withstanding substantial increases peated this year or next." The '
The Department of Defense Is in wages and prices." amount received: last year, Mc-
reviewing its balance of payments He pointed out that after the Namara added, was due to a
program. in an effort to assist in net adverse,balance on the defense "bunching of receipts" from a
the reduction of the United States' account had been reduced recent U.S. offset arrangementwith
international payment. position, from $2.8 billion in FY61 to the Federal Republic of
Secretary of Defense Robert S.. $1.5 billion to FY65, it rose Germany.That .
,', McNam r.t.told the Senate Armed again. to $2.3 billion in FY67. arrangement,under which
t Services Committee in his annual '- "This rise is almost completely Germany offset the bulk of for-
"posture statement." attributable to the extraordinary eign exchange costs of U. S. deployments -
Stating the best hope for reducing foreign exchangecosts in that country through
DOD's foreign exchange of the Vietnam conflict equivalent* purchases of U. S.
spending would be "a substantial which amounted to $1.5 billionin Military goods and services, has
reduction in U.S. overseas deployments FY67. "Indeed, if not for the ended McNamar.a said. He added
," McNamara, how- Vietnam conflict, our net adverse that to provide a partial offset
apY crI ever, said he doubted' that sucha balance in FY67 would have with Germany during the current
reduction can be expected in been only $0.8 billion, compared fiscal year, that country has a-

_n -_ __""";"b"#" .'_ the immediate future. with $2.8 billion In FY61, greed to purchase a half billion
Charles E. 'Jones (L), time leave payroll rk. comptrol l "We have long since exhausted due in large measure to the dollars of U. S. medium term
ler department the easy 'opportunities for increase in receipts from for- securities.
; recently received a 30 year service pin from
the Navy's Incentive Awards savings and any new savings will eign military sales, McNamara "We are now working with the
Program. Capt. M. J. Stack
said. Treasury and pther
be most. difficult, McNamarasaid. government
presented the award.Membership.
He cautioned that the high level agencies to develop similar
He said Southeast Asia deploy- of receipts from foreignmilitarysales arrangements for the future, not
Renewal Drive ments in fiscal 1968 and 1969 in FY67 "was unusual and only with Germany,but v ith other
are scheduled to rise above the will ''almost certainly not be re- countries as well," he said.

fiscal., 1967 average.. "This fact,
Closes in the Near Future coupled with the likelihood of
higher prices for civilian wages =
and military compensation, and
The Naval Air Station Association area before the drive closes," the lower military sales receiptsnow -,7 e DECKWHERE

1968 membership renewal said Fred Bedenbaugh,vice pres- projected, means that we
drive began in January and will ident of NASA and membership must expect a further rise in .
close March 1. .
the net adverse balance on the SERVICEMEN MEET
"All civilian personnel of the additional benefit that Defense account for this year
Naval Air Station and its tenant comes from being a member of and next." EVERY DAY FOR FINE
commands are eligible for membership JAX NASA is that each membercan Nevertheless, he said, DOD
and are urged to contact get a low-cost group insur- reduce
must seek new ways to STEAKS AND BAR B-Q
the NASA representative in their ance plan that protects not only the foreign exchange impact of

McCain Discusses the member, but also his de- spending by U.S. forces abroad.
pendents.As McNamara said DOD also intends -
Soviet Seapower an example: If you are 37, to urge U.S. allies to pro-

Washington (AFPS) The increase the cost of the basic plan is cure U.S. weapons "and other
in the number of Soviet $11 per year. To cover all your military equipment wherever BREAKFAST Served ANYTIME!!!
dependents costs $5 more. Thus, feasible.
Union ships outside "homewaters"
you can cover yourself and your
McNamara said, excluding the
is a reflection of thatcountry's
family for $16 per year at age impact of the Southeast Asia
program to use sea- & 7)ane Mfit 2/i1t
power as a tool of national policy 37.Annual membership dues are conflict has, the been Department able'to hold of Defense defense Dig t9 u
and purpose, according to ,$5 and the entire pay- 10331 N.r. I'' P.o.
Adm. John S. McCain Jr., commander per year expenditures abroad at the .. .. 781-9914
ment can be included in one 1961 level of $2.5 billion, "not
t in chief,U.S. Naval For,* check. r t ..... .-:..
ces Europe. Answers to specific questionsare -
Admiral McCain said that the _
available from the NASA representatives V
Soviet effort "encompasses not *' x
in your area or
only the' military uses of the from Jack Shapiro, insurance' : \.
sea, but also those relating to drive coordinator Naval Air Rework -
Put in 4 batteries
world politics, economics, com- Facility.
merce and technology. NASA encourages all of its
The. political function of Sovietsea members to. renew their and win the battle
power is to make the Soviet membership. Those who were
presence felt throughout the not members in the past are .
world, he said."Modern also encouraged to join the organization against whiskers,
." Soviet trawlers, for during this drive and .
;, instance, he said. "spread- I to avail themselves of the bene- +

