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: October 15, 1959
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Have. You Given Your Fair, Share To Chest United ,Fund ?



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Vol. 17 No. 32 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 15 October..1959

Annual Naval ,1 Navy, Corps Flight Pay

Air Weapons x3' i 3 4wk Rules Given RevampingNew

Meet Nears annual flying requirements for some classes of.

Navy and Marine Corps aviators will take effect January 1.

Big change in annual flight
Competition is underwayto
Skippers will lose their leewayin
select and Marine pay regulations comes for those
Navy waiving some of the mini-
squadrons to be represented fliers who have been rated pilots I

at'the annual Naval Air Weapons j\ } V for more than 20 years. mums.In the mill is a study aimedat

Meet at Yuma, Ariz, IF THEY'RE over 45, they'll finding a solution to the old
Nov. 30-Dec. 4. have to meet no flight minimumsto
problem of who should get flight
collect flight Under 45,
The weapons event, a big annual pay, how much they should col-
they will not have to meet
show, will see pilots flying lect and how long they should
.:} minimums, but will have semi-
the service's top operational car- get it.
annual time requirements instead -
rier-based aircraft. Category assignments and pro-
says Navy Times.

PLANES and competition will % The new regulations apply to (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5))

include: F4D Skyray, air-to-air both officer and enlisted pilots.

rockets; F3II Demon, air-to-air All Naval aviators will now New ChangesIn
rockets and missile firing F11F-
; fall into one of 'four categories

Tiger, Sidewinders; FJ-4B Fury, depending on their age and-length '

strafing, bombing and rocket fir- of time rated pilot.A Employees'
as a
A3D Sky warrior i long- __... :f.<: ,t, ,\U"A\ &
missions in simulated spe- NAVY DAY PROCLAIMED-Aware of the important role MINIMUM annual pilot time Insurance BillFederal
range the played by the Navy in the everyday life of the city Jacksonville for each category has been estab- ,
attacks and
cial weapons Mayor Haydon Burns, (seated) signed proclamation recently lished, and instrument time for employees who remain

A4D-2 Skyhawk, simulated long- designating October 25 as Navy Day in this area. The some categories of carrier air in service after age 65 will keep
range attack mission date is being moved up two days at suggestion of the Navy
of pilots have been eased. the full value of their govern
League to coincide with Air Show planned for NARTU on that group i
Known this year as "Opera- day. Standing, left to right, are John Gilliland. ,Navy League ment life' insurance as long as

tion Top 'Gun," the five-day com president Bill Beauford, vice-president, and Capt. James R. they continue to work, under

petition at Yuma will bring together Reedy, NAS Jax commanding officer. STATION IS terms of a bill recently signed

the toughest, sharpest 19 TODAYNAS into law.
from the Atlantic and
performers BLUE ANGELS TO
Jacksonville is 19 Three changes have been made
Pacific Fleets, ,Naval Air Train- years
1nall.The bill also reduces number -
old .
ing Command- and the Marine PERFORM HERE today.It was 'at high noon Oct. 15, of years service needed for

Corps. to get free life insurance -
1940 that the Station was a person
ENTERED in competition when he retires on imme-
formally commissioned with t
A "red letter" period for the Weekend Warriors of the
will be tour F8U Crusader diate annuity. <
, Capt. Charles P. Mason assuming -
Jacksonville Naval Air_ Reserve Training Unit is October
teams from the Atlantic and command.In .
19-25. THE THIRD change providesfor
Pacific. One Navy and one Ma-
'team will Observances will be held on local levels throughout the the 19 years since then, employees who continue to
rine represent
state by some 1900 Naval andMarine NAS Jax has become one of work after 65 to keep paying
Coast. can public is becoming aware ofa the air
t Air Reservists residing' most important stations premiums on their insurance.

Besides adding Sidewinder in a number of Florida cities as potential under-water threat, in the Navy, as hub of '

competition, the program is Including well as Georgia and South Carol- the enemy sub. ASW (Anti-Sub- the vast Jax Navy complex.The Under the old system, after an

for the first time Spar- marirle Warfare) has become one Station is planning no employee reached 65 his life Insurance -

row III and light attack profile ina.TOP ATTRACTION OF the of the biggest words in the mili- formal cele} ration. However, policy declined twq per

mission events. week will be the Davy's widely- tary 'dictionary. the Board of Governors of theNaval cent a month until it reached 25

the "Blue However, the Navy and Naval Affairs Committee and percent of face value.
High scoring squadrons in the publicized flight team,
current trials being held throughout Angels," scheduled to perform at Air Reserve is doing something the Army and Air ,Force Affairs This decline began whetheror

the Fleet will designate NAS Jax Sunday, October 25 at about the situation. Every yeara Committee will host top not the person remained in

teams headed by squadron com- 1300. sizable portion of the Navy's ranking officers at a special active Federal service. Employees

manders and made up of best Floridians, particularly those budget is spent in searching for reception buffet tonight at 1800 did not have to pay premiums

individual scoters in their units. living in the northeast section, (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)) at the Officers Club. after reaching 65 at any rate.

will be given a deeper 'insight WHEN AN employee does work
into the meaning of the ?rarrf rx'fxR'zPyf; ': agRC'k; ?g4i> nr y
peace- past age 65, his two percent a
Navy IssuedOn time Air Reserve :
Regs Naval/Marine
month decline and waiver of pre-
the week.
during miums will begin whenever he
Bill NARTU Jax is now in its 14th .
Hump Pay : r. } }.f.y a.y.'t}}}' 6} 'kx Y'f'' does retire.
year of operation, commissioned .; ,
Washington (AFPS)-Instruc- in April 1946, at NAS Cecil,Field. Y. ;f: .+:. Going into more detail, the
tions I The began witha changes are:
governing $2,000 lump sum civilian/sailors
payments to officers involuntarily meager number of members 1. At all times during em-
vx.f r '
retired under' the recently en- ([four squadrons) and have now 4 14* } ployment persons covered by

acted "Humo Law" have been grown to 17 Navy squadrons and 1 4,4 I' this insurance have the FULIr

published by the Navy. five Marine units, totaling over :', sr i amount of group life and ace!.....

1900 members. dental death and dismemberment
Most Naval captains and
THE PART-time sailor/Marine insurance applicable to their annual -
manders and Marine colonels and I };6r v rffr, ;5dtojJ4 insurancewas
Reservists "muster" in for one salary. Formerly,
lietenant '
colonels slated for involuntary :
: %f It }
4g fd
monthly weekend drill, and report F:4 reduced when an individual
retirement '
on 20 or
in for yearly 14-day 4 reached 65 of age.
one years
,more years active service will .a.n ,f*'.s.c receive, the payments. cruise. 2., FOR EMPLOYEES 65 or
Cruises are conducted at major -
over, payroll withholdings are
Officers who voluntarily electto naval air installations both
f zy}: fr r now required at the same rate
leave the service prior to their .4
the U.S. and overseas. One of under
normal dates of retirement will :}fr applicable to employees
the units, Patrol Bomber Squadron 3 y3:
that started with first
also receive the lump-sum benefit
742, became first Reserve
r pay period beginning September -
but only where a board re- squadron to complete its an- 66.3 : .:i4, :,
23 of this
commendaed their discontinuance nual training d u t y in Rot, year.

in service.On Spain; in August of this year. 4,4 I During employment, there is

the other hand, some officers VP-741 is due to follow her !!'srTTji: : no provision to continue insur-
without cost in reduced
recommended for involun- sister squadron to the Spanish __'_on ,.. .. ...... _.. ... ...... .._ _________ .____ ___ .... ___ .. .____..________. ance a
tary retirement will not receivethe base in ,November. Squadronelfsupport LEADERSHIP SCHOOL GRADUATION-The newly-organ- amount.

separation pay, the instruc- is stressed during ized Leadership School at NATTCenier held ill first graduation 3. Number of years of credit-

tions stated, and those retired for 'his annual training period at last Friday, with Capt. Robert J. Fleming, (left) com- able service needed for title to
manding officer of the Training Center, on hand to present the
both continued life insurance
physical disability are not entitled U.S. and overseas bases. group
certificates. his award is Duel
Receiving Lampp, BM3, with
to the cash settlement. MORE AND more of the Ameri Clarence Caple, AE1. "waiting in the wings" (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 3))

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NAB, Jacksonville

Capt. James R. Reedy ......,,,.,..............................................,..,... Commanding Officer
Capt. Grayston H. Weber ,......................................,...........'............. Executive Officer A
NAB Six Fleet Jacksonville, Dear Sir, .
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig .........................,........,..............,..................... Commander at in the Jax ;/ ,*
Capf. George R. loker ..................:......................................... Chief of Staff, Fairfax Looking pictures
c.pt.: Macpherson Willlami/ .................................................... Chief of Staff, NAB Six News, I couldn't help but ponderon
Flfttt Air Wing Eleven the many youthful faces :

Capt. Robert M. Milner .........................................................,.................. Commander which have peered from these >
Capt. Charles L Lambing ......................................................\..... Chief Staff Officer pages since its beginning in 1942. .a;j
Naval Air Technical Training CanterCapt. \
.r "
Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer Where are they now? fi .1.u

Oomdr. Gerald R. Pearson. ............................................................ Executive Officer Many of the boys gave their .1.
Naval Hospital lives in the line of duty. Others,
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy' ........................................................ Commanding Officer in
Capt. John G. Feder ........................................................................ Executive Officer in constant need of care, are
NAKTU Veterans Hospitals and Homes. i

Capt. F. H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding Officer Still others went on to collegeon
Comdr. B. N. Hart ............................................................ Acting Executive Officer the "Bill of Rights" and attained -1k.

