Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1959
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028307:01288

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Attack Squadron 15 'Valions' Reach

High Accident Free Hours Mark

Attack Squadron 15 of NAS low-level special weapons attack ploys, commended Comdr.Pat- ,
Jax recently joined the elite mission, faced another terson, his .officers and men ':\
ranks of AD Skyraider squadrons Friday the 13th last month but for such "effective efforts to
who have recorded 10- managed to avoid the; jinxes promote the safety of opera- AM A j
0000 accident-free flight hours. peculiar to the day and wenton tions and saving lives and AtD1j
The "Valions," led by Comdr. to record the last few hours costly equipment. ... ,. .' ,

had Joseph an aircraft Patterson accident, have since not needed mark. to reach the 10,000 cident-free Included hours in the were 10,000 3,120 ac- ;\ CHIEF I !

June 1958 on Friday the Capt. Hugh Winters, whose carrier arrested landings, three iIfl 1
13th to be Atlantic Fleet exercises, and a
exact. 1i
carrier USS
Roosevelt houses
Caribbean and Mediterranean .
The squadron, which has a VA-15 when the squadron de-' .cruise.. i

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HO! YOUNG LOCHINVARI" Th seen aba J 10
a typical sight during "basing" of 16 new chief petty of
at their initiation at the CPO Club last week. Of the 16
Vol. 17 No. 39 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 3 December E-7s, seven hailed from NATTCenter, five from NAS Jax.
from VA-44 and one from VU-10. Left to right are. J. W.
PNCA M. Sterenchak. AECAl T. C. Scott AECA,
L-- :k Capt. Heads 5)t E. E. Perry MRCA. Perry Is from NAS Jax while the I
-, : [ three come from NATTCenter. t

*_ .t; i ; New\/ ComNab 5)r Season To See

Staff Chief I

I sumed Capt. duties Nelson aboard Mead the Head Parties Here .

ion this week as Chief of the season to be jolly." And from Christmas parties
L) and Aide to Commander in the next three weeks aboard the Station it's "I
-e Air Bases, Sixth Naval that the "deck the halls" spirit is catching on.
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Capt. Head, who comes I
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: ,,; ,,, from Ent AFB, Colo., ancient Yuletide carols"I hands squadron parties..

Comdr. John H. R. Fehler, be trolled at gatherings that S 0 M E 100 underprivileged

ing Chief of Staff since the gamut from a holiday youngsters from the Jacksonvillearea
ment last month of Capt. for needy children to all-
of the CPO
k.. : 'j pherson Williams.A will be guests ,
.. NATIVE of Virginia, Club at its annual Christmas
Head is a veteran of 28 Sec. FrankeTo Party for children Tuesday, Dec.

Naval service. This is his At Beach 22.

tour; at NAS Jax, having The youths are due to tour the
.toiyped: duty here in 1940-42 of the Navy Wil-
chief flight instructor.He B. Franke will make an I) Station at 1100, finishing up witha
commanded Scouting in the local area turkey dinner' with all the
MAPPING HOLIDAY TRIPS Among the hundreds of dron :94 in 1943, engaging in Monday when he's due trimmings. A carol sing will pre-
Jax persons planning in advance for holiday leave, is this trio shore anti-submarine patrol speak at the annual mem- cede a scheduled 1300 visit by ,
of Narymen attached to Administration Department. Mappingout banquet of the Jack-
of activities
routes to take home for Chntmas New Year holiday escort shipping ; Santa Claus. He'll' give the
Beach Chamber of
leave periods are left to right) Harold Cobb, SN, of Personnel the East Coast. He later youngsters clothes and toys. '
and Accounlng, Sammy Bowman SA, of Personnel and Account. as anti-submarine air
ing, Sammy Bowman, SA, of Service Information Office, and commander with FAW-9, affair is slated to start NATTCenter will treat child-
Sidney Kramer Jr, CS3, of Enlisted Records. tic. 1930 in the Le Chateau ren of its personnel to a party ,';
Upon graduating from the at the Beach city. Saturday, Dec. 19, in King Hall. 'I
Plans Made For val Academy, Capt. Head capacity crowd is antici Santa Claus will be on hand to I
Being duty with Torpedo pass out gifts.CHILDREN.
Navy Secretary will be
Squadron Two in 1934. OF members of
by U. S. Rep.
TravelReservations HE WAS assigned to the FAW-11, VP-15 and VP-16 will
Annual Holiday E.: Bennett.
(I Please turn to Page 8, Col. ]) be given a party December 18.
Santa is due to fly in by helicopter -
are now being made at the Sixth Naval and be present for the

District Passenger Transportation Office for airline, train and event. This affair will be in Han-

bus tickets for, military personnel desiring commercial trans- gar 140.

-portation during the holiday leave period. Parties for children of NARTUand

Representives of local travel NAS Jax personnel to make reservations Hospital personnel are also ,
agencies will be aboard the Sta- or purchase tickets is being planned, both for Decem-
tion three times this month, pro- next Friday. Commercial repre- ber 23. NARTU's event will be
viding assurance that commer- sentatives will also be aboard T ir r at the Skeet Club while the
cial transportation will be avail-
Dec. 14 and 16. Hospital Auditorium will be site
able, without necessity of tripsto I of the latter fete.
downtown ticket offices. PERSONS may obtain Information -
SECURING reservations and reservations and ticketsat Hospital civilian employees
tickets through the Station unit wing 15 of Building 551 on will be tendered a party the ;
will also avoid delay and con- those days between 1300 and 7flI morning of December 24. :

gestion at transportation terminals 1700: 2 ANOTHER high spot of the
at time of departure. Local airlines companies fur- Hospital's holiday season is a

While first reservations were :,nishing NAS representatives include .C: '....I ':.. number of ward parties planned
accepted aboard the Station Capital, Delta, Eastern, .. throughout December. Among
Tuesday, next opportunity for National and Northeast Airlinesand .4 groups sponsoring the partiesare
Southern Airways. National Council of Jewish
Polio Shots To Be Lines and Trail- I/ Women, Navy Wives Club,Duval
Greyhound 1 County Chapter of American Red
Given To CiviliansSecond ways, Inc. are bus companies / ,/ / < Cross, Stars and Bars Association
along with Atlantic
represented /
third and fourth shots American War Mothers,
Coast Line, Seaboard Air Line
in the polio inoculation series for CPO Wives Club and Fleet Re-
and Southern Railways. '4 I I'
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the Station's civilian employeeswill / serve Auxiliary.
be given next Wednesdayand Main advantage of the Sta- 7 .
I Patients will be invited to joinin

Thursday at Building 101-W. tion's transportation office is -. -- ... .................................. ......'" a ward decorating contest \
All who got the first shot in that persons making travel reservations ENTERS COM NAB PORTAL Capt. Nelson Mead Head sponsored by Special Services II
October should get their second don't have to make prepares to enter his office upon assuming reins as Chief ,of and the Red Cross. Santa will
inoculation at' this time. Those payment for tickets until theyare Staff and Aide to Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval come by Christmas Eve to
who missed out last time in get- District early this week. He relieves Comdr. John H. R. Fehler, vigit
picked up."ACCORDING acting Chief of Staff since retiiement last month of Capt. Mac- the wards.As
ting the third or fourth in the to Eddie Tanner, Pherson Williams. Capt. Head who comes here from North was stated earlier, "Tis
series can get them during this American Deferse Command at Ent AFB, Colo., was stationedat "
two-day period. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2)) NAS Jax in 194042. the season to be jolly.

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2 JAY AIR NEWS 3"D" 1959

Jf) }{ ftM14i1ui3NAS Odd Job Chores Help Brownies; I

Jacksonville Fulfill Promise To Help OthersIn

Capt. James R. Reedy............. Commanding Officer
Comdr. Robert Nelson ......................Executive Offlecr the Dewey Park housingarea day behind us, the 16 little Linda Hundley, Kathy Oliver,
NAB Six Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear outside the Station's
; just -
Adm. Kenneth Craig Commander "Good Samaritans" in Brownie Cheryl Porter, Debbie Sapp,
Capt. Greystan H. Weber Chief of Staff, FalrJax Main Gate; there are 16 Troop 106 are proud of their out- Janet Selby, Carol Foster, and

Capt. Nelson M. Head _..._..........r .................__._.... Chief of Staff, NAB Six young girls members of standing deed, declares Mrs. June Genia Osbun.
Fleet Air Wing Eleven Brownie Troop 106. All ace Sapp, troop leader. Also, Mary Lehosit, Chris Lus-
Capt. Robert M. Milner ... Commander their
live to
Capt. Charles L lambing Chief Staff Officer striving up Although part of the Girl sier, Karen and Andrea Mills,
Naval Air Technical Training Center B row n i e promise, to "help Scouts of America, Brownies Belinda and Rita Smetla, Char-

Capt. Robert J. Fleming -_- Commanding Officer other people,every day." don't receive badges for their lene Hicks, and Betsy Walker.VA12 .
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson .,. Executive Officer The t promise was do their
Naval Hospital youngsters' gestures of good will, as

