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Vol 6-No. 32 4 November 1948

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command

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I Fliers And Cherry Point Marines Clash Here Saturday I

, Fliers Shoot

5th Straight

Over Marines

Station football

their sights on the

Point, X. C. Marines
with the neighborly

gunnel's leveling l -

non. The game starts I
under the Gator Bowl
Both elevens will be
four game winning '
only one will have its skein
after the smoke clears,
The Fliers have had '
ing success against their I ; :
opponent In recent: grid I : : ;; :
In 1944 the local: eleven I :
II :
the leathernecks, 33-0. in I
Fliers won again, 26-0,
'46 and, 37-0 in '47. The : ;
necks are stronger this
and will be out to snap this

defeats Spearheading the Fliers I
Sunday will be the '
Anderson, a 180-pound
who has sparked formaNATTC
tories this season, Pat O' I 1
Anderson's understudy, I ::
Mated to see plenty of I = : :
the tailback slot, Head I ;
Jacka will probably round :
backfield with Hop ;
wingback, George Kmnear : ;
back, and Bum 4)r
I handle the quarterback
The Fliers have piled
yards drum the line of ;
in five contests and 289 y "
the aerial route. Only two !I ; I
have scored on the Navy
this season Furl Bragg
I '
out a 12.7 win over the :
the season opener and
collected seven I
week when the Fliers :

affair them ,26.7 in the big :I| j

In the win column, the
trimmed Eglin Field 34-0, ; I !
Christi 18-0, and Parris !I I| :
in addition to last weeks !
Making up the ,I :
I the linkup will be "Chuck" :
and Don Wachenfeld at the I !
f George Kerstein and Ray :
I at the tackles. Bill } I
Oiin Ford at the guards,
Baiksdale. at the pivot postLeading ,
f the Marine "T" ( )
C ,. -- the arrival of Rear Admiral C. T. ly since 1944 Marines are stationed individuals. and units within the
Durbin, who is expected November -,, at Guam and at other Pacific 'laiger organizations, received: h.-
ti Well Done 26. Admiral Durbin is now ', outposts from the Aleutians to the struct ion and schooling at Marine
i r Commander of Naval Air Base'j'i Marianas. In the capital cities of camps in their special fields.'
f"4 Eleventh and Twelfth Naval Districts I Europe, London, Paris, Rome and In addition to the regular establishment -
_. _, __. __11\1\ with headquarters in San Berlin in troubled Palestine, which maintained a
too. y. ds H Diego Calif, When he arrives, there are Maiines high degree of preparedness: the
Iff; Captain Lee will art as hjs Chief 'Marine Heady for Actl >n : Marine Corps Reserve, reestablished -
of Staft General Clifton B. Cates, Com- after World War II, was
.. The new acting Commander of mandant of the Marine Corps, boosted to a strength of more than
1 1I } Air Jacksonville comes to I Io'I'ct said recently that the entire Ma- 110,000 "Citizen Marines,"' Approximately ( -
his duties directly from the joint rine Corps, 86,000 strong,, can be 20,000 of that total
I t C, S. Military Advisory and Plan- alerted and ready for action 'ina I were committed to active duty 4
ning Group in Greece During the few days! ," in case of emergency training during 1948
war be served at NAS Pensacola, He explained that six of every ten In the case of both regulars and
a.s' all officer and executive ofn- Marines are assigned to combat I reserves, the aviation componentshave
car of the USS Charger, as commanding forces kept pace with the ground
I ) : office of the USS Woltiine In the National Security Act of troops in developing that maximum -
; \' commanding officer of the 1917, the Marine Corps was assigned of operational efficiency aol
1 ait i raft carrier USS Hollandia, its traditional I missions, degree of readiness that must b-s
and acting commanding officer of' mainly --to provide fleet marine kept for any emergency
Elect Air Wing 18, TInlan. He forces and organic aviation for .
I graduated from the Naval Acad- service within the fleet, and to
"my at Annapolis in the class of I continue developments of amphib- Call For-
1924: and completed his flight ious warfare as it pertains to
I taming in 1927 landing foices
::' STA'J'i.. I Early exponents ot amphibious -Cub Scouts
Till)'; SUNDAY warfare, the :\1111'11made then
h SCHOOL WILL MIKT: I first landing "> a ship to shire The first organization meeting;
# THIS SUNDAY AT 090:! operation in 1776. when an expedi- of the Navalir Station Navy
tionary force commanded Commodore Juniors
by Cub Scout Pack will get
IN TUB SMAALL I Edek Hopkins: attackedthe underway tonight at 1900 in the
It ('II 1'EL) British at New Providence in Boy Scout Rooms of Building 61)1.
> r-M'y the Bahamas Chaplain S A Muring: has been
CONGRATULATIONS Since that early landing of Marines appointed Cub Scout Liaison Officer
I TO ADMIRAL LITCH, CAPTAIN under Captain Samuel Nich- for N AS. ,
.. MALSTROM AND' I II olas, marking the first time the There are many young boys of
I YOUR SPLENDID TEAM I II American colors had flown over Cub Scout age from eight to 12
I STOP IT WAS A CLEAN, INTERESTING I' foreign soil, the Marine Corps has I years, who are eager to enter th-
It ,. I I SPIRITED, I continued to perfect methods of cubbing; program and all parents
t K\hllOM.: Iir.UKT: : \.vIA\ was wearing the smile of HARD FOUGHT GAME amphibious assault. and devise new of boys within the age limit are
\ victory and satisfaction last week when the station football teamteturned I FORE NEARLY techniques for landing under lire I invited to attend.
home after the big 20-7 Navy Day win over Memphis THOUSAND STOP BE-'I Their specialized training in : Scout official will be present at
N'ATTC, Captain A I, Malstrom Commanding Officer of NAS, left, LUCK FUTURE World: War II enabled them to the affair to explain the cubbing
I I is shown congratulating Lt Comdr. Don Jackie, Head Coach of the :i'l'OP. "get on the beach" of one enemy- program. Movies of Cub Scout ,Activities
squad, upon the victorious Flit>f'9' arrival The local eleven 1 is slated RADM STUMP heM Pacific island after another, I will be shown, anJ u*.
to tangle with the Cherry Point Marines Sunday afternoon at the I
( CNATECHRA thereby paving the way for vic- parents thenwelve w4tt otv *M
ator Bowl
tory Amphibious warfare today the Cub Pack Committee


