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:' \ :: : : Medicare's Cutbacks May Be Restored

With Generous 1960 AppropriationsMedicare

one of the most permits before going to civil- procedures, except for mater-
important fringe benefits for ian doctors or hospitals.Also I nity.Medicare
military families, may get a cut was treatment by is asking Congress
big boost in 1960. civilian medicos of fractures, I for $88 million for fiscal 1960,
'{:Ya4s'sp X ki MC < \K s asp Officials say they are"study- dislocations, lacerations and I quite a bit more than was

ing" the possibility of "rein- other wounds not requiring authorized In 1959.
stating of the care"
some cut
hospitalization; treatment of Even if some care is restored -
from the program last year.
The 1958 restrictions set upa acute emotional disorders, not though, it seems that

46 system so that dependents needing hospitalization and the permit system is here to

living with sponsors must get pre-and post-surgical tests and stay.


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OVER SIDE James Vincent -

EN3, submerges into St.
Local Sailors
Johns River from deck of a Vol. 17 No. 19 U.S.N.A.S. Jacksonville, Florida 16 July 1959

YSD to get the feel of diving
Readying For before attending diving school. Jax Reserve

Helping him are, left to right
SchoolFour Glen Cummings, MRC, Joe A1RANSCt1YtR
Diving Gibson, EM3, and Bruce NAS SANFOA9ON } : Units Begin

NAS Jax sailors last week Rounds, MR1.
underwent training in correct I MAP Training

diving procedures and use of New ID Card
underwater diving gear at the Newly-commissioned VP-

Station's boathouse, prior to attending Now Available 743 is currently on its two-
a six-month diving i week summer "hitch" at NAS

school. The new ID card (DD2N) Jax. The NARTU Jax outfitis
The men have received ordersto is now available for issue to the first of 12 local Reserve
Washington, D.C. to be enrolled units to take summer train-
in the Navy's diving school.As commands aboard NAS Jax. this year.
students, the men will receive Green cards are for active duty r- { 4 ing Jax "Weekend Warrior" groups,

expert training in deep sea div- personnel, red for inactives and having now expanded to 18 In

ing.JAMES for non-pay retired persons and number, will perform annual
Vincent, EN3, Joe Gib- gray for retired persons with pay. training duty in two foreig-
son, EM3, Bruce Rounds, MR1, : countries and four Naval Air
All have
and Julian Parks, MEl, have par- the same design, Stations In the U. S.
ticipated in various salvage job which has not been changed. < EMPHASIS is being placed pn

operation: with divers attachedto Retireds who :wish to change s ',. self-support during the two-
the boathouse for a number of from the "dependent" type card } n s weeks' training for the squadrons:
weeks, receiving first hand information +aiivra The local civilian sailors will
to the gray one must apply to a -- arrar :t iy+ : _.
and experience in div- I FAST SUPPLY ACTION A. C. Worrell, (staled) of NAS be further trained in current
card-issuing activity.The
ing procedures. All were activein Jax Supply Depi. Machine Records Division shows punch card tactics and equipment with Fleet
this work prior to applying change is not required as data Just received by direct line from NAS Sanford io Lcdr.F. units, in accordance with the new
for the-school either form is still valid. Inac- H. Patterson, (right) NAS Sanford Supply Officer The new Selected Reserve concept which
In primary training exercises tive Reservists with the buff- IBM transceiver recently put into commission here, transmits demands an instant state of

here', the men are diving' with colored card will retain this type by wire punch card data to Instantaneously control all materials readiness.
use of scuba and shallow water until its expiration. issued by Sanford. Rear, Capt. Kenneth Wheeler NAS Jax Current emphasis on anti-sub-
gear. Supply Officer.WAVES. marine warfare will send Anti-
LOCAL training is not a pre- Commands desiring to get the Sub Squadrdns VS-741 and VS-
requisite for diving school candi- new-type cards should send an 742' to NAS Norfolk, Aug. 17-30
dates; it is a voluntary service officer to Military Personnel Division REUNION TO and Aug. 3-16, respectively. ,

rendered by divers at the Sta- Room 145, Ad Building. A SISTER squadron, newly-
tion boathouse. commissioned VS-743, will take
According to instructors in the Its first yearly criuse at NAS Jax
local course, they are interestedin HIGH LOW Adm. R. B. Pirie, Deputy Chief of Naval OperationsAir Sept. 21-Oct. 4. deployment bya
helping the diver-to-be suc- will deliver the address at the Waves 17th First overseas
AM PM AM PM ([ ), principal Jax squadron will beVP742's
cessfully complete school to the reunion to be held in Jacksonville July 24-26. NARTU
Fri. 4:52: 5:31: 11:02: 11:50: visit to NS Rota, Spain.
extent that
they are willing to
An outstanding for
Sat,5:54: 6:28: 11:51: program Yeoman F Women Marines and outfit will be the first
.indoctrinate the applicants prior The[ patrol
the three-day affair has been
Sun. 6:51: 7:20( 12:44: 12:51: its
to perform
(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 4)) arranged to entertain the antici- ex-Spars. Reserve squadron
HEADQUARTERS for the reunion active duty there, and will be
pated 2,000 Waves, ex-Waves,
will be the beautiful, ultra- active duty Aug. 3-16.
Demise Of Fleet Reserve Wave Reservists, Navy Nurses, modern Robert Meyer Hotel. VP-741 will be based at Port

Admiral 'Pine will present his Lyautey, Morocco, Nov. 9-22.
Eyed By Sea ServicesA address during the banquet on This squadron was the first to
July 25. Capt. Winifred R. Quick, (Please turn to Page 8. Col. 2))
straight retirement upon 20 years active service for Director of Waves, will be guest
enlisted Navy and Marine Corps personnel, doing away with speaker at the June 24 banquet, DowngradedCS
the Fleet Reserve and Fleet Marine Corps Reserve, is a given in her honor. She will also
possibility.Bureau preside at the birthday cake cut- Employees
of Naval Personnel and measure say the two Reservesserve ting ceremony.On .
Marine Corps Headquarters are no useful purpose, since I y rr..t%$ the agenda are a series of Given Break
studying the proposal, accordingto recall provisions were hardlyever ; tours, including trips to scenic Legislation recently enacted by
Navy Times, and are reportedto used except in case of all- points of interest such as St. Congress entitles graded employees ':'

be casting serious glances at out war. Augustine, Marineland, Silver changed to lower grade
Elimination bf the Fleet Re-
the bill. Springs, Cypress Gardens; and subsequent to July 1, 1954, to retain -
SAILORS and Marines who serve set-up would also save r to various military bases in the under certain circumstances,
now finish 20 do not actually money now spent on administering area. A visit aboard a carrier at pay of the higher grade for a
retire from the service, but en- the program, early retire- Y Naval Station Mayport is also period> of two years.
ter the Fleet Reserve or Fleet sent proponents aver. planned. Industrial Relations has reviewed -
Those the other side of the
Marine Corps Reserve. Here theyare on ALSO INCLUDED on the pro- folders of all Station employees -
kept in "stable" and draw fence argue against eliminationof gram will be,a Ball sponsored by to determine who is eligible -
retainer pay for ten years. the Fleet Reserve system, cit- the Junior Chamber of Com- ; for these benefits, and action -

Sea Service personnel may also ing Congressional objection to NEW C.O. Capt. James R. merce, luncheons, garden parties, has been initiated in all
retire on 30 years service. early retirement of military personnel Reedy will assume NAS Jax beach party, yacht cruise and cases of employees found to be

For all practical purposes, the big drain on the mili- command from retired Capt. memorial s rvices. eligible.It's .
members of the two Fleet Reserves Elliott W. Parish Jr. Cap Further, information may be possible there may be some
are considered to be "re- tary budgets for retirement pay Reedy is due to relieve Capt. obtained from the General Chair- who were transferred here before -

tired" personnel. and the possible disruption of change Grayslon of H.comman Weber July ceremonies 20. No man, Lcdr. Eunice Home, USN- July 1, 1954 and who might
SOME PROPONENTS of the enlisted promotion schedules. will be held. R-R, Box 665, Jacksonville. (Please turn to Page 8, CoL 2))



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Capt Grayston H. Weber ... ......... ....._ ......_....... Acting Commanding Officer
BAD MX fleet Alt JftCkMmvU
:Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig _....,.............,....._.............?.__.._............. ... Commander
Capt. O orf. R. Luke ____ .......... .. Chief of Staff rtlrJtx
Capt Uacphenoa: WlUUmi ?........................"..,.............?...?...??.?.? Chief of Staff NAB Six
n *t Ate Wing nTn
Capt Robert M. Winer ........................ ....?.....,..............,...............>.............. Commander
Capt CharlM U Lambing .....?......?.............?............:....................?...... Chief Staff Officer I
If aval Ate Technical Training Center Commanding Officer (

Comdr. Marion K. Smith ........_.............................................................. Executive Officer k

Cant. Alton C. Ahanwthy ............._Raral..._KeapttalCapt ..................._............... Commanding Officer \ :' < cf .
Capt John O. I'ecSer __.: ............_..........._..._.._....__........................ :Executive Officer
i A=TtTCoaadr.
F. H. Holt ...........,....... .................. .... ............................j....." Commanding Officer
William II:. Bard7 ,..__.......... ................................."......... Executive Officer :, +
9f to} :A'; u'p's;

PrtaUd .at..DO. expaue to the government aDd to compliance with !fA ViXos MB
lu17 19S8 Distributed tree of chare: to military and civilian personnel
er fleet Air Jf"l2Slte..IaT"1.Alr'' Btloo. Naval Air Technical Training
... :
AIr wins 11faval Air RCMTV y f
S Training Unit and the U. L .,';: k'

