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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: September 17, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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Proper Identification Needs Showing


When Shopping At Commissary StoreAll i


persons authorized to member is in uniform is not peal for their cooperation {
shop at the Station's commis- positive identification. A reserve order to protect their own in
sary store are reminded thatit officer on strictly week- terest' says Lcdr. A. E. Rasimus

is necessary for all patronsto end duty, for instance, is not Commissary Store Officer.
show proper identificationwhen authorized to make commis- W

entering the store, sary purchases. Showing of ID cards
whether in uniform or not. "This is not intended as a everyone is necessary to proPlease

[ The fact that a military hardship on anybody; we ap- ( turn to P. 6, C. 1))


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17 No. 28 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville- Florida 17 September I"

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FOR SAFETYThree : ,.: ," t
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NAS Jax-based : .*>X$'.ri
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5)T:
rons were among winners survey released re-
Chief of Naval Operations Department shows
tion Safety Awards the local depart
this week. of large air
NAS Jax Over
Attack Squadrons 35 and ( ) Arthur Wooldridge,
and Patrol Squadron Five procedure is Daniel
ed the coveted awards,
annually by CNO, along
Fighter Squadron 14 of NAS Great
cil Field and Heavy At t a
Squadron Five of NAS
Five other Naval Air
0 & R
Atlantic Fleet units also

ed the permanent citations of NAS Jax experi-
bronze plaques.
to an analy-
Top squadrons are selected Controls Group and
I the 'annual competition O&R Officer.
major Naval and Marine 5)O&R I
._
--- mands in recognition of the are now being re-
VA-44 GRADUATE Concrete evidence of the excellent portance of accident a situation due in
p
44 Is providing replacement pilots
Gaining Attack Squadron morale and and condition of air-
to
showed up when Lt (jg) ) G. H. Wilkins, (second from right) economy, reworked.
.
readiness. ,
former VA-44 trainee now with; VA-83, completed his carrier and severity of
qualification landings aboard the USS Forrestal last week. Fiscal 1959 !saw; completion ac-
His approaches and landings were made like a pro. Congratulating the Navy'fi safest flying year increased slightly.
him is Capt. Sam Brown Forrestal commanding officer. record, with operations aspects of
Comdr. Al Vito, VA-83 skipper (left) and Comdr Merle Hershey than seven percent safer than record indicate that
CAG-8, look on.Moving. year, a previous low in n ..'}s, a'JthPUgh# \ 81))
years of consecutive \\ \ttya\\ first si j* 11011thk.!

Day Need Not accident trend.Reduction } {io 92 percent in the fi-

I' of the accident r h ot the fiscal year.'

quency resulted m a savIng { Slfrk leave! WdS reduced
Be Painful Any More"Proceed 41 HVcj, 88 major accidents participation1 iri the

more than $30 million in suggestions program
and report to Thus John Q. Navyman arid aged and destroyed! aircraft in the year, in com-
his family receive their invitation to "See America and the (Pleas furl io Page 6, Col. ) the 1958 mark

World First." shipping techniques.IN .
Moving household goods
your'
SHOWING "how" to achi-
need not be painful in fact,
eve happy household goods ship-
it can be a pleasure. ping, the display stresses that
THE right move is : s < s
MAKING tl f 4
*
those moving must know what 5 :
of dramatic House-
the theme a
they want to ship, where they
Goods Orientation Displayon
hold want to ship it and when they
view this week at the NAS ;
want their prized, personal possessions -
Jax Country Store, Building 954.Sponsorf'p delivered.The .
by the Bureau of
exhibit demonstrates the
and Accounts, parent
Supplies need for making plans early with
in charge of Navy House-
body
the household goods shipping of-
hold Goods Offices, the display is
to emphasize ease of fice.Stocked
designed
with latest edition ,of
making shipping arrangements, the Household Goods Shipment 44 rr

provided Navymen and their Information pamphlet, the display ;' r.i'4'>! ? i c R,{ dsY.
yyd: ; '
families make necessary prepara- can be seerj between hoursof .y..r.,,.
tions and take advantage of new
0800 and 1630.
in household goods
improvements ONE SHORTCUT to happy

moving in today's modern Navyis
Mauk HonorsAt
Smith Cop
illustrated in the exhibit by a
AO Schools GraduationMartin colorful presentation of improved

Smith, AA, graduatedwith "jet-age" packing methods.
honors from Aviation Ord- These new techniques eliminatemess
nanceman .School, Class A, at and clutter by substitutingsafe
NATTCenter last week. compact, corrugated card-
Smith, who hails from Ft. : board for the customary shred-
Worth, Tex., has been assigned to'' ded paper and excelsior.If .
Port Lyautey.AO your household goOds are
(B) School honor graduatelast damaged by moving or storing, MOVING DAYS EASIER NOW The formative display above is being shown this weekat
week was ActSSgt. Thomas under orders, you may be indemnified the NAS Jax Country Store, Building 954, to help Navy and Marine personnel acquaint
themselves with ease with which the once dreaded task of moving can now be accomplished. New
Mauk of Rochester, Pa. He now up to $6,500 for any household goods shipping and storing techniques and regulations make moving much easier than
heads for duty with First Ma- loss or damage you may suffer. before. The display, sponsored by Bureau of Supplies and Accounts and set up by the local House
rine Air Wing in the Pacific. (Please turn to Page 6. Col 5.) hold Goods Office, gives all the "scoop" on what you should do when moving day arrives.



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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 17 September 1959
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.m -8 Cerebral Palsy Sir. Khrushchev Visit


Benefit SlatedA Could Be EducationalPresident

NAS, JacbonviH benefit dance is scheduled

Capt. James R. Reedy .,........... ."............... .,.. Commanding Officer Saturday night at the Duval Eisenhower's People-to-People Program reached its
Capt. Greyifcm H. Weber .... ."............................................ Executive Officer County Armory for United summit this week with arrival in America of Soviet Premier NikitaS.

NAB Six; fl..t Air Jacksonville Cerebral Palsy of Jacksonville. Khrushchev.This .