Page Two JAX AIB NEWS 4 November 1948



YOU written" your Jobhet I SALLfES f NotesNiiRTU
? That isn't a nice way to M I WincjTafkIt .
start off this column but maybe .

It to a good reminder. (As if you I THE LOST UEEKKND .
rrxiM forget!M I Only one more day
The !..NtVHkend" is the title I
and then you can sigh I a sigh of I WELCOME ABOARD. Three of a book which has in turn been
relief. Florence Brown of Personnel new officers have been added toSupply's film.
developed into a popular
says she worked, on here the roster during the last vivid-
whole weekend. And that look on.ft..tty I' month and it's a pleasure to welcome "The Lost Weekend" shows U r"'W4 that. .... ..........1.. full complement very shortly. AIM!
ly and impressively how a weekend .
t this e.lsrm was delayed' week
Harrington's face means them aboard. may be misused with a ruinous M..... .1 leek .f .,... _.rrtB( d... to know this effervescent gentleman
her is near completion.A Our new Commissary Officer, effect on the soul life and t. parr I>.,.. This week's r.l.m. I* ia to believe him. In rivvtatjhe
I hails dented .. OMi-SI. w hl Irk towUde direct the Personnel
general of the Design Lt.-Cdr. G. X Stroiul from Ointo,
survey weekend lost
the homelife. A is VA-J-JI. andKiII... t.., '
Division disclosed that everyone Kingston N, C., originally, but every time man ignores God's FILTHY LUCRE and boat of doing a tw .f oId

Ha been *o involved in writing spent most of his pie-service life commandment: Remember the I The morale of the group catapulted jo .-arst. through his elinie getting .
in Missouri where be studied law fellows to come ia the Naval
his Job Classification Sheet that
i Sabbath Day to Keep it holy! A to new heights with the
i>* one has had time nor the desire -j I at K. C. University, became a weekend is lost when man spends inimitable aid and assistance of Reserve, and second getting lei-
lawyer, and also owned and I lows in the Reserve good positions
to do anything else lonaldTn..r operated
a weekend without worship in the the paymaster. He was as good as
however, has been on leave Kansas City's largest sub. I I through his clinic wjth reecegaized)
Church, without feeding the soul I his word and those back foggies
this week--taking a course in diaper urban restaurant for over 12 years. : business establishments. OWlde
on the bread of life came rolling in to the tune of
changing. Al Holme*+ ha He entered military service in the like a good deal all around.
1 Christian fellowship in praise and "Happy Days Are Here Again
been home all week painting his Amy about nine years ago earninghis prayer. A lost weekend may meana II( SQUARED OFF I TilE WOKD