Capt. Alton C. Abernathy...............................................,. .Commanding Officer particularly evident thii thanks- plder Scout sisters. Leads '
Capt. John G. Feder .?.. ?. Executive Officer giving, when a team of brown. 1 THE GIRLS celebrate their! 10-

ComdrF'. Holt ....NARTU"............................. Commanding Officer clad lassies presented a com- cal organization's first birthday
N. Hart -;....,........;:....,.-......:..\.:7:..............._............ Acting Ex. --"' L:' ;;J'W'-' in their neighborhood.TO i
its members have be-
Printed commercially with non-appropriated; funds In Jacksonville, Florida at nO FILL the basket, each come well known to many resi- Meet At Yuma
expense to the government and In compliant with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958. member brought an item from dents of the Dewey Park housing ,
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville,
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air home. However, payment for the area. Attack{ Squadron 12 of NAS
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. turkey, main attraction of any Meeting each Tuesday after- Cecil Field jumped off to an

Service Information Officer ...................: Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. Thanksgiving meal, was earned noon, the seven to nine year old impressive lead Monday in the
Assistant Service Information Officer .................... Andrew H. Planey by the girls when they 'did odd girls conduct their own business A4D Skyhawk light attack
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Elaine Terrell Ron Davis, AN Gene
Hagan, JOSN. Photographer-Joseph O'Brien, PH3. ; ; jobs in the area, such as baby meeting, in which they plan up- phase of the Fleet-Wide Navy

The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material sitting, cleaning yards, washingand coming projects or activities. Weapons Meet, "Operation Top
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, drying dishes and running Also heading the Dewey Park Gun," at Yuma, Ariz.
unless otherwise credited, official U. S.
are Navy Photographs. errands for neighbors. unit is Mrs. Helen Porter. Troop The "Kiss of Death" squadron,
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone ex-
tensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. With the Thanksgiving holi members include Marilyn Evans, commanded by Comdr. William

Barrow Jr., tallied 1325 points.

$$ Might Be In : r t: Their nearest competitor, VA56of
S y ? NAS Miramar, Calif., regist-
ered 920 points.
Store For SomeExPensacoIans
!: "Top Gun," which began Mon-

day and is scheduled to conclude

;{is tomorrow (Friday) features top

Navy personnel who have been squadrons from the Atlantic and
Pacific Fleets, Naval Air Train-
stationed at Barin Field or within '4
the NAS Pensacola complex ing Command and the Marine

during the last ten years may Corps.
be entitled to capital credit VA-12 won handily in Atlantic

checks from the Baldwin County Fleet competition which was

Electric Membership Corpora- ; { held at Cecil Field and other;
{ East Coast air stations. Comdr.
tion at Robertsdale. Ala. 3
L Barrow led the way in that]
Most personnel concerned are event, finishing second in th<
those who received REA elect- meet's individual scoring.
ricity in residences near Foley,
The Cecil-based squadronthe
Elberta, Magnolia Springs, and
I ( only Jacksonville represen
Summerdale.. Ala. ?
4 tive at Yuma.
Due to lack of forwarding addresses Although final results of the

and service indication, first two day's competition have

many service persons eligible for not been fully tabulated, squadrons -
payment have not been contacted. ;:ia a representing the Atlantic

Fleet are slightly ahead of those

So far the corporation has '' .QyV${ }. {{SAS {,{Y s from the Pacific. .j#
found the following Navy persons
eligible for capital credit checks NEWEST OF OLD SUBS j

((1953-1954)) : The last conventionallypowI I

Lt. W. L. Campbell, Lt. ArnoldW. ered submarine to join the Uni- i

Ebert, O. L. Hillgeman, Stan- ted States fleet was commissioned :

ley Kuta, Gordon C. McKinley, uN.. ....:v tarn ii ""\-. .timmPFC. BIlW r _' recently at Pascagoula, Miss.
D. L. Rhadenbough, Russell O. GOOD WILL CARAVAN Putting into action their prom- The Bluebackdieselpowered,
Roeder, G. S. Tolly, R. R. Van ise to "help other people every day," 16 members of Brownie is one of the Navy's radicallynew
Arkle, and Henry A. Wiatt. SCHELL STOP Troop 106 of Dewey Park, accompanied by troop leaders. Mrs. 'submersible fighting vessels
June Sapp (left) and Mrs. Helen Porter, carry complete Thanks with a tear-drop hull which
Anyone on this list is requested AE GRADPfc. giving dinner to a deserving neighborhood family. The unit, manueverability.
to send his present address, which celebrates its first birthday Sunday, meets every Tues- lends to speed and -
Richard Schell of Chi-, afternoon. .
along with the year and place day
where he received electricity cago, Ill., took top honors at
Baldwin Elec- the November 27 graduationof Aviation
service, to County Navy
tric. Aviation Electrician's Mate

School, Class A, at NATT-
Other Navy personnel servicedby
Center. 50th
the corporation during the ten Birthday
He has been transferred to
year period are asked to submit Headquarters, Marine Corps,
the same information to find out Set For 1961
Washington, D. C.
if they are eligible for payment, !
provided they have not already Navy is already making indus-

received capital credit checks. Father Of Our Country trious plans for the golden anniversary -
of Naval aviation to

Snoozes In Arizona be officially observed May 8,

They were driving to Davis- 1961.

Navy Wives Monthan AFB, Ariz., when they Fifty years prior to this date

stopped for the evening. the Navy ordered its first air-
plane, ,the Triad. It was pur- ;fa;, ?.<
CornerNavy '
When they registered as Lt. chased from Glenn Curtiss for L

Col. Jay Casagrande and wife, $5,500, a paltry sum compared to
Wives Club No. 86 will the motel owner retorted, "I'm the cost of the Navy's latest
sponsor a Jitney Dinner at the tired of people signing phony planes approximately one mil- ,'. {:.; ,: ti \{,: + i f : :'{'?.r'M}{\.
Yukon Park Clubhouse, Satur- .
names. lion dollars each.
day from 1630 to 1930.
A three-course dinner will be "Sign correctly," he demanded. The anniversary will com-

served at five and 10 cents a Colonel Casagrande tried to memorate the events of 1911

serving including meat, salad,' convince the Owner that it was which also included three other

dessert and beverage.Mrs. his real name, but it was no use. Navy firsts: the landing and
He signed again and was allowedto
Wilbert Wagner is in take-off of an aircraft on a Navy -
charge of arrangements. The stay overnight. the designation of officersas NEW EXCHANGE SERVICE Another Innovation for convenience -
public is welcome to attend. What was his second registra- of Navy Exchange patrons is the new shoe servicearea
tion? naval aviators and the ocean at the Mainside Retail Store. New carpets and chairs havebeen
installed to make shopping for shoes a pleasure. Clerk
of aircraft equippedwith
Dajfynisliuns] : Grand Canyon- "Mr. and Mrs. George Washington. landing an Alma Koch, (left) shows Mrs. Joseph Rochford and her son,
hole of fame. ." pontoons. Kevin, an item in the children's houseshoe colleclion.Page .


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3 December 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Pam 3

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.." n : )/ 1 MusIc Hath Soothing Charm' New Role Set
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to 21 "whitehats" who I I For
Music has been-knqwn for cen- By Nvy
checked in for duty aboard NAS
turies as a powerful force. One \ ; {
Jax last' week.' master of words has even said it
USS EssexThe
A native of Lewiston NC, Roger "Hath charms to soothe the

Bellmore SA came to Jack- savage beasts." Mayport-based attack carrier -

sonville Nov. 23 from NTC, Great In this modern world, the USS Essex will be redesig-

Lakes, 111.Samuel universality of music has not nated an anti-submarine warfare

Bowman, SA, is a been outmoded, but rather; per- support carrier early next year,

new member of the lax Air News haps, expanded. replacing the USS Tarawa whichis

staff coming here from NTC for mothballs.
THE TREND aboard the Naval scheduled

Great Lakes. A native of Etowah, Air Station fn} recent months has The attack carrier USS Shan-

Tenn, he graduated from Engle- been like that "outside", with gri-La will be transferred from
wood High School in that
town. music fast becoming an integral, San Diego to Mayport to relieve

Ronald Brown, SA, of Lancaster yet nonetheless subconcious, partof k the Essex.

Pa, and Ronald French, SA, mundane chores like eating _ THE THREE-WAY move is
of Waddjngton, NY, both reported and relaxing. part,of the Navy's planned rotation -

aboard? from NTC, Great Now along comes a great boon and modernization program

Lakes. to the battle against fear .: : for its anti-submarine warfare -

The USS Ajax (AR-6)) was last fear of the dentist chair. For and attack carrier forces.

duty station of Bobby Edwards, with every visit to the dentistat _____ All three ships involved in the

SK2. A graduate of Mooreville, the Dental Clinic now comes move are of the 27,000-ton Essex

Miss. High School, he is attachedto music to soothe a nervous pa- class.

