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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1965
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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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 r r I I I expression of any
military dcpartment.'I'hc appearanec of advertisements in this publication does not eonstitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised<

VOL 22 NO.. 43 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA JANUARY ?,. 1965

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I of dW". '", "tt-,t' \,\,.S. s. t AvailableWashington Here Enroute To Cape KennedyIn

I. ___ (AFPS) -- The
1965 edition of "Your Federal the past, NAS Jax has hosted some of the most modern aircraftIn
Income Tax," Is now available the world. Ugh altitude, supersonic planes aren't unusual sights
as an additional guide for here. However, last week, a portion of America's ultimate In high
filing 1964 tax returns under new altitude aircraft landed at NAS Jax. j
tax laws. Slung in a net 100 feet under an Army Chinook helicopter, was
S The booklet contains examples the housing for the fourth stage of the rocket which will carry the j
and illustrations, including the first astronuats to the moon. This housing had traveled under the
new filled-In Form 1040. chopper from Tulsa, Oklahoma, a distance of 944 nautical miles.
New tax rules are covered, According to North American Aviation, manufacturer of the 4,800
explaining child care deductions, Ib. housing, this airlift is the heaviest and longest cargo deliveryever j

travel expenses, and others. made by a helicopter.The .
Booklets cost 50 cents each trip was originally
The A3B SkywarriorWarrior and are available from the Superintendent planned for three days, but foul
of Documents, Department weather delayed the flight one
T, U.S. Government week at Ft. Bennlng, Ga. Other Y
Sky Program Printing Office,Washington,D.C. stops were made Little Rock,
20402. Ark., and Columbus, Ala.
The moon rocket itself will 1

be launched carrying ((stages. ." -w a I
Phased Out At O&RWith Brig LecturesTo The first three stages are propulsion -

systems which will drop off .%
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the completion of the 385th Sky Warrior through the O&R Department Be Given By as the rocket roars skyward.The f Stl ,
and Its departure for Rota, Spain on 22 December 1964, fourth stage is the _"lunar excursion -
O&R has completed another milestone In Its history of service to module" which Is the vehi-
Jax ExecutivesProminent
the Fleet. The Sky Warrior program In C&R began In August of 1957 cle astronauts will use explore ..y.
and has now been reassigned to the O&R Department at Alameda on citizens of Jacksonville the surface of the moon. The
** for this vehicle is
housing space
the West Coast. are scheduled to present
For the seven-year period dur- lectures to" men confined to the the cargo which passed through ,
ing which C&R JAX reworked the production quality record. station brig here during the next here. The fifth stage is called
385 Sky Warrior type aircraft, Both the cost reduction record several months, according to a the command module. The astronuats a.'Y
the Department reduced the man- and the maintenance of high recent directive from the Com- will occupy this space on ,
hour cost per aircraft by some quality Is a tribute to the manage- manding Officer. Beginning January their trip to the moon. It also
3400 direct man hours. A mes- ment and the workmen within the 13, the lectures will beheld contains a propulsion system for
sage received by O&R from SOP o&R Department.The every Wednesday morning at the the return trip to'earth.
FAIRECONRON TWO to the effect A-3 Sky Warrior programhas The fourth stage housing which R n
that the last Sky Warrior delivered been replaced by the A-5 brig.These executives have taken stopped here measures 23 ft. In r
to Rota, Spain, was received Vigilante, a larger and more time from -busy schedules to diameter at the base and stands
and accepted with "NO sophisticated reconnalsance air- speak frankly to the men having 28 ft. high. It Is relatively Inexpensive HELICOPTER brings a most un
DISCREPANCIES," Illustrates craft. dlsclplinajy problems in the when compared to the usual load to NAS Jax. This
Navy. While the lectures are $1 million plus price tag on 19 Army Chinook chopper landedat
aimed primarily at men already other sections of the rocket. NAS last week carrying a section .

Robinson Receives 40-Year Imprisoned, the lectures are opento overnight The capsule and finished remained the here last of the space ship which will
others who may be having disciplinary eventually American Astronauts

Federal Service Award HereA In positions problems.of responsibility Petty Officers leg last of Tuesday the journey, December toCape Kennedy 29. to the carry moon.:

are also Invited to hear the

man who spent 22 years In the Navy and who has accumulated lectures. .
18 years in Federal service was recently presented a forty year Scheduled to speak at the lectures -
First Man To Ship In 65??
award by Captain J. R. Mackroth, NAS CO. are an architect 2 law-
Harold W. Robinson of the Overhaul and Repair Department, yers, a regional supervisor of an
was the recipient of this award for his long and faithful service to Insurance company a rabbi, a
the Federal government. The award is given as part of the Civil company owner, a company
Service Commission's Incentive Awards Program. president, 2 news commentators 8 I f +1
Mr. Robinson enlisted In the and analysts, and the general
United States Navy In October manager of a large association.
1922 at the age of 18 years. Its
remained In the service 22 years, DependentsOkayed
his duties being those of Aviation
Machinst In charge of the
maintenance and Installation of ForGuantanamo ?
engines In Naval aircraft. Ills A
last/duty station was with theNfg 6Y ; 1'SSw p i
t Attack and Combat Train-
Ing Unit (Altamic), where he Washington (AFPS) The Navy +
has announced that U.S. military 4* r;
served Officer
as night Engineering r .
ordered -
on F6F night fighter planes.He and civilian personnel 3Mit -1
for duty to the Naval Base at
was released to inactive dutyin
January 1946 with the ratingof Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, may be )

Aviation Chief Machinists'Mate. accompanied by their depen- _
dents, effective Immediately.The r
Issued THE NAS PERSONNEL OFFICE claims to have re-enlisted the first
statement was by
40 YEARS of service in federal Robinson entered Federal civil
David MacDonald for the Jacksonville area and possibly the entire
employment is honored by service January 1946 when he Admiral U man in 1965 .
NAS Aircraft Chief of Naval Operations,In connection Navy. Chief' Anthony R. Brescia of'the Parachute Loft was administered ,.
Capl-J. R. Mackroth, CO. was employed as
and Cdr. Q. R.YVWlmore,assist Mechanic (Motor) In the Overhaul with an earlier announce- the oath at one minute after midnight January 1, 1965, a
ant O&R Officer. Mr. Harold W. and Repair Department NAS ment that the government was by Ens. C. M. Stephens, Asst. Military Personnel Officer. Mrs.
Robinson is the recipient of' the Jacksonville. In December 1948 reversing Its policy calling for Brescia watched as her husband added six years to the 22 yearsof

award. (Continued on Page 5) (Continued on Page 12) service he has already compiled. (Navy Photo by FAPL)




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1J4K I J: YOUR l'A')( 'REFLJND. eei ir\\: ," :CL. r; Chaplain's Message

,,Cf-l.2'In :''O.ety.o... : !'d. ,;, ,I" :
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: r R.W. Radcliffe
/ .61J a'i I .. By
9GP .... IV'AIri. Whether we are willing to admit It or not, every day In this new

_O ; SUNDAY year will present us with a succession of choices making us responsible -
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NouRS' for our destiny.
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L' \ ,laao'.wctM '!i { 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy If the days of our years are to be filled with the greatest value,
Communion and highest satisfaction, then our noblest hours must become more
9:30 a.m. Service of Divine numerous, and our moments of weakness less and less frequent
Worship A basic consideration Is what we are going to do with a brightnew
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for year? Will we add another year to our lives or add new life
ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 to a new year? Is this to be a year of alibi or accomplishment?
11:00 a.m. Service of Divine Failure or progress? Most of us know how to count the days and
Worship years but it Is more Important that we learn to make the days and
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship years count. We all know the man who Is counting the days, each

WEDNESDAY day, every day, tearing them off his calendar. He says: "I have
37 days ]left on this enlistment; 36 days left, etc. on this stretch."
II 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal Or another Is always looking at his watch say: Irts .1130:; or "It's
: N' 1600." One counts the days and the other counts the hours, but
7:30 pm. Senior Choir Rehearsal much more Important than counting the days or the hours Is mak-

_, l ing the days and hours count for something adding something of
_r : 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion worth to them.Perhaps .
T Also on all Holy Days It Is the way we face that will make a greal deal of dif-
Catholic Services at St. Ed- ference as we journey through life. Some people walk backward,
ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval facing yesterday and living only In the past. Some are so engrossedwith
Hospital today that they are blind both to the lessons of history and the

SUNDAY MASS goals of tomorrow.
Still others overload tomorrow, shoving everything Into the future,
sA i 5 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital Investing little or nothing In the present. Thus the future becomes a
w ows.Editorial
.
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. S1.Edward's cluttered junkheap of fanciful Impossibilities.

