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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: March 26, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Attack Squadron 44 Presents Awards i;


To Outstanding 'Wliitehats' Of- MontllI I


Comdr. Clifford A. McDougal, Month and Outstanding Plane while office supervisor in the

commanding officer of Attack Captain-Of-the-Month, respec- Administrative Office.

Squadron 44, presented com- tively. Baldasso was picked for his
mendations and awards to Out- Both men were given a suit- tasks
honor for "completing
standing enlisted men at a cere- ably engraved model of the willingly and in a most excep-
mony last week.Commended F9F-8T Cougar.
tional while plane cap-
were Robert Browne was praised for "out- manner
Browne, YN1, and Americo Bal- standing leadership ability effi- tain of F0F, A4D, and TV air-

I iZ dasso, AD3, Bluejacket-Of-the- ciency and attention, to duty craft during February."

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I i VoL 16 No. 50 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 26 March 1959


RED LIGHT l I


AT O&R IS I I II


Pt : SAFETY AIDWhen '

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a red flashing light is _
seen, it usually means there has
been an accident of some kind,
many times resulting in injury
and death.

But not so at NAS Jax O&R,
where a small triangularshapeddevice
mounted with a blinkingred
y lantern has been used for
two weeks as a preventive of
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danger. i;
MAN FROM MARS? No but till something that is causing -
excitement. It's the Mark II Omni-environnenial full pressure The device, measuring nearly
suit sent recently by BuAer to NAS Jax Flight Physiology. two-and-a-half feet high, was
I Holding external backpan assembly of suit is Lt (jg) Frank designed by C. B. Corbin, Chief
Formeller. Man in the suit, Roger Beavans, HM1. holds onto Quarterman of the Plant Divisionof
breathing regulator on the fiber glass headpiece. beneficial
O&R as a sugges-

Space Suit On Display Here tion.purchased Although separately the lanterns, the mount-were vp}

ings were I constructed by the .h,

Joiner Shop.Designed ... .
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Works On 'Cabin' to attract attentionto
PrincipleA FOREWARNS DANGER NAS Jax O&R employees had
existing safety hazards, the better be alert if they find themselves working near! one of
space suit, similar to a type which may be employed device is distributed throughout I these 'lantern" gadgets, because danger is nearby. Many has
ardf, such these large boxes protruding the white
all O&R shops by members of: as beyond
by Navy jet pilots in this area sometime this year, was the Committee. "saf.ty line are revealed by the red blinking light device now
recently loaned to NAS Jax's: Flight Physiology Training I Safety in use at O&R. Checking the warning signal are, left to right,
Unit by BuAer. Periodically, safety inspectionsare Joseph McSwain, Eustace Johnson and R.W. Vogel, of the SafetyCommittee.
Although the suit, a Mark II by utilizing the Mark II, pres- conducted and hazards are .
Omni-environmental full pres- sure on the pilot's body: can be located by the committee.

sure variety, has become outdated I increased and thus enable himto Upon locating a hazard, the
Easter Rites Scheduled
by several improved modelsof breathe with greater facility. men place the device in a con-

lighter weight and similar design Other protections which the (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) I
it is the newest to hit the Mark II offers are against extreme -

Jax area. ( changes bite) and in positive environmentfrost G- TIDE TABLE For Station's ChapelsIn

LTJG) FRANK Formeller, HIGH LOW
forces. observance of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus
Aviation Physiologist at Flight AM PM AM PM
Physiology, hopes to demonstratethe THE MARK II suit consists of Fri. 9:48: 9:56: 3:34: 3:49: Christ nearly 20 centuries ago, Good Friday and Easter I
suit to various civic groups torso, boots, gloves and head- Sat. 10:40: 11:08: 4:28: 4:42: Sunday services will be conducted this weekend by chap-
and perhaps on a 15-minute tele- piece. Underneath the torso is a Sun. 11:36: 5:25: 5:40 lains aboard the Naval Air Station.
vised broadcast."I I (Please turn to Page 6. Col. 1)) Every opportunity will be
Sacrament will be at 1700 tonight -
believe," he said, "that froma made for military and civilian Good Friday Liturgy will
of the Station to
personnel par-
public relations standpoint education -
be held at 1500. At that time the
of the public in flight ticipate in the special services. crucifix, covered since Passion

physiology would encourage BEGINNING the weekend Sunday, will be unveiled.
many young men to enter into series of Easter services will be
the field of human engineeringand Holy Thursday Communion for Holy Saturday Liturgy will be
human factors involved in Protestants at All Saints' Chapelat held the following day at 2000.

our nation's fight for space su- 1900 tonight. Sunday's Masses include Low
Mass at 0830, followed by High
premacy. The Seven Last Words of
Mass at 1000. All Masses and
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The Mark II, manufactured by Christ will be the topic of meditations -
Liturgies will be offered by
B. F. Goodrich Aviation Co., operates in a three-hour serviceat
William
Chaplain Doyle.
on the principle of a small All Saints' tomorrow. Participating -
cabin in the shape of a suit. It in the Good Friday service "WITHIN Closed Doors" will
is emergency gear which, in the beginning at 1200 will be Chaplain be the topic of a sermon to be
event aircraft cabin pressure is : Charles Beatty of NAS, and delivered by Chaplain W. J.
lost, maintains a pressure upon Chaplains A. D. pickett, Frank Davis at St. Luke's Chapel at
the body of 3.5 pounds per Morton, Earnest Reagan and Don 0930 Sunday at the Naval Hos
square inch maximum and keeps r Alexander, of NATTCenter. pital. Included among musical
the pilot from "going above" Easter Sunday services aboard numbers will be a solo by Miss

35,000 feet.BESIDES. the Station begin with a sunrise Marilyn Norton. She will sing
"The Holy City".
protecting from ex- service at 0600 at the football
plosive decompression of the stadium. Presentation of sacred Good Friday services at St.
music will include numbers by Luke's Chapel will be conductedat
cabin, the suit also, safeguardsthe
pilot from aviator "bends"or ( the Jax Navy Band and All 1200 tomorrow.
1
expansion of gases dissolvedin Saints' Chapel Choir. Chaplain Leading up to the Easter week-

body fluids which would increase ,, Morton will present the Easter end services, Holy Week services
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at a fast rate above 35- message. have been conducted since Tues-
SUNKEN SHIP REPLICA Model of the USS Arizona whichwas
000 feet. sunk at Pearl Harbor on that fateful day U presented to CATHOLIC services at St. Ed day in the O&R auditorium by
The suit also protects fliers Capt. Alton C, Abetfneihy, (left) commanding officer of the ward's Chapel will be held tonight Chaplain Charles Beatty. Begin-
from oxygen deficiency, or hy- Naval Hospital, by James Whitmire of Fleet Reserve Association tomorrow, Saturday and ning at 1105 daily, the 15-minute
Branch 126. The Association Is railing funds for the erection ofa
While Mass, processionand devotions are held in Building
Sunday.
poxia, owing to rarefied and low
national shrine in honor of the men who perished aboard the
pressure atmosphere. However, ship. reposition of the Blessed; 101A.vttMt .