NAS Jax Commissary Store. tient. ;2; k Tarawa will complete her last

Also The Dental Clinic Fleet exercise early in January.She .
reporting Nov. 23 were under direction -
r will then to Phila-
:William House, SA, of Baraboo, of Capt. Macy G. Mar- ; proceed

Wisc; Leonard Herod, SA, of Car- tin, NAS Jax Senior Dental Officer delphia for decommissioning and

michaels, Pa; Clayton High, SA, and Staff Dental Officerfor assignment to the Atlantic Re-
serve Fleet about the ,middle, of
ComFair Jax and ComNabSix
of Lancaster, Pa; and Eugene
Hougreand, SA, of Providence, has joined with such placesas the month.
ESSEX IS due to return from
mess halls and recreationareas
RI all from
NTC, Great Lakes.
in providing "customers"with te:,,,} ft:} Gci iiiSWgy,. deployment with the Sixth Fleetin
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William Locker, AOCS, checked music. SOFT SOUND SOOTHES With strains of soft back- the Mediterranean in early

in from HS-1, NAS Key West.A "WHEN THE music is playedat ground music being piped to many office spaces and doctor's March. After ri short stay at an
native of Honolulu, Hawaii, he subconscious offices nowadays, the NAS Jax Dental Department decided to East Coast shipyard, she will be
resides at 7126 Railey Cir. with a level, with no bring in a musical atmosphere to its clinic and waiting room. carrier.
redesignated a support
his wife and two sons. vocal interruptions, it tends to And now, through the wonders of piped music, a patient can
calm and relax a tense nervous relax both while waiting for the dentist to see him and while The ship will then undergo refresher -

Walter Owens, SA, of FountainInn system. For a long time now, he's in the once-dreaded chair. Above., Capt. J. V. Rellly works training and report to
SC, and Daniel Taylor, SA, physicians have endorsed soft on Wayne O'Malley, AN, of'VP-S. the Atlantic Fleet's Naval' Air 11

Richmond, Va, both came here music to relax patients," says then is off for four minutes. The Dental Department reports Force as relief for the Tarawa.

from NTC, Great Lakes. Capt. Martin. ,BRIGHT and happy music is this new. addition has pro- Shangri-La will be due to leave

RM "A" School at NTC, Bain- The piped music, Muzak var- order of the day for morningand ved highly' satisfactory in the the West Coast in April and report -

bridge, Md. was last duty station iety, plays for 20 minute, periods afternoon hours. At lunch short period of time its been to Naval Air Force Atlantic

for Ronald Scarboro, RMSA. Originally and dinner time, however, this inst>lled. Fleet in May to replace the Essexas
gives way to what else? In fact, the dental staff has an attack carrier.
COMDR. ANDERSON its had'to wake once-
Dinner music. The strains of found up
is married to former Miss Elbra. THE SHANGRI-LA is the car
NEW VW-4 HEAD music to 'dance to take up the &keptlcap tlents to continue
Loftin of NC. He is attached
Trot rier built with raised froma
drilling tooth.
slack from 2000 pulling or a
to NAS Communications. Comdr. Roy Anderson movedup __n_ on. __ _____ __ natJo -wlde'tale of War Bopds

Hugh Scharle ADC, of Allen from his post as executive and Stamps in a special drive by
officer of Airborne Early Station Police Issue Some
who wanted to, the
town, Pa., is attached to NAS persons see
Warning 4 take i
Squadron to
Maintenance, after a tour of mystery ship become reality.
command of the Hurricane
268 To Violators I
, duty at NAAS Saufley Field, Hunters, relieving Com d r. The name Shangri-La' derives
'j$ Pensacola. A graduate of Allen- raid
from the historic bombing
Drexel E. for .
Poynter during

month of
town Prep School, he is marriedto mal ceremonies Monday at. the During the/ October I committed during October: reckless ''on 'Tokyo, April 18, 1942. Maj.
268 tickets issued
former Miss Rose Passaretti VW-4 hangar. some were driving, improper; park- Gen James Doolittle, then a

! and is father of Rose Francis, 7, Comdr. Anderson is the by Station police to violators i ing, 49; 'failure to stop at stop lieutenant colonel, led 16 Army
aboard the Naval Air
: and Ralph Martin, 2. seventh man to assume reinsas signs, 1; speeding, 38; faulty B-25 medium bombers from USS

Nov. 24 saw arrival of Walter leader of the. early warning Station. equipment, four; inattentive Hornet situated 800 miles from

'Bruce, RMSN, graduate, of Pam- squadron. Appearing before the Traffic 'driving, one; involved in on- the; city in this attack on the.
I Officers were some 205 cases, Station accidents, nine and other Japanese homeland.
lico County High School, Fay- Comdr. Poynter is leavingfor
Commissioner disposed
the US
etteville, NC; Richard Weit:, SK duty as executive officerof while offenses, 55.

CA, of Dubuque, Iowa, and David NAS, Cubi Pt., P.I. I of 28 violations. The Traffic Officer handed out Chess Foundation

Woods, R M S N, of Gagetown, I FOLLOWING offenses were 40 restrictions; '15 restriction and

Mich, who checked in from RM -- CO; 22 were sent to Traffic '

"A" School, Bainbridge, Md. School, while two others were Awards Program
restricted and sent to Traffic
David Huff, AA, of Frazer,
School received warnings
; seven ; Gets ComplicatedAnnouncement
Mich, reported aboard Nov. 25 18 cases were dismissed; 22 cases

from NTC, Great Lakes. Also were forwarded; 27 sent to the of a chess

Oscar Ries, AKAN, who attendedAK CO for action and 50 violators awards program open to''military

"A" School, Memphis, Tenn. were suspended.OF persons has caused a small stir
He graduated from St. Mary's In Defense Department circles.
THE tickets issued during
High School, Assumption, Ohio. DOD has advised that, while it
September, 22 were forwardedto
Arriving Nov. 27 were Larry other commands for action, encourages participation in the

Rushton, AA, of Joanna, SC, and five were visitors, 23 transfered recehtly announced Thomas
Emery' Armed Forces Chess
Roy Williams Jr, AA, of Grason- '.4}{; '+ from NAS 'Jax and no further
', Awards it is not res-
/ program
ville, Md, both from'NTC. Great action was taken. There were 20
ponsible for conducting the
Lakes. accidents
by privately owned
competition. ,
vehicles and by government vehicles -
: It has been noted in a memo-
CPO WivesChangeNight randum from Assistant Secretary -

Some 17 tickets are awaiting of Defese that the use of
Of MeetingDate disposition.
w appropriated or nonappropriated -

for the regular monthly funds for participants in .

meeting of CPO Wives Club has I Sixth Nuclear Submarine the contest is prohibited.

been, changed to December 7, Due Launching Dec. 19 Details of the tourney, which
The Club will meet the first is' encouraged but not sanctionedor

Monday of each month hereafter. The nuclearpowered attack ([ something like that) by the

:; submarine Scorpion (SSN589)is Government, were given in last
This month's gathering is slat- ,
due to be launched Decem-
f h week's Jax Air News.A .
ed to start at 2000 at the CPO ber 19 at Groton, Colfh. She will

,Club dining room. A Christmas A ROYAL SUGGESTION An improved method of securinglast be the sixth nuclear sub launchedthis
baby rabbit had been
Party for members will follow round lock pin feeders netted a 200 dollar Beneficial Sug- pestering -
the meetingMrs. gestion Award to an employee of Ordnance Shop of O&R re- I year. his mother all day. Finally
cently. The suggestion entailed drilling a small hole in a stop Scorpion will be, sister ship of the exasperated parent replied -
Ed Weller and Mrs. Bob pin to permit safety wiring to a "bleeder" plug, preventing it i the USS Skipjack, launched In :

Kohler will be hostesses. All from falling out when pin vibrates out of position. Surveyingthe May of, 1958. Scorpion is sched- "You were pulled out of .a
improved mechanism are (left to right) Ruben Copeland,
wives of CPOs are welcome to Supervisor of Ordnance Shop, Louie Royal, recipient of the uled for commissioning in June magician's hat now stop .ask

attend. award, and Capt. Thomas, B. Haley NAS Jax O&R Officer. 1960. ing questions."