Chapel But If the days of our years are to be rich with meaning, we must
DAILY MASS know why we are alive, why we were created, what the past has taughtus
how to fully and profitably utilize the present and plan for the
11:30 St. Edward's
a.m. Chapel future. We were created with a responsibility not to count time, but

Bonds Best Way To Keep MONDAY & TUESDAY to make time count for something worthwhile.
4:15 HallNATTC "The days of our years are three score and ten" wrote the
p.m. King psalmist. Quickly, these golden years are flying by. Are we wasting
'Save Money' ResolutionOne FRIDAY them or Investing them with meaning and purpose?

12:05 p.m. U.S.Naval Hospital

New Year's resolution always seems to get lost In the shuffle SATURDAY Are You Planning
the promise to save money.
Every year servicemen resolve to buckle down and really save 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY For Retirement ?
money In the New Year. Most of them fail In their promise because

they have no substantial plan for saving.One (NAVNEWS) . If you are scheduled for retirement or transferto
good solution to the problem is to purchase savings bonds. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before the Fleet Reserve within the next 18 months, you should be in
By using the savings bond allotment program provided by all the Masses the midst of post-Navy career planning and taking advantage of the
armed services, a serviceman is able to save money for himself, Catechism Classes:GradeSchool publications and services of the BuPers Retired Activities Section.
and also provide the government money to help carry on its functions.An SATURDAY Seven publications are available to assist you In planning for
allotment plan takes the worry and bother out of saving money retirement. (See Bupers Inst. 1740.3 of 14 October 1963 for con-
and assures the serviceman that he will have a certain amount of 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities tent and source of supply.) For helpful Information on determininga
money available whenever he needs it. building 722 civilian job objective and preparing a resume of your qualifica-
The beginning of the new year Is a good time to start buying bonds tions and experience, you will want to obtain "Your New Career -
by allotment since a person can get his income tax refund in the form Planning for Retirement" (NavPers 15895B). Sample resume for-
of a savings bond. TrafficViolations mats are Included, as well as tips concerning the job Interview.
,, ..The tax return you must file before April 15, 1965 contains a Other publications provide. Information -
line to check if you desire your refund in Series E Savings Bonds. on the Industrial em- discussion of the current job out
Your refund will consist of a bond of the largest denomination that ployment opportunities, teach- look. Your attendance at a brief-
can be purchased from the total amount of refund check months prior to
your plus a ing as a second career, restric- Ing 12 to 18
for the difference. The following Is.a report of tions governing civilian employ- retirement or transfer to the
-
Certainly a resolution to save money Is a good thing, but unlessan motor vehicle accidents and traf- ment of military retirees In the Fleet Reserve Is encouraged.
orderly, cons is tarn plan of saving Is laid out, the resolution Is fic violations for the period December Federal Government, and the privileges Your military personnel office
worth nothing. You have such a plan available in the form of a savings 27 through January 2. and benefits of retireesand can assist you In scheduling
bond allotment. AFPS
( ) their dependents, Including attendance. In addition you can
Number of AccidentsThis uniformed services, Veterans obtain direct job placement
A Matter Off Life And A dministrationandSocial assistance at no cost through yoor
Week December 27 through Security benefits. local employment office.
Death-'Out Of The January 2 . . .3 You should also take advantageof The BuPers Retired Activities
Fog'Words Total Accidents this year through a recently established civilian Section maintains liaison with
January 2.,0 employment assistance members of Industry,educational
words, words. Thousands, millions of them have tumbled program
Number of
Accidents through described In Bupers Inst. 1740.4of Institutions, Federal agencies,
from the printing presses about cigarette smoking and its dangers.The January 1964 . . 18 March 18, 1964.Through this and such organizations as the
printers are still at it. And so, sad to relate, are many smokers. Total number of
States,
days since last program comprehensive retire- Navy League of the United
Cigarette sales did take a mild nose-dive about after
a year ago, In
Injury motor vehicle Association
accident ment briefings are conducted the Retired Officers
at
-. an expert advisory committee turned in its report to the U. S. Surgeon -. . . . .3 local commands, with repre- and the Fleet Reserve Association
General Its findings are well known smokers die
: Cigarette
sentatives of the state employment each of which has an em-
earlier than nonsmokers; cigarettes are a major cause of chronic
Number
of
ViolationsThis offices
bronchitis and lung cancer; their use is associated with lung-crippling participating In..a ployment assistance program.

emphysema: and so. on. __ Week . . 47 L 1 11
But such"Is the hold of this many grown-ups with such a lifelong Speeding . . .9
habit on the human body and habit. A few have Reckless
smoking Driving . 3
psyche, that as yet all the pub- been helped and more practicalaids Going thru Stop Sign . 3 OTAX AIR :NEWSJA
licity given the findings has are in the experimentalstage. Other Violations . 35
brought no dramatic change. Industry Twenty-seven drivers appeared -
reports show cigarette But the best answer still lies before the Traffic Hearing
sales back at their earlier levelsor in persuading young people neverto Board at the meeting held on The X AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
higher. The best advice of start the practice so that January 4. Disposition of the distributed each Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air Station,
doctors and health educators the In the future the habit can be cases Included the following: Jacksonville, F,1orida' by the Holt Publishing Company, a
best intentions of many smokers, expected to die out. eight lost driving and parking privileges private rinn. AJJ Cow submitted for use in the JAX AIR
tend to get lost in a fog of cigarette Specific programs along these aboard station for various NEWS must be forwarded! to the Service Information Office,
smoke. lines are being de loped. And periods; five were assigned to Box pubUcation.2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
Early setbacks are Inevitable, further news, especially on howto complete a six hourcourse In remedial Telephone News items are welcomed from all sources-
it seems In the nationwide effort lead youngsters away from the driving at Jax Police Aca- EV.9-7711, Ext. l 6U62.
-. to reduce cigarette consumption. cigarette urge, can be expected.Ask demy; four were given suspended concerning i seraesare such solicited by the publisher and queries
A longstanding habit of many your Christmas seal asso- penalties; seven received warn- Company, 4724 should be directed td the Holt Publishln...
years is hard to break. The ciation for a free copy of ings; two were dismissed; and Telephone Clyde Drive Jack_ so vUJe 8, Florida359404.0 -
best of books,pamphlets,classes "Cigarette Smoking, The Facts," nine were referred to commanding or 3590271.
and clinics by themselves cannot Issued by the National Tubercu- officers for possible VOL. 22 NO.
have a very successful effect on losis Association disciplinary action. 43 JANUARY 7, 1965.PAGE



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Post Of The Corps Rolling Stops



% R LLT Series In Leatherneck"Leatherneck" Mean TroubleErection


of a STOP sign is
the internationally distributed magazine of the intended by traffic control authorities -
Marine Corps has selected NAS JAX for the "Post of the Corps". as a protection for driverson

: "Leatherneck" selects different posts, stations, or units throughout a main street or road. How-

the Corps for this honor, and publishes. a complete story about ever, it cannot be fully relied upon
these commands.Normally .
by operators on main thoroughfares -
tlonal facilities, housing and
the
is about
story for this that
simple reason
one unit but because of the sev- educational opportunities for
so many drivers approaching an
and
himself his
family.
eral
commands here at NAS JAX
intersection tend "roll"
to past
Marines read the "Post
---Aviation Detachment MAD Many
( ),
without making a complete stop.
Marine Barracks MB and Air of the Corps" with an eye towards
( ), The Is
rolling stop argued as
retirement, seeking infor-
Reserve Training Detachment Justifiable by the driver who says, :. _
mation about the Jacksonville
(MARTD), the story will be about "There's no other traffic around,
the area before stepping out Into civilian -
all units combined
rathefv "
bother with full
so why a stop?
than a seperate ,story ,on each. life.
P$ of Ninety-nine times; out of a hundred -
The Circulation Department
Gunnery Sergeant Mel Jones, he with this dangerous -
.I0' gets away
,; .I "Leatherneck" has contacted
the
z, Chief Writer for "Leather-
;; ., neck" each command offering reduced practice, but there will
stated "There is
really
: come a time when his unantici-
enough material to write a bookon rates for copies of the Issue will lead
pated movement to
(:,\ ." FLlf;-Secretary "/ tltvavy Paul II. .V/lw/ (Ir/l) and Ad. each Marine Corps Command depicting NAS JAX MARINES for another motorist colliding In an
,,,,,,,., ,, here at NAS JAX, but we wanta .25 each. Retired or civilian
mrnDariil L. M.I Chief: / A'atw// >/*'r ifi""M ((::1\0) admire Intersection crash. And how
,h. atlmiraV nrte flag ,,/ office ilenifnetl by Dr. Thoina W. MtKnftvcenter composite picture of the individual personnel desiring to obtain a many times have we heard
should Ed Bat
( ) tithe National' (;"fJ raphlt' S.i," .. Thus ii it the first flag Marine during his tour copy contact SSgt. a driver say In court, "Your
MAD Information Services
ten, at
authoritedor the exclutirr ur of the C.VO. It i* blue and white here as the readers of our magazine Honor, I never saw the other car.
look to the in several Office, Bldg. 572.
and bran the rrcrnlly-mloptfd Navy *#' /-IM eagle torched on n story It came out of nowhere."
gold author and surrounded liy 0i',ilc. III fitlil anchor chain. ways: those who have served .
here before look back with nos- I