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Dana 2 JAX AIR NEWS 26 March 1959

Early Detection Important --


JfI --S Car Credit On Sale UnionThe At Too Much Weight Can



Cart Elliott! W. Pariah Jr. HAS.._JacksonTill__ __.__ _.... Commanding Officer Jax Navy Federal
Capt. Grayston IL Weber.................... ........... Executive Officer Credit Union has on sale to Give Diabetes FootholdThis
NAB Six Pl.ei Air'Jacksoaville
near Adm. Wendell G. Switzer .._...................................._..... .......... Commander the highest bidder a 1957 third articles dealing with the subject
Capt. George R. Luker .........,_._...-_...-._-.,.-......,....,..... Chief of Staff, Fairfax V-8 four- ( Is the of four of
Capt Macpherson Williams ............ ......Chief of Staff. NAB Six Plymouth Savoy diabetes, appearing weekly in the JAX AIR NEWS.)
Fleet'Als
Eleren
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh ._......?.....?.......Wing....................?..................................... Commander door automobile.This Because being overweight increases your chances of develop.
Capt Charles L. Lambing ................................ .... Chief Staff Officer in previous articles, the values of
Nan! Air Technical Training Confer car may be seen in the ine diabetes, as discussed avoiding
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. .._?......?............................................. Commanding Officer overeating must be emphasized.BY .
Comdr. Wilfred E. rieshman _. ........................................_.. Executive Officer rear of Building 39. Bids in diabetes it may be as high as
Navel Hospital URGING the relatives of
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy ._..__................................................ Commanding Officer must be sealed, and will close 1,000 milligrams per cent. Usually .
Capt John G. Feder _....._.............................. ...........,.?........................ Executive Officer the diabetic to keep their weights when the blood
NARTU Thursday, April 2 at 1400. devel- sugar is
Capt. Norman O. Anderson ............................................................. Commanding Officer within normal limits, the greater than 170 milligrams
Comdr. William E. Hardy......... Executive Officer The bid may be left with opment of diabetes in those most will per
cent, sugar appear In the
Printed commercially with non-appropiated funds in Jacksonville Floridaat the Credit Union manager at susceptible to it might be pre- urine.In .
no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS! P-35 vented or markedly delayed in
Rev. July 1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel Building 30. doubtful cases, tolerance
of Fleet Air Jacksonville Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training onset.
Naval Center Hospital, Fleet .Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. The car is equipped with When diabetes or diabetic he- tests are used. In these tests a.

Service Information Officer ......................._.......... Comdr. Frank J. Hill Powerflite and heater and is is known to exist, further measured amount of sugar is,
Assistant Service Information Officer .................. Andrew II. redity given the patient and blood
1dltor-Gordon! Robbie: Staff Reporters-Bill Weekes, JO3: Alba Paterson: in good condition.The passage of the disease may be sugar
Ron Davis, AN; Gene Hagan JOSA. Staff Photographer-Joseph O' PH3 samples and urine specimens are
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service: Credit Union blocked completely only if the
reserves collected prior to the tests
Material appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit is chosen in marriage is and.
given Photographs unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy Photo- the right to reject any and partner at intervals thereafter to deter
graphs non-diabetic member of a non-
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone all bids. mine how his sugar is burned.
extensions 8164 CM. XT or tt>. diabetic family.
Much like checking the gas mile-
And there is good evidence
age on your car.NORMALLY .
that early diagnosis and efficient
With TheToastmasters
control of the active symptomsmay .the blood sugar
AS riIIffkJH 11tiq returns to an initial normal
help prevent further devel-
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level within two hours and no
opment of the defect.
sugar is spilled in the urine.
SUGAR in the urine is presumptive
I Watch the next JAX AIR NEWS
Navy Jax Officers ToastmastersClub evidence of diabetes '
held the Club's "speak off" until proven otherwise but ad- for further information and plan ;

Thursday night. Competing for ditional evidence must be soughtif of operation of the Employee's \

the honors were Sam. Anderson, no symptoms are present.: Preventive Health Program's l

Dick Blankenship, Max Bailey, .' \ % Temporary sugar in the urine Diabetic Detection Clinic for ;

Fritz Hellings, Kirb Callam and may be present in a few indi- Station Civil Service employees.

Don Dougherty. t\\L viduals after an excessively high This will tell about a new and

Hellings won a close contest carbohydrate meal. simple examination for sugar

speaking on ""Their NATO or Normally, the fasting blood .

_ ,Ours," and will represent Navy sugar varies between 80 and 120 '

Jax petition.in the area speak-off com- milligrams per cent. However, Navy Wives:,


Bill Highsmith, using table Girl Scouts'Tour Corne .
topics, afforded members the op-
portunity to discuss income tax
VP-18 AircraftGirl I
tactics. Navy Wives Club No. 86 held J

S. } Scouts of Troop 18 were its regular meeting March 18 at

Members of Mar-Nav 2280 recently given a tour of Patrol the Clubhouse in Dewey Park.

Toastmasters Club were affordeda Squadron 18 with Comdr. C. J. Hostesses were Mesdames William

peek at the secret life of. some Zane, commanding officer, and. Joyner, Danny Johnson, '

of their fellow speakers. ________________m several of his officers acting as i Fred Beaudoin and H.R. Eitzen.
President I Dick Murphy pre- NEW CATHOLIC CHAPLAIN Checking Station Chapelt'lending hosts. I New members welcomed were

sided at the library, Lcdr. William Doyle new NAS Jax Catholic The Scouts, dressed for the Mrs, Hale. Lane<< and Mrs. John
Chaplain assesses the variety of reading material .
business available to occasion in jeans and pedal Ryan.
por- military personnel and their dependents. Lcdr. Doyle, who relieves pushers, boarded a P2V-7 air- The Club will hold its monthly
Francis
tion of the o Capt. Burke now on duty with the First Naval
District arrived aboard recently. craft like veterans. "Pot-Luck" luncheon next tues-

meeting, which Donning headsets, the girls day at 1300. A film on cancer
included acceptance 1 I chatted back and forth on the will be shown and all members
Lcdr. Doyle Assumes Reins "in tercom." and guests are cordially invitedto
of the W
The program included a movie, attend. Mrs. Barbara Canadayis
membership of tW tour of the aircraft aided by in charge of the luncheon.
Of Station Catholic Chaplain Chief W..R.,
01
Phil Burnham. I McCaughin, and re- Following appointments were
freshments. made: Pin Chairmen, Mrs. Leo-
Toastmaster was Al Jones. He "Chapel facilities here are the finest I've seen in the Troop 18 meets aboard the nard Derluth; Not-New Shop

cracked the door to the skeleton Navy," assetts Lcdr. William Doyle, new NAS Jax Catholic Station Thursday evenings at the Helper, Mrs. Harry Witter.
closet by introducing Bob Gelles Chaplain who replaces Capt. Francis Burke. Girl Scout Hut. Most of the Next meeting is scheduled

who spilled the beans on "The Formerly assistant to Atlantic girls are in their third year of April 1. All wives of enlisted
Day Jim Wood Ran The Three Force and Fleet Chaplain at needs of personnel and their dependents :Scouting. Mrs. I. E. Lovett is Navy and Marine Corps men are