house. Alice Gibbon has recently sergeant's stripes and almost lost week, for without an or- I The Ordnance Shack reports Now in a more serioua vein- la
acquired a new apartment and is I completing CCS before he was dered life of faith in God, life that Cox and Luke will soon be view of the large number of men

having the time of her life fixingit 'permitted to resign and accepta becomes a mess. A lost week I squared off in a determined, heated who are members of CVLG-P,
up. Mr. Sam Dalhouse is in MIami lieutenant's commission in the might become a lost life. A lost but friendly competition The f V A. 2L and VF-52L now subject
at the present time assistingin I Navy. Lt. C. Becker, the Stores life time becomes a lost eternity I I high man will be chief. Good luck. to call under the Selective Service .
the electrical engineering for Officer, was born in the Lone Star Act of 1948, the following Iftfor-
But "Blessed is he that hears the : Fellows There just ought to be
the Naval Reserve. I State where he attended Texas '! word of God and keeps it." : two vacancies. maUon i* published for their dtrecllon -

We were sorry to hear of the Military Naval College Academy before in enteringthe | Chaplain Arthur C. Boyer. r FLEET TOPICS and guidance
death of the wife of Mr. Kd Gray .. Annapolis, i Since the Congress ha declared
I Ens. Howard erstwhile member
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I I graduating in the Class of 44, the
a former employee of Contract, that in a, free society, the obligations ..
war period found him aboard a I "Princeton. Ensign Frock who of VF, now on active duty and attached -
now residing in Byron, Georgia I Destroyer (USS BRAINE) in : resides with his wife in Jax along to the U.S.S. Midway but and privileges of serving ia

3n Maintenance, E. D. is SoPac and the early peace the Cumberland Road area, expects currently engaged in joint Army- the armed forces and in the ..*

out due to an automobile accident. aboard another DD I USS HOLD- to be a papa by the time I Navy maneuvers, stopped in to renew serve components should be gen
He will appreciate any visitors ER> in the Mediterranean; during you read this.MISCELLANY.. acquaintances and shoot the I erallylhar..d, the Secretary tit
and likes flowers, especially four 'I both duties he was a line officer, I Bobbie Dixon, breeze a bit. He had an F4U-5' Defense has prescribed the regielation -
roses! Sorry to hear Virgil Hill- becoming a Supply officer this Betty Colgan, and Pollyann Scat- : whose new and novel features he for satisfactory service in
lard is out sick, and also that Gilbert after attending the tergood represented the prettiest pointed out with the exuberanceand the latter in order to be exempt;
year Supply
Rallwf1'on' son is in the hospital Officers' School Ensign Frock farmer blacksmith, and coal miner pride of a new poppa. In ad- I from the former. In a Naval Reserve .
with polio. We wish him a of Uniontown, Pa., assigned to Inventory I we've ever seen, on Supply'sfloat I dition to 20 mms and mechanical i Multiple Address Letter .>f
speedy recovery. Gabby King and completed the Acadt"myI I in the Navy Day parade improvements, the plane boasts of August' 6, 1948, it is stated thatsatisfactory

Bo Imntr..f' are a-feuding and a- in the class of '47, attended the Ma William, in the South area, such stuff as arm and foot rests service for exemptiontinder
fussing because King missed the Bayonne, N. J., supply school and I is recuperating nicely from her recent -' and of course, the not-to-be-for- the above act shall include
supervisor's meeting Tuesday the ASO school in Memphis. Another I operation and is fortifying gotten ashtray.It I II a minimum attendance in fortythr..e -
night. Congratulations are in order of his pre-Jax duties was herself for new bouts with her I was with genuine and pro drills AND fourteen days
to n'k re II. He's our new I a year's tour aboard the CV associates upon her return to the found sadness that we learned that annual training duty in an Organized
Housing Clerk. Barbara Faulkneris I fold Charlie fait is currently : LCDK Barnard has orders as an I II Reserve Air Group or Squad
transferring to Cecil Field and I wearing shoes again. i rehearsing the role of Leo in 1 observer aboard the U.SS. Kear- I ron. Attendance at Annual train-
will be missed by her fellow News from the Fire Box--The 1 the Little Theatre's production of"The sage for maneuvers in the North ing duty is required except in c..>e
workers. co-I boys at Number 3 Fire Station are Little Foxes" A million Atlantic "Commander Barney", as an acceptable excuse is presented

