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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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February 29, 1968


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


I Patrol Planes Get Quick RinseAt .f.:.,

Station's Newest Faeilitv l'J;'

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A new $25,000 aircraft rinse ectly north of hangar. 116, the of: fresh water per minute according J)
down facility Is now in operation rinse down facility is capable to Lt. W. E. Schultz of
as one of the Naval Air Station's of thoroughly rinsing an airplane Air Operations.The {Ii
newest' additions. ,:'
in less than five minutes, with facUity is designed rinse
Located in the taxi,throat dir60 nozzles spraying 1,000 gallons corrosion causing salt water dJ.
from patrol type aircraft )
Defense Asks CongressTo immediately after a return flight. I
Fully automatic it is activated
only as an airplane taxies over

okay il9...f. _- ... Billion the grid moving from north to )\
south.A .
Washington (AFPS) -- The Department of principal and interest on mor- Patrol Squadron Five P3A
of Defense has asked gage obligations. Orion was the first plane to uti- u_ .___ __._ ____ ___nn__________..__
Congress to approve funds totaling Portions of the military con- lize the rinse down facility as it Orion trips shower mechanism. .. 1
approximately $1.9billionfor struction proposal would authorize taxied over the grid Feb. 21. <;t 'm.f'itl\ : >> ]I .'It'g :
military construction projects at more than $1 billion in "The plan of installing the
321 military Installations in the new construction for require- rinse down facility was instigated > p d f
U. S., and at numerous over- ments of the Active Forces of by Fleet Air Wing 11 as
seas bases in the Caribbean,Eu- which $217,852,000 gototheNavy.In an economy and efficiency moveto {
rope, Pacific Islands' Japan, addition, $16,300,000 would cut down the corrison salt i
Korea and Southeast Asia. Thisis authorize construction for the water'cause to patrol type air- {
$700 million less than the FY Reserve Components, of which craft," Lieutenant Schultz ex-
68 military construction request.In $4,600,000 is for Naval and plained. He continued, '"How
a letter to the speaker of the Marine Corps Reserves. ever, the facility/ can be used to \
House and President oi the Sen- rinse down all types of aircraft
ate, Secretary of Defense RobertS using the
McNamara said, "This legislation runway.
would authorize military "Even though aircraft will II
!i construction needed by the Department still have to be put on the racks I
i of Defense at this time and washed downby hand periodi-
and would provide additional authority cally the rinse down facility i
to cover deficiencies inessential will keep corrosion down to a '
t' construction previously minumum between these peri- : '

I ___ _authorized."', ods and will certainly prove to, I ,- ._1 ----' :'., -, ,- w \
"Objectives of the propsed new "be"a considerable savings .to the Taxies through down unit. 'w
Navy. .., .:: spray ,, : M
construction is to strengthen and ,, \
f, ".. ;'r"t
J' improve the combat readiness The automatic feature of rinse t 7'< ; '> '< ;
f: arid capabilities of military land, down facility is in operation Monday ':,.(t. ;,-':f. >:
sea and air forces wherever ,: ". ': '
through Friday from 8 a.m. ::, : ; : \rt
they be stationed and : f; '
may to to 4:30 p.m., but it can be used '
provide them with the modern upon request after 4:30: p.m.dailyor ," ,
facilities required to support the anytime Saturdays, Sundays -.j : ,
advanced weapons and d e fen- 4 a and holidays by calling the Air ;
sive systems with which they Operations duty officer at Ext. $
't are equipped. 2511 or by calling the control + .
," Included in the total authorization THAN KS--Goodwlll Industriesof tower by radio.In .
:: request is $589,700,000 for North Florida Acting Executive another efficiency move
i Military Family Housing and Director, Ernest Pavey by the Naval Air Station,
;. $11,800,000 for HomeownersAs- gave RAdm. Robert J' Stroh, east west taxi way betweenthe
sistance. New family housing a- commander Fleet Air Jax, a' NARTU hangar and run-
j:*: counts for $42,850,000 of the total certificate of meritorious ser- way 04 22 has been built and
0:. amount.contemplates the construction is now open.
vice for his
of the Monday assistance
units in
The new taxi way was.built.
during Goodwill's "Good Turn"Day
U.S. The balance represents continuing in conjunction with the new VP-
requirements necessaryfor Feb. 10. The admiral ser- complex now under construction.The ,

maintenance and operation, ved as general chairman of the old "dog leg" type taxi ,tt;, I ot I improvements to existing quarters project which netted 20,000 way will be used as part of the I
( leasing costs and payments bags of donations for Goodwill. apron of the new complex. .4. i4.,:t".30 mes out clean .

II' Fees Hiked at Base's Bowling/ Center,, Golf Course : I IIn

In another austerity move to $6.00 for chiefs and $4.00 for solvent. It was decided the only ture with the Increased profitsby lities at a minimum cost and still
help make Special Services' facilities enlisted golfers. The first dependent method open at present was having more items for sale. allow them to; remain open.
financially self sustaining, willpaya$4.00a month to i increase costs at the various Walter Frumerie,administration -
', the prices have been increased membership, with the second dependent recreation facilities. More Fees Possible assistant to the Special Ser-
w at the station's bowling alley and paying $2.00 for a Captain Stack told committee While the new charges will vices officer, said that a small
golf course. month's golfing fees. members at the meeting that alleviate the current operating charge may be in the offing for
The just' initiated increases At the combined meeting, Joseph management is trying all ave- losses at the Bowling Center and those who check out recreationgear.
f r '. are expected to.make the two recreation Fields, station recreation nues in an attempt to keep recreation Golf Course, other fees may be Frumerie said that a :
< facilities operate on a officer, announced that Special facilities open for local initiated in the near futureto nominal charge would allow Spe- ,t
}, i* self paying basis. Capt.MartinJ. Services will lose$265,000 a year Navymen and their families. bring additional revenue into cial Services to maintain and t
Stack, NAS commanding officer from Navy Exchange profits because the Special Services' account. replace equipment. He stated,
ordered cost hikes following -' of the new $1.60 an hour Maintaining Prices Any future Initiated fees will "If people who check out gear
I a Feb. 15 combined meet- Federal Minimum Wage The Navy Exchange is main- be leveled only against those peo- would use It properly, it would
: Ing on the Enlisted Recreation which went into effect Feb. 1. taining prices at the current ple who take advantage of Special drastically cut our costs in upkeep -
Committee and Composite Re- The new' basic wage also increased level, but will try to earn more Services' facilities. Captaiti and repair. Everytime
creation Council. Special Services' per- money for the station's recrea- Stack told the committees that someone damages the equipment
New Costs Set sonnel costs by $10,000 annually.It tion facilities through lower op- the fees will help maintain faci (Continued on Page 2))
amounts to an anticipated -
erating costs. The Exchangewill
Bowling costs went up to 35 $3.000 a month going to Special operate at the lowest Station Association Extends Drive
1 J cents a line Feb. 22 and the daily Services from Exchange profits. levels possible In order personnel -to
fees at the golf course have increased Before the minimum wage Increase provide efficient service, and Because of the intense interest shown in the Jax Naval Air Station
by 25 cents. Daily green ,Special Services was yet maintain the lowest over- Association's group insurance plan, the combined membership -
fees for enlisteds is now $1.25. receiving an average of $25,000a head. The Navy's Ship's Store Insurance drive has been extended from tomorrow until March 20,
, Chiefs will pay $1.75 and officers month. Office in Brooklyn plans to maintain according to Jack Shapiro, Insurance Drive coordinator.All .
I will be charged $2.25. The civilian employees of the air station and tenant ,commands
current prices In the local
daily fee for civilian guests has Increase DiscussedIn exchange. are eligible for membership. Annual membership dues are $5.
been set at $2.75. Weekend' order tofceep( the station's The association is also offering a low cost group Insurance
rates are $1.75 for EM's, $2.25 recreation facilities open to Sax However, it was pointed out at plan that provides a quick cash payment to protect a member.
for chiefs and $2.75 for offi- personnel, Capt. Stack and the the meeting that the local exchange An additional benefit is that the group insurance also protects
cers. Guests will pay $3.75on combined committee members f""' will expand its sales dependents of members. .
r weekends. Effective tomorrow discussed methods to increase space in the future. This could The extension of the deadline will give all civilians an oppor-
a, monthly, .memberships, will In, ,- SpeciaJ Service ,facilities re- provide relief to the current tunity to get applications in to the association on the.March. 1 .and'L "
. y P--*;>;tp, $8.0p/for'officer( $,' 'venues'W: 'makectfieni'* '.\*' 'j financially!..,.Special'. ,Services' financial pier'. .'March,14'PaydaYar! .....'........ '-:.;.:-, ,'. : >;';'>:<':<.;':'>:.>>;':-:.::' '." '"
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February 29, 1768.
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Editorial; ; View Pomfs; I .fl': it costs(Continued everyone from to page repair I 1)) 'of l) I V I f- e ,Ser v + .. p