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no their goals in business and .-:- a a"MY

expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.95 Rev. July 1958. I the professional world. Some men I
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian'personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, left the service and took up any
Naval 'Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air vocation in order to live. I _
Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. _--_
Service Information Officer .................... Comdr. Alex N. Mcinnis Jr. ONE EXJAX sailor, stationedat NEW OFFICE" Lt (Jg) Veryl Henricksen, (left)
- Assistant Service Information Officer .................... Andrew H. Pleney the Air Station in August 1944, NATTCenier Protestant Chaplain, Is shown NAS ,Chaplain'soffice
, Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporten-Elaine Terrell; Ron Davis, AN; Gent is now one of the links in a local by Lt. Billy Wolfe, new NAS Jax Chaplain. The Station's
Hagan, JOSN. Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien, PH3. newest chaplains reported aboard last month. While the NATT
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material building company. After leaving Center chaplain came here from school at Newport, R. I., Lt.
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit is given. Photographs, the Station, Henry Bachara spent Wolfe reported from duty at Trinidad.
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. two years in the Pacific, and like
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions thousands of others, eventually
8164, 656, 272 or 216. Two New Protestant
returned to his hometown.His .

Supply Personality 7PT}P DQM.'dMOS:P"' ; ; ; store with first his'brother job was in Fred a grocery, who Chaplains Report InTwo

also went from NAS to the Pacific -

Award GarneredBy -1 and another brother. Protestant chaplains recently reported aboard the

Armed with the desire to be Station for duty. They are Lt.. Billy Wolfe, of NAS, and Lt I

Jas. CrowderJames an architect, if not the money, (jg) Veryl 'Henncksen,
laincy in 1951, Chaplain Wolfe
Henry started building a small Both arrived last month. WhileLt
Crowder of Control of served with the Marines at Camp
house in his time. Many
Division of Supply Department ,"........1 spare (jg) Henricksen came directly Pendleton. He later
was chaplainfor
his service and high school
has been chosen from school at Newport, R.I.,
"Supply Per- UN in Korea in
i iJ'' friends helped out on weekends. a camp
aboard from
Lt. Wolfe reported
sonality of the Month" for Oct- SOMETIMES when obstacles 1952, after which he served an-
ober. Crowder has maintained duty at Trinidad, W. I.
a came up, the boys grew disgustedby other tours with the Marines at
record of outstanding performance the "sad" dilemma of those: A GRADUATE of Stetson U. Camp Legume.

as immediate supervisor of who stayed at home and made in Deland, Chaplain Wolfe attended IN 1954, he received ordersto
eight stock control batteries
oodles of money while others defended Southwestern Baptist serve a one-year tour aboard
responsible for procuring and the country.Nevertheless Theological Seminary at Fort the battleship USS Mississippi.

maintaining stocks of aircraft with perseverance Worth, Tex., where he graduatedwith "Recruit duty" was next for Lt.
engines, .engine accessories instruments "
and instrument and Navy-like tenacity, a BD degree., While study- Wolfe, as he served two ye d

parts. spare Henry and his brothers emerged ing there, he was associate pas- at RTC, Bainbridge, Md. f

He into full-fledged builders with a Fishing is Chaplain Wolf
was recently commendedby tor of nearby churches..
the staff company of their own.I primary hobby, although he
supply officer, Com-
SUPPLY Personality fox can't help wonder what After entering the Navy chap-
you intramural ,
NavAirLant, for an outstanding October Is James Crowder. been active in sports
job of stocking, controlling and (the reader) will be doing 15 and swimming, and played in"'"

reporting engines in critically Tickets Go To years from now. If what my Red Cross Staff the band at college. I
brother did in 15 is '
short supply.A years an '"I'm happy with my Jackson-
Aid Service
native of La Junta example, I know other sailors he comments.
Colo., ville assignment,
272 Traffic can take heart and not be dis-
Crowder Seeks WorkersThe
began his in
Civil Serv- "This is the .first time my
ice career in May 1955, as a mayed about the future. Staff Aid Service of the eight-year Navy career I've been

clerk-typist in supply, after three Violators HereDuring Sincerely, American Red Cross is due to stationed in my home state, and
years in the (Mrs.) Mary Lewis start its semi-annual recruit- fruitful
Navy as a store- the month of September I'm 'looking forward to a : -
Jacksonville '
keeper. ing drive Monday. "
272 tickets Were issued by ministry here.
Because of his The Staff Aid Service is
outstanding Station police to violators aboard SPECIAL CHAPLAIN Henricksen, who
abilities and composed of volunteer workers
qualifications, the Naval Air Station. entered the Navy in 1933 as a
Crowder has recently been Navy's space veteran monkey interested in assisting in
Appearing before the Traffic line officer, served in Operations
selected for promotion to Supply Miss Baker, has officially graphic, and receptionist work the USS Ca-
Officers 239 Department
were some cases,
Requirements Officer, GS-7, in taken up residence at the Naval where needed.
while the U.S. Commissioner balier, ATA39, and later at NAS
the newly established Program school of Aviation Medicine at Anyone interested in becom-
disposed of 37 violations. Minneapolis Minn.
Management Branch of the Sup- NAS Pensacola. ming a member of this worth- ,

ply Department. Following offenses were com- Miss Baker is living in a specIally while volunteer service may After discharge from the Navy,

Crowder was honored recently mitted during September: reck- designed stainless steel contact Mrs. Nona Storey, Staff Lt (jg) Henricksen became a
less driving, four passing school Aid student at Lutheran Seminary at
'by fellow employees at a "Pot ; cage, air conditioned and heated, Chairman at the Red
Luck" luncheon in the Supply' bus, one; obstructing traffic, 15; adjoined by an observation room Cross Office, Building 39 St. Paul, Minn.A .

'Department classroom.'Employee Improper parking, 49; failure to with one-way windows. aboard the Station, or call extension .- native of Clear Lake, Iowa,
stop at stop sign, 16; speeding, 552 or 554. he graduated in 1952 from St.
. The quarters isolate Miss Baker -
Polio'Inoculations 61; faulty equipment, 16; inat from contagious diseases. Free nursery service is Olaf College in Northfield, Minn.,
tentive driving, one; involved in I available to all trainees and he in track
where participated
When mate is chosen
a for her,
on-Station accident, 20. involved l workers.
Due in off-Station accident: nine another d l he'll also live in the new "home.. and football activities.He .

Polio immunization for civil- offenses, 75. says he feels he has been

ian employees ,is slated to take The Traffic Officer handed out In 'Good Ole Days Men "called by God in to the chap-

:place October 27-30'in Building 39 restrictions; 21 resJ.riction and laincy .to serve Him."

101-W.- C.O.; 20 were sent to Traffic Had No Say In Reupping
All persons wishing to receive School, while 12 others were Jax Has
first inoculation should restricted and sent to Traffic Recruiting in today's Navy is

report sometime during that School; 30 received warnings; a far cry from the days of the haunt on the waterfront to spend Several

week, Jn accordance with .a seven cases were dismissed; five, old sailing ships, as vividly pictured their hard-earned money. Openings of
schedule to be issued soon. were indefinitely suspended; 11 in a review of proceduresby 'AFTER shooting the works, Openings exist in the ranks
Employees who received their they were again ready for the Jacksonville Symphony Or-
cases were forwarded; 32 sent to All Hands Magazine.IN serv-
second shot at least seven months the C.O.* for action and 49 viola THE "good ole days," able ice, but would have to be bribed chestra for any qualified musi-

ago should plan to get their third tors were suspended. bodied men had no choice as to I with "ready money." This was cians.
'1 shot during this time. galled "prest" money, "prest"being Especially needed are persons
Of the tickets issued during whether or not they wished to
Fourth shot will be admini- volunteer servicein an old Franch word mean- who play bassoon or any ,stringed -
for. continuous
September, 11 were
stered to those employees who ing ready. instrument.
other commands for action, the Navy. As each voyage
received their third inoulationat Accepting this money volun- Interested contactthe
seven were visitors, 13 trans- ended, they were paid off. persons can
least tarily or under duress made the EL 45479or
one year ago. symphony office at
fered from NAS Jax and no
After getting their they
money I
recipient again ready to be Mrs. George Orner, FL 9-4964,
further action was taken. There would be, at least temporarily, pressed Into service.
The Navy first used the Pana- for further information.
were nine accidents by privately finished with the Navy. It wasn't Recruiters were called
ma Canal on Oct. 12, 1914, when owned vehicles and by govern- until 1853 that continuous service I and it was their "prestgangs" I
duty to Little Boy: "Dad, 1 want a
the USS Jupiter crossed the''Big ment vehicles, 10. was introduced. see that enough men were "presT drink."