There was alight for sore eyes sure glad to see M. I- (Buddy) thanks to Joan Negu', Bobbie Dixon I he is affectionately known among such as sickness.Sickness .
in Transportation this week-- Norton return to work after his! and lick A IV.-k for their swell the members of the group, has!' or injury, causing a ,
Tom Andreii was seen running tonsilectomy. He is the numberone I pinch-hitting columns You'll be most ably helped fashion' and guide temporary physical ,disability I
around in a pair of undersized dish washer at that Station.Ed I readin' their writin' again as i the activities of the group. We when certified in writing: by a
dungarees. Reason: Tom was bending I, Yarborough of Station 1 became : often as your present,reporter can .I take comfort that his absence' will :Medical Officer or by a licensed
over and ripped his trousers :, the proud papa of a 71/t.I prevail upon them !I i be of short' duration, and we take I civilian doctor of medicine, can f
(you know where) It was a grand i pound girl last Sunday. Mother ) DANCE NKWS. Cadle Murphy?!i pride that he was signally honored be made by in a non-drill pay status I

and glorious: Navy Day for Chief and daughter are doing well but :, in Disposal, (nearest phone 8144) I,', with an assignment as an ob- by assignment of equivalentinstructions :
and Mrs C.jlie.. They were presented the father still appears a little has been appointed to corral the servei. as soon as the individual's

with a girl, Carlotta Ann, I pale Capt. N. I- Jordan just re- dope on the costumes for anyone SHOP TALK physical condition permits.It :
born 27 October, 1948, and weighing -i i turned from a five day fishing who might need help. Sadie is Well, it looks like VF is goingto should be noted that satisfactory t
in at 5 pounds and 13 ounces trip. He claims he caught the one equipped to help you obtain jour have a yeoman. Whether he participation in an Organized :
Congratulations: that usually gets away but has no | costume by suggesting what to realizes it or not, lI.u\I1ol1 is go- unit comprises both satisfactory '

We hear that Kill Mnu-oU- hatedto pictures to verify his claim come as, lif( you're stumped for ing to find his services in demand. attendance at drills and satisfactory
come back to Mamsuie cause We don't doubt your word Capt'nbut ideas) where and how to get it Just to add flavor to the course performance of duty, the
that meant getting a haircut and pictures don't lie'! !! made, rented, or borrowed. If a of things, we have another insurance latter to be determined by the in..
-- man in V A, Tom Nooney, formed dividual's Officer.
-- matter of costume is holding you Commanding
back, get in touch with Sadie ; adjutant of American Legion Factors in such a determinationshall
Reservations I Post No 9, and representative of include proficiency in
are now being accepted rating
HEEi1&1 E with purchase of tickets State Farm Mutual, is doing atorekt'.per preparation for advancement in

I See Otis Owens in Correspondence. duties and chores which rating interest displayed, manner ,
AROUND ___ __ I present themselves of doing assigned! tasks, military ,
STATION BANK The new Personnel Officer for bearing, and conduct.

0 & R T.A.l' T\ Hours I that VA the Lt. Bob Cavanaugh, asserts 1

Squadron's recruiting pro- Bill Tilden once played over
I II 11001500Momlay through is in full and confidently -
gram gear games of tennis in one dayback
rl. Di ilnn Eli/A-
> by I Are you sure it is your brother Thursday! I
predicts that it will have a in 1924.
Nth MJM-U.-Well another week you go to see? Does anyone happen 1100-1700-Friday -- --
has rolled by and here I am back to have an old compass and I lOOO-lOO-Saturday
again Gerry Nettles. was kind I some C Rations ? I'd appreciatethe I
enough to do this column for me loan of same. If I ever haveto
last week when I was off work. walk to work 111 be three days .. j
Seems' like more happened in this getting here. J just moved out

fine week than in any three or to lower Slobovia and believe me At the Station nap '.. Rlrmlarham, r.7 y -- .
four other weeks pu't together.We I'm so close to the Georgia line R..d ..4 M..tU Au'... s ( n>waS,17ieep

lost Inspector Frank Delro that wild "You ails" grow along &\ Pr.tesra.e :
to that for higher learning.He the road. 1GSundaSchool 1111!
urge A = :
: "
1045Oneral orjAlp Sr\lce, Chap- t. : "":
has returned to his home in From the Prop shop comes quite lain A. C Boyer, 4. .!) J.I ,.
Wisconsin for a thirty day leave ji bit of scuttlebutt and rumor. Ca'...lia .'
0700 MOM
and vacation before entering college Seems someone told Ilanlman that 0930MassChaplain-- -

to study Electronic Engineering he was hard headed and he didn't S. A Melrlng will officiate

think it was so. Then later on he at both masses.. . .