Minute Mile" and Riley Collins Norfolk, Father Doyle served Chaplain Doyle, how- leader. cordially invited to attend.
.
spoke on "The Day Ed Wright aboard the USS Wyandotte dur- ever, expressed pride in the existing -

Won The Indianapolis 500." ing Operation Deep Freeze III, programs and facilities.

Bill Kellogg revealed more secrets and was active in research and LCDR DOYLE did admit that
with his icebreaker entitled testing of materials used in the he will especially look forwardto

"Strictly From Nowhere. Moral Leadership Program while working with the Chapel

Wood filled in effectively for an Chaplain at OCS, Newport, R. I. Choir, having been director of

absent speaker with his. impromptu A NATIVE Baltimore. Md., the choir at the North American

discourse, 'The Ques Lcdr. Doyle received his A.B. College in Rome.

tion.", and M.A. in philosophy from Chaplain Doyle anticipates his

Evaluators were Wallie Con- Catholic University, Washington, tour at NAS Jax with pleasure,
D. C., and'studied theology at and said he was especially "Hap FyU' ; >
yers, Don Muller, Paul Under to be
Gregorian University in Rome, py once again associated
wood, Wright, Ed Julian, Wally and at St., Mary's Seminary in with Comdr. and Mrs. Beatty

Miller and timer Sam Derleth. Baltimore. (Protestant Chaplain), friends of
fi}ti t
Having become interested in many years..

the Navy's Moral Leadership

Program while at Newport, his Rios AO Honor Graduate c\

appreciation extends beyond the The honor graduate of NATT-

value of the program itself to Center Aviation Ordnance School, ________
the original awareness of the Class A, last Friday was Rumaldo

need for such a project on the Rios, AOAN. ak
part of commanding officers and v.
Rios led
a group of 15 witha
chaplains.
final average of 84.31. The
"GOOD MILITARY leadershipand honorman will report to NAAS
.
good moral leadership," the. Beeville, Texas for duty.
chaplain emphasized, "are dis- f

tinct but inseparable. Greenland -... ....,, _. .
contains 132,000 '''''' ;;'''':
N 4.0 MARINES
Welcoming suggestions from square miles of ice-free territory, from Capt. John Receiving their* certificates of achievement
the congregation how Pulliam (right) are the three students .
on to but all its inhabitants live on of the recent class at top Marine
Aviation
modify schedules and increase the coastal strip, venturing no NATTCenter. Left to right are, Ronald Fundamentals Green Schoolhat

activities to benefit spiritual farther than 190 miles inland. 'anical Sandoval phase, top, military Robert man.Strozier, tops in electrical, tops and Sylvan


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; //Jj) TlNi J8f. 20-Year Pin Go To

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Twenty-three births were recorded PW EmployeesThree

at the Naval Hospital last
Beneficial Suggestion
week with girls in the forefront,
Awards and one 20-year pin

13-10. were presented to NAS Jax Pub-

GIRLS g. lic Works Department employees;
Barbara Louise, to Walter
.. last week by Capt. J. Henry
Howard, ATC, and Mrs. Howard, {}
Etter, Public Works officer.
born March 6; Lorrie Ann, to '
Hubert Harrison, AM2, and Mrs. Willie Googe, Maintenance Division -

Harrison; Veronica Sue, to David o' '. received $70 for his sug-
gestion to change the procedurefor
AT2 and Mrs.
Rarqsey, Ramsey; ;
testing Mobile Ground Power
Angela Lillian, to Sgt. and Mrs.
Woodrow Foster, born March 7. Units by locating a Load Testing
: 1t14s' : Unit in Building 105 instead of
Also, Pamela Kathryn to
Building The relocation
Thomas Carlton, AMC, and Mrs. 1Q3.
\ } { would save much time by elim-
Carlton; Karen Kaye to Herman
inating the necessity of movingthe
Knight, AT3, and Mrs. Knight; ;
units to Bldg. 103 for
Baby girl, to Richard Hale, AN L I power
load testing after repair.
and Mrs. Hale; Nancy Jane, to m _'_, ,.._ ,__
Dana Jensen, ENC, and Mrs.i FOR GOOD IDEAS Capt. J. Henry Etter, (second from Eighty-five dollars was givento

Jensen, and Cindy Lynn, to left) NAS Jax Public Works Officer, congratulates these men on Fred VonEberstein, Transpor-

David Hause, ACl, and Mrs. Exchange Shpps their receiving checks for beneficial suggestions. Accepting tation, for his suggestion for retrieving -

Hause, all born March 8. checks are from left, Raymond Hurst, of Transportation Divisions plane arrestor chains,for
Fred Von Eberslein, Transportation and Willie Googe attach-
Post New HoursNew runway. By welding
And, Donna, to CWO and Mrs.
Maintenance. Walker Crevasse, (extreme right) received a 20.
Hugo Wondergem; Cynthia Col- hours have been postedfor year service pin.Deadline. ments to the ends of a bulldozer

len, to John Smothers, ,AN, and the Mainside Retail Store, blade, an improved method of

Mrs. Smothers, born March 9. Country Store and Uniform retrieving and properly positioning -

Born March 10 was Linda Carel, Shop. Beginning today (March Near For PurchaseOf the heavy chain used on air-

i'' to Willie Ivey, AD3, and Mrs. 27), these stores will open at craft emergency arresting gearIs

Ivey. Born March 11, MargaretAnn 0900 and close daily at 1630. achieved.
Sport Sampler BargainPersonnel
Hurst -
Transportation
to Donald Shafer, A02, and Saturday hours remain 0900to Raymond ,
received $35 for his sugges-
Mrs. Shafer. 1200;
. BOYS The Service Station will are reminded that final date for getting in on tion for a gas filler neck pro-