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A U.S. Navy pilot, LCdr. with his audience already in at-. wi .
William D. Martin, of Ambles, tendance. He starts his show L4as
V>a., officer in charge of Helicopter -. by setting up a small stand and
Attack (Light)-Squadron placing; on his head a tall black
Three, Detachment Seven, lives hat. The children gather around ,
two lives in the war .of Viet- and stare at the marvels of the A
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other as a pilot of Navy "Huey" mystical tricks. ,Iff ..
helicopter. After each show Lieutenant
,Flying the heavily armed UH- Commander Martin's crewmen ,
1B "Huey", nicknamed the"Sea- pass out clothes, candy and medicine .. ,
wolves," Lieutenant Commander to the villagers. He has ;;I\,)
Martin and his crews team up enough magic equipment to put
with the Navy's River: Patrol on three or four shows in each \l
Boats (PBR's) in the Mekong village over a period of time. ,
Delta to prevent the movementof Each show lasts approximately
men and supplies by the Viet 20 minutes.
Cong along the 6,000 Waterwaysand Lieutenant Commander Martin ,
canals that criss-cross the states "all the men in my detachment : ), b
Delta. The "Seawolves" also are interested in civic il .r
support the PBR's with recon- action. I try, to take as many
naissance and surveillance men as I can, to create a friendly ';.t ,
flights. relationship between the Viet *
Often, after'completing a strike namese people and the sailors." Y il IL, A+

mission against the enemy,Lieu-. "By getting the sailors out on ''
tenant Commander Martin teams civic action missions and having MAGIC MAN Word has passed rapidly that the "Magic, Man" was ready r another of his mag-
up with the PBR's on the riverto them meet the people, the men ic shows. The children of the Vietnamese outpost wait with anticipation for LCdr. William D.
give a quick magic per- get a different outlook on the Martin to'begin his show.. ,
...? %, ,..'+1.--.
Instead of the shoot- :;
formance. The PBR's pull intoa war just
river outpost or village and -Ina-..... "
mark a spot for the "Huey" to r1f
land. They then standby to cover r't
the helicopters while they are
on the ground. '
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AO Picked Reserve Squadron Ends I

January, : Training Cycle TodayOne

Photo MateA03 hundred and forty officers One of sevenASW patrol squad-
ii and enlisted'menof Patrol Squadron rons based at NAS New York,
i : 833 of NAS New York spent VP 833 deployed with 120 en-
Danny C. Lynch of VP 7 12 days here with VP 7 per- listed and 20 officers from the
has been selected as Fleet Air forming their annual active duty greater New York area, including -
Wing Eleven "Photographer of training session.Ifoppoeee Long Island, New Jersey,
the Month" for January. Cdr.J. and Connecticut.
R. Swadener, VP 7 com- Selected During their stay here the
manding officer, presented the squadron utilized the ground
award to Lynch during ceremon- led Darter of Month training facilities of the local
ies Monday.The 4 FAETU as well as operating an
AME3 Steven V. Hopponen was
accelerated flight schedule to
letter from Capt. W. W. ot awarded the "Red Darter of theMonth"
increase the readiness the
Honour, Commander Fleet Air award JanuarybyVP-
Wing 11, which designated __ ... flight crews.
t 1 1 1. \\1Ifk 45 Commanding, Officer LCdr.H. The "weekend warriors"headed
Lynch photographer: of the month AIR NAVIGATION OFFICE JAX (AIRNAVOJAX) has been D. Wilbur in ceremonies held by Cdr. J. R. Huffmann,
read in part, "Photography in the Navy's Oceanographic Office in Feb. 9.Hopponen.
ASW Aviation continues to be a presented a plaque normally drill one weekend a
vital task in the overall mis- appreciation for its outstanding performance. Military per was awarded for his month, but it is the two week

sion of each patrol plane crew'. sonnel attached to the office ,are (I r) Ltjg( ) John Kuhlen "outstanding achievements and the annual cruise which sufficiently

The contributionofAviationAnti- QM2 Gerald Ashley, and Lt. Mark S. Patrick officer in military month of January.appearances" during augments the squadron's training
syllabus to meet the require-
Submarine Warefaremen
Lynchto charge. The award is,given to the out-
ments of Chief of Naval Air Re-
a job well done is highly com- standing enlisted man of the

ble mendable credit and upon reflects the squadron consider as Air Navigation Wins PI.l ..u* special squadron privileges and carries for the with serve Training.