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Peg. 4 JAX AIR NEWS 3 December 1959

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43 .>
Units Hit
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100 Percent .. ,

CC-UF MarkSome ,. +

43 individual units within e.

the 13 commands participatingin ir
the recently concluded Com- H7b

munity Chest-United Fund Drive KI.
for Naval activities in the Jacksonville -

area batted 100 percent, _
or better. I

Campaign officials were quick { m___
to point out that such percentages I Far- Rent

could be deceiving, because it, Garage apt. compl. furn., tile bath,
does not necessarily reflect the hdw. firs. 5039 Palmer Ave. (Lake Short)

per capita contributions'-that is,' ( EV Furn 90540.hi,. trtr. large (jalousie Fla. rm,
the average donation per person $60 per mo. SP 1.2685 after 4 p.m.
within the unit. The larger the 2-Bdrm brick duplex $90 per mo 5319

population the more difficult it Pylmouth St. EV 4-5165. '
is (o achieve a high per capita F 3-Rm gar. apt., furn. Avondale, $50
I per mo. 1648 Seminole Rd. corner of
contribution, they pointed out. I.-. : Oak. EV 95519.
......., _
FINAL TABULATIONS of do- -v 3-Bdrm hi,. completely redec. Elee
nations will not be possible for COFFEE WITH-CAPTAIN Public Works Department of Kit 4505 Blrkenhead Rd. EV 7-5047
several r the Station has inaugurated a program of honoring three out- after 3:30 p.m.
more days. Latest fig- standing Department employees each month. Capt. J. Henry 1-Bdrm. unfum. apt-tile bath, kit
ures show that military and civilian Etter, NAS Jax Public Works Officer, (right) plans to hare the equlpt. heater. $55 per mo. 347 E. 20th
personnel of Jax Navy recipients have coffee with him as a means of getting to know Street. EL 6-0614 after 4:40.
complex contributed $71,214 fora his, personnel better. First month honored employees are, from 3-rm furn apt. priv bath, conv tobus
101.7% effort. The left J. R. Merkel, Office Machine Repairman Mrs. Margie and shop center. 747 King St. Riverside .-
goal, com- Sunday, December 6 Williams, Housing Office, and ,Mrs. Jeanette Reffly, Utilities apply 749 King itreet after 5 p.m.
puted near the end of the drive ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL Division. weekdays

when all individual unit goals 0830-Service of Worship. 4-rm furn apt Ortega. Avail. now. EV
were revealed, was $71,000.A 4-5715 Lcdr. Anderson, ext. 243.
0930--Sunday School, three-
3-Bdrm kit equlpt. Wall to wall car-
large chunk of the $71,214, year-olds through adults, Building Employee Recognition Policy petlng. conv to NAS and Cecil.' Mrs.
about 47% of it, came from NAS 722; Adult Bible Class, Chaplain Watkins, Extension 789. '
Jax Group, comprising 23 indi- Wolfe, in Small Chapel. 5-Bdrm bungalow complelty furn. living -
vidual units. The 6,395 personnelin 0930-Service of Worship.* Started By Public WorksPublic rm fully equip, elec. kit. Jax Beach,
$80 mo. RA 4-7385.
the Group contributed per
$34- 1100-Service of
2-Bdrm furn apt. Gas and electric pd.
217.23, 108.6% of NAB goal of 1830-Teen-Age and Senior Works Department of NAS Jax has inaugurated a five minute to Naval Air Station 204

$31,500. High Fellowships, and United program for recognizing employees of the department who River Road, Orange Park.

Broken down further, Over- fellowship of Protestants,Build- constantly! demonstrate a high degree of industry, efficiencyand For Sale
3-Bdrm 1% bath lot
haul and corner Parqu.tfloors.
Repair Department of ing 722 and Small Chapel.
enthusiasm. 4Vt% FHA loan
"THIS LITTLE tete-a-tete is not ownersequity
was biggest single ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL
Recognition comes in the form: 7340 Wonder Lane EV 7.1386 or
contributor, with a collection of 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. only to recognize these Individ- NAS 251.3Bdrm.
$15,041 or 107.7%. Other big ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL of a monthly invitation for three uals but also permits the Public 2 bath Red brick hi,. 6411
.single donations came from Pub- Naval Hospital employees from various divisionsto Works Officer to become better Colbalt Ave. N. Cedar Hill Estate SP

lic Works Department and Sup- 0630-MAM. have coffee with the Public. acquainted with employees and 12058.5-rm hse.4>ath, gas heat, In Philadel
ply Department, of NAS Sax, 0930-Protestant Service. Works Officer. their work", said Capt. J. Henry I phia. Close to ASO Philly. Mary Thomp-
with $5,517 and $4,662, respectively Etter. Public Works Officer.I lon, extension 8110.
--------- ------------ rFirst
; USS Saratoga, $5,056; USS employees to be so hon- 3-Bdrm 2 bath h... Equrfy 1,000, $82 '
Roosevelt; $3,835, and USS Essex, &i1e ored enjoyed their "coffee" with I paymts6536 More f Dr.,,Oak Hill ManorSP
$3,216. The latter three ships Capt. Etter last Wednesday. They
3-Bdrm h.. In Peniacota. hardwood
participated under banner oJ Mrs. Jeanette Reilly, a
3s ? were floors tile bath kit equlpt. Garage. 4 Ih%
Fleet Air Jax which netted a clerk-typist in the Utilities Division FHA loan, $51.05 month. Ltlg| A. S. Morton .
total of $21,183," or 100.9%. r>:a f 1 3 ; Mrs. Elmer Williams, 518 Lakewood" Road, Pensacola Flor-
OF THE 13 management aid-typist ida. '
participating com- ..V: :: housing
mands, nine recorded percentages with the Housing Branch of Ad- Tut. thru Fri. from 1557

exceeding 100%. They were x ministrative Division, and James Charon Rd. to Bldg. 901 Arrive 0800,
Recruiting Office, 312.7%; Naval Merkel, typewriter repairman, depart 1630 Ext. 206 or EV 9-6843.
Hospital, 137.1%; Fleet Air Wing with Maintenance Division. Lost-A white 5-month old toy French
11 127.9% NS Poodle, lost In vie. of quarters area on
Mayport, %; MRS. REILLY, a civil service
Station. Finder call, Capt. Etter at Extension -
NARTU, 112.5%; NAS Jax, employee for 17 years, has been 205/215 during office hours or
108.6%; NATTCenter, 108.4%; with Public Works since 1948 503, home phone. Reward Is offered for

Marine Aviation Detachment, .4_ and previously with Overhauland information leading to Its return.
103.4%, and Commander Fleet Repair Department for five Lost-Ladies yellow gold wrist watch
Air Jax, 100.9%. years. Mrs. Williams, who has with black band. Finder please call EV
9-8347 REWARD.
Percentages of other commandsincluded' 15 years' civil service experience,
Ride Wanted-from Lake Shore and
Industrial Manager'sOffice has been on her present assign- Birkenhead, Hrs. 0800 to 1630 Mrs. Watkins -
92.1%; NAS Cecil Field, ; s.aX ,Y ment since 1950 and seven years extension 789.
74.6%; Naval and Marine Reserve before that with NAS Norfolk; Additional rental and for sale

Training Center, 71.5%, Merkel has been employed at information may be attained by

and Destroyers at Mayport, __=-""''""'. ___....._..;_...> .:;,}:n"'T:tv..,,,'<;:.;.iIii\.;:;'ts::!..... .;:>h:"". .... -:" Public' Works since 1945. contacting, Center the Dependents'at the Main Information -
37.8 .
% STATION SCOUTS SCAMPER SOUTH-Attending annual Gate, Building 13, extensions 8605or
Under the two men
Units of Fleet Air Wing 11 Boy Scout Day and camporee at Silver Springs, near Ocala last program : 8606.
that became members of the weekend were 21 boy scouts from Troop 131 of NAS Jax. Dur- from the operating divisions and
"100 Percent Club" were, VP-18, ing course of the two-and-one-half day outing the boys enjoyed one from the staff divisions will
nightly campfires and visited such points of Interest as Silver be selected monthly for their FRA Branch 126
%; Staff, 129% VP-5 120%
; ,
Springs a deer ranch and Ross Allen's Reptile Insttute. Setting outstanding efforts.'Supervisors .
and VP-16, 119%. up one of some thousands of pup lents after arrival on the 6(). Seeking MembersThe
, UNITS UNDER'NAS' Jax ban- acre wooded campsite are left to right, Tommy Mertz and Bobby nominating em- Fleet Reserve Associa-

ner going over the top were Na- Oechilin, both of Station Troop 131. tion is looking for you.

val Training Devices Center "Unity of purpose and action -
241.3%; Industrial Relations Great Books Group To Meet concider : should and will spell suc-

Dept. 191.2%; ComNabSix, 178- ; ; cess, if we put our shouldersto
.9%; Navy Area Audit, Office Next gathering of the Station's bility; attendance; and beneficial the wheel and do our Individual -
ing a member of this group are
Great Books Discussion I suggestions submitted.The "
part, report leadersof
175.2%; Public Works Dept. being sought. Attendance at first
Group is planned for next FRA Branch 126 in gettingan
167.2%; Marine Barracks, 146- Mon-I two meetings has averaged 20
.9% Medical ay, December 7, at absent-minded professorwas active membership cam-
Department 146-
; I and an increase of five or six
awakened from"a
Mainside Library. deep sleep paign off to a start.P. .
.8%; Disease Vector Control I
persons would allow for the formation -
Center, 136%; Dental Dept. 117- Subject of the meeting's dis-' of another group, says by the ringing'of his telephoneat W. Hetz, AEC, of the
two o'clock in the
.3%; Supply Dept. 115.8% Oper- cussion will be "Antigone" by Margaret Clees, Station Librar- morning. Association appeals to eligible
ations Dept.' 109.1%; Overhauland Sophocles. Leaders will..,be Ro- Stumbling out of bed he pick- candidates to make Branch 126
Repair Dept. 108.6%; Navy bert Chesnell and Mrs. Raymond' ian.It's felt, according to Mrs. ed up the receiver only to heara the largest. in the Southeast