) the king-size Sport Sampler amusement bargain is April 3. jector for ME-1 tractors. Possi-
Baby Boy, to Robert Hazel- now be open from 0800 to 1630
"' No Samplers will l! _be sold after this date. bility of damage to the filler
Hazelwood and
wood, and Mrs. daily, and 0800 to 1200 on
Books are available at Special neck is eliminated by installationof
Richard Elmo Jr., to Richard Saturday. I boat: ride, baseball games, dance
Services, Building 704, for all a guard, therefore, the possi-
Rapier, USN/Ret., and Mrs. Ra- parties,, miniature golf,' bowling,
military personnel, their depend- bility of fires caused by gasoline
pier, born March 6. amusement rides, auto racing
,
ents and civilian employees of spillage due to the damaged filler
Also, Lester Floyd, to Henry ClassifiedThe high school football and movies,
the Station. neck is also greatly reduced.
Vinson, AQ2, and Mrs. Vinson, among other things.
THE AMAZING of 20 service
program Receiving a
year din
March 7 Robert Alan, to Robert
;
( Jax Air News is prohibited fun and recreation, which gives SPECIFIC activities, and num- was Walker Crevasse of Administration -
Payne, ADR3, and Mrs. Payne; ,
Jeffrey Hale, to Ltjg) and Mrs. by Defense Department regulations the purchaser of a Sampler free ber of free admissions allowedfor Division.
.,
from listing commercial admission tickets to various local
William Morse, March 9. each book, include: St. Au-

Born March 10 Daniel James, advertising.Ads recreation events during the year, gustine Sight-Seeing Train (1));

to Pfc. and Mrs., Thomas Ball, in this column are limitedto is on sale for only $3.75. Holiday of Fun at New Kingsley DOD Studies

, and Lawrence Paul, Jr., to_Law housing for rent and sale, This program is not on public Beach (5); Scenic Cruise on I

rence Muhlbauer, AE2, and Mrs. rooms, lost and found items and sale. Purchased separately, indi- Matanzas Bay, St. Augustine, (1)):
Fiscal 1960
Muhlbauer.And miscellaneous (such as rides vidual tickets' to the various Golf, City of Jax Beach or Fer-.

Riley Olin, to Olin Tis- wanted and swaps in duty
dale, HM1, and Mrs. Tisdale; ). 82 dollars. Three Golf, Par Three Golf: Pro-pay PlanPropay
The Sport Sampler offers free Course (2)) Summer Dance Par-
No ads taken ;
David Robert, to Harold Payne, are by phone,
allocations for fiscal
and Robert all must be submitted personally ty, Hotel George WashingtonAud.
AN and Mrs. Payne
,
NAS Garden Circle Lists 1960 being studied by the
now
., ((2), and Jax Braves Base-
John, to Gerald Burkhart, AMS3, or by mail. The Jax Air

and Mrs. Burkhart.Scouting. News reserves right to edit all Bird Sanctuary Plans ball (2). greatly Defense Department on retention, will rate depend and

NAS Jax Garden Circle has Also, Guild Players at Fairfax
ads.Deadline particular needs of the services.
for ads each week is announced plans for dedicationof Theatre
((2); Opera by the Jax The reenlistment rate in vari-
Tuesday at 1200)). a bird sanctuary, Sunday, May Choral Society ((1) ; Artists Con-
ous ratings and specialty groups
I I For Rent 17 at 1400 on the Chapel cert by the Civic Music Assoc. will be closely considered in determining -

3 Bdrm unfurn hse with screen grounds.Mrs. School
((1)); High Football ((2)): who will get profi-

VP-5 porch & garage. Elec kit, % mi Robert Ellis, chairman Bowling at any city alleys ((6)): ciency pay boosts after July 1.

from NAS, 2 blks from Roose- for the event, has named the Auto Racing at Speedway Park
Lcdr. and Mrs. Dana Overman
velt Blvd. 4602 Cates Ave., EV following' committee: Mrs. J. K. ((2)); Swim and gym at Jax By June 30, 1960-end of fiscal
a surprise birthday party 1960-the Defense
gave 9-3867. Freeman, assistant chairman; YMCA ((3); Micro-Midget Racingat year Depart-
in honor of Comdr.
last Friday 2 Bdrm hse, convenient to NAS Mrs. J. D. Mulins, program; Mrs.G. Beach Boulevard Speedway ment envisions some 163,400 enlisted -

Arthur Cason, VP-5 Skipper i 'I' and Cecil Fld. 7165 103 St, SP C. Talley, publicity, and Mrs.L. (2)) ; Amusement ,rides at City men getting the P-l ($30))

Present were: Cmdr. and Mrs. F Frick invitations aro-pay.. Another 5000 paymentsat
1-2056. Zoo ((4), and Roller Skating ((3)).
John Coonan, Lcdr. and Mrs. Carl 1 Bdrm" apt, comp furn, elec the higher rate of $60 (P-2))

Moses, Lcdr. and Mrs. Ben Titus, kit. Swimming pool privileges. will be given to personnel in the

Lcdr. and Mrs. Don Gately, 5934 Wesconnett Blvd SP 1-1106. EJ1r most critical categories.

Lcdr. and Mrs. Overman, and Garage apt, kit equip, $60 mo, Plans for Fiscal 1959 called for

Comdr. and Mrs. Cason. 3327 Green St, Murry Hill, EV the services to award $30 pro-

Also, the squadron's former 9-0231. ; 7iL L : pay raises a month to 80,000 enlisted -

skipper, Cmdr. John W. Crowe 1 Bdrm unfurn duplex, Atlantic : personnel. About 12,800(

and Mrs. Crowe, Lt. and Mrs. Beach.: CH 9-2721. f w & :. sailors are now ,getting pro-pay,
Edwin Friesen, Miss Betty For Sale ;<: rk while the service actually}] had

Friesen and Ensign Dan Holmes. 2 Bdrm frame hse, corner 1- __ pro-pay openings for 16,639.