talgia; while those who are on
Sand Treasure Hunt orders, or those who desire to be

stationed here, look for informa- 11-it-

tion about Jacksonville --- the

To Begin In JanuaryA duties, different units, recrea- 5 LOOK ...


giant-sized treasure hunt for sand pockets off the Florida coast AFGE To Hold

will get underway early in January, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineersin AT i THtSE FINE
Jacksonville announced recently.

District Engineer CoL H. R, Parfitt today said a $113,509 contract Annual MeetingThe $

has been awarded to the Alpine Geophysical Associates, Irx:. of Nor- I
wood, N. J. to search for elusive oceanborne sand piles which may local lodges of the Ameri-
be tapped as a stockpile for beach nourishment. can Federation of Government S
The Mew Employees will hold their annual "
jersey oceanographicfirm 65 FORDS"SAN )
which has worked in this inch diameter samples of sand joint installation of officers and

specialized field for many years from the core of the ocean bottom. banquet at the Gatepost Restau-

and has hunted everything from Undisturbed sand samples will be rant in Gateway Shopping Centerat

diamonds to coal and: oil deposits preserved In plastic tubes so they 7:30 P.M. Saturday, January9th.
In the oceans of the world. may be examined by geologistswho Price of the dinner will

j will bring its 80-foot-long clal will determine if the sand is be $2.50 per person. DUVAL MOTORS
electronically equipped vessel to suitable for pumping ashore to thestate's All A.F.G.E. members and
the Florida coast during the first eroding beaches. their families and friends are
I JUAN LOT RIGHT OFF ROOSEVELT
invited attend this -
to important
week of
f January to start the sand Sand hunting Is a research project
; function for fellowship with other
research project. Working with undertaken by the Army
I the electronic boat will be members and to get to know the
a core Corps of Engineers and its Coas-
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efforts to solve the pro- may be made by trans., R&H, red with white shift, R&H.

blem of Florida's losing battle contacting your shop steward or top, red interior.

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Please make your reservations 64 MONZA 2 DOOR. .$1895 :
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Army Engineer geologists say ((3)) A 12-by-20-mlle area froma interior.
the ocean bottom Is mostly silt, point 8 miles south of Fort

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first In his class of record. When the 19S5 score was
finishing Relief
r- RFC John Eames twenty Marine Corps and Navy made the Missiles phase one of Navy Th
effectat
students In the Aviation Ordnance seven phases was not In
r- Finished 1 1st In course, scored an overall the school], making the new record -
average of 93.90 for the 18 week harder to achieve. Give Traiil nin
t Aviation Courser course. Upon the completion of his iig
In doing so he was the first training PFC Eames received a y
i:" An all-time record was set man to ever raise his predicted letter from the Commanding S
: here at the Aviation Ordnance average, as usually a mans final Officer of Marine Aviation flora( It Nj\\
School, Naval Air Technical average Is somewhat lower than Detachment Major II E. Lewis. l lA
FTraining center Naval Air Sta- his predicted average. lie also
= don,Jacksonville. was the first man to make a perfect Jacksonville Field Repre.
Private First Class John W. score on the final comprehensive wM sentatlve, for the Navy Relief!
Eames.U.S.Marine Corps,while test, breaking a ten year __--.0. Society will be conducting a Nw
t.... Relief Training Course for
volunteer workers at the Naval
r- Air Station Jax from February
IP't'!- 9, through March 5.

F' ,... E Classes will be held on Tues
days and Fridays from 9 I.rl\
until 12 noon In Bldg. 501,Naval

PFC John W. Earn. Air Technical Training Center,
NAS Jax. Free Nursery care
will be provided for children
whose mothers are enrolled Inthe
ScheduleFor
M Pay course.
The course covers such topics
as: The Volunteer, History and
1st Half Organization of the Society
Auxiliary and Branches, Navy
fif Relief Society assistance,
Of Calander YrThe Mechanics of apply Gig your know
ledge of social work, relation
ship with social work organizations
tls military payday schedule and problems and supervision
for all commands served by this In case work. This knowledge
activity In the Jacksonville area, Is necessary to interviews.
HOME OFFICE & SALES TERRACE calendar year are as follows: man of Volunteers, urges all
|15 Jan ((15 days pay) officers' wives Interested in this
29 Jan ((14 days pay) useful course to contact her at
NATIONALMOBILE 112 Feb ((13 days pay) Ext. 8645 or Mrs. John T.Dilleyat
26 Feb ((14 days pay) Ext. 8588.ComRats.
112 March ((16 days pay)
HOME SALES 26 March ((14 days pay)
2063 HIGHWAY 17 19 April ((13 days pay) To Be
23 April ((14 days pay)
ORANGE PARK, FLA. $7 May ((14 days pay) Increased Since
4 Ml. SO. 21 May ((14 days pay)
4 June
.1/ ((13 days pay)
of N.A.S. 118 June ((14 days pay) January 1st
-. o 2
;-: $ July ((14 days pay) ..
I Denotes flight pay Included provided Washington (AFPS) Corn-
9iH o | | | or |i !: flight certificates receivedIn muted rations have gone up four
NFO at feast five ((5)) working cents Jan. 1 for stateside enlisted
.. ,',;.- UJ WMM o :MWi ; days before payday. personnel while the rations i I
isp a : fl'fti 0 W-2 forms should be distrib- rate overseas remains the
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GAtLO ; Income be 109. The overseas rate remains
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FOR MILITARY MANYN\OP\ IAS 1LQW AS$10O of an Increase transportationcosts. in beef
use and higher
PERSONNEL Commuted rations rates
DOWN D. are based on cost of meals
served In dining halls.
SEE PAGE 12 AND stateside rate of
The old
ill GOOD SELECTION OF NEW YOU'LL KNOW WHY! $1.05 and present overseas rate
L AND: USED COACHES! of L13 went into effect Jan. 1 1.
RIVERSIDE
WELCOME BACK VW-4 1964.
-c conducted annuallyat
A study Is
EXCLUSIVE CHEVROLET the time of the Defense Department's
VAGABOND budget review to determine
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he was promoted to the position
of LeadingmanAircraftMechanlc 1a
(Motor), and in August 1952 to
the position QuartermanAMM
which position he currently holds. .
The high quality of his work 1'M'I
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letters of commendation and
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ratings and superior accomplishment -
awards which contained
in personnel folder. ;1 r! .-.

