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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1959
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I I Why Is Civilian; Medicare Preferred Over Military? I I



Concerned over increased when the "crash program of Medicare Mediation Committee cent of those questioned ans- more than! 30 miles from the

criticism of its dependent curtailment" was put into ef- told the House Committeethat wered the survey which was hospital. Eighty percent reported -

Medicare program, the Defense fect last October 1, dependents should not be conducted over a period of 15 they lived at least 50 miles

Department recently sent 2100 PARTICULAR criticism was "coerced" into using military months. away.

questionnaires to service wivesto leveled at the policy pf not medical facilities just because The chief reason given by 42 OFFICIALS stated that

determine why civilian permitting dependents the they are not being used to percent of the service wives among maternity patients,

medical care is preferred over right to elect a civilian hospital capacity, according to the re- for choosing civilian facilitieswas roughly 80,000 women a year

I that of military medical care. rather than a military one ports. that they resided too far appear to have selected civi-

During a House Appropriations if both were available. THE DEFENSE Depart- from a service hospital. lian care in preference to military -
subcommittee hearing The group of Florida doc- ment's study was directed at Defense officials reportedthat

new charges were aired by a tors, headed by Dr. Burns patients who received all typesof 92.4 percent of the last treatment.

group of civilian physiciansthat Dobbings, Chairman of the civilian care, including ma- 900 questionnaires mailed re- Other reasons were revealed

Defense acted too hastily Florida' Medical Association ternity care. More than 78 per vealed that dependents lived (Continued on Page 8. CoL 1))

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New Center CeremoniesComdr. CO Gets At oxfp3wTs) !





Wilfred E. Fleshmanlast

Saturday assumed commandof

the Naval Air Technical Train- Vol. 17 No. 16 U.S.N.A.S. Jacksonville Florida 25 June 1959 i

ing Center,relieving Capt. CharlesL. . ....y.-. --.. '.... -- .
Moore Jr., who has been ord- "

ered to duty as Commanding Of-
Gets AllDependents' '
ficer, NAS Barbers Point,Hawaii. Hospital
t
Commander Fleshman will in }' ,

turn be relieved as commandingofficer .

in August by Capt. RobertJ. iJ
Fleming, after which time he adr Care !

will retire, bringing an end to a
47
colorful career of over 32 years '7 \
Naval service. Beginning July 1, all dependents and female military

Saturday's ceremony includeda #,i .T personnel will receive their medical treatment at the Naval I

regimental review by the new ..,. Hospital here when the NAS Dispensary Dependents Clinic

commanding officer with both t loses. I
Navy and Marine Corps person- : All services, including the im- GI Bill

nel attending. : <....,.:. munization program, will be
: i1tf i\" ; handled through the Dependents
For
\ Out-Patient Department at the Voted

Guinn, Perry Annex ,< ...... ., Hospital.IN .
AE-A School HonorsTwo i2 i- """' OPERATION since Feb. 10, Cold War
1955, the Family Clinic at the I
With virtually no changes in
sharp Sparkles are Avia- Dispensary and its personnel will
'FI'i the original bill, the Senate Vet- ,
tion
Electrician's'Mate "A" honor r s
be transferred to the Naval Hospital -
graduates William Guinn, AE- .. June 30, which is the erans Affairs Subcommittee votedto
.' : on
: L.* ', extend GI BTil education loan ,
(
ii'
MAN, and Melvyn AEIAA. #
'Perry, ::: /:1, .,,:"(< official end of dependents' care
The men, graduated last Fri- _.___._._.._-_...._-.- ..I" .... "H.__ __ ........_....:r.r:-'<.fl. ",<<:' --, ,_ "" ___ at the Mainside Dispensary. De- guaranty and vocational rehab-
day, now go to the West Coast. CHANGE OF COMMAND Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman pendents' cases have been aver- ilitation benefiits to Cold War
(right) new commanding officer of NATTCenter, hears Capt. aging 16,500 at the Dis- Veterans.The .
Charles L. Moore Jr., outgoing NATTCenter skipper, read his per year measure, in addition,would
Navy Exchange orders to Barbers Point Hawaii and the transfer of the com- pensary. provide mustering out pay of
mand of the Center to Commander Fleshman. Capt. Moore said Since last Ocotber when the for certain do-
goodbye to the men of his command ceremonies. last Satur Medicare discontinued $100 per person
was -
program
Separate Dept. mestic or foreign service vet-
day.
the Hospital has reportedan
For purposes of military erans honorably discharged after
command and coordination increase of some 40 percentin the date of its enactment. ,

control, the Navy Exchange on Warrant OfficerPhaseOut its dependent care. The treatment ,The bill extends GI Bill bene- j
of children under' 12
the Station will now operatein yearsof fits to veterans who entered the i
age, which was discontinuedat Forces since Jan. 31 1955 '
the same status as a separ- Armed ,
SlatedThe the Dispensary, further en-
date of
ate department.Until -the cutoff eligibility
larged the area of dependent ser-
'GI Bill.
under the Korea
now Navy Exchangeswere
Navy's Warrant Officer, a familiar figure since the sea vice at the Hospital.TO .
The to the
part of the structural measure now goes
will be out and eventually fade into '
service's first days, phased ACCOMMODATE more de- full Senate Labor and Public
of
organization Smaller "
Supply. -
history. This decision was announced last week by the Chief of
Exchanges will continue in (Continued on Page 4, Col. 1)) Welfare Committee. I
Naval Personnel, after lengthy studies and recommendations were
this pattern. approved by the Secretary of the Navy. roas' i S '.t'Y::f f?, nx;:;Kx:KxY..QCU ra a! .r..x. a. 7w .
The Station Navy Exchange, The decision was brought about -
because of its large sales vol- by inroads made from the top duties formerly assigned to War-
rant Officers. The final determining -
ume, will change in organiza- by Limited Duty Officers whoare
factor was the enactment of J
tional status.
assuming more and more legislation creating the E-8 and

E-9 enlisted billets.

Retirement Ceremonies MASTER CHIEFS will now be-

I gin taking over some billets

formerly assigned to Warrants. .
For Capt. Parish ':.
Tuesday
There will be E-9s appointed in

all of the 63 ratings. Under the .' : >
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., who I .X
age and proceed to the formal Warrant Officer program, all rat-
took over as the 14th NAS com- reading of the orders, after which ings were not represented. ,/'i':."
manding officer, Sept. 26, 1957, and I :.,.
the band, Color Guard,
,
Bureau of Naval Personnel of-
will formal retire after change 30 years of command serviceat Emergency Ground Defense Force ficials stressed the fact that the :\> % \\5iJ- = J-z' 'I

will pass in review; Warrant is "evolu-
ceremonies Tuesday, June 30, at phase-out .. { .t
At 1730 Capt. and Mrs. Parish ..; \ <
:
:
tionary, not revolutionary. No : :
1630 at the Band Shell. honored > ;., {. ys y
receptionat
will be by a
one will be hurt by this action.
and After the assembly formation of muster officers at, visit-1600 the Officers Club. The phasing out itself will be ;.:.:::\ J >* .

ing officers and civilian digni- Capt. Parish took command of gradual and will be accomplishedby 'AJ 1 1
the Station after an assignmentwith cutting off input at the bottom .
taries, the ceremonies will get y
..,
under way with the arrival of the Staff of CommanderinChief and allowing some Warrantsto r': 6
Northwest Atlantic-Medi- apply for commissions in other
Capt. Parish and executive officer
terranean area, headquartered in officer
H. Weber who programs.
Capt. Grayston ,'.
London. THOSE WHO desire to remain +
will assume command until Capt.
James Capt. Parish and his family will Warrant Officers, or cannot meet
Parish Capt.
,
successor .5... ...... ..... .. ... . 1. _
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Reedy reports aboard. leave later this summer for ta the requirements of other pro- "' :<0:>> "' "" "'''>'''''<<0.--- c --
tour of Europe, and plan to make PLAQUE FROM CIVILIANS Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr.
Comdr. L. F. Frick, Operations grams, will benefit from an ac- commanding officer of NAS Jax, is shown receiving a special
Jacksonville their home.
Officer, acting as Regimental celerated promotion program plaque from Leonard Eubanks Industrial'Relations Officer onbehalf
Commander will give the signalfor Capt. Parish' successor, Capt. which will cut time requirements of the civilian employees of the Station. The plaque which
"Regiment Attention" which James Robert Reedy, presently was presented in appreciation for his guidance and assistance to
sharply. Commissioned Warrants employees was accepted by the Captain at a luncheon held in
I will begin the ceremonies. commanding officer of the air-
the
his honor by the Civilian Executive Group last Tuesday at
Capt. Parish, followed by Capt.1 craft carrier USS Lexington, is will also be offered a permanent Smith Room of the Civilian Cafeteria. Captain Parish is retiring

Weber, will address the assembl-; expected to arrive in mid-July. (Continued on Page 8. Col. 1)) Tuesday after 30 years service.I .