Welcome aboard is extendedto acre lot. Convenient to NAS. 805 :: k: :.: : The Marine Corps will issue

Ensign Charles Holbrook, En- Plainfieid Ave, Orange Pk. Will pro-pay to 12,000 enlisted Leath-
: r4'ti r' 'ri4
; ernecks in fiscal 1960 double the
,
rent. Ext 8243 CO 4-9351.
sign Jim Leonardo, M. L. Hut- or
number allotted during the
mire, YN3, W. C. Gowitzke, ADI, MiscelJaneousRiders : cur-
wanted from down- rent year.Easter .
J. R. Howell, AD2, R. J. Strick- '
b ATI. town, out vicinity of College: .:. ThL"
land AD3, and Bt> Dyer, I _
0730-1600. Cheesbro, EL 4-2007. Egg Hunt Slated
and Ltjgs
Lt. Dick Mackessy ; :
Bill Becker and Jerry Burns Ride wanted-from 2943 Gil- i i A Sunday At All SaintsAll

have been transferred to Fasron more St., 0730-1600. Roberts, 432. j. l Saints Chapel will spon-

109. F. G. Grimes, AD3, C. L. sor an Easter egg hunt for chil-

Reynolds, A03, and D. W. Rob- Bank NoticeThe dren of the Sunday School at

AN have been released 1500 Comdr Charles
erts, Station banking facility Sunday,
from active duty,, hours of businessfor Beatty, N AS Jax Protestant
announces new
J. M. Beaton, AT2, and C. R. chaplain has announced. *
Fridays. The bank will be r R
} Y.
Quarles, AD3, have reenlistedfor Parents, as well as children,
open from 1000 to 1630 on Fri- 5
six years. are extended an invitation to
days from now on.
-.. .--- attend the egg hunt in the vicinity -
Doctor: "Jones, your wife The bank, in Building 39, also FASHION DOLLS This cut little quintet shows off latest of Building 722.

doesn't look right to me." announces a new policy of open- styles in beach wear now available at the Navy Exchange. These Children planning to attendare
accounts. This is in suits are Just a parcel of the many attractive garments displayed
but savings
Jones: "To me neither, ing the asked to bring three dyed
during Navy Wives Club fashion show held last week at
close your eyes and taste her addition to its ususal checking King Hall. Modeling are left io right, Debbie Murphy, Loretta eggs or one dozen candy eggs to

cooking. account service. Keller, Mary Maul. Mary Ellen Hall and Debra Joyner. Sunday School that morning.



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Play Big. Role In County



Many On Station DoubleVolunteer + x } }.


t r;.
As FiremenPersonnel k q


at NAS Jax like to think they do their part to iMtF

!maintain our nation's strength. And they do, whether by *t k\4 &4 ::!
keeping our aircraft flying) or our Station operating smoothly.
But mere are those wno ao
more. Those who during the Also the yearly appropriation is

day help to keep us safe from not always enough to. keep

attack and at night bolster the equipment up to date and re-

more intimate safety of home paired.
and family. MEN AT O&R active in the

THEY ARE the men who come Duval VFD program are J. E.

home at night, perhaps weary Bonner, W. E. Lee, J. M. Fraser, .. \

from a busy day, but still on the W. D. Estes, T M. Heape, R. I. J.
alert Harnois, J. R. Holton, F. E.
geared at a moment'snotice
Francher, H. M Stephens, M. M. .
into
truck
to hop or car ,
and, like pigeons at the toll of a Holden (all of Lakeshore VFD), .r 4'K.ti. .. i ,+k'' ?ti, <
iS.+k..f..to @:.Y' ,
bell scatter throughout DuvalCounty's Ralph Youngblood, Harry King, -
Rufus Wilson (of St. John's Bluff -
850 square miles t o :
arrest destruction and harness VFD), George Allen (Holly Oaks : : '

tragedy. VFD), W. R. Vogel, A. L. White
(Lakewood VFD Brown
), George ,' {
They are men of the volunteerfire s } ? c a + '%:: v: .a k3 ri ?;in kk:.#
(Mandarin-Loretto), Andy Ben
departments of the
county. ton (Southsidc Estates VFD)
Some 38, or almost seven percent D. M. .{. cc; cc .......'::'.;.:.w..M ;:j ;U..,.;. :.,:;.'.,+.,..< Joseph Hagan, Hedge,
of approximately 490 men Bruce Gammill and Tolbert Mor- THEY GIVE OF THEMSELVES These are NAS Jax personnel on the Wesconneit Volunteer
comprising the total strength in Fire Department who work by day and aid those unfortunate during the dangerous hours of
the county's VFDs, are Navy- row (of Wesconnett VFD), night when fire is so apt to break out in any populated area. From left to right are Frank Lescar- I
Six of the VFD members at bean O&R: Troy Squies NX, M.G. Forsyth. PWD, Willie Googe, PWD, R. Wooten, fire chief, Nick
NAS Jax civilian
men or per- Public Works are Herman Lut- Frascello, PWD, Dick Riley of 679th Air Force, and H.E. Bierly, AEC. of VA176.
sonnel. Of
these 15 departments, -
only two are not represented by zen, Robert Durden (RiverviewVFD
), M. G. Forsyth, Willie Bomb Poses
Navymen or employees of the Hydrogen Explosion
Station. Googe, N. J. Frascello and t
Frank Lescarbean (WesconnettVFD I

THROUGHOUT 1958, some ). Threat To Civil
Biggest
2800 "runs" were made by the OTHER civilian members in- DefenseThis
VFDs
utilizing 28 pumpers, 16
clude Tillis of NAS Jax
Emery
tankers and .some 40,000 feet of ( is the fifth in a series on the National Plan for Survival e
hose to battle the fire scourge. fire Department (Marietta and Defense in case of attack or other emergency. Just how I these questions, congratulations! w
of VFD), Troy Squires, NX (Wes Less than 10% of parents answering -
Through constant efforts vol- the individual fits into the overall picture will be covered.) S
connett) and T. A. Sechrest '
,
recent did.
costs questionnaires
unteer firemen of
propertyup The most serious emergency
into millions of dollars is NARTU (Lakeshore VFD), that could arise is the explosionor I such as hurricane flood and What do you know of the 1

saved each year. Navymen are Lt. R. C. Fenner, impending explosion ,fit an storm. functions of the police; fire department -

Besides attending brush, house, Commander Fleet Air Jax atomic or hydrogen bomb. This The survival of any species welfare, health and

garage, store, plane, gas, electrical (Lakeshore), S/Sgt. Charles i\ threat requires preventive and depends upon its ability to rec- other agencies in 'your community -
oil, woods and numerous Tankersly, USMC at NARTU I protective measures beyond any ognize danger, and either escape if an emergency occurs?
other types of fires, VFDs rescue (Community VFD), Bill Prett, i that have been needed throughout I it or defend itself against attack. Have you checked the Florida

anything from cats in trees and BM1, MAA Barracks (CSt. Johns i I recorded history.IN Man is no exception.SO State CD Plan? Duval County's

children in locked bathrooms to Bluff), H. E. Bierly, ABC, of1 THESE articles we have I LET'S face it. The need Plan? Jacksonville's Plan? The

individuals from swamps and VA-176, Maurice Weldon, Jr. been dealing primarily with for civil defense has become a Station Plan? There is nothing

rivers. There have even been Cecil Field (Wesconnett), Ralph I civil defense in man-made dis-I. part of our life as a protective secret or withheld from the

cases when rattlesnakes had to Drysdale, MEl, Cecil Field (Arlington asters because the threat from measure. No longer can we public. Assistance with plans for

be shooed off front porches and ) and Ernest Small, CS1, man-made weapons of destruc- leave all defensive actions to the your own protection is yours for

squirrels out of attics. USNS Green Cove Springs ''I tion is less predictable and more military alone. The principle of the asking.

