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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1950
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL 8-No. 31 UNITED STATES NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 12 October 1950'
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Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 .



Station To Observe Tenth Anniversary tl I


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i ,10th AnniversaryOf


For Mayport Commissioning. ;

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.' Important Role 1
The Navy Bureau of Yards

l' .... and Docks Washington has Although it is still rather ,
awarded Bail Horton Associates -
young as far as major military
architect-engineers of installations are con- i

Fort :Myers, a contract for cerned Naval Air Station
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drawing plans and specifications ,, j c eeee49! t ,Jacksonville which observesits ;I

for carrier berthing at tenth anniversary of its .

Mayport, according to an an- commissioning Sunday, October :

nouncement made by Capt. 15, has made vast prog ;

Walter Eckberg public works ress in its ten years of ex-
officer of the Sixth Naval istence.

District in Charleston, S. C. From a training activity to a

The project Involves an expenditure major fleet aviation operating
of about $1.600,000 and will i base in ten short years is the
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complete construction of mooring, stride taken by the Naval Air
bulkheads landing field drainage it Station which today ia becoming:
piers and taxi ways an well fa more and more an integral partof
carrier berthing facilities.Representatives '* sir the national defense program.
of the engineers.Visited YSL The observance of the tenth anniversary -
1 will not be
marked herewith
, the Naval Air Station this
week to discuss with Com dr, Eugene any special ceremony or program '
J, Peltier present officer- Due to the present exigencies .
-In-charge of construction, details brought about by the Koreanwar
and topographic information needed the occasion will be quietly
to start the actual design! work. recalled without fanfare, official:
hav" announced
When the final
plan are '
( of ( Plan rrognuu
drawn they will he submitted
However the Jacksonville Chamber -
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for
approval by public
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of Commerce is planning a
work officer, the district officerIn .
special dinner in observance of
( harl""I- In. and the Bureau! BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF STATION-Here's an aerial view of the Naval Air Station which ob. the occasion All former commanding .
I of Yard and Ifcx'Us. Tim Navy. serves its tenth birthday October 15. In the foreground is the main gate on Yorktown avenue, chief officers of the station and
will them |proceed to advertise I I artery. of the base. Hangar area, bordering the St. John's river is in the far rear Enlisted housingarea other high-ranking officials who
for bids on the projoct.Please is on the front left. served at NAS. plus high rank
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heads have been Invited to
'. Town Dinner To Honor attend the birthday dinner to beheld
Station Officials Tender SaluteAs Monday HotelOriginallv at the George Washington

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the base was one of
Naval Air Station Jacksonville prepress to observe Ex Bose CommondunlsPast thre laid out from the beginning-
its tenth anniversary, messages of tribute and I for fl"'er air operating purposesand

salute, have been extended by 'apt.. Douglas T. Day that plan came to realization
I officers. of Naval Air Station Jacksonville with the establishment of Fleet 1
NAS Commanding Officer and Capt. (George; C. Mont- I commanding Air Jacksonville in November
gonieiy, Commander Fleet Air Detachment, in the absence I along with other high ranking: Navy ofti -al's. will be 1948.

of (Hear Adm. Alfred K.: ;Montgomery( Commander J honored{ guests at a special dinner sponsored / the Jacksonville Today plans are underway t.)
: the completion of original plans
Fleet Air Jacksonville."On I Chamber of : [ the George
. .. Con'lnterct'onday evening. I with surveys being; made before
.Miiitluy. ()< lot.T J.tlM' Natal Air station will t>bnerft I Washington Hotel in observance of the tenth ati';;'iveisary of the construction o' the Mayport
e the 10th anniversary ..f Its commissioning1/ by the :XinyJK'jui carrier lei thing bAsin begins The
...,. t. ,I j the commissioning of the station. __i I I (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1))

">lme that time, the !edition has ln 'leased In "I i/e and Importance Also on hand for the big occa-
,; until today with the expansion| of Mayport to arroin- sion as guests will be senior of-
odate carrier berthing It U on the way to iMMsimliig a tnajor ficers aboard the station, commanding :
aviation renter equal to any on either roast."An officer and departmentheads -j 1'
plus a large group\ of civic
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such It will IN railed upon to bear it Rra,.r re%|">nslWllty leaders. '
than ever beforellh the cloud of war lyiiiff hey / Invited to the special affair
on the horlson of the future, we can pray for peace while at and expected to be on hand are '
the same lime we must", prepare lo play whatever part In the Vice Adm. John H. Cassady, for-
national I defense we may be Balled upon to atHiinie."An I mer Commander. Fleet Air Jack- ,
sonville, and now Deputy Chief "
a ship it no sttronger than IN crew, so U this "station of Naval Operations for Air; Vice I -,
ni stronger than Us personnel, both military and UIIan.| Let Adm. John Dale Price, former
me therefore urge; everyone, as they haste done "<> ably In thepast commanding officer of NAS and ;
ten years, to continue to act with the same loyally effi- now Chief of Naval Air Training I
flenry! and vigilance that hat uuide the reputation" of this tin- at Pensacola; Vice Adm. Calvin'
tlon so oiitstiiiKlinff T. Durgm. former CommanderFleet I

fapt. HOIIJla"" '1'. Day, tl.>.\. Air Jacksonville.Rear ,
Coiiiinandliiff Offll'.rS.. : Adm H S. Kendall for-
__ I mer commanding officer of Naval :
/ Air Technical Training Center at
"In the past years that the fleet units have been based here / NAS; Rear Adm. Frank t: 4 x + -
at the N.avallr Station they have received cooperation and of the Air University. r
support which has contributed much to their successful opera / Field, former Chfcsf',Ol,! ward'i 'I'
tion. Fleet Air Jacksonvi ) 1I .
On occasion of the tenth :anniversary of the CornmisMocilnj-! I T. Eaile Hipp fii w .. :1 ;"""'" .-'''- .''-
of the Naval Air Station the "local fleet units extend hearty of NASRariVi; htijIN(*'v :*%F.MON1ES'- )|;d. ifure t *tftlkt s "V' TeCailil the ,1.:
congratulations and well done ney, fOl'row-, J It Hmmiasioain' on'October IS, 1940 snows Capt.

-.. Cuit. George Montgomery; j NAATC; I r, ftngrvftretired) readint his orders making him
Commander, Fleet Air Detachment. officer.incof _.niHh' ? officer of the station. On the left Is Atlni.
NAS artIMeaw ew .motto was then Chief: ot the Bureau of Aeronautic
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Jax Air News 0-Year Review


Departments Recall Station
Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air Progress "
Station. Jacksonville. Fla. ,

NAS, Jacksonville
Capt. Douglas T. Day ._ "".___.___.___Commanding OUker-
Comdr. Porter F. Bedell.._ _. ., Executive Officer' All Continue To Perform Vital Functions
fleet Atr' Jacksonville ,
Rear Adm. Alfred E. ., ommander tenance, parachute and crash-fire. {

Capt Allen Smith _. ... ._........... ..... ...............__...____..Chief of Staff TilE BOAT DIVISION includes the following] (
Thousands Of Aircraft branches, station boat, NAAS Mayport boat and
Fleet Air Wing Eleven seaplane beaching.
Capt. George C. Montgomery_.... ... ,__Commander Aerology Division takes in the forecasting and
Comdr. Charles Robertson ..., ___.___.___.Chi .f Staff Officer Processed 'At O&R Dept.The I. aircraft clearance branches. .