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The 1965 cars are longerand NAVY FIREPOWER-Thf 887 arm or-pier ring 20-mm cannon thettt -
Ider.Detroit is edging nearer :- displayed in front of hit Navy A-4 jet attack plane are about a four-
( i'fL Its ultimate goal the, two- tecond tupply ammunition for ?the gum slum beneath.the aircraft
: garage car. Changing'Times The gum, described at the mod powerful ever developed by the Navy,
each fire at a maximum rate of 4,%00 rounds per minute.
ALBERT O. DODGEN and John E. Stolarski of the Security Department Consultant or expert: Any ordinary -
were recently presented with 30 year pins in recognitionof man more than fifty miles
their long and faithful service to the Federal government by from home.Sales Management.
Capt. J. R. Mackroth. Mrs. Stolarki looks on. JANUARYECONOMY
They received the Navy's anchor.typelapel emblem thatis givenas
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of Ensign via the Limited Duty Officer program at Naval Air Tech yard
nical Training Center recently by Capt. C. G. Strum, NATTC Co. "Jacksonville's Newest
I Ensign Miller is from Wellman, Iowa. He entered the Navy July 9, Most Modern Rink"
1948, and reported to the training center from HS.3, NAS, Nor HOLLYWOOD
folk, in March 1962 for duty as an instructor at NATTC's AE"B"School. Open 7:30 P.M. ',il 10:30 P.M. Doily uuu
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I : Taxes & The Navy ;Man-Exemptions )(& Deductions Acey Ducey' Club


From Cl & E Naw&latter,
Like all other residents of the tax rights, benefits and! obligations lowable deductions" multiplied training duty, summer cruises, Thursday, January 7
United States, servicemen con- the JAG pamphlet "Fed- by the tax rates and minus"cre- and drills; hazardous duty pay; Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p.m.
tribute to the national tax effort. eral Income Tax Information for dits." Thus certain specified expenses special pay for diving duty and
The only exception is whenwe Service Personnel" (NAVEXOSP are subtracted fromgross sea and foreign duty; proficiencypay Friday, January 8
have enough dependents or 1983)). This booklet contains income to find "adjusted gross ; reenlistment bonuses; pay Mark Castle 8:30-12:30: a.m.
other deductions to take us out the latest Information and! is re- Income" and deductions taken for accrued leave on separation;
of the taxable income,Bracket., prin .eachJe.a and distributed from this figure yield "taxable" reenlistment allowances. Saturday, January. 9 ".
Chances are. you don't miss this Ito, all:ships ,andstations; In! time .'' income. The appropriate tax Retired pay, If retired for Dick Strock & The Spot Liters
tax money as something to be for you to prepare your return. rate is applied to the taxable income other than physical disability resulting 8:30-12:30 a.m. .
paid in a big expensive lump forit It is available aboard the station to find the amount of tax from active service.
is automatically withheld from at the Legal Office, Building you owe. Credits for the taxes Retainer pay of enlisted Sunday, January 10
your pay each month and for- LWho withheld by disbursing paymentson members transferred to the Fleet March Wilson 8:30-11:30 p.m.
warded in time to meet the must file just about every estimated tax or the retirement Reserve.
15 April deadline. citizen, single or married and Income. credit and Compensation for off-duty Monday,January 11 v.
The law states that you,- and! including minors, whose gross so forth are then subtracted employment. Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 p.m.
every person whose yearly gross income Is '$600 or more. Thereare from the tax you owe. If the Interest received on all sav-
income Is $600 or more ($1,200 exceptions, however, basedon total amount withheld Is smaller ings deposits. Tuesday, January 12
if 65 or older) must file an age and selfemploymentwhich than the amount you owe, then Navy income that need not be Game Night 7:30 p.m.
income tax return, even if deductions may be found In the JAG you must pay the difference; Ik reported The following items
will exempt you from pamphlet. the amount: withheld Is larger are excluded from gross income Wednesday, January 13
paying any tax. So, when disbursing When to file Income tax returns than the amount of your tax and need not be reported: Movies sports 8 p.m.Bluejackels .
passes out the "W-2" based on the calendar year you'll get a refund. Basic allowance for subsis-
forms sometime January be normally must be filed on or before The following are items you tence.Cost
sure to pick up a copy of Form April. However, If you are must Include in each category In to government for transportation -
1040 or 1040A and! fill it out. living or traveling outside the 50 order to figure your gross income of dependents and! IKK
Not only are there penalties for states or Pueno Rico, you are adjusted gross Income,exemptions household effects.
not filing but that's the only way allowed an automatic extension and! taxable Income. Uniform gratuity or cloth-
you can get any refund: if one is two months to file your return Income that must be reported Ing allowance for officer and en- Thursday, January 7
due you. (but, you will be charged Intereston Gross Income Includes gains, listed.
The new short form and method the unpaid tax). In addition, profits and Income derived from Sick pay under set circumstances Carl Boyd & The Rhythm Kings
have made it very simple for the Director of Internal Revenue salaries, wages, compensation and substantiated. 8:30-11:30 p.m.Friday .
those earning $5000 or less per for the district in which you file for personal service, Interest, Basic allowance for quarters; .. January 8
year to file their income tax. returns may, upon request,grant dividends, or rents of any type- cash difference for Inadequate
If, however, you want to fill out an extension of as much as six in short any payments from any March Wilson 9-1 a.m.
the long form, the possibilitiesfor months (more if you are abroad). source except gifts or in- (Continued on Page 9)) Saturday, January 9
greater deductions are How to prepare returns Your heritance. The following Items
Increased. In this case you might income tax Is based primarily on from naval sources should be Carl Boyd & The Rhythm Kings
want to consult this excellent your "gross Income" minus reported as gross Income:' FRA #126 9-1 a.m.
source for information on your "business expenses" and "al- Basic pay for active duty, Sunday, January 10
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I I 1 ''t I I I Youth Activities Chairman, Phil Cay 8:30-11:30 p.m.
Roger T. Krell and ,committee Monday, January 11

HERE'S : members: Shipmates Grimes, Pizza 2 for 1
Night
HOWK
FROM
MJf ORAME PARK Mohn, Wilson are not forgettingthe .
: #&= v : ,. -,, : :- ..- -n'MW' / importance of the FRA motto Tuesday, January 12
of Service to the community teen
'i3il -S Happy Hour 5-7 p.m.
agers. On Sunday, January 10,
a dance will be held at the Wednesday, January 13
I ,
IPIP II Pilsp spacious Fleet Reserve Hall
Game
8
7673 Blvd. from 2-5 Night p.m.
Blanding ,
;: :
,,; : ;::?!it &'Re'v II I U. S p.m., for the youthful dependents
\- :: :v-'r; ; : \ ; '\\THELAftdg::: I. / and guests of Branch 126 mem-
bers. Music will be selected by USO Notes
NEW AND Used CARS JN ClAY COUNTY juke box recordings of many
favorite artists. This functionis
for the age group of 12 to 20
CLAYTON I REVELS years. Refreshments will be Thursday, January 7
served and! all of this fun and!
Homemade Goodies
Night
festivity Is available for a dona-
tion of 25 per person. Friday, January 8
CHKYSLfR PLYMOUTH ING. The New Year's Evepartywas Coed Party
one that was enjoyed by all rev-

PHONE JAX 264-6555 GREEN COVE SPRINGS Unit elers 126 that offer attended.their Branch thanks and to Saturday, January 9
Ladies Choice
AUTHORIZED these members and guests, wel-
DEALER CHRYSLER M RK comes them and others who Sunday, January 10
were unfortunate to miss out In
South Jacksonville Presbyterian
Y
the fun to many parties being
planned. A special note of thanksto Monday, January 11
Dr. Cox of N AS Dispensary for
w his contribution ardgood-willto- Greet Our New Members

wards the success of this party.WESCONNETT 8-11 p.m.
Tuesday, January 12

Game Night

I Wednesday, January 13

FURNITURE CO. I Disc Jockey Show
5326 Wescmnett Blvd at lOW;

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FREIGHT For Financing And Insurance
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EMPLOYEES:
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Movies fI" : t.I
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January 7
Movies will be shown regularlyat

p.m. 7 pum. Monday through Satur-

day.

Malnside will have two feature Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
January 8 times 2 p.m. and 7p.m.on Satur- Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
days and Sundays. The hospital Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving
p.m. will have one feature on Sunday'sat too late for this deadline will be published the following -

: p.m. 1 p.rn. week unless the publisher Is Instructed otherwise.A .
8-12 a.m. NATTC Theatre will be closed check; or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
until further notice. .
received WITH the copy for the ad. '
January 9 These are subject to change. DO NOT SEND CASH.
KIddee Matinee Mainside
at
Open"O:1 p.m. Theatre RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $LOO
2
8:30-11:30 p.m. Saturdays, p.m. Per additional line ((4 words per line). .. . 35
t- ulsssns ssssssss -

Thursday, January 7

January 10 Malnside -Hercules In the Haunted SINGER AUTOMATIC CONSOLE 1964 CHEVY MALIBU 2 door

p.m. Prime Ribs World Reg Park,Christopher MODEL guaranteed pay $62.00or Hard-top, 6 cylinder, R&H.9.000
LeeHospital reliable party can pay $8. a miles. $1995. Phone 2646555.