Most of the time VFDs "get (Dinsmore). damaging than natural disasters self-preservation is the very Sure knowledge and prepara-

the word" on fires and other foundation of civil defense. I tion dispels panic and frees one

emergencies from the County's For every wisely conceived to perform necessary tasks for

chief dispatcher in Arlington. r operation there is a "crash kit" survival and recovery. This is
Y
Receiving the original call from in reserve. A Navy pilot's chief the ultimate goal of Civil/Pas-
business is not crashing into the sive
the 'emergency source, the dispatcher Defense.
sea, yet he carries survival
locates the area on his a
juipment. Before take-off
he
map and phones the appropriatefire
district. rhecks! it carefully; then know-

',1z e has it, he does a better''!
Often times when the VFD I
job. is freer, and can take more
reaches the fire it discovers it is risks.
necessary I
unable to handle the blaze alone. ... ti The rivilhn's crash kit is his .s.
They then seek aid {: ,
may from <: itr{>4 'knowledge of civil defense; its
another VFD in an adjoining procedures and survival tech- ,
rf \p
district. Under mutual agree- .I27OI .Y niques, and his family shelterL"'iU.pped Li
ments, VFDs will offer aid to y with '
enough food, water,
one another. ;Irst aid kit and' other equipmentto

Not only do VFDs help each survive atomic attack. inR
1* t
other, but have times aided '
:
many ::: ARE no valid contradictions -
the City Fire Department and in between the basic pat I

many cases, such as in plane tern of our democratic societyand

crashes, VFDs will aid Navy fire the civil defense program.

crews, rveaej Actually, learning to: help one

NEARLY all the VFDs have financed self and becoming self-reliant : 'j

their property and .station SiyrhLIRLa in order to help others is the :

houses by donations from '? essence of democratic action. I
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families in their Station Community-wide
areas. NO TIME LOST NAS Jax civil defense
Overhaul and Repair Officer,
houses have been built by mem- Capt. Thomas B. Haley, studies amazing sick leave records of programs are in various stages' L'
bers on their own time and, in Russell Proctor of Management Controls, (center) and Theodore of development. Your knowledgeof
some cases, with their own Green, Helper-general of Production Planning, who have both and cooperation and help with _
worked 27,052 consecutive hours without time off for illness these
is
money. and have each accrued 1434 hours of sick leave with' full i programs needed if they
Equipment is in part paid for pay. I I are to be successful. Help is especially -

by the county, which appropriates Pair Has Unusual MarkThirteen needed with school pro-
$50,000 a year for this pur- grams.

pose. Divided equally betweenthe years ago to the Parents, ask yourselves these
15 VFDs, each receives $3- day two men reported for have established the longest questions: What is the school's

?33 yearly for trucks, helmets, work at NAS Jax Overhauland perfect sick leave records cover plan for evacuating my child if

hose and other sundry fire .fight-. Repair Department, and ing the full period of employ an attack occurs? What railroador

ing gear. have not yet taken a single ment of anyone here. bus will be used? Where will

However, the VFDs always hour of sick leave. Each of these men, who claimno he be taken? How will I find him rPARTNERS (

need donations. Some VFDs Statistician Russell Proctor, of knowledge of the secret of when the "all-clear" is given? -

have no station houses and most Management Controls Group, and perfect health, have accrued Is he being instructed how to Even non-card ANYONE J
wculd
enough sick leave players
I to-insure full react .
of those that do have not had Helper-General Theodore Green, pay for more than 36 weeks if i aster?intelligently in time of dis- consent full-time to making the game a
pastime if wild
west
the money to complete them. of Production Planning Group, ever incapacitated by illness. IF YOU know the answers to eyeful Beverly Hills dealt the
-
hands.
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\1, RPI, Yale U.


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Vogue HereIf


you have been wonderingwhat
those gentlemen out-
}
fitted in headgear, shoulder

pads, face guards, and sticks .
are up to while scamperinghither
and yon on the Station

football field, they are en-
gaged in "the fastest sport on

two feet....lacrosse.
The men in familiar regalia,
but performing antics unfamiliarto

the Florida scene, hail from
Rensselaer Polytechnic Instituteof

Troy, N. Y. and Yale Univer-
THREE-TIERED COMPETITION The Marine Aviation Detachment
Jacksonville
ainside u. and the Naval Academy answered the sity, aboard to conduct spring'
flatting gun in a three-cornered crew race Saturday on
[ Keg the St. Johns. The shells were closely bunched at the start but the Navy itrokert soon pulled into training before embarking on,
a big lead. JU made a bid to overcome the Annapolis shell but the Middies successfully staved off their 1959 lacrosse campaign. A
ihe challenge. The Marines, in a much heavier boat, finished in the rear. Composing ihe Marine large majority of the squad
>agues Open crew were T.M. Eienza. Hal Dundee, R.G. Shell George Essxnyer, Gene Blocker Bill Barker H.M. members are affiliated with
Stark, Vic Galan and coxswain B.C. Walker.:

> Action -- iw.rneen+w.. .ww..oc .os.e.:.w}."+o..t Mhlv.vt'g': ...;..' ,:'''" ......;.,. .. w 1Braves ROTC units at their schools.
ring '
Bums the season's first scrimmage game
b an entry list bulging with JAX 'AIR CDADT.. Tuesday and have been match-

,ams, play started Mondayin Schedule Jax ing wits and stamina each after-
Mainside intramural ;'," "NEWS noon. They clash again today

.' g competition for the Tilts April 78The and Friday at 1400 at the foot-

-summer season. Ii ...,., .." ,.."t :>". ball field.
ending spring kegling cham- Rensselaer, traditionally one
VW-4 will be out to snare National League-champion of the top lacrosse teams in the
.,own again. In fact, five Jax Navy Proves Class Of Milwaukee Braves and Los Angeles nation, is coached by Capt. N. P.
Dodgers scheduled to
are
mlare wearing Cane HunterIh Watkins, commanding officer of
make a two-game appearance at NROTC Unit at the school.
this season.LNARTU the
State AAU Volleyball MeetThe 'the Jacksonville baseball park, Yale's reins are handled by Bill
VAP-62
; and VA-44 April 7 and 8.
Harkness.
eachhve three teams in play,
wblH|two clubs are representing Jax Navy Fliers put together wins in eight straight The major leaguers will be LACROSSE, the national gameof