Well, we had another newsy proved his point by trying to An outdoor Nunnery for mull chit- I
Utter from Bill Meadman over dent a Prop with same skull and dren I i. maintained between 0900 and

there in Japan. He sent some snapshots has been nursing a large lump anda 1200. !

to Huth and Walter Grund- headache ever since. 'AVAL )f()!'>I'ITAI. ('JlArtLWard : ,.
mann. It's good to hear from all Say who is this character who < A-1)
the folks that left us for the lure comes to work looking as dressed rr.te.iaat1004Divine to I
\\ornhlp. Chaplain F.
o: foreign places and travel. I up as Senatorial candidate? Jack D Hewitt. Jr. NOe
Weniten that since he --- .- -
Guess though that Robert II. says was ...
Cook has broken his arm. We loaned out there have been so 1
haven't heard how he was making many new faces added to the Prop Jax Air News No N4TMIN' la

out in some time. Perhaps he's shop personnel that he feels likea Editorial Offices

chasing Geisha girls and souven- total stranger. South Wing, Lower Deck
Wanted Two ehmoos. Barney Bldg. 930 111 1rlt +
irs.Bonnie left ua to go over to the Goat Boy has sold his Telephone Exten.ion-8181: qtr sE ffrrclplurtnK

Personnel. Good hick Bonnie. Pat goats and feels that shmooa are Dan Jami77i .... .... Editor { sP, r ,... ,
Cave baa changed shops again. just what he needs instead. Chef I'achang Sports :'f'I J'7 \. .
Hear that he is back in"the one Weekly Daffynition D.DT Bob Roberts ... .. Staff WriterThe If"
he started from, down in Installation. or m other words, Drop Deed JAX AIR NEWS Ja) published ( '
The way he's been bounc- Twice With thlS parting little weekly at the U. S. Natal Air StatIon :1 .
Jackinmllle, Florida, and printed -
t fetg around !lately reminds us of a word I shall close. See you next commercially w 1th non-appropriated\ ;, -
Mexican. jumping bean. week. You all that ia.1'ersonnel fund at no expense to the goteinmeni .
Camera section ha moved over & Administration by and In compliance with SerNav= Ciicular ,. / -
Letter 4.V1918; dated 12 December: 1945. .
to the Ordnance Shop Careful, I Dot Dlcfcson-Jean Snonberger is C 'pies are distributed Vice of chargeat .' / /. --- (
an you would-b wolves over getting along line after her recent the; Naval Air: Station, the Naval )
I Air IV. rve Training Unit the H..dJ.uart..ra /\l \
l there. Remember that Sadie Haw- operation and expects to be -/1 .
of the Naval Air Advanced (
r kin day is coming soon and you'd back to work in a couple of week, Naval Auxiliary
better get: out your running shoes I I Honey Chile Jones is back up Air :r.fIo. ::i'1ie and the. U. 8
before you* wake up and find that here with us,Tony Fro gale went to Naval Ho pltal. J1F. ..

those wolf whistles you toss ,I Miami last week-end and took a The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member .fth ;
around so freely have started to few days off besides. Sound a* if Ship Editorial' Association and

backtire.Smedley, I he had a good time th* Armed Force of material Press. Service.from these.Rtpiodortion Fioin /N.tun.I S..I ftiv" News

ba that lock in his | Kose t ha'hy went down thestate source must bear a credit line: RepvfctteatMm Published b>' ,
last week-end te attend *f other matter, except byer
eye aain. Gates bell tie wanting a
The NUonJ Council)
I without ,
pvMlmtlMM *
i to start for another week end in t wedding. Never ww anyone wexnted. > 'k''r of Frillni prtMbltrd.TAX AIR
"M sml (o ce hit brother again. NKWS



4 November 1948 SPORTS JAX AIR NEWS SECTION a Page Three

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1 s: Jax-Navy: Tramples l Memphis i Eleven ? 26T ? I Ir

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j1 jr j\ ) Locals Win 'Hellcats In