Oceans 11 Frank mon. Sewing machine Zig-Zags,
makes button holes, sews on buttons -
Sinatra, Dean Martin
January 11 etc. Call 353-1946 (dayor 1961 M G ROADSTER wire
Friday, January 8 night) Will deliver, no obligation wheels. Excellent condition.
-
p.m. Malnside Gidget Goes Rome- A-l Sewing Machine Co. $1195. Lt. Blair, Ext. 777 8-
4P.M.
James Darren, Cindy Carol
Hospital The Killers Angle
12
January 1963 VOLKSWAGEN 6 passen-
Dickinson, Lee Marvin
Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m. ger pick-up. Low milage, R&H, FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto
(Mexican) Like new. $1695. Phone 264- NAS $50. down $50 month
Saturday, January 9 6555. Call An Powell USN RET, 264-

Wednesday,January 13 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR.
MainsideCharadeCaryGrant,
Family Night 6-9 p.m. Fried Audrey Hepburn
Chicken IMMED. OCCUP. BY OWNER
Hospital Hercules IntheHaunted -
3 bedr, den, 2 baths, H/W floors. UNFURN. APT FOR RENT -
World Reg Park Christopher -
Lee $iQO down plus closing. Ideal Blandlng Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR
- location, near schools,NAS.7714472 Kit. Equip. 3 mU NAS $115 mOo
of Blood
KIddee Matinee-Pirates

Potful of bills? River Sunday, January 10 Owner 771-8697.


FURN APT HERSCHELL 3859
Malnside Castle of Blood FOR SALE Inc Prop duplex
4 fits, bath, porch, yd, elec,
George Revlere,BarbaraStee- 3-plex.] 4-plex, 3 mi. NAS $115 ,
near NAS $70. 3871950.
mo. Owner 771.8697.FOR .
Hospital- Gidget Goes to Rome- ,

James Darren, Cindy Carol
DNTWN JAX FURN APT -
2Wi7 \ 557.Oak. 3 rms,plus bath.$12.50 RENT Furn. Apartments
Monday, January 11 or $60. mo pi util. Adults only. Gas Heated Reasonable Call
EV 8-9.886.! Mrs. Gross 7719007.
Malnside -Rio Conchos-Richard
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a Doone, Stuart Whitman -

Hospital Charade -Gary Grant, Air Conditioned, 3 Bedroom
I Audrey Hepburn Orion Will Be
House for sale near NAS and
1
Tuesday, January 12 Cecil, VA Loan, small down pay
Featured On TVThe ment, monthly payment$69.00 include -
Mainside You're Never Too taxes and insurance. Call

Young Dean Martin, Jerry owner at 771-5172.

Y Lewis P3 A Orion, newest sleek-
Hospital Castle of Blood est aircraft to join the Jacksonville -
George Revlere,Barbara Stee- Naval Air Station, and

ley Its squadron will be featured Ina .ls .

Wednesday, January 13 special up-dated rebroadcastof WeaowutettRwirt
"Navy VP-45" Saturday, January ,
Get an HFC Malnside Wonderful World of 9 at 2:30 p.m. on a loc-
Brothers Grimm Laurence al television station.

Harvey, Carl Boehm The filmed story shows the
Bill Payer Loan Hospital Rio Conchos-Richard training program of VP-45 and 103rd St. at Wesconnetf Blvd/

Boons Stuart Whitman points out the attributes of the WE WIRE FLOWERS

P3A Orion. The P3A Orion, PHONE SP 1-3770 or SP 7-0250
Clear up last year's 'left-over bills or this year'snew system, greatly increases the effectiveness FLOWERSFOR
ones right now. HFC's world-wide money I of landplane antisub- .

service can help you wherever you're stationed ttd1tR11 marine warfare forces by com- EVERY OCCASIONFREE

through 1400 stateside offices-or overseas by one- bining all desirable operational DELIVERY
features Into one package.The JEWELL J. SMITH
step air mail service. So never borrow money
HAIR STYLIST
program will show main-
needlessly, but when you must, do as 150,000
tenance of the aircraft, survival
servicemen do each year: See Household Finance I 4711 LEXINGTON AVE. exercises and equipment, the
(lust off Blanding Blvd.) complex weapons system that APPLIANCESand

Borrow up to $600 PHONE 388-8463 goes into the aircraft, an emer-
at sea drill and parachute
Take to 24 months to gency
up repay JANUARYSPECIALS survival exercises, which keep FURNITUREBROKERAGE
the men In combat readiness.

Ask about credit life insuranceon VP-45, once known as the
loans at group rates fledgling, is one of five anti- CO

NOW! submarine warfare squadrons Headquarters for Fine Furniture .
attached to fleet Air Wing
HOUSEHOLD.FINANCE. & Appliances at lowest
Eleven. The squadron was the
Shampoo & Set 2.00 first to complete the transitionto prices.

Haircuts 1.50 the new P3-A Orion and received -

-.-. Tint 5.00 the 1964 battle efficiencyand Fine Fabric Sofa &

Permanent Waves safety award. Chair 44J5
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9O83 (freg. 25.00)) 10.00 "Navy VP-45 was produced by
Manicure 1.50 WJXT Navy Reporter Terry
Cedar Hills Shopping Center Tease Brushes 1.00 Dahly who also actually engagedin WE FINANCE

3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 Reg. Hair Brushes 1.25 some of the survival exercises

3050 Beach Blvd Phone: 398-4541 Hair Spray 1.35 of ten-hour the squadron reconnaisance in preparation mis-fora 2710 W. BEAVER ST.JANUARY .

Ark about ...,.....Inl heun
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RAdm Koch Is Change-Of-Comma-nd


1st
SpeakerAt


CPO ClubRear AI Patrol Squadron 18



Admiral George P.Koch, Commander Albert J. Carneghl, USN, relieved Commander SamuelK.
1 f Chief of Naval Air Reserve
Officer of Patrol Squadron Eighteen -
Mansfield, USN, as Commanding
Training, will beguestspeaker at In ceremonies on December 21, 1964 at Hangar 123, Naval Air
the first CPO Club luncheon of
his new job after
assumes
Station Jacksonville. Cdr. Carneghl
i :. .: the new year. With NAS, Jacksonville -
18.
serving as Executive Officer of Patron
: having so much to do with
Under the command of Cdr.
Naval Air Reserve Training It Is ministration, Commander
Mansfield, during the past year
appropriate that AdmlralKochbe flew Carneghl has served several
Patrol Squadron Eighteen
guest speaker here. 8500 hours of accident tours In anti-submarine warfare
L'iJ The luncheon will be held in over free hours. The squadron main- operations and comes well pre-

the main dining room of the CPO tained a detachment in Key West pared to assume command of Patrol -
Club, from 11:30 to 1:00 on January Squadron Eighteen.Cdr. .
for five months and sent two air-
14. All active duty and retired Mansfield will depart the
: i craft on Operation UNITAS, a
chiefs and their guests are Jacksonville area and reporttothe
"NO DOCI! WE HAVEN'T BEEN WAITING IN IHE SICK CALL LINE Invited to attend. three month anti-submarine war- USS Yorktown and
fare exercise with forcesof (CVS-10))
VERY LONG". The winning caption 'for the December picture was Since his selection for the rank training South American nations. will serve as Operations Officer.

submitted by P. E. Wensel, ATI, of VW-4. Other entries submitted of Rear Admiral was approved by The eight received lau- The Yorktown, The "FightingLady"
squadron
the President In 1961 he has held many
included
: of World War II fame,
dits for the Key West and UN IT AS
"A force in readiness", submitted by Steve Dukenhart, AC"A" three flag positions. On March Operations. Patrol Squadron Is presently on duty with the

School, NATTC. 17, 1961, Admiral Koch assumed Is preparingfor Seventh Fleet In the Western
Eighteen presently
command of Carrier Division
"7 A.M. January 1, 1965" from Mrs. F. H. Gicalone, 4014 Cobalt a permanent change of locale, Pacific area. Her home port is
Eighteen and was In charge of the
Beach California. Accom-
Jacksonville. when it will move to Naval Station Long ,
first Astronaut pick-up aboard Roads, Puerto Rico, In the early panying Cdr. Mansfield to the
the USS Lake Champlain on May of 1965.Commander. West Coast will be his wife Pat,