replace it." A repair bill is
leveled against anyone who
\ checks out Special Services ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
Vote Counts
gear and returns it broken. Edward's Chapel
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rlf-1l'\H\ Affects Officials
We're only a few weeks Into the year and the 1968 elections SUNDAY MASS9 a.m.
of conversation. There is little doubt /: Another move will be to stop and 11 a.m. .
are already a major topic ';IP'l:;
that this is a political year and courses of action of national and paying officials in the DAILY MASS --- -11:30 a.m.
.ate sports program. While such a SATURDAY MASS--- -9am.
Interna.t1onallmponance will be decided at the polls. ; :
Your right to vote is one of the strongest pillars of our free proposal might mean no refereeat Religious Education Classes
society. Throughout the course of history, men have given their & a basketball game or no um- (Grade School) ---.- 9:45am.
lives in order to have a voice in the affairs of their government. r pire at a softball game CONFESSIONS5 p.m.
Could '..... allow the intramural sports program -5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. -7:30p.m.:
Hake Difference : to continue at the current MONDAY

Unfortunately, many of our citizens fail to realize the importance l tt.. '> level. Sports teams might call have but Religious Education Classes
of voting. They neglect this all important privilege and obligation ,' :; 'i more arguments have over the a (High School) ------I p.m.
and attempt to justify their neglect by saying, "My one they could still oppor- TUESDAYSingle

unit squadron
tunity to maintain
vote wouldn't make any difference anyway. intramural Young Catholic Organi-
When one uncast'' ballot is multiplied by the hundreds, or thou identity jhrough zation - ---.-7:30 p.m.THURSDAYCATHOLIC .
for the
sands, of eligible voters who stay at home, the total reaches sports competition sta CHOIR
-: : ''staggering proportionjj.,and,,could make the difference in the out-, tion's Ironman Trophy. who has 7 p.m.
aboard station
come'of'arf electionV / ,TwtI4 Anyone con- U.S. Naval/ Hospital
It's obvious then, that every vote does count. But how do you, "" any constructive suggestion
the man on military duty, ensure that your vote is counted? cerning the current Special Ser- % '
vices financial crisis may make .
SUNDAY MASS -- -8a.m.
Register Now their recommendation known-

The first and most important step is to make sure that you are through their unit or squadron recreation -
Future SUNDAY SERVICE10 a.m.
properly registered to vote in your home state. With state committeeman.
primary elections beginning as early as April, right now is the articles in Jax Air News will
time to register and begin compiling all the information you will FUN IN THE SUN-Jan Sutton explain plans concerning the operation PROTESTANTAll
need to vote intelligently when the time comes. It the attractive subject posing of Special Services acti- Saints Chapel/ /
fees.There .
,.... '" at one of the fountaift in La vities and any new
.,, ''. .' 1. .. t k 4
"" ? Vega SUNDAY
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88 main and branch
..... : ... are Divine Worship Service-lOa.m.
.. : ,." Navy Commissary Stores op- Junior Worship Service 10 a.m.
.... .. ". : ..... [ UY erating at Naval installations a- Bldg. J# 722
., 'oj,.. .t--:".. It ".. round the globe.JA.X School 9 a.m. Bldg.

..... ; ... I 68: ;i" Chug
;'I .
'\ '-. ,. Junior Youth.Fellowship 5 p.m.
Bldg. #m
", AIR NTEWSThe : Senior Youth Fellowship: 6:30
".. ', ). p.m.

Remember the time factor is extremely important in regis- Choir Rehearsal4p.m.
JAX AIR NEWS 'is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
tration and voting. Requirements vary from state to stateas distributed' each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station Bldg. # 722
to when to apply for registration, when to request your ballot Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, WEDNESDAYSenior
and when you must return your ballot. a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the ]AX AIR Choir Rehearsal 7:30
Don't let the time slip by so that you will not be able to exercise NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box
one of your most valuable and Important privileges and responsi- 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. THURSDAY
News items are welcomed from all sources .- Telephone
bilities American citizen.
as an
Young: Adult Club 7
The liberty, we enjoy and for which thousands of Americans 772 3118 or 3119. 'Bldg..# 722

have given their lives can be lost if every citizen does not Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Christian Science Service
express his opinion through our system of free elections. concerning such should be directed to:. 8 p.m. Bldg. #/# 751Correction
.' Balloting.Material The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
In last week's edition of the
Official ejection balloting material may be obtained by con- Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 Jax Air News, an article on

tacting Lt. (jg) Gloria Amatrudl, NAS voting officer at the page eight identified Cdr. H.

/', Education Services Office, Bldg. 955. VOL. 25 NO. 47 FEBRUARY 29, 1968 D. Wilbur as a lieutenant com-
of the 1968 elections listed
The states and dates primary are mander. Commander Wilbur
.', below. General elections In all states, the District of Columbia is the commanding officer of
and U. S. territories will be held Nov. 5. VP

1968 Primary. Elections t ,

General elections s in all states, the District of Columbia, and territories,;:..

will be held Nov. 5 1968. t;
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Alabama PVlay'7 .. Maine June 17 Oregon May 28 (Also
Second or runoff-June 4 Maryland September 10 presidentialprimary

Alaska August 27 ; Massachusetts September 17 )

Arizona September 10 ; (Presidential 1\ Primary-April 30 Pennsylvania. l April 23 !(Alsopresidential

Arkansas July 30 : Michigan' August 6 ; 't t I : ; ..i! I

,, Second or runoff-August 13 :' Minnesota September 10 primary)

California June 4 Mississippi June 4 1 Rhode Island September 10

Colorado Septembet 10 Second or runoff-June 25 : 'South Carolina June 11 .

(May be held) Missouri .August ::4 '"ll SoutfrDakota June 4'

Delaware August 17 ; Montana June 4 Second or' runoff-June 25.

District .of Columbia May 7 ; Nebraska May 14 ; Tennessee August 1 -

Florida May 7 : Nevada September 3 ; Texas May 4

Second or runoff-May 28 : New Hampshire September 10 Second or runoff-June 1

I Georgia September 11 : Presidential primary-March 12 Utah September 10

i Hawaii October 5 New Jersey June 4 Vermont September 10

I I Idaho August 6 : New Mexico August 27 : Virginia July 9

Illinois June 11 ; New York June 18 Second or runoff-August 13

I Indiana May 7 North Carolina May 4 Washington September 17

I Iowa September 3 Second or runoff-June 1 } West t Virginia May 14

t Kansas August 6 North Dakota September 3 : Wisconsin September 10

I Kentucky May' 28 .Ohio May 7 :U Wyoming Guam August 20

I Louisiana August 17 Oklahoma August 27 : Puerto Rico None None

I Second or run September 28 : Second or runoff-September 17 : Virgin Islands
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February 29, $1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3 :

I L :. NATTC : Behind The Scene J I IBv Wives Notes '--> ..