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Capt. Elliott W Parish Jr. -... .... .. _... .......... .....M..... .... .... Commanding Officer Fully Equipped. Needs some repairs -
Capt. Gray.toa IL Weber ...................... .. ........-..... n. ..... ........ Executive Officer
NAB Slx;.Fieel Air JacksonvilleRear ($150.) 5109 San Juan ave.
Adm. Kenneth Craig.... .. .......... .... ....... .. ...... ............. ... ..... Commander bath
IVt
3 Bdrm $81
Capt George R. Luker.. ................ ................. ........ ... .'"............. Chief of Stall. Fairfax ; per mo.
Capt Macphenon Wllllami .. ............... ................................... Chief of Staff NAB Six 3816 Rendale Drive, Cedar Hills;

Capt Robert M. Milner Fleet Air Wing derail.. ... .. .... Commander Lcdr. Gately, SP 1-2582 or Ext.
Capt Charles L. mblnc :.....::........:...:. ....:...::.:::..:..::.:..:::::.::::::..:.:'.:.:."Chi Staff Officer 8417.
Naval Air Technical Training Center
Comdr. Wilfred E. rleshmsn ............. .. Commanding Officer 3 Bdrm, iris bath. hse. central
.... .............................. ..
Comdr. Marion K. Smith .... ... ...................... Executive Officer FHA loan $78 per
Naval Hospital heating; ,, mo.
Capt. Anon CAbemethy ................... .........................................,... Commanding Officer : 1: : low Equity. Lt jg Everett Don-
Capt. John G. feder .......................-.M...... Executive Officer s\e\ ,. ..
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Capt T. H. Holt .. ..... .... ..... .. ..NARTQ.- Commanding Officer Village EV 9-5979.
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__ 3 Bdrm, 2 bath, Refinance or

equity EV 9-5430, Ortega Hills.
Printed commercially: with non-approplated funds in Jacksonville Florida ;
Ref Jul7 expense 18M. Distributedefreeeof cchadr gistoo military: and civilian penonnel P-0 3 Bdrm hse, low equity; $62
aVf Fleet Air Jacltionvllle. Naval Air Station. Naval Air TechnicalTratnlM per mo., 920 Granville Rd. Nor-
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Information Officer Comdr. Lewis F. Kellerman : # j\ """ 3 Bdrm, block hse. 2 bath,

Assistant Service Information Officer .. .,...... ...... Andrew H. Plane; hdwood_floors, $700 and VA mort;
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporter Alba Paterson : f
Ron AN
; Davis
Gene Hagan JOSA. Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien PH3. ; ::' 6843 Tom Thumb Dr., SP 1-1859.

Material The Jax Air Nw Is a member of toe Armed For.. Press Service. I __.._ _nnn._______"..__nun..____ : 3 Bdrm hse., $700 Equity $84m
Hven. appearln In this publication can be reprinted providing credit if HOT WIRES John Gellerman AE1, to have all of 6572 Albicore Rd.. Oak Hill
Photographs, unless otherwise credited. are oUic:1alU. S. Navy Photo. teems ; ( )
graphs. his circuits connected and the Juice turned on. Comdr. Edgar SP 1-4259.
Editorial offices located In Room 130 Main Administration Building..Phone 'I. Edmunson confirms this as he hands Gellerman the certificate Rent
extensions 8104. 050, m or lit.tETTEl For
naming him honor graduate of 5841 at Aviation Electrician'sMate
Class "B" School at NATTCenter. 1% Bdrm unfurn hse, kit

?$ TO THEEDITOR Cutoff'Date' Set equip; $50 per mo; 5148 101st st,


&iI : : For SEAVEY Membership In EM SP 3 1-1142.Bdrm unfurn apt, kit equip,

; $95 per mo; EL 46646. .
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3-59 Eligibility 3 Bdrm, 2 bath furn hse; Avail

Cutoff dates to establish Benefit Assn. 11..p'Armed Aug; Mrs. Hole EV 41447.

1 Bdrm, unfurn apt. kit equip;
eligibility of aviation i and
(Another Jax Air News reader
bus answered medical rating personnel for Forces membership in the Enlisted Personnel Benefit $55 mo; 2902 Cherokee Ave.
our call information
for
of the SEAVEY segment 3-59 have Assn. has climbed 40 per cent in the past nine months, officials of (Ortega' ), EV 7-2404.
origin of the been announced. the group insurance organization report. 2, 1 'Bdrm, eff. Apts. conv to
military services.
This
is the sec- Association NAS; 6485 San Juan; RA 4-8150.
BuPers Notice 1306 of May president, Army
ond letter. The
lished last week).first was pub- 15 lists the rates and cutoff M/Sgt. John J. Klasi nski, also has Armed Forces Enlisted Personnel Furn hse. $46 per mo; 349
dates for those personnel affected announced that the increased Benefit Assn., 442 WashingtonBldg. Woodlawn Ave., EV 7-4517.
Dear Editor -
., Washington 5, D.C. Mem- 3 and bath. 762
by the new segmentThe membership is expected to pro- rm gar apt;
In
response to your plea for information SEAVEYSHOREVEYprogram vide a large dividend to policy bership fee is $2.00. Stockton St; (Riverside) EV
it is
a pleasurefor
the Army to be of was established in holders for the year ending next Examined earlier by the De- 75671.
you. assistanceto 1957 with the basic objectiveof July 31.ORGANIZED. fense Department, the associationhas 2 bdrm, unfurn apt. kit equip;
approval to solicit members EV 8-9729; $75 mo.
The distinction of establishing a definite career in December 1956
being the throughout the Armed Forces. 3 Bdrm, unfurn hse. on large
senior military service pattern for enlisted per- by senior enlisted men stationedin
unques- sonnel. Allotments also are authorized cOrner lot; $125 mo. 1862 LouvreDr
Segment three aviation D.C.the
tionably belongs to the Army. It Washington, nonprofit -
through finance officers to conv to Cecil Field.
was created by the Continental and medical ratings, is worldwide association offers cover ;
now insurance payments. 3 Bdrm, unfurn hse. kit equip;
Congress on 14 June 1775, with in its second full year. group Insurance protection and s
$100 mo 4564 San Juan.
welfare assistance ;
to all career
the formation of 10
companiesof servicemen. 3 Bdrm, 2 bath. kit equip, con\*t
riflemen and the appointmentof Service Safety Seek ,Men to Cecil Field; $110 mo; 67HJ
a committee to prepare regulations Principle benefit of the asso- Cherbough St. "
for the Army. General ciation is the $10,000 life insur-

Washington was appointed Com- Awards Go To 16 ance which costs $9 a month For A-Subs

mander-in-Chief on 15 June 1775 regardless of 'age except for More enlisted men are needed Exams For Prep
and took over command of the 'O&R those on hazardous duty who
EmployeesSixteen in the atomic submarine trainIng School
trpops, besieging Boston on 3 pay a modest additional charge. program, the Navy says. Elec- July 6
July 1775. employees of NAS Jax LAST YEAR. however, the di- tronics specialists rate high on Preliminary exams for assignments -

The Navy was established on 13 Overhaul and Repair Departmentwere vidend refund to insured mem the Navy's priority list for subs. to the Naval Preparatory

October 1775 and 'the Marine honored at an award cere- bers was $1.50 a month, thus cut- Volunteers will be sent to basic School at Bainbridge, Md., as

Corps on 10 November 1775. The mony recently, with 13 receiving ting the cost for full coverage to submarine school and if in the candidates for appointment to

Coast Guard was organized on 4 length of service awards and $7.50. Under the plan, as member- top 25 percent of their graduat- the Naval Academy will be givenon

August 1790 three the recipients of safety ship mounts, net costs will. be ing 'class, these enlisted men may July 6, according- an announcement -

The Army is proud to have always awards. further reduced. go directly to nuclear power' by the Chief of

led in the development of Presentation of the awards was More than two-thirds of the training. Those.not in the top 25 Naval Personnel.

our country's preparedness, a made by Capt., Thomas B. Haley, nation's workers, two million government percent will be sent to a conven- Naval commands have been

responsibility which is still being O&R officer, in various shops and employees and some 35- tional sub and then may later asked to nominate qualified enlisted -
borne today. divisions of the department. 000 Armed Forces officers
carry apply for A-sub training. personnel to take the exam.
Herbert A. Kassner. Awarded the Navy's anchor- similar group life insurance at a The test announcement and a list

Public Information Office type lapel emblem for over 20 common rate. i Daffynishuns: Optimism of applicable references are contained -

IV U.S. Army Corps (Reserve) years government service were COMPLETE information maybe writing "personal" on a postal in BuPers Notice 1531 of
(Ed. Note: Why, for years, was Libbya Schnorr, for 22% years' obtained by writing to the card. April 14.
Army Day celebrated April 6? service, 17% of which are at NAS

We don't want to quibble, but, Jax; Walter Tarr, 20 years, 13 at

it was the Continental Marines, NAS; and Lynn Owen, 21 years,
forerunner of present Corps, that 13 at NAS Jax.

was organized by resolution of Six employees were presented

Continental Congress November awards for 15 years of uninter-

10, 1775. The Marine Corps was rupted service at NAS Jax. They

established by act of Congress were Admiral Abel, William

approved July 11, 1798. Brown, Julian Culver, Levi Dan-

The Coast Guard, when organ iels, Gladstone Menzie, and Rob-
ized in 1790 was an almalgamation ert Stevenson. .

of the activities of the old Awarded 10-year pins for service -

Revenue Cutter Service, the Life- at NAS Jax was Leland Whit- \ ? \
saving Service, the former Light mire; while five-year awards f. %

. house Service and the Bureau of went to Belva Miller,Julia Roach
Marine Inspection and Naviga and John Thomas.
tion).
Also honored at the same time

To Launch 2 BalloonsFor were three employees who were
presented with Safety Awards.
Cosmic Ray Study Robert Brown and Malcolm