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig ................................"........,........................:.... Commander visit of a Communist chieftain to the United States is
Capt. George R. Luker ............................................................ Chief of Staff, FalrJax Dancing will be from 2030
Capt. Macpherson Williams .........,........................._.............. Chief of Staff, NAB.Six to 0130 with music by. theRock'n momentous in that it could mean beginning of a new era in rela-
tions between the two greatest powers in the world.
Fleet Air Wing Ekv.nCapt. Rhythmaires. Donationsare

.Robert M. Milner ............................................'................................ Commander one dollar. PRESIDENT EISENHOWER WILL return Mr. Khrushchev'svisit
Capt. Charles L lambing ...................................................:........ Chief Staff Officer by making a trip to Russia later this year. Although the Pre-
Proceeds will toward
Naval' Air Technical. Training'Center go sident has been in the Soviet Union before (while in the Army)

Comdr. Robert J. Fleming ...........................?.....:'.....*.............. Commanding Officer sending a therapist to schoolto Khrushchev is making a first visit here.
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson ............................................................ Executive Officer learn more about the cere-
His visit to this country is bound to be instructive; and if it is
Naval. bral palsy disease.

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy.......................Hospital................................. Commanding Officer Other instructive enough, a lessening of cold war tensions could result
for the CP
Capt. John G. Feder .......................................:................................ Executive Officer plans groupare By our welcoming Khrushchev ,to these shores and by the Pre-
NARTU to purchase such equip- sident's acceptance of the SoViet offer, we have again shown the

Capt. F. H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding Officer ment as wheel chairs for the world- captive and free that we will leave no stone unexplored
Comdr, James L. Stirrwon .................................i..................,........... Executive Officer Cerebral Palsy Clinic of Jack- prevent conflictIT

sonville. IS A BLIND AND DELUDED man indeed who could see
Printed commercially with non-epproptated fund In Jacksonville. Florida'
at no
hint of weakness in our willingness to personalize the discus-
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.95 Rev. July 1958. any
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville. RANDOLPH GETS 'E'$ sion of great issues.

Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air The attack carrier Randolphhas Prior to WWII, Hitler, Mussolini and Tojo made the error of

Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. carried away five depart- underestimating our military and industrial strength 'and our

Service Information Officer .................. ......... Comdr. D. H. Epperson mental "E"s and won the Battle ability to use it against aggressors. They are dead, with millionsof

Assistant Service Information Officer ..,. .............. Andrew H. Planey Efficiency Pennant for the third their countrymen, because of error.

Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Alba Paterson; Ron Davis, AN; Gene straight year in competition with The Eisenhower-Khrushchev talks, the Russia tour of the Pre-
Hagan, JOSN. Staff
Photographer
-Joseph O'Brien. PH3.
units of ComNavAir Lant. sident and of Vice President Nixon, the Soviet Exhibition in New
The Jax Air News Is a mem'ber of the Armed Forces Press Service. Materiel
appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit it given. Photographs, "E"s were also awarded to the York, the American Exhibition in Moscow, the many cultural ex-
unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy Photographs. changes of the past year none of these should lull us into false

Editorial offices located in Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions support carrier Valley Forge and 'optimism arid cause us to relax our national defense efforts.

8164, 656, 272 or 216. seaplane tender Duxbury Bay. THE FORCES OF TOTALITARIANISM abroad are much too

malignant for that. ,
Smoker! Given But insofar as they educate the Russian people about Americaand

Americans and help to correct the lies that have been fed

Serious Food them by the machinery of clever, unscrupulous propaganda, they

all serve the ends of PeopletoPeople.They .

For ThoughtTo defeat the Communist aim, which is to conceal the

achievements, prosperity and the unity of the United States.
smoke or not to smoke, thatis

the question! p Checks Mailed ?'

.. Dr. Harold F. Dorn, Chief of ; 'Pay Home

Biometrics Branch, .Division of

Research Studies, National Insti- ljrrlE.i ,;;t >. Question Handed EmployeesCivilian
tute of Health, reports that a recent -

study showed death of
rate employees of the Station are being asked if they
heavy cigarette smokers
was wish to have pay checks mailed to their home or bank, reports
nearly twice as great as for non-
Industrial Relations.
smokers.A & sence. It's permissible in this
: : : Current procedure for deliveryof
case to mail the employee's
person is considered a heavy employee pay checks requires pay
check if he requests same from
cigarette smoker if he smokes
certain personnel to act as agentsfor
two or more packs a day. Y. the Comptroller for deliveryof the Comptroller in writing.
Reason employees are ben B
The government scientist madea the checks to individuals.
given opportunity to comment or
30-month public health studyof REGULATIONS prohibit deli- a possible change in the rules isl

the "mortality experience" of : cry of pay checks to persons to provide the command with,

about 200,000 veterans whose ; other than the actual payee. their views.IN .
smoking habits had been learned
is for
Only exception employeeson
before their death. ADDITION to saving man
official leave or authorized ab- hours for the Station, the new
He found the death rate from I r.. ..; :. ,.. .:
: : system would assure workers on
lung cancer. of men who smoked
official absence that their checks
more than a pack of cigarettes a With TheToastmasters
would automatically be mailed to
day was nearly 16 times the rate .
them or their bank.
for non-smokers.
Forms are being distributed for
Mortality rate from
coronary each employee to declare his
disease was 63 per cent higherfor Tuesday night's joint meeting
choice of keeping the present set-
cigarette smokers. with the Sunshine ToastmistressClub
; up or making the change.
Death rate for cigarette smok- could go on record as one
ers from bronchitis and allied. j of the finest of all time for Navy The forms can be submitted to

diseases, cirrhosis of the liver, I Civilian Toastmasters. Employee Relations Division of
IRD through suggestion boxes
ulcer of the stomach and, duodenum I ,-,. Highlight of the meeting, which or
returned to
supervisors for for-
and cancer of the pros- MODERN,NAVY STYLE Along with keeping pace with found members of both clubs warding.

tate or esophagus was more than modern nuclear warfare, today's Navy is up on all the latest sharing in the program, were the .
style changes. Lt. Mary Harrison, Information and Education six speeches. Junior Teske spokeon Completed forms are desiredby
twice that of non-smokers. Officer at NATTCenter, gets smiling approval of CWO James I. tomorrow (September 18.)
assistant to Personnel Officer "The Inquiring Mind; Ken -- -
Smoking is a calculated risk Carryl, when she arrived at work
wearing the new service dress light blue ,uniform for Waves. Scales had the group chucklingwith
which the smoker takes. It's hop- his "Some Unusual Things DIVINE

ed publication.of this article will Rockin' Beat BookedFor Flu Shot Program About Children;" John Lindberg SERVICES

acquaint the smoker with just painted "The Other Face of Sov-

how much risk he really is tak- Birthday Dance Continues Hero iet Hospitality;" Faye Scull pro- r

ing. I Melody Mal and his Country The current program of ad- vided an answer to the travel Sunday, September 17
ministering flu shots to Sta- yearner with her "Have Book,
Squires are booked to bring the ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL
tion civilian employees is con- Will Travel;" Teresa Trotter hit
beat to the
September Birthday
,Students,. Needed In Party and Dance at NATTCenter's tinuing through September 25 at the heart with memories in 0830-Service of Worship.