Tom _Rater__..__ ..
Navy Wives Club Sax ##I 86
held their social educational
The NAS Golf Course 19th NATTC NAS NAVAIRWORK- r meeting Feb. 21 with Mrs. Jay I i
Hole, was the scene- Perry, vice president presid .. .I IIng
ing Down Party on ____ 1 /4
for three NATTC I ; A film entitled "The Navy <
were recently : Wife", was shown, after which J
ored were Cdr. M. refreshments and abirthday cake,
LCdr;: R. E. was served by Mesdames James <
G. C. McGauley. Bradstreet, Bobeitzen, Warren (
Premo and Biggs Anderson, and Jimmie Gibson. j
officers in AE (V) wily ,, A covered dish supper and j)J
McGauley is a phase dance, in honor of George Wash- /j
Phase VI, AE (A) ington's birthday, was held for j
Also feted at the members and their husbands Sat- i,]
Lt. H. C. Nichols, urday evening at the clubhouse. );
officer, and Lt. B.,T. }
AE (V) B School
'0' Wives Luncheon ,j;+
They were given
picting what The NAS Officers Wives will j)
while at NATTC. sponsor a Wednesday luncheon ;
at the Club Continental Orange /
NATTC's drill team Park, 2140 Astor St., with asocial l
Lancers, marched \ hour at 11:30 a.m. and
proximately 8,000 lunch at 12:30 p.m. \
Park. guest speaker at There be Max )
day in Orange will a Factor ;
participated in the an inscribed plaque demonstration by Jean Paraidiso, )j
Mardi Gras Parade.At J. Stack, NAS command- representative of Max Factor I
present it is products for the Jacksonville
the team got a Navy Complex.. )j
bon. Last year they Gifts and a modernistic paint-
place Director's ing donated by Victor Interior
marching units. Decorators of the Mural Furni- "
ture Company of Jacksonville,
Leadership Class ---- -- -- will be given, away at the lunch- 'fI
graduated at King Judge John Santora v
The 20 class members was introduced by NAS eon.For reservations call Mrs. t
Officer, Captain M. Graves at 7715338.ROKERS .
At the conclusion of I
program, Captain
presented Judge Santora a FOR OVER 200 f
with the NAS insignia and Mutual Funds
"Judge John E. San-

next CO's luncheon is CALL 359-1726
.for March 26. I

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February 29, 1968

/ Fleet Air Photo Lab '., "

\. Has Varied CapabilityOperating
-- -
\ in support of the duled.
When the job control section
Air Photographic
the Fleet
is capable of shoot receives a request, it forwardsthe
and printing all information to the studio
\ ing, processing of photographs rangingfrom and movie section, where a photographer -
\ is assigned. The
one" by
.\ a 40" by passport photographer then takes the photo -
photo to
of an aerial shot of the entire and returns the exposed film
\ to his section, where negativesof
.. station.Located in Building 921 the the photos are made. Photo-
of 40 photographers mates then select the best nega-
\ lab has an average
assigned representingevery tives and forward them to the pro-
,, : L L'S. Jax based squadron, NAS, duction section where the photo-
NARTU COMFAIRJAX and the graphs are printed.
\ Before photos are returned to
?" Naval Hospital.
under the commandof the party or command originatingthe
: CHEMICAL. MIX--PH3 S.J. Phillips l takes a temperature reading of a large tank of chemicals.The Previously Light Photographic Squadron request they are put throughthe
I, tanks are located on the upper deck of the photo lab and chemicals are piped to the var- 62 (VFP 62))," the lab now quality control section where

: ious. _processing rooms.___ .___ .__ _. ,..__ serves under COMFAIRJAX. they are checked to ensure they
\ The lab is equipped to print meet top quality standards.
\ and process color and black and The quality control section is
white motion and still photo also charged with ensuring that
\ graphs. all chemicals and equipment usedat
\ A rotating crew of photographers the lab meet the manufacturer's
\ L ta on "non crew flight skins" requirements.The .
o Si ,t 5 g 'v Y takes aerial shots of the stationto material section of the lab
; be used as reference photos is the supply depot. Any photo
4sa. and on occasion hospital photographers equipment needed by lab personnel -
\ .j take medical photo- or outlets supported by the
\ r'rY : graphs at the Naval Hospital. lab are distributed through this
\ Machine processing enableslab section.
personnel to process and print Large tanks on the upper deck
Y several rolls of aerial film in 4 of the lab, allow the chemical mix
I matter of minutes. section to store hundreds of gal-
\, 'S Covering an average of 580 lons of chemicals for daily use.
> jobs a month, the photographers A pipe line leading from the
are kept busy shooting photosfor chem mix section to the vari-
the various commands and ous processing rooms providesa
J < squadrons including Air Force, constant supply of chemicals.
I Army and Marine Corps detach- Other sections of the lab include -
PRODUCTION(! to r) PHAN M.E. Taylor, PH3 G.M. Handleman'and PHAN T.T. Rawlingsof ments in the area. the color lab, camera
E the production section enlarge photos to the requested size. The lab is divided into various repair section, administration
sections, with each section assigned and training.
a particular phase of photo Photo requests going to the lab
work. The photo processing operation are set up on a routine, urgent
begins with the job and priority bases, dependingon
control section where all photo when the photos are requiredand
requests are recorded and sche operational commitments of
a the lab.
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Becker sets his sub-
ject up for a portrait. Bu.... : 11iz
Per's of officers
OPEN SUNDAY stationed here are handledby
this section of the lab.

tn addition to retail stores,
cafeterias, snack shops, and EM
clubs Navy Exdlanges provide

A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY such facilities as beauty salons,
barber shops, optical shops,shoe

We I.*. them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Iit p.ct- repairs, child nurseries watch '.
Ion. Then we tuned up. tightened, and replaced everything that repair, embossing,engraving and '.
nceded It. And them 100 for the replacementof
guaranteed % repair or other services.
all major mechanical parts for 30 day or 1000 mile*. Come -many
.. In and double check. -

VW SEDANS FROM 1962 to 1967 W.P. Cormier and PH2 R.L.
Sluss the machine
66 VW FASTBACK. . . . . '. $1850 operate
precesser which can pro

66 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe. 4 . . $1750 cess several rolls of aerial
film in a matter .f minutes.
66 VW SEDAN White, Air Condo . . $1595


65 VW Double Cab Pick Up Truck. . $1195 f l l t l

66 PONTIAC TEMPEST Coupe Loaded. . $1950

66 CHEVROLET BEL AIR" 2 DR. . . $1690
V/8, Auto. Trans.. Power Steering & Power Brakes. ,

66 FALCON 4 DR, Sedan, R & H, A/T. . $1450

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I I Jacksonville Area Civil Service- News 1 I ;;1


I Civilians May Appeal ClassificationsThe 2r-i

Civil Service Commis- application by the worker, the as a loss in pay), and the classification -
sion has ,Issued regulations that classification of his position. He is found to be inerror,
extend to 800ooO.federal em- must use this system before he the corrective action will be retroactive -
ployees In trades, crafts and can appeal to the commission. to the effective date of
labor occupations the right to Agencies have been directed to the adverse action provided the
appeal to the commission for review provide a speedy system for com- request was filed within the time
of the correctness of their pleting the"review of the employ- limits for filing under his agency
job classifications. ee's position. To ensure that a- adverse action appeals system.
"White Collar" workers already gencies meet this responsibility Each agency will be respon-
have such a right of appeal. the commission has established sible for maintaining a classi- '
Effective as of January 15, the several minimum requirementsfor fication review file which will
new regulations place into effecta an agency's system. For constitute the review record,and -
provision of the.Postal Revenue example, the correction of an this record may not I contain any
and Federal Salary Act of 1967, erroneous classification cannot Information which is not made
signed by the President on Dec. be delayed beyond'' 60 days from available to the employee.The I
the date the employee filed his agency's decision in writ- __L
16.The commission regulations application for review, Ing, will be based on.the record : _
require each agency to establisha If the employee's request involves and the employee will be advisedof _
system for reviewing, upon an adverse action (such his further right to appealto
the commission. In addi-
tion, the decision will Include
Employment Office an analysis of the employee's

I position, comparing the position
with the appropriate standard.The .