Service Information Officer ........................................... Comdr. Jack Hall *
Aawlstant Service Information Officer .................... Andrew H. Planer'
Editor-Cordon: Robbie; Staff R rters-Alb. Paterson: Ron Davli, AN; : K
Hagan JOSN. Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien. PH3.

nterial Th.! lax appearing Air sown In this Is a publication member of can the be Armed reprlntea 1'_PN_tiding Press credit Service.U "....,.----..-...........-- ....,.........-........,....Zrpuk....S, __'.wn__' "" _' .-.,-r..._......- "
v a. Photographa, vnUea otherwise credited are official U. 8. Wavy Photo- SUPPLY OFFICERS MEET Supply Officers from'Nis"
P' t&&cmorlaI Jax. Jax-based activities. NAS Cecil Field and other area facilities .

temaona 11M.offices e5S. located m.. u.III Boom fd IWD Administration BuJJmDc. PbcIDe NAVY COLLEGE at the first monthly luncheon ask guest speaker, Comdr,

Bernard McCreery NAS Jax Assistant Supply Officer, for more

answers to questions. From left are. CWO Harold Elder. Yellow

Tickets Issued DATA AVAILABLE Water; Comdr. W. T. MacKenion, Glynco: Comdr. McCreery;

Applications are now requested Lt (fg) Roy Lyles. Cecil Field: Lt. A. E. Kollios. Mayport, and

72 Traffic from anyone interested CapL Kenneth Wheeler NAS Jax._

in the Navy Enlisted Scien-

Violators Here tific Education Program (NE- High Attrition Rate VisionedFor

SEP) and for the Naval Re-
Some 72 tickets were issued to
serve Officers' Training) Corps
traffic violators aboard the Naval

Places of interest to off-duty Air Station last month. (NROTC). Navy Senior OfficersSpeaking
peadline for the N ESE P
and in
women the Appearing before the Traffic

Jacksonville area: Officer were some' 41 cases while program is September 15. at the first monthly luncheon meeting of area

Model Airplanes-Flying Reb- the U. S. Commissioner disposedof Qualifications, were outlined in Supply Corps Officers, Comdr. Bernard L. McCreery cautioned
9 Air News.
els Club: For information phoneEL nine violations. his audience that unfortunately officers in the "hump"
Men between 17-21 br if
48331. Following offenses were com year groups "must anticipate continued high selection atrition .
Amusement Park-Jacksonville .mitted during June: reckless background over 21, with to complete enough college school t; to the grades of Commander and Captain in the Supply .

Zoo, between Hecksher Drive and :driving, six; improper parking, and receive commission by 25 Corps." would permit involuntary retire-

Trout River, 'east' of Main street. :'55; failing to stop at stop sign, years of age are eligible for "With present conditions facingthe ment of twice-passed commanders -

Open weekdays, 1500-1700; week- 21; speeding, 19; faulty equip- NROTC at one of 53 colleges. Navy we can effectively utilize at the 20th year of service
ends and holidays 0800-1900. ment, one; involved in off-sta- limited numbers of officers -
See I&E Office, Building 955, instead of the 26th year. j
tion accidents, six; involved in said.
Art-Children's in those grades,
1061 for more information on both "IT IS NOT unreasonable to
on-station accidents 18 other
Riverside Avenue. Open daily offenses, 35. ; programs. INTRODUCED by NAS J a x hope the Senate will pass the

except Sundays, 0930-1630; Jack- Supply Officer Capt. Kenneth form of J Jit
"Hump" Bill, or some
sonville Art Museum, 1550 Riv- The Traffic Officer handed,out Wheeler as the new Assistant ". I
108 restrictions, sent two violators Names New in the near future, Comdr.McCreery
erside Avenue. Open Tues.-Sat., Army Supply Officer, Comdr.McCreery'sfamiliarity stated.

1000-1700; 1500-1800, Sundays, to traffic school, issued with the Supply Corps \

closed on Mondays. warnings to eight, dismissed Aviation DirectorThe promotion picture was I garnered The speaker also outlined pro-

seven cases, four were given visions of a companion ''WhiteCharger"
Astronomy-Jacksonville As- Army has announced ap- during his recent four-year tour
restrictions and sent to the bill advanced by Department -
tronomy Club, meets first Mon- com- pointment of Brig. Gen. CliftonF. in the Navy's Bureau of Suppliesand
manding officer for further I of Defense and supported
day of each month at 2000. Mr. action von Kann as Director of Army Accounts.As .
four cases were forwardedto by the Navy as long-term
E. L. Aviation.The .
president, EL- Head of Personnel Planning
other commands 12 but not as
: were sent permanent legislation
46815. 43-year-old is Office of Directorof
general Branch in the "Hump-
to commanding officer for action a substitute for the
Baseball (Amateur) -City while 29 other violators received both a paratrooper and a quali- Naval Personnel until he reported -

League, week nights at Wood- suspensions.Of fied pilot and will be responsiblefor i here two weeks ago, and bill.A
stock Park, off Beaver street coordinating all of reflection of the "Bulge
; tickets issued during June phases the i as a member of the Navy Group
Tadpole, midget, junior and Army's aviation program. charged with supporting needed Brass" confronting other services

American Legion leagues, on city seven were forwarded to other "hump" legislation before Con- which are not restricted, as is the
commands for action, two were
diamonds daily at 0930 during by visitors and no action was New E-7s Due InitiationsIt's gress, Comdr. McCreery is well Navy, by Congressional number of senior limita-officers
summer vacation. tion of the
Bird taken, and two others were "Rushing Day" today at the versed in Corps' probable promo- dir-
Watching-Audubon So- this bill is primarily
tion structure and the effects of
transferred and had action
no CPO Club when new chief petty "select-
ciety, meets first Tuesday of proposed legislation. ected at permitting the
every month at Southside Pub- taken. l. officers undergo traditional in- ing out of those officers who have
REFERRING to recent Navy
There 18 accidents by doctrination.All
were .
lic in sen-
Library, 1565 Hendricks Ave- not performed adequately
Times headlines announcing end
privately-owned vehicles and CPOs
Mrs. are invited to attend "
nue. W. W. Hendrickson ior grade.
of the Warrant Officer
president RA 4-6355. seven by government vehicles. the affair, slated to start at 1130. programas
"blunt and perhaps misleading THE BILL, according

r Boating Navy Jax Sailing tws : x, ,'.x': w:is}i,:: 4'
Club, meets Sundays for com- 'i''YR' ; ': ., iv ,r.r, z. 52 has Secretaries of the Army,
t. Supply Corps good and
ii a
'}Q ., li:; i;vet's;;;i+:i aVks: x"
petitive racing. Contact Comdr. : .4 qk2.Y Y useful job pattern for warrant Navy and Air Force to convene
Rich at NATTCenter Special :{i a :>,t ; consider
atir\ officers for many years to come. continuation boards to

Services. The Navy's decision to phaseout Senior officer groups for specific

Camera Club Jacksonville : warrant officers came after percentages of early, involuntary

Camera Club, meets on first and ; serious deliberation of evidenceof retirements.

third Thursdays at Art Museum,
exhaustive studies, accordingto "Three proposed White Charger
1550 Riverside Avenue. Mr. L. z.1
the commander, and is in no percentages are insufficient right
Szabo, EV 7-1115.
Clubs way a reflection upon our fine now to alleviate the Navy's problem
: YMCA, 221 Riverside
Warrant Officers. "but
the commander ,
Avenue; YWCA, 325 East Duval ,
street. This decision calls for ultimately the legislation would probablybe

having LDO ensigns and useful within the next ten

Coin Club-Jacksonville Coin f. i 'f 1JJ\/ E-9's take over warrant billets, years."
Club, meets second Thursday of with qualified Warrant Officers
month at Mayflower Hotel at Comdr. McCreery, commissioned -
moving to LDO..
2000. Mr. V. J. Ambrose, EL- 2 f :.;i.itiv.Y IN an ensign in 1940, is a grad-
3-8212. DEFINING the ulI u m p" uate of the U. of California at
bill, Comdr. McCreery outlinedthe
Berkeley and attended the Naval
Dancing Northeast Florid two ,
provisions the Navy is
Dancers Supply & Finance School, phila-
Square meets at YMCAon .
seeking. In its
present form
Riverside avenue first Mon- bill provides delphia. During WWII he servedin
days at 2000. Mrs. W. L. Camp, permissive the South Atlantic Fleet and
authority to
convene boards
EV 8-3889; Fun and Frolic Square consider to later 'with Task Force 38 in the
captains who have ser-
Dance Club, meets Tuesdays at Pacific.
ved five
years grade, and similar -
2000 at Woodstock Playground { action to consider Except for his recent work with

Community Center. For information ".... ... .._-- ''IIIl manders twice failed of selectionto com- Officer Personnel, Comdr., Mc

call EV 89287. FAREWELL TO THE TROOPS Lcdr. Julian Bradberry, grade of captain.: Creery's duties have been pri-

Handicraft Hobbyland Craft (left center), accompanies Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman. NATT- Already marily concerned with Aviation
.Center commanding officer, on inspection of the Training Cen passed by the House
Center, Brentwood Park at 25th and Supply, including tours in Com-
ter's Medical Department personnel. Lcdr. Bradberry, a Medical presently under scrutiny in
street. Open weekdays 1500 to officer retired from active service July 1 after more than 30 executive committee in the Sen- NavAir Pac and BuAer, duringhis

1730 and 1900 to 2100. years Naval service. ate, the proposed legislation Naval career.