S1jpIf"i ComFair Jax, Hospital, matches to capture the Florida State AAU Volleyball championship making their final spring exhi- Canada, is a development of
I
Air Force and VAl at Mainside gym Saturday.Jax bition starts in the local contests the Canadian Indian game of
6. l:79th Navy was host for the before embarking. on the regular l 6 ggataway. It combines the
l_ : day-long spike show and provedto Se-rvico Softball Clubs I schedule. features of basketball, football
Othe :units in inIliIDental
competition -
!
.J.. Special Services, be anything but docile hosts, Enter City CompetitionIt'll The April 7 (Tuesday) tilt is and slightly, hockey. There are
upending Florida State's smooth to be a night game starting at 10 men on a lacrosse team-a
R, Disbursing, .Personnel, business usual with
Seminoles, winners of last year'stourney be as 2000 with the final contest slated goalkeeper, three attack men,
i, Marine Barracks, Dispen- and a chronic nemesisto service softball teams in city for a 1300 start. three midfield men, and three
''FAW-11, Fasron 109, Fas-
Jax Navy. circuits this season with down- General admission is $1.25 for defensemen.The .
FAETU X-3 Div.
x, Gal- is played on a field
>ne, Operations, MARTD, FSU HAD piled up six wins town loops opening competition grandstand seats. 110 yards game long by not less than
ommunications. before running into the Fliers. April 13. The Braves and Dodgers will
60 yards wide. The goals are 80
Jax Navy posted 15-6, 15-6 vic- I be the only big league clubs to
is Jax Cecil Field and VF- with 15 yards of
ling being held in two tories in the key struggle. Navy, show here this yards apart,
the American and Natfonales. 174 have already signed for playin year. playing territory behind eacH
I Eglin Air Force Base, with the "major league" of city Advance sale of general ad- goal. The goals are a sort of net
three wins and five defeats, cap- softball, the Men's City League. mission tickets have gone on sale cage, similar to hockey.
tured show position with St. at various locations in town. Each player has a stick, called
YMCA and Jackson- Defending champion Mayport They're available at Van's Green
acquetmen Set Petersburg the crosse, helmet, gloves, shoul-
ville YMCA, both with 1-7 Navy will be on hand to try to Derby, Howard's Bar, Donald- der pads and uniform. The ballis

air Of Matchese marks, taking up the rear. retain its Recreation League son's, San Marco Liquors, Manuel's of India rubber sponge not

Jaxx Navy tennis teames Three Flier spikers were crown. Other Navy clubs are various expected Tap Room, Buster Ford'sand less than 7% inches, not more,
back into action this I named to the All-State AAU to sign up for at the Tourist and Conven- than 5 V. ounces in weight.

zekend with a pair of tough All-Star squad. Ray Winstead, leagues this week. tion Bureau in downtown Jax. Object of each side is to put

atches carded for the Fifthd W. W. "Jump" Smith and Ben Reserved seat ducats are avail- the ball into the goal of the

Perry Sts. courts. Hall were chosen from Jax Navy Daniel, See CaptureAE able at the ball park office, EL opponent and to prevent it from
Concordia Seminary %of St. with Seminoles Don McLean, 3-4307. going into their own goal, and

ouis: Mo., battles the Fliersa Jerry Eby and Bill Rogers rep- School Honors all the running, dodging, passingand
Sunday tilt while How- resenting FSU on the "dream Honormen for Aviation Elec- Teenager: "Grandma, how are checking tend to that end.

rd College's netmen show team." trician's Mate School, Class, A, the movies different than they A goal counts one point. A
}ere Monday.Jax JAX NAVY is now eyeing two graduation last Friday at NATT- used to be?" game is 60 minutes, divided into

Navy's current record is big tourneys, the AllSoutheastern Center were Leroy See, AEIAN, Grandma: "The director doesn't four quarters, with a 10 minute
[-1 with a victory over JU AAU April 10-11 in Atlanta, and Dennis Daniel, AEMAN. say cut as soon as he used to." intermission between halves.

nd a loss to the U. of Florida. I and the National Championships t.. H"MY,.
I at Des Moines, Iowa, May 1-13.

The former meet is the largest
ed Coats Coming Hereor yyp4 A'I }:Ytt
volleyball tourney held in the
[ April Fool's DanceThe Southeast and annually serves as

( Red Coats are coming toe a tuneup for the Nationals.The 'J I 1 '
f
Bluejackets Inn next Tues- latter tournament will be t t i *# a'aai' :xta

ay to play for an April Foolse final stepping stone for: men
/ dance from 2000 to 2330. seeking berths on the US Olym-

Hostesses will be on hand for pic team.

ose who do not bring a danc- Men making the All-Star, teamin

ig partner and refreshments this tournament will wear '
ill be furnished by Special Uncle Sam's colors in the 1960 .t

ervices. Olympics.

This is a trial dance and if

atronage warrants, it may be-, Sparkles, With 18-2
ome a regular recreational function -
sponsored by Special Serv- Slate, Top StandingsThe
Y c
ces. AE School Sparkies, / x
sporting an 18-2 record, remainin vary
first place in the scratch

NOTICE! bowling league with the Marine -.. .. --

Tomorrow (March 27) is final Aviation Detachment sitting second DON'T BE CONFUSED-IT'S LACROSSE Three "lacrosieri" of Rensselaer Tech show some
[deadline for entries in Mainside with an 11-9 showing for rudiments of the old Indian game of lacrosse, played quite extensively by colleges and universitiesin
the Northeast and Middle Atlantic states The RPI squad is at NAS Jax this week, along with
I intramural the season.
softball competition. Yale's team, preparing for the upcoming season. The two collegiate squads are getting the kinks out
Entries must be at the Special Aviation Fundamentals stayedin and, working up plays with practice sessions listed each morning and scrimmages set for today
Services Athletic Office at the third with N A W S School and tomorrow at the Station football field. Attackman; Rod Palmborg. '(left) tussles with defense.
Gym no later than 1200. rounding off the top four places., man Roy Anderson with goalie Steve Carter looking,on. ,





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Schedule of Special SevicesActivities, and Facilities for Mar. 26-Apr. !


MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

NAS, Bldg. 612 1800-2000 1800-2000 1400-2000 1400-2000 1800-2000 1900 Only 1900 Only
RX lor Murder Sayonara Geisha Boy Juke Box Lonely Hearts I'll Cry Demetrius and
Rhythm'' Tomorrow The Gladiators
BAT'l'CeDier Bldg. 563
1900 Only 1900 Only 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only
Kill the Umpire roc for Murder Sayonara Geisha Boy J. Box Rhythm Lonely Hearts Demetrius-Glad.