Pres Johnson Jax Credit Union 5 that year. spring Carneghl, class of the former Patricia Morman, and
Later he saw a tour as Com- his children.
the Naval eight
1945 at U.S. Academyand
mander, Fleet Air Wings, U.S.
Asks For
Questions Commander Robert M.Deffen-
a native of St. Louis,Missouri
Signs Bills To Altantlc Fleet, assuming com- served as Gunnery Officer aboard baugh, a native of Newman Cali-
mand
About Its Operation on July 1, 1962.
Admiral Koch became the the USS Keyes and the USS fornia will assume the billet of

Question What Is CUmmings until 1948, when he Executive Officer. Cdr. Deffen-
: your ques- eleventh Chief{ of Naval Air
entered He has baugh comes to Patron 18 from
Benefit VetsTwo tion? flight training.
31 1963. From
Training on July ,
The Jax Navy Credit Union has his headquarters at Glenvlew, been engaged In jobs Involving the Naval Postgraduate School

Issued a call for questions about m., Naval Air Station he Naval Intelligence Air Control, where he studied Operations

bills recently signed Into It's organization, procedures, commands the 18 Naval Air Sta- Operational Intelligence and Ad- Analysis.

law by President Johnson will eta Questions which require research tions Units whose responsibility
benefit veterans who hold National ;'k
or computation are
Is to train the thousands of
Service Life: Insurance desired. They Initiated this LU "
Selected Naval Air Reservists for "
policies, the Verterans Adminis- ,
policy two years ago. Immediate mobilization In the
tration announced recently. They are again following this
event of a national
More than 5 1/2 million World procedure, and ask your cooperation emergency. Li4
War 11 and Korean Conflict In submitting questions, In '"
7''r: '
veterans who hold National Ser- writing, to Treasurer Dominic : !!; '
it ;
vice Life Insurance policies will Worsowlcz, or Assistant Man- ,'Y,1iiJ,
benefit from an extension of ager Ed. J. Greene. 4; T' 9a x v V
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tj.
premium waiver provisions. At These should be forwarded as 1 : ,
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1 Pr
present the law provides for the In
soon as possible order that _
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waiver of premiums If the Insured the requested Information be j

becomes totally disabled developed for'presentation at the jI
before his 60th birthday. annual meeting. I jI

The new law, applying to all I r
NSLI policies, raises the disability Young Jim Stewart, a car- t :-
deadline to the Insured's penter, stood gazing silently and I i

65th birthday, B. J. Gannon wonderingly at the crib where his

Officer:, in Charge, VA Office, firstborn lay gurgling.
Jacksonville, said. After watching the tender scene

This provision will be automa- for a moment, his wife Deny, .1

tically included in all policies.The tiptoed over and (put her arm

new law took January through his.

I, 1965. "A penny for your thoughts,

The second law authorizes the dear," she whispered."I Rear Admiral George P. Koch
of can't get over It," answeredthe
granting a new total disability
income provision which provides carpenter softly. "How the
devil can they turn out a crib
a monthly Income of $10 breach
$1,000 of Insurance If the Insured like.this for only $29?"

becomes totally disabled before I ..

reaching his 65th birthday. The

present law, Gannon explained, MONEY IN 1 DAY ,A .. ,
,
"
has
an income provision if the ,, .
disability occurs before the in- 1' ,
sured's 60th birthday. $$25 to $$600

This second law also took effect

January 1. 1965.Servicedisabled. ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE JANUARY'S PICTURE: offers readers another chance to tend in their

veterans Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us funny captions and win the $5 prize offered. Send us
holding "RH" insurance policieswill your entry
not be eligible for this new how convenience.much you want.Same-day Pick service.up the cash at your today, to : Editor, Jax Air News, Box 2.

total disability Income provision. sr.re

Those who are eligible must be 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN HOMES
in good health. They must file
an application and must pay You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. MANY $0-$100; dn.

an additional premium. AVAILABLE
Gannon pointed out that application $ 84.33 $ 5.00 $355.79 $ 21.00 NOW CHURCH of CHRIST

forms for the disability 151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 Built in range & oven 5223 WESCONNETT BLVD.

riders will be available this fall 219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00 plus refrlg., Central air NEAR NAS

GI policy-holders affected will be 286.73 17.00'' 600.00 34.39 condi, fireplace; also VA JUST OFF TIMUQUAtfA RD.

,advised. & FHA REPRENTATIVE SUNDAYS:
There will be no need to write Above payments Include interest. I IF we do not have the homeof
the VA, Gannon said. your choice we will find 10:00: A.M.'BIBLE WORSHIP
DIAL It. 11:00: A.M. WORSHIP

Don't be concent with doing only 6QO P.M. EVENING SERVICEWEDNESDAYS

year duty. Do more than your 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 CALL 711, -2792 :
duty. ft** the horse,who finishesa 7:30 P.M. U'WEEK SERVICE
5256 Beach Boulevard
neck ahead' who wins the race. Dial 359-2895 J. T. TIMMERMAN. CHURCH PHONE SP 1-3075:

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HAVE YOU BEEN good boys and girls". Santa OIled the childrenat TWENTY-SIX CHILDREN from SANTA SCRAPS REINDEER FOR P3A.ORION'. When Sonia Claus
the' Cumberland Day Nursery before handing out presents. the Daniel Memorial Home were arrived at Patrol Squadron 45 ,to distribute gifts to the fifty-two
The party was given by the Officers Wives Club and featureda hosted by the Waves of Barracks orphans from the. Daniel Memorial>> Home, he came,in'an ,Orion
puppet show by Girl Scout Troop '22 and music by the Catalinas 723 at one of them any Christmas instead of using his traditional reindeer. But the children didn't
before Santa's arrival. "parties held during the holiday seemto mind as they enjoyed a day of fun and excitement which
season. Besides the visit from included dinner at the NAS Mess, games and refreshments before
Quote of the Week Santa Claus who distributed gifts, Santa made his appearance.
the children also enjoyed games,
refreshments and- cartoons.__ __

"/J long a> ar have men of imagination ., ; -, v;: 71iM ,.,.:\
: : : ; : 7- Six Vigiloitees
atIlt vision ay"I lie 'slienglh : ;, ,' ; ; \ ; :. .,, <
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of mind to push ahead, tee a///// continue ; ,:':::' :';' ( '\ /'f\;' a"t"'f ear;.I."" Arrive !II Med

; to have the .(/"l"IIIII. as 'a nation "'
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; that demands." !r i
leadership \ With Saratoga
General H, A. Schrievcr USAF.

Washington (AFPS) The
first detachment of six Navy
RA-5C Vigilante aircraft to be
,
deployed to the Sixth Fleet has
*- arrived in the Mediterranean on
board the attack carrier USS
.. .... ":--a Saratoga.The .
POWELL ;: Vigilante is the airborne
PLYMOUTHPresents pJ : .
t portion of an integrated Intelligence -
system. The complete
t tx ;I It system includes die Vigilante
I aircraft and an intelligence center
on the carrier. Rapid gathering
t :, processing and presentation -

CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS, at Fire Station No. b.sWesaddhig of operational intelli-
THE ROARING W for command use is one
to the holiday season, also captured the second place award in the gence of the system's features.
Jacksonville Jaycees annual Christmas decorations contest. The The Vigilante is equippedwith