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9 July 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Pago 3

Pacific Fleet Costly In Several Ways

Cine Stresses Industrial Mishaps Hit

Linguist Need

TbP! navy is Jn an excellent Hard At Purse Strings

position fa establish #favorable l relation -
t >> with many counties |U its Industrial accidents are dangerous, and they mean lost,

personne{ } extend t Jher| knowledge' working hours, 4amaSe4 material and perhaps delayed
of foreign.{ 'jangjjgesf Aural production. :JJirt always, they are expensive, especially tot

IferbPij p. Hopwood? has .toil his the taxpaYfrl.! ; department. These cases cost the
Pacc: FJeet} t poinuimd.} 't. HAS Jax Safety Superintendent Government $4570.A .
He noted t that United Steles Charles Able, endeavoring to .
citizens have a tendency to avoid stimulate increased safety aware- FRACTURED cost P9
85 absence from
the effort of language proficiency ness, has compilfd an estimateof employee
his to mention personal
work, not
simply because "they what specific have
can manageto
discomfort. But the ,cost to the
be understood in English cost in dollars and cents.
Government and ultimately the
throughout the world.. THE COSTS are first absorbedby
tax was $2252.50, counting
One of the surest Station Allotments and the
ways to make
his sick leave and medical and
'an impression, Adm. Hopwood Department of Labor, but ulti- hospital bills.
informed his fleet commanders, is mately it's the taxpayer who
Motor vehicle accidents on the
'to be able to speak even a small 2 pays.
Station Counting
necessary repair
amount of the vernacular tongue, Based on quarterly report of
work done to Governmentand
especially in courteous phrasesof industrial and motor vehicle accidents -
private vehicles. mounted to
greeting and appreciation. during first quarter of $4398.

I HAPPY'HANDS-=-" Alice Tkachenko. DN,-(Mi)f'Afi -' this year at,NAS Jax, direct cost The grand, total paid out for

Mother: "Always remember, Jax Dispensary, has "happy hands" equally proficient at the estimate figures include expendi. carelessness over the three-
son, that we're in this world, to office (above) or on the dance floor (below). Audience approvalwas tures for sick leave, medical care, month was $14,783.86. As
help others.." high for her premier performance at a poolside party for compensation benefits and motor span
Son: "Well, what are the others visiting Midshipmen at Cecil Field, but no higher than that of vehicle property damage. tax payers we can hardly con-
here for?" Capt. J. V. Reilly, (above, right) who rates his pretty assistant HIDDEN or indirect costs'are sider this a good return on our
"outstanding:' The Hawaii-born Wave |II a native of Honolulu. money.
more difficult to appreciate.These .
include loss of time by
Dental Tech' DoublesAs the injured employee and others

who stop work because of curi- ScoutingSquadrons

Hawaiian DancerWhether osity, sympathy or assistance to
the injured, and time lost by

assisting during routine surgical procedure or supervisors assisting injured per-
soloing through the intricate routine of the classical Hawaii. sons investigating the accident,

an hula, Alice Tkachenko, DN, gets "hands down" approval. AZ1' preparing accident reports, cor-
Trained as a dental technicianat recting conditions responsible for VW4A
San Diego, Alice has spent for her upcoming third class the accident, selecting and train- hearty "welcome aboard"is
much of her time in a mau mauor test. As a technician she performs ing personnel to continue workof extended to Lcdr. Chester

grass skirt since she reported dental prophylaxis, is charged the injured, plus continuedcost Krol, Lt. Jack DeBoer, Ltjg) J.
here the end of May. with care and sterilization of instruments of overhead with loss of A. Anderson and Ensign Roger

A NATIVE of Honolulu, where and assists in routine productivity.An Ferguson.
she was elected Home Coming dental and surgical procedures. employee who suffered a Other newcomers are; baby
Queen and Miss Cosmopolitan in Since she has been here, her non-traumatic hernia, possibly as boy, David Daniel, born to Lt
high; school, Alice started dance hands have been almost as busy result of Improper lifting, was (jg) and Mrs. David Harlon,
instniction;at-age two in modern creating rhythmic pictures ag they absent 33 working days. Ills sic, June 10; baby girl, Christie Lynn,
and apcjent# } Hula as well as Ta-, are in the dental lab. leave, 264 hours at 2.03 each, born July 1J \to Lt f ijg) and Mrs.
hitian and Samoan dancing. LCDR. CHARLES Hooper, of- hour and the medical and hospital Barry Hewjett, ?n4 paby '8JF1'
"Dancing is a great love to ficer-in-charge of FleetAir Photo ., : costs amounted to $935.92. Emily, porn' July 14 ty Lf. apd
me," admits Alice; who 'danced Lab, who took charge of the : Simple personal carelessnesswas Mrs. J,pfon! WashcysJ'9P.
parttime during high school at yisiting Middies' party ,at the Ce- probably the .cause of most Lcdr. panny wn|}is was, Cached -
Don, The Beachcomber's, 'though cil Field officers recreational facility of the 457 accidents requiringfirst this weejc' and poor g Des tq
I would.not want to dance as invited Alice to give a aid:' reported by one Station Memphis i 'f?M' fq Un4 9 N.AT-
"' TCenter schooj.t#. ,
a career. Explaining that she performance.She
To Meet t t
"just loves to dance," making a is also included !in entertainment t Employee Lodge
commercial display of it takes a \ at t the subsequent pec|} American Federation of Gov- VP-S'
lot of'fun out of it, she adds. Field\ parties planned for other ernment Employees, ,Lodge 579, After a,busy year of deploy-
ments and participation in -
has scheduled its regular monthly
Claiming an ancestry of Rus- midshipmen groups. On July 2$ *
sian," Spanish, Chinese and Hawaiian she wild dance at{ {tie W yes Reunion meeting for Sunday, July 19, exercises, VP-5 is again conducting -
'the nineteen-year-old in August she's booked sf.i at 1400 at West Union Baptist routine training.

islander ,joined. the Waves after for a bankers' convention at Silver -, Church, 735 Acorn street. Intense operating schedule of
graduating from high school when Springs, and in September All Lodge members are urgedto the outfit was relaxed for a few

she found she couldn't go on to there's plans for a local luau_ I be present, and visitors are hours 'last Friday evening for an
become a commercial teacher as at which she'll perform. welcome. President of the groupis all-hands party at the Cedar
she'd always planned."I ". James Smith with W. F. Gor- Hills National Guard, Armory.C. .
This is Alice' first 'tour on the "
STILL plan to go to college," mainland, and she likes it here. V. '; .?::{lUL: ,, ." .,.,.. don serving as vice-president L. Blansit, AEC, displayed

she says emphatically, "but I'm In fact, she claims, "if I> could outstanding form at the South-
not sure if its teacher trainingI talk my parents into moving Enlisted eastern Regional Pistol Match in
want now that I've workedas here, I would Just as soon live Navy/ Revises Tampa last weekend. He walked
a dental technician." here." away with first place inhis divi-
sion for 45 cal. time-fire. This
"I really enjoy my work," she After boot camp at Bainbridge, / Mark Setup
Eycj/i/qfjon was Blansit's first participationin
says and admits to studying hard Md., Alice returned t to Hawaii competitive firing.
for a visit with her parents and information concerning
Additional( and more complete Welcome aboard has been extended -
Cdr. New Air Force
two brothers who are
Cooper of a revised
( men wiU! now be Available through use
stationed there. enlisted to: J. M. Gardner, AEM-.
And before reporting
Skipper Of VA44Comdr. here she again took t leave Enlisted Performance Evaluation}. $ System. AA and J. A. Smith SA.' "
The: revfsec wiU inaferjajly -
} program
Damon W. Cooper relieved in Honolulu, proving that the Islands t boards\ stations in the near future. Additional -

Comdr. Clifford A. Mc- have an aloha Lure eyg n t{ aid tq} the sejectiqn Phjef of Jfayal according \ forms. may be obtained} MATS To Weigh '
Dougal as commanding officer of for natives! Personnel. through regular ch nne1s.
Attack Squadron 44 during ceremonies Hcind-Carrie, Bags
THOSE PAY grades affected Reverse side of the revised
Tuesday} at NAS Jaz. Annual Corps Contest be E-5 through E-9. For BuPers 782 will carry informa- The Military Air' Transport;

Comdr. McDougal is headingfor Slated For September dose( in grades E-l through E-4, from Service; will charge some hand-
I will tion concerning the fan carried !items against air traveler -
duty with the Staff, CinCPac, I Washington (AFPS-The) fifth present'Eval ation System until
date of the
first enlistment baggage weight allowance.Such .
remain in effectMajor
in Hawaii. annual Marine Corps Techniqueof
Instruction change brought about report. Copies of subsequent reports items overnight bags,
Comdr.Cooper comes here from contest will be de- as
duty as executive officer of the cided here at Marine Barracks, calls for a copy of Evaluation Re- will then roalce a chronolgical cosmetic cases, brief cases, cartons -
USS Independence (CVA62).Heis 8th and "I" Streets, when the ports for grades E-5 through E-9 history of billets, task and assigned and packages will be weighed -
a WWII veteran of the Pacific finals are held Sept. 27-Oct. 2. to be forwarded to BuPers for and marks. and added to overall baggage
Theatre. I Sponsored by the Marine Corps inclusion in service records. The totaL
During Comdr.'McDougal's ten- Institute and "Leatherneck"mag- reports will then be made avail- Tourist: "What does 'Fontaine-

ure as VA-44 commanding officer, I azine, the 1959 competition will able to selection boards. bleau' mean in French?" I When the Indians ran this

he was largely responsible for be similar to those of previous REPORTS are to be submitted Cab Driver.: "Bring money." country, there were no taxes andthe

the Boys' Home Program in years. initially November 16, and semiannually e women did all the work-.
thereafter on May 16 "I know a man who has a, pet
members "adopted"the
which and the white man thinks he has
Jacksonville Boys' Home and Recruit, waiting to see doctor. and November 16. pig by the name of 'Papermate'."
established a ,scholarship fund "May I go in first, please, I just One initial distribution of forms ,"Oh, is it his real name?" Improved on that system (Chips
for the Home. swallowed a hand grenade." will be made to all ships and "No, his pen name." 'n' Chatter).