Ditch" from the Pacific to the Some 27 tickets ate awaiting As the men were paid off, into the service to man ships of Father: "So do 1, now shut up

Atlantic. disposition. they would go to a habitual the 19th century Navy. and go back to sleep."


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15 October 1959 JAX AIR MEWS >

'Banjo King' Eddie Peabody Is Still All -Aut For The Navy ::1

Washington (AFPS) ThOU-] star in the entertainment world ness. He established an interna- than 60 bands, organized the

sands of servicemen know the i for 39 years. tional reputation as a banjo virt- show "Meet Your Navy," and recruited i

slight, 59-year-old man, for his CAPT. EDDIE got his first uoso, starred in motion pictures, 'top entertainers.After .
bubbling enthusiasm, natural wit taste of Navy life in March 1917, made recordings and developed the war he took his "of-

and showmanship.BUT when he enlisted as an appren- shows in Europe as well as the ficial" discharge from the Navy I

THEY undoubtedly know tice seaman-and liked it. U.S. But part of his time was but his enthusiasm was unflag- II

him best as the "banjo kigr," Throughout the years between always reserved for the Navy, ging. Today, he is "officially"back

dedicated Navy man and "one- world wars he worked his way its musicians, morale and gen- on active duty for training

,:, ..._... ," man recruiting staff." up the promotion ladder from en- eral well-being. sonnel here, as tireless now as he
With TheToastmasfers He is, of course, Capt. EdwinE. listed status to lieutenant com- WHEN ,THE shadow of WWII with the Bureau of Naval Per-

Peabody, USNR organizer and mander by 1940.Meanwhile deepened, Captain Eddie went was 20 years ago. '
participant in more than 6,000 Capt. Eddie's sta- back into uniform. At Great As the banjo king puts it:

Navy shows during WWII and a tute was growing in show busi- Lakes NTS, 111., he trained moreFood "They'll have to blast me outl"
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'theme"Making, of MarNav the Sale"Toastmasters was the Always Use } US API Adds

Club 2280 Thursday at Charlie's : R
a i= ;.k..
yY i 4 $rS \: ,
Restaurant Table Five
topics concern- Caution On CoursesTo
ing salesmanship were followedby

four appropriate speeches."SpeakerSalesman" Curriculum

of the Boating TripCoast

evening was Bill Kellogg in close Madison. WU. (AFPS) Five
competition with Bill Hood, Paul Guard officials have recently newly-revised courses have been

LeBlanc and Jake Jacobs. published a small pam- added to the United States Arm-

Installed as Sergeant at Arms phlet entitled "Pleasure Craft" ed Forces Institute curriculum,
was Hood, replacing Dick (CG-290) that should be a must USAFI officials announced here.
with all small boat owners or
Murphy who is transferring to Two are high school level
Denver, Colo.Membership. operators.It
the others introduc-
of.'the courses: are
in 2280 is to includes highlights
open r tory college level which were im-
all males of good moral character 1958 Federal Boating Act, the
proved to meet the needs of service -
over 21 years of age. For further minimum legal requirements for scholars.A (
information call Ed Wright at pleasure craft (including out-
extension 653 or Jim Wood at boards) and a list of safety sug- ninth grade English course,
E-101, will offer lessons in litera-
extension 8447.Toastmasters. gestions. +c t
ture and sentence construction.
the latter <
Among are many
High school level General Science
of Club No. 546 rules that should be followed by
II, D 276, is an up-to-date studyof
and their ladies enjoyed a rous- anyone who climbs into a boat, scientific facts, theories and
ing round of speeches climaxedby whether it's for fishing, water- applications.
installation of officers last skiing or just a pleasant cruise.
I _. College level Plane Trigonom-
week. These include: ---<<' '; --
Fritz Hellings started the even- Do not overload. Even on a SAFETY PAYS AT O&R CapL Thomas B.:. Haley,, etry, D 435, was revised to satisfythe
(second from left) NAS' Jax Overhaul and Repair: Officer, presents 'demand in the Armed Forcesfor
ing with an intriguing table top- calm day too much weight in a pins and commendations for accident prevention to three in 'rn theniat-
ics discussion on possibility of a boat can cause trouble' and if a O&R employees. Left to right, Harry Jarrard .Plant pivislon ; persons' skilled
planet devoted to men only. sudden squall comes up you and Foreman; Capt. Haley; Walter Tarr, Leadingman Welder, and ics. ,
t Moe Moessner took the Club your passengers are likely to end, William Kiblor Leadingman Electrician. ,All are accepting' for' 4:'American. Ggvernment1} jll, JD
their shops. Also gelling an award but not pictured, was
476, is a continuation of,the basic
,, ,back to yesteryear with his des- up swimming. Donald Cameron, Quarterman Mechanic. I
\. cription of Henry Ford's old Keep an alert lookout. Serious government course which Vj&a-
..tin- lizzie," Steve Hamilton, accidents have resulted from a phasizes the structure an4 functions -
soon to return to civilian life, failure in' this respect. Watch for Handling Course ; of state and: ,local ,govern-

'delivered...hist Icebreaker. underwater obstacles as well as ments.
New officers installed were: surface objects. The newest USAFI Introductory -
Moessner, president; Hellings, For their safety and your Underway On StationPractice psychology course, General

I educational vice-president; Bill peace of mind *- have children Psychology, D 485, will offer les-

, Highsmith, administrative vice- wear life preservers. In fact, nev- of principles of sanitation in food handling is sons on human,behavior.

president; Tom Knight, secre- er hesitate to have "all hands" topic of a two-week_school in progress at the Station's Main-
tary; Bill Fraser, treasurer, and wear them if conditions warrantit. side Theatre since Monday. '
Dick Blankenship, sergeant-at- attended by each student, 'two WE CAN ,USE
'arms. District Governor Don If you capsize, remember it is It was anticipated that some each morning and I two each afternoon -
Muller installed officers ; best to stay with the boat if it 150 food services persons-both once each week.
continues to float. The boat will military and civilian-would attend Instructors for the, current t Military pay day originally

Navy Civilian Toastmasters installed aid searchers and attempts to the daily classes this week, class are CWO Smith Tharp,NAS scheduled for Nov. 2 will beheld

officers and selected representatives swim to shore too often end in as required by SecNav instruc- Jax Sanitation Officer, and James I Oct. 30, it was announ-

for the Area Eight disaster. tion.AN Brady, HM1, assisted by Robert ced by the Disbursing Officer

speakoff, at Tuesday night's ses- Water skiing is a great sport, ANNUAL affair, a similar Diffenderfer, HM1. here.

sion at Karl Hellenthal's. but only when you are,well clearof class was conducted aboard the CAPT. KARL Whitney, Executive Stragglers pay day previ-

t. Taking office were Bill Clear- all other boats, bathers and Station last year. Medical Officer, Is speakerat ously slated for November 3

man, president; Ezra Batte, edu- obstructions. Eight hours of instruction are four dally sessions,while Hugh has been shifted to November
cational vice president Junior 2, it was also announced.
; Butner, of the Fla. State Boardof
Teske, administrative vice pre- Health, has been speaker in

sident; Dick Baber, secretary; kiL afternoon classes this'week. What They're Saying"We

Dick Barker Jr., treasurer; and : With use of films, blackboardand must remember that the

Bill Purcell, sergeant-at-arms. other board of health train- threat of Soviet communism Is

Officiating at the installation ing aids\areas of instruction include many-pronged. It is economic,

ceremony was Don Muller, dis- bacteriology, food-borne political and ideological. It is active -
trict governor of Sunshine Dis- r t + u; I diseases, personal hygiene and in all parts of the*world,andit

trict 47.Outgoing. work habits, storage preparationand seeks to control the minds of
officers included serving of food and drinks,
Andy Planey, president; Ken men.We
handling and cleaning of utensils
cannot meet it with military -
Scales, educational vice presi- .
and equipment, good housekeep. alone. To meet its
dent; E. K. McIlrath, admini- t;. 4 <. ing techniques, and rhodent and power
must be
challenge we, strong economically -
strative vice president Junior .
; Yiib 3'x ) $ /OA' 4Y.I insect controL
in determina-
Teske, secretary; Walt Stanul, ,
Certificates of completion are tion to preserve justice under
and Ezra Batte
treasurer, ser-
{ to be awarded those who regu- law, and strong in.our ,faith in
geantatarms.Dr. 4 4 f larly atend classes by the NAS the American way."-Jamee H.
Max Suter selectedby
Medical Department.. Douglas, Secretary of the Air
the membership to carry the
ONCE AN employee Force.
banner for Navy(Civilians in the completesthe
y, course, he is required to attend -
Area speakoff Nov. 14 at Hellenthal's -
two-hour Just once we'd like to see a
a refresher
Restaurant. Dr. Dave t course
x every six months. Next refresher waitress courageous enough to
Moomaw will be alternate speak-
course will convene in March. place the ,check on your table

er.Tuesday's program, in which ; One purpose of the classes, according face up.

to CWO Tharp, is to
wives of members participated,
Manager Navy ExchangeFood
was toastmastered by Lawton .t i : "give food handlers a pep talk
Green, with Ken Scales as table and encourage them to keep on Services Dept.

topics chairman. Barker spokeon MARINE WINS HONORS Pfc. Raymond Herrmann, the clean side." Through the course, "personnel -
"How I Quit Smoking;" Gor- (left) has won a letter of commendation for his outstanding After completing the course, become good food handlers,
don King on "Leadership;"' Mc- scholastic record, as. a student at Aviation Electrician's Mate students "take a more personal rather than 'hash slingers,," 'he
School, Class A. Congratulating him is CapL W. L. Burnett "
interest in their work John
Ilrath on "Reliving a Psalm"and says says. definitely Increases calibre -
Adjutant of Marine Aviation Detachment. Herrmann finished
Stanul on "Civil Defense." first in a class of 12 in the 22-week course. Baldwin, Assistant Food Serv- of their work."