Lists 12 New JobsThe employee may appeal to .
the commission only after his
through the close of business agency has issued Its decision. After 26 years of service, Ralph E. Bowen (C), machinist i
merit promotion oppor Monday. The appeal must be filed within retired from the Naval Air Rework Facility. He received a .
tunities of currently open for listed,receipt MPB No. 21 68 Military 15 calendar days of the employ- watch from D.R. Whiddon (R), production engineering superintendent 1

below. The applications area of consideration are Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS4 ee's receipt of the agency deci- as his wife looked on.
FEATU sion, and the employee must
and closing date of each is Area of consideration spec .c
shown. NAS NARF NARTU. COM ify the pan of his agency'sdecision
Commissary with which he disagrees.The .
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D -
grade levels GS 4 and below; Stores 'Jax. Applications will commission's decision
be accepted through the close of will be final. It will include the
MPB 79-67 Plan C all t
effective date for corrective act- 1 e h'"et,
semi skilled positions pay level business Monday.
ion if corrective action is war-
7 and below MPB No. 83- Clerk
; MPB 22 68 Shipment
ranted, and will constitute a certificate
67 Plan B all skilled positionspay (Typing), GS 5. Area of con- which will be binding on
level 8 and above. Area of siderationN'ASNARFNARTU,
all administrative, certifying
consideration NAS, NARF, ,
COMF AIRJAX. Navy Commis payroll, disbursing, and account-
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy sary Stores, Jax. Applicationswill Ing officers of the government.As .
Commissary Stores, Jax. Applications be accepted through the closeof in the case of other appeals,
will be for
business Tuesday.
the Civil Service Commis-
these positions at any time. A MPB No. 23 ,- 68 Trans- and
sioners may re open reconsider -
separate application Form 57 is portation, Loss&Damage Claims any previous decision
required for each position in Examiner GS 6 Sixth Naval when, in their Judgement, such
which interested. District._.Area,of considerationNAS action warranted by the ?I4Ii
't appears
"MPB No. 158 67" IndustrialEngineer NARF NARTU, COM circumstances.
GS 5, 7, 9, and 11. FAERJAX, Navy Commissary %!
Area of consideration nation- Stores, Jax. Applications will ,
wide. Applications will be accepted be ,accepted through the close of Fiieril Policy I .
until the needs of the business March 21. ApprovedUnder .
service are met and will be MPB No. 24 68 Traffic

considered as received. Manager GS lit; MPB No. 25- a policy approved recently .........._..,m.
MPB No. 20 68 Accountant 68 Training Specialist, GS 9. by the Civil Service Willie Jackson (L), industrial tractor operator, production
GS 7. Area of consid- Area of consideration nation- Commission, a federal em- at NAS.
control division, NARF retired after 23 1/2 years
eration Sixth Naval District. be be excused from
wide. Applications will ac- ployee may I
Applications will be accepted (Continued on Page 6)NEED ) work, without charge to an- V.L. Milliard transportation branch supervisor presented
nual leave or loss of pay, to Jackson with a retirement watch.There .
attend the funeral of an im- -
mediate member of his family Exams
killed in line of duty in the are over 400 Navy Exchange Interagency Board of U.
retail outlets in
armed forces. opera- S. Civil Service Examiners has,
tion Naval around
at installations
Federal agencies have been
issued the following examination
the world.
urged to adopt the policy. announcements to fill positions'

throughout the state with the exception -
i of 10 counties in the

1 M CASH? I- : CAN GET MORE northwest portion.!

.d3Toll YOUR MONEY The announcement was as follows -

( LOW COST : Junior and Journeyman. .
and auto Aircraft Electrician,Aircraft Instrument
dOn Mechanic and Air Traffic -
insurance Control Specialist. GS 6,

1. from 8 and,,10. .
------ .. Starting'salaries for the above
r J hJ. In $2.74
positions range from to
'd lICi4Il./ltJdmll"
/ iur INSURANCE t COMPANY $3.54 per hour.Applications. .

will be accepteduntil
further notice and shouldbe

Get any amount, large or small, PHONE 725-5577 sent to the Interagency Boardof
U. S. Civil Service Examiners,
J "'t"
.1II".1"I.1'IIIII.I'III.I.I".1II.1'l@nJJU@K i s 123 South Court Avenue,Orlando,
to $600. $50 cost only $1.50
up Fla. 32801. Further informa-

[ { WDT(! 1 tion regarding these positionsmay
for 30 days. On a loan of $500.55 d be obtained,by calling the

repay only $29 per month. By the makers of K Employment Office at 772-3448.
8 Johnson and EvlnrudaJ ,1
EXAMPLES O. Outboard Motors-
too provide prompt service to UPAYMINTS 1 J

when military you personnel.need money.Save Phone time C'lh Yo" totollthly. I Factory, 'Avthorized I
first,then stop by to complete G.t .y".lItyour -
loan. Try us you'll $101.02 S 6.00 1 Service Dept. CanYou
like us. We're the most help 202.05 12.00 3 Complete/ Repairs on All Makes I
ful loan people you'll find TAKE YOUR CAR
anywhere. 216.21 17.00 1A9rtCE0rl Purchase MTII YOU?
1 409.53 24.00 / Any 1 For Financing' and Insurance
J Aetna Finance Co. 500.55 29.00 g I V/| Wr Net b( Y 1 Stateside. and Overseas. Call

If'A Financial Service of ITT 600.00 34.39 S 1 ore With rode MWAG DYER M. BURR
': .' (I4M4 on 24 totOLt) Mode.1240

'T, '5551 NORMANDY BLVD.: PHONE: 387. 1692 1 ,Bike Lawnmower Service 1 FINANCE CORPORATION and

46 W. Duval-355-7543 or 8006 Lem Turner Rd-768-OSOI and operated by Ch..uW. sntr INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
I 4545si 3u 4 : 3011J INSURANCE COMPANY
Aetna Johis 5615 Tfmuquana' Rd..77lrQSl7.February .
The, flood word for a 1 lopris I k #I' 9!

.. r ..r. up E'

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February 29, (1968

i New Exchange! ? Officer Takes Over, .M"

Cdr. Matthew J, Ott, SC, assumed : "
duties as'' the Navy Exchange "
officer Monday when he : T.

relieved Cdr. Fred Schanze,Jr.
As the Navy Exchange Officer,
b"A he will not only be in control of F
4I all exchange activities here, but. w c
also at Mayport and Cecil Field s
and Glynco and Albany, Ga. ?
Commander Ott, previously
I served as the exchange officerat
x Moffett Field, Calif., from
1963 to 1967. He received his
rpT B. A. from St. Anselm's Uni- : w a ,,!( ..,
versity, Manchester, N. H, t
where he graduated Magna Cum
i Laude. He then attended the *
itt University of Pittsburgh in 1962 :; P* _
I where he earned a Masters Li
Degree Business and was selected r Jz
for the National Honorary ,atc
Isc Business Sigma.Fraternity, Beta Gamma R a Q r k N &2'a"

: / Commander Ott's military
career began 14 years ago when 6
:>t,,,,, ... he entered the Navy as a line
officer. Since that time, he '___m__ __
NEW NX OFFICER-Commander Ott looks over some new mer has served at the Naval Supply I
chandise In the men's department with saleslady Connie Co- Center, San Diego, and aboardthe HAPPINESS IS-Murl C.. Creasy, Public Works Department,
wart. USS Richard S. Edwards and receives his retirement watch from Capt. L.W. Graves. Creasy
USS Eugene A. Greene. completed 26 years of service.
Before reporting to NAS Jax, .

: IUJQQ e wmro@$ rn@ ID$1 NorfolkVa.Armed Commander Forces Ott attended Staff College the at ,.

Commander Schanze will retire ,,.
May 1 after 23 years of ,
naval service.

; ,
Group Insurance
r S '
r f
RO .lt Deadline NearsOver u ;t 4x
{ S ; } CAR WASHOPEN x ',i .
IVI 99 per cent of the station u
and tenant command employeeshave '
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM 5:30: PM recorded their choice in the % *
available in the "
new programs _
FREE CAR WASHWITH Federal Employees' Group Life fa,nt'4t 'et."h
Insurance plans. So far 549
IS GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL/ employees elected to buy the optional -
addition to the regular 'in .:

5 All. employees except the 87
Loco/to1 in Roos.v./f Mall// Shopping*.r I who have waived all coveragein
this program have until April
14 to add the optional Insuranceto
their life insurance programs.The .
premiums for this
coverage 'are based on the age
of the insured: $3 deduction
each pay period until an em-
ployee is 35; $6 until an employeeis
55; after age 55 the bi WHAT"'TIME-William A. Battle of the Naval Air Rework Fac-
1 weekly deduction goes to $20. ility, receives a retirement watch from Jerome F. Porwall, J
: The optional insurance may be Process Division Battle completed 26 of
canceled at any time without effecting ___..f__ years
H 1 2' the regular life insurance service.US.SAVINGS. 12 JOBS ANNOUNCED .
Employees who waived all par- A R-TRADE. (Continued from Page 5)) .

ticipation in this program will cepted through the close of?
9wT3 have to wait a year and then they business March 25.
may enroll if they are not 50 MPB No. 26 68 Supply',
years old and are medically in- Clerk, GSA' 5. Area of con? L.
: r ; w,8 '- surable. siderationNAS.NARF.NARTU, ;
a a a a a COMFAIRJAX Navy Commissary
i The earliest known seagoing Stores Jax. Applicationswill
i vessel is a 102 foot sailing -. be accepted through the close
"" ..''wr.. .;. ''.'7 8 5 '. vessel dating back to the Egypt- I-. BONO of business March 7.
Ian 6th dynasty pf about 2600B. All applicants for the' above
t .. C. Oars found in Danish Help stem the gold flow by positions must be career, or
bogs have been dated 7000 B. C, buying American-made pro career conditional employeesof
$t41:1 saving now before it's' too late. a a a a a a ducts. the Federal government. Applications I
1 lit. t, . s.J ",.'. ."''''. '. n .B should be filed with )i :
IRD, Box 22, U, S. HAS Jacksonville I
Fla. 32212. For fur
CEDAR HILLS I WE NEED ther information call Ext. 2320,
Recruiting and Examining
MOTORS Branch, IRD, NAS. .