1 2nd. NATAC Tilt Last Wednesday'

.. Jax-Navy Gridders Arc ImpressiveOver -

I Undefeated Ilidgerunnen

i him. Hill Strebell- notched the
Coach Don Jacka's powerful -
I I'f
Ii tra point to make the score 14-7 ret
l Jax-Navy Fliers bulldozed '
I Anderson scored the third local"TD"
their way through the strong I to top his evening's per-

Memphis Hellcats forward i formance. Taking a pitchout from

wall last week, when the local I Quarterback liutchln'on, the speedy -
the Flier halfback went on an 11- Y
gridders romped over
yard jaunt to pay-dirt before the
: Hellcats, 26-7, in Crump Stad- I final period was very old. Tisdale J

r ium at Memphis, Tenn., before ; boot missed the cro88-bar by inches -

14.000 thrill-packed grid to make the acme 20-7.

i i, r y In a fray spiced with long runs,

, c\: /4 a scintillating 87-yard touchdown
f drive early in the Initial stanza by
)/j the local blue and gold pigskin-
ners continued to roll for the next

. I three quarters The Fliers tallied

once in, each of the first two pe- tl
riods and twice in the final stanza,
In their second Naval Air Training
Athletic Conference Win of the

current season
AndyAnderwm. and I* R tAndy

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_George: Kinnear_ : = I

: \4" t '48 All-Navy Grid

I .y Clash To Be PlayedAt

Norfolk Va.
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Foreman Field, Norfolk Ya..
Bieneman Sparks Flier "B" will be the site for the All-Navy'
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football championships this year.

Over Fla. _._ ... ___.m.. __ .. ____ The openers are scheduled to begin
Team To 12-7 Win O'Kourke Score Saturday, 11 December.

The local pigskmners turned back Playing squads will be limitedto

State Prison Eleven several Hellcat offensives in the 50 including managers and
: finai stanza before they got their coaches Offlqel-s on the squad w n

Scat Navy Back Tears Off hands on the ball. A touchdown be restricted to not more thai
drive sparked by O'Kourke and five In the game at the Mtm.
65 And 70-Yard "TD" Runs i Klnnear in the fading seconds of time.
I.t I. the game topped the Jax-Navy I Last year the Naval Air StAtion -
The Flier "B" team rolled out its wrinkles last Saturday eleven's arc-lighted performance, Alameda Hellcats were defeated -

afternoon when it defeated a newly organized Florida State when the lanky O'Rourke scamp I 28-0, by the Quantico Marines -

Prison eleven, 12-7, at the Penal Institution ball field. ered through a big hole i in the ;I in the title go at Balboa
center of the Hellcat line to race Stadium, San Diego, Calif.
Leading the NAS squad to victory, Johnny Beineman, 4 the remaining 30 yards for his I I .

tailback on the Flier eleven, scored the only two touchdowns f71w1 second touchdown of the season., :I

4 f the game for JaxNavy.Navy Anderson I To single out any individual I: Call For HoopstersAs
-- O'lUurke paced the Flier offen-
-- --- lineman for brilliant performancewould
kicked off to State: I Born, left guard, failed to con- sive throughout the gala Navy be unfair. From end to end Basketball Team
the ball flew to the Inmate's 20 clash Anderson and
vert.NAS Day as for 60 minutes the huskies in the
and was taken by Alverez, State's scored again in the second O'Rourke together with Flier forward wall topped their play in Drills Start HereNAS

last-stepping tailback, who car- I quarter with Beineman, who End Chuck Moore, and FullbackGeorge past grid wars.