4 new kinds of Plymouth 60 new performers in alii! decorations were judged in the commercial division of Duval cameras, radars and electronic
County. As part of their annual custom personnel at all three fire countermeasures to provide -
I H stations aboard NAS displayed holiday decorations. a wide range of collection
: L- capabilities. It is capable of fly-
Tax InformationContinued eral Income and most foreign tax ing long range missions involving -
es are not deductible. supersonic flight at low
J ( From Page 6)) Losses. For example, a altitudes and has day. night and

quarters; and housing outside the loss occasioned by damageto all-weather capabilities.The .
'65 FURY U. S. whether furnished by the your automobile Is deductible planes on the deployment -
; to the extent that it is not are attached to the Recon-
U. S. or foreign government.Deductible
The Plymouth blqqest even plushest 4f"r ? r Items Deductingany covered by insurance unless it naissance Heavy Attack Squadron -
applicable items in the is the result of wilful negligence 9 at Sanford Fla.
following list from your gross on your part. No loss Is deductible 1
income will give you your adjusted for die damage you might
gross,income. The follow- have done to the other car, how Keep Your
BELVEDERE
r ing are deductible items: ever.
'a The new way to wing without Miscellaneous deductible i-
bills afloat for
going out on a limb I Mess (
1i officers). tems include uniforms equipment New YearResolutions
'65 VALIANT 4,1'l.The l Y Travel expenses the actual but not the uniform itself unlessan

contact that hasn't _,,'. .-..10 .. excess expenses may be deducted Inactive duty Reservist; duesto
compact.forgotten why you buy a ,- ". if you're traveling on TAD in a professional societies etc.
mileage or per diem status (not Exemptions Exampttons for
T..r.', change of station.) you and your dependents are
rer Erryretr s..etllia. '65 BARACUDA Expenses attributable to treated as deductions from adjusted because you -te on active duty
,. rt11t .The oat mbrlng new. fastback rents and royalties. gross income in arrivingat outside the boundaries of your
at a spectacular low price.
IAh pMI Losses from sale or exchange taxable income. The amount home state. The Soldiers' and
ivMO.ae IIIALBI -- Once you have found the adjusted exemptions are allowed for the you from the state taxes
gross income you make following: but does prevent taxing of your
REMEMBER: It's Easy to deductions for the following Itemsto You, the taxpayer. military pay or personal property
which you are entitled, unless Your spouse. by any state in which you are
Trade with; Powell P/ymoiil/i/ / you plan to use the short form Additional exemption Is living solely by reason of navalor
in which case you need not bother allowed if the taxpayer spouse military duty orders.To .
with these deductions: Is blind of 65 or older. present all of the Information
Contributions paid during the Each dependent. Your child- on taxes exemptions deductions -
H = H HPHONE taxable year for exclusively ren under 19 or "students" may and the other facets of
public use. be claimed by you if they earn this often complex system would .
Interest on personal Indebtedness over $600 provided they other- be far too lengthy and involvedfor
such as mortgages wise qualify. this paper. It is hoped
Ills SANMARCO on real estate, and to a limited State Taxes Many states, that these highlights will serveto
359.2024 BLVD. extent, carrying charges on installment territories and possessions (and impress the reader with the
purchases. some communities) of die U.S. many sides of die income tax procedure
We Specialize in As a general rule state and have Income tax laws and unless : and through investigation
local taxes are deductible by the your legal home state makes and further inquiry he may deter
QUALITY SERVICE person upon whom they are Imposed an exception for members of the mine his tax in die most equitable -
by law. However, federal armed forces yon are not manner for him and his
,excise taxes (luxury taxes), fed- excused from these taxes just government.IPAGE9 .

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Boating Classes Offered HAS Jax To ,Host
: { .1.1.181' 5"lITa

t Interservice =; : : : : : : :: : : ;: :::: ::: : : : : : :giii


By Jacksonville Power SquadronThe Sports T .mi\vj !}S s; ns s4 vEs s r '42'+2;{ ;+t }.,lya+is s ti'


JacksonvlllePowerSquad- men and high school students are
ron offers free to the boating also welcome to participate.. NAS Jacksonville will host Foxes And Eagles
public an excellent coyrse In With the abundant opportunities first round of the
boat handling, beginning January for boating in this vicinity Georgia Interservice Sports
13th, at the Independent Life Insurance and the increasing traffic on thew ference volleyball and Teams
Building, 233 W. Duval a t erw ays,'.the Information tournaments to be held Top Bowling
Street, at 7:30 KI.;. learned in these classes willgive February 20 It was announced
The course is given once a w xlr: eve i y boatman a greater week by NAS Athletic
for two hours and runs for assurance when alloau Frank McCaffrey. 124, NAS Jacksonville must be where the bowlers are.
approximately 13 weeks. The For further I informationcontact The second round of the long competetlon involving 52 NAS bowling teams Patrol,
following subjects are included: H. M. Gundersen at 264- ments Is slated to be held Five and Sixteen finished first and second respectively.
SeamanshipSmall 9049 or plan to attend the open- NAS Cecil Field,Saturday, squadrons just happen to share the same roof in Hangar' 124.
Boat Handling ing class Jan.'13th at Independent squadrons competed in the

Equipment and Government Life Bldg. 6.The volleyball Bowling League during Patrol Squadron Five's Cham-
RegulationsRiver will be held on a round season play, VP-5's
Piloting Too many people feel toward Foxes" finishing first,and pions are: LT J. C. King; LT
basis with each
team playing
Aids 'Traffic accidents like the old In W. C. Scarbrough, Jr.; CDRN.D.Dunnan .
to NavigationRules lady other teams twice In each "Eagles" coming
of the Road felt toward tornadoes. When her The This was In competition ; H. M. Strunk AMHC; C.
Mariners asked if bowling tournament in their lea S. Sessoms, ABH1; and D.E.Ha-
other
Compass pastor they frightened feature each individual 17 teams
Manners& Customs her, she replied: "No indeed I I six with the highest ley, AE3.
games
Safety Afloat read my Bible, take a glass of play-off matches with the top Patrol SquadronSixteen's team
posite scoring being
Charting& SymbolsIt whiskey, go to bed and say, determine the tournament teams from the Continental Is composed of A.R. Gastlnger,
is not necessary to own a "To hell with 'em!' Scandal (Operations Cursors and PNC; A. M. Strouphauer, ADR1;
boat to take the course. Wo Sheet, Rotary Club(Graham,Tex) ners.Expected entries In the Avions) and the National D. C. Newell, AEC; and E. C.

10-9-64. ment are: Patrick AFB, (Army-Armed Forces Mitchell Patrol, ADR3.
and FICEUR CPO's), Pa- Squadron Sixteen'sStroophauer"was
Orlando AFB
AFB Moody
one of the outstanding -
Sanford Navy, GlyncoNavy, Squadron Five won the
NAS
bowlers lastseason's
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND Field Navy, and Jax Navy. and Patrol Squad- during
play. He was reconglz-
BEACHES possible entries In the Sixteen came In runner-up.
THE
ed for his
prowess by receivingthe
VP-5 received
Champion
) ment are Hunter AFB and
\ points toward the Iron Man BUPERS Achievement Trophy
1 mRJmnmm. Stewart. while VP-16 received for high three game series((720)),
the American Bowling Congress
points. The IronManTrophy
700 Shoulder Patch, and he also
the unit which
to ac-
IQ o P O 'I's''A I the most points over was presented a trophy for high
FRITZ month period of varied game and high series in the
PARMA Ret. competition..Ironman. American League for 1963.

CPO (AFPS Feature)

owner_ SpringBowling
L Who was the first
to swim the English
when was It done and how
I Harold Parman Mayport did It take? LeaguesThe
Fritz Parman, jr. Roosevelt 2. What breed of dog is
Lou Webber Nonnandj no less than 13 different
NAS Spring Bowling
in dog shows? following point totals have
leagues are planned to under
3. In 1908, what major released for the top 10 teams get
by February 8, with the
SPEED way
EQUIPMENT
baseball team hit only three Intramural Program by the organization meeting slated for
runs all season? Athletic Office in the Iron-
COMPLETE LINS OF |JJAQ WHEELS 4. Who became the first Trophy standings: January The individual 20. league organi-
son to ever win three 1875
RACING CHROME
SLIpKS; PIPES zational meetings are scheduledfor
titles In the Italian tennis 1800
TACHOMETERS & FLOOR SHIFTS'NO pionships? 1550 the following dates: American
5. For what event in 1475 League, January 25; Continental j
League, 27 and the Na-
January ;
DOWKHYMENTWE did C. Bowyer Vaus of New alrJ ax 1450
tional Is for
City win the International 1350 League meeting set

FINANCE ANYONE IN THE USN lenge Cup? 1300 1300 January 28.