The Navy and the National Hearn were honored for 10 consecutive

Science Foundation will send up non-accident years,while
two of the largest balloons ever Horace Rhodes was cited for two

made to study cosmic rays thai consecutive accident-free years.
bombard the earth. ':a:0.;Y.:.h .wt4DwAVawc::>'(
They will be launched over the Boy: "Darling J. er there SERVICE AWARDS three civilian employees of NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair"Department -
Pacific and will carry hundredsof has been something trembling on receive length of service awards totaling 62% years government service. Left to right are
Walter Tarr plant division 20 years: Capt. Thomas B. Haley O&R officer who made the presentations
pounds of photographic platesto my lips for the last few weeks. Schnorr engineering 22% and
; Libbya aero years: Jessie Smith, metals division 20
capture the rays.\ Girl: "Well, shave it off." years. Ten others received awards for service ranging from five to IS years at NAS.JfI .
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'Three Nuclear Power Training Programs Open To EM

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LADDER Navy enlisted men may'volun-: powered ship program, and the Submarine personnel of HM MM, BT, SF, MR, ET, IC, EM
teer for three nuclear power!. Army package power reactor ratings in pay grades E-6 and and EN in pay grades E-3
ith Civiliani training programs, the Chief of program. E-7; and the ratings MM, EN, ET, through E-7 are also eligible
Naval Personnel announced this THE TWO NAVY courses are EM and IC in pay grades E-3 In addition construction group
(Periodically the Jax Air News, week. conducted in parts at New Lon- through E-7 are eligible for any UT and CE ratings may apply.
in cooperation with Industrial B u Per s Instruction 1540.33B don, Conn.; Mare Island Naval one of the programs. Personnel of these ratings will be
Relations Department, lists various outlines the requirements for Shipyard, Vallejo, Calif.; Idaho SURFACE SHIP personnel of picked for training as may be
promotions Station per volunteers in the nuclearpower- Falls, Idaho; Schenectady, N. Y.; the HM rating in pay gradesE6 I required by the needs of the
sonnel.) I ed submarine program, nuclearDesSqdn and Windsor, Conn. and E-7; and the ratings .Navy.,
On the promotion roster recently I

were 23 employees, 22 'I 14 No Grace For
from Overhaul and Repair De-
partment, and one from Supply
Department Home Ported Late PaymentOf
PROMOTED at Overhaul and

'Repair were Antonio Anania, At MayportSix GI LoansDespite I
from' Aircraft Mechanic (General -
) to Production Controlman destroyers of Destroyer what some veteransmay
(AMG); Charles Broome, from Squadron Fourteen arrived at the believe, there is no grace
.Electronics Mechanic to Inspector NAAS Mayport last :Friday, completing period for the late payment of
(Aircrat Electronics Sys- their shift to their new installments on GI loans,, B. J.
stems); Robert Bryson, from Ap- home port from Newport, R.L Gannon, Officer in Charge. of the
prentice Aircraft .Mechanic The squadron is commanded by Jacksonville VA Office said to-
(Motor) to Aircraft Mechanic Capt. Archie T. Wright Jr. The d ty.
(Motor); James Burns, from shift of the destroyers to May- Thus, he added, veterans should
Assistant Production Controlman port is a part of the Atlantic ; ..d make their GI loan payments ODor
(AMG) to Production Controlman Fleet Dispersal program. : lt before the date they are due.
(AMG); James Carroll, The shift of the destroyers to j1 Failure to do so may prove
from Auditor (Industrial Cost) Mayport brings approximately ::" j j,1 costly, he pointed out, since GI
GS-7 to Same, GS-9; William 2100 Navy men and some 450 : lenders may make an extra service -
Drayton, from Helper Aircraft Navy families to the area. \,1 t charge when payments are received -
Mechanic (General) to Aircraft Ships which arrived on the 19th \ late.Gannon .
Assembler; and George Edwards, were the USS Jonas Ingram, DD- 1 warned that veterans
,from Assistant Production Con- 938, the flagship of Destroyer .:-...*.< .&.::..':I$.;,1IiM"';:;;'>. .. .._ .. _.:....._.J.a- x who gain the reputation of being
trolman (AMG) to Production Squadron Fourteen; USS WilliamC. FOREIGN OFFICERS TOUR NAS During four-day tour "chronic delinquents" will find
Controlman (AMG). Lawe, DD-763; USS Power, of the Station. 16 foreign officers attending Officers Supply their lenders taking that fact into
ALSO Lonnie Farlow, from DD-839; USS K. D. Bailey, DDR- School in Athens, Ga.. are pictured after a visit to Operations account if the veterans should
Bottom left Lcdr. Gustar Berger,
Building. row ( to right) are
Assistant Production Controlman 713, flagship of Destroyer DivI- Germany Lt. A. Sotiriou, Greece; Lt. (Og) Phuoc Du Tran, Viet ever need an extension of repayment -
(AMG) to Production Control- sion 142; USS Goodrich, DDR- Nam; course instructor Lcdr. D. V. Wilson; Lcdr Erich Liebe, time on their GI loans.
man (AMG) ; Roscoe Fulford, 831 and USS Turner, presently Germany; Lt. (jg) Van U. Due, Viet Nam. Second row Li. Phan 'In addition to their loss of
from Apprentice Electronic Me- undergoing a conversion Van Bao Viet Nam; Lt. Rfek Chon Song end Lt. Un Chon Cha, credit standing, veterans who become -
pro- Korea; Lt. Jose de Lara Spain; Lt. (jg) Phan Van Danh, VietNam in their
chanic to Electronics Mechanic; gram in a Naval Shipyard and ; Lt. Saint Koroonjavanij Thailand. Third row Lt. Erich delinquent pay-
Annabelle House, from Clerk- was not in the first i arrival Wegener, West Germany; Lt. I. Simantonis, Greece; Lt. ((jg) ments may ultimately be faced
Stenographer, GS-4 to Secretary group at Mayport. ,Tieu Kim Quan Viet Nam. with the loss of the property acquired -
(Stenography) GS-6; Robert Destroyer Squadron 14 is fur- with their GI loans, Gan- I
Jackson, from Production Dis- ther organized, into two destroyer There Are No Magic Words non said.No .
patcher to Aircraft Assembler; divisions. Destroyer Division ,
G. W. Lane,from Helper Aircraft 141 consists of the Ingram, the
Vacation
Mechanic (General) to Aircraft Power and the Lawe. Destroyer, To Insure Upgrading Of Job
Assembler; Perry Medlock, from Division 142 is made up of the
Production Specialist (Aircraft), Bailey, the Perry, the Goodrich Position classification technicians are frequently asked by em: Money? See
GS-9 to Same, GS-11; Willard and the Turner. ployees to give some clue as to the identity of the "magic words"
Murray, from Helper Aircraft Capt. A. T. Wright, in addi- which will automatically insure upgrading a position, provided, theyare UnionAre
Mechanic (General) to Aircraft tion to his duties as commanderof used in the description of duties and responsibilities.A Credit

Assembler; and Herbert Mynatt, the squadron, is also the Com- common complaint when a Civil Service Commission PosI- you one of those people
from Aircraft mander of position has not been upgradedis I
all
Engine Accessoriesand Destroyer Division tion Classification Standards.All who works consistently year
Parts Repairman to Aircraft 141. Capt. N. Almgren is the that he'writer of the descrip- looking forward to a nice restful
Mechanic (Motor). commander of Destroyer Division tion was not cognizant of the Baba had his "Open Se- invigirating vacation and then
Also at O&R were James Nel- 142 and the USS Bailey is his right words to use. same" but the Civil Service em- find yourself short of vacation
son, from Helper Aircraft Me- flagship. THE SAD TRUTH is that there ployee has to work for the riches funds?
chanic (General) to Aircraft As- are no words which one may use of higher grades. Food prices have taken an advance -
sembler; Edward Quarles, from Sweet Young Thing: "Can you to insure upgrading of his posi- THE BEST POSITION descrip- the wife needs new glass-
Production Controlman (Metal- tell me where I can find the Captain -I tion unless he has been assigned tions are simple, clear, concise, es, junior just wore out another
smith, (Aviation); Andrea Ruff, please?" additional or different work factual statements of assigned pair of shoes, and little Susie
from Clerk-Typist, GS-3 to Mail Sailor: "He's forward, Miss." which is classifiable to a higher duties. Any employee or supervisor grows out of her clothes faster
& File Supervisor, GS-4; Joe Sal- SYT: "Oh, that's all right; it'sa grade level by application of the who is thoroughly familiar than you can buy them? And of
isbury, from Aircraft Engine Accessories pleas re cruise." criteria contained in appropriate with a position can write a des- course, "Pop" himself has under-
and Parts Repairman to cription which will provide suf-i gone a, costly siege with the
Aircraft Mechanic (Motor); Ro- .,r. BMIIIIIIIIIIIR /NM MIMN.,.. MMMR''> .;r ficient information for a fair dentist, to say nothing about the
bert Schaaf, from Production : J grade level evaluation if he pre- new tires just bought for the car.
!
Control Specialist (Aircraft) GS- : sents a logical, objective word- While the answer is not simple,
9 to Leading Aircraft Mechanic picture of the work. He does not there is a solution. Lightning
: F
(General); Mortimer Swanson, need to use special words or doesn't strike twice in the same
from 'Supervisory Cost Accountant phrases.A place-they say. In all probabilities -
GS-9 to Same, GS-11; and description written in plain you won't have all this added
William Sweat, from Helper Air- i :: ? English provides the ,classifier expense next year, but still-how
craft Mechanic (General) to Air- with all the information he needsto about that vacation?
craft Assembler. The solution is your Jax Navy
:y properly evaluate the position.
Advanced in Public, Works Federal Credit Union, located in
was Sona Baxley, from Clerk- THE CLASSIFIER does not Bldg. 39, which was organized
Typist GS-2 to Same, GS-3. need a long and involved explan- exactly for cases of this kind.
ation of the mission and func- Figure out how much you needto
Russian Spacemen tipns of the organization in which borrow at low, low interest
the position is located, nor does rate and pay back monthly in
Older Than Ours 4t he need an essay on how respon- convenient amounts. In this way
American scientists return- sible and difficult the work is. it won't hurt and when next
ing from a week-long conference :- He gets his organization informa- year rolls around, you will real-
of the International Aeronautic +%+, from other: sources and he forms ize how nicely things went and
Federation in Moscow his own conclusions as to the come back to the Credit Union
level of difficulty and responsi'
again.
have reported that the men
selected to be the first Russ- bility.
ians in space are older and The employee who writes a "I'm not really to blame, Your
perhaps less bright than their position description should always Honor I was foodless, homeless
U.S. counterparts now under- bear in mind that whathe and friendless," pleaded the