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Building 39 Ext. 3870 TOP CASH DOLLARFor at Niblick

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Monday' .- Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. .- 3:00 p.m. GarJett Txpc Apunm IUI40'' .' ',J:""" ,
u-iJi ( ''UtHYV Club .
Thursday: 9:30 a.m. 4:30.p.m.Friday
Clean :n'Oj4i"I&'h''
10:00 3:00 Autos
: p.m. Kitchens equipped with. Ci i E "".
Ranges t, Rei'ngeraio Y> {
NAS' Cecil Field FACILITYOFFlcat'"B InJh'IJu", A.r Coniuonng, r
EXt.226Monday All Makes or Models! and HcacHig bv G C *gL .
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.- Friday: 10:00 a.m. .- 2:00 p.m. ti | OWE BEAT ALL COMPETITION 771-4216 Large! SI(1l11ll11 fl I',+ol
Military Pay Days 9.-00: a.m. 3:00 p.m. Phone 384-4406



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THURSDAY thru SUNDAY, joXE'Jr tl I!I. St., JOHNS MOTOR, C0.liic.; St. Johns Mobile Homes

m 6435 ROOSEVELT BLVD. "Just North of NAS JAX Main Gate"


I I 3 Ready Garbs To; Floor Roll Shift, Mag., Wheels" i \ Mobile Home

::E'lQc .,: #0 oi r. s r.r a:a! s.a s e wOWNED" -4 Low As $2795
Phone 384 2386 4621 San Juan : & OPERATED, :' : %Bank Financing Available
I: PH I Thomas Cheek USN. Ret.
I 6263 Roosevelt llvd. 384 5584
j I.' 389-6617 John C. Thompson USN. Ret. : -

f!' 'it m''i.}[ it{:; : '" ft Hi <. : ,, ,Ii i: ' 1 """ j:: ',, ,,\

r{, Sewing. Machines ". Small -GEAM/FM <"
Loans on, NOW ON, SALE '! Clock Radio
. i r Anything of Value GOODYEAR' NOW 29 95 ;,/
Singer,. Kenmore New Home Nelco, Morse EXCLUSIVE '1
t ; Domestic, Universal, Zig Zags and ::1 Was 34.95 ONLY '
: ,Straight Sews New & used priced from. EASY ;'
f. $24.95 & ,upMorse. bwnnm.- &:urctahxu.au1 ardm.d4..dd.Gq.. TERMS
: I SPECIAL on TV's. $39" '==-- W '
........... '1,
: Sewing C.lter' GOODYEAR, Service" Stor:

.',' 6437 WILSON BLVD. 7718211MORRIS 6463 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone 3844066Jay 429 Normonily'' Blvd. Phone .3IM57UTrout's

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103rd & IliMdiMfCempUtt : 25
Serve You Giblet Gravey & Dressing, Choice f |
Avtd RtpilrsWe .. ; of 2 Vegetables and 'tossed Salad.
Seven Days A Week" XXXSX
i tahe:'better!. r' STANDARD I 40 Years Serving Fine Foods
5836 TIMUQUANA RO. PH. 7715636RENTAL < cf your ear..; JDIL" 5943 Roosevelt Blvd. 387. 4944LIVE5

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E"*'f In Normandy; &:Cedo/ Hills ;r = GOODYEAR NOW $ )fl95 ,,,.: Country.-4Weste y .- r.n. (( ::, :. ,
j "MUSIC'' }
;:: ,,;' '.. .. ....'.".... .eae, eeoeeo EXCLUSIVEWas ONLY ;'?'
34.95 EASY By,Tha"COUNTRY PARDNERS"Every'Friday ,
i'D. *L.s L. C. r.HREsNATLAELss ; oMSW.taintATCfofirtfttn.nltlunt.taAMulMO TERMS I Night. Saturday by Request! .';;/'
Oeeeee00'1e 0ee0.e0.Ne .eee ieeee IAIM.-tanddeak+..(ntoM__MMP..Iwltek Wttaut nU inMA' ." Skyway TavlrrS != .: :,

: '. ,REALTOR / APPRAISALS '--V Yl JTT.ClUlI">C3kOKI TU r:111 J GOOD.VYEAH'' f Service Store 4461 Roes Jt 1'
'''' __._.. : 'vol Blvd: ;
;, a 1 ",, MORTGAGES,- iM" ,F' '' ,Under H :.New Managemest!:, :I f':1 4 r.J.l't" ''';'r.1 .
|3464 V'>' 'V BRANDING.' """ ,',.BLVD.,.","" <.' "*- 771. .-05S7'" e' 5429 Normandy Blvd. Phone 3894571r i: t r-k-l':"('' ;;''i< <';"THE COlOEST'BEERJN.TbwVirgilia *;
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.& WALKER AGENCY Ie" SS2.j6'per month :: RENTALS .SALES

3462 BlMdl II,. 7719511NOW ;.5887 ROOSEVEtTS' D.. ,PHONE_ '388-4618$ : Registered Real Estate Broker
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NOW sdj. 95 ,.> .
EXCLUSIVE, f LV< ." 7. :80)( f .,With 4. Dr. Desk and, Chairs, Makes Button" ,:
Was: 34.95" ,
EASY holes. Sews on Buttons, Fancy De lgnsi
,. :. ,..; &,e"1 .y.r a,1 laIJt..1IJI TERMS"o.a.ldwkGuNll ')\ Blindhems, Overcasts, Satin ,Stitches without J 1 .
....i.imerdkicI S 3.italW.YWN., = Attachments,Sold New Over $350. :Bat:f
TACO / $42. Cash'or $ 5 month '
Service' Store
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Morse ,Swing Cuter ,,:
5429 Nermudy 8vd.! Pho 3894571 103rd & BlaiidiHj Center 771 7970 1948 BLaNDINGBLVD. 384-5821 '

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VP-45 Hosts

RCAF CrewPatrol

Squadron Forty Five
recently hosted a crew from the
i .. a; rt"a' Royal Canadian Air Force a
: : Maritime Patrol Squadron of
Summerside, PEI, Nova Scotia -c"

Canada as part of a Canadian -
U. S. exchange program. -i4
Maritime Squadron 415 con-
ducts anti submarine warfareand
shipping surveillance flights T a a
over the North Atlantic Ocean
d "oS contiguous to Canada, similar to riiIf
t; the flights conducted by Fleet Air < __.
Wing Eleven Squadrons off the f I

coast of Florida. _
w '" The Canadian crew flies the
I"t(A Canadair built CP 107 Argus, a
sIrt r+ s+s
c iLjwtMUJ _modified Bristol Britania. L
A crew from VP 45 return- 9
ed the exchange visit Monday

sue' f 7g when they flew a P 3 Orionto EXCHANGE PROGRAM -- Capt. W. W.'Honour, commander, FA W-'

Nova Scotia. The crew Is 11, (right) and Cdr. H. D. Wilbur, CO, VP 45, (left) greeted'Maj.