Naval Hospital Ordnance Division encompasses the magazine
Capt. Dwight J. Wharton.___..... Commanding Officer Overhaul and Repair Department was a armory, range and ammunition stock control
.._ .Executive Officer
Capt. Guy E. Stahr. before branches.
story In blueprint long NAS Jax was com-
NARTU missioned In October, 1040. Aviation Training Division includes, link trainer -
Capt. Raymond N. Sharp.___ _ _.__...Commanding Officer In a corner of the Roberts Contractor's buildIng branch aviation training film library .branch
near what is now Enterprise Avenue and and the educational training branch.
Editorial Offices in Rooms 123 and 125 Main Administration Ranger Street, two desks, two chairs, a tel'
building. Phone extension 8184. phone, and a wall calendar constituted the ex-
Editor-Andrew H. Planey clusive accommodations of an acting O&R Offi- Dispensary One Of First
Staff Member: Bob Joyce, JOSN. cer and clerk when the department's administrative -
The JAX AIR NEWS U publlnhcd weexiy at the U. S. Naval Air Station office was born on January 6, 1941. This Buildings Erected Here '
Jaikionvllle I Florida, and printed non-appropriated funds
'NlnIt
served also the contractor's
n8o
building personneland
at no expense to the government In NAVEXOS P-33. Rev
Mov. 1SM5. Caplet are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the the beginnings of the NAS Operations De- The Dispensary Building was one of the first
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field, and partment. buildings constructed at the Naval Air Station
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the 8 Naval Hospital
'The JAX AIR NEWS> U a memwr of the Armed Forces Press Service. Reproduction BACK IN THAT DAY as one drove in from Jacksonville, Fla. Construction on the original
of material from these sources must bear a credit line. Republlcatlcn the Main Gate, great clouds of dust rose high in Dispensary Building began on October 7, 1940.
ct tt other Editor matter JAX AIR, except NEWS.by service publications Is prohibited without permission the air or the car skidded in the mud for the When completed it consisted of two floors with
Station had no paved streets. On all aides it approximately 18000 square feet of ,floor space
seemed that huge excavations were underway or In October, 1940( construction of the first addition '.
the buzz of saws and the pounding of hammers began for the purpose of housing a low
r4+tiii rir'L'4 evidenced that buildings of this new Naval activity pressure chamber and related facilities. Con-
were under construction. TodaY's park- struction on a second extension began in May,
ing difficulties seem simple in comparison with 1943, which included two patient wards with
having to wait for the drivers Qf other cars, panel radiant heating under the flora Additional
which might have you hemmed in to arrive and space for a medical storeroom, garage, morgue,
make it possible for you to leave the Station. In physical examining rooms and office space were
S < < a temporary structure between the present Ad- CONSTRUCTION OF ALL extensions was!
ministration Building and Supply ana Fiscal De- completed on 12 February, 1944. The present
partment was a civilian eating facility known as floor space) of the Dispensary Building Is 52,524
the "Greasy Spoon", square feet. This space provides for 104 patient
One knew little about regulations for In those beds and spaes for X.ray, operatingroom
days printed department instructions were not in dressing room, physio-therapy, industrial
existence. Instead of having an organized Indoc- medicine pharmacy, medical storeroom, low pressure
trination program, employees had to learn the chamber and all related facilities necessary
hard way-by actual experience, or by a study of for the operation of the dispensary.On .
> t Navy Regs and such publications. May 26, 1944 construction began on two
Conditions improved gradually as construc- buildings to house a three dimensional night vision .
tion progressed. Dirt roads were replaced by testing laboratory These buildings were
paved streets!\ and parking lots were provided. completed June 15, 1944, and with the installation -
The O&R administrative office was moved first of equipment this laboratory became operational -
to the Administration Building and later, in May, ,
1941, to its present location in the main O&R TUB \\OKKIO\I of Die dispensary increased
BuildIng. to such proportions during World War n that
L TilE TEMPORARY SHOPS which had been additional subsidiary dispensaries were placed -In
located in the Service School area were moved, operation These latter dispensaries were deactivated -
one at a time, into their new house as areas were concurrent with demobilization.
completed and facilities became available. Com- According to the records, the first medical of-
pletion of the first major overhaul, an N2S, on ficer in charge of the dispensary arrived approximately
15 August, 1941 was an occasion of great rejoicing two months before the construction beganon
RECRUIT TRAINING-These young lads receiving first-hand Since then,. the number of aircraft and the Dispensary Building. Senior medical officers
instructions in field stripping a Thompson sub-machine gun from engine overhauls has run into the thousands, who have been in charge of the dispen-
I Lt. Jean Owen, center, learned afterward that they will be awardeda many of them involving difficulties which would sary are listed as follows
Recruit Training Completion Certificate for their training at have been impossible to overcome in the early Comdr. J. W. Vann-Aug., 1940 to March,
NARTU Left to right are Ffc. Douglas Eller, Lt. Owen, Pvt. Elton days. The engine overhaul program was moved 1941; Capt E. E. Smith-March, 1941 to oct..
Simmons, and Pvt. Robert Bowman. into the present Power Plant Division area when 1945: ; Capt. L. E. McDonald-Oct., 1945: to oct.,
-- --- -- 1947 Capt. J. L *Holland Oct.
completed early in 1944 ; 1947 to June,
The first mechanic had reported for duty on 1950: ; and Capt. Julius C. Early--June, 1D50 to
WeekSlidlincjTafk February 17, 1941, yet by the end of March, 1941 present
only 71 civilians were in the department. Manyof :
this early group are still employed in O&R -De-Charged. ;
and can tell many Interesting, experiences of Security
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that time.
JUST PRIOR TO W-DAY, however, more 'With Perimeter Security I
from than 3,800 civilians and almost 3500 military
personnel were assigned with the department The Security Department, headed by the Commanding .
operating both day and night. Enough airplanes Officer, Marine Barracks, is composed of I
NAETUMarine to equip an estimated 200 fighter squadrons have both Marines and Sailors. The :Marine Bar-
been overhauled or repaired and delivered in racks takes care of perimeter security (inclucl
most cases ahead of schedule. For outstandingand Ing the main gate guard) and operates the Station "
Air Rescue Fighter I This statement Is substantiated efficient accomplishment during the war Brig. The Yard division provides' over all t
Squadron VMF-144 began the 8-9 In the report that VMF-144 period, this department was one of three naval internal security for the station through the em. ;
October drill week-end with a mor- drill attendance it averaging aircraft overhaul activities to receive the Secretary ployment of Station Police and civilian guards, \E
ale booster from Lt. Col. Fredrick more than 85 percent with flj- of the Navy's Certificate of Achievement, and operates the pass and identification office at i
Payne, commanding officer of the Ing and training syllabus completion an award comparable to the Army-Navy E" the main gate j
Marine Air Detachment, who just more than parallellingthat Award for private Industry. The :Marine Barracks is primarily a security y
returned from Glenview, Illinois mortl. The EngineringElcctrlral In the quarter Just ended the department, force attached to the Naval Air Station. On ,
filler a visit with the Commander, department has maintained commanded by Comdr. William E. Kenna, has June 4, 1940, the first Marine Barracks at this I
Marine Air Reserve Training. a 100 percent attendance evidenced its ability to answer the challenge and station was organized with a complement of 1
He gave all personnel the latest for the pant three months with establish new records by processing more air- officer and 32 men. The first commanding officer
information on mobilization possibilities Enlisted Training maintaining a craft per man than ever before In its history was Major E. Mahlinger. During World War
and said: "This is the close second with,95.8 JM'l.nt.Other ----- ---- II the Marine Barracks included a Barracks Detachment .
finest organization of its kftid departments hate: also re- Aviation Casual Co., and a Gnard Detachment -
that I've ever had the pleasure of mained at a high lc\el. Operations Began As Part The Aviation Casual Co. contained
working with It is efficient, well- Captain G. R. Brown, and Cap- Marine Corps Students attending Aviation school!
ilisciplined, and if called to active tain J. C. Witherspoon, Gainesville Of Aviation Training Dept. in the Naval Aviation Technical Training Center
duty will be thorough trained." were selected for promotionto The total number of personnel: attached has var-
Major. Second Lieutenant H. Prior to October, 1948, many of the functionspf ied from as low as 33 tb as high as 519 during iii
Oct.t'S: E. Rigler, Jr., Jacksonville Beach, what is now the Operations Department were the recent war
DenotesContinued I and Second Lieutenant Jos- executed by the Operations Division which was Tim PRESENT NUMBER of personnel, both)
eph Schiavo, Jacksonville, have established as a part of the Aviation Training. regulars and reserves is 3 officers and 66 men. I
( from Page 1)) 1 been selected for promotion to 1st Department in October, 1940. The :Marine Barracks Is currently processing an .
construction! of the berthing facilities Lieutenant. A promotion list of During the period October, 1940 to October, estimated 1,000 Class III Volunteer Reserve Ma-
for carrlojs here hag long enlisted personnel will be available 1948, the Operations DivisIon' Officer was re- rines for extended active duty. These civilian .,
been in the planning stage. during the next drill period sponsible for control of flights in and out of the reserves are veteran Marines who are being recalled 6
Building Began In 1939 The stork tossed a bundle down station! field the maintenance and operation of to active duty. They are residents of the
As the station prepares to placeIts the chimney of T/Sgt. and Mrs. station aircraft, servicing of transient aircraft, northern and southern areas of Florida, and remain
Unth candle on the birthday Franklin V. Herlong of 1328 Car- the photographic laboratory, the parachute loft at this Station only long enough to be examined -
cake, history shows that it wasp .ville Street, on the 28th of September and crash-flte facilities physically and obtain transportation end
on October 15: 1940, that NAB The new week*nd Marine COMMISSIONING: date of the station subsistence for travel to Initial duty stations.
j assumed its place In Naval Avia weighed 6 pounds and 11 ounces. until the latter part of 1943, the primary mis- The present commanding officer is Lt. Col.
tion. On that day Capt. Charles sion was training of aviation cadets and the Harvey B. Atkins. Col. Atkins li a veteran Marine
f. Mason was Installed in ceremony Air Technical Training Center. great majority of flight operations at this com- with 16 years service, having enlisted in
as the first commanding of- Located aboard the Naval Air mand were performed by cadets and Instruc- the Marine Corps in June, 1934.
facer of the station.Construction Station, commanded by Capt tors. With the change in mission of the stationin TilE COMMANDING: OFFICER of the Marine
of the station began Douglas T. Day, are the headquarters 1943 from cadet flight training to advanced Barracks is also Station Security Officer, Traffic \
in 1939 when the land was of Commander, Naval AirBases flight training came stepped up flight opera- Control and Traffic Court Officer, j>lus Station
acquired from the Duval Airbase Sixth Naval District, which tions in fleet operational types of aircraft. Fish and Game Warden, and ComNabSix Staff I
Authority after local citizens voted Capt. Day commands; Commander In October, 1918, the Advanced Training Security Officer. The operation of the Station
to issue 11,000,000; in 1ondi"to: ,Fleet Air 'Jacksonville, who Command was moved to Naval Air Station, Corpus Brig is one of his additional responsibilities
purchase tits n cessarr,crea '- "- E. Mont- Christi!, Texas, and this station became a The Yard Division also comes under the Security
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a.ddlttonIU'*" ', e ';Command r, Fleet fleet operating base. At that time the Aviation Department. Next January will mark thfl
the beghere. yen. Capt. George C Training Department was abolished and the Operations Yard Division's tenth :year of operation. Organ
,' in i!' >< ," Department was established with the ized as a department in 1941 with Com dr, Ficcl
Jnen .: 't 3 .y, ,following divisions and branches for which the II Gage, now Chief of Staff of ComNab Six, assuming -
D .''_ :" i I Officer.: Comdr. George E, Chalmers, duties as the original Yard Officer, it
traJn_ L. had its top peak of personnel during the war,
latora'\ftre ta leer, Assistant Operations Of with 390 officers and men.
10,000"'gIr"'Crrvmt J&: :bean Office ,and the Flight Boat, THEN, AS NOW, responsibility for the Inter
the headquarters the ant All' NAB Lterlfcr Viation Training and Pho- nal (security of the station (which then Included ..
Operational Training Command since IflxetTyoi .: nd Ground Control Ap the operation of all crash boats and war-tlmo ..
(later changed to Advanced Train Sailors I 'can:p h ration procedures) fell on the Department. Duo
ing Command), the Seventh Naval front of them A ,j!oti'mor Includes branches of air to the shortage of personnel after the war It
District and the huge Naval now. air' +, ion, engineering and main.YfK (Please Turn to Page 8,. Col. 1)V)

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Since it was commissioned on October 15 ten NAS
rw years ago, Jacksonville has had ten

commanding officers, with Captain Charles P. Mason serving as the first commandant from

October 1940 until May 1942.

Since then NAS has had as its commanding: officers, in order, Captain John D. Price

from May 1942 to March 1913 ; Captain S. J. Michael, from March 1913 to August 1913 ;,

CaiHain Arthur Gavin, August 1913 until April 1914 ; Captain W. W 'Smith, from April

1914 to November 1944 ; Captain H. E. Kegan, November 1911 until June 1945 ; Captain A.

II. Brady, June 1915 to June 1917 ; Captain II. S. Duckworth, who served from June 1947

to June 1948 ; Captain Alvin I. Malstrom, from June 1918 until June 1950, and the present I

commanding officer Captain Douglas T Day who took over command on June 15, 1950.



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.I CAPTAIN March 1943 S.-J.Auf MICHAEL., 1013 CAPTAIN A. I. MALSTROM I

.. Chronological Summory Shows June, 1918-June, 1950

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Milestones in the progress of NAS and outstanding events as taken from the files

of the Jax Air News appear below: Naval Air Station Jacksonville has com

e a long way from the time it was com. missioned in October, 1940 to the present d

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26 April 1939- New drop In point ]Ji.IOId i 23 January, 1947- r
President Roosevelt signed lull for
Naval Air N"&I..u. SI January 1916- HrH Annual Admiral Hall highlights
Including 115000-; Navy Relief drive to polio drive /
000 for NAS, Jacksonville. open Marines I
get new tOl nasntler. '
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July, 1939
1 February, lI1UJ-
first plane assigned, to Iatl.... NAS named among Heady Air Reaerte NAS Dime goes campaign.over the top ia Marchof I

May. 1940-( Center I 20 February, m7-
Contracts let lor power plant hangar 15 February, 1 16AdiJllrai Captain I O. C. Miller I is named new
laundry, garage, maintenance Itear John K Khafrolh via- Head of Administration for NAAlt"
building fire house, barrack, men It* NAS. 27 February 1947-
.... h.JJ. and brig :21 February, 1016- Ottumwa take first place In 1947
AtK lluilding begun .N.'TT(' safety award won by Lauderdale I NATAL swim I meet at Indoor pool.
r IS October 194()- like ('It) unit 3 April 1941-
Station formally comniiioned at 7 March 1916l'arachute lied Cross Drive termed a tucceit .
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J CAPTAIN JOHN D. PIIICE high noon Captain Charles I'. Mason movie I* being filmed at N'IS. ,<
May 1918-March 1013 commandant.ID here Sammy hnead! give exhibition. 15 May, 1947- I V13
14 March 1U6-!
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Station nurses observe I '.
I April 1911ilr thirty-ninth :...i.lut
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.t cadet coniniisiiioned an Naval schedule camera eitablUhed ban lifted :New Inspection 29:anniversary May. 1947taptain -of Navy Nurse ('orp8. .,' 111 l.

Atlator :21 March, 194 R. CAPTAIN DOUGLAS T. DAY
15 June"' Wl- Anthony Brady leave
.. Navy extend limit of INNR serv for Adak, Alaska omdr., Paul June 1950
Public n Department organlied ice. Mainaid{ movie for enlisted F. -rree July, lull- only jomrltk. Executive: Officer, verve a.acting I

Mat completed on landing field I' 4 April, 1946- 12 tkipper officer receive
8. Naval Hospital commissioned.lir June 1917AAK ......... 10.... ..___wing. ...... U first
Ship Service add new schedsies. 'henna e' .v ft' _. .....-. .....
hy. .. ._ ,,_ two.we"k hhniilAWM. far -u a.
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1L..". I'um.... ....en '1""", plant maintenance -- --- 7 ju"j-h; *:..
Admiral A. II. Cook became April. 19-16- ('hlef Albert
19 June 1947Captain Kuyawtkl ol VF2 win
I thief Ug. of Command Naval' Air Operational Iraio-I. Ited ('rOM" drive nets $6,519. { Camllle; M. Shaar take over Chevrolet In Navy Relief drawing.
lUUed Headquarter estab-' April. 1916- command of Naval Hospital. 10 June 1948-
R here. Trade Schools became I Sunrise service to celebrate Easter 17 July 1947Captain NAS sees first jet land here
separate command under WATTC cog-/ Demobilifatlon apeeded. Herbert S. Duckworth becomes 28 June 1948Captain -
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nuance. Captain John Dale trice be- a May 1M6! ('ommltDdln, Officer of NAS. A. I. Malstroin become (!arelieving /.
earn* t oinniaoOant et :WAS.! Station to observe VE lUy 7 August 1947Jax Comdr tred Brush, tC'mp.-
November 19IJ: 9 May, 1916Seaplane CO.
Navy take first place in In- nary
tint NAVE: officer board. again appear on St John ter-I>Utrict swimming meet. 8 July 1918-
March mjCaptain River. 21 August 1917- NAS contributes $1,?45 t* Cancer
Stanley Joseph Michael became 18 May, 1946Itear All :Navy swimming meet drive. .
Commandant Admiral Ralph Davlwon named here open 19 July 1918-
April 1SI4I: head of 7th Naval JJhtrlct. :28 August, 1917MAS Rear Admiral Ernest I.itch become
heat edition of JA\' AIR NEWS JJ May 36t8Naval softball team leave for the All Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training
printed tint radio program from. I ( flight team to star !. air Navy championship and CO of 7th NI.
station broadcast. Alrtra.i >.t I (show Station saddened 1048-
death of
by Captain UllltI'r