Pag. 4 TAX AIR NEWS 16 July 135}

CG Group

To FinishHel

e Sat.After .

a personnel review

and rifle inspection scheduledfor S, ,
0830 Saturday, some 210
Coast Guard Reservists will
complete two-weeks summer < t Y. 1

training here at NAS.

The first contingent' of some
800 Reservists to train here on
two-week assignments through For Rent

August 19, the groups are pri- 3-Bdrm 2 ,bath hse, Kit equip.

marily made up of men who have Att gar. Cedar Hills $125 per mo.
just completed six-months active SP 1-2295 4030 Sudbury Ave.

duty training at Cape May, N. J. 3-Bdrm unfurn hse. kit equip

or Alameda, Calif. ops. $100 per mo. 4564 San Juan

WHILE ABOARD the Station, Ave.Unfurn
the Reservists receive small arms hse, kit equip, living

instruction from MAD personnel, i rm, Bdrm, $50 per mo. 5148 101st
and "" ,x:",, : ; __ ,..,,,..,._,.. .arare.v.: .- :;;: ,
are expected to spend three St. SP 1-1142.
days on the in actual fir- STEPPING LIVELY Supplementing classroom trainingin
range 5-rm part. turn hse. porch. $100
seamanship 210 Coast Guard Reserves get heir "sea legs"aboard
ing. In addition, Navy's Passive the 95-foot Coast Guard cutter stationed at May+port on 'Geedunk' To Be per mo. 4726 Blount Ave. See
Defense unit at the'ABC School SAn duty. First contingent of 800 Coast Guard Reserves scheduled occupant for further information.

provides training in atomic, biological for summer training at NAS Jax. the group completes its Open SaturdaysAlways 2-Bdrm unfurn hse. kit
with review and rifle equip
and chemical warfare. training Saturday a personnel inspection.
They have undergone extensive training in ABC warfare small alert for improving screened back porch 805 Plain-
Coast Guard instructors take arms, infantry drill and practical seamanship. service afforded customers, the field Ave. Orange Park) Mr.
over rest of the training whichis Navy Exchange has announced Link Ext. 8308 or CO 4-9351.

loading concerned and with explosives handling Many EM Of Today Good Saturday opening of the Main- 3-Bdrm'unfurn hse. kit equip.
cargo ; side Restaurant'in Building 3. (Lake Shore) 5311 Janice Circle!
counter espionage and anti-sa-
The will be
open SP 1-0550.
botage; infantry drill; port security each
from 0800 to
CandidatesToday's Saturday
and practical seamanship. Pilot Training 1230 until further notice. The Furn one and two rm apts for
rent. 2518 Herschel St. EV 7-4996.
PRACTICAL seamanship de- Saturday hours are for con-
monstrations are provided by t enlisted man has a good chance to become one venience of patrons shoppingin For Sale

short river cruises aboard a 95 of Uncle Sam's Naval Cadets. At least 20 per cent of all the Mainside area. 3-Bdrm,2 bath hse. oak floors,

ft. Coast Guard cutter on SAR avCads come from enlisted ranks.In If it proves popular, the patio, Fla rm. $2200 dwn. $98 mo.

duty at Mayport.The fact, about 30 per cent .of-(Pers B6)), via your commanding Saturday operation will be Immediate,occupancy. 7332 Coral
the current crop of Cadets are Sea Rd. Dr. Howard Martin Hos-
cutter's commanding officer officers. continued on a regular sched-
Lt (jg) Tutt takes former Bluejackets, accordingto ule. pital Ext. 123.
groupsof a recent story in All Hands BuPers Inst. 1120.20B of July
about 15 reservists out for Magazine. 1, 1959 gives all the details. 2-Bdrm hse, corner lot, sep
three-hour cruises to supplement "Are you saying any money din rm, patio $900 down $82 per
classroom seamanship training. IF YOU'RE interested, look The qualifications are high and mo. or $4500 equity in GI mtg.
over the qualifications. You may competitien is keen. Men selected since you started your etand $59 mo. EV 8-5239.
be a potential Naval aviator. To enter a program in which they system?"
3-Bdrm, 1% bath hse. central
be eligible, you must: become both an officer and an
aviator. "Sure, by the time I have it heating; FHAjoan, .$78jper4ino.
1. Be an enlisted man of the
balanced up every evening Ws I low equity. 1713 LeBois Drive
regular Navy or Naval Reserveon Enlisted members of the Marine
Normandy Vffliage EV 9-5979.
too late to anywhere.
active duty for at least a year Corps may also apply for go
3-Bdrm, block hse. 2 bath, hd-
before applying, and must be a flight training as Marine Avia-
r wood floors, $700 and VA roort;
United States citizen; tion Cadets. Complete details can Before giving someone a pieceof
6843 Tom Thumb Dr., SP 1-859.
2. Have 60 semester hours or be found in Marine Corps Order your mind, be sure you can
3-Bdrm hse. dining rm. carport
90 quarter hours of unduplicated 1120.1B. get by on what you have left. sep
college work at an accredited ...... Milwaukee Ave. Orange
Park. CO 4-9859
college or university, or have
successfully completed the USAFI 3-Bdrm, 2 bath hse; carport,

GED Test, one-year college level, screened porch. GI equity 6728

With The with minimum combined GCT/ Harlow Blvd. SP 1-4376.

ARI of 120, and MECH score of t 3-Bdrm, 2% bath hse; TV rna

58, or have either 30 semester with fireplace, air conditioning.
ToastmastersInteresting hours or 45 quarter hours of unduplicated patio, kit equip. $7,000 down.

college work; .:::;. Ortega Forest. EV 4-4872.

Dressler, Bill speeches Clark and by-Frank Aubrey 3. BE AT least 18 years old 29 ft, 1959 "Buckeye" House

Silvey highlighted and under 25 when you submit trailer, small equity and take up
night's gathering of Navy Civilian your application, and must agreeto payments. Owner being transfer-
Toastmasters Club. remain on active duty for three ed to Hawaii. CO 4-5383.,
i;>.,r.L ;.i'i a.b .
and one-half after
Clark bemoaned carelessnessof years finishing Rides Wanted

boatmen who take to the open training; b\ 'b},f. a:. 2 F> Ride wanted from 5739 NordeDr.

water while under the influenceof 4. Must be unmarried and agreeto B, (Oak Hill) to Supply bldg

alcohol in his "Not Fifthing remain same until commissioned : }, 110, 0730 to 1600. Mrs. Faris Ext.

But Fishing;" Silvey enlightened d ; .vAnd k)+ Yx 8324 or SP 1-3238.

the audience on beauty and culture 5, 'must be physically 41 >' Ride wanted from Arlington to

complete with colored qualified and aeronautically NATTC 0715 to 1555 Mrs. Sterns,
slides of Puerto Rico; while adapted for actual control of aircraft Ext. 8503 or RA 4-3571.

Dressler delivered his Icebreaker. in accordance with Chapter

15 of the Manual of the Medical Child
St. Now TwoWayThe

John Lindberg' toastmastered Department. traffic pattern on Child
the program, with Dick Barker IF YOU think you meet these street in the NATTCenter area

qualifications submit applicationto .._._. ,,._ ,__
handling table topics. Evaluators, .nw."" :<< has been changed from onewayto
headed by master head shrinker Chief of Naval Personnel 40-YEAR VETERAN A Naval Air Station veteran em- two-way travel.
Junior Teske, were Walt Stanul ployee, Wilson Sandefer. (right) was honored with the present
lion of a 40-Year Service Award by Secretary of the Motor vehicle operators may
Les Comee and Lawton Green. Navy William
: BREEZESSign B. Franke. Capt. Grayston H. Weber, (left) NAS lax Act. now use the street to. travel l
Interesting plans for the future ing Commanding Officer, presented Sandefer the award in a either north or south.
were announced. A day's cruise in wig store: "Baldness is recent ceremony. Sandefer employed here since 1947. has 28
aboard the USS Saratoga out ol f a bad crisis coming to a head." years Naval service in addition to 12 as a Federal employee.

Mayport is set for July 25, dur .
ing which time the Saratoga Today, the three classes of women New Use For Sonar Mav Aid ASW Naval Courtesy:
-- -- -
Toastmasters Club will host; an are: the intellectual, the A new application of sonar detecting -

appearance by' Bill Grove of beautiful, and the majority. equipment may strip sub- transmits signals to the ship. It's Short CoursePassing
WJXT on Aug. 4, when he will marines of one of their primary an outgrowth of equipment used
present tips ,in Television Tech defenses concealment beneath by blimps and helicopters since Honors
nique; an intra-club* debate on Foreman to applicant of slight sound-absorbing thermal layers about 1953. Rendering the hand salute is
physique): "Do think
you you
July 28 on the subject "Shoulc a part of honors." These
of the ocean. It's "passing
Nuclear are fit for really hard labor? I currently undergoing eval-
Be Banned
honors or
uation aboard are rendered by ships
and a joint meeting with the Applicant: "Well, some of the Known as variable depth son- this' several ships. If
Sunshine Toastmistress Club in I' best judges in the country ar, or VDS, the device is trailed ned proves to satisfactory, it's plan- boats passing "close aboard"within -
incorporate the and
gear into 600 yards for ships
I September. thought so.'a behind ships by a cable I and the Fleet next year.
400 yards for boats.I .