well as himself.. ." Sea Power
The Navigation Office Jax and amphibious operations use. The monthly recipients' name is
Only regular squadron aircrew (AIRNAVOJAX) has been pre- The office also collects and placed ,on a permanent plaque. (Continued from page 5))
members who are not photographers sented with aplaquebytheNavy's disseminates the latest air navi- The 22 year old Aviation
mates are eligible for Oceanographic Office, in appreciation gational information in order to Metalsmith (Equipment). ThirdHopponen lug each day more widely over
the award. Ordnancemen Lynch's for its outstanding per- provide maximum safety and convenience -. the high seas, symbolize for the
photograph was one of several ,formance. for all U. S. Navy and rest of the world the progressthat
hundred photos submlttedbyper- AIRNAVOJAX is responsible Marine Corps air units. is possible through com ,
sonnel in FAW 11 squadrons, for providing operational Although there are eight other munism.
and was selected for its out- aeronautical, and nautical maps air navigation offices located a- "The Soviets now have oceanographic -
standing degree of coverage, and charts for fleet air opera- round the world, AIRNAVOJAX, and hydrographic research -
composition and quality. tion air intelligence, ground is responsible for the entire f vessels conducting research -
support and Marine Corps air Navy Jax Complex and Fleet in every ocean of the
units distributes world," the admiral added.
., am an avera-
-- ----
OOOOOOO t'r000 .. ,
ge of 16,000 charts a month to ; r "They have submarines study-
to.25Hp 120 different units. > ing our own coast.
Six employees, three civiliansand The Soviet Union, with about
350 submarines --40 of them
/fli.QUIET three military, are current
nuclear powered -- has the
ly working In Air Navigation .
: largest underwater fleet in the

NEW MERC's ci: : world history. These figures
come as "a complete and un-
Can You ; :
ar. th.liT welcomesurprise to most of the
people with.whom I discuss the
WAYORLANDO TAKE YOUR CAR subject' the admiral said.
"The race for the seas has
I. eon For Financing' and InsuranceStatesideondOverseas. ** not only these practical rami-

......................... Call I Class: attended Chisholm High fications," Admiral McCain concluded -
DYER M. BURR School In Chisholm,Minn., and "but also propaganda potential -
CLIPPERTCRAFT the University of ,Minnesota that the space race has
CROSBY SILVER-LINE. FINANCE CORPORATION where he majored in Industrial had.

and Education for two years. Savings Bonds account for
He entered the Navy In 1966
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE more than 24 per cent of the
Inlet Marine INSURANCE COMPANY and is presently working In the publicly-held portion of the national -

5615 Timuquana Rd. 771-0527 maintenance administrative office debt. They play a key
SALES aid SERVICE of VP45.. role in the fight against infla-

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MoviesMOVIES ; Club SchedulesBLUEJACKETS

will be shown- regularly '
at the NAS Jax Theatreat INN: Georgia's Try the luncheon special L__
6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru champions the RunAWay'sare served from 11:15 1:45 p.m. !
Saturday. There will also be a under the spotlight today. Tuesday through Sunday. : ; : : ,
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays.. Saturday afternoon features the i

Sunday ,and holidays. The Hos- sounds of the Ravens with Phil ACEY DUECY CLUB:The Five Ads should be mailed tc the Holt Publishing Company" i
pital Theatre will have one nightly Cay and the Chantels performing Clubs will appear tonight. 1950 Standing Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida, 32210 to arrive
feature at 7 p.m. in the evening. The Six- Tomorrow features the soundsof not 'late than Tuesday for publication the following, Thurs
Friday, Feb. 23 teens will entertain Sunday after- Mark Castle with the musicof day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published
noon with the Soul Society taking John Lunsford and the Eight the following week unless the publisher is instructed other
NAS: "FITZWILLY" starring over in theevening.The Camelots Balls wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad "must
Dick Van Dyke and Barb Feldon. Sunday night. Try the week- be '''tilltdTH/ the .copy for the ad.
will be on hand for the Go-Go
end dinner special s of chicken-
Rating Very Good ((110 Min.)
contest Monday and the UFO in-a-basket for $.75 or rib-eye
for the finals on Tuesday. Wed- steak for $1.25.
Robert Mitchum and nesday features the. sounds of The week's luncheon RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lin..). . . . .12.00
((100 Gene Min.Barry.) Rating Vt ryGood the Ravens. Make plans to attend Monday bar-b-que chicken specialsare ; P.r additional line ((4 words per (lino). . Q.50