going tests and training.The is writing is actually a pay burglar.
five Russians selectedall voucher, and as such it must "My, man," replied the magistrate -
have been decorated as OVER THE SIDE Glen Johnson, AKC is piped over "You move me deeply.
Heroes of the Soviet Union the side following retirement ceremonies here last week, com- accurately(present the work assignment Food, shelter companionship
20 of military service. ,Johnson who reported
pleting 'for
yean which salary is
for the next three
for World War II aerial com- shall be yours
aboard NAS in March 1957, was leading chief of Supply Depart
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Dependents Medical C'areAt 1 ..n.' ::3'' 1'1a' .
I :'. .fV '' Scouting

Hospital As Of July 1 r-tf l' \' "'.'1.' .::f:A

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(Continued from Page 1)) \ Squadrons
pendents, a new and completely patients in comfort and effici

separate Pediatric Clinic with its ency. .
ewn waiting room and entrance Added to these changes in VAP82Everything
has been opened at the HospitaL physical layout, appointment is hustle and bustle

The Out Patient waiting room is schedules have been revised. Appointments < at VAPr-62 these days in preparation
presently under renovation to for Pediactric visits ,
for an extremely busy
facilitate the handling of more are no longer necessary for routine summer
treatment daily from 0000 and fall. Some of the squad

to 1200 except Tuesday, and 1300 ron's pilots are at JTTU in

Navy Wives to 1630 on Monday and Tuesday; Olathe Kansas; ground crews
: ; 1400. to 1630 Wednesday through are at the Douglas school in El

Friday; 0900 to 1200 on Saturday. Segundo, Calif.; still other crews

: Corner' PRE-NATAL examinations are are at Sanford, Florida.

given every day, morning and All are getting ready for the
Navy 'Wives Club No. 83 held afternoon, by appointment and squadron's transition to the A3D-
its regular meeting June 17 at on Saturdays., 2P. At the same time plans and
the clubhouse in Dewey'I Park. Immunization shots are available crews are being formulated for

Hostesses were Mesdames Joseph without appointment, each a detachment to Europe. Meanwhile -
Scheff, John Ryan and Louis day, except Wednesday after everyone still plugs away
Smith. noon. at the routine of getting the job
Mrs. Donald Long was elected Emergencies are seen any done here at Jax.

to office of Vice-President. Mrs. time, of course. A number of familiar faces

John Davis, former Vice-Presfd- around the squadron 'spaces are
ent became President, due to ASTORNevSubWeapons being replaced this week. Orders
transfer of Mrs. Reubin Lotting- to
new, commands have been received
ere System by Lt (jg) Leonard Zag-
The monthly social will be held A new submarine weapons ortz (to Monterey Calif and line
at the Clubhouse on Saturday, system, capable of destroying I school), Lt (jg) Louis Wilpitz
July, 4 at' 2000. All members are submarines as well as surface (RAD orders and civilian life);
cordially invited to attend. Mesdames vessels from greater distances HOSPITAL CHANGES Outrpaiicnls at the Naval Ho !, and PHOT. Mack Wright to USS
Boyd Rice and Martin than any presently operational pital are beginning to enjoy the comfort! of a wailing room (bot- Essex.
Pellino are in charge of festivi underwater is ( tom photo) made spacious by the removal of pediatric patients
weapon, now
to a separate waiting room where renovations are still under Also going to a new unit is
ties.The under development for the way. Waiting in uncrowded comfort are (left to right) Mrs. Eugene Cantrall PHI
(Naval
monthly "Pot Luck Lunch Navy. Ronald King; Tom Cross, SN; James Miller, age 5, and brother
eon" was held on Tuesday, June Called ASTOR, the new Danny, 3; and Ralph Kincade, 13 dependents. Al the top is a Support Activity, Naples, Italy).
23. It was a birthday luncheon weapons system is being developed dismal view that will soon be eliminated when waiting chairs A "Welcome Aboard" is extended
and the of honor are removed to the out.patients waiting room. This move is
guest was Mary by Westinghouse Electric expected to result in added comfort and privacy for women patients to Wallace Frye, PH3;
Shelby, Southeast Regional Vice- Corporation for the Navy. and free the corridor of congestion and distractions.. John. Hensley, PHAAN; William
President ... __ __ .
.
......" TH A'I\.T.. AU 'u
"'; .l.U u C, ; Al..on MOWry,
EM-To-Ensign AN; Lee Reitmeyer, AN; Wade
Aquatic Parade Jenes, AA; and Donald Roy, AA.
!
All reported for duty here during
Limit Cut
Age the past week.
Water Show SelBere'Sunday
Maximum age limit for all enlisted

Navy personnel 'seeking TIDE TABLE

appointments as permanent ensigns HIGH LOW-
In conjunction with National AM PM AM PM r
Safe Boating Week, an Aquatic under the integration pro Fri. 12:29 6:13: 6:34:
Parade and Water Show will be gram is now 25. Sat 12:45: 1:25: 7:07: 7:35:

staged at NAB Jax on Sunday, Sun. 1:39: 2:19: 8:00 8:36: I
Previous age limits were 32% I
June 28, beginning at 1430. The
public is invited to the free show. years for male and 29% years for

The bluff area directly south women candidates under the sea

of the Bluejackets Inn is being man-to-admiral program.
readied for the event.
The new age limit is imposed I
An anchorage adjacent to the upon integration candidates who
bluff area will be designated to
were tested on June 15.
accomodate approximately 150

tioats. Comdr. C. M. Thomas, : ,'.. J Soon to be made public will
Special Services Officer, is liaison > : :h be
.. : a variety'of changes to the
"''' <('
.t "
v: *'
officer for the event ::M; : '1
.> warrant officer' and limited duty
Naval demonstrations will include ...m..... .
officer structure. For that reason
a rescue pickup by a heli
copter. The Recruiter it is no longer accepting applications
program, and parade, Expected To Be
promises to be as exciting and for the three in-service

as colorful as last year's. One of 'Most procurement programs.
the highlights of the afternoon Perfect' Example

will be the crowning of the ...
Boat Ask any enlisted man what he
Safety Queen. thinks of the recruiter1' who after-dinner speaker,a night owl, Reduced Prices
The Coast Guard Auxiliary and: brought him into the Navy and a day hawk and all-night driver,

Jacksonville-Duval County Safe you might get a variety of color appearing as fresh as a lily the For S. Pacific
ty Condi, sponsors of the show, ful descriptions. Ask the man who next morning."He .
promise a series of water 'ski I really knows what is required of must be able to entertain In recognition of the close association
exhibitions, motor boat and safeI the recruiter-the recruiter himself without becoming too amorous, between the U.S. Navy
ty demonstrations. -and you, come up with the talk with the fascination of a and the popular motion picture,
The Navy Jax Sailing Club will I following composite description, world-renowned raconteur and "South Pacific," Monday through
lead the parade through the corridor i outlined by the recruiting office listen with the rapture of an entranced Friday of each week during the
with a fleet demonstration.' at Atlanta: child.
run of the production at the
It is expected that nine sailboats 'HE MUST BE a man of wisdom "He must have the curiosity Town and Country Theatre in

from Navy Jax Sailing Club will and ambition, a before-and- of a cat, then tenacity of a good Jacksonville, has been declared
participate in this maneuver. bulldog, the as "Navy Days."
Reserve Fleet, is listed in the bid determination of a
well-digger, the
invitation as "Battleship (BB-45)) diplomacy of a On these days, reduced prices

In The Market one each"-is 624 feet long, 108 philandering of self-sa husband<:rificing, the wife.patience will be offered to all Navy men

feet Wide, displaces 31,000 tons in uniform. Prices will be 75
For Battleship? "HE MUST LOVE children, cents for matinees and 90 cents
and is equipped with turboelectric dogs, cats, flowers, idle chatter for evening performances, a reduction
Want to buy a battleship? drive which delivers 32,000 and parades. He must be a lady's of 30 percent. Matinees

A call for bids has been put shaft horsepower to four pro man, a faithful churchman, a commence at 1400 and evening

out by the Navy on the USS pellers. model husband, a fatherly father, performances will be at 1730
a devoted son-in-law, a good and 2030.
Colorado (BB-45)), with the stipulation Bids were opened at New York
provider, a thrifty spender, i a _.
however that that ship's Naval Shipyard on June 22. A generous' host and a pool shark. most"South famous Pacific," the world's ly LONG-STEMMED Tai a Elg poses pertly Shape as the

hull and guns must be scrapped. performance bond equal to the Which only proves {he musical presentation camera snaps away. Taina plays
at the
opens
The ship, moored at Bremer bid price and $50,000, ,is to accompany great number of potential recruiters Country Theatre on Town Thursday and, of a dramatic a slain missionary role as the in daughter MGMs

ton, 'Wash. Group of the Pacific the bid. there are in the Navy. June 25. nValusf a story of love and
adventure in Africa.I .
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s x 280 Orphans

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; ; $; Jacksonville 280 :youngsters orphanages,from escortedby five

f 40 members of the ExchangeClub

- enjoyed an afternoon's out-

ys t'k Ing at the Station Wednesday.Since .