EM Lounge September 24. at Building 101-H (Civilian "I Remember," while Jeanne 0930-Sunday School, three-

High School EnglishStudents Dispensary). Buzhardt offered a lesson in "I year-olds through adults, Build-
The band comes in from the
ing 722 Service of Worship
A Challenge. ;
are urgently needed Green Cove Springs EM Club and large number of workers Chaplain Beatty.
for answered the first call f o rshots Gordon King toastmastered the
a high school level English will appear at the NATTCenter 1100 Service of Worship.
function Tuesday with many more event, attended by some 35 per-
course to be given, if interest from 2000 to 2200. 1830
Teenage Fellowship,
employees, including 'majority the session the -
sons. During ,
Technical
warrants, at High
from town will
Young ladies Small Fel-
Chapel; Senior-High
from Supply and Public Works Sunshine Toastmistresses took
School in Jacksonville. be at the Lounge (Building 593)to )
lowship, Building 722.
Depts. to receive
yet the vac- time out with a cake cutting cere-
The course would be given in help you celebrate your birth- cine. 1930 United Fellowship of
in obervance of their third
conjunction with the Adult Edu- day. If you're one of those havinga mony Protestants, Building 722.

cation Program. About seven birthday this month, registersoon Complete rundown' on the anniversary.This a *
schedule was given in lastweek's
more persons are needed before with Mrs. McHugh at the ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL
Air will
News.
the class can begin.It Lounge. probably be repeated
0830 and 1000 Mass.
many times this hunting Sunday
Although on a strictly vol- season.
will meet two nights a week, "Hey Bill." .
untary basis, it's hoped em- ,
Tuesdays ahd Thursdays, from In church for the first time, a ployees will avail themselvesof "Yeah?" ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL

183 -2Q30.({ For more information, young lad whispered to his father this opportunity to be "You all right?" Naval Hospital

contact O. W. Yunker, AEC, SP- : "Don't pay for me, Daddy, tected from influenza. pro- "Yeah/ 0630-Sunday Mass.0930Protestant .
12942. I'm under five." "Good.
Then I've shot a moose." Service.







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17 September 1959 JAX AIR NEWS -
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Passive Defense


TI Get New Name


In CNO Contest

The Office of Chief of NavalOperations
'
has begun a Navy- I t -

wide search for better termin-
ology for the Navy's important '
function of "Passive Defense"

Over the past ten years, the
Navy has expended considerable

effort in manpower and moneyin ,.'
\ i "' ''''-
the discharge of its responsibilities For Rent

for passive defense. 2-Bdrm unfurn apt with gar.

The Navy believes now that Kit equip, wash machine. $90 per
the use of the term "passive de- mo. 3688 Riverside Ave. EV-
fense" has been a significant deterrent \ t \ 4 -
8-0826.
to achieving the best attitude '
: : k \ ". ....." ..,. ... 2-Bdrm unfurn apt kit equip.
..
and 'effort in carrying out "" ... I''<*''' ''' ........-_.'_' .'-'',..-'S ..__ "> .S S .S.S S-S Oil heat. $85 mo. Ortega Hills.
these responsibilities.There COMPLETE FOUR-YEAR TRAINING-28 Overhaul and Ren air Department personnel EL 4-6646.
appears to be a wide- received certificates of completion of a four-year civilian apprentice training program in graduation 1-Bdrm furn apt near bus and
ceremonies last week. This is the fifth such class to graduate at NAS. Last class graduated
spread feeling, it was reported, center. 2037 Herschel st.
in January. Shown above is the recent clan of graduates. Below, three top students receive shop
that "passive defense" or "civil Masters and Foremen Awards for outstanding achievement. Left to right are Max Dickerson. (Five Pts.) EV 7-3842 or EV-
defense" is negative or akin to Hartwell Hickox, class president and top graduate, George Arnold. representative of Masters 9-8176 after 1730.

timidity and cowardliness, which Foreman Association, and Neil Brown. .............. .._..........m._._.. "_.. ....._,." '..".,,,,y..w.",,,.__ 3-Rms furn apt elec furn. $55
operates to defeat its purpose. per mo. 4505 Irvington Ave. EV-
Necessity to operate fleet sup- 8-6768.
\\
' port facilities during and afteran 1 1 5'S Sj 4-Rms furn apt dec furn. Scr.
enemy attack makes it man- Scouting I porch. 4502 Irvington Ave. EV-

datory that the Navy have effec- : k 8-6768. I
tively trained and equipped pass- VAP-62 > Furn apt with gar kit equip.
ive defense forces. It is believed Three squadron officers were $65 mo. EV84956. 1775 Hamil-
that this objective will be more honored at a party at the Officers '' ton St.

effectively achieved if present: Club September 11. 1-Bdrm furn apt. 5934 Wescon-

title is. changed to one with a First to be honored was\the nett Blvd. SP 1-1106.

more positive connotation. VAP-62 executive officer, Comdr. 1-Bdrm unfurn hse kit equip.
Passive Defense is presently F. D. Milner. He is heading for a 5123 Marlene Ave. EV 9-4640.

defined as: "Consisting of measures short training period with Jax- 3-Bdrm rum hse kit equip.
taken to reduce the probability based VA-44. From there, he is 7 .< Scr porch. 4652 Gates Ave. Ext-
.and to minimize the effectsof to join VAH-7 to become XO of ':: 1 789.