the Sadie Hawkins Day dance Tuesday meat loaf;Wednesday-
Saturday, Feb. 24 Feb. 29, with the Nu Sounds chopped sirloin; Thursday- i
prizes, and costumes. chicken and dressing. They will OFFICERS DRESS UNIFORM MOVING MONDAY SELL Air-
NAS:"TAMING OF THE SHREW" White/Blue Jacket all other uniforms cond.
be served 11 a.m. through 1:30: dryer dining Rm.
starring Elizabeth Taylor and p.m. for the price of $.75. Feb. size 40 Reg. 35 W Rea- table single bed., etc. 771-3831
Richard Burton. Rating Excel-
sonable 771-3881
lent. ((125 Min.) CPO CLUB: Dance to 29 is Ladies Wrestling at 8 p.m. FOR SALE VENETIA MANORLg.
HOSPTIAL: "FITZWILLY" of the Johnny Arnold "4" There is on charge.Inventory. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -' 3 BR. 2 B, Sep.,LR and
starring Dick Van Dyke. tonight. Try the seafood specialfor Houses & Apts. Equity VA & DR, 30 ft. pan.*den, w/fire-
KIDDIE MATINEE: "SHANE" $1.25. The Bud Clark Combo FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. place, patio, attached gar.. Cent.H .
starring Alan Ladd and Jean will entertain tomorrow night.A Closes Call Powell or Mills, USN and A/C $22,900. 389-6108
Authur. sirloin steak is featured for Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park

"KING OF HIE CONGO" $1.65. Dinner special for Tues- .Realty.
Chapter -
day is fried chicken for $.95 WIL MAR APARTMEijTSNear
12 ((2 p.m.) and rib-eye steak for $1.25 Wed- NE Retail StoresThe JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1 JAX and CECIL. 1 blk
Sunday, Feb. 25 nesday. Qtr. mile no, of NAS. Clean west of 5900 blk. of Jammes Rd.
HOSPITAL "TAMING modern trailers & Apts. 389 All new paint 2 BR, LR, Kit.
: OF THESHREW" NavyExchange retail storeat 3007.. Furn., Brk. Nook Park 2 car;,
starring Elizabeth Tay- the Naval Hospital will be
and boat $85 mo. includes water
lor and Richard Burton is : Charlie Jay'smusic closed for annual Inventory Sat- DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC sewage, garbage lawn care !
NAS: "HELLS ANGELSON featuredtonight. The urday. All other facilities will JOCKEY?? For Information call: Furn. & Unfurn., 387 2541
Larks be
Roarke.WHELLS" starring Adam tomorrow night. The Champagne on hand be open regular hours. 356 8351.,Day or Night. nights and weekends 389 0744.

Special is featured both nights. The Navy Exchange retail store
Monday, Feb 26 Tuesday is Wine Tasting Night, Bldg. 27, and the Country Toy- DELRAY MANOR 110th &
NAS: "HOUSE OF 1,000 DOLLS" served along with a buffet din- land store, Bldg. 514, will be HOUSE FOR SALE OWNER Karen St. New all brick homes
starring Vincent Price and Mar- ner is desired from 7 to 9:30 closed Monday for inventory. All Conte mp. Modern, Orange Park AC Low 20's. Building Lots'
tha Hyer. RatingGood ((86 Min.) p.m. Tickets sold onfirst come- other facilities will be open regular 3 BR, 2 B, Stero-blt. in Music Available; Floyd White; Bldr.
first serve at basis. hours. wall fireplace, drapes, Carpeting 771 5643.
& 10 closets. 264-
Florida State Theatres 9638 $5,000 down. STEREO CONSOLE

Take up payments on 2 month
t ng Chair heatreAepency eBob's Oak Hill old beautiful stero console like
FOR SALE '62 CATALINA PON- new 4 speed record charger.Bal-
tiac 4 dr, A/Cond, PS/PB new ance Due $68. or $8 per month.
Squaro Pure Service CenterOpen tires. Call ext. 308 Cecil Field ,Also Good Buy on COLOR TEL
ACADEM EVISION. Ph. 353-1946 anytime.

_1 7 AWARD for your convenience 6 a.m. .. 10 p.m. Ask for credit manager. Will
OMINATION FOR RENT FURN APT. $90 mo. deliver i no obligation. A-l
-.... f' iadrdin includ utilities Call Mr. Gross WAREHOUSE 1606 Main St.
road service- pick up & delivery 398-4531-or 388-7949, Jacksonville Fla.

f f'I"fI BEST PICTURE Mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars 3/4 ACRE 60'TRAILER,FLOR-


BESTACTORBEST 103rd & Jammes Road Orange Park, Temp or perm. Garage; Fenced. Off 110th. Floyd
ACTRESS 771 91 S6 Jacksonville, Florida qtrs. Will rent to TAD per- White Bldr. 71- 5643.
sonnel or bachelor 2646884.

SINGERS FOR $15 E-4's and above. Are youhaving
THE trouble making ends meet? We
left in
Sewing storage -
GRADUATE MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll good condition. Does every can work your hours in with
thing, complete with attachments. your duty schedule. Phone 264-
lywa/ L/n..n Ranks All Ages Yours for storage charge, $15. 6485
each. Call 353-1946WUIDeliver.