9l 16 July 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5


It ]lakes) Good i

; ,, National
? OOdYA0D4YWf4l Si:)%k nOY DIjM'Ot 04v{:.vY.if v YfMP"tf0KVkYhYM +{ O&R To Host

Sense To Buy ,..
.; : DEPARTMENT Paint Conference
I Navy
l With CU LoanIt's :a'<>, 4, 640 EMPLQYEES

J 1 not the percent of interestyou 'i '," HINTAIN''fnM li'rr- & >$? : t' i& 1AaR.nr9 DtstlUBUTES;l nfjf' Approximately 50 Navy O&R personnel and representatives -

pay on a loan which is of : OI M/tflWllt'/IIIJI from the Air Force, Army and civilian contracting

t 1 paramount importance but how ,, 4f4' w utcrtfltf1 groups are expected to attend a five-day nation-wide confer-

much interest you will pay for :" : 'IIf., t-'fJIMt 'N'>>MJtl m. ence at NAS Jax O&R Department beginning Monday it had

duration of the loan, says the :,: f M4Y"''11'1,ftf Wilt T > .Z ) sad( a "fTJUIh Mil.LlIJl1/lUt' been revealed by Walter Morris, Coordinator. _

Jax Navy Federal Credit Union. i1: t'If.tjf /{' ;. ;. ,<< Ail Announced by Chief of Bureauof in excess of a half million dol-
: Is the first
if" mf m 1/11fi J1tt UJiW Aeronautics, this
Many people feel they shouldnot i lIIfM 11M. '
t nJt, tl'rr ( such conference con- lars.The
and only
purchase a commodity until J.MlUIN f>>Li. ,t', the subject conference will also serve
they have the cash to pay for IIMOr I.Hit ducted; by the Navy on as a "clearing house" for problems
same. Others, however, would ear. : {y xio eku/avauui, r of aircraft to in color figurations and exterior -
"wm' PURPOSE and main subject
rather have something right finish painting. Chairmanwill
: OPERATES''" be discussed at the session is a
away than wait for the future.In '< IIIC be Frank Huber of the Main-
: ; developed by
: hot laquer process
this latter instant Division
enjoy- '.1 tenance Engineering
ee1c.tCtRt. NAS Jax six ago.
Morris at years
) ment 'A ;suWIIt ,
or savings may be had fora / establishment is the only BuAer in Washington.
i This
longer period of time. ,<
And "" ,1. ,t
: in the Navy conference was
; O&R department NEED FOR the
when '
considering low rate of interest
? 2twsjt4a11araaw
a; Ac- from the
employing this procedure. resulting
which the local Credit "a$ recognized
Union charges, it would be worthwhile 1ll1 1J ff j"'( cording to Morris, it has saved development of a hot spray pro-
Jax and the adop-
to inquire from the CU if JEFFCOAT. SLATTERY cess at fluorescent
you have a problem of this kind.It +s:1Y5S'RY tion of acrylic
lFi7AQ-> .'' .. 5+S,8 r mafi;.}}s., k"sty 4jf'1 iPl TOP AE GRADUATESMorgan paint coatings. Its importance is
takes just as much time and ,. : PREPARES > >' vra effects
y A1Y Ia'r : PLANS > F'0r(,.AND : / to consider and the possible -
costs the CU just as much to ,Z.f. y:. Jeffcoat, AEMAN, of coating

process a 100 dollar loan as it CONSTRUCTS;;NEW t M RQiIEI4EN.l'i2 Wimauma, Fla., and Pfc Kenneth of introducing new resins I
such as epoxy
fc, materials
Rb ? a ,
'" :; tit rah {
does Ile1 t" Rt/ulOd 3'IAtt'4'r lfi
for 1k
one 400 dolalrs. The + Conn.
of Bridgeport, .
i.YY: 4 Slattery, and polyurethanes.Three
Credit Union I
suggests you bor- .
took top honors at NATTCenterAE importance -
items of prime
row enough
lem. solve your prob- WHO KEEPS HER UP? Maintenance of more than two School's graduation July 10th. will be introduction of hot i
thousand acres comprising Naval Air Station Jacksonville, a
If you find you've requestedmore tremendous job indeed, falls ,Into hands of Public Works De- Upon leaving NATTCenter, spray methods and equipment,

than needed, deposit the partment. Maintenance of such an expansive area is combinedinto Jeffcoat will report to NAAS application and maintenance of

balance in your savings account the Public Works Controlled Maintenance Program. This Beeville, Texas, Slattery's fu- fluorescent coatings, and recent
colorful attractively displayed with an informative frame,
in aircraft
is still unknown. developments
and start earning interest. Re- ure duty station
was shown to civilian, visitors on Armed Forces Day here.
markable returns have resultedto ONLY NAVX personnel will

I some CU members who took attend the first three days, but

advantage of this method. SYSTEMATIC METHODS USEDTO Air Force, Army and civilian

contractor personnel will be in

i attendance on Thursday and Fri-


,. is obvious that a systematic 4 of nine O&R Departmentsin
These details are I
PREVENTIVE Maintenance Inspection justification.
J the Navy will provide a ma-
t tI tr method for adequately
is a craftsman and me- necessary in order that an esti- shop *
terials engineer, 'paint sup
maintaining a gigantic
establishment the Jackson chanical type 0 f .inspection mate of the scope of the work ervisor and plant engineer, and

as wherein a cyclic inspection is and its costs can be made, andif other Naval activities will be
ville Naval Air Station is necessary -
it is commensurate with the
particularly when performed on dynamic equipmentand represented by Interested per-.
for accomplishment.
static re-occuring maintenance justification
> noted that there are 965 housing -
I exceedan '
problems. If Improvement is to
units to maintain, each Daily medlr gs'r expectedto
estimated two thousand dol-
Before discussing external work '
unit having a stove refrigerator '
it should be submitted in convene between 1000 and
and hot generation, it should be said that lars, :
heating system,
water heater. the backlog of essential main- letter form as a Maintenanceand 1515.

tenance is about one million dollars Repair Project, giving complete
Thus begins the varied functions -
and in the next five years details and complete just-
and duties of the Station'sPublic Backward
will be an additional 850 thou- ification that will withstand

Works Department. sand dollars, based, on present scrutiny by BuAer. I

.3 SOME FIVE 'years ago, the level funding concept. Further information for pre- GlancesJuly
Bureau of Yards and Docks instituted -
External work generation in paration of Maintenance and Re-

a management program the field of maintenance (not im- pair Projects can be found in 14, 194

known as the Controlled Maintenance provement type work) is often a NAS Jax Notice 1104 of Novem- Failing to heed the appeal of

Program. Public Works duplication of effort. This duplication ber 26, 1958. Navy officials in this area, plus
of NAS Jax was
occurs when the tenant, With only 608 employees main- hundreds of other citizens, Jack-

chosen Bureau as of a Aeronauticsmanagedactivities. pilot installation for in a conscientious attempt to taining this activity, it is im- sonville City Council voted un-
help maintain the Station, reports perative that Public Works ask
animously to remove rent con-
k maintenance deficiency, not cooperation of everyone in complying -
Since its inception, Public realizing that this discrepancyhas with the Controlled Main- trols affecting some 52,000 rental

Works has been able to adequately been previously noted, but I tenance Program. units in the area.

maintain the Station, althou'ghpersonnelwise due to the level funding concepthas

the department not been able to be accom-

has reduced from 1058 to 608. plished. br ,
of the to ade-
Ability department
clad Sonia Furio, a Mexican quately maintain the Station has Program provides a methodby :

actress, poses aboard yacht in been greatly dependent and directly which Public Works deter- ,
the Mediterranean while attending attributable to manage-
mines the most urgent and cri-
the 1959 Cannes Film
provided by this
ment procedures
Festival. tical maintenance areas. r
The department is fully aware
What The primary area of interestis _
They're Saying"As
that of work generation. Maintenance that there are many unaccom- _
a constructive force, the and
plished maintenance projects
repair projects and deficiencies -
carrying out of scientific explora- from that many of the niceties are

tion in space will give man the are generated being deleted, but these itemsare

knowledge and the means where- three primary sources. recorded and are contained iR 2 '
'MAY.-1 1w
FIRST THE annual Continuous -
by he may more fully understandthe within the million dollar back-
Inspection (CI) performed by > .
processes of nature. It may log of unaccomplished work.It .
Public Works, second, Preventive 4% f #.,
prove to be the means by whichwe
would be of assistanceif
Maintenance Inspections (PMI) great r ''tov
can raise men's minds to the
performed by department personnel tenant activities, external work
heights where human dignity is :
and third, Customer Activities generators, submit work requests > '
recognized everywhere as the and Departments. only for improvement type work r
lofty estate we hold it to be.-
and maintenance type work
Continuous Inspection is performed -
NASA.T. Keith Glennan' Administrator, by a branch of Public that can be legitimately classifiedas ) y$ f '

Works staffed with professional emergency.A y

inspectors trained in inspectingfor SYSTEM is established for
It's said that men do not
many maintenance and repair deficiencies handling improvement type pro- 4 3 J

marry because every day they in electrical, mechanical jects submitted by customer ac-

get more particular and less de- and structural problems. tivities. These are generally sub- ...... -.- --- -

sirable. Their inspection, is, precisely mitted on a standard work request ANOTHER CUSTOMER AID Commissary store patrons

scheduled in order that every form. here and at other Jax complex branches can now purchase milk

Father: "Our son must have structure on the Station is inspected However, it has been noted that pre-packed in six half-gallon containers at no extra cost. De-
convenience, cartons stacked at check-
signed for customer are
gotten his intelligence from me. at least once a year, and the customer activity is impeding out counters in minimum qantitiei and have proved to remain

Mother:" e must nave-I still in high maintenance ,areas more efficiency by neglecting to give cooler on the trip home. From left are: Harry Ball, ABAN, store
have mine."!!. frequently. pertinent details and .adequate clerk: Mrs. E. D. Prior, and daughters Martha. 4, and Wanda. 8.I .


Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 16, July 1959

.. .. _. .. .

Completely A-Powered Fleet iEJMI ;J)' TI! ,, R J.D t;;,' '

I 2 K" f, t p '\nli'' /:(JS. ) :

Could Bolster Navy's Punch I r

The arrival of 18 lads and 11
Washington (AFPS) The effectiveness of the Navy's Lassies highlighted a busy weekat
fighting fleet could be several times greater than at presentif the maternity ward at the

$it were completely nuclear powered. Naval Hospital
This belief was expressed by Vice Adm. W. M. Beakley- -, t June 8 was the day of debut l''
Deputy Chief of Naval Operations 2 $ >y n
Enterprise wilt have a normal } Howard Otto, to M/Sgt and Mrs.
( before the Appropriations '
? :
"Committee of the House of Rep, steaming period of' more than __ ; Everett Huckleberry. a
.resentatlves.TRERLL'S. trio year} without replenishingher 1 June 9 welcomed Katherine, to bland
J: nuclear cQr SP4 and Mrs. William: Courtney, T
testimony, She wfl| have facilities for Ricky Lee, to S/Sgt and Mrs.
Decently. reeasedf} ; dealt in some 4,0pp 'officers? and men, displace ':?} Franklin Hunter. 51
.length on ''wcJ ear powered aircraft -
85,000 full and
op'wiUt a load June 10 was a big day with the S
carolers.The be abou 1,100 feet .long.
births of David Daniel, to Lt. 0
Enterprise, nuclear pow- } (jg) and Mrs. David Harlin; June ti,
ered and first pf its kind, is now Marie, to Rene Armegol, EM2,
Bunder constructiqn at the Newport First Missile;/ NV and Mrs. Armegol; Mark Howard fl,

: News (Ya.) Shipbuildingand ? to Allen Horning, AE2, t
Drydock Co., and expectedto Sub Due For and Mrs. Horning; a Baby Boy a
be-ready for delivery to the to Henry Rouse, ADI, and Mrs. it
.fleet in 1901. 1 Work In '60The Rouse; Glenn Lester, to Allen'

AT ONE point in the testimony i -.,.,..... ..... ... ...".","" '"""' ......,. ,""'.. Lee, A02 and Mrs. Lee; Paul l'
.Admiral Beakley had this to say Navy's first fleet! ballistic TIME AND MONEY SAVER Looking over latest contribution James, to LT (jg) and Mrs. Paul b
about the Enterprise: missile submarine, dubbed the to the Station's Incentive Awards Program a front caster Kerrigan, and Edward Dixon to tJ

"I was in the Seventh Fleet 1 I George Washington, is slated for for use Clayton on metal Owens lumber'rack, (left) and step Floyd stand Clawson is O&R originator Safety Engineer of- Lt (jg) Edward Mendenhall and h,

and thought of the Enterpriseas launchihg soon in Groton, Conn.A the Idea. Thanks to the front caster, one man can now move the Mrs. Mendenhall.June .
what I would like to have i stand where formerly It required the services of two men, Claw-. 11 saw the delivery of l h
under me all the time.. 380-foot, nuclear-powered son U a plank-owner of the Station, coming here in 1941. AD2,
i submersible, the George Wash- Baby Boy to Robert Coniey, 0
Although there has been some i ington has vertical tubes for and Mrs. Coniey; Amelia Ann, to a
speculation on the naval officer' firing the solid-fueled Polaris Incentive Awards Program S/SgtJoseGarza and Mrs. Garza; i h
to be named skipper of the new Beverly Lynn, to Mervin Harper,
missile from
ocean depths or on
ship, the Navy says her CO is not I the surface. To ResultsAnother SN, and Mrs. Harper; Alisa Joanne fl,
expected to be announced until Continues Reap to Arnold, Richwine, EM2, C(
late in 1960. The sub's firepower will be and Mrs. Richwine; William t1

WITH THE Enterprise's cost augmented by a torpedo-firing enterprising Station employee has sent a Bene- Jesse, to Samuel Roberson, AO2, CI,
now estimated at $393 million, system for attacking surface ficial Suggestion to the busyIncentive Awards Committee.Floyd and Mrs. Roberson; Josi Sue, to -
ships or submarines.The Clawson, a joiner with Lt. Arnold Roland and Mrs. Ro-
Navy officials called her the THE STAND now has a
"most exciting new ship on the huge missile sub is also Overhaul and Repair Dept., handle connected to a swivel land; Twin Boys to Glenn Smith,
horizon." equipped with SINS (Ships In- hopes his invention will garner caster which facilitates movement AK2, and Mrs. Smith, and Patrica
aim cash, in addition to saving I to Robert Stevens, AM2
ertial Navigation System.) and placement. The caster Lynn,
Powered by eight reactors, the the Navy lots of time and ex- and Mrs. Stevens.
is cam mounted so that the standis
The GW is due to be opera- .
Wrinkles, What women get in pense.CLAWSON'S automatically locked when Two new arrivals brightened P
tional in 1960, when the iner- idea is called a
pressure is released from the June 12 with Daryell Francis to 5J'
their complexions from worryingabout tially guided Polaris will also Lumber Rack Step Stand. It is
handle, preventing possibility of Lcdr. and Mrs. George Dittman
their complexions. become operational. much needed innova-
merely a
accidents. and Sharon Kay, to S/Sgt and g
tion of the old-type stand used
Only one man is now requiredto Mrs. Guadalupe Saucedo. \1

June Busiest; Month Eyer stored by workers lumber.He .to reach highly- get lumber from a rack. Lum- June 13 added four more bundles -
ber is stored in racks beginningat witl Kenneth cJ
to the
has inserted a wheelon I group }
For Crews Of VAP62June the metal stand, which form- the 'deck upward! to 12 feet. Eugene, \\o Clifford! Camp ell, SN, U}
erly had two rear wheels but It's felt by safety officials that and Mrs. Campbell l ; Edward Mad-

1959 should go down in VAP-62 history as the fly- none on front, requiring two men the method of mounting stands ijon jjr., to Edward Hudson, N, U
ingest and Busiest month ever. to move the heavy stand into on casters and providing a meansof and Mrs. Hudson, and CJarke J b,
locking when not moving the James, to Clarke Ruston, SIB and
Flying seven aged AJ-2P "Savages" and one SNB-5P I
stand would be useful other
on Mrs. Ruston.
"Beech, the squadron amassed place.'Y b.;
474.9 flight hours. This surpassesall / fJi" ": step stands at O &: R. June 14 saw the arrival of 'W

estimates and exceeds figures 'W11: ; ; Cynthia Ann, to Ernest Bendell, b

''for months when VAP-62 had Local SailorsContinued TERM, and Mrs. Bendell; me -

twice as many aircraft at its dis- H :' .'\ ard Keith, to Charles Brewpr,

posal. ? k : ( from Page 1)) AD1, and Mrs. Brewer; Randy .t
FACTORS contributing to this ::.?.. r a to their departure.The Alton, to J. C. Jones, PR2. and e
new squadron record are many. r Mrs; Jones and a Baby G\T\\ \ to
ii iiwa four men going through '
Foremost, however, was the '!'t. Henry" McDougal, SD3, and Mrs. =t
availability of aircraft. thecurrent, course went under- McDougal.
water in the diving last
Maintenance gear
department :," "
,VA" week for the first time.
s Y experience -
Lt. Lee Marona, insured a con-
stant followed a number of AF Study :
8Q percent) availability Navy
hours of extensive indoctrination
throughout 4 June, no mean feat

considering the number age pf hours of the flown.sand <. underwater and reviewing.15 minutes.They remained Methods) For Jet 11

What was accomplished, in these FOLLOWING their first under-
Noise ReductionA P
many ftqijrs of fjyjng} ? First in water excursion, the men went .1
importance were the operational i down two or three times daily; joint program aimed at find- -
phqtp cpmmfjmenfs}# throughout and will continue to do so until ing an economical, workable wPyto
\the Eastern seaboard.TO they are transferred. reduce turbo-jet noise during

Wes m E#}HAN in June} It was pointed out that per- ground run-up has been an-
was, C99peratfyj: IJn4 hr-Q WM sonnel going through the local ounced by the Navy and Air
abe} ,tq fir) .It Teet nuper} RtfH indoctrination are screened} for Force. -

I} Jill! mJ test f merry| snap- diving capabilities here.: If a man Acoustical test programs and