damage caused by hostile action that outfit. 3-Bdrm furn hse lit equip.
without employing active Also honored were Lcdr. R. E. Space heater. 4658 Cates Avo.
weapons or initiating offensive Jenkins and Lt. G. L. Marona, Ext-789. '

action." (In relation to Naval who leave the squadron later this 3-Bdrm unfurn brick h?e. $120

shore stations, it is interpreted to month. Helping to balance loss per mo. 4359 Da Vinci St. EV-
include protection against dam- of Comdr. Milner is Lcdr. H A. 9-1720.

age by natural forces.) Willyard who comes from V AP- 1-Bdrm, 30 ft hse trlr.) Elec
All military and civilian per-, 61. incl. $60 per mo. 5829 Morse Ave.
sonnel are hereby invited to par- Other new arrivals are T. J. SP 1-1360. '
in finding a more suit- W. G. White
ticipate Kondziela, SN, and For Sale
able term for "Passive Defense." 3-Bdrm hse. $2,000 equity.> Near
Originator of the selected title SN.Losses were greater in numbers Diplomas Awarded Latest Corpus Christl.! EV 1-0483 after
will receive an appropriate award, than gains, however. Leav- 1600.

Local personnel are requestedto ing VAP-62 from enlisted ranksare 4-Bdrm 2 bath ,hse. Avondale.EV .
submit their title to NAS Jax : R. E. Davidson, AEM2, R. Station Apprentice ClassCertificates 7-6887 after 1700.

Plans Office, Room 241, Main Ad W. Schamberger, AMH2, D. B. 3-Bdrm IK bath hse. Very

Bldg., or phone extension 313, Boyle, AMH3, W. D. Smith, PH- of Apprenticeship were awarded to three Public private. GI financed. 4509 Arthur

before Oct. 1. G3, D. Z. Spence, A03, and H. Works Department and 25 Overhaul and Repair employees of the Durham Dr. (Oak Hill) SP-
G. Beaver. AN. Station at graduation ceremonies last week. 1-3645.
SCHMUCK TAKES AE HONORS J. L. McCoy, AE2, shipped over The ceremony at the O&R Miscellaneous
Pacing the graduating class at for six more years in a ceremony. auditorium marked completionof prentice These awards, signify- Couple to share home with
Aviation I Electrician's Mate conducted by Comdr. C. W. Hol- the fifth Civilian Apprenticeship ing excellence in all classroom widow, EV 8-8713.

School, Class ,A, last week 'was linshead, VAP-62 commandingofficer. Class at NAS Jax. grades and high performance appraisals Riders wanted-From Glynleato
Henry Schmuck, AA, of Los of shop work, went to
NAS 0800 to 1630. Ext-669.
THE 28 graduates receiving
Calif. Max Dickinson, Hartwell Hickox
Angeles, h i Nesbitt.
Certificates of Apprentices p
and Neil Brown
has been "Bad Concerts Open SundayIn
The AE honorman classroomand Riders wanted-From Norm-
climaxed four-year
his Park.-Ogden (Utah) a While Hickox, president of the '
to China Lake in City
transferred shop training program for graduating class, welcomed andy to Bldg. 907. 0800 to 1630.Ext619 .

native state. Standard-Examiner employees in the apprenticeabletrades guests, invocation was said by J. R. Frailey.
at this activity. Ride wanted From Wescon-
Robert Miller, another class
During the training, employee! member. i nett to O&R, 0700 to 1530., SP-

I attended school for instruction in Also in attendance were Capt. 1-4321, M. S. Lifshutz.The .

mathematics, trade science i Greyston H. Weber, NAS Jax ( Jax Air News is prohibited -

trade theory, trade drawing, executive officer, Capt. ThomasB. by Defense Department regu-

blue-print reading, industria Haley, O&R Officer and Capt.J. lations from listing commercial
organization and vocational Eng H. Etter, Public Works Officer. advertising.Ads .
limited to housing for
are
.lish. THOSE FROM Public Works
In addition, each devoted approximately who were graduated in Friday's rent and sale, rooms, lost and
three weeks .each found items and miscellaneous
ceremonies were Roy Brannen,
for actual such as rides wanted and
month in the shop swapin
Robert Johns and Max Dickinson.
S -
.. ;'rrr4 '.. "on-the-job" instruction in his duty assignments.No .

t selected trade. Graduates from O&R were ads can be taken by phone,
THE 28.MAN class graduatinglast all must be submitted personally
James Creecy, John Curtis,
..,.,:,..'.,.". ,1 Friday was smallest of the Martin or by mail. The JAX AIR NEWS
George Mangum, Henry ,
five Apprenticeship classes conducted reserves the right to edit all ads.
Rolando Triozzi, Edward William
\1 here. This number compares Deadline for ads each week is
Highhouse, James Smith and
;J with 45, 89, 50 and 35 grad- Robert Bryson. Tuesday at 1200.)

uates in former classes. Also from O&R were Neil \

Delivering principal address at Brown, Thomas JUne, Freeman Employee Lodge To Meet
I graduation exercises was Gordon Hoover Jr., William Home, American Federation of Gov-

Thompson, Chairman of Naval Robert Miller, James Rowe, ernment Employees, Lodge 579,
; Affairs Committee of the Jack- Wallace Dickson, Hartwell Hickox has scheduled its regular monthly -

__sonville Chamber of Commerce. Herbert Wilson, Wallace meeting for Sunday (Sept. 20)
Presentation of certificates was Weeks, William Johnson and at 1400 at W. Union Baptist
i made by Capt. James R. Reedy, Joseph Martin. Church, 755 Acorn street.