Exchange, 106.2%; Administration Hook. Clees; that more persons wouldbe voice ask, "Is this one, one, region.
Dept. 103.5% Area I' one, one?" The national body of the
Wage Persons interested in becom- allowed to join in these discussions -
and Classification Office, 102%; if there were two groups "No," mumbled the professor, Association has adopted a
ply, 122.2% Aviation Ordnance I "This is slogan of ( for 50" in
Comptroller Dept. 101.6% House- ; meeting on different evenings.She I number eleven, eleven; 160,000
hold Goods Field Office, 100%. School, 118.3%; Administration, has also announced that "Oh, please pdrdon me," said attempting to increase its
NATTCenter units 116.5%, and Medical, 113.2%. the voice "I'm ranks.
exceeding two sets of First Year Readings I sorry that I dis-
their goal were Military Per- Percentage Breakdown of Individual have been donated to the Library turbed you." For more information, con-

sonnel, 162.3%; Aviation Officers units in the other par- by the All Wives Officers "Not at all," replied the prof, tact Secretary of Branch 126,

School, 144%; Dental, 144%: ticipating 'commands was not Club and the Great Books Foun "/ had to get up to answer the Box 1775, Yukon, Fla., or. any
Training Facilities, 127.5%; Sup- announced. dation. I phone anyway. FRA member.




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3 December 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

Day Dreaming Is Not Recommended For Alert Drivers I

At any time-to anybodythe
unexpected can happen, and often immediately in back of him. alert, except, of course, our But he's on his way hasn't

does, especially to the driver who He comes out of his dream Walter Mitty at the wheel.A heard a thing. Point an accusing

day dreams. \ long enough to decide to make, pedestrain, seeing his flash- finger at him and he'll say:

Here i comes one now; let's them to decide against making, ing turn lights, decides this is "Me? Why, I'm just an average; r
follow him. a left-hand turn. In the mean- a safe time to begin crossing the motorist, wishing no one harm

Right now he's -picking' up time, he throws on his turn sIg- street. (He makes it back to and minding my own business.I'm .

speed, rushing to make a green nals. the curb just in time.) sure you're mistaken aboutme.

light way up ahead. He'd make They're still on now, as he The driver now sees his cor- Now I know a driver who's

Just as good time at a slower, continues straight on down the ner, crosses to the left lane really bad ." ,

steady pace, because the lightsare main thoroughfare. Cars are pil- and makes his turn. Behind (It's nice to dream about your

t synchronized this way. ing up behind him; and those him he leaves, at the very least, holiday vacation at home, but With The
The, screech you hear are his approaching slow down a little, absolute hair-raising, ear-split- the trip home and back again

brakes and brakes of 'those too. Everybody's cautious and ting confusion. Is no place for day-dreaming).

Largest Navy Cub Pack 131 I Club No. 2280

Ship To Visit To Collect held week an at impromptu the CPO Club.meeting last

Jim Wood was toastmaster''for

Mayport BasinThe the evening. On the speaker'slist
Toys ClothingCub
were Paul LeBlanc,

Navy's. newest and bIg- Scout Pack 131, sponsored Schatzle, George Foster and

gest fighting vessel, the carrier by NAS Jax, has taken on two I I Larry McLeod.

Independence, is due to visit V s & k itLF worthy projects for the holiday! The latter pair shared Speaker-

Mayport Carrier Basin tomorrow season. of-the-Evening. honors.. .

(Friday) for a 24-hour stay at One is the sponsorship of a from medicine
needy family, with pack mem- Topics ranging
replenishing fuel and supplies.
business fea-
to the motel were
bers collecting food and clothingto
Exact arrival and departure give to the family in time tured by speakers at Tuesdaynight's

times for the huge carrier have for Christmas.The session of Navy Civilian
Toastmasters at Cumberland Road
not been announced. It's the first other service project is
F Community Center.
visit here for the Independence, L' the collection of toys, an annual ken admonished public
which joined the Fleet last Jan- affair for the pack for several
in of teeth in
complacency care
uary 10. years. The Cubs are planning a
door-to-door at homes his "Tooth Decay and Control;
The largest ship afloat is the Ezra Batte tossed in the sales
abroad the Station in
fourth and newest member of the pitch in "Organizing A Toast-
Park and Azalea Trailer Park.
Forrestal-class of carriers. She I masters Club for High School

measures 1,046 feet long, has a The canvassing is scheduledfor Students Andy Planey related
L,,, !, : ;
# y
{ tomorrow from
beam of 252 feet, can carry 100 'M rO (Friday) story of the zany world of 1992as
supersonic jet planes and hasa UI 1500-1600 and Saturday from
<: t.v k k } } told in the novel "Big Ball
6arirR4ts3 t ? r#cif e v.YC his 1300-1400. Persons wishing to
speed of more than 30 knots. of Wax" by Shepherd Mead,
REVIEWING CHAPLAIN CORPS HISTORY Three Sla- contribute toys'should have them
which he reviewed for the audience -
Her flight deck, which meas- tion chaplains discuss history of Nary Chaplain Corps on 184th ready when the Cubs arrive.
ures 4.1 acres, is said to be wide anniversary of the Corps. Looking over Chaplain Corps history ; while Frank Dressler
enough to accomodate both the book are (left io right) Comdr. William Doyle, NAS Senior Catholic The toys will be turned over warned of the many pitfalls in
liners America and the United Chaplain Comdr. Charles Beatty, NAS Senior Chaplain and to A & T Division of Overhauland "So You Want to Own a Motel.
Lcdr. A. D. Prickett, NATTCenter Senior Chaplan. According Repair Department for rebuilding -
States. Individual critics headed
t to Chaplain. Beatiy, the Chaplain Corps was organized. Nor. 28, and painting, then distributed by
evaluator Gordon King
1775. master ,
Sailors aboard-the newest and to needy children.
included Lawton Green, Bill Pur-
biggest of Uncle Sam's flattopslive
cell, Paul Mori, and Max Suter.
in a home-like A reluctant !
Atmosphere. draftee faced the
Dave Moomaw toastmastered the
There are pastel-colored sleep- Scoutinq 1 1 Squa/ dronsVW4 1 Army oculist who asked him to program with Bill Clearman tossing :
ing air "
quarters, conditioning read an eye chart. "What chart?
throughout the ship, fluorescent :.....c """ i...,... asked the draftee. out a few new words for
lighting Highlights included observingthe everybody's vocabulary in his
porcelain wash basins The
and ladies powder rooms for use The squadron has returned actual birth of Hurricane sit down right persevered here and I'll: show"Just table topics forum.
by women guests when the ship from its final i deployment at Gracie, and later her rejuvenation Next meeting is slated for
is in port.Officials. Roosevelt Roads marking the and low-level penetrationof Tuesday at Karl. Hellenthal's
end of another busy hurricane- the year's most severe storm, Deferred because of bad eye Restaurant.
say the Independence, hunting season. The winter train- Hannah, wihch packed winds of sight, the draftee went to a ,

following tomorrow's brief visit, ing cycle has now begun. 150 mph. nearby movie house. When the The young lads were discuss
is due to tie up at Mayport lights came on, he turned to discover -I'
VW-4 compiled a total of 1855 Recent arrivals to VW-4 in- ing their experiences with girls.
again soon. ude Lcdr. Robert Logan, and the oculist in the next "Aw "
hours of investigative, reconna- c) .sniffed one youngster.
isance and storm flights. It flew Ensigns Anthony'Dominick, Rob- seat. "Girls are a dime a dozen.
The lead dog in a dog teamis 390 hours into 10 storms, five ert Burrows, Jonathan Liston "Excuse me," said the draftee "Gee," sighed an even younger -

the only one that gets a change of which became full hurricanes. and George Innes Jr. 'as calmly as he could, "does this I boy, "and all this time I've

of scenery. I .Also, James .Belcher. ,__ AA; .bus go to Mobile?" been buying jelly beans"

Charles Blanchard, AN; Melvin gy}
Bohes, AN; Leon Butler, AA;
LaCarda Cartwright, AMH3; R.
I H. Edwin, AK3; William Fick

Jr., AA; Paul Fitzgerald, AA; 1itu
Darwin Gunnerson, AMHAN;
William Hen d rick, AGAN;

I Ronald Ingram, AN; Anthony :: _
Kamanes, AGAN; Arthur Nobles, t piP185
AN; John Reel, AMSAN; Ramon '
:r. Rivera, AN Harry Jr. .
2. AMS2; Aire Wait, AEAN, and

Dougles Wright, PHAAN.
i;.45, ''' VP-16

Patrol Squadron 16 is planningan

All Hands Party at Cedar ,
Hills National Guard Armory

tomorrow (Friday).. i4 b r _
4 Congratulations to Lt. R. T.