ANSWERS Maint 1225
WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES 1200 A NEW IDEA FOR A NEW ERA

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Gun Safety For, Use Of Autos NAS Jax Hosts

: : l For '6ND .Tournies:. ',.
NotLegal

Kids StressedBy NAS lax will be the host for the

It Takes ConfidenceFaithful Bagging DeerAn following top sports events this

to the Marine Corps tradition Private Eddie Feigner could coming season: 6ND Boxing -

stand It no longer, He just had to see some action. So be leaped up Local ClubsToys automobile Is not a legal April 14-16, 6ND Tennis July
and headed for the colonel and said, "Put me In. coach. rm a better method of taking deer; however 14-17; 6ND Golf August 17-
than that 20; the South Atlantic RegionalGolf
pitcher guy. during the 1964-65 hunting sea-
and TV this
again yearas the All
Matches and Navy
That was during World War II when the biggest thing In a rest In the will son more than 100 vehicle acci- ;
past tempt many 30
Golf Matches for
and relaxation camp, next to a letter from home, was a screamin' to venture into the dents involving deer will occurin set August
and hol erin' softball game. The popularity of softball In the service grown youngsters up field of firearms, as Florida. In addition to the sure thru September 2.
In World War II spilled over into post-war days and soon softball parents and friends give giftsof damage to the vehicle, and usuallythe .
leagues flourished in city parks on summer evenings and became a facsimile and real rifles and death of the deer, there is SportsFlash
people went to see. the of
thing handguns to youngsters. always possibility injuryto
For all Eddie Feigner know, his talent was not unique, but when he Each year we read or hear of the occupants of the vehicle.
found himself playing for that Marine Corps team he found himselfas tragic accidents with unloaded or Hunting season Is the most
restless as a six-year-old In a barber's chair. That was. becausehe Improperly handled The dangerous time of the year for
himself the bench. guns. AU basketball In the Mainside
found sitting on Junior Chamber of Commerce vehicle-deer collisions.. Fawns
At first Feigner's plea fell on deaf ears. "You can't be a better (JAYCEES) and the Gateway rifle born in early summer are Gym, Bldg. 3, scheduled for Friday -
pitcher," the colonel said. "That's Kermit Lynch out there, and he's and pistol ebb of Jacksonville now roaming more as they become January 15, is postponed.

the best there Is." decided to do something about It less dependent upon the
Feigner pointed out to the coach that they were behind, 2-0, In the this year to lesson the acci- doe. Food conditions are chang-
second inning and that the other team was meeting Lynch's pitches dents rates by giving free ing and deer will be traveling
soundly. Eddie won his point and was put Into the game. Naturally, instructions and information on longer distances from bedding to
he hit a home run his first time up. Naturally, he struck out every the handling of weapons to all area feeding areas. Late season is a
batter he faced. Naturally, he hit another' homer with a man on young persons desiring to learn time for mating, and the mating iv
and won the game, 3-2. And naturally, his team went on to many the proper way to handle fire- bucks are on the move. m
victories, cleaning up nearly all the Army, Navy and Marine Corps arms.A Motorists are urged to use extreme -
opposition It faced. safety lecture on the proper caution during the coming
When the war ended, Feigner went back to him home In Walla Walla, handling of the weapons was givenby months, particularly from duskto
Wash., to play softball. It was there,on a dare, that he played a game Lt.J.S. Bouchard,OICRadio- dawn. Slow downl! Be Alert! 1-4602
using only a catcher, a shortstop and a first baseman. "I I needed three graphy Training D l.v I Is I o n, If you see one deer, there Is a SP
other men," he explains, "because somebody had to hit when we NATTC followed by comprehensive good possibility that others are
loaded the bases." weapons demonstration by nearby. Reduce your speed,
That was the beginning of Eddie's touring four-man team, which he Army, Navy, Marine Corps and use your horn, blink your lights I
calls "The King and his Court." Since 1946, he has played to more civilian personnel.The The deer you miss may not be FRENCH'S
than seven million people In 2,300 cities, traveled more than L5 150 youngsters ranging the one you harvest during the

million miles, pitches nearly 3,500 games, lost only 268, pitched more from ages 6 to 18 saw a repre- deer season, but it Just may be RADIO-.TV
than 460 no-hitters, some 850 shutouts and struck out more than sentative from the U. S. Border the one that saves you hundreds SALES & SERVICE
48,000 batters. patrol give a dazzling display of of dollars In vehicle repairs.A. 6SS7 lOIrd STREET
Feigner doesn't limit his pitching to just an assortment of curves, trick shooting, Lt. Kline from the D. Aldrich, director of the SERVINGENTIRE
drops, upshoots and blazing fast balls. He'll move from the mound Jacksonville Police departmentfire Game and Fresh Water Fish -
to second base where he's struck out the side many times. He's even the 30 Caliber Carbine and Commission, pointed out that SOUTHWEST
fanned a few from centerfield. He can pitch blindfolded and can throw thompson sub-machine gun,Chief should a motorist become involved -
from behind his back as fast as he can normally.Two Petty Officer, Ken Pendergrasfired In a vehicle-deer collision JAX
things, Feigner says, make him the world's greatest soft- the skeet course, the ARMY the ,accident should be reported SALES & SERVICE/ ON
ball pitcher. One is his ability to underhand a ball 104 miles per gave a demonstration of the new to the Commission or'to S TELEVISION *
hour and the'other is'confidence.Once It was arrogance, but maturity M-60 machine gun, while the Marines the Florida Highway Patrol and I. RADIO HI-FI
changed It to confidence. of Marine Aviation Detach an accident report filed. High- S AUTOMOBILE RADIO
"When I was 16," be says, "I make Bo Belinsky look like an altar ment under the direction of SSgt. ways passing through areas of ORGAN
boy. E. Pennington who also acted as heavy deer concentration are ''ALL
In his youth Eddie could strike out any kid on the block and usedto the range safety Officer fired the posted with deer crossing signs WORK GUARANTEEDDon't
offer 10 swings and $10 to any guy who could hit a fair ball In return new M-14 rifle and older M-l and motorists should drive accordingly -
for $1 from the guy who couldn't. He was the wealthiest kid In both In slow fire and rapid fire. .-
the neighborhood. While the course was not Intended -

-- to be a .weapons demonstration -
===
.,.. .- -' JI the Imense firepower and be a "last minute"Santa
',.-'-' t.. "...... $ ." force of the demonstration drove
I 1 "
'I ... fI... ; .. ;r home the Important message of
:
) : I' -'" ."j., .,. .. the potential danger of misuse of -M. ,
: 8 i
\ > J .. weapons to the youngsters. QP
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bw next
: year. .
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.\ When residents of a Reno residential 1-
/
: area were awakened by a 'fgy a '. FZ xCftf
Lj police loudspeaker and told a bur- $ \ 0. ; j' M q
,
glar was In their area, they grab
THESE BEAUTIES will be amongst the many swimmer in the 2nd bed guns and flashlights, turned

annual Invitational Meet to be held at MAS on January 16. on porch lights, and called out
their dogs. As a result of the
citizen action Policeman Floyd
Swimmers
Navy Beaches Aquatic Club, Good Mastalka was chased by two box
TeamJack- er dogs, climbed a fence, and was
Shephard Swimming
Host 2nd Annual and YMCAs confronted by a home owner
sonville Arlington ,
St. Augustine Team,Ponde Verde armed with a shotgun. The suspect

Swimming MeetThe Club the 300, San Club Jose of Country Gainesville.Club, and Grit.was found hiding in a car.

Air --- --
Second Annual Naval
Christmas shopping is always more fun
Station Jacksonville Invitational
Swimming Meet will be held January when you can do it without rushingand

16 at the NAS Indoor Pool. without piling up bills.
Sponsored by Fleet Air Wicg l So, get a headstart on Santa next year

Eleven, the meet will feature nine l e by joining our Christmas Club now.
ORDERS
TAKE OUT
DINING ROOM
teams competing in 72 events for When the club pays off next November
:
trophies and ribbons. .i, PREMIUM BEER CIIOICE CUT STEAKS you'll be all set for a wonderful holiday.

All events are classified ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI BANKING HOURS:

according to age, from 17-year Monday\ thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM
individual PIZZA
olds down. and =
Relays
competition will be featured. The L ... Friday: 9:30 AM til) 4:30 PM

top three competitors In each age our speciaty" ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., NAS

group will be given trophies while FRANKDERICKSON Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273
the next three contestants w ill receive
4th, 5th, and 6th place In the Heart of Cedar Hills THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANKUS

ribbons. will 3619 Blanding Blvd.Ph. 771-0170 NAS FACILITY OFFICE
The nine teams competing .

be: JaxNavy. Florida Yacht Club, ,., .. .. ... ... .. ... .. .. ... . . .. .
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700.13.... ... 1233 100.13..11.3.
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your money ha> been spent 800.U..... ... 13S3 100.11..1961 t 20 DEMONSTRATORS t
and how much remains in your 8SO.I4.... .. 1SS3 850.14........ 11,32
account. The entries makeas 450.1 ... .... SS3 ri0.14.,23.46 .SEDANS HARDTOPS
write checks you 670.15 ....... SI3 470.15......... ISM .Standard & auto/tron., 6 & 8 cyl.
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