due ut to_.return_ tomorrow.. ........,....... B. J. Budgeon senior officer (second from left) and Capt. K. F.
Hoffer, plane commander of the .Royal Canadian Air Force Crew
L x 41 from Maritime Patrol Squadron 415 of Summerside PEI, Nova
... ____--_., __ .. Scotia Canada, when they arrived recently as part of a Canadian -

the for 30 U. S. exchange program.
MAGAZINES -- Mrs. R. V. hospital recently two-
Berry on behalf of the Jackyear magazine subscriptions.'
.' sonville Officers Wives Club plus plastic covers and stands. re Jax Marines News
presented a check for $909 to Capt. W. S. Baker commanding
officer of the hospital and Mrs.
Berry look at several of the mag- Navy Achievement MedalsThe The citation went on to read,
HONDA azines. "Reassigned as noncommissioned -
.. Navy Achievement Medal officer in charge of the
MOTORCYCLES was presented to a student In Ammunition Control Section on
Navy Exchanges are not commercial Aviation Ordnance School ClassB
W. Give Merchant Green Stamp enterprises. They are in ceremonies held Feb. 21. July 10, 1967, SSgt. Broy work-
r" part of the Naval Supply Systems SSgt. Herbert P. Broy received ed tirelessly and diligently in
.' Command and under developing 'a highly accurate
rr operate the award from LtCol. A. E.
....' rules and regulations established James commanding officer of aviation ordnance accounting
by Congress. CLOSE SCRUTINY MMC J. for As result of his
I D. Penes checks a teat tube fated MAD superior perform procedure. a
with a petroleum product for ance of his duties while serv- competence and technical know-
MOTORS impurities at the Navy't Petroleum ing with Marine Air Base Squadron ledge, records of ordnance ex-
BROKERS FOR OVER 200 Handling School (PHS), Ft. 12 in Vietnam. pediture were accurately main-
&CYCLES Mutual Funds Lee, Va Although an academic tained which ensured the timely
department of the Army't Quartermaster -. The accompanying citation resupply of ammunition and Increased -
COMPANY. INC. RICHARD' 0. BENOIT School, PUS it ttaffed read in pan "Assigned as non' the combat readinessof
4949 Blanding INTERNATIONALSECURITI by Navy instructors who train en- commissioned officer in "
ES CORP. lilted fleet oiler personnel to charge f Aviation Ordnance Supply the entire group.

PH 771-8244 396 BLVD.LEN, !..X>R. 205 give quick, efficient delivery of '' he Initiated highly effective Broy is authorized to wear
;) large volume of pure petroleumvital I
Inventory control and issue pro-
the Combat "V".
to the operating forces of
cedures. In addition he skillfully -
the U. S. Atlantic Fleet. '
updated the unit's complex
embarkation records and pro- Arrival and Departure
t cedures which immeasurably enhanced -
GySgt. Robert E. Mason AE
the squadron's" opera- School instructor arrived here
tional readiness. Feb. 20 from Marble Mountainin
NttugI South Vietnam where he spent
13 months with,Headquarters and
Maintenance Squadron16..

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MoviesMOVIES Club SchedulesBLUEJACKETS --, .
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will be shown regularly IN: Hear the Saturday- -night.- -Try the sirloin

at the NAS Jax Theatreat sounds of Phil Cay the Chantels steak special for $1.65 that ev- ,.,.Section]
6 and 8:15 thru
p.m., Monday tomorrow and Saturday evening. ening. Dinner specials for Tues-
Saturday. There will also be a The Ravens will be on hand day and Wednesday are fried "-';7
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays, Saturday afternoon. Sunday chicken and rib eye steak. q
Sunday and holidays. The Hos: afternoon host the' Sixteens Ads should be moiled tc the Holt Publishing Company
pital Theatre will have one nightly with Mel Gaden in the' spotlightthat CANDLELIGHT RESTAU 1950 Blending Bird. Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, to arrive
future at 7 p.m.Thursday not latet than Tuesday for publication the Thurs.
night. Monday, and Tuesday RANT: The restaurant will be ,following
Feb. 29 nights are the Go Go eli- open from 11 a.m. to midnight day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
following" week unless the publisher is instructed other
minations. The Love Birds
NAS "THE YOUNG are Friday and Saturday and 10 p.m. wise. A check order the
: WAR or money for full cost of the ad must
RIORS": starring James Drury featured Monday and the Nu Sunday. The Thurston Brooks be received WITH the copy for the d. '
Sounds Tuesday. The Ravens Trio will provide the music tom
((101 and Steve Min.)Carlson.Rating-Good. will be on hand for the Go Go orrow and Saturing evening from DO NOT SEND CASH

HOSPITAL: "TO SIR WITH finals Wednesday night. 8 to 11 p.m. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 linot). . . . 12.00

LOVE": starring Sidney Pot ACEY DUCEY CLUB: The "O" CLUB: Enjoy the Beef- Per additional line ((4 words por lino).i . .oisO
ter and Judy Geeson. Rating-
Blue Tones will
appear tomor- eater's buffet
tonight from 6 to
Excellent.( 112 Min.)
row night. Saturday evening 9 p.m. Sam Ross is under the
Friday, March J\ features the sounds of the Fies- spotlight tomorrow evening.
tas. The Five Clubs are under Dance to the music of Johnny ROOM FOR RENT PRIVATE SINGERS FOR $15
NAS: "CLAMBAKE" starring the spotlight Sunday night. Chicken Jelinek Saturday night. The Entrance. Twin Beds, Dock Sewing Machines, left in storage -
Elvis Pre ely and Shelley Fa- or shrimp in a basket Champagne Special is featured I Boathouse and fishing from front good condition. Does every-
bares. Rating Very Good. for $.75 is featured all this both evenings. Take the familyto lawn. $20 single $15 double. thing, complete with attachments.
((107 Min.) week. Plan to attend a "Hippie the buffet dinner Sunday from Write Holt Publishing) Co., 1950 Yours for storage charge, $15.
HOSPITAL: "THE YOUNGWARRIORS" Party" March 15. 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday Is foreign Blanding Blvd., Box B, Jax, Fla. each. Call 353-1946WillDeliver,
: starring James dish night. The club serves a 32210 No obligation. A-l WAREHOUSE

Drury. CPO CLUB: The Moonlightersare luncheon from 11:15 a.m. to 1:45 HOUSE & TRAILER FOR RENT 1606 MAIN ST.
Saturday, March 2 under the spotlight tomorrow p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. BR ,-
3 Furn. or Unfurn. House
evening. Dine on the seafood Make your reservations for the RETIRING SOON?
NAS "THE AMBUSHERS" :Meadowbrook Terrace Area, 1
: special for $1.25. Mel Gaden dinner
dance no featuring the The top ranks of our nationwide
starring Dean Martin and Senta and his Gals BR Trailer, Private Lot, Clean
Lazy Rhythm appear Norad Band March 15. organization are full of former
Bergen. Rating Very good. --_.._- -_...._---- and convenient, 264 2879 or
Officers and Senior PO's who
((110 Min.) U 264 6410. have achieved new success withus

HOSPITAL: "CLAMBAKE": after leaving the service. We
starring Elvis Presley.K. a gday1 __ FOR RENT 2BRHOUSE FURN.
i need more like them. To
Orange Park, Temp. or Perm.
Matinee: "HOLDON"starring them offer
we comprehensive
Herman's Hermits and Qtrs., Will rent to TAD per-
training, high income opportunity -
sonnel or bachelors 264 6884.
Shelly Fabares ((2 ) and a choice of attractive

Sunday, March 3 locations all over the U. S. How
.a FOR SALE POODLE -Minature
about ?
NAS "HOTEL" you Write Regional
: starringRod w Female, Blk., 4 mos., Shots.,
Director P. O. Box 13177
Taylor and Merel Obern. $50.7715410.. .
Rating Excellent. ((124 Min.) Orlando, Fla. 32809.

tin. starring 5 Marlett Trailer 2BR, 10 x 52' Close to Bases, Lights Water
with tilt/out. 771-4399. and Sewage available. Call 389-
Monday, March 4 '
o.u 5700. 10' x,12' ft. Wide.
NAS: "GLORY STOMPERS" HOME 3 BR, 2 B, Comp. private -
starring Dennis Hopper and Jody w/fenced in courtyard.
McCrea. Rating Good.((93 Min.) Near NAS &. Cecil $175 mo., Products, Epoxy, Fiberglass,
Resin, etc. 1372 Cassat Ave.
HOSPITAL: "HOTEL" star- 771 7221 before 9 or after 6. 389 3738.JUSTISS .
Rod -
ring Taylor.
." Tuesday, March 5 with 4 stools, recliner chair, TRAILER PARK 1
.. .',' NAS: "TOBRUK" starring console TV and- portable record Qtr. mile no, of NAS. Clean
Rock Hudson and George Pep- player. (Need work). Misc. modern trailers & Apts.' 389' -
Items. Ortega Hills. 389 3800 3007. '
pard. Rating Very good. ((118

Min.) .
starring Dennis Hop- Large Kitchen. 5148 101st St. JOCKEY?? For information call:
per. off Ortega Farms Blvd.771 -2377 356 8351. Day or Night.