4 JAX AIR NEWS October 1959For

p_ ____
Reserves Bid I

k > 'So Long' 'To

k {
Last Airship

1 tr The Naval Air Reserve has
,- conducted its last flight of a light-

erthanairairship.Acting .
a -
jiA I under orders from

d rw Washington, NARTU Lakehurst,

: N. conducted. final flights 'Jast
r i' flcv. t week before de-activation of

three Weekend Warrior airship
squadrons on December 31.

Rent CEASING of Reserve airships I
Bdrm unfurn hie. kit' equtpt. Cony.
end of 12 of
to NAS. 5217 Ortega Forest Dr. CO 3yi Y"a'q will mark years
49962. / weekend training for lighter-

Bdrm hta, large yard kit equlpt. .than-air craft under the,. Chiefof
corw. to.schools. EV 9-4275: or SP 1877.. Naval Air Reserve Training.All .
aim apt. furn. tony to schools and

EV NAS.86768.$55 per mo. 4502 Irvlngton Aye. K ._.' ...:;,,........ ......._._;;,._.-.- ,...rfn'.+av"a7o.h'u.acuarsa_i.. .. : .. 8, vAT the airship West Coast Reserve were squadronson deactivated -

Bdrm furn apt. clean, attractive, and BIRTHDAY BALL-Highlight of the first annual Aviator's Birthday Party last weekat last year.
reasonable. Neptune Beach, Ocean View, the NAS Jax Officers Club was cake-cutting ceremonies. Doing the honors was Capt. Fred
will necessitate
Prlestman Ret. oldest in this vicinity. A capacity throng attended The
11) Rose PI. EV 9-5885 or CH 63506. one of the known Naval fliers
5-fm bath, kit $65 the' affair, a sort of preliminary to the 50th anniversary of Naval aviation in 1960. Capt shifting of LTA personnel and
apt. I
mo. 4349 St. Johns Ave. EV 9-7464. per Priestman is pictured in civilian clothes immediately behind cake. On his right is Capt. officers to heavier-than-air

2-Bdrm furn. apt. gas and diet furn. James R. Reedy, Station commanding officer. squadrons at Lakehurst.

204 River Rd. Orange Park. FORMATION of at least one

2518 2-rm.Herschel apt. furn.St. apply at Apt. hie. As Space Systems Improve ADULT BIBLE more anti-submarine, squadron

2-Bdrm hte. dining rm., living rm., (heavier-than-air) is likely, ac-
large screened porch. across from new CLASS FORMED cording to Comdr. Frank D. Mc-

Jr.-Sr. High school on Blanding Blvd. Military Plays Bigger RoleAn The new Adult Bible Classof Gafflgan, NARTU Lakehurst
CO 4-9787. .
Furn. epts. 2-Bdrm, $85 1-Bdrm, All Saints Chapel has got'ten commanding officer.
75Efficiencet, 65 Partial AAald-aervlce off to a good start. A good Lakehurst is a part of the
Included. Utilities not included. EV 77172. orderly and progressive transfer of space' projects sized group of officers and enlisted Naval Air Reserve Training Com
from the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) to
Feeble men were present for mand, as is NARTU Jax. The
3-Bdrm, 1-bath hse. GI equity $66 per the military has. been announced by Defense Department. the first meeting last week. local unit has never had airships.
mo. Normandy. EV 4-3833 or EV 9-7711 me. transfer is taking place to .
basis of It's been discovered that
Ext. 518. department on primary
prepare for the shift from "development" -
51,' 1953 la Stile$ h.. trlr. 2-bdrm, interest for special competence." many more persons wanted to
bath, will take $300 cash or'' trade. to "use" of space The following assignment for attend but did not know whereto DM, SV Ratings
systems and to simplify admini-
Baldwin, shop 6275.
find the Small Chapel, site
3-Bdrm hse. garage, near schools strative procedures, newsmen payload development h a v e already -
Small down paymt. PensacoU, Fla. EV have been told. been approved: where class meets. Given RevampingLatest
71295. The Chapel is situated be-
Midas, satellite for*early warnIng enlisted to be
ASKED if ARPA was getting ratings
16' Star Rambler Travel Trailer, Electric tween the Protestant and
brakes sleeps five'assume pymts. out of the space business, Dr. against ballistic missiles, to Catholic Chapels. The latter revamped in the Navy's program
,Chief Williams extension 8544." Herbert York, DOD Director of the Air Force; Samos, reconnaissance fronts on Muslin road. of altering rates for mod-

Research.,and Engineering said satellite system, to the Air The class; under directionof ern needs are draftsman- and

Fleet Reserve that "largely and eventually" the Force; Transit, satellite-borne Chaplain Lt. Billy Wolfe, surveyor ratings.
agency would be out of the spacebusineSs. navigation system, to the Navy, meets each Sunday at 0930. i The changes, 'latest in a seriesof
and Notus, the interim satellite- 'changes started several years
National Meet The Book of Acts is currently
The plan provides, basically, borne communication system, 'to being studied.FAW11 ago to streamline the structure,

Set For TexasThe for eventual assignment to the I the Army. have already been approved:'
Air Force of the responsibility Secretary of the Navy.
Fleet: Reserve Association for development, production and The draftsman (DM)' general

has announced that Vice Admiral launching of military space service rating has been 'redesig-
[IlL P. Smith, Chief of Naval Per- boosters. nated a general rating in all pay'crades.

sonnel, will be principal ,speakerat They are DMS, (structural
THE PLAN also provides "for
the FRA's 32nd National Con- ), DME (electrical), 'DUO
the separate assignment of the
vention, Sunday, Oct. 25 at the (illustrative), DMT (topographical -
development responsibilities for
Shamrock Hilton Hotel in Hous- ; ) and DMM (mechanical).
payloads and specialized ground
tonTexas.The In changing name of the drafts-
support equipment for and
FRA, association of space man rating to illustrative draftsman
satellite systems to the military
r 50,000 career enlisted men of the A I kk, .. the Navy will place em-
Regular Navy and Marine Corps, j phasis on illustrative skill and

is a unique association, and the FRA Branch 126 }' { } <$ }'} t.<. {3: #}A> ; :''f knowledge of men in that rating.In .

only group which has consistently addition to the illustrative
To Meet TonightFleet
since 1922, appearedbefore skill, however, a man will still

Congress on behalf of career enlisted Reserve Association, have to know basic mechanicaland

personnel of the Armed Branch 126, is planning' to hold electrical drafting.

Forces., its regular monthly meeting tonight The title of surveyor (SV)

s It is sometimes referred to as a (Thursday) at 2000 in the general rating, for grades E-6

professional military association meeting hall at 4530 120th St., :\:. t through E-9, has been changedto
t since stringent membership requirements Yukon. xQ ;}{. -a,::Q, rt. \ engineering aide (EA).

include a minimumof Cong. Charles :E. Bennett, an WA The surveyor (SV) general

6', years active service as an honorary member of the Yukon rating at grades E-4 and E-5 has

enlisted man, plus being on active branch, will be on hand to givean been disestablished.

duty in the Regular compon- informative talk. > Taking its place are two serv-

ents of Navy and Marine Corps. A 15-minute film on the fighton {.t_ ______ _' _._______ ___ ___ mm... _.._..______________..___ ice ratings-engineering aide S
.. GRADUATION Eleven men have graduatedfrom aide
SecNav Notice 1050 of 25 (surveyor) and engineering
will also
muscular dystrophy the first class of the year at the Fleet Air Wing 11 Radio
informed all ships and stationsof
be presented. School. Capt. R. M. Milner, FAW-11 Commander, presented
the FRA's convention dates of A sultan at odds with his
All' members and prospective certificates to the graduates, who were in training to become
Oct. 24-28 and encouraged all radio operators aboard, ,multi-engine aircraft. Capt. Milner harem
commands to grant leave to officer members,, and their wives, and presents certificate and offers congratulations to J. E. Simmons, Thought of a way he could
ladies of Unit 261 are invited to ATN3, honorman of the class.
and enlisted personnel, who scare 'em, /
attend the meeting.
are members, 'to attend, provided He caught him a mouse' ,
their services can be spared. Radiomen Finish CourseGraduation Set it loose in the house,

And started the first hareroscarem. -

Contract Naval certificates were Lcdr. G. W. Dittman is directorof .
Fighter Courtesy: presented October 2 to 11 enlist- e .
the Wing's Radio School. He
Awarded ed who ,successfully completed
McDonnell men -
also serves as FAW-11 Com- A country gal went to a doctorto
Short CourseIf the Fleet Air Wing 11
McDonnell Aircraft has re- munications Officer. talk to' him, about her grand-
ceived a $137,600,000 second pro- Radio School. maw.
military personnel were
duction contract for F4H-1 all- Capt. R. M. Milner, Commander Instruction and daily operationof "We gotta do something about
) weather Jet fighter aircraft. tending a funeral, officially whep Fleet Air Wing 11, presentedthe the School is in the hands of grandmaw," she told the doctor.

i, The carrier-based F4H-1, call- would they salute certificates to graduates.The C. D. Beckley, RMC, and B. It's her I1'I\ kin'."

ed Phantom H, is undergoing ex- Whenever honors are rendered. men went through the 12- Northern, RMI. Next class is to -N 0 tD don't fret none, said

tensive Navy testing prior to introduction This would be when the body is week school in training to be convene Monday, October' 19. Belle, lots of women smoke:"

into Fleet units. radio operators in multi-engine "I know that," said the girl,
removed from hearse to the aircraft.J. On Oct. 3, 1921, the USS "but grandmaw inhales."

1,850 U.S. Marines were order- chapel, from chapel to the cais- E. Simmons, ATN3, of VW- Olympia sailed from Newport, "I still wouldn't fret,"exclaimed

ed to Man Guard duty Oct. 20, son and from caisson to the grave. 4, was hononnan of the class. R. I. for France to 'return the the doc. "Lots of women in-

1926, by the President to put an Honors are also rendered when Simmons averaged 3.83 while N. body. of the 'WWI Unknown hale."

,end to daring and successful the volleys are fired and when R. Russell, ATSAN, of VP-5, was Soldier for burial at Arlington, "Yeah," said Sadie Belle, "but

railway man car robberies. "Taps" is sounded. second with 3.80. Va. prandmatfl don't erhale"Papo


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15 October 1959 JAX AIR NEWS ?. 5

Illinois Veterans I For The Modern Age '

Now Eligible For Service Academies Change

Korean GI Bonus To Nuclear Era Curriculum

Veterans from Illinois will receive -
S a $100 bonus if they meet 1 Washington (AFPS-The) problem of keeping service

the following conditions in accordance academies apace with the complexities of modern weaponryand
with a recent state an- the worldwide battle of ideas is receiving close study by ,
1 nouncement.The military educators.Each .
t, k 'd courses will be emphasized for
bonus will go to those who of the three major acad- outstanding plebes.

,tp tt had service on or after June 27, emies is undergoing academic The Naval Academy is the,lat
fp 1950 and before :July 27, '1953, revolutions designed to give fu- est to revamp its curriculum. In
earned the Korean Service Medal ; ture career officers an education late August, the Navy announceda
and were residents of Illinois for \ strong in science and the hu- sweeping change in its ap-
g f 12 ,months immediately preced- l ljJ manities. proach-the most extensive since
ing their entry into service. THE AIR Force Academy splitsits 1850.
;::: : &_ .?.s
curriculum evenly between
t Survivors of Illinois veterans RETURNING middies find no
who died before Jan 1, 1955, ofa science and humanities in an attempt more "hardware" courses such as
s service-connected injury or to give "education, not "Naval Boilers" and "Ship Sta-
training." Cadets rarely sit in a "
disease incurred on or after June bility.
27, N50 and before July 27, 1953, cockpit during their four years. Instead they will study mathematics -

wide-ranging study 'of its cur- conditions df gravity and aero-
d They will be paid according to MATH PAYS OFF Seldom does it happen to people
r the following priorities: Spouse, you know, but it did this time. A national contest winner riculum. Last year, the Military dynamic forces, or developmentsin
children, parents, brothers and proudly displays copy of a $4620 check to fellow workers Academy queried 13,000 gradu- weapons control and target
!) at NAS Jax O&R Department. Walter Stovall (seated) Mathe- ates on what changes they interception systems. '
sisters. matician in Performance Revue Division shows winnings to
should be made. It then
thought is
r1 However (left to right) Mildred Brockman, Perry Medlock R. M. Proc- Object of the new approach
a spouse remarried tor and Jo Duffek. Stovall was third-place winner in the called on, a panel of consultantsto to offer studies of a more fundamental
before July 1, 1959, is ineligible contest. He also gets a 1960 automobile. suggest revisions. nature "which will not

t for payment. The educators proposed some soon go out of date." There is

Bonus application forms may Saturday Holiday Bill OKd elective courses, more humani- also a new emphasis on language
e be obtained from the Illinois ties, and more specialization in and social science studies.President .

Veterans Commission, State Office By Last Session Of Hill the upper classes.LOCATING .
e Bldg., 401 South Spring. St., space in the cur-
h Springfield, Ill. The so-called Saturday holiday bill for government em-: riculum is a problem, the head of Hails

The application deadline is ployees was passed in the last session of Congress. It assures the panel observed, but he esti- '
July 1, 1965. that all employees will get holiday benefits on an equal basis mated changes will go on grad- MSTS On Its

regardless of work schedules. ually for the next five years.

MAD Plans Ladies NightThe The new bill makes Friday a day falls on their day off. This fall, West Point is short- 10th BirthdayWashington

Marine Aviation Detachment day off for Monday through Fri- If a person must work on one ening classes in vocational sub- (AFPS)The 10th
e will hold "Wives holi- x>f the new, days off, he will be
a Night" day employees when a legal jects, such as map reading and anniversary of the Navy's 'Military -
next Monday at 1930 in Build- given holiday pay.
day falls on Saturday.IT graphics, to lengthen classes in Sea Transportation Serviceon
ing 572. When the holiday falls on Sat-
1 PROVIDES for employees urday, six-day-week, workers social c ences. Advanced science Oct. 1 was highlighted by a
Lt. CoL William P. :Mitchell,
on' shifts other 't h a n Monday will,be given the day off. message from President Eisenhower -
commanding officer of the De-
9 through Friday,to have the pre- ALL GOVERNMENT employees hailing "a worldwide sea-
s' tachment, will be there to wel- Outpatient Dept.
. come the ladle ceding ,day off whenever, a.holi- will now get eight paid lift'to sustain'our nation's global
holidays yearly; Before passageof Sets New Hours "
, I. this bill, some received 'the I. commitments. *
Someone Needy Is' 'eight days but other only got The Outpatient Departmentat Mr. Eisenhower, in his mess
the Naval Hospital will
seven paid holidays. age to Vice Adm. Roy A. Gano,
close at 1630 weekdays and
1i Due to okaying of the bill, the MSTS commander, said that the
necessity of passing an Execu- 1200 Saturdays, beginning service, which is the ocean ship-
On YouSomewhere
the medical
Depending : Monday facility
ping for the Departmentof
tive Order to give workers"a, Friday agency
says ,in an announcement of
) off when Saturday is a holi- Defense, "performs a mission
in Jacksonville family heeds, clothing and day, as was done for this, past new operating hours. essential to security of the Unit-
All in the
food; a traveling family is stranded, out of funds and'facesthe Fourth of July holiday won't be will patients be seen, however.waitingroom ed States" and to'that of the free

prospect of no lodging for' the night; a person is hospi- necessary. Opening hours of the Outpatient world.

talized with an incurable disease; a home burns, the family Department will remain "My' best wishes to* you and
'A minister command for continued
delivering a sermon your
1 has no place to go; a child is abandoned. the same.
had a bandage on his chin. He success in your important con-
Emergencies only will be
" Everywhere there is a disaster involving some personor said that he had been concentrating treated in the EmergencyRoom tributions to the national defense -

BI some family. It has been said that we are getting more on his sermon that morning, in the Hospital's Ad- ," the Chief Executive's
BI and more complacent in our dealings with our fellow man. and had. cut himself while shav- ministration Buiding| after message concluded.

There are hundreds of families less fortunate than, ours ing. working hours. MSTS, established Oct. 1, 1949,
right here in Jacksonville. What are we to do about it? "Too bad," said a voice from The hours has the status of a major fleet
i -_00- __ _,. .. ... new closing are
the amen corner, "that he didn'tconcentrate and is operating force under
FORTUNATELY THERE IS A charitable organizationto being set up in the interest of
on his chin and cut the Chief of Naval Operations.It .
I assist those individuals or families in need. It is the his better patient care.HONORED .
Community Chest-United Fund which provides assistance sermon. is made up of militarymanned -
I through 42 separate agencies, each doing a splendid'joq. 6 ..;q.yvn:ax M MYa+++}.'a:9'Vt' {j Y.? :4f! M,A. fM'N1!?'...Y '!..,.MtMssrv wxyy commissioned Navy ships,
3 civilian manned Navy owned
People who need help sometimes are too proud to seek ships, and chartered vessels priv-

it. You can be very important' to these people and can make ? 4;p/ ately owned and,, commercially
.. life more pleasant for them by contributing to the Chest- operated.In .

'0 United Fund. : addition to its headquartershere

MOST PEOPLE ARE FAMILIAR with the 42 agenciesof MSTS maintains area com-
CC-UF, while some would like to know who they are. J j!IkI mands at New York, San Fran-
The agencies are (in alphabetical order): American Red cisco, London and Yokohama.