Lemon on his selection to the
rank of lieutenant commander'and

'' to Lt' jgs) H. W. Alton andR. ::1
tion. R.to McHugh lieutenants for their promo-

9Y Welcome aboard to Lcdr. TedP. _

Morgan, William Stanley, --:_.,.;..'';y,'r1,,>,'''....';.>...- 4t./,*..;,,: ;.. ,,;
ATR3, and H. F. Daniel Jr.,
.r v' ktey : RAA. Comdr. William B. Miller
L ; (right) retiring Administrative Officer of Staff ,of Commander
.. _. VP-16's commanding officer
.r y LEADERSHIP SCHOOL HONORMAN Milton Myette, AO1, Comdr. L. T. Barco Jr., extends him by fellow workers for his winning the Bandstand Watch-
(left) attached to Aviation Officers School at NATTCenter, "well done" to all hands for ing Championship. During his tenure at ComNab Six, Comdr.
receives honors for being the top graduate of the recent graduating their fine showing during Nov- Miller is reported to have concentrated on his work by turning
class at the Center's Naval Leadership School. Capt. RobertJ. from his desk and staring at the Station's Band Shell across
had totalof
Fleming, commanding officer of NATTCenter, presents My- ember. The squadron a the street. He reports the bandstand hesn't moved yet. Amusedat
ette with plaque and certificate. 908 flight hours for the month. his story is Comdr. John H. R. Fehler his replacement.



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Page 6 JAX. AIR NEWS December 1959

Christmas Shopping SpreeBegins : &" '7 "' '} .: :',

I At Navy {

What more could a person want this Christmas

'thought of knowing )le's given a gift that can be 'ii '3 '* t1t (

appreciated! something that is "just what I've

wanted. that would be
At Navy Exchange Retail gifts

Stores aboard. the Station, recipients on your ,.,. 4: fr 'xbaa
Toys for toddlers .' >> '
Christmas shoppers are being $ : ::.t. b ;%'}}w<: j : >k
clude sturdy rattles >.
'; :;ao. >
afforded a good chance to pur-
chase balls, hobby horse,
something to please that
mals and dolls round
someone, with shelves at the ,
blocks. Avoid'toys
three stores well-stocked with
merchandise.AND swallowed or dolls
tachable eyes.
TO make it easier for
working folks, the stores have For youngsters 3-6,

set,night hours during the Yuletide furniture ,toy garden
shopping shop tools, drums,
blocks, telephone,
The Retail Store at the Naval
sets, clay, crayons, NEW GRAY LADY GRADUATES The latest class of Gray Lady candidates were graduat-
Hospital will, remain open Tues- and paper. Avoid at the Naval Hospital Chapel last week. The graduates, numbering 31, heard a welcoming ad-
days until 2000 until Christmas flammable materials from Hospital commanding officer, Capt. Alton C. Abernethy, (center, rear.) Left to right
The Mainside Navy Exchangeand that break, (front row) Mesdames Charles Baumeister Herbert Colt, J. Dillon, Leroy Hanson, Jerry Foley,
Toyland will keep their doors Eddins, Will Rohlflng Loren Shaver and B. J. Scott. Second row, Mesdames A. P. Grubbs, C.
open until 2000 on Thursdays.In edges. Huffman, Raymond Madonna L. P. Zeola, John Sullivan, S. T. Veatch, Henry Wernet, Maury
FOR "OLDER" and A. J. Nemoff. Rear Mesdames Charles Beatty, David Leslie,John McCarthy, B. L. Me-
addition, the Mainside store useful gifts would Robert Miller, chairman of Gray Ladies, Capt. Abernethy, Mrs. K. R. Wheeler, Mrs. B. G.
and Toyland will stay open Sat- animated electrical Mrs. Stephen Sloane and Mrs. Jay Maze.
urday, Dec. 12 and Dec. 19 until toys o __ _
1300. All three stores will closeat and games accessories, doctor or, nurse toy Oldest City' To Play Host

1300 on December 24.

THE FAT, jolly old man with ing Little items girls and usually small Servicemen. This Saturday

hair of - --- - ---- -- -- --- ---- ----
long silvery white is .
t dresses pajamas
scheduled for his party again the city of St.
usual appear-
and handbags with transportation will be approxi- SNOTES.
ances here from his North Pole us tin e Jacksonville's
g ,
side. A boy should mately two dollars for the round
station, chatting with youngstersand situated some. 40 '
his first pair of long trip.
getting their wishes for his south on U. S. 1, is con- .The monthly CPO Club VIP
coat, sport. coat and The Ancient. Cry's USO has Luncheon is slated for Wednes-
Christmas Eve visit.
USO Pal Day for all
shirt. planned a well-rounded Dec. 9 at 1130. Guest speaker -
Santa ,Claus will be at Toy- in uniform this program day, ,
land Pre-teens and for the day at its 63 St. George will be Cong.Charles E. Ben-
Friday, Dec. 11 from 1200- '
enjoy receiving a street location from, 1800 to 2200. nett.
1530 and again Dec. 21
Monday, ,
day is an annual occurence
graph (hi-fi), Steak "is on the menu and
at the
Included in the of sight-
The Nation's Oldest City. group
He will also be hand jewelry, luggage, luncheon cost will be one dollar.
on to wallet "clothing, 13 sight-seeing spots will i seeing attractions that will admit
talk to' youngsters, both the their doors free to uniform- servicemen in uniform free and Annual Christmas Party for
equipment and
small kind and the grown-up servicemen. Wtyes of' service their families at reduced 'rates, underprivileged children of this

variety, at the Hospital Retail Next week, a list will be admitted( at half- are: Potter's Wax Museum, Rip- area is scheduled for Tuesday,
Store on Friday, Dec. 18, from gift items will be while special children's ley Museum, Old Jail, St. Augustine Dec: 22, at 1100. ..

1200-1530. adults .on your will also prevail. Alligator Farm, Lightner The annual New Year's Eve ,

Santa Claus will have free artist"Y FREE 'guided tour of the his I Museum, Moonshine Exposition, Dance is being planned for
gifts for his young friends and a Plans 'BeingContinu.d I town will be given on Fountain of Youth, Caspers Alli- Thrusday, Dec. 31. Tickets area
photographer will be on. handto trains every hour and gator Farm, Oldest School House, must for this event due to

snap their picture with Santa. ( from throughout the day. Spanish Fort, Oldest House, La space limitation, and they'll go

THE NAVY Exchange has pre- Civilian Passenger will also be free trans- Leche Shrine and Old Sugar on sale in a few days. .

pared a partial suggestion of I cer of 6nd, tickets on the city's buses. Mill.
ordered before'Dec..
commands and depart- Special prices will be given
Furlough rates aboard the Naval Air Sta-
train passengers if should report to the Service groups for horse drawn carriage TheWATER

wearing proper Offices within com- rides through the city. ,

produce written or to NAS Service
I as leave papers or Office, extension In-I, I "This blueberry pie tastes odd, LINEAlthough

For purchasing round number of personnel desiring honey." final results of the

}, 3Y ets, passengers may to St. Augustine. I "Perhaps 1 put toomuch blu- Jacksonville Tri Club championship -

10 percent discount IS EXPECTED ,that bus I ing in it." have not been officially an-

LOCATED in nounced, the Navy Jax Sailing
aboard NAS Jax, the g Club fared well.

tion office operates 'Based on total accumulated

round, coordinating ploints, John Mason, defending
transportation for champion from the Rudder Club,

L ? ,, commands in leads in Bantam Class, closely
? including those' at NAS
: ) 55 followed by NJSC Bantam' 572,
S: a. ? VbLx. TTCenter Jax, Cecil 1St: a: skippered by Bob McWilliams of
NS Mayport.The AE"B" School.

office also ;; NJSC Bantam 571 trails by a
S r at travel arrangements mere one point, and was skip-
nel attached to NAS r peed by Lcdr. V. F. Andersonof
NS Green Cove FAW-11 Staff. NJSC Bantams

Set up in 1944, the 573 and 574 trailed only .slightly.

has increased its 'ext meeting of the NJSC is
itary personnel each scheduled for .December 8 at
800 servicemen were 1930 in the Quiet Reading Roomof

SACK TIME Just when af.13 the unit last ,year. King Hall, adjacent to the

Arlene Howell seemed to be in Library.
the bag, out the pops nicely attired FLIGHT TRAINING f :;j Important agenda items include -
for Old Man Winter The' Volunteers for the
changes to the Constitutionand
Miss USA of 1958 now turns training *
up regularly on Warner's "77 program Ji By-Laws,' integration of the
sought by BuPers.Commissioned .
Sunset Strip" TV series. Sailing Club into the overall

II sailing facility, appointment of
Ensign Gore Captures ing invited to apply : nominating body for election of

Officer School Honors gram to meet fiscal kYbs kYbsx : officers, firm plans for participation -

Ensign James Gore was declared of 1,000 trainees. in the Gator Bowl Regatta,
be less than 26 at
honorman at the recent and a report on current status .
graduation 'of Aviation Officers'. submitting 1 ..., ,--- .....- ........ '..mVHNfl...... of the sailing facility clubhouse
School at NATTCenter have successfully NAVAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Part of the group of 60 new being renovated.
I semesters of members of the Naval Affairs Committee of Jacksonville Area
Ensign Gore, who is from I I With imminent
or its equivalent, and, Chamber of. Commerce learn first hand the story of ihe repair departure of
Bloomfield, N.J., now heads for I prescribed physical and renovation of a 300 gallon fuel cell from a Jet aircraft at such stalwarts as McWilliams,
Fleet Air Intelligence School at, NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Department. Explaining the pro Comdr. Rich, Doc Moore and
Alameda, Calif. is Bill Purcell, foreman of Repair and Ground Check Maj. Van
Rope, excellent
I I'Daffynishuns f Sign in Beatnik : Division. Chamber members visited practically every nook and I tunities await oppor-
members for
rent- one-room cranny of O&R last Tuesday. Prior to their O&R tour, the group new
; Psychiatrist lunched at the,M_ ainside Enlisted galley, the first time for such being assigned one of the Ban-
thinker tinker. bath. Suitable for an a group. tam craft.r .