Wednesday March 6
"' ftf = 'T' C' Boone Park. 4 Rms. Conv. NAS
YOU DON'T" starring Tony Curtis Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
A RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY Saturday marked the grand openingof B50 & $60. Call after 6
and Verna Li si. Rating the new home of Branch and Unit 91, Fleet Reserve Associationat EV7 3356. p.m. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
Very Good. ((126 Min.) 5391 Collins Road in Orange Park. Officiating at the ceremonywas Call Powell or Mills, USN

rto.a lls.. .' ((1 r) Thomas Feaster, past president and charter member of DELRAY MANOR 110th '&. Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park

Branch 91, Mrs. Mary Hutcherson, president Unit 91, Ladies Karen St. New all brick homes, ,Realty.
Auxiliary, FRA, and W. J. "Cappy" Capwell, past president Branch AC Low 20's. Building Lots
91, and current president of the organizations bondholders. Available; Floyd White, Bldr. STEREO CONSOLE
CCOOCCCOOQOC 771 5643. Take up payments on 2 month
old beautiful stero console, like
Service Men Welcome ::3/4 ACRE, 60'TRAILER'FLOR- new 4 speed record charger.Balance -

time IDA Rm., Screen Porch;2 Car Due $68. or $8 per month.
/2 price admission any .
Garages Fenced. Off 110th. Floyd Also Good Buy on COLOR TEL
g upon presentation of I I. D. Whitei 3ldr. 771 5643. EVISION. Ph. 353-1946 anytime.

s Open 7 Days A Week "REAL. ESTATE: We will nclp' Ask deliver for no credit obligation.manager. Will A-1

you f Buy, Sell or Invest. WAREHOUSE, 1606 Main St
Bowen Real Estate, Realtor. Jacksonville, Fla.
USN Retired 384 .1376 '

............. equipped. A real bargain Call Near JAX and CECIL. 1 blk.
Bill Rucker at Credit Union ,west of 5900 blk. of Jammes Rd.
64 VW Conv.. $590 Ext. 2431. (NAS) All new paint, 2 BR, LR, Kit.
Roosevelt llvd. Furn., Brk. Nook Park 2 cars,
63 HOMES FOR SALE ORANGE aid boat, $85 mo. includes water
Renault Sedan. Roosevelt
$390 (Next to Mall)
PARK Owner, Modern, 3 BR, sewage, garbage, lawn care I

60 Jaguar Sedan. $590 3S4-34S1 2 B, Den, Fireplace, Drapes, Furn. & Unfurn., 387 2541
OOOOWOOOttC O 9MKITARY Trees, $5,000 dn. 264 9638. nights and weekends, 389 0744.

RIFLE, Good Cond., Reasonable,
61 Contact D. Wright, AMD, Avion- Fenced backyard, Conv. to NAS
ics, Cecil Field Ext. 167. & Cecil 781 7910.

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10 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER February 29, 1968

I -$ '. --. Brazilian Families Make Jax Their Home. \..

i Story- ---. and Photos by. Darlene Davis

Americans may be curious to attending the Sacred Heart school De Santanna's home when the Zelina, whG are living in their displays and the convenience of
know how visitors from other in Jacksonville. Lessons and wives who were to be the sub- first trailer home feel the kit- the large, well stocked depart
countries react to being thrust conversations are conducted in ject of the interview learned chen is much too small as com- ment stores. Shopping facilitiesare
into the lifeline of American soc English, but the children are that it was to be conducted pared to the spaciousness of their much the same in Rio De-
iety. rapidly learning the language through interpretations by their kitchens in Brazil but other than Janiero, where the families re-
I recently spent an afternoonwith as well as making many friends. husbands. The men studied En- this disadvantage the ladies like side. Branches of some of the
three Brazilian families who Two of the sisters in the paro- glish in Brazil and at the Lack- the comforts of the trailer. major American stores such as
are residing in Jacksonville for -..--......-...._"l.t_____s.....'_a:'IB_ Food shopping is done at the Sears and Roebuck are located in
several months. POI Jobe De q commissary, and they feel thereis Brazil. One department store in
Silva, CPO Florisvaldo De San- K M M no problem in buying the food Brazil stocks everything (from
tanna, and POI Edmilson De 1 p r y9 t.l stuffs to which they are accus- women's fashions to small air-
Menezes are Brazilian Navy tomed. The matter of prepara- craft.
men who are undergoing train- tion is another story. Their EntertainmentThe
ing at AE "B" School at NATTCas foods are customarily cooked together families frequent the Jacksonville -
part of the Navy's Military such as stews and soups, library, where they
Assistance Program. Shortly but they do like American food check out films for home view-
after their arrival here in Nov- very much. ing. They often go to local mov-
ember 1967, their families joined Their days are occupied muchas ie theaters. The wives enjoy
them. the American housewife with the movies, even without sub-
English Greeting cooking, washing,caring for chil- titles, because they believe Eng-
The families are living intrail- dren, and shopping. Zelina and lish in the films increases their
1 I er parks near thebase and agreedto Jobe De Silva have two children own comprehension of the lan-
meet at the De Santanna's Suely and Joel age five guage. As with many Americans,
duplex home for an interview. and three. Suely attends kindergarten their favorite type of film is
.. I was greeted by George and in Brazil, but her westerns.
Maria Gloria De Santana: age parents feels she is too young to During free time, the families
I 13 and 12, who politely told me adjust to the difficulties encoun- drive around the city, visit the
in English to make myself com- tered by a language barrier in zoo and beaches. On past week-
fortable and that the families an American school. ends, they have visited St. Aug-
would arrive shortly. The wives have all gone to the ustine, Cape Kennedy, and Silver
George and Maria Gloria are various shopping centers in Jacksonville Springs. Gloria Maria parti-
\ like American fashionsand cularly enjoyed visiting Cape
are impressed with the Kennedy. She always watched

ARE MAKING _____mn
TRACKS TO.. LIKE MOST AMERICAN Service families, the Brazilians feel
._ the families belong together regardless of which country duty [ iitJ -

.- .. 7k Stitt may take them. Albertina, Gloria Maria and Zelina are seatedby f
their husbands (I-r) POI I Edmilson De Menezes CPO Flor-
isvaldo De Santanna, and POI I Jobe De Silva. .v
San Juan & Roosevelt 1aI
.+ chial school speak Portegueseand land Air Force Base in Texas
Spanish, but do so only when prior to their arrival Jackson-
yourself 'In our placet'P.S. '
necessary to increase the child- v.ille. The questions and an-
j Every Third' Drink' ren's understanding.There: swers began with interpreta -
FREE-9A.M. tit 7P.M. was a slight confusion tions, misinterpretations-
when the families arrived at the standing misunderstanding, and r" 6M 3' 1
laughter at the humor of the sit-

Say Aloha uation..
The Interview
to Your Neighbor! Gloria Maria De Santana, Zel- !S1 rR
ii a' De Silva and Albertina De
ienezes said their reception by the f r
DRIVE TO American people was most t 1
friendly and helpful and much like
the Brazilian's attitude towards
foreign visitors.A i
f woman usually judges the
adequacy of a home by the size

HAWAII of the kitchen. Albertina and ________n ___no __m_ _nM__n____ .
THE CHILDREN, (I l-r) GeorgeDe .
a DAYTONA BEACHIIAWAAM Santanna, Joel De Silva
> Oak Hill Maria Gloria De Santannaand

Suely De Silva,

Pure Service CenterOpen enjoy watching television,
even though they cannot under-

y. for your convenience 6 a.m. |10 p.m. stand all the English words
being spoken. ,

,g"\\ road service pick up & delivery the Apollo launchings when tele-1]

mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars vised In Brazil and found It
2301 S. Atlantic Ave
thrilling to actually visit the
project site and get !a first -
HAS EVERYTHINGI! 771 -9156 103rd & Jammes Road hand look at some of the train-
P 0'J Jacksonville Florida Ing procedures.The .

:1 $l\" families often entertain
: ; 00 one another as well as American
... t I per Day friends they have made here.

Double Occupancy 1 .s Evenings are spent in conversation -
$ playing bingo, or pos-
LOOKAT K sibly dancing. American rock'
Children vnrftf 12 kil N
Svptrvtod -
fr.. n'roll is liked by both the child-
drtM'i Day CampParodist
THE\ hxv ren and adults. Favorite
Hooted Ind..r p for Iho : 0 recording -
AH Oceeiifrent kids Mf o ? ... .. artists and groups the
.ccemodationt4'ttory :0'Is 0 ?8.
Moon lock. .PolynesianAtmosphere. PRICEBEFORE\ tAG a' rh ? 0
.I for the kids rs 0.