J -- NAS Jax commanding officer. All Lodge members are urgedto

"IT WON'T HURT" Exclaims nurse Ruby Jackson, (left) BESIDES presentation of Certificates Papa Bear: "Somebody's been be present and., visitors are
as she takes blood pressure of Thomas Gilbert during Civilian of Apprenticeship to drinking my whiskey." welcome.
Blood Donor Day aboard the Station last week. Gilbert of Public each graduate, the Masters and Mama Bear: "Somebody's been President is James Smith, withW.
Works, was among 112 employees answering the call. Overhauland Foreman Association Award was drinking my whiskey, too." F. Gordon, vice-president and
sent 57 persons to "blood call" with
Public Repair Works: Department checking in with 32 employees and Supply with 21. made to three outstanding ap Baby Bear: "Hie." Alphonse Kelly,
secretary.'j



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I New Seat Makes SARI :. il I CPO Notes I T,

's 4 An end-of-the-season family I

Rescue Tasks Easier picnic is slated Saturday, Sep-
tember 26, from 1400-1800. Chicken -

is on the menu and beveragesfor 'I
In use at NAS Jax since last July is a rescue seat which young and old. by ,

expedites and simplifies helicopter rescue of persons adriftat Cost of the affair will be one FA
I
dollar for adults and 50 cents for
sea.Sea Air Rescue unit aboard the Station has employedthe children. Tickets may be obtainthe

relatively new rescue apparatus- on several occasions- : ed at the Club or from any member S81
during past two months. I of the advisory group.'I
DEVELOPED by HU-2 of Lake- but had to be pulled 1 into the All CPOs interested in participating ard

hurst, N. J., the seat, replaces a craft by crewmembers. This, of in intramural sports as ml]

"horse collar" contraption, con- course, was often harmful -for Injured representatives of a CPO Club WC

sisting of a sling which is fast- persons. team should contact Ralph Cal- set

ened around the back and under But with the new system, the ,.pJp, laghan, Building 422, NATTCen-

,the arms. Since it was necessaryfor victim, seated in the "chair'," is t w '- __ 4' 4..4___ pla
victims to 'crawl into the col- raised completely into the ndi- ter.It's being brought to the attention Chi

lar, sea-to-air rescue employingthis copter. of all hands that the CPO

method was exceptionally While ,m any practice rescue ________ -jI _ Mess (Open) sponsors a Christ-
difficult. tests have been made by the NAS 4' ... "% 4 mas party for underprivilegedchildren

The new seat, much resemblingthe Jax crew with the new seat, two -, .. each year. cc
old-fashioned anchor,is about actual rescues have been success- Some 100 youngsters attend the

three feet high and has three fully accomplished. Once, a doc- gala affairs. Cost of the party is
metal seats at its base. It Is madeof tor was lowered to deck of a shipat I- "'.w.. .", ,_..,;,,,,,,,,",,,,,, ... borne from funds donated by

aluminum and is extra lightin sea via the seat, to aid an appendicitis "WHAT A LIFESAVERl"-Proclaims Joseph Cara Donna, members of the mess. No club
AD3, as he displays new lightweight aluminum teat for lea-to-
weight. patient.All air helicopter rescue, photo above.,The seat has been in ute by funds are used.
FOR EASIER visibility, it is pilots and crewmen using NAS Jax't SAR unit for two months. Developed by HU-2 of All hands are requested to give h(

painted flourescent orange and the seat in Jax operations have Lakehurst, N. J., it replaces old horse collar apparatus formerly generously to this cause so they
bright yellow. It is lowered by a indicated 100 percent approval of used in rescue operations throughout the Navy. Below, Cara may make it a happy Christmas
Donna it hoitied to helicopter from St. Johns River in test of for who
100-foot cable from a helicopter. its use. rescue teat operation.1iii' some youngsters would 15
otherwise not have
one.
Whereas
needed
a person to

have been briefed in use of former This Is Month

gear, rescue with the new seat Coffee Slated For
requires no previous indoctrination. r
To Get Driver
.
According to local SAR person- Gray Lady Class
I
nel, a drowning person, by natural : Boat Licenses"One Women interested in attendinga a

instinct, grasps the ''Seat course for Gray Lady Trainingare
lowered into the water by the' : if by land and two if by invited to a coffee at 0930

rescue helicopter, which normally sea." This famous phrase is being next Tuesday at the Hospital
:
hovers 25 feet above. repeated this year, although in Recreation Leunge.
mariner.
slightly different
ANOTHER advantage of the Gray Ladies, in uniform, will
30 is deadline for
new seat 'is that previously, the September act as hostesses for the event aid-
motorists to get 1960 Floridadrivers'
victim was raised to helicopter,
ing all prospective members
answering -
.. licenses. Renewal of your
questions and helping
Florida license can be accomp- ,
R. /I. lished at the Main Gate, a new with applications.Mrs. c
GroupApplauds innovation this year. Robert Miller, new chairman Ar
of the Gray Lady Corps, announces -
Hours of the office, operated by
the Jacksonville Junior Chamberof the fall class at Naval

s.-k Commerce, are 0900-1700 and Hospital is slated Oct. 12-16 from

NAS JaxNAS : r" 0900-1200 on Saturdays.The 0900-1200. Free nursery service ui
\ will be available to trainees dur-
u County Judge's Office, distributor
Jax has been praised, viaa of Florida driver's licenses ing the week. Yt

letter, from the commanding officer % has given the okay for Further information can be obtained -
of NAS Quonset Pt., R. I., personnel to eet: Florida licenses from Mrs. Erdman at the in
for the fine manner in which this of valid Red Cross Office, Hospital extension -
merely by presentation a

hosted Station a recently management received team from and Hi Fi Can Mean Cool Beat military driver's permit. 50. '

October 20 is deadlihe for boat 0;
from
ing
$1.75 up to $10.25. The
the Rhode Island installation.The .
letter, addressed to the Or Beep Of Sonar Sound, owners to comply with the new County Tax Collector's Office, N. I'
state law requiring boats Market St. in
N AS' Jax commanding officer, pow- Jacksonville, is accepting -
reads in part: This hi-fi jazz is like maybe way out there, so far way ered by motors of more than 10 boat registrations. I'