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Jax Navy Hot 0' Cold

., a.4.:.. .

'h: In AAU Fight Openers

Jax Navy pugilists came away with a hot-and-cold per!
formance in the first night's competition at the Florida AAU

Boxing Tourney at the Main St. Arena Monday..
k, Four Flier mittmen went downto
Frank Glover of Wilder AC de-
'FJ 3. t'w ; defeat while two others looked
cisioned NATTCenter's
impressive in garnering first Charley
ilennaha at 147 pounds while
; round wins. All six Jax Navy
Ken Kitchens 156-pounder, was
boxers on opening night foughtin
losing decision to Ft.
a Bragg'sBen
the Novice Division.
a Stewart.ON .
fa JAX NAVY'S small but prom- THE credit side of the

ising crop of Open Division fighters ledger, Jack Nally of VA-44

were slated to make an out-pointed Jim Williamson of

appearance Tuesday night. Fin- Donaldson AFB in a 165-pound
JTcFT.K t ra i in1 .> i Ath@a.Avn wJ.,
als in
the annual AAU warfare
TOP-SATED IN STATION POLLS for ioubt7 contest while 178-pound Don
Posing photographer Us capture of the were carded for Wednesday
Mainsid and All-Station Touch Football titles, the VW-4 football squad shows the reason why it Caldwell was decisioning Lester
I wu so hard for other teams to score against them in recent league competition. In the line are, night at the Main St. fight em- Flournoy of Wilder AC. .

left to right Jim Griffith, Charlie Brown Joe Martin, Al Markey, Paul Sheddan, Bruce Steinfeldt porium.In Other Jax Navy defeat cam'e
and Jim HaiL Backfielden are Earnest Guinn, Terry Zackowski, Bob Tripp, Don Elrod and Jim
opening action Monday, when John DiFiore TKOd
Jackson. Missing from photo are Carl Hill Bill Johnson Johnny Safford and John Washchysion. was by
the savage blows of Camp Le-
jeune's William Breitzman.

SHORT I 200 CLUBEighteen I Open fighters slated for action

I Tuesday included Henry Strother -
CHIPS [ men entered the 200 club who was to go up against Jim
recently with, several repeaters renewingClub Grant of Ft. Bragg; Jim Mont-

((1f you have information on : membership gomery was slated to fight Mar-
: Among "oldtimen" on the rolli are ciano Malonzo, unattached while
golfing activities of personnel at : 'i y: Fowler, Oper-Ord, 201, Evenoff, Oper-
Tom of the Marine Bar-
the Naval Air Station, contact Ord, 205, Martz, VW-4 "D," 217 Yo- McTigue
Jax Air News Sports Desk, extension FLIERS OPEN NEW I kum, ComFatr Jax "A," 225; Rader, Corn- racks was listed against the
216, or Comdr. Bill Kor- 'Fair Jax "A," 214; Huffman, Supply"A Strother-Grant winner.
," 206 and Duroi, VAP-62 "A," 206.
essel, extension 605.) ; N ALL Y WAS due to fight
CAGE WAR TONIGHTThe Other repeaters: Chancey, FAW-11,
against of
Tuesday Larry Hodges
A word about courtesy on the 206; Scarbrough, Oper-Ord, 202, .Rlementchnelder -
golf course. There's no reason FAETU, 201; Kuttra, Ad. Ft. Bragg while novice Jim
why all cannot exercise Jax Navy Fliers, the usual mixture of veterans and mlnifration, 210, and AAahonskl, VP-5 243. Strickland, 156-pounder, was to

courtesy persons on the Station courseas ;rookies and small, fast men, come out of the brewing pot Some who entered the 'charmed circle go up against Jim Early of Wilder -
do at in unveiling the 1959-60 varsity basketball season tonight at for the first time were Walker ComFairJax AC. 125-pounder James Allen
015 at Mainside Gym. 201; Colllnt, Aircraft Maint, 215; drew Ft Bragg's Lavern Dicksonin
A LIST of common courtesieson The locals coached this great Phillips Oilers. Richardson Youngiton, Oper-Ord, 201; Coleman,
the golf links has been year Gregory and Waites formerly VW-4 "D," 214; Clark, NARTU, 224, and
by Lt. Dick Savage, go against Crabbe, VA-44 Raiders, 219. Such outstanding amateur mitt
starred for FSU Nichols is an
pared by the Golf Promotion ,
Old Southern Foods
slingers as Ft. Bragg's Allan
ex-Gator while Howard
Subcommittee. performer -
The list is avail-
club which boastsof
City League
Hudson three-time Interservice
able cavorted for Wake Forest ,
at the Pro Shop. New golf-
a group of sizable young men. Sports heavyweight king, and Richard
ers are urged to pick up a copy Jax follows the home
CITY LEAGUE followers Navy up Guilford of
cage Camp Lejeune, were
and become familiar with SlatedAll
of the one in fact, are ..tabbing the Old inaugural with a December 10 Banquet appearing in the local fights.
aspects of the Southern crew as potential lea- contest against the Ft. Gordon NATTCenter personnelwho
game. led. PMGC Saints. On December 8, participated in intramural
gue champions They're by
It's also a good idea for so- 6-9 Bob Schloss, ex-U. of Geor- the locals travel to Green Cove sports the past year will be Four Squads
called "old time" golfers to re- gia and Gfbbs Vikings star. Springs to battle the Bullets. I feted at the third annual
view and put into practice the NATTCenter
The Fliers are much of an unknown Sports Banquetnext Unbeaten In
rules of Grand
common courtesy.The entity, having started I First US Prix Is. Wednesday night. The

locker room expansion their practice session only recently I Slated For Sebring, Fla. banquet to be held in galley CircuitVA44's
project is almost complete. En- after a temporary haltingof The first Grand Prix of the three, will begin at 1900. Cage
larged and improved facilities United States is scheduled to be After the meal, which will
the sport prior to start of the nimble Hornets main-
will be a welcome addition and practice season. run December 12 at Sebring Fla. consist of steak and all the
tained their untarnished recordin
further the goal of attaining a trimmings, two local Navy
Frank McCaffrey, veteran Flier The race, marking the first early Mainside intramural
country club atmosphere.AT entertainers will perform.
mentor and now Mainside athle- time European cars have com- basketball action last week, cop-
Wave Alice Tkashenko will
THE annual meeting of tic director, has been runningthe peted for the world title on a ping their third straight win by
the National Golf Foundation, it squad through its paces this U, S. road-type course, is slatedto do interpretive dancing, while tripping Aircraft Maintenance,
Dick McMeekin will
was announced that 311 new week due to the absence of Sav- be contested over 42 laps provide 59-27, and Communications, 53-
regulation-size courses and 41 age, away o'n official business.Jax (218.4 miles). singing and piano selections. 36.

par three courses were constructed Navy and Old Southern "- Despite the Hornets fast get-

in the United States in 1958. played two games last year, away, three other clubs are

The new courses will add more with each club winning one time. close behind with two wins and

than two million rounds of golfto Both teams are opening their no setbacks. The trio is VP-16,
the annual playing capacityof 1959-60- slates tonight. VW-4 and VAP62.IN .

the nation's courses. ALTHOUGH no starting line- OTHER activity last week,

It's surprising to note that in ups have been announced, more the Patrolmen of VP-16 chided

the recent Ryder Cup matches, promising Flier men include O. ;/ 4 Administration, 73-55, with O. C.

won by the US, 8-3%, the I C. Foster, Warren Rouse, Ed Foster ripping the cords for 24

Americans were consistently out Starnes, Jack Dorman, Savage markers. Operations got into the

driven by their opponents. and Al Shepherd: Backing them win column by virtue of a 61-54

up will be Bevo Stuvell, Russ win over the Mad Foxes of VP-5.
(More sports on Page 8)) Masterson, John Safford, Henry VAP-62's Heavy Snappers kept