EASY MONTHLY offer a professional sales
W.Adomt...Downtown career to an oustanding Individual -
ELEMENTARY age 2845. This opportunity
ACADEM PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL Grades Area Orange Park,Lake provides a liberal salary plus
0 AWARD Shore Murray Hill 771 0663or unlimited commission, generous
OMINATION 264 9326. fringe Benefits and an inten-
inaludind # INSURANCE sive 2-year career training pro-
"REAL ESTATE: We will help gram. This Is a career life-
BEST PICTUREAND UNDERWRITERS INC. you Buy Sell or Invest. time connection. Qualified individual -
Bowen Real Estate Realtor may be selected for
BESTACTOR (fMlllal)' Uclou, ) !tatl's" //IiSUrtllltC' USN Retired 384 1376, management.
; 44791" livd. 358-7476 Interested? Call or write
BEST DIRECTOR Coll Us Anytime Close to Bases, Lights Water ager of the Equitable Life Assurance -
and Sewage available. Call 389- Society of the United
guess who'scoming 5700.. 10' x 12' ft.,Wide. States, 304 Barnett Bank Building -

Phone 3535611.

naoitctxMEDCEWOOD Products, Epoxy, Fiberglass,
389 3738.
FAMILY TO A... 1T1 Prominent National Organiza -
i ii tion will employ several ambi-
FOR SALE 1967 KAWASAKI tious and enterprising young men
41y Fried SHRIMP Dinner 250 cc. Good Cond- 3,000 miles
' xl who desirousof
U.S. 11 South? of frfg wo< age 22 30 are
ACADEM 771-5037 getting ahead and who are
IA AWARD willing to work hard to realizea
.f fire opportunity. Men need
3438 BLANDING $50 not have any previous business'
COMPLETE 771-5037
experience but must be High
BEST PICTURE Cedar River RETIRING SQON? School graduate with honorable
The top ranks of our nationwide discharge. Work will consist
AND PH. 771-5581 organization are full of former of a vigorous training program'
Officers and Senior PO's who designed to have trainees readyto

'.. \' .,; OPEN DAILY 11:30 AM have achieved new success withus manage one of our Consumer
after leaving the service. We Finance Offices in shortest possible ,-
,;.r.y TAKE-OUT SERVICE need more like them. :To get time. Salary and benefitsare
; ch CHEO them, we offer comprehensive good and opportunities are
eiiunTECHNIE0l01 training, high income opportunity unsurpassed for the right man.
,FRESH WATER/CHANNEL'CATFISH AND1IU9fPUPPIES and a choice of attractive Apply in person at 8006 Lem
locations all over the U. S. How Turner Road.
s.uu. r- OstfRS: ( ....C.If ..,STfk8 about you? Write Regional AETNA FINANCE

;;-:. .. '('un.otn ," ,') \ t'n T.1: it' J('1 1.4 fl' >br, S ,,'(>':, t)f." Bob 13177 (Subsidiary. of International+
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Requires OwnersTo

Sixteen men at NATTC were R.A, Newton, AE1 J.H. Pompeo Register PetsPet
'. advanced on Feb. 16 a? part of and AE1 P.W. Swaim.
the fifth increment of the August **************
Ltjg.( ) MigueldeSouza a Urug- owners living in govern-
Navy-wide examinations.
l ment quarters aboard the base j
naval maintenance officer
I .Advancing to chief were AEC uayan have until the end of March to
< ia.
J.C. Blackston.AEC: H.G.Green- and pilot began eight months Lka :
re-register their pets with the
way, Jr., BTC WJ. Haselden, studies here at AE School's advanced .. ,.''rl, station's Security Department.When .
AOC B.R. Hembree, and AOC course Jan. 29.
I-.D. Sowers. The Uruguayan officer stud- registering a pet,owners
Petty officers advanced were ied English for two months in must present positive evidence
HM3 S.E. Axne, AE2 H.D. Mc- Uruguay and two months at Lack- that his pet has been immunized
Lt. G. C. McGauley, phase of- Coppin, A02 D.M. Tolman AE1 land AFB, Texas before comingto k against rabies within the past