'1'n.' p'crnr' 1r the t thousand*. ." .W' W" _,..,n,._...,___.._..__,________,,___,,__., has too much difficulty with the other pertinent data will be ex- f..
Then. fTO 1YPF5 ttaintoff f"l alls} PROUD PILOTS >Lt jg() g) Ned Pederson, (right) of VAP62 training, he is advised not to changed under the plan, the two- l'
J9F %4 fH ftmepf tq foe# ogres proudly shows pff the man hours mark by one aviator for proceed to diving school, as he services said. \1,
flap4sAH" q WlWe4' crews Jew the month of June. Ida'.4.6 flight time hours helping the Heavy will most likely flunk out there. Eventually, a noise J C
nayjgationaj} round robins toPperto Photo outfit to set. a new flight hours record during the moijlh. supressor
Ricq and back, intensified i In all. the squadron amassed) 474.9 hours 391.7 of these In the ACCORDING to the instructorshere beneficial to all services will tj
and, Jn short, were busy,busy.A Comdr. R. W. Spuhler. VAP-62 Operations Officer. men to deep sea diving school specifications now being developed. g

number pf' Rights, were con- many flight hours. Enlisted crew His "well done" to the squadron than any other command. A let- I g

cerned primarily with training members. worked as hard or expressed in traditionalNavy ter received two weeks ago reportedly Suppressors now being tested l
new phojq-pjane commanders harder. Ground maintenance people parlance his great admiration : commended the local are said to reduce turbo-jet noise 1!
(PPC), new} p q o-navigators, performed near-miracles, division for valuable assistance by about 250 decibels. Concerned tl
new phofq-jechnlcians and new usually overnight. and pride for every man rendered in training and screen- research is aimed at bettering b
in the outfit. ing applicants. this performance. b
plane captains. Comdr. C. W. Hollinhead, VAP62 J
! THERE WAS no letup on commanding officer, com- Students from the Station have A decibel is a unit by which
"The only trouble with some of
weekends- and in the eveningsfor ments this was the most amazing done very well at the school, it the loudness of sound is measured. 3
m_ any. Ltjg) Ned Pederson example of concerted efforthe these fine new homes is their has been revealed. A former Jax- Ordinary speech is about 65
was one of {toe busy ones, flying location-on the outskirts of your based whitehat is. honorman of decibels while noise loud enough t a
i a total of' 8.4.0 hours. has witnessed during hiS en- income. the current class, reports one of to be painful to the ear is about l
Others, accumulated nearly as tire career. -Popular Science.' of the instructors. 140 decibels. t




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emusmen :: : Special Services Back On

[n District :,. .inESPOR"TS: $

|TourneyThe I;:: :: ,' Bowling League opRung
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i Jax Navy tennis team will ComFair Jax "A" stumbled from its leagueleadingperch

I journey to NAS Pensacola July Special Services jumped into the top spot and VW4

t 18-22 to compete in the 6ND Ten- "A" and VP-18 "A" stayed in hot pursuit as a result of actionin

>. nis Tournament. the American Bowling League at Mainside last week.
Heading up the Flier foursomewill The National League remains

3 be defending All-Navy Dou- under the thumb of surprising Operations NARTU Elee 311 28 361 28 .79.500

|bles champion Cal Karrh of NAR- FAETU "A," with a seven game Marine Barracks 29 35 .J.53

, TU, player-coach of the Flier lead over VW-4 "." NARTU "B" 29 '35 ..453VW4
4 squad. RALPH TICS of VW-4 "C" 'B" 28 ,36 ..438VP18

Bob Tripp of VW-4 and ComdrS. continues to pace NL rollers witha "B" 311 28 36
'" A. Brown and Phil Torralvoof 186 average and Ed Hall of JIX "B" 26 38 ..406VW4

VA-44 round out the four man ComFair Jax: "A" remains aheadin "E" 22 3" .393
,," VAP-62 "B" 23 37 .383
team. the AL average race with 179.
" NAS Cecil Field has two rep- .. Walt Heison of Hospital"A" Galley No. 1 24 AO .375
679th "B" 16 52 .235
. resentatives going to the 6ND grabbed high individual laurelsin AMERICAN LEAGUE
., tourney, with Lcdr Sam Gorslineand the American tircuit, bangingout Team Won Lost 'ef.

'I John Hueer of VA-12 wearing a 230 game and 617 set. Com Special Servlce.3 17 .717
VW-4 "A" .0 16 ..71"Vp.18
;. the Cecil colors. .,. Fair Jax "A" took team honors
"A" 37 15 .712
1 The Regionals will be at the with an 866 game and 2467 series. ComFalr Jax "A" 37 15 .712

1 Naval Training Center, Bain- THE NL honor roll last week Hospital' "A" 35 17 .673

bridge Md. starting July 24, and ,rt f fN ,added the name of Buck Smithof VAP-62 "A" 32 2. .571

.1I the All-Navy tournament will be Supply Enlisted who rackedup VAP.62 Communications"C" 26 241 22 231 .572.510

held at NS Newport, RI. high game and series, with Dispensary 281 27.. .509

The Fliers hope to place at 227 and 565, respectively. Disbursing 25 27 ..481VA44
FAETU "A," the front-runner, "N' 21' 27 .J.38
f least two men or at minimiumone Oak leaves 21 27 .J.38
)", man in the All-Navy finals, Y captured high team game, 891, VW-4 "D' 25 39 .391
oL. and if they do a sweep honorsis and VW-4 "C" earned high team NAS Personnel U 30 .318
series honors with a 2513. NARTU "A" 1 J.1 .268
L., anticipated.
NATIONAL HAGUE Waves 11 J.5 .196
, Karrh and his teammates will Team Wen Lost Pel. FAETU "B" 9 39 .188

run into some of the toughest FAETU "A" 49 11 .817

"t competion they will ever face as VW-4 "C" 38 14 .731 Pan Am, Olympic Games
n. the its Mad Dogs 40 16 .714
Navy sends finest into
) 2 < Lucky Strike 36 16 .692 Seek Financial Support
"r competive battle. Supply Enlisted 32 20 .615
;0 Voluntary contributions will be
r X-3 Diviiion 43 29 .597
:. } O&R 36 28 .563 solicited from members of the
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I, _"__:o:.:,{m, m, y '. ",' rv .}..?L w..w" """ ..... ._ ...:'._.. .n.nY"' }.ia,,"%'{.Si.:ttn.'...3'R'ra",.. ''r4'. .....,., FAW-11 39 33 .542 Armed Forces to support American -
a TWO-BALL TANDEM Figuring a two-pronged attackon teams in the Pan American
2 the maple is better than rolling one ball at a time, Barry All Services On Games of 1959 and Olympic

1. Who was the most recent' Hewlett of VW-4 "D" gets ready to use both arms at once dur- Games of 1960.
ing warmup action at the Mainside Lanes. Hewlett recently re- U. S. Spike Team
prizefighter to hold two titles
d BuPers has authorized the "hat
corded one of the highest solo games to be bowled In Mainside
(0 simultaneously? intramural circuits this season. The 'Cane Hunter whacked out Boulder, Colo. (AFPSNoone ) passing" to aid in support of the

2. What baseball team put together an impressive 252. This helped him gain a 592 series, also one of service can lay claim to Games. The Pan-Ams are slated

L.1 the longest winning streakin the highest of the year.VAP62 the top military track and next month in Chicago with the

major league history? field stars. Each of the four Olympic Games to be hel next

.. 3. Who is the only heavyweight STILL IN; placed a man on the 37-strong year at Squaw Valley, Calif., and-
United States team set to duel! Rome, Italy.
rzf champion to go undefeated
Russia's best cindermen July 18-
f r. throughout his career? SOFTBALL RACEHeavy
19 in Philadelphia's Franklin
r.r. 4. What is the lowest percen- Field. AE School LeadingCaptain's

f r. tage to ever win a major league Photographic Squadron 62, needing to sweep its Emerging victorious from the RaceThe

e batting championship? three remaining games to tie for the Mainside Softball League AAU meet here to earn spots on Cup

J 5. Who spoiled Floyd Seven1 title, is one-third of the way home following a 14-0 shellack- the U. S. squad were the Air AE School Sparkies have

bid for a no-hitter in the 1947 ing of Ordnance and Gunnery last week. Force's {distance (runner Bill chalked up most points so far in

f World Series with a two-out dou- With its season over two weeks 'the race for the NATTCenter
IF VAP-62 stumbles this week, Dellinger, the Army's pole|jvaulter
I, ble in the last of the ninth? ago, VA-44 held first place by the Hornets will be new champions Don Bragg and the Marines' Captain's Cup with 3986.

(Awners To the Quiz) one and one-half games last and will face the NATTCenter javelin thrower Al Cantello.As Following the Sparkles with
. week. With VAP-62's win, the result of his second place 2414 is MAD then AO School
'UoJVu-S uoJj5utQnM eq; bulb.atrw been narrowed to one title-holder, AE School, in the a
'I you PU1I Spoa uLMoozgV gap has All-Station affair. finish to Dellinger in the 5,000- with 2031.