"I have just been advised by out they don't run the snake out there. horsepower to be registered.
So far out. in fact, the Navy is, using fidelity Boating registrations
my group returning from NAS tape. recordings cover a "Power Is Cut Off As Car Hits
in a new training device two-year period. Fees go According Pole, Driver Is Charged.-Buf-
Jacksonville relative to the cord- ani-
floating, weakly swimming
to help underwater Sonar to length of the boat
rang- falo (N.Y.) Evening,News. .
iality with which they were re-, mal and. plant life of a body of ,
operators distinguish between
ceived. They were impressed by l
water.
Happing of fishy fins and tell-tale '
the operations of the depart- blips of submarines.THE "Plants are chiefly diatoms and
ments visited (O&R and IRD) DEVICE which uses hi-fi blue-green algae and the animals

and are grateful for hospitality in its work is called the SonarOperators' largely protozoans, entomostracans : i 1
shown during and after working :
and various ,
Target Classification eggs andarvae
hours: Trainer, System. Gone "cats" in but it includes larger forms, including : 1c
"I that
am sure our operations and
Key West and San Diego are jellyfishes salpas,
i :
will be improved in
: training with the apparatus. that have only weak powers of: +
many areas because of this visit."I locomotion." : s
Besides fish, which cast an
should like to extend a sincere
electronic "shadow" on Sonar Like it's all wetll'I!! fiII
invitation for a group of
underwater mountains I
scopes : .
.
your people to visit us whenever
old wrecks and even masses of Chiefs Wives Planning
convenient, and hope that we may '
'be as helpful and as cordial to floating plankton or kelp tend to Installation Of OfficersNew 14 : ]
produce a confusing picture for
your group. the Sonarman. officers for the CPO Wives (

Signed Capt. J. D. Arbes, com- USING principles similar to Club are due to be installed October ,* 1

manding officer. radar, Sonar sends out an electronic 2 at 2000 at the CPO Club. (

pulse and, by identifyingthe All chiefs and their wives wish-
MDBS Payment Due return echo and measuringthe ing to attend the installation and 1 1m.

Mutual Death Benefit Society elapsed time from transmis- dinner-dance should make reservations ,

members are reminded that assessment sion to reception, permits operators by "September 21 with
No. 124 is now due and to detect presence of Louise Grissom at EV 9-5961.

payable. undersea or surface vessels. The Wives Club has planned a

Payment period for this assessment And to the uninitiated, kelp is special meeting for next Mondayat
will end at close of busi- defined by Webster as "ashes of 2000 at the CPO pining Room.

ness on September 24. No pay- seaweed" and "a mass or growthof

ment can be accepted after this large seaweeds, especially those First Scientist: "How're you

date. burned for ashes." coming along with your fdntastic .. .. ,.
:'- <<" _..<,<:.",- .".">>.,,.x<.: ?v.w.y.<<: .t ;; ..... -.-_
We can picture Dizzy beatingout experiments? REACHES 20-YEAR MARK Upon reaching 20-year serv
"The groom has been married a cool tune on sonar with the Second Scientist: "Pretty good. ice with the government Martha Mehlman, (right) of Payroll
previously on ,two occasions. He hi-fi recordings of undersea life. I've just crossed. an orange tree Branch of NAS Jax Comptroller Department, receive certificateand
has also been through WWII."- ONE MORE point-what does with a rubber plant." a service lapel pin from Comdr. Edwin Scanllebury, Comp :
Wildioood (N.J.) Indepenednt plankton mean? Our friend Web- First: "What came out oj this?" troller. The veteran employee has worked aboard the Station
sine Dec. 15, 1941. She had five service
Record. ster says of this "the passively Second: "A seedless golj ball." here.r years prior to coming




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Hopes Shine Bright



TheWATER AII-Navv Trio Nucleus





Two Navy Bantams LINE skipperedby Of Flier Fight SquadBreathing

Lcdr. Vernon Anderson of
FAW-11 and Michael Mixson, hints that this may be the strongest club to
represent Jax Navy in several seasons, the Flier varsity boxing -
AA, of AE (A) School sailed in
the recent Sarasota Regatta on team started drills"this week.

Sarasota Bay A well-balanced mixture of veral smokers and bouts with top .

The boats maneuvered a stand- the old and new including three military and civilian squads is on

ard triangular course some four All-Navy title-holders, was on tap for the ringmen.The .
bell with vet-
miles in length. Over 220 sails hand at opening Florida AAU held in
Howard of Fas-
Lawrence
eran
were entered and 23 classes were. December and Golden
early
ron Nine leading the way.
set up. event of February,
THE 1957 All-Navy 160-pound Gloves, an
Mixson was edged for first and
along with District, Regional
place in the initial heat by Jim king, Howard was hampered last
All-Navy battles are to be among
( shoulder. The
by a sore
Church of Miami, State Rhodes year the season's highlights.A .
smooth boxer is eyeing a repeatof
antam Lcdr.
champion. Ander-
both
took third. two years ago. number of positions for
on
Another veteran is Tom Mc- Open and Novice boxers are still
Mixson copped top'spot in the
Tigue of the Marine Barracks.The open. Interested personnel should
heat with
econd Church secondd
118-pounder started in the contact Sirois at extension 585.
"Andy" Anderson third. The
ame trio finished in this ordern Fa Novice section last year then

the third heat of the day. .... "'",-,, -...-.. advanced to the Open divisionby : One-Time Loser
Golden Gloves time, winningthe
Navy Jax Sailing Club won SEASON'S FIRST SIX.POINTER-Scampering unmolestedacross
local Gloves title in his
jfirst and third place trophies at the enemy's goal line is Tom Broom of the 679th Air Desiani 'GrabsAIIHavy
Jhe regatta. Force as he tallies the first touchdown of the year in the Main. weight class.Another .

NAS Jax Special Services has side Touch Football League. The defending champion Air Force returnee to the Flier
crew started the new season with an 18-0 win over Aircraft
Jesus Valentine of the CrownTwo
stable is
>rocured two 14-foot R e n ken
Maintenance in last week's Stadium game. The Air Force regis-
peed boats for Fish Camp rent- tered USS Roosevelt. He won the All-
!second decision of the early season by pasting Operationslater Norfolk teams dominatedthe
>Is. The craft are powered by in the week, 200.JAX Navy crown in the 112poundclass Softball Tourney at
All-Navy

6-HP The Boating West Bend Master engines.at the Fish I r : .." ": fe...,:,'".,,Ydf>' <', :"' J-<{.,;' .IAs'ft1i: : ",. <.J..,,, ,:;: t:,' ht {i' in 1957.TAKING BOXING. team reins the Destroyer Virginia Force site Atlantic last week defeat-with

amp is responsible for checkg this year is Dusty Sirois, BMC.
themen's
'AIR ,,,,, ing NAS North Island for
out anyone interested in usg : : Assisting the capable mentor is of
s'P'O"R.1le. title in a highlight ac-
these fast boats. A :" Howland AO1. Both
qualifica- Bob men
i \ If.! tion.
on card will be issued those NEWS come highly recommended.
assing the test. i r :' :' ; ;' ..<, '. ,r 4 Among the brighter new faces' In women's play, the Norfolk