- :1(. r k the YOl1ngs ers'' ages

I With TheToastmasters t ranged from ,six to 16, a varied
? 3 suit the
%
: :,'' ; and interesting tour to
different age groups was arrange

: ,. k Sw ed. The youngsters arrived at
: the Station at }300.
Topics ranging from odors of the
Included in the Were
: mouth to usurpation of our states' program II
tours of the firehouse, weather
rights were highlighted at
office operations tower medical
! last Tuesday's session of the Navy ,
. Civilian Toastmasters. facilities, the Hurricane Hunter
Squadron VW-4, and various
, Warning of the dangers, both schools ai; the Ai r Tec h nNaval i-
physical and social of diseases QUALIFY ABOARD CARRIERS Through the rigorous Center.
) of the mouth in his topic on curriculum established by Carrier Air Group Four and Attack cal Training
No All-Navy Talent Squadron 44 these pilots of VA-44 have qualified in the largest Following the tour, an hour-
"Odors of the Mouth" was Dr. Via Sullivan Show group of replacement pilots since the inception of the RP pro- long showing of selected movieswas
: Ken Scales; Lawton Green''digressed gram. Front row (left to right) are Lcdr. George Laughlin. Lcdr. at Mainside Theater.
on "Usurpation, Slow, There will be no 'All-Navy Jack Harris, Ensign Levern Norton, Lt (jg) James Booth Lt (Jg) seen
Noiseless, But Insidious" of Sta- Talent Show on Ed Sullivan'sTV George Wales Lt (jg) John Peace III, Lcdr. Carl Meredith and Then came a cook-out, with all
te's rights by the Court Show this year, the Army- Lt (jg) John Kirkpatrick. Back row (left to right) Lt (Jg) Jesse the trimmings, at the Skeet Club.
Supreme ; Navy-Air Force Journal has Reed. Comdr. Clifford McDougal (skipper). Lt (Jg) Timothy The children were chaperoned
and Marion Grant, guest speaker Linehan Jr.. Lcdr. Walter Zebrowski Comdr. Edwin Griffin.
from Lake Shore Toastmasters reported.It John Lt Samuel by the matrons of their homes
Lt. Michael School, Lcdr. Stole, (jg) Sayers,
offered tips in "How Is Your seems Sullivan is goingon Lt (jg) Clarence Butler. Lt (jg) John Powell. and Lt (Ug) David along with members of the Ex-
Public Relations." his first vacation in 11 Jaynes. change Club. This is an annual

years and there will be no affair in which the ExchangeClub
Individual Critics were Dick time to tape the show in timeto each summer entertains the
Barker Gordon and Joel Pilots
King VA-44
meet the deadline. The All- Complete orphans in what they call the
Long, guest form Lake Shore. "
Navy Show has been an annual "Sunshine Special.
Master evaluator was E. K. Mc-
Ilrath. Bill Purcell toastmasteredthe attraction. CruisesWith ,
Qualification
Navy officials, however, are
with Marvin Blum-
program,
still local
encouraging com- May DepositUp
berg handling table topics. mands to hold their own con- the Replacement Pilot Program of VA-44 now in high

Civilian personnel, or civilians tests. The Army was able to gear, commanding officers of fleet squadrons in receipt of newly

connected with the Navy, are get under the wire, but Navy designated RP's are insured of the qualifications of these pilots To $1200Yearly

welcome to attend any of .the and Air Force could not. through the efforts and rigorous training curriculum established by

future meetings. Next meeting I Carrier Air Group Four and Attack Squadron 44 at NAS Jax.

will be held Tuesday at the Rich One of the most arduous tasks I At CUThe
ternal canister common to pre- Detachment under Lcdr. JosephP.
ard Barker Real Estate Office is I
assigned these student pilots
vious masks through the use ofa Rogers Jr. officer-ln-charge
,
; limit that be
I 2724 Park St.Services'. the requirement to carrier qua- can, depositedIn
newly developed lightweightfilter lify, both day and night, prior to Lt. James Willis, instructor-pilot' any one month at the Jax
material. and six Replacement Pilots' accumulated Navy Federal Credit Union has
unit
'* ,t 4' reporting to an operating
tHE'rttvhlem: wnfch was developed a total of 43 day
Adopt within the Atlantic Fleet. been superseded by a yearly
r by the Army Chemical RECENTLY, VA-44 carrier i landings. This was the first time limit of $1200, it was decided at

Corps, marks the first significant qualified the largest group of that a group this size has qua- a recent meeting of the Boardof
New Gas MaskThe change in mask evolution since RP's in day and night landings lified in the A4D-2 "Skyhawk"in Directors.

1947. All overseas troops includ- a single attempt, and for sev-
M-17 canisterless mask, since the inception of the Re- This amount may be depositedat
ing those in Korea were equipped eral of the RP's their landings
which affords respiratory protec- placement Training Program in one time or may be spreadout
aboard the Essex their first
with the cannister mask in was
tion against chemical gasses, bio- type June, 1958. Two detachmentsfrom carrier landing since becoming a at intervals during the year.
logical agents and radiological 1953. the parent activity at NAS Naval aviator. This is good news for the many

particles, has been adopted by the Because, it does not require a embarked on board the USS Es- shareholders who have been restricted -
at Tie entire period aboard ship in their deposits in the
Marine and Navy sex and USS Saratoga Mayporton
Army, Corps wide range of; sizes, the M-17
standard item of issue. June 14, prior to the ship's went without accident or minor past to $100 per month. This
as a
will and
I mask simplify supply getting underway for the local incident which again pays tri- action was taken by the Boardso
THE NEW mask, which users i I stock problems. Current stocks of bute to the Attack Replacement
take
operating area. that all members may
of its
said they preferred because Training Program of VA44.A .
will be gradually detachment under
previous types The Saratoga
life insurance
advantage of the
lower breathing resistance, superior -
I replaced with the M-17 as theyare the command ofComdr. CliffordA.
vision, and better speech McDougal, skipper of VA-44, small boy, watching the which the Credit Insurance carries -

transmission! eliminates the-ex- depleted. (AFPS-.)- established an enviable record shoemaker at work, asked, I on all share accounts up to
--
for such a short shipboard de- "What's leather made of?" $1,000.

ployment. During their stay aboard "Hide," said the shoemaker. Not only does a share member

;V.L the Sara, three instructor- "What did you say?" asked the enjoy better than average divid-
/ Including Comdr. McDu-
pilots, boy, surprised. ends ,on the credit union deposits -
gal, and 17 Replacement Pilots
compiled a grand total of 218 "Hide," repeated the shoemaker. but the additional benefit

landings; 163 of which were day 'The cow's outside." of life savings insurance is add-

landings and 55 night landings. "Hide yourself," answered the ed, the cost of which is absorbedby

VV NOT TO BE over-shadowed by boy. "I'm not afraid of cows!" > the credit unioaFIRST'
the Sara Detachment, the Essex



Divine

rt, ;
y x
ServicesSunday y Jl1 .
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+ .: s5 #,* .''k.r"jif, 'fx,, f3P Nwt!'
June 28
:1 p.-
,.
ALL. SAINTS' CHAPEL -

0830 -.- Service of Worship. f'

0930 Sunday School, three-

year-olds through adults, Build-

ing 722; Service of Divine Worship -

; Chaplain Beatty.
,; .x 1100 Service of Worship.

qj. 1830 Teen-Age Fellowship,
Small Chapel; Senior Hi Fellow-

ship. Building 722.

'.'v _.", m" 1930 United Fellowship of .
Angel Abagon (right), rubber ar tiia 1,
LONG TERM SERVICE Protestants, Building 722.
MISSILE-FIRING: ATOMIC SUB The nation's
Overhaul and Repair Department at -
at
mechanic employed receiving a 40-year service pin from com- ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL I first fleet ballistic missile submarine the George Washington
NAS Jax, is shown Elliott W. Parish Jr. At the same cer*- 0830 and 1100 Sunday Mass. roars into the Thames River at Groton Cono.. following official
officer Cap
manding Abagon who spent 30 years in the ST. LUKE'S HOSPITALNaval launching on June 9. The $100-million plus Polaris firing sub
mony the Philippine-born with an Award of Service from the Sec- Hospital capable of carrying 16 of the deadly missiles, will hare a crew
Navy. was presented Parish. At left is Macolm Hearn. of about 109 officers and men. The 380-foot long, 54-ton craffa
retary of the Navy by mechanic Capt at O&R. who received a 30-year 0630 Sunday Mass. principal weapon will be the Polaris"mlssil* which she will
leadingman aircraft 0930 Protestant Service. be able to release from beneath the surface.JAX .
pin for government service.