1 uaqJ 'OJl Su1I'J full game. wins for the Photomen meter run, Navy thinclad Lew Behind the Ordnancemen come
'Ph0( 'S'S06i ONLY TEAM with a chance to Two ,
1 AGO Ensigns with 1939,
between Stieglitz will pair with his con- the
uIrvtu however, will force a playoff -
. catch the Hornets, the Photo out- School with 1460 and last
; queror in that event for the U.S. NAWS ,
SOC' 11 MRS U.OoD enfae'I51VauOWY the Hornets and VAP62.In .
: I fit must win both its games I entry to give equal Armed For- but not least are the Support
eq, uoas IU1IJpul P'1.e10 week. They faced defending other games last week, Com-
ces' representation.: Splinters with 557.
eqJ JO '(:a1L3 l8WI3.'p
I champion VP-18 Wednesday night munications took its first win of .
(qno:1CU1: : (( tt) IUJIA'6t and have a contest later this the year when FAETU failed to I

1111oUvpDN blI.C: week with lowly Communications. : field a team; Public i Works
satavfi p6| it 93 UOM I VW-4 15-13 and -.ii
I squeaked past ; JJT S L.i
1JU1If) loA MfI 9161 1L 'Z Bill Penwell, ace moundsman O&R, VW-4 and Hospital all t
t t
'IdIqsuodw1IqS'M.etpP1W for VAP-62 all season, threw a I gained forfeit victories. 2I'=

pua JqSIaM.nlleM.'qJ neat job in blanking O&G last Team Won Lost Pct.
qloq Pl8Q uOlUJqoll deg .1 Thursday at Enterprise Field. Hornet 15 2 .882 4 s
VAP- 2 13 2 .867 4 }
, --11 Fasron Six 14 3 .824
= ,. :' 4 4 BRAVES RETURN Medici 14 3 .824 xfia. l ''.was w t.r
Ord. and Gun. 11 I 6 .647
,,,, HOME JULY 22 Supply 11 6 .647

Jacksonville Braves, VW-4 11 6 .647
1 'A'.JBUl The
ri w 679th 10 7 .588
locked in a battle for first
VP-18 7 6
Miller and John Mixtrock place in the Sally baseball cir- MARTD 8 7 .533

football stars with the Norfolk cuit, won't return home until Marine Bki. 6 11 .353 '
) Navy Tars, will parade their grid July 22 when they start a Fairon 109 5 11 .313 '

wares for the Universities of lengthy series against arch- O&R 6 11 .353
Hospital 5 12 .294
r Georgia and Arkansas, respec- foe Savannah.The Administration 4 12 .250

I tively, this fall. Braves and Redlegs Public Work 3 13 .188
i Ab Baker Bainbridge NT C tangle in games July 22 Communication 1 15 .063 3t:

golf pro, will make the spring through July 26 with action '
Ben "I see you have your arm in a
golf tour as a member of the slated nightly at 2000. Sun- ..
i Hogan Advisory Staff Chuck however, start at sling," said the inquisitive pass- : .w'..r. ""
day games, .:: :: : '
.. ; t f'11t
Brendler, Ft. Riley, Kan., eager 1500. enger. "Broken isn't it? :1'>. I"c< :"'"'..,"'. ; ',.:'',' ., ,: .....:. ,.} ::\ ,,",":41'''''' ,

10i this season, was offered basket- Servicemen, in or out of '"Yes, Sir," responded the other ; .. ,; .. ..,}'"! pr>: : ,. :: .*

ball scholarships to 45 colleges uniform, are admitted to all passenger. ; :
l ,, ,.. .. ,.
i. +%{
of w N.w "r. -y-
before choosing the University Braves home games for 60 "Meet with an accident?"
for two GOOD RIPPLE Is displayed by VAP'62'g John Fred
Florida where he starred cents. "No; broke it while trying to erick as he takes a cut at the ball during action in the VAP-62
years. The Sally League All-Star pat myself on the back." O&G softball tilt at Enterprise Field last week. Frederick made

tti Tommy McDonald. backfieldand game is scheduled for next "Great Scott! What for?" connection with the ball, one of the many clouts produced by
Phil King all-purpose half Monday night at either Gas- VAP-62 in its 14-0 romp over the Ordnancemen. Waiting for the
l \ back with the New York Giants, tonia or Charlotte, N. C. "For" minding my own busi- ball that never arrived is O&G catcher Sieve Youngsion Umpire -
t ness. is Hollis.
are serving in the Army.



Page_ 8 JAX AIR NEWS 16 July 1959

[ DivineServices Jax ReserveContinued Vacation Bible

( from Page 1))
be deployed to the Mediterraneanarea School StartsAt

when it visited here in 1954

VA-741, a jet attack squadron, All SaintsThe
Sunday, July 19
will make the master jet base at t
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL NAS Oceana, Va. its "home" 1c-p ; largest NavysponsoredDaily

0830 and 1100 Sunday Mass. Aug. 17-30. VA-741 won the Vacation Bible School in

ST. LII E'S HOSPITAL coveted National Safety Awardin the continental United States is

Naval Hospital 1958. currently in progress at NAS Jax.

0630 Sunday Mass. Transport Squadron VR-741 I A record 340 students attended
will provide logistics for c\m classes last summer aboard the
0930 Protestant Service. support \ 1- q
VP-741 on its Port Lyautey de- Station. However, it i is predictedthat
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL ployment in November. the mark will be beaten this

0830 Service of Worship. year by a large margin.
VR-742 will
be at NAS Dallas
0930 Sunday School, three-
Oct. 5-18 supporting operational The school is convening from
year-elds through adults, Build squadrons at that base. 0830 to 1130 daily through next
ing: 722; Service of Divine Worship Fridayofferifg worship services,
Two additional transport units,
Chaplain Beatty. handicraft activities, classroom
VF-743 and VR-744 and
1100 Service of Worship. sessions and refreshments for
commissioned Helicopter Squadron
1830 Teen-Age Fellowship, HS-741, along with ground a 'f military dependents between the
Small Chapel; Senior Hi Fellow- support units will cruise in Jack- ages of three and 13.

ship. Building 722. sonville during forthcoming General theme for studies this

1930 United Fellowship of months. .... ,:o:_.@..,'>f j' '>> WI fO<>>>!'__ summer is "Living for Jesus in
Protestants, Building 722. "CONG ATULATIONS. CHIEF! Cap Alton C. Aber- the Space Age." In addition to
DowngradedContinued nethy, (left) NAS Jax Hospital commanding officer, congratu- Chaplain Alexander, some 50
lates Marvin Bryant, HMC, and wishes him good luck as he de- adult instructors and workers are
Missile Official I ( from Page) parts from the hospital for ship duty at Key West. A letter of assisting in the various phases of
commendation was read to the Chief in brief ceremonies re-
To Speak Here be eligible for these benefits on cently in Capt. Abernethy's office. Since November 1955, Bryanthas the course.
the basis of personnel action served in the local pharmacy department. Bus transportation to and from
The NAS Jax Civilian Exe- taken at their previous place of the daily sesisons is being pro-

on cutive July Group's 21 at next the luncheon Civilian, employment. First Grade Physicals To Be Given vided residents of Dewey Park.

Therefore, all employees who Buses pick up children at "Stop"
Cafeteria, will feature an ad- Beginning today and tomorrow,
transferred here from another tached to activities other than signs on Ellyson, Riley, Normanand
dress by Newton I and and
Major Car- Thursday' Friday
Civil Service position in the GS every NAS Jax and tenant commands 120th streets. First stop is at
penter of the Air Force Missile afternoon thereafter through Sep
series before that date and who have their examinations 0830 with a return at 1130.
Test Center, Patrick Air Force tember 11, routine school physicals should
Base. feel they may be entitled to the at the dispensary of the Transportatioh is also providedfor
for children
dependent -
benefits, should contact the Em- entering activity to which the sponsor is children left at the NAS Nur-
Major Carpenter's talk at the the first grade will be
ployment Office, IRD, Building .
luncheon, which,begins at 1215, conducted at the Pediatric Clinicat attached.
907) or call extension 526.
will be on "Operations of the Jax Naval Hospital. ,Parents are responsible for ob-
"Beatnik" walked into a bar
Air Force"Missile Test Center Wife: "I want to do some shop- Although school physicals are taining the school health form and asked the bartender: "Hey,

and "the Atlantic Missile ping tomorrow, if the weather's not mandatory for children entering and presenting it at time of the man, whereas the box?"

Range good. What does the newspapersay school in Duval and Clay examination. Bartender: "What box? the
The Civilian Executive counties it's recommended that
? hatbox, showbox, cokeboxwhatbox
Group is comprised of key all children entering the first "
civilians employed at the Sta- Husband: "Rain, hail, sleet, Barber: 'Haircut?" are you talking about?
tion. I snow, thunder, lightning and I grade have, a physical. Beatnik: "Nay, man. just Beatnik: "Man, the sandbox,
Fierce winds." Dependents of personnel at- change the oil" I'm.a. cat."

1,1,i Schedule of Special Services Activities ;;Facilities, July 16 22 I" I

MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday I Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

If AS. Bldg. 612ItATTCenter 1800-2000 1900 Only 18002000The 1400-1900 1900 Only 1900 Only 1800-2000
Miracle Of Hills Darby's Long, Count YourBlessings The Tempest The Vikings Face Of Fire
Rangers Long Trailer
Bldg. W3 1900 Only 1900 OnlyMiracle 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only
Alligator People Of Hills Rangers Long Trailer Count Blessings The Tempest The Vikings

HospitalLIBRARIES 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only .
Joker Is Wild Alligator People Miracle Of Hills Rangers Long Trailer Count Blessings The Tempest

HAS. Bldg.SHATTCentll: 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

Bldg. 955NATTCenter. 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

Bldg. 5S3
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300( ( 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1600-2200

Blue Jackets II nDtNAttCentei' 1630-2400 2000-2400 20002400Red 20002400Red 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
Jimmy Geiger Jimmy Geiger Coats Coats Bingo

,""". 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

NATTCenterGym Open
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

BAS Bowling 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1300-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100: OB i 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

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

Flab Camp .. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800-H hr. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. V
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown' Before sundown Closed Closed

Hobby Shop. Bldg. 898 1400-2100 Closed 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100 -

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


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