The Waikikisupper "-- lAd YOUBORROW '"
c5 guanin
Club fevtaHmi WotWt*DM CrMtortFtotntf by

3 shows Nilery NO LAVER CHAtCC Check. compare. know what you pay!

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ADDRESS. . . . . . . Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note
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I WHEN THE FAMILIES spend an evening together they talk, dance or play bingo.' Whichever ,
it is, It is something both children and adults can enjoy together. WHAT CAN BE more AmerIcan -
than baloney or spiced GIANT SWAP

families enjoy include Frank Sin country. The aviation rate in had neatly printed an English and I ham which Gloria Maria De \ JAX LARGEST FLEA
atra, Tijuana Brass and Trinl the Brazilian Navy is a fairlynew Portuguese translation of com- Santanna is serving to (I l-r) MARKET
Lopez. Weekends may find field, formerly offered only monly used terms and a pronunciation Zelina De Silva and Albertina Come Sell or Hroivse-
the families at the Chief Petty by the Brazilian Air Force. In Portuguese of the De Menexes The ladies say i.t< Thousands Buy, of Items.

Officers alb where they danceto Fond Memories English alphabet. She explainedthat I the food preparation differs Bland! Drive.)n Theatre :
all types of music. Their Brazilian families and she was trying to learn
The'wives feel that the American friends are missed, but the families the language through self study in Brazil, but they like AmerEvery Sat. 7 am.6 p.m.
women have more personal love being in America and and with the assistance of her ican food. Sun. I p.m. 6 p.m.g
freedom than do Brazilian will be sorry to leave in May children. The three women do 768 7085 or 768 4793
women. A Brazilian wife does when the men graduate.One not have confidence in their
not normally work outside the of their cherished mem- comprehension of the languageto
home, nor does she drive an ories of America will be the speak it freely, but are mak-
automobile. celebration of Christmas and ing efforts to increase their un-
Their friends are numerous, New Years. They were Invitedto understanding. Need
but held in special regard are holiday parties and sharedin I left with a feeling of warmth, money
AVCM William R. VaSant officer the warmth and joy of the respect and admiration for these
in charge of AE Test- traditional American Christmas people and a sincere hope that
ing, who helped the families find spirit. they too would leave our country : to pay bills
housing, and AECS Paul J. Rod- End of Interview with the same thoughts of
gers, representative of AE "B" Refreshments, dancing and the American people.
School, both of whom gave their lively conversation followed the t t i See HFC.
friendship and assistance to,the Interview. The Brazilian's area A Series E Savings Bond pur-
newly arrived families. remarkable congenial and vivacious chased for $18.75 in May 1941is
Top Students people.Gloria today worth more than $42
According to Chief Rodgers, Maria proudly showed and is continuing to earn Interest
the Brazilian Navymen Tire at the me a notebook in which she at a higher rate than before.

top of their class, an honor not
easily achieved by many, but /
even more difficult for De San- % 'i/
tanna, De Menezes, and De Silva, w
who must contend with the lan i
guage barrier. De Silva said
that many hours are spent in
study after class, but it is nec- CLAUDE) NOLAN
essary to learn all that is pos-
sible so they can benefit their

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. Pace: 12 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER, February 29. 1968_

I Aircraft Maintenance Hands s Quarters! Available l fortServicemen's .

VAP-62 Tigers First Defeat. 'f I
- -
w' : wW FamiliesNearly '
';. VAP 62's tigers roared VW 4, the winni est contingent ,a .
their way back to their winning In the Nat circuit ran .
ways Monday night in their first up a 82 62 margin over VP- $ 2,500 sets of family at the former Stead AFB, r.lev.,
game since being surprised 41- 16 to pick up its eleventh win quaners at 18" Defense 'instal- has 645 units, which include 257
40 by the Aircraft Maintenance against no losses Feb. 20. In lations in 16 states are availableto officer duplex and field grade
Department's squad Feb. 21. other contests last week VP 5 p,4 ; military families of eligible units. In New Mexico the
In Monday night's contest the kept 1 base with the Hospital at sponsors serving,unaccompaniedtours Roswell Housing Authority at the
photo Tigers brought their record 9-1 'with a 43 -. 40 win over overseas. former Walker AFB,has, 490 sets
to 11 1 to maintain their NARTU The following night 9 99P The largest number,of quar- of Wherry quarters, and the
edge in the American League VP 5 lost its second game of ters are at Schilling Manor Sub former Larson AFB Wash., has
standings 'while jumping on a the year as the Mad Foxes drop- Post, Salina Kan., where some 290 three bedroom Capehart
helpless Admin five, 67 48. ped a close 64-63 decisionto 730 Capahart units in the. two, units available.
In last week's upset game AMD ,the "airman from the 679th three and four bedroom cate- Other housing units are avail-
which sports and even 7-7 record Radar Squadron.The gories are available.The able at Pine Bluff Arsenal, Ark.,
'led 14 10 at the end of only other game last Reno Housing Authority Yuma Proving Ground,.Ariz.,;
the first quarter. VAP 62's week 'saw the Boat House sink Loring ,- AFB: Me.j:..K. I.'Sawyer -
dauntless'Tigers came on to lead for the 12th straight time 65 Fourteen Teams AFB, Mich.; Selfridge AFB .
22 20 and the half way mark 51, at the hands of VP 45. Mich., and Glasgow ,AFB Mont.
and 35 29 going into the final In Friday contests, VP 7 In addition White Sands Missile -
period of action. However, dropped VP 30, 55-47, NAR- P Register, for Range', N. Mex., ijousing
.' AMD's squad showed excellent TU got back on the winning track Authority, Lincoln,Neb.;,Platts-
ball control and came on to take 83 40 over ComFairJax, and : i burgh AFB N. Y., Seneca Army
the contest 41 40 to hand the VW 4's Reconnaissancemen Local TourneyThe Depot, N. Y.i'; Defense Depot
Tigers their first loss of the picked up win number 12 witha GOOD DUTY RD3 RobertD. Ogden Utah;" Naval Radio Station -:
loop season. 76 45 romp over the Ma- Martin teat selected from the Sixth Annual Southeast Military Driver,Va.sNaval'Ammuni-: :
,., rine Barracks. 2700-man crew othe USS golf tournament will get tion Depot Bangor Wash.,
Number 13 proved91ucky! America to escort Mitt America, underway aboard base Wednesday and Truax Field Wis. have avail-
for the Boat House in Monday'sother Debra Barnes, to dinner when and will continue,through Friday. able housing units.
lea ''p PAFPS I..t. 2:1: contest as the squad lost the tttlted the 77,000-ton Pa.aircraft The 54 hole event will be
carrier at Norfolk,
number 13 against no wins. VP- played at the NAS golf course in STARSPANGLEDSAVINGS
7 won that game, 53 -41. accordance with the United States
( Feature) Intramural Bowlers Golf Association and locally I ,__
American League modified rules governing medal ; PLAN
.. 1
1. Who was the only U.S. .
gold medal winner in the 1964 'a*. Won *Lost Start Spring Season play.The
winter Olympics? VAP 62 11 1 tourney will be conductedon
2. Who holds the World Out- VP 30 8 3 The 1968 spring intramural a five man team basis with
door Pole Vault record and Vp-7 8 5 bowling season has Just gotten only the four lowest scores from
} what is it? Flt.Wea.Fac. 7 '4 underway aboard base as four each round being counted towards
3. Who are the three former VP 45 5 3 leagues comprising over 60 determining the winners.At .
H assistant coaches for the Green A/C Mainu 7 7 teams battle for first place the time Jax Air News Signup
Bay Packers who are now head Admin 4 7 in their respective league. was going to press, 14 teams for
coaches in the NFL? MARTD 3'" 10 The most action has taken from throughout the Southeasthad
a" 4. What is the National Boat House 0 13 place in the American League as registered to compete in the U. S. Savings Bonds,
Hockey League's Vezina Tro the Strikers lead the league witha tournament. New Freedom SharesBICYCLE
phy? 12 0 record while the Nep-
5. Who is the' only man to League .
tunes follow closely with 11.1.The
have both ridden and trained a
I Team Won Lost Chargers and Bean Burn-
winner of horse racing's fam
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