I .' ,.l: :"
the 679th Air Force unit. He phia Naval Base (NorthLant),

Fall Receives brings a string of crowns to the for the crown.
Sports Activity Flier camp.Anderson. Wearing Norfolk: Wave flannels

well-known in in the tourney were two Jax Navy

[ 1. When Babe Ruth smashed Baptism On Quartet Of Fronts Air Force is pugilistic circles, players, Jessie Riddle and Judy
'. his record 60 home runs in 1927, Bozman. The Crackerjax duo was
[how many games did he play? Simultaneous with the first hint of fall in the air, Mainside fall having held the 135-pound. All- added to the Norfolk roster for

2. When was the last time the intramural sports .activity.. _got underway in earnest last week.Action Korean championship.HE the tourney.
L ALSO the Lowell
[Chicago White Sox won the although limited, was won I
American 1 neophyte, was drubbed 18-0, then I Mass. Golden Gloves in the 135- Big Jim Cheeseman hurled
League ?
pennant fast-paced and furjous, a pred-
Operations intramural Interservice DesLant to a 3-2 victory over
veteran
3. What is the lowest place in a among pound class and was
the standings that an Al Lopez- iction that the usual tight com- squads, fell to the Air runner-up as a 139pounder.Also North Island after downing Jax

managed baseball team has ever petition will prevail in fall sports Force, 20-0. bolstering the Fliers this Navy in the semi-finals, 3-2 in 13

finished? this year. VA-44 AND VAP-62 squared year will be 'James Rossette of innings, and 8-6.

4. Who was the Manager of the THE 679th Air Force ACWRONgot off in the opening volleyball the USS Power, a destroyer After DesLant's initial victoryover

Year in 1958? off with a giant i step in match of the season with the based at Mayport. Rossette is North Island, Tony Ortega

5. Who threw the last nohitterin defense of its touch football, Hornets winning in straight current 175-pound All-Navy I hurled a four-hitter and Winston

the big leagues? crown, producing a pair of shut- games, 15-13 and 16-14. champion. Hampton blasted a four-base

out victories. Paced by Lcdr. Sigafoos' 46, Rossette and Anderson will, knock as the "Can" boys downed
(Answers to the Quiz.)
Aircraft Maintenance, a sports Overhaul and Repair opened the naturally, fight in the Open the California nine, 10.

8S6I"S fall golf season with a 5-31 Class. Top novices include Myron Jax Navy, in earning its way

'oz "ideS see]iueA si 0 A M9He win over Aircraft Maintenance.Bob Brady of NAS Jax and "Young"Basic to the semi-finals, had gone undefeated -

g J JSUJv.6v WteqUM. JoH..IIJUtd Harmon was low for the of the USS Rooesvelt. through South Atlantic

t(6zngsirde losers with 49. POSSESSING only a year's Regional competition and claimed -

q; jo qEnspnp JL u. u v a 'Vpuooag Bowling got away to the latest experience but owning a goodly a first round All-Navy win

: '& : start amon'g the four fall sports amount of natural talent is novice over 'DesLant.
6161 'Z at Mainside with action
opening boxer "Cyclone" Ingenitoof
DesLant's new champions went
.In .1 slated early this week at Main- NAS Jax.
'I with
through t entire tourney
side Lanes. An active season, including se- .
one defeat staring at mem. They
Officers Wives
were shunted to the loser's bracket -

Keg Play StartsThe Pigskin Seers Feel Good with in Jax the Navy.opening round game


League Officers started Wives action September Bowling Now, But How About Dec. ? I .


10 with ten teams entered in At this seasonal time of the year, sports fans, both expert and

competition.Team novice, plunge into the infectious business of predicting or tryingto

number four and team predict, outcomes of collegiate quarrels on the gridiron.Air .

seven jumped to the top with News staffers Ron Davis and Joe O'Brien will put in their

first night wins. High individual deflated two cents worth this year with the editors joining in just l
tuA f.
average crown went to Jan Baird # for kicks. AL 'Y

who carved out a 159 average. fi CY Readers should be forewarned, however, that any bets made on MEWE AND THESE

Sophie Grace put together a f basis of these predictions will be done with complete foolish dis- night ata
An old man arose one
185 game in taking the high indivIdual x..: ernment. The pigskin swamis offer the following' selections for revival meeting and said:

game honors, while games of Sept. 18-19:
Nancy Moessmer took high Individual r fi :. 1, 4' that I ain't always been what I
set with a 501 series. Navy-Boston College Navy Navy Navy

Team four took both the high Penn-Missouri Penn. Mo. Mo. oughta been. I been unreliable
around hen roosts, and good look-
team game and high team series Kansas-TCU TCU TCU TCU
with a 707 game and a 1928 set. Purdue-UCLA Purdue UCLA Purdue ing women; and I got drunk and
Alabama-Georgia Ga. Ala. Ga. been in cutting sprees, and some-

Training National-Guard style Clemson-N. Carolina Clemson Clemson Clemson times I even cussed and stole.

was a switch for the professional Duke-. Carolina S. Car Duke Duke "But I thank the Lord there's

Philadelphia Eagles as they spenta Florida-Tulane Tulane Tulane Fla. been one thing I ain't never done.

day in the field firing the M-l Wake Forest-FSU FSU Wake For. Wake For. I ain't never lost my religion."

with the 28th Inf. Div. of the I 4 V' ..N, __L:=::- _'wf._: Ga. Tech-Kentucky Ky. Ga. Tech Ky. .
-
Pennsylvania National Guard. SHAPELY NUGGETMaybethey Rice-LSU LSU LSU LSU "It was reported this morning

Gene Johnson and Theron Sapp, didn't dress like this in W. Va.-Maryland Md. W. Va. Md. that John Blank was bitten on

Philadelphia halfbacks, took the the gold rush days, but who'll Wyoming-Montana Tie Wyo. Wyo. the leg instead of the arm as

oath of allgeiance during the day quibble when it's Dorothy the Pro- So. Cal-Oregon St. So. Cal. So. CaL So. CaL previously reported by a poisonous -
Tine sweetening soar
and will report to a Guard unit doughs? Shell star up in "The Small school pick of week: spider." Augusta (Kas.)

soon. Alaskans," a new fall TV series. Springfield-Conn. Conn. Conn. Conn. Daily Gazette.