Vail organlaed. 10 May, 194ft- Anthony K, Brady. officer receive wing
Au&ul&.II1I:1-: / NAS return to normal after rail 4 September, 1947- I after training at NAS.
{ Captain Arthur Gavin became Com crisis. Captain John 1'. Ubltner. become 22 July, 1948NATTC -
mandant. Hear Admiral A. C. Net'all II June" 1916Navy new thief of Staff for NAATC. Memphis win N4TIO swim
succeeded Vice Admiral A. H. took at : mote U offset Maritime K September 1947- meet
Chief NAO1CJ. .vAnrll. walkout. NAS I Softball I' 22 August, 1948-
. team lone out In AllNavy
II1Heap&lln 11 June: 1916NAN final to Alameda Hellcat. I 90 Florida high schools and college
CAPTAIN C. P. MASONOvt. Walton W. Smith became. Jax aelected A* *Ue of awlm I :5 October, 1947- I' coaches hold w"flk"l..nl coaching schoolS
1910-,'Iay, 1912 Commandant, l11UU..erul& of NA5.August rhamplonthlp. Capt )Uhole head Station. DAiindeil fir trOD leal itArm. .& :N.4o4.! ..
Assembly and 26
** Repair b team August. 1918Prlve -
--- .-- 'Irainlag tranferrtuj"* >* T'I'('cn. grid of 196 to atari avis *. Aviation Cadet.
:November, 1941 tlon Indoetrlnatien. 16
Town Dinner 9 October 1947- September 1948Capt. -
.. Captain Jlarffitrt IC. Befan became 1Iy'tr.4: 19lt- Navy working parties ave then- Robert O. Minter assumes di-
Commanding (liter, drive to begin at NAH Pay sands of dollar worth of atormb.rfld .& ties a* OAK officer
(Continued from Page 1) April llHUear nile now In effect ( A> Jacksonville Beach borne U September, 1948-
fleer of NAS. Admiral )).,11108 become 1 August 1916- 27 October 1947- Navy plan to develop Jacksonville
CNAO1GJune. NVS places\ second in swim meet a* major fleet aviation
1 Navy Day observance held with center
Rear Adm. John Raby, former ", 1913Captain: I 8 August, nl6- open house.H big 1 November, 1948-
executive officer of the station; Anthony R. Brady became I M Day nnnivervitry approache November 1847- Three Jacksonville area command.
Vice Commanding Olfluer, It August l lActlvltlei New scale based activated. Capt. A. I. M/ilstrom, ('<>
Adm. Charles P, Mason (retired August, miElation : -. at NA9 crippled by pay on Jax area,
power of NAS additional
survey booit wage of per diem em assume dntie/ a*
), first commanding officerof takes peace Quietly hut-off ployee t'O N.'n:010.1r.: J. U. She, be>-
NAS and now mayor of Pen- September 11M5Reparation 29 August 1t&6'oliflT 6 December, 1947- come CO of Cecil Field Capt.
sacola; Rear Adm Andrew Me- Center open and the l !klsrJ.'nI over a* skipper Uuantleo Marine defeat NATO All (harle I.. Lee assume duties asCommander .
process of reconversion to peace-time er ary of Naval Star, 3J-11. for Meet Air
East (oat grid ti Jacksonville

Fall, one-time Chief of Naval Air Navy begin Aviation approaches. tle pending Arrival of Rear Admiral Daegin. -
Operational Training Command; Ill October, IMS- 0 September, 1916- 9 February 1948- .
Rear Captain Jlrady named chairman of Vandalism In barrack will u. te March of Dime 18 November, IMS-
Adm. W. W. Smith former campaign net
Community Client Drive, .N"'T'l'V 110,000 School bus schedule announced | , commanding officer of NAS; change fkipper 12 jrll''ry.' 1948- Flee Air Jax arrive
Alvin I 115: October, JM5! It September, 1916Iepnbllisatisa NAS 21
Capt. I. Malstrom. commanding Fliers win 7th NO basketball, November 1948-
officer of NAS from i Navy Day program planned. Main- officially end *. 19 rhamplonihlp Rear Admiral Calvin T. Durgla beCome
aide UUpennary get new Captain. September 16 February, 194*- .* Commander fleet Air Jan, re
1943 to June 1950; Capt. Reuben 1 November 1945NAI'J'C 19 September, 1916- Naval :Air technical" Training Can lieving C apt.. lee, 'wlto become Chiefof
Sin'urn, former senior Chaplain become (""TC, Work period ordered for Raturdiy ter move to Memphis Tens, 2,500 104&.".
here and I November, 1K4V: morning VI'H-208 begin eoda personnel and equipment moved 9 eeember, 1918--
the Rt.
Rev Mons
r. Armistice holiday granted itatloa. 26 September, IM6- 25 March 194S- Week-end Warrior make aereenlandappearance
Maurice Sheehy. one-time senior AAll plan one tblft. Reserve training unit will bold first'Open Hear Admiral Hewlett Thrband Na-\ In Mattery' Ilnrrioana.
019f-o" '
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Catholic Chaplain of the base.x 15 November, ( House vy Inspector General visit :NAS : Hand also appear In movie shot atMinud ,
S October, 1' 16
Community Client: drive extended 1 April 1948NAHTir S SIi
("rlulllin. ta operate station r>..h II ipuredv of Air Show JK .
fire dent.__ : Jax rated excellent by Rr Iteewmher191*-
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211\ November, 1945- n Navy football team loses' first. game Adm. Whitehead (tNAKT I IS rlle.h..la.* !. flam navai aviation
"Why docs Mabel let all the 1'olnt drop effect 1,1>00 enlisted per- 10 October 1MIlurrlrnae I A Anrll. 1941quastle. ceremony ,,1/
fellows kiss her?" aonnel. War (:bent fund i. 7,718.. I fall to strike NAfl. Civvies Marine* win All-Navy bar 11 j
20 December, 1945- autlorlved for all peraonnel. ketbalt championship at MAS Ctlng7iiU I of VF-171 of CAG-11.. .
"She once slapped a guy. who First peacetime ChrUtma since SI October 1946- 14 April lt 4H- rive at NAS.
was chewing tobacco." 1940: to bo observed. Navy Day "observed by NAS with Rear- Admiral Ralph Davlion leave 17 February 194t- .
w e 10 January 19t "Open Ilooae, port a* Commandant: 7tk :M>, lielleved Carrier All Group 4 arrive front.
Air New become eight-page paper. B Deeember, 194ftJa by Capt. 1.. y. Maaoa. Norfolk.
Navy Exchange Clerk "Here'sa Aee-Nav. visits 8t. Johns Anchorage Navy football team> ranked 22 April 1948ItlF 11 February 1919-
Card with a beautiful' sentiment: 17 January 1946- fourth In the nation following; n *ucreshful notice given SO N U employeeji Station, city /(\ lan for
To the only girl I even loved.' Melting furaane la full operation. aeaon. In reatljnhtment act first Jay Nary Hoy' Ilasebail School
Capt. llradya give award to AB. I January, 1917- 15. May 194 11 March 194*-
Sailor: "Wonderful. Ill take a 24 January, 194ft- Captain A. K, Morehonao relieve Increase In workload of OAR result Jar Navy Hoy*' n."fthall Training
dozon of those." I Navy eteeeding demoMlnatlon '011.. Captain Stall Of Frank II. Ward. M Chief of In 000 additional job for civilian*. Clifford Geiger flree Cove, wins
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'. ', '." ,., 51 Employees Receive



$1,186 For Suggestions

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; Beneficial Suggestion presentation ceremonies prevailed through

'....,.,. -.- out the Overhaul and Repair Department last week as division offi-
> cers presented sixty award checks to 51 employees

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I The award checks were granted
for beneficial suggestions Aaron K Taylor, $16,90; Ronald
: PW;.: .; \. which were submitted and adopted G. Ulmer Jr., $12.70; A E. War.
>" : > I throughout NAS These suggestions ren $4,38; James R. Wetmore,
made possible several $8.50; Herman C. White $8.50;
? < I thousands of dollars in savingsto Carson J. Wilcox, Sr. $53.10;
/, Herbert R. Wright Jr., $8.50: and
L. : ; i this activity in the form of
\ !: : ; reduced man-hours for a particular J, S. Wright $850.Commissary: ,
:,,, :>,;, .,,,,:. ,.,,t,. -.. .. ';;: 'X : i ::6 material ._ __
: operation savings,
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: i '' ::, .. : ,<1 : :} : reduction of waste and salvaged
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: ;<- ;w. .y:< "W' "'''''' :><>-
O & R SETS ANOTHER RECORD-Representative of the type of aircraft processed by Overhaul efficiency for the station. Of
and Repair department which set a new record of aircraft workload for the quarter ending course numerous other Intangible Hours ChangedA
I. Sept 30 are shown abcne. On the left is a nil jet (Banshee), in the renter is a Corsair, behind the savings will be realized from the
Corsair is an R4I and on the right is a TO.2 jet ( F-80 shootingstar). The recent quarter's production adoption of these ideas and cannot change in Commissa-
I is! outstanding: in that the department's personnel is one third less than in the record quarter cents.be measured in dollars and I ly Store hours has been
i of 1947.O&R. I announced officials
store
by
.. Totals $1.816
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The sixty checks represented a : effective Friday.
'Rock' Is Interesting But VP-5 total of 1816.72 in awards The Commissary Store
RecordsBig '
I this being the actual amount of I will remain open from
the checks which Is the

Quarterly Will Be Glad To Get Back To Jax I less Leading income the tax deductions.group insofar award as .I Tuesday 0900' to, l.r;Wednesday)00 on Monday and

awards was concerned was Joseph I Friday and from 0900 to

Blxtiit D. Laffev who received an award 1230 on Thursday and
LoadThe The following:; dispatch| I I
Work VP-8 now fit Argtntia. :Newfoundland ,. The only town of real size Is St. of $233.85 for his method of re- I Friday.
was forwarded bv John's the capitol of Newfoundland bushing landing gear stissots on I
heaviest aircraft workload squadron PlO I.t. (eJIt') Terry F. 25 minutes by air, and three ;, FG and Fit type of all'craft. The --- ---
) ever accomplished by Hunter specially for the Jax hours by car from Argentia. It next highest award was presented
Air News. is! a Canadian summer resort and to Loel L.. Judy in the amount of I Civilian Cafeteria
personnel of the NAS Over understood to le. a pretty good I i $131.80 for his process for removing -
haul and Repair Department liberty town. i oil and grease from bug !
is the record for the quarter AHGENTIA, Newfoundland So for vc: have had some very ged silica! gel which permuted deactivation -! Reveals Menu
-It was August 1, 1950 i and reuse of the ma-
nice weather and too some
ending September 00 1950 it very
I when Patrol Squadron Five bad weather. This' Is probably one ':'tetlal. The third highest award Here! is next week's menu for
has been revealed. (VPS) transferred its men of the few places in the world $1180. was presented to Walter the Civilian Cafeteria which Is
During this quarter 281 aircraft that the wind can be quite stiff S. Morris for his modification and subject' to change. The list includes
overhauls and modernizations from the subtropical paradis'eof and still have fog. The little fellow le-deslgn of exhaust sta'klll1' don the food available for each
were made ieady-for-issue to operating Ii Jacksonville, to the wild around the coiner who makes tanks in the cleaning and pletInj particular day and does not Im- ,
units for another service and untamed rock bound the' stuff, just won't quit some I I' : "shops, of the Overhaul and Re- ply that all I is Included I none -
lour An additional :J6) planes shores of Newfoundland. days. But when the wind shifts, I pair Department. I i individual meal,
K-th jet and piston driven types, and the little guy: hangs: up the | lil('ipieiltfc I.lxleil I MONDAY: Vegetable soup,
\\ere processed by the Emergency Much to VP-3's tnagrln, Comdr. "gone to lunch" sign i the e'tr *ei !I Othe winne Included Ha"told brown beef stew, sali-buiy steak,
itepiiir and Flight Test Branch I Fred Bon les arrived on time i comes crystal, and the station R. Bakeman $2120: Wendell L teemed: lice, boiled potatoes, collard -
Record I 11I1'| re..,.1 U*> which necessitated the immediate takes on a completely new loci; EUrine., $2200: John Bat 'ons. greens, succotash, creamed
Numerically the latest quarter return of all Comdr. Gilbert Franenheim's Another odd happenstance here $21.20: James H. liedenbrugh! cabbage assorted salad cake. pie,
record' vas exceeded bv 10 aircraft i Neptunes. A conteienct- is McAndrew Air Force Base $42,501'allace; L Bialey. $850.: peach cobbler
In 1947 but during that par of all officers from called both in squadronswas older to ''without an an field, located adjacent Robe-t L. nu",', SIG.JO. Chu 'les Tl'KlVBeef: noodle soup,
ticular period' no transport type: immediately to NAS AigentlH. The Air iL. A. Carter $1330: : and $11 N; shoat ribs, bar-b-q, steamed rice,
tiiicraft were completed, while in pa=l s along all pertinent Information Force personnel! that maintain. the C. P. CBM', $0.150\: and $850: : H. r- boiled potatoes, turnip greens,
but all'P''II:! aircraftte
the quarter just ended 27 R4D aircraft MATS planes that land he, e are old M Cariahe', $2875: B E. /siring beans, mixed vegetables,
i requiting three times more t tuning up in preparation, which made for con a qualified there, plus a large num Chu lea, $]6tO.?. ; Cze. l B Co' bin. asso ted salads, cake and pie
work than fighters) were processed i hasty departure bE'rf Air Force Communications $21.20 and 33.10' ; Sc-hley H D v- Jello. .
Further, the department t "ersatlon impossitle.FINALLY personnel.But i IR, $2529; Joseph f:: Duncan ,\Uns.ou.Bf'Rn. : soup' ,
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met a difficult engine schedule i 25.2J! ; R. B Edwards: $4250.
: ,
d and
roast ,
AFTER Ml'( II our Jacksonville> friends can espmjj turkey *pag-
when the power plant division shouting, and three throat lo/en- reel assured that the lobster Donald I). Field $09.40: L. T heal and meat sauce, steamed
oxtrhhuled ::12: Pratt and Whitney Guir. $1438: : William A. Hallmark !
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.'ice mashed mixed
ges, all Important dope was dis will never get delicious, that potatoes
R2800-32W $60.00 Cove C.
engines : harden,
seminatedthat is location oti air 1'0 clear the liberty so ('n10\'- getnegetables., peas and car-
The recent qual tfr's production i the I club, free bAr nights! meal able the fog so thick: that VP--% $8.50; John C. Home. Jr., $8.50; I'ot'Andud\, jams, assorted 11111-
It outstanding, in that the departments ''hours, location of ping pong ball will not return to its home base Bet D. Ingiam. $2120: ; A. C. I ads cake and pie, and lemon pud-
y
personnel is one-third less supply, bus routes, and "kum- when it gets the call I I'I Keene $53.10: David E. Kemp. ding
than ir the record quarter 1M7 shaw" procedures And so, twenty $1270.; He bf'.t L. Kirkland $48- TIU'KSUAV Chicken rice
Ir effect this means that appioxlinelth i minutes later we bid farewell to t'O' : Joseph: D. Laffey, $1063 (tin soup, baked' ham and raisin sauce,
42 percent more airplanes 'our old Jax friends who "11'1"bOl'nf'd" addition to an award! of $23385)) ; chop suey, chili con came, steam
per man were produced than previously. in one plane, amid a cloud' Mutual Admiration and J, M Lamb $11.00 and 4250. ed rice owned potatoes, rnus ,
) lof Argentia: fog. Completing the list of Overhaul tar'd greens, field peas and snaps,
,I Worker (Vmmended' After seven weeks on the rock, At Fleet Air WingI and Repair Department winners okra and tomatoes assorted IIal- .
In commending Overhaul) and : we're beginning to get acclima- were John G Littiell, $16.60 and ads, pie cake and vanilla pudding -
Repair Department personnel for ] tlzed. For many of the personnel I "old crow with the three $850-: Harvey' Maddox $12.70; '
having> accomplished\ such a quantity I''this is their first look at Argentia: stripes" finally came to loost S. A. Moore, $4,38; E A. NeWell I'Il1nCreAm of tomato
of quality work, Comdr. William nnd Newfoundland. One of the I on two deserving left arms! at $1437: Emory S. Odom, $63.80; ; soup, breaded pork chop, baked
E Kenna, Overhaul and Repair I first things v e discovered ;vas Fleet Air Wing 11 John Clem I Julian F. Palmer $8.50; Vincent codfish and Creole sauce, macaroni -
Officer, "This was done when lobster- not Florida Crayfish, but and Alf Kennell finally sallied T Parr $4250 and $11.00: Fred and cheese, steamed' rice,
the country needed the wholehearted I the tremendous Maine t>'pe. The a three-bagger after five timesat S. Pediick. $23.70; Nicholas V.Pulignamo. mashed potatoes, spinach lima
support of everyone. I'm Newfoundland lobster must leada bat. Both were amazed that $31.25': Elmer J. beans squash, assorted salad, pie,
frond ot our record and want to pretty easy life, because he sure they had finally made the grade Raisch $1020: Thomas R. Rosa- cake, and chocolate pudding. .
Iato who have done M kranse, $8.50: Ells E. .
you I is tender. and grows: to a lathf.I Kennell was notified and lectured : Royal ----- ---- --- -
much: 'well done' I large siAnd the cost is r<> by Lcdr. Arnold Downs $2].20.: Peter M. Savage $13.30 "When my wife wants money,
Comdr Neil E. Harkleroad small that it is almost embarrassing Fleet Air Wing 11 Staff communications and $1150: Francis S. Shea, $12.- she calls me 'handsome.: "
Overhaul and Repair production 4 almost. that isi. In fact all officer, when the 70: Decker Smith, $63.80 and "Yeah, my wife does, too. 'Hand
efficc-r In recognizing the products meals are good, and the price! : Is new first came in Clem was $8.50: George W. Sweet $1020-: i some over she says." .
output said, "You can be quite low. notified by phone at his home
proud of your part in this quart, *< *.
Quite a few members of the
er's achievement for you are apart THE :NEAREST" TOWN is the
I staff around to
hung congratulate -
of the team that 'can-do small fishing village of Placentia.
LIPPr
Clem as he came in for his
second shift radio watch. Witha
big wide grin on hiv face anda 8
big: paw outstretched a\ia-
tion radioman, first class Clem
mustered in for duty As he 1
r shook hands with chief pettynfflcer.
first class Kennell, his
I exact words were, "'Boy it I ,
IJ 1 couldn't have happened! to two s, .;
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F J f better guys!

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I Next InspectionTo l 4f(
I
ov.

rr r 1 II IIt Be In Blues v.VJt v.

i1 Personnel who have not already

IET done so should take their bhlt's'
out cf the mothballs for the
next station inspection slated
for November 4,will be In blues, 1! i iP
t it hal teen revealed.At .

the present time, wearing
r of either "whites" or "blues"is t
optional) The official date of
the switch to the "UU 8" will

.be arlnou. ltd later. S
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..1 I Call .8255 For Taxi a" id 2

,i Phone number for the taxi- __."' _""' '", "" .' N '___;-' ..........._
F Hand Ciiithtde the main gate,
ARGENTIA SCENE-Comdr. Fred Eorries, commanding officerof whhh provides taxi M>rti I'e for I BEING A DOG'S BEST FRIEND Dutchess, Navy dog who .....
VP-5 presents the Presidential Unit Citation to Chief Frank AII I station personnel, Is 8255. lives aboard the station with her master shows interest in the welfare
ford at an inspection ef the squadron, which is presently at Argen 1 The new last service, OKTfttad of her less fortunate fellow pups in the Jacksonville dot
Newfoundland.. Chief John Luntlber, at left, received the same I commercially at standard pound as the helps fill carton with dog food at the Commissary

citation Lcdr, G. F Koe,.assists Comdr, Bowies, whip Ensign Ajax rate....... went into (-iteration last Store Not to be outdone are Pick Sihrqtdtr. MAN., left and
Barbara Rirkman SN.
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Taylor, is ,hown on eslrcntf right ,

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Airman Goes Down Under

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:. 'Honorary Submariner' Title Comes



I Hard Way To Local Veteran Pilot


; Attaining honor held 1
an
JVW problem' by holding the main dishIn
by few men in Naval ,aviation ( a firm grasp and letting the

Lt. John Wilschke of :!i salads I and assorted additions fall I

Fleet Air Wing 11 staff be- here they chose.Conditions .

came an "honorary submariner" excellent,while Lt. Wilschke submergedwere found. ,

]last week-earning his The only difficulty seemed to oe ,

honor the hard way. the Change of the vacuum as the

I Assigned to be one of the two craft performed some'of the exer
cises. Changing from a pressureof :
Aviation observers for the airnubmarine -
t Lt. Wilschkeleceived 3,000 feet down to sea level
exercises,
orders to go aboard the I pressure in a space of seconds, :ip

I I USS Requin, a schnorkle-typ sub, puts a terlffic pressure on the
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at Mayport. Happily contemplating .a I'll. .
a delightful cruise and a thorough _; b tI tIii
I t Investigation of the reputedly MORALE OF TIIK MEN In the It S
ti fabulous chow, the lieutenant ,sub, though it' bounced and bob-
J bled continuously, was excellent.
'-" reported blithely aboard. He was
to Wilschke's recollection
.According

'i disappointed on only one count. I about 30 per cent of the ---.. _. ._m._ __ __ ._._._..mm_ _n...._.. .._y .... .-- ....

f TIIK WKATIIKIC' IJKCAMKItorCiK eub's estimated compliment 75 were cent sick"were and not an CHOW 1'll\n-"u's: good to be back eating in the regular mess hall" beam the sailors passing

per I through the chow line in the newly renovated main in 4, The main
even before clearing theMayport feeling so well" In the meantime : galley building mess' recently reopened I
bteakwater. It after a 30-day fare lilting job.

continued .
pilot 'Wilschke was doing all he .
rough for the entire cruise, I 1- -
could to uphold the honor of the
reports Lt Wilshke. The wind I I air arm, and a very fine job he Resume 'Chow' ServiceAt

attained a velocity of 40 to 50 I I did Indeed, much to the amaze-

knots, with the swells reaching j;: rnent of the sub crew He attributes I
20 to 50 feet at all times, approximately this to be able to go top Renovated Main MessDecks SUPPLY
.. a sea state five for !
..- side for a breath of flesh air i once
.. eld Bailors. This made conditions I
In while.
a newly tiled, bulkheads gleaming with fresh paint shining
tor the crew almost Intolerable,
The submailne had the
while the craft was surfaced The crew ('oppeand/ reworked ranges' grills] and other galley equipment,
for the airmen
highest regard fly- 1
nib bobbed like a cork the entire '' Ing above during the exercise. Being ) greeted enlisted personnel last week as they repotted for chow for Not being a well versed writer

t Imt'. able to witness both sides i the first time In 30 days at Building 4, the main mess hall. should not keep anyone from. writ-
The itt-er.d of the submarine i the Lt. Wilschke j 'Ing this column, which your correspondent -
operation, ---- ---
Lt. Wilschke now recalls, was revolving lot I opined to the sub officers that the > During that time the buildinghad thus securing a good variety. is undertaking. for the

in a continuous tcunlerclockwise { airmen had much. the better time been secu-ed by Public Works larder Well Killed next- three Issues while the reglular -

: motion, making the ra- 'i lof It, but the sub crew didn't | to permit a complete renovationof I The larder must be kept filled, reporter Is on vacation
I'arman's Job nightmare The the mess hall and galley, a job 1 Let's try to items to
.. a think so. They love their ship and supplies for the two eeks' period get news
.#' radar scope wat revolving in a considered sub duty excellent. undertaken as part of the maint- constantly at hand. In the cold your reporter a little sooner, so
clockwise motion, while the <>bterver After nil of thii i Lt. Wilschke I talnance of the station. Meanwhile Storage section, 100,000 pounds of they will reach the press' on time,
., chow had been on staggeredshifts
counterclockwise. end make this colum have wide
was going
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feels that such sn assignment Is' fresh' meats await the whim of a
excellent experience for all pilots I I with the limited equipment the meal planner and fresh vegetables and Interesting appeal to all of

engaged in antl..lIbma"l e available. I eggs, milk and all the its 'elide,!!. Both military and civilian
Feed\ 2.000 Men
a ('11m\ WAS KXCKI.LENT: tions, It givE'Ste\ pilot opna'i I 1 familiar staples of the home pantryare personnel are urged to contribute

fill; that it was reputed to b<* valuable knowledge of the capabilitiew Any housekeeper of periodic knows redecoration the importance ready and waiting. ,

hboatd submarines> The only pronUm and limitations of the sub and reworking of equipment in order I' But Comdr. Stroud is not only .

was trying to eat the chow and too, such training rays! big: to make the kitchen or galleythe responsible for the food needs of 1 1I
fr. the bobbing sub The Fleet dividends when the chips! art most In the the station. He also has I the responsibillty 1 '1IIIS IS 1'Ifii"; I'KKVKNTION: : :
Air Win 11 lieutenant solved the down in any "no unit ?an t"." -- Important place and of ordering for Cecil \\KKKI-Be! fire conscious! Fire
'wotId
to boys girls.
hungry j I Field Green Cove Springs naval :!'Prevention1'eek is now observed

!! So It is with Lt. Comdr. Guy i station Maypoit. GI 'nco, Ga.. I lever) year by all the schools, fac-

N. Stroud who has! the prime job NAS Miami U. S. Coast Guard! { lories and places of work throughout -

of seeing that nearly 2,000 enlisted ''Air Station, Miami. Air Force the nation. Make your homeland
(
/ ty )personnel ate fed balanced] Training (Center MiamI. and ell : neighborhood a safer place tolive
'
R appetizing meals three times daily transient ships.Laying .
by being a conscientious observer -
As commissary officer Comdr. y
of the simple preventive'
Sttoud has been handling food
measures emphasized by Fire Pre
L problems for the Navy since 104-!! : Plans vention1'eek posters and demonstration -
Before that he was a testauian- .
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k he owned his own restaurant: and *
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A hydrographic filii' t'Is. alreadyundet
I practiced law on the side. of
way by the Army Corps
Now for some news on our Supply -
Feeding the Navy seems at that Engineers, who have started taking )
glance an appalling task. Bread poundings at Mayport. Authorization Keglers recently ol'gllnizl'd'foul.man

must be baked in 500 pound lots. of the survey was! received four-team league. Out
is lined in kettles BUlf'IIU' of the nine games rolled, Hawkins
Soup holding from the Yards! andI
holds the record for a single
60 or 80 I gallons. Docks, Navy Department in game
1'It.d 'l'aIt''I't'htt'CI'Thl. I i Washington. (!high of 1561'ilkins: passes Gun-

'. Navy cook 'book contains |I It is anticipated the entire May. 1 del of Inventory to gain high
game set with a total of 485:
, the same Information as flnr.SamplE' I I port project, which has been uppermost pins
for three
The Electronics
menus the Importance of in the mind of the Navysince games.:
: tt'ap1ls'in trout, having won 6 and
vitamins substitute foods are NAS Jax was commissioned
lost 3. It's not too late
found. In fact the book is subject \ 110 years! ago will take about twoI to join
one of the four teams which bowls
to petiodic overhauling and I I I years to complete, if no further

L bringing up to date by the experls ,,, hitch occurs. Jacksonville can ht regularly seven each1'ednesday o'clock Southside night
at
of the ngtion's. food processor boast of one of the Navy's; largest alleys,

HONORARY .1\IARIN.R-I'dr. Jim English! left, presentsLt. a. and most Important air stations on
John Wilscke of Fleet Air Wing Eleven: staff with his honorary i The one in use now was compiled either coast. .
I in 1H4.( On October 26-27 I -
sub-mariner card. Lt. Wilschke earned the honor the hard way
.. with a tour aboard a sub during maneuvers. a task force of the food experts "I know a place where women :SlTI'LV }::1.110n"o; : : \'IToo:

---- will invade the station for the .don't wear anything except' maybea -Congtatulations! ] to Francis R.
purpose of giving a new spice to string of beads once I In a \\ hlle." Gardner newly elected member to

I Lcdr. Chase the old recipes* "Gee. where ?" I board! of Directors Civilian. Em-

Just as Mom too, test-tastes her "Around their necks, stupid!" !Ij.loyees Association.

dishes before' putting them on the Uncle Sam has called Donald J.

: New CO Of table, po Comdr. Stroud, and his 1st Con : "What are '\'ouln for ?" Cready, Receipt Control, to active

able assistants 1 John Sidotski, 2nd Con: "RocUIn1my wile tosleep. duty in the Air Force, We hope

1 CSC and Fred Thompson CSC. ." the recovery of Mary Robinsonwill

Fasron 109Lcdr. test-taste all foods prepared in 1st Con: "But they can't can be soon, as she has been missed -
the galley. The daily menus aregiven you for that." for seveial weeks now in theRf't'i1't

William E. Chase has an added fillip by giving all 2ncl Con "You should have flf'f'nthe Control Section Lode GuyN.

Thursday, October 12 taken over his duties tts commanding rooks an opportunity to plan them. size of the rock." Stroud Commissary Officer, isI

s Singing wheels club. transportation officer of Fleet Aircraft I a patient at the Naval Hospital I
.
to the rink. In the club Bingo Service Squadron 109 relieving The Payroll Section extends a
and bunco and prizes.Informal Lcdr. Steven Corneliussen. who welcome
e partners hearty to Thelma Conner,
I dancing! had temporary command of the back at work after having hada

I }'rl< Comdr. Francis T. Butters
a 2(*iO Polka, brand. new polka earlyi tox is glad to be back also alterseveral
I. records, instructors,, Television. i in September. nil Nt weeks of illness.

!Saturday, October II I Lcdr. Chase, who assumed his Late vacationists Include Sally

Open house, ping-pong and shuf-. i new post here on September 28 Gardiner back from Washington,

fleboard2000, Saturday night in ceremony reported from NAS i.nd Franceil Schooler, heading fora
lance music by Raymond Gage Corpus Christ! where he was assigned week at the Capital.

Jr.. and his! orchestra. I I as Training Operations TIIOI'( IlT colt THE tVERX:
l October 15 [ Officer of yP (L) ATU 12.
Sunday<< : I When you play, play] hard, when
OWKT to J200, Java hour. 1SOO.VufJet i i A native of Altoona, Pa. he has you' work, don't play -at all.- -
1930, around the in the since 1929
supper. .served Navy 'Theodore Roosevelt. _
piano: table] games and television. and is no stranger to these partsas j I ..--. .' -
Monday, October 16 he has been stationed at Cecil I ,

. Bowling club, transportation Field, Lake City and Sanford. He I 0 & R Performers To
,
'" and partners. In the club Ulevlpicn has seen service aboard the USS

j and informal (lancing.'I'nesday Wake Island, USS Kearsage, at | Treat Korean Wounded

October IT" ''Norfolk. FAB Coco Solo, NAS
2of O. Dance classes, easy to San Diego and NAS Pensacola. 2 I A onphour'Briety talent show
learn steps, instructors.' will be presented for the benefitof
relieved Lcdr
by
U'tiliM-MU.Vt' (k-tober 18Chridy Upon being the Korean casualties at the
Corneliussen will become
Lcdr.
makin' and corn j-r>pj>in. Chase. Naval Hospital Monday eveningby
officer of Fasron
executive i INgLi2 aJjd
a select group of Overhaul
109 in which capacity he served
Repair department performers.
ThecdreGuide since November 1949. Included in the group of singers,
-
-'
; OHobw: 14 (comedians and dancers are Fred-
"Saturday, !!
i
-Paid in Full" Robt. Cummings P / Idie'Mitchell.I ) ,RMSN. ringer c If

"Sunday, October 15 .. .. popular 'songs, ; Sharon Curry, Imitator
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Wm. Lundigan : Zoe Ann Rhode, talented
"I'll Get By"
.. COMMANI-Lcdr. Steven Corneliussen dancer, and Victor Waaner conic
.... October 12 Monday, October 16 | CHANGE-OP- (center
"The Thursday Hugged ,Q'RJordaJUi"... "Four Days L '8ve" Cornel Wilde in temporary command of Fasron 109 since early -September, gives' tely act

...' .._.AuatraliaA, Cast TW A \\'tod., OH, 17-18 squadron personnel the once over before turning over the reins of The phow will be -m-ceed by
Friday,. October ]3.". ; "Wcrnan on' the Run' I I he squadron to Ledr. William Chase, left Lcdr. Chase assumed I Tommy Tucker genial: announcer
< ...". ,Ann command of Fasron 109 Sept %8. from radio station WPDQ.
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r R two successive defeats at the hands of two crack ;i

R vastly superior college aggregations hanging hard over their ,

? heads, Jax Navy Fliers will attempt to get back into the win '"

\ column when they tangle with the ever-ready Leathernecksat Ii'

L Parris Island Saturday afternoon .
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Early season performances of
With Doug Huggard I both the teams are about equal left guard post; Joe Owens, 205
; Baseball bowed its way out of the 1950 sports scene last thus neither goes into Saturday's pound center, who has been art'g'Ular
r tilt a favorite. The Islanders absorbed starter this and Mike
:week with an anti-climatic series-football exploded with a year
a 56-0 walloping from a
Norman, whose passing and running -
bang across the nation as favorites toppled like tenpins before clever Citadel eleven and took the sparks the Fliers' attack,
growling underdogs and here on the local scene the sta- short end of a 20-6 count against are the four regular starters ready ..
; tion Intra-muial sports program swung into high gear, Cherry Point while Jax Navy lost for Saturday's game. I...
to both Miami Freshmen and
Frank Intra-mural director Mcknight will replace injured -
McCaffrey, sports reported Stetson and scored a win over Ralph
" :, that as a whole there has been a good response to the call for Corry Jack Duncan at left end
Field.Marines Walt Conrad gets the bid for left
; competitors in intra-mural sports but that some departments Strong tackle, Jim Carnes will see serv-
',' have been just lukewarm in their cooperation. Parris Island has a host of re- ice at right guard and John Saun-

! He urged all hands to get behind the program and give it turnees from last year's squad ders fills the right tackle billetin
a. ar4\ which ranked with the best of
f a boost-for that is just exactly what intra-mural sports is service teams, compiling a recordof eleven.the Fliers' revamped starting

I ,1, designed for-all hands. 7 wins and 2 defeats. Sparkingthe
Rhodes, who was hurt in
; How about it neighbor? You may not be a varsity team Islanders is a duo of half- the Dusty Stetson game relinquished the -

candidate but you've got a place waiting for you in intramural perience backs with behind lots them.of football Dick Am-ex left halfback spot to Bud Switzer. .'

! ". sports and y 6u'11 have a lot of fun and help yourself keep brogi, 17p und halfback is a John Bernardi is slated for

. in shape, if you join the sports parade at NAS. former Naval Academy player the call Holston at fullback will take and over speedyBob the<
Boxing Tourney Shaping Up and saw service with the University -
J' I right halfback chores to round outa I
The boxing smoker which is to be held October 31 is year.of The Pennsylvania other halfback squad slot for isoccupied a I, balanced starting backfield 4

shaping up well and promises to be an action-packed thrill-a by Dick Santos, a hard quartet I
minute-mitt fest. Air Group One and Hospital already have driving, hard hitting back who I Probable Starting Line-Up

j ring hopefuls lined up, and Physical Training has a couple of starred with last year's great .
: team. I )14; NAn 1'oz. Parris 1..1 all<1
entries carded for the event. In big Bob Smith the Islanders McKDIRI.t I..t:.. . Ralela
: clever little who baffled Conrad ...L. 1'........ Stevens
Buddy Hudgins, 132-pounder have of the best ends in '
> one ...
Kent .,.. .. .1 ,(;. ..... fleott1leatrlee
Johnny Rustick of Green Cove Springs in last month's smoker PASS SNATCIIER-Sparkling the business. Smith, weighing tlweas ..... .. .C. .......
both on offense and defensefor 200 pounds, held down a regular Carne .. .. .R.G....... KreamlOP
to win the and Freddie Farr who shows
featherweight go the Fliers In their first three berth at the Naval for "Saunders .. .n.T........ StewartCminers ,
Academy .. +...... ,... filmlth
great promise, will be on PT's card for the evening. encounters, end Mike Ciminero, four years and was a standout on Normsa/ R.1:.Campbell I
The purpose of the smoker, other than to afford some Niles, Ohio flash, is ready for the Quantico All-Navy teams of Switzer :: .::?::t.:.::::: Ambr. 4Holston .
action .. .R.II.. ..,.... "Kantor' rnernardi
the Parris
against
entertainment is line more 1948 and 1949
for station fans to
rousing fight up l .. .I',II.. .._.... Kaiser I
Island Marines Saturday. Cim. In the center of the line is a II
j some potential power to represent Jax Navy in the All-Navy
inero snagged four of five aerials stalwart .two-jear guard Bob I
meets coming up and perhaps find some talent for next year'sGolden against Stetson last week. Scott, who consistently turns in a I
Gloves. Fine game-and teams with All-
From the size of things now, it's a good bet that Jax Marine center Tony Beatrice to Fort Banning
Navy will be well represented in the All-Navy fights. Bowling Begins smashes.smear line bucks and off-guard

Swimming Pools Close From end to end the Islanders' Tilt CancelledThe .e.
I The crispness in the early morning air has brought more With 12 TeamsIn line is big and rugged and witha Fliers grid schedule has -

than football weather to Jacksonville-it has brought about shifty backfield quartet the been lessened by one game with 1
the closing of all outdoor swimming pools as of October 15. I Two LeaguesKeeneyed Leathernecks pose a real threatto the cancellation of the Fort
opponents. Benning game, scheduled for
The indoor pools will open Saturday so that water enthusiasts Injuries Hurt Locals Nov. 19.
;won't miss their daily swim. keglers sent tenpins I Jax Navy, hard-hit all year with The Georgia Army post has j
flying as they pried off the lid of to players will fielda
Football Prediction injuries key dropped football for the 1950 J'
Haven't any point system to judge and predict football the 1950 Intra-mural bowling j revamped starting line-up for season, due to the Korean crisis -
tournament race last Monday eve
the Islander fray. Only four starters -
thus necessitating cancellation -
scores with but just by observing the local team would like ning. of last week's Stetson game of the game. To date no
I to go out on a limb and predict-Jax Navy by at least 14 Two leagues consisting of 12 will be on the field when the kick- replacement has been announced -
points over the highly touted Parris Island eleven on Satur- teams each centered in the off begins. and more than likely the
day. tournament which will wind up Mike Ciminero, whose consist- Fliers will enjoy an open dateon
regular play December 15. The fine at end has won
ently game that day,
Despite two decisive defeats in past weeks the Jax Navy record turnout of 24 teams has him a permanent berth; Gordon
Fliers aren't down and out, rather they're determined to show crowded the schedule and matches 4

that statistics are funny and you can't depend on them when will be held five nights a week Hot Chase .
Nartu Leading
the chips are down. with each team completing 22
matches before the season's endThis
'" Fishing Fun week will see the tenpin .
Seems someone built a brand new wooden small boat busters shooting for game aver- In Touch Football LoopNARTU's

launching ramp off the seawall back of the enlisted men's ages and handicap ratings under touch football six barely squeezed past a fighting hospital
barracks that doesn't fit the bill too well. competitive play.In aggregation last week in a 15.13 thriller to remain tied for
At least one chief petty officer is a little doubtful about the kickoff matches Monday first place in the intra-mural touch football competition with two

the whole thing after a mis-adventure he had with it. last early night 1 Personnel lead in the jumped American to lea-an wins and no losses. -- -

Saturday. An ardent fisherman, the chief was set for an aft- gue with a 4 pin win over PT Finding the going a little easier I ternoon I

ernoon of fun when he drove his boat trailer onto the ramp Golf Course bowlers and First Lt. VA-15 racked up a 24-6 win over I Swinging into the fourth week .
in order to launch his boat in regulation fashion. keglers picked up 3 points in the FASRon 6 to tie NARTU football for top of the tightening schedule VF-22 ,
win over VF-14. spot in the infant touch
Bingo! The trailer went kerplunk off the abrupt end of The National League hardwood season's opening games. Supply and Hospital will kick off Mon
the ramp and the chief almost didn't have a trailer. As it was hitters( began their season's play chalked up a win on a forfeit by day night, Supply and VF-li
it took him many hours of sweat, tears, and curses plus the Tuesday night when VF-11 and Ordnance and Gunnery and VF- will match prowess on Tuesday '
while the Marines and FASRon ;
help of three or four spectators and the combined pulling VF-13 tangled; VP-3 and FAS- 22 snagged their first victory of -
the season by beating VF-12, 20( 0 share the spotlight Wednesday
ron 6 enlisted men for high score
power of two cars, to rescue his trailer and boat. to afternoon.
and Marines took on NARTU.
Wonder if anyone knows what the ramp is really for? 6.Going into the third week of VA-15 and NARTU get a
Teams represented in the tour- chance to forge ahead Thursday
More Support For Team play the standings find NARTU
This learn of decision to ney this year are: American and VA-15 deadlocked for top afternoon when the two leaders
corner was happy to the play League, Personnel, VF-12, First
tangle in a which might
:' Tax Navy's Fliers remaining home games on the station Lt. VF-14. CPO, Op Flight Line, spot with while 2 wins FASRon and 6 no and losses Hos. possibly leave game just one team at

rather than in the Gator Bowl. It was a wise move to bring NARTU Marines, PT Golf Course, pital apiece are 1 and 1 and both Supply the top. PhotoLab and Ordnanceand
the games back to the people who they are played for. Supply and S-3 FASron O & G 6, O Officers.& R Officers and VF-22 are on the credit side Gunnery will battle down to

Not only will it mean greater convenience for the fans of the ledger with 1 win and 0 the wire in the week's finale.
''I National League: VF-11, VP-3, losses. Ordnance and Gunnery, Incomplete statistics returned .. a
but it will directly increase the number of rooters for the
Marines, NARTU, VA-15 FAW-
VF-12, and Operations Photo Lab by teams entered in the volley-
home team. There is not a team in the nation that can give 11, OpA vTraininl:, VF-13, Com- haven't broken into the win col. ball race place FASRon 6, last
its best performance without backing from followers and FairJax, O & It enlisted men, umn and trail the field with 2 years champions, in first place
fans. The attendance at the Corry Field fracas was pretty FASron 109. 6 enlisted men and FAS I losses each. with 3 wins and 0 losses-while

slim for a station this large. A great deal of the trouble was ron I I Both NARTU and VA-i5 put NARTU trails them by 1 lossNARTU's -

that people just couldn't make the trip to the Gator Bowl College they their engage standings Supply on the and line Opera when Ron 0.Plans. single loss was to FAS

and so missed the game.Radio. I WPDQ (ABC) ((600) Michigan tions Photo Lab respectively in have been made to pro
vs. Army from Yankee Stadium what should be bang-up ball vide more complete Jax Air News
1:45: p.m. games this week. NAHTu and coverage of the station's intra
II" Grid Log I WMUK (CBS) (1460)) Cross Supply bucked heads Monday af. mural sports and future editions
country football round-up, 2:30: ternoon and VA-15 and Photo- will carry more complete stories
,'. Heading the list of football urday afternoon: Here's the week: pm.VAIRK. Lab locked horns the last eva- with picture of some of the many'
clashes this week-end is the con end's radio log \ FM-Georgia vs Mississippi ning. VF-22 battled Ordnance and intra-mural touch football, vol ;:
test between Army and Michigan i High School State, 1:55: p.inUMHK I Gunnery who was seeking its leyb2U.golt .and bowling meets. ,
which will be carrief by two WJIIP ((1320))-Thursday, Andrew TV-Michigan vs. Army, first win on Tuesday and the Ordnance and.Gunnery lost to I
local: radio stations. Fans can tune Jackson High vs. Plant High of 1:45 p.m. Marines and Hospital tangle to O&K but we ic but beat VA-15 to
in on all the big games by dial. Tampa, 8 p.m.; Friday, Lee WJIIP (MBS) (1320)) Auburn night. FASRon 6 end VF-12 wind r eod.* vi ti|*'Md but a singly

x ing; local radio stations any Sat High vs. Miami Edison, 8 p.m. VI Florida, 2 p.m. up this week's play tomorrow aj.:. .L. ,-' ..;.-'*'s record.i J


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An out-classed Jax Navy eleven battled Stetson University Hatters to a standstill in

4, 4 the first quarter of last Saturday's game in DeLand but the locals faltered in the remain-

I ing frames and the odds-on favorite Hatters rolled up a 55-0 victory.

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Using a two-platoon system alized 124 yards in the first half, ters poured it on the tired Fliers -
e with plenty of strength on the four pf the penalties were for clip Brilliant all-around end play by
bench, the highly favored Hatters ping and cost the Hatters 60 rugged Mike Cimlnero who caught ,
r scored almost at will in the sec- yards. 3 out of 5 passes and bruisingline
ond, third and final periods as No Score In First play by little, but rough Gordon
the Fliers, with shallow reserve Late in the fourth quarter the Kent bolstered the Navy for-
strength, tired in the face of the Fliers made their only serious ward wall time after time and w,
bruising play. Stetson was pen- touchdown bid aa Bob McKay, quarter back Mike Norman's pre-
Navy tackle, recovered a Hatter cision passing and hard running
I. fumble on the Stetson 20 yard posed a threat for the topheavy
STETSON-FLIERS ACTION- line. Navy moved to the four favorite Stetson eleven.
. Completely outmanned, plus- when Stetson drew a 15 yard pen-
who in the
Dusty Rhoades, later
being shackled with an Injury alty for roughing the passer and
was sidelined with a head
riddled lineup, resulted In JaxNavy's then with paydirt beckoning, fum- game
defeat injury, kt\':ked off for Navy and
second
straight bilitics hit the locals and the Hat '
at the hands of a college unit, ters took possession on their own Stetson failed to advance the ball
consistently as the first frame
as Stetson blasted the Fliers, 7 to end the scoring threat.
55-0 last Saturday. In the top settled down to a see-saw battle 4
Big gun in the stetson back-
photo, quarterback Mike Nor- field was halfback Fulmer Arm- Score Early In Second yi
man is stopped cold by Stetson tH strong who romped home with Midway in the Initial period the
right end Tambu, while ,Martin three of the Hatter's TDs. Full crowd came to its feet as a Stet
.... (80) helps out. Guard Bob 1 back Charlie Broadway, left half- son back broke loose and raced 55
Saunders throws a nice block at ti a back Fred Hogan, Johnson and yards for a tally but a lag was
a Stetson player, but to no Parrish teamed up to tally Stet- down on the play and Stetson
avail. Flier Halfback Paul Sim- son's other counters as the Hat- drew a 15 yard penalty for illegal _
monds picks up a few yards be- use of the hands.Determmed .
fore being brought to earth by I to get in th,a scoring '
Jim McLeod ((40) and Jack column, the Hatters launched ,
i -' Lonsinger, on the right. Gridmen To Play a down field drive that culminated j

i when halfback Fulmer Armstrong
Remaining Home slashed off tackle for the Hatters' 1
4-Ball first TD early in the second qual'ter. ..
I Play -31 pi ..XF Tilts At Station S ,',
Don Martin, who last year was I
Friday 40 Jacksonville Navy 4 two remaining second in the nation in point con- 1
Opens home football games versions with38 out of 40 tries, .

'. A ,good number of leading contenders for the 1950 season will be booted the extra point. Martin .

I ) who apparently are not Vp.3 played here at the Naval Air split the uprights and 7 straight misseda times
superstitious about the Friday Supply StrengthenHold during the fray barely .
13th kickoff day for the 4-ball Station, on a gridiron being clean sweep by inches as his kick
golf tournament, have already readied opposite the CFO bar- for the last Hatter touchdown was '

,I signed up and with more entries 1 racks on Yorktown avenue, officials deflected by the wind.

I coming in each day the prospects On Links Loop Lead have announced. powerful Within Stetson a matter eleven of minutes made the the ,.
: for a slam-bang tourney are very
I bright Naval Air Station football score 14-0 as halfback Charlie

Entries who are expected to I Leading the American League in the Intra-mural golf tourna- teams have used the Gator Broadway raced 50 yards took to a hit Navy paydirt.punt and

how well in the no-handicap ; ment with 20 points, Supply strengthened its hold on to first place Bowl stadium, known previously Fighting hard to get into te

(,.. championship flight are Bill Baker bypicking up 4 points over Operations and VP-3 divot diggers blast- as Jacksonville Municipal game Buddy Grimes, Jax Navy's
and Stu Reed from Green Cove Stadium, for their home i
: ed a 2-point win over Fleet Air Wing 11 to maintain their slender games 265 tackle recovered a Stetson
Springs, Bob Wallace and Bill since 1944.Officials. fumble but the Fliers mired down
1 Chase who play for VP-3, and H -polnt lead in the National League. have also announcedthat and failed to advance. The Fliers

Cecil Field entrants Wright North Bill McWllliams and John Ad- concession stands! operated threatened again when flashy
and Fred Barton. teamed to 2'/4 the league are CAG-1 golfers who
ams up garner by the Navy Exchange, Mike Norman snagged a Hatter
I Weiss points for Supply winning 5 up scored a big 7 points over FAS- will be set up to handle thirsty aerial and raced 30 yards before
Higher handicap teams that over the Operations combinationof Ron 6. Bill Hammett and Walt' and hungry fans during the they downed him.
J have already entered are Commander George Chalmers and Earl Mitchell won 6 up for 3 countersover two remaining .home games, Backs Hun Wild
Porter Bedell and Joe Brooks. FASRon's players Lee Sat- against Patuxent River on oct. Stetson retaliated with a 15 t
Williams and Captain Allen Smith Trailing Supply by 6 points in tcrwhite and Mike George. 21 and Eglin Field, Oct. 28. yard touchdown pass from quarterback ,.
with Chuck Fonvielle. American the defend- Johnson to halfback ;,
teamed the League CAG-1 and Green Cove Springsare There will be absolutely no Bill :
Enlisted personnel entered in the ing champion Hospital team tied for third spot in the loop admission to the remaining Fred Hogan to make it 21 points H
tourney with a handicap of 25 are racked up a healthy 8'/4 pointsto with 22 points. The golfers, from home games and the public is for the Hatters as half ended.
and Red Cranston and boost their total to 14 duel In
Don Flynn Big GCS walloped ComFairJax: to the cordially invited to attend. A passing developed
will be represented by in the attack stanza and both Mike J
Hospital guns Hospital were tune of a hefty 10 points Red Temporary bleachers are being the. third
Captain Guy Stahr and Frank Captain Guy Stahr and Frank Embers and Joe Donohue teamedup erected at the new site. Norman, Flier quarterback and a
Lusk while Dr. David Hendersonand Lusk who swept their match to Hatter aerialist Bill Johnson were
to win all nine holes from Dick
Dr. Bill Rusk will swing the win all 9 holes from Bill McDowell hitting the bullseye with screen
who the match
McHugh, played
clubs for the Dispensary. and Joe Jackson of Medical Hartman and Joe Barton over passes and flanker tosses. .
himself for the Staff when his
by ated with a 1'a point win by Hank
Entries for the tournament close and Dental. Halfback Armstrong returnedthe
partner failed to show for the
up Bill Harlow and Charlie Young.
today and play will begin tomor- VP-3 Leads National game to the ground when ho
row afternoons and the first round In third place in the American game. ComFalrJax is still in the run- waltzed around the Flier's left end
of the tournament must be fin- with 10'/fc points is PT and Fourth in the league Is NARTU j ning with 8>'a points and VF-62 for his second tally and Stetson's
loop with 20 counters after a tight' Is In front of the staff golfers
ished, by Monday sundown. Welfare who garnered 4 points : fourth and the Hatters' vaunted
match with Cecil Field in which with 7 points which they scoredall
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-- attack rolling
A fine scoring
over the O&R aggregation. '
NARTU 1 point the last
picked up only at one time over
39 by Don Middleton and Red and Cecil Field scored 2}11 roints.NAHTU's place Marine team Joe Morer again.
Won Stetson scored each time It getthe
Blind for PT ,
Bogey Cranston won 2 points
,
Don Howard team of Jack Piva and and Phil' Derker paced the VF-62 ball in the third quarter and 1
over O&R's golfers, Sam Bledsoe won 2 up for 1 point attack with a 6-up victory over Hani 68 touchdown run
Bill yard
By Andy ConnorA and With John their McMahon.loss to Supply the over Tom Helms and Smoke Grif- Don Burkhart and Julius King of was the longest individual scoring j
f. fin and Cecil Field golfers retali- the Marine aggregation.
near-record turnout of 32 Operations golfers dropped to ... ----- ---- sprint of the game.
competitors for last week's Blind fourth place in the league with a Unable to click either in the

.. '. Bogey tournament on the ocal total of 9 points and edging themis air or on the ground a stubborn J
,
44 links saw Andy Conner post a neat Public Works and Communications 1-------------------------- j Navy eleven relinquished the ball.
j 81 with a chosen handicap of :5 to with 7 points. Public Works to Stetson on downs and Arm
hit the par 76 right on the head, divot diggers Ed Foster and John strong slithered off left tackle to

in the first kicker of the meet Sullivan won 5 up over the Ad. Sports fans down at NA- compiled a series batting av- chalk another big six points up for
and the Stetson aggregation.
team of
Andy turned in a neat one over Building Graystrum
RTU Jax have been wav- erage of .625. Speedy' Bill Johnson changed his
par on the outgoing leg and a 44 Roy Mattile for 2ft points. .
on the backside to tally his win- Medical and Dental and O&R ing their banner at high The world series is a thingof pace and on a fake handoff rounded .

ning 81.Captain. are evened up with 4>4 points mast now that their prote- the past now somethingmost Navy's left end and streakedfor ',
:
sixth and good baseball fans had the Hatters' seventh tally to
the
J. C. Early and Bill apiece to tie for spot
Foulk shared top honors in the Administration is the sole occu- ges have won the Sports rather forget. We may switch open the third quarter. Paul Sim- .
second kicker with a picked par of pant of the cellar spot with !1/4 Quiz contest two weeks in back to questions on baseball, monds' fumble on the 28 and the

* ... 80. Captain Early posted a 95 with points. a row, but that should not from time-to time, but for the Hatters' recovery set the stage for
r' I a chosen handicap of 15 to give In the tight National Leaguerace discourage other sports- most part, the quizzers will the final TD, when Parrish, Stetson
, : him par 80 and Bill went around Fleet Air Wing 11 won a concern football. substitute back, smashed
'* in 83 with a handicap of 3. 2%-2 match against VP-3 to men in hunting for thisweek's This week's quizzer is rather through the Navy left side to ..
A consistent winner In the Blind crawl closer to the league lead- answer, art easy one, If you follow mark the end of the Stetson scoring -
Bogey tourneys, Captain Charles ing VP-3 team. Bob Taylor and Lt. (jgj Frank Coghlan] of football at all: ppree.
Dittmar evened up the third kicker Bob Wallace teamed up to win NARTU was the first to pro- "Name the team that comprise STATISTIC" < :
with Bill McWilliams and Bob 3 up over VP3's Bill Chase and vide the correct answer' to last the recently re-organlzcd Jax Nally MeUon J C
Bond at a picked par of 74. Cap- Charley Weiss to help boost sec- week's query, "What baseball National Pro Football League." First downiRushing 6 13
: ::; 103
tain Dittmar negotiated the course ond place FAW-ll's total to 23%. player has competed in the most The first correct answer to yardage yardagePasting ,, .96 7 353: ,
in 88 and chose a 14 handicap, Leading the National loop with world series"7 This same man the question wins a free full Passes attempted ... ,16 34
McWllllams posted a fine game of 25 ,points VP-3 garnered 2 pointsIn holds the highest world series course meal at the Civilian Passes, completed .. ,10 7
76 with a 2 handicap and_ Bob the match with FAW-11. Steve batting'average, what is it?" Cafeteria. Bring in your ans Punt Passes Intercepted.. .. ... S 1 4 0 .
l Bond hit, an 80, and, rl t+osp ,w,12. ; Cornelusissen! and Bill Wilschk The correct answer to that wer to the Jax Air News of- Punting"average" :::: :.27 ,40 't;
handicap. ',. ,..,. .* ">, IrOJ scored 3-up over the second-place one is none other than George fice, room 125, main admin Yards penalized .. ,. .26 124
Steve lend captured'th. longest contender's team of Tom Lu knd Herman "Babe" Ruth, who ap- istration building, or call extension tumbles lost ,.:..:.:..:..:':',' 2 I t:1 f
drive pfjze for, the 'weekyard : 'Walt Marshall for 1% count- peared rin 10 world series and 216. SCORE BY rtRIOUH" ,
in' a I' ''IIf'tw1t = era.' ;Tn Navy ........., 000 I b
...,( ... trong contenders for honors in Stetson ............. 0 21 ''21l 13-55 '

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1- Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS 12 October 1950



t CLASSIFIED ,. Chronological I !
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BULLETIN i c CL Txc (Continued from Page' 3) l

I Srh...l hold flrat ....1....
7 April 1''+lt- -
Hut RENT: I Jai Imoavllle area ..nlgn.til ...r*
1RM. 4508 College St.. Mrs ....,..lid plunea, makingJa. (: N.. lplane
capital
Newan Ph. 8-6634, 13: April, 1944Mrtsna. -
FURN House in Lakeshore 4620 Nara. largent flying: bar
Beikenhead Rd.. Mrs. Rhodes I rvs to laird here. bringr ronli.gn.tor
C'.rrl..r1 lr Group 11 Iron Meatoaal 'I
I'URN 3-r'm. apt.. 4422 Shawnee (' .

St. Mrs Nichols Ph. 23226. S ".r, IHItI !-
"xx' Midway fleet alriraft rarrlei ..
bediooin home. fuin, 15:' 30th
Kip a lit plait JUT, docks at "YI..rC.
Ave., South, Jax Beach 4079 r IH Mat, 11 ItHe '-
,r Admiral (aMn T. llurglfleaten
r Mis Cone
.:.I. past ..r C'ohllll..d..r. Sleet .tilJav
7-RM House In Avondale. references I to liHiiinie Drpulv C'NO, < Sir).

Mis Akel. 29102. I H.Mat' ltd-
NAVY Wife would like to share "hnii' Your Navy mpimlum" held
here, featurlnf high Navy oftiiluU.
home with Navy couple MisSpleter 6 June, mil-
:" 8466 New York Ave. : # o vo t> Hrvt group of 'MldKhlpinen arrive
Orange Paik aboard 6 June, 1411-
WOULD like couple to share mv : "ollldr. orter >'. Hedell avaunie ilytiea t

J"* home Mrs. Doiman Ph. 23808. w. Y S .. rxirullt* Ufflrrr, N.Ax. ft*
lie\e ( onulr. Fred ltrui.liID r
2.RI1'UI'l1.. apt.. 2326 Park St., "
Jun., IH1Hthetrolrt -
I Mi Shepheid In Navy )(..II..t drawing
i WANTED couple to share home :It June, 1H41-.
Carrier .Sir ; 8 aboard
Group
in :Murray Hill 4758 Polaris St.. IT.x.x. Midway, fur t weeks gnea. trainingJl 4
;a Mis Beauchamp. Ph. 23758. I. June, 1'49-! s
,. FURN Run. and use of kitchen h ('.1.1. Frank '1'. "'.1'.1' C...... aver ..
thief .f xiaff, Sleet Air Jax rellev.ln .
2737 Vernon Terrace, Mrs Edwards ."' ( C'.I.t. (hurlei 1. I....
Ph. 2-4449 \ II July 1919-
FURN. Apt., 114 12th Ave So.. 'i; Near Adir.1. J..II. .'rssudy lakes.
\ aver a* I nntnianrter, hirer .Atr Jai,
: ,
Jax Beach H. Duval Ph. 2.5986 .' : 14 July, I1C9h.k."III.! -
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( (uunril .
f RM. and Bath Murray Hill 4660 Itjr rem e
.... rent rontroli. despite Navy appeal
.'
: Astral St, Mrs. Zollezrt, Ph .,. ." 14 July, 11119-
2.4931. High Navv otidalslut ".'I>..rC ..