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Obey Safety RulesAlthough .,L_ u ..' ..: '% 'fi : ,,1JlJl $; "


i Births at the Naval Hospital:

rules for swimming in the eight outdoor pools ..IMKVM POOL RMiUWHONSUM ; May 8-girl, Marie Elaine, to
aboard the Station are posted in conspicuous swim. ... $ ..1
places, '' :' .: <" Lt. and Mrs. Vernon Kuhlmann;
mers seem bent on ignoring these simple rules of safety to !,: I 'S ...11"s HI < ; (I\ 1'' :of. ,
\ .
the point of endangering_ their very lives.So '. '' ""\\iI'" .r sn& : AQ2, and Mrs. Rose; boy Andrew
far this year there have beena "';' !tII J>iP n and Mrs.
all rules. It has been the cause t Franklin, to Lt (jg)
made :
total of 10
by
rescues
for( extra work for the life guard. *. ******'. in:1'r' '5f\:: Gerald Raymer; boy, Mark Allen,
life at the One
guards pools. Food and trash In the water pose .1 Iiis. $t 't p :t )rr.' ('ut$. f O t".anl l to A/1C and Mrs. Jack Adams;
"pull out" was effected at f rAt'sr or Y Lem-
; to Gray
'g
Lloyd
: boy, Jeffrey ,
an sanitation $1atsl.
unnecessary probe 't
NATTCenter pools and nine { l
more !
; girl,
{ Lemmer
lem. i 1mmI' mer, FN, and Mrs. ;
at Mainside pools. Five required :,. .. ..' with SI.P ,x-fc>J'e and Mrs.
4. Persons with open sores t \ "* j. I... FWV".t! Toni Gail, to M/Sgt
artificial respiration. aJJ' \
Practically all of those rescued cuts fungus, skin disease* run- ,, v ., : =HJ <':( in ;-itc. Anthony Rosperich; and AEl girl,
ning ears or wearing bandage : .! 5e} aaa by iHLET'S : .r. Debra Sue, to Earl Snyder,
were dependents, or their guests '
(( < 1
... not allowed in pooL 1't} ).UI.'S). flf ('IJlwt'.nJe and Mrs.' Snyder.
mostly children. 1'\.O.'n"' 't\x>1'\1S "I .. pI' .. May 9-baby girl to Robert
This
rule is for sanitary rea cki.1n.. '. '
h (
to Neil "n
According
Carter, SN, (
Kt't.1' 15 Mrs. Bryant;
and
I. TN
Care is taken J\1 Bryant, ,
sons. not to .
con "uitt.oM'n
head life guard at Mainside, .tlJ.\f. Ji,.." ( .and
taminate the water. ': Ulo. .. .,..' girl, Thereasa Elise to Sgt.
these incidents could have been 5. Tak. shower with and Mrs. Frank Wherly; girl, Laura
soap
prevented if the rules had been and Mrs. Ben
water before Anne, toSgt
entering pool
followed. Military personnel have
Many people think this is sill Adams; baby girl to Lawrence
been urged to make their children
iest of all rules. But there is a Howe, FN and Mrs. Howe; girl,
aware of safe swimming rules. Brenda Lee, to Wallace Travis,
good reason for it The pools are
Cooperation is most essential since
Travis boy,
baby
for recreation purposes, not for SN, and Mrs. ;
the life-guardtaff is undermanned
AN and
to Charles Seagraves,
bathing. Bathing should be done
and overworked. .
in the shower- with soap and _.._ ._ m..... .y9G'}}},'.:'aN1M.Wxa44.Y.NfM1 N.qY a O n.rrr nv..v)6: ; Oh'N/fX}7{}::4Y: Mrs. Seagraves, and baby girl, to .
Rules posted at all pools with
water. Efforts are made to keep READ THE RULES A friendly word of adviceis George Crumpler, SN and Mrs.

slight variance, but generally the water as clean and clear as given to Janet and Sharon Dauphanis by Station life guard Crumpler.

adaptable at all tanks, are: possible for safe Gene Hill. Signs with similar rules are posted at all pools May 10-baby girl, to Lt. and
1. All persons using pools will swimming. aboard the Station. Close adherence to the rules of safety can boy to
Mrs. Ralph Rogers; baby
6. No allowed in
pets pool
avert .
a tragedy.Authoritative
obey instructions of the lifeguard. area. Ensign and Mrs. Richard Hag-

This rule is being flaunted Animals and swimmers, or Answers ProvidedTo gard; baby girl, to Lt. and Mrs1.

openly by a good many swimmers 'swimming, do not mix. They become John Felter; baby girl, to IJ (jg)

including personnel and I unruly and hard to handle and Mrs. Donald Linn, and baby '

dependents. The life guard is on bites and scratches are common; Queries Of Former ServicemenHere girl, to Cleveland Dore, AD2 and

hand to protect the swimmer. He when Mrs. Dore.
dogs frequent swimmingareas.
has a Job to do and there are authoritative answers from the Veterans Administration -
certainly May 11-Boy, Shannon, to Lt
to questions of interest from former servicemen and their
should be need for him
no
(jg) and Mrs. William Earnest;
7. Children
under
12 not allowed -
families
to call for assistance from the In pool unless : pay benefits as income for VA girl, Lisa Leona, to Lt (jg) and

OOD to enforce the rules. accompaniedby Q. I let my Korea GI term pension purpose? Mrs. 'Charles McKenna; girl,

2. No running or skylarking In parenti'or responsible adult. insurance lapse after coming out Tami Yonette, to David Peckham,
Here is of A. Yes. Unemployment compensation
the
one most fre-
the of service in 1958. but the five-
pool area. and Mrs. Peckham; boy,
.quently violated rules. Many State, Federal or DT2,
This rule means exactly whatit year term still hasn't expired. I Edward to Homer O'Neal
leave local is countable for VA Joel ,
parents their underage pen
says. Major cause of accidentsis children at the pools while they am in good health. Can I rein- sion purposes and must be re AN, and Mrs. O'Neal; girl, Laura

.slipping on wet surfaces and; shop, in a sense making the life state the policy? ported.Q. Lea, to Gary VanHouten, HM3,

during games In the water. Often guard a baby-Bitter. A. Yes. In submitting your Will the and Mrs. VanHouten, and girl,
times when a person is shoved 8. application for reinstatement,you you please give Martha Lisa, to Manning Walters
Dressing rooms are for your dates by which World War II
unwarningly into the water, he convenience must pay two monthly premiums, SFC, and Mrs. Walters. t
; keep them clean.A veterans and also Korea veterans
panics. one for the month of lapse and May 12-boy, Eric Roger, to
little more cooperation is must apply for a GI home loan?
3. Food, bottles, glasses not needed on this one for the premium month in Phillip 'Hinkel, YNC and Mrs.

allowed in pool area. 9. No score. which you send your application.At A. WORLD WAR II veterans Hinkel; boy, William Joseph, to
one enter when
Here is the least understood of pool is secured.A may. the same time, send the VA have until July 25, I960;{ to apply Arnold Collins, RMS, and Mrs.
satisfactory proof of good for a GI loan;' Korea veterans Joe to
tragedy could occur if someone I your Collins; and boy, Billy ,
health. until January 31, 1965. and Mrs.
Patrick Amundsen,EM3
should dive or fall in when
I BREEZESA I the pool is unattended. Most poolsare Of I GET A pension from the (Veterans living in or near Amundsen.May .

first-grade teacher, helpingthe isolated and ,a drowning per I VA for nonservice-connected dis- Jacksonville who wish further 13-girl, Nancy Ellen, to

children get dressed for the son's cry for help could go un ability. Until lately I have also information about their various Francis Boyer, ACW2 and Mrs.

rain, had an especially hard time heeded. Most areas have been held a job a few hours a day, for benefits should write or visit the Boyer; girl, Patricia Cecelia and Mrs., to .
Lawrence Sager, AM3
fenced off to provide such
with Johnny's galoshes. She pull- tection. pro- which I received small payments.I VA office at the Post Office and Sager, and girl,. Kelly Ann, to
ed and tugged, and when they
Cooperation should 'be the byword don't have the job now but am Courthouse Building, 311 West Norman Roberts, AEC, and Mrs.
were finally on his feet, she
gasped, "Johnny, are these really for all personnel and their I drawing unemployment compen Monroe St, or P. O, Box 505, Roberts.

your galoshesT"oJ dependents using the Station pools. sation. Must I report my jobless Jacksonville.) May 14-baby boy, to T/Sgt
and Mrs. Benjamin Halter; baby
"No, replied Johnny.
girl, to Comdr. and Mrs. Clarence
With a sigh, the teacher bent
McKee baby boy, to Lt. and Mrs.
down and struggled until the ;..: ;
Grafton Platt; baby girl, to Ger-
galoshes came off.
ald Sasser, AK1 and Mrs. Sasser;
"Whose are they? she asked.
"My brother's," Johnny said baby boy, to John Ellis, AE2, and
Mrs. Ellis; and baby boy, to Wil-
mother makes
"But my me wear
i liam Fugate, AT2 and Mrs. Fug-
them : ir'o'

.