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6 JAX AIR NEWS 17 September 1959


Those 'Runway Stretchers' Moving DayContinued

( from Page 1))
r

May Be 'Water Squeezers'Washington TIIt The Act gives Military you this Personnel protection.Claims

INFORMATION on this insur-
(AFPS-Stateside) Air Force bases will soon t 3 ,y tiQ. ance is displayed in the exhibit.
be equipped with "runway stretchers" which are really "wa- And the fact that household appliances -
ter squeezers," an Air Force spokesman announced. are now serviced at
Behind the cryptic phrases is a device designed to halt origin and re-serviced at destination -
9 I
planes which might overrun the to insure safe handling is
of the old chain and cable de- .
landing field. < another of improvements shownin
THE "R U N WAY stretcher," vice. j the display.If .
now in use at many U.S. fields, The "squeezers" are really large : you moved last year, you
is a heavy chain joined to a cable.A cylinders partially filled with a were one of some nearly 80,000
pilot who sees he is going to water and anti-freeze solution. Navy people who shipped house-
overrun the landing strip lowers When a pilot in trouble lands, hold goods under auspices of the
the tail hook to snatch the cable. he lowers his arrester hook to Navy.So .
The heavy chain and cable brake engage the nylon cable. The cable L1 : when it's your move (and
the plane to a full stop. pulls pistons through the liquid i it's bound to be sooner or later)
Now the Air Force is planningto solution in the squeezer cylin- jjj t be ready. Visit the display and
put "water squeezers" in place ders, building up enough hy-I see how moving can be pleasureand
draulic pressure to ease the plane why household goods ship-
to a stop. ping procedures are better than
PROPER.D./ THE AIR FORCE claims the ever.
(Continued from Page 1)) "water squeezers" can halt a You can also brush up on mov-

tect interest of authorized patrons speeding palne in about nine ,. .., ... .. - ing "know-how" simply by ob-
and dependents and to onds. THE OLD CORPS! Lt. Col. W. P. Mitchell. (right) com- taining the information-packed
avoid adverse publicity. The manding officer of Marine Air Detachment at NATTCenter pamphlet available at the display.
Reservists on active dutyfor ; be reset presents retirement orders to AcGySgt. J. S. Smith upon the
Marines' completion of 30 years service. The former
than 72 hours veteran
more are Three
pared to Units
MAD casual company commander entered the Corps Jan 15,
eligible to shop at the com- reset the 1929. He plans .to retire in Charleston, S. C. (Continued from Page 1))
missary. They should go to The Air
the store office with of more information as to cost, reservations equipment.
copy awarding Naval Aviation To
orders.A time and program will Fiscal 1959 also saw fewer injuries -

permit will be issued for to Co.the for Be Feted Oct 11 be forthcoming soon and will be fewer aircraft destroyedand
fewer carrier landingaccidents. -
the period of active duty ord- promulgated to each command.
Naval aviators in the Jackson- .
ers. Permits may be issued to St.
golft"r will celebrate the 49th
adult members of the familyfor playing area TIDE TABLE
of Naval Aviation
( wife who shops in the noon. St. HIGH LOW Library Set To Sponsor
11 with big birthday party
a
military man's behalf.) first tee, the Officers Club at NAS Jax. AM PM AM PM Great Books DiscussionThe
The officer-in-charge can assist All designated aviators .on act- Fri. 8:35: 8:53: 2:15: 2:36 Mainside Library, in Build-
persons who think they ing Three, plans sponsorship of
He retired lists in 3:15 a
or reserve Sat. 9:15: 9:31: 2:51:
are authorized patrons but
grin Great Books Discussion in Oc-
are not absolutely certain. stepped to area who hold rank of E-7 Sun. 9:55: 10:09: 3:27: 3:54 tober.

Authorized shoppers are his feat. higher, and their ladies, are Anyone qualified to lead such a
further reminded that guests All to attend the affair. "Graham Couple Entertainedon group, or anyone interested in
and visitors are not permittedin "Let's cut Comdr. Paul Bazler, coordina- 50th Wedding.-Durham (N. the program, contact Mrs. Cleesat
the sales area. and play for the event, reports that C.) Morning Herald. 233.

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I, \ Schedule of Special Services Activities and Facilities, September 17-231 I

--
I MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday I Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

18002000It 1800'2000Crimson 1700 14182000The 1900 1800-2000 1800-2000
NAS Bldg. 612 HappenedTo Imitation Scapegoat I A Star Is Surrender Sleeping
Jane Kimona Of Life Born Hell Beauty

I Hospital 1900Shaggy 1900 1900It 1900Crimson 1900Imitation Scapegoat 1900
Dog Cast Shadow Happened Kimona Life 1900 Star Born

NATTCenter, Bldg. 563 1900 1900It Crimson Kimona 1400-1900 1900 1900 1900Surrender
Cast Shadow Happened 1400-1900 Imitation Life Scapegoat Star Born Hell

LIBRARIESNAS. I

Bldg. 3NATTC.nter 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

Bldg. 563 0930-2100 0930-2100 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. 855NATTCenter. 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100


Bldg. 513
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1600-2200

Blue Jackets Inn 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 2000
Johnny Geiger Redcoats Special Band Bingo
,
EM. NATTCenter 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300
1630-2300. 1200-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330 .

EM, NARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1630-2330 1630-2230

NAS Outdoor Pools 1100-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000 1200-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000

.
NATTC Outdoor Pools 1130-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000 1200-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000

.

NATTCenter Gym Open
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100( 1300-2100 1300-2100

HAS Bowling 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1300-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB


NATTC Craft Shop 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630
1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100

Tennis Courts (Navy Ex.) 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark
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Golf Course 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0730-1800 0800-1800 0330-Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dark
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Fish Camp 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. '
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed
.
Hobby Shop Bldg. 888 1400-2100 1400-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100
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Indoor Swimming Bldg. 614 1600-2000 1600-2000 1130-2000 1200-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000 16002000Page

SPECIAL EVENTS: