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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1948
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. Vol. 6-No. 34 ... 1 18 November 1948


Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville And Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District

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UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
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.:'i k, 1948 Community Chest

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?,". .1 V'J Campaign Now Underway

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.. Eighth Air Group Now In j Red Capt.Feather Askin Heads Drive


Operation Here At NASTaking I Which Closes 22 Nov.


over Hangar 114 as their place of operations and With Captain R. :M. Askfti

permanent home, for a while at least, Carrier Air GroupNo. again acting as general chair-

8, first tactical air force that the Navy will base here atNAS man, Jacksonville Navy activ-

got into full swing upon its arrival here last week. ities last week launched their

The advance guard of the group arrived the early partof I annual campaign for contri-
WY this month to set the stage for the remainder of the force.I
which reported aboard last I, butions to the Community
day. Chest. While no actual quota has

Commissioned been assigned the Navy in the local -

1948, the group was drive it is understood thatseveral
,;;, :- Oceana, Virginia at the thousand dollars again has
I. been set as our goal.
Auxiliary Air: Station
posed of five squadrons, Last year, Naval activities in
: the Jacksonville area< went
rier group has j way
enlisted personnel and ': over the top in the Red Feather
: 4yti missioned officers on its effort. A final grand total of $$5-
\v. } list I! 716.03 was raised and turned over
ii' to Chest officials in town.
The three< fighter
:. ,,':;;:, : Since personnel here and at other
F4U-5
l the group, flying
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a : "', installations in the vicinity
-t. are Squadrons 81, 82 and I
1'r" :\ two remaining groups, have been even further reduced
: i Maulers, are attack since the 1947 drive, the Navy will
H-t and 85.Commander:). 1 have to redouble its efforts thisyear \
to reach I its
goal.
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::" Willman. Minnesota, is The Jacksonville-Duval County
: t mand ot the Air group I Ii Chest carries on the work of 21
I < Commanders are: Lieut. i I member agencies which share the
: T. Cornellussen, Fighting I fund. Among the agencies which
'" ron 81 ; Lieut. Comdr H. benefit from the money raised dur-

. ...,.'. Fighting Squadron 82; ing the annual drive 1'P the Boy
and Girl Scouts Old Folks Home,
I Comdr. Burnett, Fightfng "
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(Top) FOURTEEN MORE STUDENT: pilots were designated
i. the Administration ron 83; Lieut. Comdr. R. P Salvation Army, Visiting Nurses
1T4 as Naval Aviators, at ceremonies in Building
"f'" conference room, at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station, last Wed Attack Squadron 81, and I I : Association. Travelers' Aid Society
.. YWCA Boys' Home. Chidl't'n's !
; Stone, former personnel i -
rc nesday. Ceitificates and wings were awarded by Captain Alvin I.
Malstrom, Commander Naval Air Bases, 6ND, who Ts pictured here at NAS, in charge of Home Society, Hope Haven,
standing in the center of the''group. (Below i Captain Malstiom Squadron 85.: I and others.

congratulates Midshipman Glbb.son upon receiving his wings, at the The hangar now occupied IGiv- DPEivsilEnE
Naval Hospital, NAS, Jacksonville, last Wednesday. Midshipman group 8 was formerly the I In.
Gibbson was unable to attend the regular designation ceremonieswith ing' grounds for Training
the rest of his group due to a mishap which resulted in a ATU-4 and 5. Both of th
broken leg.Station now operating at Corpus !


:k.. Not New MESSAGE FROM- CAPTAIN \ .}4,


;'1'i. : Shop Wants Your | POINTS OUT CARELESSNESS OF


I i 't':-,.. Discarded Items !I II' PERSONNEL IN HAZARDOUS AREAS ,

I -'"" Anyone having outgrown uni-
fi>rms, household or buoy furniture Recently at a sister Nav 1 il Ail' Station losses ('
or anything eUe they no a major t tire were estimated at well over a million

longer have n.e for which I I.* Mill This estimate was based on s i cost of original con 3)I

i In good condition and who wishto !! I! Replacement will be cpnside;rably: more expensive '
donate them to the "Not New" I,j I high increase in materials an ld labor, and medical

'". Simp should bring them to the twenty-one ((21)) injured pees ons.
Flop In Building !91*. Totaling cost of replacement, loss i
mately 4 B1- Look over "Not New" :Nugget of production, payment of accrued increase in per appropriations
-- In this issue i for current sales i j. leave to idle employees who are
ed by President Truman :
, ; '. I I without a shop to work in, etc., the tional Defense.A .
.! actual loss to the tax pub-
j iF. (SKA) Nearly a. million people paying second major Natal
w a year visit the Washington lic will amount to an estimated tion fire was very namely I ._____,
I 31 million dollars
I monument. :* or approxi- e : AI. community Chest drive whicH '
1 ago. Several I open cam shown In the picture above The
paint thinner and a paint \ ; .' Auditorium lobbv and has tWit
drop-cloth were ignited 'lot Southerners, and the oni on
I. < .s+ k \.q kc. I lighter that had jiiot b",, right Chief W J. Baxter, 0 O.
I with lighter fluid. Surplus ( I Howe Tommy White, G. Ren-<
fluid on the hands of the : far, the South seems to be In the
filling the lighter bled; money. Captain Robert )I. Askin,
balance of the fluid was .. { the drive here on the station,
-' the floor, causing/ the !! will be gathered Monday,
_rials to Ignite. This .. to give wholeheartedly to the
tained first and second
burns of both hands and I .
was admitted to the "'
I : pital.

r Ir -L'f : condition It is definite did/ exist that and a It

Inconceivable that similar MAKING HERE
tions exist in other
I departments of the
the protection of your I : ) Marine, or Civilian, it" you
erty, job or career, take l
I sing, or dance, your talents
I corrective measure are
to eliminate any siuh (' I All-Station Vaudeville Show

} 1 coining to your attention.It I Officers Auditorium in
is a designated and
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responsibility of every
..... aboard to take whatever of this sort to be undertaken
THE NAVAL AW STATION HOSPITAL pauents are welcoming 1 necessary to eliminate I
newcomers: to the ranks of Red Cross Gray Ladies Pti'tur* d ditions. Any person falling in the station's history and
above following recent graduation ceremonies are Front row i left I remedial action is guilty I to pitch in and lend a (hand. ;
to right i Mrs Don Bolton, Mrs W. O. Boyd, Mrs. H. E Crawford, [ gence of duty. Severe
and Miss Ann Hirth. Back row, Miss M. J. Williams, Red Cross Field action will be initiated nt for your friends and
i. Director, Mrs. J. L. Holtand, ;)[rs. J. R. Hoy, Mrs. A, I. Malstrom, instance of such negligence.All r
: Mrs A. L. Norton, and Captain Camille M. Sharr, Medical Officer persons, especially in Building "
' in Command who presented the certificates. Captain Sharr commended ment and Division Heads, 1Q5 or
the ladies upon the completion the training course. (Continual on Page





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PUBLIC WORKSThe ,I


5ALU ES good-byes were passed\ out !

T"'t'I w twice last week in Transportation,
Dan Chief Boatswain!! Woods left for .
diet sea! duty and Louise Bragg joinedthe
Bob WAVES. Both will be missed

weekly The) BRIEF BITS Clemmy Esche by all of Public Works Louise did

lion i l (po report his associates) was I n't have time to tell the whole

ed (' i searching frantically recently for department good-bye so asked .
funds at' 1 his kidney stone Big question Jennie Kopec to bid them farewell '-
and In ((>
Letter I I in Accounting ia. What's behind for her through this column. I :

Copies ''C, Pait's (the "C" is for "Chaser' Speaking of Jennie, she tells us e'* ,.o aI

Air at the' t ) constant feminine track- she saw quite a few of the Trans- I

quarters meets he holds daily Did you portation Division employees at h jy
raining I i gals know that when "Frankie" the football game Saturday night i

Air I Coby was in the Army he used to They all seemed to be having a
:Naval ( ,
sing at tea-dances with a 12-piece I)I good time. Is v.

The i Cadet Orch, ? Ask FRF to tell I! From Design A Engineering Virginia \
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the: : j you about "Pedro and Ceeesco,"- Walpole reports that hub- I ;l.
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the dialect and all Venice Taylor by, Joe, left last week for Nebraska -
j sources/ !(\ I is currently studying voice with City, Nebraska.<< We understand ?' *a.' t ,

llcatlon I, Jacksonville's celebrated teacher Virginia will be with us for a ,atg'

out service I Serge Borowsky Jim Turner ', while longer. _.,, .,_,_ n"w" t". .._sAT _._....._____...___m_._____ ___.___
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heckled Sadie Murphy into giving : Howard Rutledge from Housing
NEVIS
A RECENT MEETING of the Employees Association, a
him his Christmas present a little will attend Homecoming at new slate of officers were chosen to head the Board of Directors
this n'. that beautiful Gainesville this week-end. Don't
: early year.
during the coming year The Board of Directors are composed of
gold watch he's sporting. Jim confided j take too many, Rut, but have a
i three members from the Overhaul and Repair Department and two
what he intended to give Sadie time. .
I good each from Supply, Public Works and the General Group. The Board .
i in return, and, Sadie we think Did hear about Helen John- '
you members are elected by the employees. In the photo above, the
thE'y're reely sumpin' Three son's fall TVen, for proof, the
I retiring members are shown with the new officers and incoming
new Papas in November: Ensign foundation in Room 146, Adminis- members They are, left to right, R D, Plnney (retiring President),

I I Frock of Inventory, S, J.'ach- I I tration Building, is shaky, mighty R. T, Mosley, L, B. Eubanks .ire-elected as Secretary), Ruth C Sea-

} ter and Ned Potter GladysWard I shaky, and from what Helen says, vey, F, D, Warren ( retiring' ), C G, Hat ( President for the coming -
Some is currently vacationing in her's is too. year I E. L. Rodeillati R. K. Brown (retiring), E A Rutten.

the story Miami DANCE DOPE-Lots I Saw quite a few of Public and Tom Andreu ( retiring ), Not shown in the photo are Earl XV y.

into an !I of prizes and features are goingto Works employees watching Cohen'l song ( retiring Treasurer *I. A \\', Bennett ( new Treasurer), C p.
a ride be included in tomorrow night'sdance
!! balloon parade Saturday. It Green, and J. L. Flejningz .
down at the Mayflower roof. It is was Santa's first visit to Jacksonville -
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asleep not too late to arrange for your this 5'ear. W 'n't be long now.

Lace costume by calling Griffin's at 4- Only 31 more shopping days 'til

off but I 4888 who will stay open late to- Xmas, ... ffA'EEZ/A76fE:
jumped night and tomorrow night in prep

and I aration.. There are three costume color to the proceedings if you can 1- r

the prizes, five door prizes and a prize I manage one Reservations are still _- AROUNO-:

gers. He for EVERYONE who attends Of being taken and we hope this is go- 0 & RTf.

'I course, costumes are not requiredbut I'' ing to be the best dance Supply
to find they will certainly add more has ever' had.
it until h.nu'r I ----- -- -- -- I I AtteNoorlen Uh talon by Elisabeth ,, would seem that they felt the
next i 1\I8'h-l know that everyone I' spirits or something! but why' M

that car I j: is glad to see Chief "Ozzie" back 'I late Perhaps that hammer didn't
Fifth Civil Service
laving : Region hereafter an extended leave of I miss Barney the other day, did it.
tarantula Mike ? Having last Thursday off
thirteen months. He is workingover ;
though: was pretty nice. Like fun.
Announces Examinations For in the camera department of
Did of to town ? I
Fear Ordnance Shop They took any you go
was stepped on, trampled, pushed
j<*>r are of Ted' harem from
part s away
ends ; Messenger And StorekeepersThe him They even took Smed'ey' crowded and altogether convincedthat
they will general nuisance in charge of the I should have stayed at home.
I But all the floats and
ignorant lovely especially -
alibi department, and sent! him
, --- that of the OAR made it
nouncing ; Regional Director,
back to the Instrument Shop .
I vice and Temporary Appointmentsand
afraid of well worth the effort. One of the
Fifth U. S. Civil Service Re- who are in positions which Glad to see Meta and Peggy are

position.Fear I gion has announced that applications -; might appropriately be filled from back in the Electrical section kids funniest trying sights to watch wax a the bunch parade of
again We understand that"Klngftsh"
be established
I the registers to
hinders are now being accepted -I with one eye, see the Jet plane
is back and do-
I from these files should file witha I Royal
our for the positions of ation flying over town with the other ,
I view toward receiving a classified -
rus, it CPC-2 4 and still trying to observe what
through
I Messenger, status, it was pointed out. All Ordnance was glad that WIlIng -, the writer the
at
course, sky was doing
and Storekeeper' CAF-1 through
I
I Full further information and nicely after a recent eye per->
healthy name time I'll bet there are still!
6, it was announced last week by the application forms llama was O,K. if shaken after his I
mg our Industrial Relations Division necessary a lot of sore necks around here
accident Atlantic Boulevard.
be obtained from the Boardof on f
and Production
tesslty. may Professing ('m. -
Memorandums Nos. 36 and 37-48,
(' U S, Civil Service Examiners, I What "Joe" reverts to the good trol l hl"lloll-We regret to hear
vent I' Applicants for the position of located in Building 450. neighbor policy in order to stay out of your broken leg, Mrs V. Mansfield .

If I IcJt'adly Messenger are required to file Ap- II I of the news? The Prop Shop has I: Get well soon and hurry
Card Form 5000-AB with been rather all
plication quiet week and it
back Who is the good looking
of It the Regional Director, Atlanta, Civilian Girls. At was rather hard to find out any- I picture of, that Spurlock is proud-
and will be notified at a But it
Georgia thing on anyone. does seem
lear by ly revealing? It seems that her
I later date as to when and whereto strange that certain people shouldgo
your MAS Forming Hoop I eyes and brighter than usual whenever
take the written examination. other
(' ;' calling on people at the she shows it. Can and will
No closing date has been set for rather late hour of 1 A. M It
Team Friday Night .. she answer some questions""Country
receipt of applications yet, it was --- --- ------- I Boy" Brantley spendsan
announced tion,
I The Employees Services Section awfully' lot of his time on his
Workouts are scheduled for Fri- I
Messenger positions, the mem- of the Industrial Relations Division farm in Georgia. Maybe he is curing -
night at 1930 in the John Gor- .
orandum stated, is restricted by day
is planning again this yearto hams for Xmas presents .
At t.lUI law to veterans who are entitledto sponsor a Naval Air Station rie Gymnasium at Stockton and What kind of talk takes plate between

B* veterans' preference. Accordingly Civilian Girls' Basketball Sextette. College Streets. The Coach, Jim J. Edwards and Rosa; across .

0!,:::!)-Sun' 1 applications for the examin- Several holdovers from last sea- Turner of the Supply Department, the table in shop 330? Now, Ed-
ll'45l6 n l ation will not be accepted from son's team will form the nucreus will be on hand for the initial prac die boy I see Vance Doyle hat

lain persons who are not entitled to for this ;year's team. No berths tice and will be assisted by Rita put in for a leave to take a hun&i .
Jochum.
( : veterans preference. have been filled and all newcomers i ing trip What type deer is it fort
t Persons desiring to file ,in the have a chance to make the team. Additional information concern- The fellow that wrote "Never
examination for Storekeeper are The team last year made an excellent ing the team may be had by con- Never Trust a Woman" must have

bt tooth I required to file Application Forms showing on the local courts tacting Michael Cascone at extension -I had the same trouble as yours! tru-

An | 57, 8001-ABC, and SupplementalForm and was rated as one of the outstanding 532. All basketball candidatesare ly We await the return of
Crtn 3200. is 44 direct with the Regional Girls' teams in this area urged to be on hand for the Mr and Mrs. Quagliano who

Director Atlanta, Ga The examination Receiving a bid to the National I initial practue should be back in good old O&R
...
"' : IB to be unassembled andt BasketballOTouinarm In St. Jo- on Monday: November IS, 1P48

t),(11'f 1'i re no w i rift'.n t test if si'hedmi si-ph, Missouri i, the team joui'm,ved lie had tuo Bonn: One IK a thief cor at least the time that this i goes

)((("- I I' i d. to that 'city and made a good in the Navy and the other I'm't to press Snt.' hop Ihl't 'hiy
L P'-fHorijt jet ng lindt"Va" Sir showing among animal ,'oo.pt't- much good either have a '
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A LARGE Tl RNOl T f'E1JSBRATED the .7." n Anniversary of the Mann Corp Mrs!! A. L Norton, (Crnteri Cupt lied. Phillip I SXim looks on with interest at "

ai the Hyde Park C'oiun: ( ib i::"<:\ week i ..*\ Shown is part ofnt group: *nJoyiiog the official. cutting of U'.tCltkf by Lt ('(il J William Miss Stewart if to his left.
the birthday **:ke. Left ic) npnt ut CVi F W. Williams!! Miss Patncja Stewart, I
Cwptain AA., Ma=Trom, Ui','!- fags"loom r '. H, Davis, Captain C. I* Lee and I"Jo (Right ), Staff Sergeant L. L Judd i/nj.oy) a pocket knife at the unofficial cutting.r .








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MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM ft4yL

'.Movten Wf'f'aHluYII--1'730' and 2000; week-end-,-1430 and 2000.TIIURSiAY SALTY HUMOR FROM

"" HERE AND THERE
"EL DORADO", starring Charles Starrett. / SnuTHEAgr'
FItI1)AY x ;

"RACING LUCK. with Stanley Clements, It'a natural for sailors to be p

SATimiMl AM) SUNDAY fast workers After all, they're

"JUNE BRIDE. featuring Bette Davis! fleet men
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For remainder of 'hwule we Flan of the Day.
A wedding ring is like a tourniquet

I it stops. circulation.. \N)2 (
Commercial Bulletin I
Lone chick taking a look aroundthe -

01 electric incubator of unhatched ,v, r r sI
Bulletins III b., accepted only until space U nlled. Call ext: 8330. I ..
"Well I'll
eggs it'a as if be an
lull SAI. lines Will take S8 per week for lent "
Mrs Cooper 015 May St, only child. Mother blown a fuze.
Two wheel luggage terrier complete '
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with hitch light tarp and spat Furnished bedroom. garage Included\ ) I
i wheel, $65! Chief Bordus ext 315: Convenient to NAS hot water and The famous last words "Yes,
Brand new Simmons sofa bed rocker. heat year around If desired. Dorman I'll bring the bottles back." J'r
2-3808
chair and living room rug. All for .
$110; breakfast set chrome $.iO; Room and board In new home for couple -
new Kenmore washing/ machine ONO: Mrs. Tredatt, 2-2139, "For goodness sake, use both
and 16mm movie camera Keystone Trailer with room attached. Hot and .t
a ( hands, shrilled the blonde in the ..
), with 25 Wollensak lens $'iO. cold water Garden space available.
Howell. 3211B Blair Ave.. Dewey Located on Plalnfleld Ave. Orange auto. NNlNi
Park, Pal k. One block from Empire state ""I c&n.t," replied the sailor, "I
Matching ditan and chair, $50, Also Trailer Park, See VN alter Tarr, riant have to drive with one." 1
clean double felt mattress, J9, Division Shop 1467.WANTFll. e s
ext 8383. -.or 1235-B Hancock :
..a ... NAS.J.urnlllhed Jobs as baby slttei bvenlngs or afternoons All work and no jack makes
Audrey, 1222.A Hancock St.
house Will trade equityfor play a dull joy. -
house slier. ft feet long or Ride NAg ft cm airfield to NAS Hoursare 'if-j<:'" 1I

lartter Must be In good shape La- from OTIS to 1545. Elizabeth Judge: "So you have deceived
tham, ext SIS Smith ext. 421 during wolklng '
husband
Six-loom brick home with garage Venetian how, your
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Ride wanted from College and King: or ---- -
> equipped 1 kitchen, alreadylandscaped Park and King Sis to NAS Working He said he was going out of town : I
and financed New furnlMure hours. 0X00 to 16:W, Mrs Halle)', and didn't." ':LITES AND MIKES !RECREATION
as desired. Lt Roland, 5035 ext 425. i I
Attleboro A\e. Baby sitter wants Jobs Will sit forbabl,1 L._ .J I II
1944 Dodge plk-up truck with detachable In Hlxerslde and Murray HID "How many sailors work in
stake body, good mechanical! sections. Glandon, 2-9785 jour office, Lieut. Jensen! ?" I To commemorate National Radio I ASHORE I
S375. Blown, ext A>8Cocci Week Nov. 14-20 AFPS features -
"About half" i ,
pointereiy good dog on open' --
range Clews, 5234 Hiram Ave I a guest' column by the Ambassador 1111KN: ON Illlrltn: IOOK IP tHe
Suit of tailor made blues Trousers I f I Extraordinary I and how) SALVATION ARMY I
are 34x34. Jumper Is aim 40. Call Not-New Nuggets "Henry one of those ducks you of the airways
Banks. ext 4.45: were shooting yesterday called SERVICE MEN'S CLUB
Bed, chest of drawers, night tabletypewriter this afternoon and left her tele- Hob Hope sot vv nr ADAMS: sr.
desk and chair Also a I And now we come to the Now that all the comedians are Phone 4..2101Jackson'ille

JtHl Buick Super tout-door with 1947 (NUGGETS) Little thingsfor phone number. back on the air, the radio season Fla.

vngint son i >37 Will-A Irwin sell all St.cheap Dewey Loiger luik. 'I little people darling Jabber "I read* wife like I I is in full swing I know. My fans TlltK'.>|)A\", >OVI<:Mltrlt; IMk
Wine coloied leather couch has three \MI-KMTTKI) SWEATERS can my keep sending me the rope. 1130: Sightseeing trip to beautiful
('ullhlonsIth inneisprlngs Will HAND-KNITTED CATS a book. There are so many comedianson wondrous Mandarin, In the emit
take $.10, Also have a two-wheel utll. DAINTY DHEhShS: AMJ Gable): "Yes, but you can't the air Jimmy Fidlcr is sending loorrt-Special progtarrt-check with '
lly trailer for $:">0, Patterson, 2-1J3.2: shut her up like one" Miss TolsonfltlUAl .
Si JOES.
3<41 He So to 7-paMienger sedan' In goodt open spirit messages' to Joe >;OV'*::MHUt: lt tK
rondltton. jew, yulna. ext 8144, or Well, not golden bat! in the best Miller.A 1330( .-Hshlng trip leaves club for Few
-(r.u1. Golden chariots to ride in Gertie: "Have you ever beena lot of have changednetitorkn. nandlna-bait and gear furnUhtrt,
programs 18.'iOHorltebllck riding with the "O.T,
:Harley Davld on "Ill' Oily motorcycle I maid of honor
of condition 1'KAMS: HUG- "
completely overhauled Plenw' ofaccessories And a lot of confusion Ha>'burners.
Motor; Is In excellent GIKS AM) STIIOII.KUS. Sadie: "Yes, until I started go- haM reunited. 1 tuned In Amos and ,'Tl'hIJANOnMHtR: ; 20th

shape mint sell Immediately. )Ic- Visit our nursery departmentfor ing out with sailors." Andy the other night and Andy 1400-Pigskin parade-football listen.
Lean, AtJ: Call ext &&. Can be bargains in TKUNDLK r MUM going out with ,1'>hn's Other Ing: at the radio Hot dogs TOchaige
seen at main gate Will take $050 Janlor Hostess Jambcrtt.
Corker spaniel puppies all black BEDS. Our shop is open from Apprentice Seaman: "Since I "1ft-, plan to go to Silver Springs,

I Iktered Puppies are 10 weeks old, 1000 to 1400. met you I can't eat, I can't sleep, But I love radio. Its done a lot MMIAY, NO\rMIIHl: : Hot
weaned Jo"dkp to go n Will take Also Tuesday is our commission I can't drink" :: for all the 08.10Bus leaves Malnslde Lounge lot
$25 to I' ext ..JftOfttcer me. Reaching people.
sale day."Bubbles". She (shyly) "Why not?" Sliver Springs\ Must make meTvatttons
,, s bridge Coat size 42. excellent f And they cant reach back! Its at club. Sign up now
condition, $JO. Also three O(11cer'akhaki Apprentice Seaman: "I'm always wonderful. I tell
really can a jokein
AT Tilt: ('l.t'N1000Pancake
blouses, size 16 $2 each broke"
Comdr. Redman 2-8140 Hollywood, and if a guy In breakfast
er baby carriage and pad In ex Becker Shanghai doesn't like it, all he 1400-Home town hour
t t"I': eel'I lent condition, $15: Also baby I Pvt: "I just brought a skunk in can do is write me a nasty letter. 1700-Vesper time
., cales, almost new, *l. Slang 2-bTiy. the barracks," 1800-Butfet Supper-
And Band '
1. Three-bedroom asbestos shingle hou e. Plays What chance has he got ? He 19.10: -Let s all\ singMOMIAl
; M}' equity for $1500 Mr. \\'outl'rs. 8- Sgt.: "Where are you going to doesn even know I can't read NOVrMMUl:! : Tin,I
W013SM7 Here 26 & 27 Nov.Dance I keep him?" Before my first' Tuesday night 1930--Bowling party-Champs, beginners ,
convertible Black Here chance. In the
Cadillac fcJ: Pvt: "Going to tie him under show Jack your
like new All extias included Will bed." Benny, Edgar Bergenand club-Handicraft and record nvfck.
: take $3495 Chief Hallowa. Station your troubles away, thatwill my Red Skelton shook hands Ing
t (;off Couise. be the theme of the Crew's Sgt: "What about the smell*" with me. After the show they Tl'r:"HA\-, O\hMHHC; : ; tSrd

.: : $Iudlo couth bed, drop-leaf table Dance this coming 26th of November Pvt. "He'll just have to get shook hands with each other! You 1330--Fishing trip-gear and bait jro-
matching chairs and flour and table used to It like I did." ,'Ideli.19IORollf'r.
held the Mainside
to be in tell how doing
lamps Bi ) unto 1108 Cumberland can always you're : Skating time Slnlif
.5
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Road. Auditorium Yep, "Bubbles" Becker without leaving the studio after Wheels: Club membership openUMIMMIAI
: VashlnR.Machine iQ'I' type Also will be here with his band Lieut.: "Where did you get that the show If the other comics I : : NOVEMItE1t: i1J
an antique clock. Both reasonable Weekly Pal.ty-"All hands on deck:
black ?
I Palmer. 7-6188. I which is known as the happiest eye smile at you, you're in trouble! pretty girl In sight:" Door prl/*..
'f. Ftudlo conch la good condItion. Leh combination of fine dance music Chief "In the war. Radio has wonderful customs double dlnnei- Special attractions.
moon 310t>-B Barr St,. Dewey Park. I and rib-tickling entertainment Lieut.: ""'hat war?" Fr instance, If you mention nulo'a !MPE'IAL !4t'Y
Two and one-half bedroom house with I ever assembled. The band has a Chief: "The boudoir" manufacturer sends Join the gang in an all.day km. trip
three<< acus ot diy land. House elec.I I the you through the wonderland of Florida,
trteally equipped Will\ cell for 96H .- fine array of both old and new beautiful wrist \\atcti. If you silver hpriog. Look through thn
*>. $18UO In cash, the balance at. tunes played in a tempo for dan- A bachelor U a guy who ran say Ml\maier" you get a free deep witters from glint. -l> 1t.li>. l
A;; .... $96 per month. House Is located on cing and romancing, and featuring have a woman on hU knees, vtith- kitchen. I cameon the air last bouts, see the'! snake trainer r.
11. C ell Held Road. Wolfe 5443 W. through his Mt and witness the'
,": .': 7GBrd St very lovely Toni Young in the vocal out having her. on. his hands. week and said, "Well, here I am!" many other itttrnrtlun to be farad
f '. JflflS Chrysler Royal Six four.door se spot. Also along with his music and Swift and Company' sent" mea I In tlwrlcU's beauty spot This Is sot
'. dan with radio and heater In A.1 I for dancing, "Bubbles"' features Poppa Bear in a gruff voice, ham! in advertisement' but an imlUtl}.
;, condition Must sell, can be financed ?" Taste some good old southern tied
"Who stole beer
A\r/os, :3441-A Taylor St.. Dewey novelty songs and comedy my And radio programs really af- thicket at dinner time and see MVter
Tark I skits that will keep you laughingand Momma: Bear In a shrill voice, fect the lives of the average Am- I prlnKs all in one dr take
Bait a cow and half a hog--170 pounds in good spirits all evening "Who stole my beer?" ,..,.rutJons now, we t'an'I tale the
f of pork and beef Ready for cooking. "Bubbles" firmly believes' in let I Baby Bear "Hlc." erican housewife. She doesn know whole crew. Bus leaves club at Dual,
stored In deep freeze downtown. Will whether to rinse her stockings in the thicken goes too
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sell all for $86 cash. Knsolfe, ext ting every member of his band I Swan suds or wear them and behalf I
..- 420, or 9445 W 103rd St participate In the merry antics of
FRA BOX SUPPER safe!
"-f.., Modern 6-room circulating oil heater his organization.In I
In A-1 condition $50 Also Rollaway Everyone listens and is affected
I ted for $7.50; two end tables for $1 the person of a very lovely Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet HospibllChatter
: Winchell and thestock
; each and two coil bed springs for $1 and beautiful young lady, Toni Reserve Association announced I They listen to

,J" each Davis 8-12W), Young will sing for you and then this week that it is holding a box market goes down. Then
Fait JUNT: I II I they listen to me and the tomato
Comfortable loom wUh good heating: be there on the band-stand for all supper tomorrow night in the CPO ,
and continuous hot water, Near bus I to enjoy as many do, as seen In Club here at NAS. All membersof market goes up. I
lines has garage Morfleld 7-V03! the past presentations of other the Fleet Reserve Association j I think we all ought to honor

Three<< s,bedroom Convenient house to In NAS Rlverdale, has elec Gftr.It"n. I bands here on the station and wives!! are invited to attend, the men behind the scenes of radio. I Now, this one is important1! It

.ideally equipped kitchen John "Bubbles" Becker has two very I Like writers Ive got one writer you really, postively, truly and ab>
Duss 2-0\I'!). unusual hobble' ---one that he gained whose hair is so long, every time solutely want to have an eveningof
;1942 pasxenget >oid coupe Super his nickname and that is he scratches his head, I have to un-
1'f' Deluxe, Lt, Hilton ext 4iU.I by, Message good entertainment, come ever
I Room) halfway between NAS and Jack- being able to blow smoke filled tie him. to the Rec Hall on Monday night,
; somllle Restaurant and bus line one bubbles with Just an ordinary cigarette (Continue from Page 1) And the engineers In case you 22 November. The Hinson Schf( i

,I block. Appleton away Ride 2-68.11.to: Station available the other is hypnotising his I tribute greatly to fire safety by don't know, when the engineer in of Dancing (professional leg .1'1I1k-

t Large bedroom next to bath prefer friend and other people Watch observing essentials of good housekeeping the control room points to his era) will present a bang-up fro-
E Ingle man but will take couple. yourself, you may be the one he and by planning the han- nose, It means you're right on variety show So come on dc>wn
Quiet horn., Buckland, 7.5516Lfcriie I I catches dling of combustibles time When he holds it, it means and let us help you toss that tl>n.
will
bedroom next to bath
share kitchen Phone. ,heat and oth.r i Following; his engagement for BE AL}ltT AND WORK SAFELY just what you think! kin' blue Monday night in the
Z' "" utilities furnished Near Lovett I the Crew Dance, "Bubbles" also REMKMIIKK TUB LIFE Well, my big field i hI radio drink.

; Chopping Center Service couple pr*- I plays for the Officers' Club on 10U *A> E MAY DE YOUR' So my movie studio tells m.. And WAnD A-C enjoyed a good chow
ferred Mis. Rhodes 2-3243
radio that's ulcer with options!
1 i; Small apartment located on three bus I the 27th of November OHM an last week when Milo Jones AN'{'''-
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'- dion Band paid them a vicit The

'i STALEMATE Bjr Ed Hugh**, SI Lumber-Slumber displayed oodles of talent, .In@1nf
Mid what have you. We hope w.ywill

r' amble out this way cai.

.'f"""'" ttl *oon.
-- All bridge player- HluAA
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THIS There news in the world

," tonight for you people gifted alit

the art of playing bridge. Made-lo-

order for all of you who dont
u r r e know how also Is it a bridge par

f ty* No it isn't.. But you can't playif
you don t know how. The Red .

Croft sponsors instructions in the

"Whys and wherefores" of good

1. bridge playing every Friday at

i'M" 1300 in the lice Hall. Why dent

you join them and let Mrs MeRac

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I FLIERS-BENNING MIX IT UP

u_ Fliers Romp Over Banning




13-0 Before 10,000 Fans


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By CIIKT ASCII ANG -- ---

After being held to a scoreless two-period tie, the Jax- I man Bull Bailey, Hutchinson and
Holden, carrying the ball in succession
:Navy football eleven came to life in the second half of the : bulled their way to th*

J ,tl a Southeastern Army-Navy game at the Gator Bowl last Saturday I 50-yard line, but were stopped a*

to push across two touchdowns and defeat a surprisingly Benning held once more. Forcedto

strong Fort Benning eleven before 10,000 well-satisfied. boot Beineman sent the bill
flying to Army's 20. Getting desperate -
cheering fans. i the Doughboys opened UI),.
Anderson, backfield ----- --
Andy heavy
Bob Hollingsworth, Doughboy full-
are for the Fliers, tallied the first fore the hard-charging Doughboy back, left fly with a longrangeaerial
score following two successful' line. from his own 20 to Navy's18yard
artists by Hutchinson in-the third I Tltdale kicked off for the Tiler chalkline. A beautiful 62-

quarter. Johnny Beineman, Flier to open the second half, and Donald yard pass that was right on the
halfback, took off downfield for' :Suit, Uenning halfback, car- I|I nose into the waiting hand of
t>:,; yards to score the second TD.1) vied l It to his 0"II 33 from the 2artl I Francis Williams star snagger

..1.the last minutes of the game I > line, but the Doughboys "'''1'.1 who plays left end for the Army
lot. r J' ticking away. stuppwl| | ('nili.11t1..r..11I took squad.A .

Banning kicked off to open the I kick HM Itennlng was forced thl'l touchdown was in the offing,
M coos and Bam Hutchinson, Flier punt sail carried it for seven )' but Navy's wall failed to give and
t (Miii tfi back, carried! the pl8kln': to the 50-yard marker. Then after once more the Fliers took overon
y i ins uteri 27. Stopped by a strong: being tliro\\n for a 10-yard loss downs. O'Rourke and Hutchinson .
M t ii 'itmj> Doughboy line, Anderson. by the speedy as well HM heavy picked up another first ,down. !
(10 :ii., i left half, looped a ft.Vyard"int : Doughboy will I, lliitchliiHon connected Finally stopped Anderson was
to the Benning 10. The Kith two aerials to Hop
forced to punt but Adkins, fast-
the ball HoUlen and 1"d..1 l the Kenning
'iii.hbnys brought back on -
moving left tackle for the Fliers,
nr th.45. in and 20. forward In four
a "" r leaps bounds. Inching
put on a burst of speed and recovered -
stepped: there it was their turn and tive-ynrd gains, Anderson hit the ball after it was fumbledby
; < > U.i'k. Jax-Navy took over the the line through the middle v rthhoneshattering
+ Army on their own 30. A fast
',nil and ('haUtf'd'up three firstI.VMS force for the first
followed.
and hard scrimmage
o HutChinson. attempting a Navy M-ore. TilL,)' TUUale kicked ,, Forcing their way to the 15-yanl
e M I i.--n pass failed to see an Army the extra point. Navy l led '-0. line Navy lost the ball when another -
",iy coming when he tossed and it : With still half of the thud period pass was intercepted and

.. was intercept The Benning I to play, both forward walls turned into a 20-yard gain by
"quad was held on their own 45 began holding with dogged deter Army.. Stopped on their own :21.
and again Navy took over': this I mination. B"nlllngwas forced to the Doughboys kicked to the Navy
i film on downs. The fist quarter punt twice, while Navy, thanksto 30. Anderson took it, but was stop-
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mice! with the gladiators struggling Pat O'Rourke's
timely 20-yard ped on Navy's 40-yard marker.On .
on Naves: 30-yard line. gain'picked:
wt up another first down. I the nett play lleliienxuui.
Midway in the second period, Minutes before the quarter ended -
I who had bark Into th t
Just come
Bfimmy had poss sion of the O'Rourke attempted a pass to
ml,I "ii the Flier 33-yard mar kf'r. Chuck Moore, Flier left end. Dis- game, tightens! his. safety belt,

{Ph. .lax-Navy forward wall went aerial but before the Doughboysning spread his wings and behind aunts.

wmk, and stopped thorn. for halfback, intercepted the sparkling l blocking by Jax-Navylinemen
t oui straight plays without gain- terial but before the Doughboyshad !
sprinted 63: yard to cc.orrtthe
t\ti: one yard. Pat O'Rourke. who a chance to score a first down
second and laM Til of thegame.
li.OC Continually picking up yards the period ended.It I
,, The longest run by any .J1Io1I-
othr dozen carried the pigskin wasn't long in the last I
I I quarter Navy ball-carrier since the *.NA>I>U
:i'u' another first down
but
once when halted
Benning was once
I : began, It brought Johnny's average -
i n "I') the Jsx drive
petered out be again and forced to kick. Beine-
s t gain in yardage to 21. each

p : time he carried the ball iu lieu

:19 LOCAL CAGERS HOLD ivmteftt.. TI dale attempts and
I failed the conversion After a pavting -

attack by llennlng that didn't
INTENSE DRILLS HEREWith pay off the game ended with the
<,.... W'''. Klier marking up their sloth.,
> \x';' : .straight/ win this season by a (:C-f.
,, n..,_ _4..", ..,... .. only lliiit; iLt-n candidates working out five timesa !score.
Till JAX NAVY FLIERS took a hard fought game from a week, \big-time basketball\ will return to NAS near the mid- The Doughboys put up a gran.i

highly spirited\ Fort Benning Army eleven 13-0. in the first annual dle of December, it was announced by the PT & Recreation fight, stopping many Flier thtewt
Southeastern Army-Navy game at the Gator Bowl Saturday night, Department this morning. as well as coming close to a score
before 10,000 fans (Top 1 Hollingsworth, one of the mainstays of several times themselves, but the
the losers' backfield can be seen going for a short gain before being A fixed schedule of 25 games is staring them in the Jax-Navy team proved to be superior -

brought down by Fher Quarterback Walterskirchen ((55>, NAS i face, and the Jax-Navy cagers are slowly whipping into in the long run.
Tackle Ray Adkins i i32i s is also shown i Centers ) Flier Quarterback II shape for their initial opening --
Walterskirchen is shown bull-dogging Doughboy's Quarterback BEST
Jerry against Green Cove Springs on JOE GETS POINTERS FROM THE

Don Lucus <4491 on an attempted pass play in the third period. I home in the N A TT<' Auditorium w ,..... 0 ., _. ____'__hh_ .u. ._ __
Other Fliers shown are Center Dave Barksdale ((27) and Fullback grounds! ah.. :A
'Gus Kinnear ,,131.> Peter Pisano i 114 i substitute Doughboy back is 16 December.

also shown. I Bottom t With one and one-half minutes of play left Last year, hoopsters otter-d
In the final quarter Navy halfback Johnny Bieneman took off on a some splendid entertainment win
sixty-two yard sprint behind sparkling blocking for the Fliers' .
second touchdown Flier blockers in front of Bieneman are End a full schedule of games wit n

"Tizzy" Tisdale ,3ii t : i and ta< kle Marv Weldon ,(36; nearby stations, camps, and
--- schools and although most of th

top-ranking players of last season
IMPROVEIN 4
I NAS WAVES have shipped out at least a
few are still here and new talent!
RECENT WORKOUTSWaves in being found developed and displayed

at the practice sessions
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Ba">ketbdll whuh I -ifepprii l B'V H V I Bill Crane, of the PT Department A

Into the :NAS spotlight this w ....k. all the n anies. both home and I has been named manager lit t the
.. hardwood squad. Crane statfd on C
again takes the honors with the
the Fliers' diamond nines In 46 4fi
announcement of their schedule in '
and 47.Mainstay.
the Jacksonville; city leagues. HOSPITAL TEAM '
on the 48 hoopsteicandidate
There is a lot of hope in the muster list is' A .
Waves squad and also a lot of con- hold-over from lax'year's '
fidence'with improvement ot LEADS IN TOUCH I Woolbright, ) C l f
squad. Ace was a vet Y suressful -
of their and the -
most squad gaining eager last season and i lit
of Ellen Duncan who was an FOOTBALL LOOPRiding hoping for another year of grand r 9 y.e
outstanding participant in spor.tAla.t I performance.Here .
at Corpus Christi and
year
,
I are the men who cun-ni\
also in Pearl Harbor. "Skip" Mos- through the first month
er, the coach of the Waves team, of the NAS Intra-Muial Touch ly are showing up for pra<-ti' k d

says that with all the improve- Football League in tine style, the Pete King, Joe Christians:
ment that the squad nan shown Hospital Team is beginning to settle Tom Lague Bill Ceaser. R."n--i',
she expects to have a winning I down and tight for the first Finley, Ernest Laugmuir Bob
combination In Midge Bryant a returning place in the race! for top honors Roberts, Tommy Hale, Nilo Hv
forward of last year's I The Hospital scrappers have aitt, Frank Forester, Hank Kr'-. ,
squad, Margaret Jones, who has bulldozed their way through every ty Lon Claffey, Walt We*< < '
Stepped into her own as a ball squad they have met and they Bill Nelson Muggs Braley. in
pl4yer, Fran Free another returnee I have out-passed and out-run such O'Reilly, Bill Hott, Tom Hong; .

to a guard post, and Dun- teams as the Ordnance & Gunnery, and Woolbright. __. ____ _
o can. The rest of the squad is made Marine Barracks and 0 & R. This is a very small number of
up by Eleanor Starbuck, Ruth Games scheduled for next week hoopsters compared to the large COMDR, HLADK t tTTEKent I .'i I i I. director of All-Navy
LeVere, Barbara Earp Pete Peterson I will be played on the Mat Area at size candidate groups of past Athletics and Lieut. C'omdr. Anthony J Rubino. Officer in .

I Winnie Jones, Boots Hardin, 1600. Ord & Gun. vs. Marines, 16 years, If anyone la Interested in Charge of Physical Training here at NAS Jacksonville, are shown
! Ellen Messer. Elsie Larkin and, November, 0 & H vs. Marines, 18 I taking to tits hardwood fur giving a few pointers to Joe Martin the 'tflghtin' yeoman" of NAS,
,,. Skipper Moser. November, Hospital vs. Ord. & JaK-Na.vy. ooto4 But/ CH.tw ill N() nUy. Comdr. Cutter, who wu aboard HAS In connection with
i 14 Th. schedule will be announced i iGun, 23 November Ord. & Gun. I Ule Phy.U*l Ts+atatttyf Depavtwient, UI4 Physic Fitness prolrant.. still OM of the best and at ono
at a later data and it will include! I vs. 0 & R, 25 November. ext. 50*. I Uuve he had a chance for a shot at the WorM Heavyweight! crown .'
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