Customer: "I'd like some pil- f ate.BuOrd

lowcases." BuAer

Clerk: "In what size, air?" ,

Customer: "I'm not sure, but'I

wear a size seven hat." Merge, Form

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*
.
1st: Wave: "You should have New BuWeapsA

seen Mabel rua the halfmilelast

night. bill, sponsored by House
1 ti: f{. a} A 3fCti: +f: 5} liiif
2nd Wave: "What did she run Armed Services Committee chair-

it in?" : man Carl Vinson, to set up a Bu-

1st Wave: "I don't know what f /\ $4iIy. reau of Naval Weapons into

you call the darn things." which will be merged the Bu-

t I J 11 reaus of Ordnance and Aeronautics -

As the FBI agent passed has been approved by the

through the village he noted committee.It .

amazing evidence of target shoot- : Ij was pointed out that BuAer

ing.There were numberless bulls- and BuOrd had served a useful i

fences with a bullet hole but that
eyes on _wmm.... _..... _...... _._. .., ._, ,,_ ... ................,. _, ..'.. purpose consolidationnow
exactly through the center. .He was a proper step forward.
markSmanand HOSPITAL PROMOTIONS Twenty-two enlisted personnel of the Naval Hospital, promoted .
wanted to meet the A admiral will head
rear
to pay grades E-4 and E-5 last week are shown with Capt. Alton C. Abernethy. command.ing the new
was introduced to the beat- officer on promotion day. Standing (left to right), front row are: Everett Sifuentes HM3 Virginia bureau.
nik. "How do you shoot like Seville HM3: Capt. Abernethy and Jonaane Crawford. HM3. Second row: Samuel Securro. Secretary of the Navy William

that he asked the beatnik. HM3: John Miller. HM3 Fred Wheeler, HM3 and Frederick: Slipsager. HM2. Third row: Frank''" B. Franke said the main purpose
Kincer. HM3 Gordon McNeal. HM3 and Leach. HM2. Fourth JoshuaCollins..
the answer. Jerry row: HM3 of the
was .
"Easy man, merger was to cut the lead
Donald Burling. HM3: Floyd Denney, HM3: William Thayer. HM2: and John Goldberg. HM3. Back
"Like I shoot first and then draw row: Charles Edgar. HM3: Glen Allen, HM2> Gary Caldwell. HM3 and Earnest Collins. HM3. Not time in delivery of weapons to

the circle." pictured is John Miller, HM3. the combat forces.





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Sunday, June 28 from 1400 to .
1600 all .. .:\
water sports enthusiastswill '
have a :. EoilbYt:.4 Race ShapesUp
an opportunity to view .
the marine activity of the Safe 4 FL
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Boating Week. water show to be

held in a corridor parallel to .... !% In Mainside SoftballThe
Bluff road at the foot of Ranger : :

street < Mainside intramural softball circuit is embroiled in tho

A series of water ski exhibi- hottest race in years with five teams in close contention for the I

tions, motor boat, and safety demonstrations '.' .,. ..'.." championship.The .
t smashed Marine Barracks, 13-6.
are on tap. The flag chase became a little Gams

Navy Jax Sailing Club will lead tighter as a result of league lead Team W L Beblnd

the parade through Ohe corridor ing VA-44's loss to a determined MedicI Hornets% 11 12 2 2 -',,

with a fleet demonstration. It is VAP-62 unit. The Hornets of VAP 62 11 2 3

expected that nine sailboats from VA-44 still lead the pack with a FaRron Ord. do Six Gun'y 14 10 3 2 135 1

Navy Jax Sailing Club will participate 12-2 mark; followed by Medics VW4' 8 4 3VP
18 4 3 '
in this maneuver. and VAP-62 with 11-2 records; Supply B 15 32679th
7' and Ordnance and Gunnery right 9 8 3 !5Martne
Parking space and an excellent 4 MARTD 7 15 4
view will be available from behind with 10-2. Barracks 15 9 7

slope above Bluff road.:: An an-the ,'. ......._..w< ;io1 !., .....,.." The Hornets were. stung 5-2 by Fasron o & n 109 4 4 11 10 8 83idinstration

nouncer using the public address > ., IJ AP- 2 last week. The fray was FAETU. 3 l0 83!!a a

system will be on hand to ex- l. ;.''*'''''_''> nn__ __n__ __ __,__-__ billed as a possible-thriller and Hospital 3 12 935Publil' !
it turned out to be just that. Work! 2 11 935!
plain the entire two hour pro- HE'S SAFE A close play at third sees Bill Hawkins of Communications 0 13 1135ComFair !
. gram. Refreshments will be VAP-62 dashing safely into the bag as VA-44's Bob Gosdeck Every pitch was contested as the
served. swivels for the tag. VAP-62 won this Mainside Intramural Soft. heat of the battle wore on. The "
ball League contest, 5.2, and thus gained ground on the league- Hornets jumped into a 2-0 lead, "A
leading Hornets of VA-44. ,
but VAP-62's Shutterbugs ralliedfor
Navy Jax Sailing Club mem- .
bers will hold their first meeting four runs in the fifth. The FAETU 1M
rally broke the back of the
in their new club house at the Crackerjax
foot of Ranger street and 0900 Enjoy Hornets and they were unable to PacersComFairJax
back with the Keg
Saturday, June 27. This is the come Shutterbugs
clinching matters by adding another -
semi annual nomination of officers Banner "A" and Faetu

who will be candidates for CampaignEnjoying run. '"A" ten-pin squads moved to the
VAP-62 also recorded a 3-1
election at the July 7 Navy Jax forefront after last week's playin
triumph over Public Works, and
Sailing Club meeting. a "boom" year, Jax Navy's Crackerjax keep pilingup a forfeit over Communications, the Mainside Intramural

Following the business'meeting, victories at the expense of both military and city league- comoeti-. while, the other contenders, Med- Bowling circuit as* they lead the
there will be check-outs of new pack in the American and National -
tion.Last ics and Ordnance and Gunneryalso
skippers and crews and some week the Waves added total of 30 runs in two games, wins. Medics loops, respectively,
fleet formation four more wins, two in city lea- while restricting the Wacs to two. posted swamped -
sailing from the Administration, 12-3, while VP-18 "A" fell by the wayside
new pier in front of the club- gue competition and two over In the first encounter Satur- O&G won on forfeit from Sup- after being in top spot in the

house. invading Fort Gordon, Ga. Wacs. day, the Crackerjax rolled to a American, while the Lucky

e IN CITY LOOP play the Cra k- 19-1 triumph .Bozman continuedher ply.In other contests MARTD stop-i Strikes and Mad Dogs moved to

Water Skiers will rule the jax,. behind the no-hit pitching sensational twirling by fan- ped the Marine Barracks, 10-8, close the gap. '
arena ..Saturday- Inlet Marina ace Judy Bozman swamped Sta- ning eight. Riddle, Forrestell and and O&R, 12-9; 679th AF edgedFAETU High honors in the American
t when Special Miller were the big'stickers for league the past week went to,
Services NAS, te Farm 11-0. It was Bozman's 13-6, beat Public Works,
NATTCenter, Green Cove Springsand fourth no-hitter of the current the Crackerjax as they bangedout 23-7, and won forfeit from Communications Ed Hall of ComFalrJax "A" with
Cecil Field 11 hits between them.In high of 187. High individual -
are sponsoring campaign. Phyllis Miller led the ;Administration frac a average

the third annual Station tourna- Waves at the plate with three the second fray Sunday Boz tured FA E T U, 14-6; Supply game honors were taken

ment. bingles, including a homer. Jes- man went to the hill for her second by Bob Carmichael of VP-18 "A"

Buses will pick up participantsat sie Riddle also collected three appearance in as many days with a 230. Carmichael also cap-

Building Three at 0700'and hits. / and behind lusty hitting of her Fliers Lead tured high individual set with a

King Hall at 0710. A bus for Opportunity "Y" felt the wrathof mates, scuttled the Wacs 11-1. 567.

spectators will leave Building, the Crackerjax as the Navy Jessie Riddle continued her heavy City S-Ball ComFairJax "A" snared high

Three at 0800 and King Hall at I lassies punched out a 13-0 verdict slugging with four solid whacks, team crown with a 902 high

0810. All hands are invited to Bozman again was on the while Carolyn Johnson got three 2nd Half game, and a 2419 high team set.

view this tournament or partici- mound, limiting the foe to two for four. In the National league Ralph

pate. There is no charge. bingles as she whiffed nine.Carol This weekend the Crackerjaxhit Off to a rather slow start this Tice continued to pace the lea-

*, Forr stell, newcomer to the the road for a twin bill season, Jax Navy's softballers gue with a 188 high individual

Miss Bonnie Brodshaw, of 2744 Waves, garnered three for four. against the Fort Gordon, Ga. have caught fire to set the pacein average. Jack Emch of'the, Mad
twin title of the
Elmwood Road, Jacksonville, has Having captured the first-half Wacs, in a return engagement.Wife the second half of the City Dogs capped the

been chosen by the Navy Jar crown, the Crackerjax now havea League action with a record of high individual game with a 242,

Sailing Club as its candidate for 2-1 record for second half play : "I'm going home to five wins and no defeats. and high individual set with a

the "Miss Safe Boating Week" LAST WEEKEND the invad- mother. I should have listenedto The Fliers' mound staff has 647.
Team laurels were split as the
crown to be presented to one of ing Fort Gordon Wacs got a her 20-years ago. been turning in some sterling
Mad Dogs racked up the high
ten contestants from various taste of the Crackerjax heavy Husband: "Go ahead. She's performances of late, with Earl
team with 889.
game a Overhaul
Jacksonville aquatic activities hitting. The Waves collected a still talking." Bishop, Bill Penwell and Ace
and set
Repair post high team
Friday night at the Coronation Hoenew handling the chores.
in the National with 2543.
Ball in the Hotel George Wash- Four big games are on the AMERICAN LEAGUE

ington ballroom. Anyone desir- Fliers' agenda this week. Tonightat Team WON LOST PEKCComFalr
ing to attend the Coronation Ball Jax "A' 34 14 .708
1945 under the lights at En- VP.18 'A" 45 19 .703
may obtain tickets at Building terprise Field they entertain the Hospital Services 42 18 .700
614. ..8f "A" 32 18 .687
strong Green Cove Springs Navy VAP-cl2 "A' 40 20 .687
in VW-4 "A" 21 11 .656
Bullets a double header.
VA-44-"A" 29 23 .556
Friday the Navymen take on Dispensary 2724 .528
Oak Leaves 25 23 .521
Hard age and Son in a City AP-cl2 "C" 2035! 19\a\! .512
Disbursing 24 28 .462
League contest at LackawannaPark
% Communications 20 24 .455
at 1930.Saturday MARTD 19\a\! 24\a! .444
::.:. Fasron 109 25 33 .431
the Fliers engage the 879th "A' 22 34 .393
Hubie Herebert former All- VW-4 "D" 18 34 .346
Atlanta Knowles Electric team:
NARTU "A" ]8 32 .333
.
Navy heavyweight boxing champ on Enterprise Field in the first NAS "B' 10 30 .250
who Louis in Personnel 8\a! 29\a! .189
twice lost to Joe
of two beginning at 1400. Sun- Waves 11 49 .183

exhibition bouts, boasts a stag- day the two clubs clash in the Team RATIONAL WOlf LEACUE LOST PERCFAETV

gering amateur record of 105 second fray at 1400 on the same "A" 39 9 .813

wins (97 KO's) and 2 losses. Cur diamond. The Atlantans boast an Mad Lucky Dogs Strikes 33 32 n J2 .756.727.