FURN Duplex 2 bedims, 2874 '.i: { nlnty proponed prujei.
\. > : .
I I tugimt. Hit) -
Olga Place. Mis Couy Phone OLD AND Tllfi N"W-Obsl'r-: "Shin' / Sen'Ire "More' U.ury tae ,g-aIn .,
2-099i: effect
3 BI<;Drrn. House. 5214 Transylvania vance of the 10th anniversary II Aoguat 1H4H- _
N\x awarded 'Su, ', rerliflrate .tArhievement
of the station back I
brings memories
Ave, Wesconnett MrsKrait In "sunny, .
and comparisons. A crewis I 1 :Xeptemner. H 4tOne -
FOR SAL}: of Hnrlda'a\ ward b. rrieaaealrikea .
shown above pushing an -infill.M alight damage.
HOUSE Trailer attached 8xlO-ft Av
!xeptemlier. 1441VIMMI --
FF-1 (Grumman
'. screened room Mi Hethcote Fighter) at ,) nqiimlron .f NtKID Jacreielve

r. care 2-9180 or Flight lest O NAS bade in 1911. The Jax Air Norl n.\ I. trophy.
I I xei.leinl.i-r. l !-
and R. ., News staff dug the photo out of I 'fill xiallnn employers dirhargejdue

2 BI:Drm. House 1714 Seta Circle the files and veteran aviators In erunnmv rut.
,
\ Lt. t tjg) J. W. Nickerson, 27 (toiler, 144ft- .
I identified it as the old Grumman Over IS.HOD riinlrlhnted lor xt.tl.ia "
Ph. 2-0215. l. I ommunitv- (heat
I MI-KU.\MA fighter. In contrast Is theslf'ek IT Nu-ember. 1! 4Srlrat -

I RIDE Wanted from Park and jet fighters bottom, which I g. /ttlieeait of five ulage perfnrniani play held., Knit-Sc..

McDuff Mrs Taturn Ph. :Ext i now dot the station scene. I luring Station talent
+ 8110. U Nuvrnbnr* 11.ot-! p
I BABY I f1..11, Jan l..... 1.(MHI per..in-. .
SITTER
Mary Medlin, net In rei.hufile of Navy fnrrea Car _
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I t' Ph 8122 rler .llr Group: R and IJ clued fr ,d..
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S4 Novem.her. 114dvanied *--
: I .\ unit ., 1'1..11.. V In,

I Departments Recall Station.i Progress Supply & Fiscal 11 1 Itereinlier arrive'. 'rune 1944 I'uerU- Kle. ..

Hear Admiral Job ( aaaadtr. Commaniler
Executes Vast Fleet Air Jai leave for
(Continued. From Page 2)) Vta...lagton la Heroine epuly ('NO
lAIrt. Captain Frank T. Ward a.-
was deemed advisable to reduce the departmentto to a high of 1 730 two years later'. Varied Functions ....... I..m..rlr'. '........n... I
Itf January, !*iU--
division status Boats were transferred to
Although the establishment of separate commands !lelertlve. "Service' .Iftri.l.e.. lw.
the Operations Department and rationing was -a Naval Air Gunnery School, Naval Auxiliary I, Of all the Station activities the week. r...,..1'.....e.
discontinued The new Yard division was Incorporated Air Station Green Cove Springs NAAS Supply & Fiscal Department has U January. If.: *-- e

into a Security Department. headed by Cf't'iJo\ It'ld. and later NAAS Mayport and Municipal I probably been more directly affected Meet Air Vi Ing II begin..iernl)..*.
the Officer of the Marine Barracks. rlaal anita arrive.at .
Commanding No.1. : by the and
permitted Independent Public Works expansions contractions January, m -
Still charged with the duties of internal security Departments Construction! and planning for of Naval and Coast 4.ei.II Held gels enter for d..rliv.tfu. .

the Yard Division including the Station these stations continued to be performed by the i Guard activities in the Florida ..

Polite. has a staff of one officer I Lt. George P Public Works forces of N AS. area during the ten years of its 1141 .........,, 19.$00-(
Patterson< 48 enlisted men and 8 civilians. Issuance existence Naval lli.ip.lal ordered e.l .hark UI
World
After War II
the auxiliary stations :>, tied. -
of all passes temporary or permanent were deactivated and placed under maintenance Starting in 1940 with only NAS II Frbrurry,1949--.

;. (such as gate hospital guest and dependent isettated responsibility of the Station Public Works Department I Jacksonville to support. and onlya Rear Admiral .Alfred r:. Montgomer. ) .
at the Yard Office the I lake over a.mounds, Heet Air .
building near
with the exceptions of Green Cove few hundred employees this Jai. relieving-C'.pt. rank T. Ward,
I main gate entrance Springs and Cecil Field These were retained as Department grew to a wartime temporary ti.n.halr Jan.
.
-- -------- -- S MoreS, l 19i1)SIlclad.c! -
separate (commands while Municipal No. 1 was peak of nearly 3000 personnel dour rltanaie. laving

returned to the city of Jacksonville. I supporting thirteen other Naval fond l>rlve, Harbara J.i"... ikxe.Hond .
Public Works In ForefrontOf TIlE S'-ti-ION HICK: DM'AKIMKN'r was: I, and Coast Guard Stations in the queen. .
II Marih. 1115UScrrct.ry\ -
Florida
Of StationThe placed under the cognizance of the Public Works area. ., Navvy Francis S/.lkew.
Progress officers on July 1. 1948 and now forms a! division I FOR :MANY ACTIVITIES: the and Admiral' lorre.t Sherman, I'Nil.
under this department end of World War II meant ear- vl.it VAS.
l Ii March. l 1l1t!
dredging of the turning basin and approach --
channel to the carrier basin at Mayport is Throughout the past decade. the constructionand ly reductions in workload but to n elvlliani cut from Supply lleparlment -

an auspicious beginning for the second decadein planning of all\ Navy projects in this area i the Supply & Fiscal Departmentit Mann pryrnlla2a 1110NAx -.

the history of Naval Aviation, and the Public has been performed by Public Works forces at I was only the beginning of riled. by ('hid .f H..Aer far
Work Department at NAS NAS. The Department currently has maintain many difficult problems incidentto meeting workload a,.kediiled o* repair, .
the ultimate deactivation of a' alrrraflMl .
responsibilities for NAAS Mayport Navy Bulk
This week Public Works officials are meet- Marrh. 1559'd.greosl.nal-
Ing Sixth Naval District officials Army engineers Fuel Terminal and the various outlying facilities most of its dependent activities ( ............,...IU.." ....011...

and architects In planning construction of composed of sattelite fields and bombing targets Receiving ioll-up materials by rut. uf bed .1 Naval Hoapilal I ,
iH iff! .April ltr.Huge -
the basin a project that has been in the minds All previous officer of Puhlic Works have the ,carloads and barge load !Navy (liaritr ('....h.1 I I. ....
ot Navy men since the station was establishedin dreamed of developing Mayport as a curlier amounting to thousand: of tons mesa. tl".II.HI raiaeil from rarnlval
1940: berthing facility But it fall to Comlr Eugene the Department set about the dif 4 vlav' I9'(V-
100) drnpiied from OJtK payroll
Public Works has kept right in the forefront J. Peltier present" Public Works Officer who arrived ficult task of identifying the 4 May II.Neiv -

of the progress of the station since: its inception here in March. 1949. to see that dream realized thousands of items which had Uatporl radar atatlnii) plannedIH .
r been hurriedly by the relatively I May. I'l'.oCarrier .,
The first construction of NAS Jax was packed '
I .Air Group 4 ret.ro from
I started late in 1939 In control then was Comdr Public Works officers for the past 10 years few personnel; remainingat Mediterranean cruise.

C H Cotter, now rear admiral retired officer included : Comdr. C. H. Cotter Sept.. 1919 to the deactivates. The storage of'' 20 Slay" ; lf.ltNAx -

I in charge of constitution and who later became Nov.. 1940; I..<'dr. R. H. Meade. Nov.. 1910 to I these materials pending ultimate hold open house, prriclp.le.(
in parade In oliaervanie of first .Irme.lrone .
I the first Public Works Officer of the station April 1942 : Comdr H H, Thouten, April. 1912( disposition, posed a further problem I D.v

KJI'NK.:. 1941 the Public Works Department to July. 1945; Capt. D. B. Venires. July 1915 to requiring major changes in U: M I H. I1.>i -

I encompassed five main sections administrative April 1946 ; Capt. R. C. Johnson, April 1916 to I Storage plans. ,I I'ol.li. 'of Maviiort.ill aullinriflng project runhlruitlon t
psv.c1
and denial maintenance and power transportation Jan.. 1947; Capt. H. B Jones Feb. 1917 to Aug., I EARLY: IN IH6! a Salvage and hv llouaeII .

i design and engineering and housing! and 1948 : Comdr W. S. Johnson Atig. 1948 to Man. 'Scrap Yard was installed under I June. H'.iV-

real estate civilian employees numbered 400 in 1949; and Comdr. Eugene J. Peltier. March, 1919 the Supply Department tor the I day Ills..onf.>.servl.e' .'......e. C liapUin. hold three.H .

I March of that year a figure that rose steadily to present. purpose of recovering needed I: .I line, I till-
I Captain Itoniila T. .,. ,
------ --- ---- components from stricken aircraftand liar ni.r
riiniinand of NAx Joy. r..1Irving r"|.t. a
for recovering the valuable A. 1. Ma I,' ra111:
t basic metal needed to rejuvenate :
'ii June, I lii)-- .
Commercial industries whkh- had :Naval lluapltil .heil wearily\ .li..a.le.It
.. 131 ....1..
been long denied these products. II June, mil-
Operating on a real Commercial lightningalrike* Jason Hell d,ir.
basis the Salvage Yard returned Ine hN.eliall. r...me. ;Nine NAx pi l.y.
era knoiked ....1-nil aeiim* .injiiri..*.
over $17,000,000 in usable aircraft 3 July. 10.11-

parts to the Navy Supply I "'..I.t.lI" 1 Smith arrive l, like

System, in its first year of operation over I liilv a.. lf.Chief)-.. uf :staff, Fleet Air Ji' *:.

I at a cost of only $9o,000. In I MAX Cenl Held pi*..el MI pr-
its first two years: of operation list nainlc.un....
I July, (If.O-
approximately 10,000000
pounds
J : I (',pt. K ii vn.o ml sharp a.*iime. rmand ....,.
of aluminum and other strategic of N Slt'1.1Jsv' I
metals were recovered and sold I Ingn.t. (1451)N J'
j to Commercial plants; giving the S 10 ...11 I ball team win rity leI g. )
'hnnipiuntlilpNavy. ; .
i'f Government a net return of over : I Sot ual, I9S0-" 11\

f \ $500000 after deduction of all plate (eril Held "...k .e a.vilive I .
,t .lain*.
for the
expenses
recovery
operations
M .\ugiul. It'll: *-
1 Navy plun. I. convert Cecil rM4
This Tenth Anniversary finds Into "mailer jet .lime."
s 31 August IHV! >-
the Supply & Fiscal Department Navy offlrlal ,...,.... hero *. 4hronulnr
t once more on the increase: e. pro. naval prnjert I. Jax are..
II xeplemlier, lfH! >-
LAY PLANS FOR :MVYPORT I'ROJECT-Plans moved forward for the construction of the)1a'llort viding regular logistic supportfor Kearlivalion ., (.e>ril KielJ r.infplete

carrier basin .s officials conferred here this wet'k.t one of the confabs above, are left to thirteen separate activities I ('orodr, 'Car**. HawkiM. In.I .

j right Lrdr Edward R. foster, assistant Public Works officer; Robert I). doedert engineer; Jack and providing limited and *pe* 'I U ntsllad'September'. CC\, 1934- '

Thompson, Sixth Naval District engineer. Capt Walter Fckberg, Public Works officer Sixth Naval cialized support for more than Fit vemela fran ( ..-. ( .** I Aprl" .
District; Comdr Eugene: J. Peltier, NAS Public Works officer; Freeman Horton and rank Bail, :ar- I forty others. With ten years of '"...4nl. >all fleiil" .f., YMk I. .......1... .Vat

chitect.encineen of Bail.llorton .lv ciaes( the concern drawing the plan and Kenneth Wil.rrioer, seasoning, the Supply & Fiscal I Ja etvbee.lN9grvwr. aklprard*.

alSo,1. the same company Department is ready for any' *tn. I Is, f: ,sonic .ih.ht '111wrprva';r .atrrlW

urgency "*t ., pr.j.or,. \,.. F M
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