Hospital 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
Attk., 50' Woman I Kill the Ump. RX for Murder Sayonara Geisha Boy J. Box Rhythm Lonely Hearts

I
LIBRARIES'

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NAS, Bldg. 3 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-21CO 0815-2100 0815-21OJ(

NATTCenterBldg. 563 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 .
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Hospital 0800-1600 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600

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LOUNGES, CLUBS .

NAS, Bldg. 955 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 ,Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

.

llATTC.nt.r, Bldg. 593
1600-2209 1600-2200 130Q..2300 1300-2300 16CO-2200 16CO-2200 1600-2200
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Blue Jackets Inn
I 1630-2330 1800-2400 1300-2400 1300-2330 1630-2330 1630-2330 16302330EM.
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TTCenter '
I 1630-2300 1400-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330 1630-2300 1630-2300 16302300EM

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,NARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 Closed Closed 1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2230
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ATHLETICS

BAS Gym Open
0900-2100 0900-2100 130Q..2100 1300-2100 0900-2100 0900-21CO 0900-2100

NATTCenter Gym Open '
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100, 1300-21CO 1300-2100

NAB Bowling 1100-2 00 OB 1100-2100 OB 1300-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB


NATTCenter Bowling.... 1130-1300 1130-1300 1300-2200 OB .1300-2200 OB 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300'
I, 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB

OTHERS: .

Golf Course 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0730-Dark 0800-1800 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dark

Fish Camp 0800-% hr. 0800-J hr. 0800- hr. 0800-J% hr. 0800-% hr.
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed

Hobby Shop, Bldg. 896 1400-2100 1400-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 14CO-2100

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Indoor Swimming Bldg. 614 1600-2000 1130-2000 1300-2000 1200-2000 1130-2000 I. 1130-2000 1130-2000

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SPECIAL EVENTS NATTC Open House Lounge I

1500-2100 .



II Space Suit Intricacies .;,,' :: :. : E 197 Average By
r iIiII\ rp

Being Demonstrated HereContinued : I Fprrell Brings


( from Page 1)) and legs. Cecil Keg CrownA
protective cup and supporter,
socks, ventilation garment and ANOTHER important part of lofty 197 average engineeredby
enti-G suit. The external assembly \the suit is its ,fiber glass head- JI Jack Farrell helped Cecil
comprises a backpan, flo- piece. It is attached to the torso ,."" J ( Field capture first place in the
tation garment and parachute by a Mason jar-type of connec- :, i t:'; J Sixth Naval District Telegraphic
harness.An tion with a spring lock. On the .1 : Bowling Tournament concludedlast
inner rubberized fabric left side of the headpiece is a Wi week.

liner and an outer light-weight breathing regulator which delivers ': / The champions picked up 15-
nylon restraining garment seal I 100 per cent oxygen on de- 648 pins through the 21-game
the pilot from external elements. mand and which pours over the ; > : route, rolling on the Palm Lanes.

The weight' of the torso is ten face visor to reduce fogging. } ; Jax Navy grabbed third place

pounds. "The suit is good, comfortableand ,, with a 15,566 pinfall. Ed Hall of

Because of the space suit's gives the pilot a lot of con- ,' >> ''''' "'""' ComFair Jax carded a 3995 total
'i'n{ rm :ta 7 ___
complicated 'adjustments, a man fidence," said Lt. Formeller. "It while Vic Cieplinski of VA-44
DURING 6ND QUALIFYING NAS Jax' portion of the
cannot be fitted into one without offers many helpful features, Sixth Naval District Telegraphic Bowling Tourney took place picked up 3934 sticks.
help and sometimes it takes such as an internal cool air ven- last week on the newly-refutbished Mainside lanes. Scores\ were Top Bowler Farrell of Cecil
more than an hour before he tilating mechanism, good mobil- high although no locals placed on the All>Disirici team. Vic Field had a 21-game set of 4152
can be finally suited up. The ity and vision, all of which en- Cieplinski. (left) of VA-44 and Ray Winstead of Special Services for high total pinfall honors
are shown, in action during one of their games during the 21-
lengthwise sizes of the suit may ables the aviator to reach infinite lilt route.Safety. throughout the District.
be altered by zipping on or off altitudes."
Jax Navy rolled its championship -
suit sections located on the arms However, the Mark II presentssome ,
games on the Mainside alleys -
problems, one of which is Demonstration To
"christening" the recently-
O&R Red Light the psychological one. While
renovated six-lane establish-
wrapped up in the suit the aviator Feature Work
(Continued from Page 1)) must confront possible Of HypnotistTo ment.
rollers in the 6ND tour-
Top
spicuous spot nearby, then dis- claustrophobic tendencies, appre- ,
the with emphasize the industrial ney will be chosen soon to rep-
cuss problem the shop hension, fatigue, confusion and
will employ hypnosis and sleight- resent the District in the South
I
foreman who that accident prevention
an
sees correc- perhaps the most important of program
'of-hand tricks by Powell to Atlantic Regionals, also on a
NAS
tive measures are taken. The device all. change of flight habits. Jax effort to reduce costly
,is removed after the condition HOW COULD a man in a lost-time accidents, IRD will dramatize safety ideas. telegraphic basis.

is remedied. space suit at high altitudes ;eat present Clyde Powell, nationally- The allotment of personnel for
While unsafe operations are and remove body wastes? First, known magician and safety psy- each show is as follows: Supply NationalSoiournersPlan
particularly checked during safe- for urination purposes, bottlesare chologist, in a feature "Don't Bet Department, 50; Public Works,
ty inspections this month, ma- strapped to the suit. Your Life." 50, and Overhaul and Repair, April 1 MeetingThe

chine practice guarding, person The pilot is fed a bland diet The hour-long presentation, an 100. regular mbnthly dinner
nel protective devices, and unsafe thus eliminating need for defe- illustration of safety with magic Public Relations Director of, meeting of the Northeast Florida

conditions will be stressed cation. If in a plane or decom- and hypnotism injected into it, the Endicott Johnson Corp. and Chapter No. 435 will be held at
succeeding months. pression chamber .for over 48 Powell is the NAS Jax 0" Club next
Lehigh Safety Co., a
will be offered at 0900 and 1330
hours, the aviator would have to Wednesday (April 1)), at 1830.
former officer of the National
March 31 and April 1 in the
Little Willie: "What makes the "come down" to 35,000 feet or
world go'around?" below before he could lift his O&R auditorium, Building 101-A. Safety Council and member of I see no evil, speak no evil,

Big Willie: "Didn't I tell you face visor and have access to his Designed to aid in carryingout the American Society of Safety hear no eviL. Boy, am I a

to keep out of the cellar?" mouth to eater safety programs, the show Engineers. sbStPaso /.