1 I Cross, Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation, Boy Scouts,
Boys' Home Association, Boy Service Council, Brewster LSMs Win Battle
Fire Girls Catholic Charities
Hospital, Camp Children's
Home Society, Children's Museum, Child Guidance and '. f b' {fiiJ4'. #:;{ ...N4 Of Name
Speech Correction Clinic, Clara White Mission, Daniel Mem- Calling
orial.Home, Family Consultation Service, Girl Scouts, Good. \ : : ,, Something new has been add-
will Industries Inc., Hope Haven Hospital, Jewish Welfare ed to four Navy,medium landing
r Society, Legal Aid Society, Mental Health Society, Multiple ships-they now have a name.

Sclerosis, N. E. Florida Heart Association, Nursery School pI'J. :; ;. .,i::? i'ra:, Up until now the ,LSMs, the
Association, Old Folks Home for Colored, Opportunity .. only such ships now operationalin
t Branch YMCA, Pine Castle Work Shop, Planning Division, .f+:f i/Y%hi i.y'k::i' 'q%. S.}}',!;is N9 k J>!#fw::,#:': '.:3v:;''.yi S y. }}':;: the Navy, had number desig-
Salvation Army, Salvation Army Emergency Home for Wo- 1.y nations only.Recently .

1I men, Salvation Army Red Shield Lodge, Salvation Army they were named in
Senior Center. Travelers Aid Society, USO, Visiting Nurse honor of four American cities,

I Association, Central YMCA, James Weldon Johnson Branch ([Kodiak, Alaska; Oceanside,

" YMCA, YWCA, Lewis Branch YWCA. -. ,- Calif.; Lakeland, Fla., and Rari-

Maybe your family may need assistance; maybe your AT 20 Ronald Brogden, (left) is presented tan, N. J.)
home might burn down; someday you will be stranded. Sure, 20-year service pin by Capt. J. Henry Etter, Sixth Naval District The Kodiak and Oceanside are
you will be able to acquire assistance; But wouldn't you Resident Officer-in-Charge-of-CondrucUon. B r 0 g de Do I attached to the Pacific Fleet and
Director of construction in the local office since 1954 has beena
t feel a little better if you yourself' knew that you provideda civilian employee in the Sixth Naval District for the past 18 I their sister ships are part of the
portion of the aid you receive? years. He also has two yean military duty. Atlantic FJeet.I .


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6 SAX AIR NEWS 15 October 1959Jax

Hurricane Hunter '

'On 'What's My ,line? :- .- HVi --c_ -

"I'm a Navy hurricane hunter! *

I That's the line .of Lcdr. Morgan Davison, Power Plant i : :

Officer of NAS Jax-based VW-4, who last week momentarily / 3 ; -

stumped television: .panelists on the -popular- "What's MyLine" A N ':>!,>{Y0 ( + },

program. Several VW-4 plane commanders %.Y@*.' ?
Sunday, Oct. 4 was the big
were nominated to appear on
night for the Station pilot, as he '-
the telecast, and Lcdr. Davidson
made his first appearance on TV
selected producers -
was by program 3'
on a
after a study 'of biographies
telecast from New York.
supplied by the Jax squadr n.
INTRODUCED by moderator
-APPEARING on 'What's MyLine' rr i A, } t3
John Daly, the new television"personality" LM
was a great honor, he de- 3l
succeeded In puzzl-
clares. "Since I have never beenon -2'4" b'!
,ing panelists Arlene Francis, I
television before, it was really .
Bennett Cerf and Dorothy Kll-
a thrill to appear on a nation-
gallen, plus a guest panelist, for wide network." vmL1 ticJ-! i

about six series of questions. <,.h :. 3 __
This isn't the first time a VW- y lur'__ ......w_.... on
First questions, according to 4 officer has become a "national HANDFUL OF HANDSHAKES They're standing in line at VW-4 these day to shah.
Lcdr. Davison, indicated that television celebrity." Lcdr.. Jack hands with the newest television celebrity in these parts, who recently premiered on "What's
panelists thought the Naval officer PIO My: Line" While Comdr, Drexel Poynter, (second from :right) VW:4 commanding officer coo- I
was connected with subma- DeMayo, former squadron gratulates Lcdr. Morgan Damon who befuddled panelists with his secret Fellow 'Can8 Hunters
rine service. Next false appeared on "To Tell the Truth" Lt. Gene Guano, Lcdr. Wick' Tool Comdr. William Webster and Lt (Jg) Jim Schmidt
concep- last. Fall. (left to right) await ,their turn to greet the TV "star. .
tion that he
was was possibly .
Many other squadron officers I
.associated with jet aircraft. have participated in local tele- Veterans Get G c"e

Miss Kilgallen showed first casts, particularly during the Scoop

'signs of correctly identifying the hurricane seasons. VW-4's, skip-

commander's job, when she began per, Comdr. Drexel Poynter, for On Several 'Queries

inquiring as to whether he example, has been guest speakeron _
associated with the "ele- fNOTES.The
was a Tampa telecast, besides oft- I Here is another list of authoriative answers from ,the ,Veterans -z
ments or communications. en appearing locally. I Admlnstration to questons of interest from ex-servicemen and
LEARNING he was directly I their families. monthly VIP Luncheon at

connected with the elements, she Three Teams On In'Of terest fate became' effective. Does the CPO Club is scheduled to be
Top O.. The VA Is deducting my GI
asked the final question, "Do you insurance out the new rate affect, me in any held Wednesday, October 21,. at
premium payments
fly into the eye of hurricanes?" Wives Bowling Play of the compensation I way? 1130. Guest speaker will be A. L.

He had made' it to the 35 dollar Heading into the fifth week of, receive.I'M .disability A. NO. THE new law In no way Zadoss of Merrill, Lynch, Pierce,

mark before being "found out," action, the Officers Wives Bowl- affects veterans who closed their Fenner and Smith.

i however.The ing League has evolved Into a MOVING and am sending home loans before July 2, 1959. Zadoss will speak on "The

local navigator received tighty knotted affair with teams a notice of my change of addressto You go on making payments to Small Investor." Price of the

,.word'of his selection as "What's Four, Seven and, Ten all even the office which forwards my your lender just as you have luncheon is one dollar. C I u b

My Line" contestant Immediately at the top with 11-4 records. compensation. Should I also no- been doing, at the rate which ap- steak will be on the menu.

after. returning i frora patrol Betty Windham of team four tify the VA Insurance office? plied when you closed the loan.Q. The Harvest Moon Ball is
captured both high and A. Yes. In case of change of
flights into hurricanes Gracieand I am a veteran of the Ko- slated tomorrow night (Friday)
I high set laurels with .208 and address, where premiums are be-
Hannah '
rean conflict who has been out from 2100 to 0100. Music will be
501, respectively, ing deducted from compensation
service I' have Melodaires. will
of two years. a by the Dancing
; Team four also ,claimed high payments, veterans should' no- disability I think is service-con be on the patio, weather permit
I team game with a 759 and high tify both the office which sends
nected. -If the claim I, intend filing ting.
.1 I Scouting the compensation checks and the '
} series of 2145. *
with VA is approved, '
handling insurance.Q. It's hoped all, you c ats and
: Dot Raymer of team 10 ,head- will I be entitled to compensation witches are getting your costumes

'yp-i6, ed the "stranger than fiction" I closed my GI home loan retroactive to my first day as a made for the annual Halloween

The squeal of moving desks, department with a pickup of the with a lender In June of 1959, a civilian? Dance. This takes place October'

I ,fie, cabinets, and lockers In Hangar 6-7-10 split. month before the new 5% n1 A. No. Compensation may be 30 from 2030 to 0100.Prizes will

I 140, is beginning to die downas made retroactive to a veteran'sfirst be awarded for costumes.
.r. : !}KIF 'K;?+}:rt aaa,'}'{ wsrF <
VP-16 completes the move day in civilian life only if

into spares following its return he applied within one year from
from a five-month deployment : his discharge and the VA finds Stephen Captures

I at ,Naval Station, Argentia, New- the disability was compensableat Honors At AE Graduation
foundland. 'Api#rjvYa' v a r { that time. Stephen Killmer, AEMMA of

With its new skipper, Comdr. IF A VETERAN falls to apply Morton, Wash., was honor gra-

I, ,Leslie T. Barco Jr. and the new within that year, payments may duate of Aviation Electrician'sMate

executive officer, Comdr. R. F. .. ', ::- date from the time of applicationonly. School, Class A, at NATT-
Bishop, VP-16 is' busy settling ::3tia Center last week.

,down to a normal routine. Q. Can a veteran with a serv- Killmer is now due to reportfor

;\ Congratulations are in'order &1 ice-connected hearing disability, duty at NAS San Diego,
for the 37 who will-be advanced : aid
men },{.}. who must wear a hearing Calif.INTERNATIONAL.
in rate as a result of ( have, it repaired or replaced at

\, service-wide competition in Aug- }.;:#yji:4. 5?.., any tlme., as part of his VA benefit -

I "si'k f as long as there is.) medical
I ust.The _
following men are being need?

welcomed as the newest mem- ..t}: :r t ,ra{ Y .A. Yes. As long, as the dis-

I bers of VP-16: Lt (jg) Homer ability is service-connected, and y e
Alton, :Ensign: William Davenport there is medical need for repair .
0 :
I ; J. D. Turner, ATe: Billie or replacement of a pros- !' f ,

Goodell, ADI; C. Melillo, ATI; thetic appliance, this will be

Alton Mittelstadt, AD2; Samuel 1 made by the VA.