rently stationed at NTC, Bain- 18-4 record. Supply'C" 31 13 .705
bridge Md. the retired 220- E" 30 18 .625X3
:
I .618
Division 42 26
i pound'pugilist would like to fight City Lady "Have FAW-n 34 22 .607
:
you ever o & n 30 22 .1571
again and is willing challenge had any accidents?" Operations 25 23 .521

,. all comers. J Y/ati. Cowboy: vNo, ma'am, except .4F""B"VW 21 27 23 29 .477.482

Bill Kundrat, defensive end CONTROVERSIAL In a play that stirred much ;I once a horse kicked me, and once Marine ComFalr Barracks Jax "B" 24 31 28 30 .462.464
1, from the College of Idaho and controversy Jerry Brannon of Boy Scout Troop 131, was called a rattlesnake bit me." VW-4 'B" 19 25 .432
more recently with the Pensacola safe on this trek to first in action against the Waves Cracker City Lady: ':Goodness! Weren't Galley No. 1 22 30 .423
Fasron 28 .417
I NAS, Fla., gridders, has signed a jax. The umpire claimed first baseman Carol Forrestell's foot those accidents?" VP-t8 "B"Six 3137J 20\ .415
was off the bag on this one. The Scouts romped to a 21.4 triumphover AP-62 "B' 24 38 .400
pro contract with the Washington the Waves in the annual Scouts Waves contest staged on Cowboy: "No, ma'am, they did NARTU "EJec" 133y! 34\a\! ..2881179th
Redskins. the Hospital diamond June 15. it on purpose." 'B" 16 40 .288
A-ff "B' 8 44 .154




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I.. Survey Shows Why Civilian --


Medicare Most PreferredContinued sl MR 9l ?*. : f, r 4" 14,1+, .J + t .


( from Page 1)) I,
available at military hospital
as follows: 11.8 percent reported.
Lack of interest and individualcare
medical Close to 10 percent said mili-
by military person-
nel was cited byl 5.8 percent. tary hospital was inadequate or

Preference for services of one overcrowded.
doctor rather than three or four, 4.9 PERCENT felt they would
as in military hospitals, was receive better care from h civi-

given by 5.4 percent. lian. doctor.
Type of care needed was not 5.3 percent reported they re-
ceived emergency treatment ata
Warrant OfficerContinued civilian hospital.

( from Page 1)) The survey, made public by .
the Defense Department in re- '
,status.In .
buttal to the criticism of the Flo- d S :
announcing his approval of :
rida doctors, made no assump- '
the recommendations, the Secre-
tions as to how serious were the
tary of ,the Navy assured War-
rant Officers that their "career reasons for shunning military A BOOST IN TIME Landing on the carrier USS Ranger, this F8U-1 Crusader ripped off
and facilities or whether anythingwas its tail hook and seemed destined to run out of flight deck space. However. 'by kicking in his I
have
promotion opportunities the pilot regained altitude by a narrow margin. Note
being done to ease some of afterburner to provide emergency power
been protected. The announce- the: hardships cited, the pub- the water spray in lower right photo.
ment was made in SevNav Not-
listed report stated. The recruit was on his first liberty -
ice 1400 of June 18, sent by mes- AllowedTo
THE Overpaid'
BON MOT OF
He enteredan
sage to all naval activities. sion. The board membership, in- in. San Diego.
THE PHASING out is expected cluded Warrant Officers. Italian rbstaurant, looked over WEEKIt
the and said "waiter, I'll Retain Money
menu ,
to materially benefit the THE ACTION had as a prece- is a known fact that recruiters -
have of this SpurnaniFermicelli
Navy. There are now several dent the step taken by the Royal some under are recipients of many "Overpaid" members of the
that's listed here -
overlapping paths from enlistedto Navy in recent years which saw inquiries concerning the Navy. Navy and Marine Corps may be
commissioned status, some their Warrant Officer structure desserts. Some are logical and then allowed to keep the $69,445 they
"Ima sorry, sailor," the waiter some well, for example:
frequently competing, that the wiped out in one stroke by con- got as part of family separation
new program will eliminate.In version to other programs within replied, "but hesa da boss." A Dayton, Ohio woman recently allowances but which the Comp-

addition, by1 jumping qua- the British Navy.It called the .office there troller General said they did not'
lified enlisted men in the futureto was felt by U. 'S. Navy officials ment period by that time. Thisis and asked the harassed recruiter have coming under the law.

a commissioned status, junior that such an arbitrary assuming an average time in The Defense Department has
officers who enter the Navy after action would not benefit either service of 14 years, althoughsome "How can I get my husband sent legislation to Congress per-
such 'enlisted men are promoted,' the Navy or the individual. have only 10 years and drafted into the Navy? He'sgiving mitting retention of these funds,
"
will be able to benefit from the Hence, the gradual phasing out will remain correspondinglylonger. me trouble lately. as well as. the much larger sums

knowledge of more experienced program, was adopted.It paid to the Air Force and Army.
ex-enlisted men.Recommendations. is expected that by 1975 Also, the number of Permanent The portly man was trying to Defense'recommends that the bill
leading to' there will be few, if any War- Limited Duty Officers who will, get to his seat at the circus. be passed.
this tradition-shattering decision rant Officers remaining on active as permitted by law, revert to "Pardon me," he said to a wo-
were not arrived at suddenly. A duty in the Navy. Those who Warrant Officer status cannot be man, "did J step on' your foot?" CPO: "Tell me, Jones, wherecan
board was convened at the be- choose to remain within the War- predicted. However, BuPers officials "I imagine so," she said, after I find the mizzen mast' ?"
ginning of this year, following rant structure will have reachedthe are expected to resolve glancing at the ring, "all the SR: "Gee, I don't know, chief.
,much previous study and discus- mandatory 30-year retire- that problem in the near future. elephants are still out there. How long has it been missin?"
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Schedule of Special ServicesActivities and Facilities, June 25 July '2 .


MOVIES 'Thursday 'Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

NAS. Bldg. 612 1900 Only 1800-2000 1900 Only 14182000 1800-2000 1900 Only 1000 Only
Ocean Drive To Catch A Say One Watusi Black Orchid Paratroop Thunder In
Thief Me '" Command The Sun

NATTCenter Bldg. 563 1900 Only, 1900 Only 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 Only 1900 Only ,1900 Only
Man and Sea Ocean Drive Catch A Thief Say One Watusi Black Orchid Paratroop
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Hospital 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only )1900 only 1900 only
Action Man and Sea Ocean, Drive To Catch A Thief Say One Watusi Black Orchid

LIBRARIES ,

NAS Bldg.3 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 OSI5-21CO 0815-2100

NATTCenter, Bldg. S83 0930-2100 Og30-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100

Hospital 0800-1600 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600

.
LOUNGES CLUBS

NAS, Bldg. 955' 1000.2100 1000-2100 1000.2100 1400.2100 Closed 1000.2100 1000-2100
'

KATTCent.r Bldg. St3
1600-2200()() 1600-2200 13.2300() 1300-2300 16CO-2200 16GO-2200 16002200Blue
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Jackets Inn 1630-2400 2000-2406 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
Jimmy Gieger Jimmy Gieger Bingo

EM. NATTCenier 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300
1630-2300 1400-2330 1400-2330 14002330EM .

NARTU 1130-1300 1130.1300 1130.1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130.1300
1630.2230 1630-2230. 1630.2330 1630-2330 1630-22

NAS Outdoor Pools 1100.2000 1100.2000 1100-2000 1200.2000 1100-2000 1100.2000 11002000NATTC

Outdoor Pooh 1130- OOO 1130-2000 1130-2000 1200.2000 1130.2000 1130.2000 130.2000
,

NATTCenter Gym Open .
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300.2100: 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300.2100ttAS

: DowUng. 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OD 1300.2100 OB 1100-2100 OB. 1100.2100 OB 1100.2100 OB 1100.2100 on
,

NATTC Craft Shop, 1300.1630 1300-1630 1300.1630 1300.1630 1300-1630 1300.1630 1300.1630
1730.2100 1730-2100 1730.2100 1730.1100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730.2100

Tennis Courts (Natr Ex.) 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark OGOO-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark

Golf Course 0830-Dark 0830Dark.0730D. rk 08001890'OS30Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dark

Flab Camp 0800-J hr.0800J, hr. 0800-J hr. 0800.Y.z hr.0800J% hr.
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundoWn Closed Closed

Hobby Shop. BldQ. 898. 1400-2100 1400-2100 0900.2100 1300-2100' Closed Closed 14002100Indoor

Swimming Bldg.814 I 1600-2000 1600.2000 1130.2000 1200-2000 1600.2000 1600-2000 1600.2000

Annual SlalomTournament
SPECIAL EVENTS

0800

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