ficer, Phase VI, AE (A) School D.D. Baronski, AO1 HJ. Doss, Jacksonville. 12 months.
DeSouza has been in the
, HM1 W.C. Ellis, AEl J.W.Hark- Urug- The air station's police force,
was promoted in ceremoniesheld less AO1 J.B. Monahan, AElXPERTJ25 uayan Navy for 12 years. Thisis which is in charge of enforcingpet
Feb. S. his officer
eighth year as an control regulations outlined
and he expects to be promotedto in NAS Jax Instruction 5512.7D,
Years Experience lieutenant month.
has asked dog and cat owners
Class 737 graduated from AO to familiarize themselves'with
Income Tax Service (B) School last week. Honor- current pet regulations. -.
man and class leader for the The instruction says that pets
';: t :j'i;;:t't; :p<;;::t { ::. .<::':,,::j<: m<:$::1::': j.n* zmt:;: ;:mtWi:@!_='i class was AOl C.W. Bunch, withan over six months old must be registered -
t/ PAUL REMLINGER TWO OFFICES: average of 87.40 aboard base and be inoculated -
\ WOl Q. C. Beatty AOMO( ) Mrs. Hxla Friedman of 1009 against rabies. This
I.; 1630 Hwy 17, Orange Park (Next to Orange Park. Motors) School instructor presented does not exempt owners from
Barln wife of
graduation certificates to Bunch Street POCS Florida statutes concerning liability -
530 S. Edgewood Ave. (Near Lenox) Albert Friedman attached to '
.Ii', AOl W.F. Burnley. AO1 L.G. of owners and the Duval
SHORT I LONG Coburn, AO1 J.G. Dasher A02H. VP 5 registered her french County law requiring that all
FORMS '*CO.CA I FORMS CA.OH UP H. Doss AOl Knobloch AO1 poodle with Station Pass & dogs be registered with the county
J. Schexnayder A02 J. L. Vick ID Office of the Security De- judge.
A02 D.L. Graves. .,1' partment Monday. Personnel giving up govern-
ment quarters or being transferred -

their pet's registeration at sec-
I Mail to;:Charge-A-Trip, P.O. Box 525, Bala Cynwyd, Pa. 19104.. f ;' ; "? urity.

I pets are outlined in the in-
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The undersigned agrees to pay the amount of each charge under the Eastern;Airlines "Charge-A.Trip" credit plan In not more than twenty-four ((24)) equal
I monthly Installments" provided that each Installment be at least TEN DOLLARS ($10.00)I ) or the unpaid balance if less, together with! a service charge of SUNDAYTIL
) \Vi% per month on the unpaid balance. Upon default of the undersigned In payment of any Installment, the entire unpaid balance may be declared 6pm.
Immediately e and payable. Eastern may assign its rights hereunder and the undersigned agrees to pay to any such assignee each Installment, togetherwith
t' service charge upon receipt of a monthly statement ..., .
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Away from the diilljvacation,, : mets, fishermen, single people,

:t; forever. It will take you to one families.'There's an Eastern vacation -
61 VW Sedan. .$390
of Eastern's great sun destina- just for you.

j tions.You'll find the bluest water, ,,, : Just fill out the applicationandsenditin.Changetheroutine. 59 English Ford. .$190

the most beautiful beaches, exquisite -

)I, food luxurious hotels. 59 Olds. .$190

I On your next leave, get away on i:: ;>: 14., f':, ,. ,." .:t. 2 Door, Hard Top.
Eastern to Puerto Rico Mexico < : ;$ :: '
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J 55 Chevrolet. .$$??
Florida The Bahamas or Ber- .
muda. ,. Y':,+:::, ..: w' .. .... 2 Door, Hard Top, V8

Take your choice and take up Eastern's' Charge-A-Trip plan.

to two years to pay for it with If you're in pay grade E-5 or We Cater To

above you can open a charge ac-

count with Eastern. You can ServicemenWe
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'. charge your air fare, hotels, Get away from the dull vacation

:: I! meals,sightseeing,almost every and charge it with Eastern. Buy-Sell-Finance

., You might want to take ,one EASTERN 6566NormandyBOULEVARD

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February 23. 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pa g. I 11 I .
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Weathermen Tigers ; MA11.hEARLY... f, '... ., ,,'.j....
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Each Sport 9-0 RecordThe ,. .'': .:. ,'.
.,.... )
.. :.. ,
American League leader, VAP 62 and the National League \1 a .
leading VW 4squadsare each sporting identical 9-0 records with
the intramural basketball season half over. iR'LA
...... : '
The VAP 62 Tigers added their seventh and eighth consecutive :" .
victories to their winning string by downing VP 7, 52 42 Feb. 1967 TAR twftNS PARYMiNTS l '
12 and getting by VP 30 44 35 In a Feb. 14 tilt. Monday night
the Photomen made it 9.0 by taking Fleet Weather Facility 43.
VW 4 continued to dominate the National League by breakingthe Vets Given CONVENIENTLY
century mark and soundly defeating the Cadeuces 100 60 LOCATED
Feb. 15 after stopping NARTU two nights earlier 65 48. HEAR
Test BreakContinued BOTH BASES
In other basketball action last week there were four games playedin r
the American League as Fleet Weather Facility dropped Adminis- Only Min. to CtcHAS//
tration GO 47, VP 30 edged VP 45, 60 -,57, while MARTD. ( from Page I) .
sank the Boat House five 5729 and VP 7'got by VP 45, 58 55. has been working with the Civil
In National League contests last week, Hospital picked up two wins Service Commission, the Vet- 71 J UNITS
by taking the Cadeuces 69 45 and knocking off COMFAIRJAX erans Administration, the Jus- }J,2 & 3BEDROOM
79 45, while NARTU defeated Marine Barracks 59 48. tice Department and other departments APARTMENTS ),
Monday. night VP 30 put down MARTD 52 41 and COMFAIR- and agencies in the \
JAX beat VP 16, 54 44. federal government to ensure the e
provisions set forth in the executive ALL APTS HAVE: t