Floyd, AT2; Antonio Galan, Veterans( living in.or. near

AMAN; John Farrell, AA; John this area* who, wish further inforrnation' -
Mazur, AA, and Ronald Culbertson "BENNY SUGG" WINNERS-Proving it pays to be awake about various benefits ,
AA.CPO. for new ideas and methods of making the Job easier, two employees should write visit 'VA A}
the Office
or -
of the Station's Public Works Department receive Bent
tidal Suggestion Award checks 'from Capt J. Henry Etier, ,at Room 302, Post Office
Wives Club (right) Public Works Officer. Virgil Hoffman. (left) and Robert Building, in Jacksonville.)
McDaniel are each recipients of 95.dollar checks. They thoughtup
the idea of using time clocks to control operation of clarifiers
Plans For Dance in sewage plants. Employee Lodge To Meet

Regular of American Federation of Gov- S y.
monthly gathering

'the CPO Wives Club was held I Trail Riders Planning Horse ShowThe I ernment Employees, Lodge 579,

j Monday at the CPO Club. has scheduled its regular monthly 1 :
Trail Riders of Jackson-
I Four members were Inducted, long program begins at 1000. meeting for Sunday (October
Mesdames Jim ..Deliso, W. Wl ville will present the seventh an-
; nual Fall .W stem Horse Show Eighteen events are scheduledfor 18) at 1400 at W. Union Bap-
Hicks, William Kraus and L. P.
Sedile. Sunday, October 18, at the Flori- riders in all classes, and a tist Church, 755 Acorn street.

Final plans were discussed for da Driving Club grounds in grand entry will be held immedi- All Lodge members are urgedto Y
ately following lunchat 1300.
the Harvest Moon Ball scheduled Orange Park. be present and visitors are

tomorrow night (Friday.) More than 175 horses from Clayton Owens Is general chair- welcome. -VIenna, London and ALLURE the U.s.

Wives Club members will be clubs in Jacksonville, Daytona, man, aided by co-chairman, Ron- all have a claim to rayen-
hostesses for the evening. Spec- Lake City, Ocala, New Smyrna, ald Roberts. The public Is wel- President is James Smith, with haired Jackie Lane but cur-

ial entertainment will be provided Kissimee, Umatilla and Orlandoare come to atend. There will be no W. E. Gordon, vice-president andjjphonfie rently She she belongs to MGM.
plays, a
by a local dance schooL expected to enter. The day- admission charged. Kelly, secretary. charmer in "The Angry Hilla.Pago ."




October 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 7

Station Courts Fish Camp Is Nice Spot

lay Host To I

(Tennis EventLocal To Escape from fares'

racqueteers of the non- Resembling somewhat a :serene Bayou camp, the Sta-

criminal, but highly strung, type tion's Fish Camp is daily pro viding local anglers and boat I

are now being forewarned that enthusiasts a chance to enjoy their pastime.

official entry date for the Station Perhaps tops on the appraisallist
small-size motors run-
use are
tennis tournament October 19 has for pleasure: seekers visitingthe
ning from three to 10 horsepow-
long passed, but according to information 4ar camp is its atmosphere, although -
I from the er, with a dollar a day charge
Athletic Of- N .xxgs.y located a scant few hun-
r +
C. >
Sr and two gallons of fuel thrownin.
fice late entries can still be dred yards from the vast Sta-
sneaked in. tion industrial complex. A bait tank is also maintainedat
To date, 12 men have
signedto ALMOST hidden from the the fish camp. Improvementsare
participate in the
tourney w everyday world, the fish camp is being made on this facility
which will
unofficially crown the > shrouded by a shield of lazy- almost daily.

Station champion.The rt.-- looking oak,trees, burdened with Hardy sailors who enjoy the

contest is open to all act- n* Spanish moss. A winding dirt wind at their back have use of

ive duty military personnel, ex- 3 road adds to the outdoor atmos- five fibreglass ."Beetles." You
cept members of the varsity ten- : phere. must be checked out by the Navy

nis team. 4 Jax Sailing Club Sailing MasterIn
t For those seeking to angle for
Scheduled to be held on the order to use these, however..
the wiry black bass fine fishing
courts behind the Mainside ,
Navy Handling reins at the camp is
Exchange, the tourney will be spots dot the cove adjacent to with
L. S. Pate, AOC. He, along
the first held on the newly redone the camp. his crew of able hands, is avail-

court surface. ESCAPE TO FANTASY-Putting the boat in the water For the plain sightseer or the able for help and advice on sail
Racquets and balls are avail- and taking off for a leisurely cruise or dropping a line in your fisherman, boats are availablefor ing, cruising and fishing.
able favorite water hole is an excellent way to( get rid of cares of
through Special Services rental.There's a reasonable
the day. For military persons aboard the c Station, an ideal
and all personnel interested in place to partake of boating and fishing is at the Fish.Camp, i charge of 75 cents an hour or
playing should make their entry which borders perimeter of the Station' near the Bluejackets the bargain rate of three dollarsa :
through the Athletic Director at Inn. Putting a boat into the "drink" are left to right James day. Fishermen have 20 boats
Harris and Bill Woodrow both of VA-44. I
Building Three, extension 585. at their disposal.
I 1., When the Baltimore Colts
CRUISING on 'the St. Johns clashed with the N. Y. Giants in

Center Touch Loop can accomplished by check pro football's only "suddendeath"

ing out one of the 16horsepower -, championship tilt, who
Swings Into ActionThe Renkin fibreglass runabouts, scored the winning touchdown?

NATTCenter Intramural recently added to the camp's 2. Former Army grid coach

Touch Football League kicked off fleet. Earl Blaik made one of his football -

last Monday with two games on The fish c camp is open for players famous when he invented -

the docket. business five days a week from the "Lonely End Offense."

The Sparkles "Blue" team VAP-62 'A' VW-4 'D'PACE 0800 to sunset, with Tuesday and Name him.

downed fellow classmates of the Wednesday being days of rest 3. What pigskin player won

"Gold" team in a tight battle, TEN-PIN. LOOPSVAP62 for the camp workers. the 1958 Herman Trophy?
4j Name the college grid team
60.In Very few restrictions are in
the other contest, the All- that the mythical national
the American won
"A" remained on top in Bowling force at the camp. One of the
. Station champions of two years League last week holding a respectable 19-1 slate. most prominent, however, is the championship last year.
ago and last years runners-up, 5. What football player has
The National League is in the fact a checking out
person a
the hard hitting Marines of MAD tions-Ordnance kept the strings the distinction of tielng the first
won forfeit at the expense of hands of VW-4 "D" which holds tight in both leagues as Hoover boat must have a working know- Ail-American turned out by thee

AO School, 10.: a perfect 12-0 record, but DisbursIng captured all the single honors ledge of that craft and must b Air Force Academy'

is threatening to take for the American League as did familiar with rules of water (Answers to Quiz)
Denichele for the National.
NOTICE! over, with an 11-1 average.IN safety. tnoxjs :Ixzg 'S
Hoover copped high individual
AVAILABLE for off-Station .1'1I'S VU1IJlJno'JsupfM.'Ia 'f
action last
All commands are being in- INDIVIDUAL game with perhaps the highest *
formed that deadline for Intramural -. week, Bill Hoover of MARTDand single game bowled here in manya [ I'ld I.tuuy C
Service Scoreboard .IIUedn ma pU3 'Z
.basketball .entries ..is Louie. Denichele of Opera- moon, ringing up a 254. Deni- WO 'l
tomorrow (Friday). An organiza- chele had an equally good night, McClellan AFB 36, Alameda 0. 'ItpeUJV nail

tional meeting Is scheduled for Col. David Hanlon, of Ft. Ben- carving out a 237. Hamilton AFB 84, Memphti Navy 0.

Tuesday at 1000 in Building refereed ( HOOVER led the parade in the Norfolk Navy 26, Ft. Meade 2. I
ning, Ga., has some 2,000() I I200 CLUBFour
Three. Vermont 34 CG Academy 6. ,
0 e boxing matches, the most recent high series as he racked up a 616 Peniacola 19, Camp Lejeujje 0.