Walker and 'Buzz Richardson. the race tight with a 65-36 win-
Marines Retake Aiding Schloss from his center ning performance over outman-

post for Old Southern will be ned FAETU. Tom Hoegman
Bowling CrownAfter 6-7 Bill Bosworth, ex-Tampa U. paced the winners with 24

relinquishing the intramural standout; 6-5 Jim Richardson, points.

bowling crown for one player-coach; 6-5 Stu Gregory, THE 679th Air Force split in

year, the keglers of Marine 6-2 Bob Nichols, Bobby Waites, two tilts, dropping a 51-39 ver-

Aviation i Detachment have Tom Howard and Don Miller. dict to the strong VW-4 com-
Miller once played for the bine, then downing the Devil
'bounced back to gain the champ-
Dogs, 52-42, on an 18-point per-
ionship in the NATTCenter lea- I Flier Tennis Coach Cops formance by Charlie Bell.

gue.Though Riverside Club Tourney In tightest contest of the week,

one night of bowing I. Jax Navy coach and top' player Hospital edged arch-rival Infirmary -

remains, the Marine five has I Calvin Karrh, copped the 61-60. J. W. Securro
outdistanced their nearest oppon- men's singles title in the annual tallied 24 points for the winners

ents, the Ordnancemen of AO, Riverside Tennis Club champ- rA1 while the losers' D. R. Alexander

School. ionships last week at the local _n.._......_._....__..__.......__ ".< m"__ registered 20.
Although the Aviation Electric-I club's courts. VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS Wearers of the All-Siallon
ian's Mate "Blue" squad was The veteran Karrh tripped intramural volleyball crown this season is Aviation Elecirician's Jerry Lollar, new athletic and
within striking distance most of Andrew Ziebe of Jacksonville, Mate School. The Sparkles, perenially a strong team, capturedall recreation officer for the 1st BG,

the season, their play fell off, 6-2, 7-5 in the final round of the marbles this year, defeating VA-44 in the play-offs. 39th Inf., at Ft. Carson, Colo.,
Front row, left to right are "Fingers" Damon Fred Guise Ben
pushing the team down to third what was mainly a duel around Hall and "Slick" Lorbeer. Rear, Jerry Kennedy, "Buck" Calla- is the brother of Chicago White
place, followed by AE "Gold."'i the baseline. han, "Little John" Little and "Doc" Byron. I Sox catcher Sherman Lollar.

8 JAX AIR NEWS 3 December 1959

Volleyball/Squad Yellow Belles, HE frj kr. : Capt. Head
_._ (Continued from Page 1))
Resuming ActionJax Team 7 PaceGirl carrier USS Commencement Bayas

Navy will again be represented it was being commissioned In
on the varsity vol- BowlersIn October of 1944. He was executive -
officer of that ship until
leyball court with hopefulsfor Enlisted Men's Wives Bowl- 1946 and for five
berths on the spike squad
ing League, the Yellow Belle's months thereafter served as its
undergoing workouts for a continued to lead the league commanding officer.
new season. despite a two-game loss this
Tryouts are held daily at week. Their record now standsat After a two-year stint with
Malnside Gym from 1100-1300. 20-10. Strategic Plans Division of Of-
Interested persons should contact fice of Chief of Naval Operat-
Tom McGuckin at 8469or Running a close second are the ions, Capt. Head took over in
"Buck" Callahan at. 8547. Tan Tigers with a slate of 18-12. :
Five returnees are expectedto Standings ajso show Green Hor- Air Control Group Two, :with
form the nucleus: of an- nets, 15-15, White Owls, 15-16, additional duty as air officer on
other powerful Jax Navy Pinkies, 13-17, and 'Blue Birds, staff of Commander AmphibiousForce
team. The Fliers are defend- 1020. Atlantic Fleet.

ing State AAU champions.ThE Mary Ann Warbington of the In 195 he reported for' duty
!' locals 'are' 'expected"to "White Owls put another' featherin with 'the]1 Supreme Allied Command -
get their first competitive her cap by capturing the Europe as an instructoron
baptism of the new season high season, series to, date with a staff! North
December 12 in the Peach 181-170-160-551. She also holds Atlantic 'Treaty; Organization (N-
Bowl Tourney at Atlanta. the high game for the league witha ATO) Defense College, Paris,

206. AT THANKSGIVING MEAL Some 3200 enlisted men and France.He .
PareilsGerry Kathren Felton of Blue Birds their guests sat down to a traditional Thanksgiving dinner at has since served as Assis-
made a bid for high game title Station mess halls last Thursday. Among the family gatherings tant for Inter-American and Con-
by rolling 191. was the scene photographed above. Left to right, clockwise, are tinental Strategic Policy and
Tubbi, Oklahoma's All- R. J. Bean. AE1, of NATTCenterj R. C. Montieth AE1, of FAE.
America center-linebacker a fewa TU Honalene Montieth Mrs. Barbara Montieth, and Mrs. Edna Plans with the Strategic Plans
Officer's Wives Bowling Lea- Bean. Division, in the Office of Chiefof
few years back and now property gue still stands in an unsettled Naval Operations, (he served
of the San Francisco 49ers, condition. Team Seven holds top I Shook Kitty Bites Surprised RescuerThere two tours there) and with Staffof
is at Ft. Chaffee, Ark., for a six with a 24-12 record but,teams Commander-in-Chief, North
months' tour along with former Ten Four and Six are still in was a strange, bumping American Air Defense Commandat
Arkansas grid standout Billy Gil contention, however, noise inside the clothes dryer. tom. Ent Air Force, Colo. before
The Air Force wife had turnedit The major tried artificial res-
bow.With Betty Windham of Team Four coming to Jacksonville.
former Olympic stars Bill lead in individual action with a on after tossing in a pile of piration. The dazed feline
Woosley and Richard (Sonny) 533 set helped by a 203 game. sheets while washing at her homein promptly bit him. AFGE Lodge Sets Election
Tanabe splashing the way a Team 4 capped high team game Ft. Walton Beach. Neither major nor cat were
a team of 25th Inf. tankers swept with a 708 and high series with Puzzled by the loud clamor, identified by the local veterinarian American Federation of Gov-
the Hawaiian AAU Indoor swim-I 2058. she called her husband. The ma- who opined quick recoveryfor ernment Employees Lodge 698
ming and diving championships jor opened the clothes dryer. both. (AFPS). is schedule to meet at Odd Fel-

recently. "Play it with all Two beatniks were taking an Out, on wobbly paws, stag- lows Club, 220 East Monroe St.,
cruise. One saidto the cat. His Lenwood Williams, of Westover,
you've got, was ex-Washington ocean suddenly gered family eyes December 8 at 2000.
Redskin gridder Johnny Canon's the other: were glazed, his tongue lolled AFB, Mass., played a major role
advice to Ft. Stewart, Ga., little "Hey, man, like look at all that out of his jaws. His fur stood in the Air Force's third place Annual election of officers is
leaguers 'on his recent visit. water. straight up. He made gasping finish in the 7th annual National to be held and all members are
"Crazy: And that's only the sounds as he staggered around AAU Judo Championship by win- urged to attend and cast their
(More Sports on Page 7)) top of it." the floor. He was one shook-up ning the overall tourney title. ballots.fage .

Schedule of Special Serv ices Activities and Facilities for Dec. 3 9

MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
J NAS. Bldg. 612 1900 only 1800-2000 1800-2000 1400 & 1900 1800-2000 1800 & 2000 1900 Only
Jay Hawkers Jet Over The The Flying Tarzan's Greatest Bobbkins Web of Evidance Look Back in
Atlantic (Fontaines) Adventure Anger

NATTCenter, Bldg. 563 1900 only 1900 only 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
1001 Arabian Ngt. Jay Hawkers Jet Over Atlantic The Flying Font. Tarzan's Great. Bobbkins Web of Evidance

Hospital 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
Sad Horse 1001 Arabian Jay Hawkers Jet Over Atlantic The Flying Font. Tarzan's Great. Bobbkins


, NAS, Bldg.3 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

NATTCenter, Bldg. 583 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


NAS, Bldg. 855 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

NATTCenter, Bldg. 513 .
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2\00: 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1600-2200

Blue Jackets Inn 1630-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
Jimmy Gieger Stanley Bros. Bingo

EM NATTCent" 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300
1630-2300 1200-2330 1400-2330 14002330EM

NARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1630-2330 1630-2230
NAS Outdoor Pools Secured For Season

NATTC Outdoor Pools Secured For The Season

NATTCentll' Gym 1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB
NAB Bowling 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1300-23000B 1300-23000B 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB .
2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 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

Golf Course 0830-ark OS30-Dark 0730-1800 0800-1800 OS30-Dark OS30-Dark 0830-Dark

Filh Camp 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800.y hr. 080o- hr.
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed

Hobby Shop Bldg. 89S 1400-2100 1400-2100. 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100

Indoor Swimming Bldg. 614 1600-2000 1600-2000 1130-2000 '1200-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000