VAP-62 Wias Intramural Volleyball Title order can and will be applied. .WALL-TO-WALL
Clewlow's office 4s charged CARPETSeDRAPES ,
VAP 62 has taken the station championship in intramural with the primary responsibility -
volleyball as. the team finished their season with a 10 0 record. of ensuring that DOD's existing CENTRAL AIR &: HEAT I Ir
NARTU and FAETU finished their season each with a 7.3 regulations and policies enable. UTILITY ROOM II 4
record and battled it out for second place In the station champion- departments, agencies or acti- PORCH .
ship last week, as NARTU took the contest 15 9. vities within the defense e s t ab- .
VP 30 finished their season with a 4.6 record, followed by llshmentto offer employment un- Swimming Pool d Complete
VW 4 with 2 8 and 679th with an 0 10. der the provision of the executive Facilities
In volleyball action tomorrow, the NAS'Cecil Field Third Annual order "when eligible candidates -
Invitational volleyball tournament will begin, at 9 a.m. The Sax are available' to meet' Hear Schools, Both Private
Navy volleyball' team will be one of 12 teams competing for the the need." and Parochial
championship crown. A study is currently being & Shopping Center
conducted to determine the number -
Sflturtlay Sign Up Set fer Little Leigvers of armed services personnelwho .
6756 103rd STREET
will be eligible under the
The 1968 local Little League baseball season is scheduled to PHONE 77 J-8844
new program and attempt to establish -
get underway aboard base.April 6. "sometime from within
The League consists of six teams in the senior division, ages which additional eligibility will RESIDENT MGR.-APT 7
13-15, and games are played at Mason Field. For boys ages 8 occur for those persons leavingthe D. W. Priest, USN (Ret)
through 12 there are eight major division teams and 10 minor div- armed forces."
ision teams.

There is a farm team and boys can expect to move up to League
play during the season. Major and minor leagues play at Blue
Angel Field,just inside the main gate. The field is lighted for night
play and the grandstands can accommodate over 1,000 fans. '".
All boys in the area, whether military dependent or civilian,
.' are invited to register and participate. There is no expense to "l: ,-(." ""

participants, as income is derived from team sponsors, sign advertising ,, 4 S '.-." :'
'" \ ".
and concession stand profits.
: ",1, r
'Registration will be at Blue Angels Field tomorrow from 9 a.m. "', .
td 7 p.m,and Mooo through Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. : ..Ii. .f

',Tryouts will also be 'at' .Blue Angel Field March 9 for 10, 11 ................................
and 12 year olds and March 16 ,for eight, nine and 10 year olds. umemSs.
There will be an umpire, school aboard base beginning March Before YOU sign
4. Anyone' interested in being an umpire for Little League baseball
should contact "Tex" Goodson at the Blue Angel Park March 4 at fans
4:30 p.m. on the dotted line

know what your loan Ti .


; ." will cost! Oiled
rt\4 PREMIUM BEER.CHOICE CUT STEAKS You're told in advance at Household

ITALIAN SANDWCHFS SPAGHETTI Finance. The cost of your loan is spelledout

clearly, simply, and in dollars and
'= "PIZZA". cents. No extras. No hidden charges. No

; OUR SPECIALITY! "surprises" afterward. You get the facts
first, before you borrow. ,
tV t/' l H HOURS: That's one reason why,every year, more
O4) B B B Srfon..T/wrs./ 4pm- 11:30pn than 2V2 million people come to us for

Friday 4pm1om money service. They get loans to pay bills WE SERVE

q Saturday 1 lam-lam to get better cars. to fix up their

3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 77T-OT70 or to meet other important THEM ALL !