New pinsetlers at the Main- being the Pete RademacherTommy against Denichele's 597. Ft. Carton 23, Ft. Hood 14. repeaters headed the 200
In team sets, both league lead- Bob D of
this week ros
bout as
side bowling lanes cost $8,000. Thompson Bolling AFB 27, Ft. Dix 0.
ers grabbed high honors with Brooke Army Med Center 50 LacklandAFB VAP-62 "A" recorded a 201; Jack
VAP-62 "A" taking bows with a 0. Wade of ComFair Jax "A" piled

Football Buffs Show No Big 2661 series, and VW-4 "D" of Ft. Campbell 13- Mitchell AFB 9. up a 224; Louie Denichele of

the National recording a 2544. Ft. Bragg 10, Ft. Lee 7. Operations-Ordnance led the Na-

In Coming Tilts"We '0; ,,.,'" ....,.".,'....... ,"". ,.............w...,.,. tional League with a 237, and
Disagreement ::: :
. :":" ''''- -''' :
:. :
Bob Mason of O&R continued in
shant bemoan the fact. Leave us be," muttered Joe the Club for the third week in a

O'Brien and the Editors upon picking only nine right in last week's row with 204.Billlloover.

football selections. Staffer Ron Davis and guest picker Frank Mc- 4Y of MARTD jumped

Caffrey got 11 apiece. into the 200 Club with a bang as

"Mac," Mainside Athletic Director, was "just upholding the he topped all American League

traditions of his office." Guest this week is Joe Tufarella, AMC, of ceglers with a 254.

the Service Information Office. LS5 First timers include: Stan
Kranz of VAP-62 "A", 203, and
Picker's average for the week was .659, down 30 points while
overall avearge for the year is .650. Davis moved into a tie for Keith Lee, VAP-62 "A," 202..

the individual lead with the Editors, with 39 total right picks out I Also,. John Bentley of VP-5;
of 59. 211; Jack Syes of VA-44 Cougars,
fl. 201, and Dick Penrod of DisburSing -
Games this week include: Holy Cross-Syracuse; Navy-Miami;
with 203.
Northwestern-Michigan Purdue-
Brown-Penn; Iowa-Wisconsin; ;
Joe Kabisiak. of VA-44's Raiders
Ohio State; Auburn-Georgia Tech; Florida-Vanderbilt; TexasArkansas -
; Texas A&M-TCU; Air Force-Oregon; California-UCLA; also took the leap with a
North Carolina-Maryland; Minnesota-Illinois, and Small School 225 while Paul Fitzgibbon of AC

Sleeper, George WashingtonFurman.EDITORS Maintenance garnered a 206.
Other men entering the Club

Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse 217, Ralph Tice of VW-4 "D"
Miami Miami Navy Navy with a 211 and Sid Hogeman of
Penn Penn :Penn Penn
VAP-62 "B" with 203.
WisconsinNorthwestern Iowa Iowa Iowa
NorthwesternPurdue NorthwesternPurdua NorthwesternPurdue
Purdue Buzzy Drongard, George Welm-
Ga. Tech GL Tech Auburn Ga. Tech er and Gordie Smith, all former
\ FloridaTexai Florida FloridaTexas mmmmPOWER
collegiate All-America lacrosse
Texas PERSONIFIED-Lawrence Howard of Fasron Nineis
Texas A&M TCU TCU Texas A&M expected to lead the way for the Jax Navy boxing team this players, will carry Quantico Ma-
Air Force Air Force Air Force Air Force season. Howard is a former All-Navy middleweight titleholder rine hopes for a winning season
UCLAN. UCLAMaryland UCLAN. UCLAN. snaring the crown in 1957 and again last year. Holding as the Leathernecks compete with
Carolina Carolina Carolina the big bag for Howard to punch away on is Bob Howland 'I some of the best schoolsin
nitooia Illinois Minnesota Illinois boxing team trainer. Howard will be in one of the feature attractions country's
Geo. Washington Furman Furman Furman at the smoker planned for here October 27. that sport.


Page 8 SAX AIR NEWS 15 October 1959

Blue Angels To PerformContinued I

( from Page 1))
The foremost sub killer the 4 .
better ways to combat the, threat 1r 4'I
S2F "Tracker" and the P2V5F j
from below.
patrol bomber, normally land jt a Y ar
Thus, a principal role for the based, are capable of operatingin

Jax Weekend Warriors is the re- all types of weather. They

sponsibility it assumes in com- carry the latest in electronic and
ordnance equipment.
battling the sub menace. In car-

rying out this mission, some six During the past year NARTUJ dI _
a x reservists conducted their
squadrons are utilized, three pat- first practice anti-submarine tac-

rol and three anti-sub. tics with Atlantic Fleet units.

THROUGH the intensive ASW The civilian crewmen were

training carried out by Weekend utilized ,in practice fleet maneuvers :

Warriors, Fleet units are assured as member ,of, the first : .. ''.:isr
that the Jax reservists are highly team of Navy anti-submarine. k<
capable of deploying aboard warfare.

carriers and supporting their THE EXERCISE was conducted -
fleet counterparts in hunting out by Vice Admiral William G.

and destroying the subs. Cooper, Commander of Atlantic

Anti-Submarine Defense Force.
.. Operational commander for the -..........................--.---...------ -----.
NEW TOASTMASTER OFFICERS-Reins of the Jax Nary Officers Toastmasters Club. No.
the exercise Rear Admiral
was 546, were turned over to a new late of official last week. District Governor Don Muller installed -
Lester K. Price, USN, Commander the new officers at the Club'i meeting last Thursdays Taking over for the new sixmonthterm
Fleet Air, Quonset, R. I. are, left to right, BUI Highsmith, administrative vice-president! Fritz Hellingi. educational I
vice-president) Moe Moessner; president) Bill Fraser, treasurer and Tom Knight, secretary. Not
i Sunday, October 18 Admiral Jerauld Wright, USN, present for picture was Dick Blankenshlp, sergeant-at-armi. ,
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL Commander-in-Chief of the At-
0830 Service of lantic Fleet, commented that "in Bill
0930-Sunday- School Worship., three- tegration of the Reserve into New Changes In Insurance I Navy. CorpsContinued

year-olds through adults, Building Fleet exercises marks a major (Continued from Page 1)) insurance' will be reduced by ( from Page 1))

722; Service of Worship, step in the increasingly importantrole during non-disability retirementhas two percent of amount in force ficiency minimums set under the
of the Naval Air Reserve in been reduced from 15 to 12
Chaplain Beatty. before the first reduction. new flight rules are: Category I,
the, Navy's Anti-Submarine warfare years.
1100-Service of Worship. under 45 and less than 20
I age
1830 Teenage Fellowship, plans. EMPLOYEES covered by this Any questions regarding your
insurance be answered pilot years, 100 hours; CategoryII
Small chapel; Senior-High Fel- Since May 6, 1958, the Navy insurance who retire on im- can
lowship, Building 722. had in effect a new "Selected mediate annuity, either for disability through the Personnel Office of over 45 but under 20, 60

1930-United Fellowship of Reserve" program, designed to or after at least 12 years your department or at Industrial hours per year; Category III,

Protestants, Building 722. train civilian sailors for immediate creditable service of which at Relations Department. under 45 but over 20 years, '60
action in fully-ready ships least five are in civilian status, hours, and Category IV, over 45
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL and aircraft in the event of war. will have their life insurance AIR-RIDE VEHICLEA
and more than 20 pilot
years, no
continued without cost. $40,000 contract has been issued -
0830 and
1000-Sunday Mass. Under the new concept ready minimum.
by the Marine Corps for
units of NARTU Jax are assigned Each month, starting with the
purchase of two free-air sus-
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL training duties on speci- first day of the second calen- Teacher: "Where is the capitol
Naval Hospital fied ships under a commanderwho dar month following date of pension test vehicles, the type o/ the United States?"

0630-Sunday Mass.0930Protestant will take the crew into action their retirement or' 65th birthday which float on a cushion of jet- Youngster: "In loans all over

Service. whenever necessary. I I whichever is later, their compressed air. the world.

II Schedule of Special Services Activities and Facilities for October 15-211 I I

MOVIES > Thursday I Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
HAS Bldg. 612NATTCenter.Bldg.563 1900 1800-2000 1900 14001900For 1800-2000 1800-2000 1900
The Hunters Angel and Last Train The First Big Operator Four D Man D-Day. Sixtho
The Bad Man From pun Hill Time June

1900 1900 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 1900 1900
Houdini Hunters Angel Bad Man Last Train For First Time Big Operator Four D Man

Hospital 1960 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900
Don't Give Ship Houdini Hunters ; Angel Bad Man Last Train First Time Big Operator


Bldg. 3NATTCenter 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 eal -2100 0815-2100

Bldg. 513 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100

Hospital 0800-1800 0800-1600 dosed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600


HAS, Bldg. 155NATTCenter 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

J'' Bldg. SIS I
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300( 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 100-2200

Blue Jacket Inn 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
Special Band Ben Larry Bingo
J EM NATTCenterEH I 1630-2300 1630-2300 \ 1630-2300
1630-2800 1200-2330 1400-2330 100-2830

NARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed doted 1130-1300
9 1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1630-2330 16302230Season
NAS Outdoor Pools Secured For Season

NATTC Outdoor Pools Secured For The

ilATTCenter arm 1300-2100 18003100 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
WAS Bowling .1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1300-2300 OB 1300-2300 OB 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB
2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB 2200..23000B 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-Dark i 0830-Dark 0730-1800 0800-1800\ 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dark

Fish Camp 0800-% hr. : 0800-% hr. 0800-ft hr. 0800hr.. 0800-% hr.
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed

Hobby Shop. Bldg. 881, 1400-2100 1400-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100
1600-2000 1600-2000 1130-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000 16002000I
Indoor Swimming Bldg. 614 .. 1200-2000