When you need a loan, you'll find that

you, too, borrow with confidence from the
IJ I' 1 I ". company that tells ,the cost pf your''' I' ..
.. few
: And these are only a
: ,, .,
'V : : f I j t loan in'advance." of the Airlines that are

I, ", '. ; within our reach. We can
II: .,';; CetII'', ''MONTHLY PAYMENT'PLANS take you anywhere in the -

:: ; ,_,.. Y.e OeI 24 1. 12 IS world on any scheduled I'
,, ,. .' 1 A / Most popular M, !f.t;.: ;, p.y-ts f'a,.,h pmrh Area Airline.
How much? We can tell
'' watch in % oTw ,. iL $100 5.93 729 10.07 $18.48 about Military
: ;;'r5;, 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 you. Ask
the world ( :;" 300 17.79, 21.88 3021 55.45 Fares, Excursion Fares or
i : ', 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78 Family Fares.
%of the world l Is underwater. .": 5; 5 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 Schedules reservations,
9- In that world,sklndlvers have Chattts are computed at 3% on that part of ticket1n -We can do It all.
made the self-winding Zodiac tckiduUd monthly balance not exceeding$300
call NAS
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I t//4\\ '/ THE BIC., I

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The Winter, Series gf the'Tri new coat of paint. A couple of, boat out: a life preserver for
Club is having 'a hard time get- our'newer,skippers have assauled ;-\ every member aboard ( itwouldn't I I
ting off the ground, so to speak. us with questions about how to : hurt to' throw in a spare to
The first race was cancelled win a race. Assignment ''of:3: support the, mast in the event of Riverside I
because of cold weather and the boat doesn't necessarily guar- a '1 knockdownan) ) anchor With I
2ndfellapartwhenwesterlysindsblew ,antee consistent first place, but "sturdy line ,of adequate scope I
up hard at starting time. here are the titles of a couple *, and a paddle. .. I
Gusts up to 35 mph and choppy of books that might help the: .', Many of our members have ,I Chevrolet ,
>v waters prevented all HJSC'sail aspiring hardwarewinners.'TheTechniques .: ::asked, about becoming members "; I
ors from finishing. of Small Boat, of the U.S. Naval Sailing Associtatton. ''I : 1;
Salty was .mighty pleased with Racing" by Stuart Walker, Lou Caron is a rear
the turnout though. Our loyal "Scientific Sailboat Racing" by .,commodore and' can answer 'I WILSON & BLANDING/ 'I./'.'A< rr
,', ,' skippers are becoming virtually Ted Wells, and "Yachting"mag- '' questions about the USNSA.:Dues ,I :
.,,w j''W'; 'dauntless in this unusually long azine puts out a collection of are two dollars. Blazer patches "
.spell of Yankee weather. We'll articles called, "They Sail to ,and burgees are a couple of dollars I PHONE SP 11341orSPl66Ol
all try again in the third pairof Win" which originally appearedin extra. Membership i is opento
races scheduled fo this coming the magazine and are intended all active duty and retired
Sunday.Incidentally,the planning to help the one design sailors. personnel of the armed forces. ,I
Bantams showed their colors There is a lot about tuning as There are application forms at I
in the last races while the heavy well as tactics In these books the Clubhouse.. I I
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valuable additionsto 67 CHEVELLE WAGON. $2589
,:keeled Stars plowed helplessly and they are I
the waves. Two Star masts snap- any sailor's library. Factory Air, 283, V/8, A/T P/S. I '
ped in the gale and the Snipes With this continued seige of Veterans and their survivors I /' '
never, made the starting line. windy, cold days Salty reminds received a ''total' of 4.4'billionin : I-
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Kelly Girl is ready to change you all about the required safety compensation and pension I 67 IMPALA SPORT COUPE $2689 I
hands again and she's bottoms equipment that: ,you must have' checks during 1967, the Veterans ,:1 'Factory Air, 283V/8, A/T, P/S.'R. l & H,' W/S/YV.
,up in the workshop waiting for a i.with you whenever you take a ,, Administration. estimates. : ,.. .I

I "de'" ",;' ,{:1. i' ',t',', .'j,." ', ",v I'I "n'.I', ".."," ... I 67 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN. ,. .. . .$2689. ,I
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I 66 BEL AIR 4 DOOR SEDAN.. '. . $1889 I
I Factory Air, 283,' V/8..'A/T/P/S-.: I

'. Free I I 66 CHEVY II 2 DOOR.' . ." ,.J<.. '." .' t, ,. $$l"689 I.I"- -, .

1 pie 327, V/8, 4 Speed, R& H, W/S/W. .
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L I A/T, ..PSB' ,. Tilt SteeringWheel l, R&,, H i' W/S/W. 1II /;

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k II'' bucket or barrel of Colonel I' 64 BELL. .:AIR< ..!2 DOOR-* ..).y 1""c'r"* ''.,..j.; il''',?}". .,:. ,. $1089' .f. Iu"
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j'' .,Kentucky Fried Chicken and I 63' CORVAIR. SPORT COUPE.: ;VV.. : .. ?. .. $789 I'
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