ried it ot the 40 before he was stretched his legs a little farther Klnnear shared scoring JAV-NAV ", Jacksonville will open U.
topped cold by Jax-Navy tack- honors with a "TD" each. End seventh season of Varsity Basketball
this time, eaUng 70 yards for The II neupi:
up Tiny Tlsdale booted the two conversions I ,
len A first down was picked up Left Ends-Moot*. Dun".n"ance Monday, it was announced by
the last six points tallied by Jax- tallied! the lone
Tat Hoyt
when Hooper State signal-caller, Left 'l'al.'klf'AAdkln.Hat the Physical Training and Recreation -
looped a short pass to left end, Navy. The attempted conversionby Hellcat score and Hill Strebell Left Guard*-Malonoskt. Daura Department this week.
Born, who kicks with his left Onteisr-Baiksdale. Co it on
added the point.
Failing at further attempts Expecting to play .
Stephens approximately
toe as well as his right, missed by Right Guards-Ford Borne' Slnko
to gain, the State team Moore Secret On rat Right Tackle*--Keistetn. Weldon thirty-two games in the '48
forced to punt. The punt, inches. I Nugent season, including Naval Air Training
f was A mighty 25-yard; toss from Anderson *
I State scored their only! "TD. of Right; End8-Tllldale. WachenfeldQuarlerbai
was smacked back to the all alone Athletic Conference battles
jiMipocked the in the second quarter to Moore standing 'k*-Hutchlnson. Waltersklrchen *
V W Flier 40 and taken over tfy$ the I following game Beineman's ground- In' the promised-land, climaxed an Kent basketeers are being sought
stt local boys. 87-yard sustained drive midwayin I*ft Halfbacks-Andeison, O'Rourke throughout the base. Anyone interested -
scorching run After recovering a Right Halfback -Uolden. Bleneman
the period. FullbacksKlnnenr, in playing the sport can
opening Bailey
nvJ \ ScorerWinding fumble on the Navy 10, Alverez
.M KM fills; see "Ace"'oolbrlght at
took a hand-off from Hooper and The Fliers received the openingkickoff
Left Ends -Stan. Dale 726, next .
up the first NAS play, crossed the goal line via a fast and after several punt Left: TackleLanger I Monday.All
Johnny iJeineman, swivelhippedhis zlg-zagglng path around the left exchanges gathered momentum: Left Gual'ds-Baldaut. Paradise practice sessions will be held
in the NATTC Auditorium.
J way down the field on a 65- end. Paced by Amlerxm, Klnneur, Hop Right Centf'I's-Seldfn Guards-Kraft heft, Ovmskl

yard sprint to score standing up. coring Halted IloUh-n and llama Iliilthinoon, the Right Tackles-Cavllle
Jaxmen drove for pay'dirt from Right Ind.--Rlcharcb, GarnerQuart
Both squads threw up almost ei backs--Clavvlll, Collins, Dea-
their own 13 and the pay-off came
impenetrable lines in the third with Anderson's brilliant toss toMoore. ur.nHalfbacksWallbank: Strledell, q
quarter. Accepting the ball on : TNdale's boot was good Hoyt
the 30 yard line, Molnar, now and the score was 70. I Right Halfback*-Hul ey. Cain
tailback for NAS, carriedit Fullbacks-Taubel, WrolewsklJaxNay
playing .... .. ....'
to State' 40. For the next several Anderson set up the second I 7 7 0 12-26
ensued. score from the Hellcat 20 with a Memphis ;: 0 0 t 0---2
plays, a scrimmage I Jacksonville scoring. TouchdoanaMOOre
k r p r State then took over on downs. La- nifty bootleg play around the left Anderson Klnnw O'Rouike
ter in the quarter, the Inmates side of the line for 12 yards, and' Points after Touchdown: TUdale :2
: (placements i i I
Fullback Klnnear crashed over
H9 forged back to the 50 after snagging Memphis coring: Touchdown-Hint '
a Flier pass tossed by Pat- from the 8 on the next play with Point after Touchdown: Blrkfddi i<<
terson, Flier fullback. The quarter the second period tally. Tlvlale (Placement).

sl ended on the Navy's 52-yard line. split the ozone with his placementto tiT A TIITIVII
Driving to the four-yard line run the count to 140.
of Navy, State threatened a score I Lone MemphU Tally First Down .. Jai-Navy..... .14 J Memphhli
in the fourth quarter, but was Tat llojt, Memphis tailback Yard Gained Ru.hlng.... na
topped dead by a tight, nonbreak- II chalked up the lone Hellcat tallyon Yards Lost Rushing __. 90 rl'' s!
able Jax-Navy forward wall. Tak- a 15-yard dash to pay-dirt in Net Passes Yards Atu-mf't.Jtu.hlng:_--201 1 j.It'i.Ptr '

/+ ing charge of the ball on downs!, the third quarter. One of the Hell- u Com(.!t1ed 4Psasca '. I
l 7 Bftneman carried it to the 20, .cat's outstanding backs cm the Incomplete 2 7
then looped a short pass to Kent, field, lloyt took a p'** from center )'a..fe lntenehted. 1 When I raid i l to report in uniform(
V.r\ll Gelned ei J 35Nurater
"W",oM Jon' please get off mjrfcsnd. I liter backfield ace, who lugged it and skirted<< his left "fd to tJ Yrbta a'sesing... H.' 4 ." ,run 11 n 11.,1 on 1'3gtl 4) score without a Flier tomMng Av<-re. funl .. 80 .




Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 4 November 1948

I I Commercial Bulletin J: Filed Seizure FLEET WILL HELP .I c

I Job For
Defense LAND
Bulletins will be accepted until space has bran filled, but DEVELOP ,

later than 1000 Tuesday Kxt. 8230. I
New Hoover pancake dial lion Nevei volt and St Johnsve, to Supply ,
been used Will take $W, Also a Call Bldg. Working, 28902 hours; 0743 tl) 16.30 Armed Forces Press Service SALTY HUMOR FROM Cruises on naval ships and

sire green one girl's, will coat take and Sb legging Hedspeth36J6B net. Ride from Lesser Spilng Park Road and "Why a Marine Corps ?" HERE AND THEREThe flights in naval aircraft now are

Irwin Street Dewey Park Stanley. Working hours. OtiGO to 1630 That's like asking a marine authorized by the Navy for senior
Luggage trailer, 8 month old, searsi Call Blake ext 666. "Why the Constitution of the I Boy Scouts.
Roebuck single wheel l. all-metal I Jobs as baby-slttei any evening or mental hospital's new arrival
: United States
Saturdays and Sundays JanetScnroeder SecNav's recommendation to
type. New spare tire, canvas tarpaulin I was unusually gay. He talk- I
will\ sell all (or $M). W. C, Neal I Ride from corner 1021 Barln of St Street Johns, NAS and The National Security Act of ed repeatedly of his twin brother, fleet, air and district commands
36J9B Irwin St. Dewey Park 1947 provides that the Marine calls for Navy cooperation in a
Easy spin-drlei washing machine, used Cherry Streets, preferred, Or will after which he would burst into
only three months, Phone E Math accept ride from Park and Cherry Corps shall be an integral partof gales of laughter. He explainedthat I broadened policy of increasing active
ewl" 5.62-JO-M after 1800 Streets to Malngate Mildred Fowler. the Department of the Navy people always confused the interest of senior Scouts in

Usedestlnghouse three-bum, side ext 681 or 29954. i and that it shall be organized, two of them, 'He was arrested for I the Navy's sea-air indoctrination
Electric Range. Youis for only
oven and to
trained equipped provide
J23 Mrs McDelthen 2-1286 I speeding, I had to pay the fine," program. Scouts are permitted to
Single bed with mattress and springs. I Fleet Marine Forces of combinedarms I the doctor waa told. "I had a girl participate in daylight, weekendand
five months old, for $.35. Also large P RECREATIONASHORE together with supporting air
longer cruises in groups acceptable
I and h. ran off with her. But I got
collapsible on
play pen components, for service with the to the specific naval com-
wheels for $25 Ball 2-833* after I even with him last week!
Fleet in seizure and defense of
1630 "How was that *" mand,
!):tion.< condi I advanced bases and for the con- "I died, and they buried him." Each group of Scouts must bot
duct of such land operations as
Goodreau ext 8335, ore at 14A accompanied by one adult for approximately
Child Street Will lake ">, y\0 01 best WHIN: ON LIBERTY 1.00K VI1'HE may be essential to the prosecution Bum: "Sir, I'm hungry. Could eight Scouts, Prop

offer. SALVATION ARMY of a naval campaign. 'I i you help a poor fellow out ?" 1! erly registered and accredited senior -
Hair cow and halfahog180: Ibs, of 1798 Marine
SERVICE MEN'S CLUB Since by statute, the -
pork and beet Ready for cooking I| Man: "Did you see that pile of Scouts also may take short
Wt WEST ADAM ST. has been
Stored In deep-Ireese downtown. Corps an integral wood in the yard *" orientation flights in multi. n.
Will sell all for $100 cash Phone 4-2104 put of the Navy. Bum I naval aircraft Senior scout
suite Jacksonville Fla I : (starting to leave) "That'sright ,,, gined
Two-piece modern living: I loom ,
blonde coflee table and two matching: THURSDAY. NOVHHHKH 4th Although the Marine Corps regards you saw me see it, but must be at least 15: years of ag ,.

lamps, blonde oak' bieakfast set, all In the club-Game night, prize-two November 10, 1775, as its you won't see me saw"it." The Navy's cooperation with the
furniture one year old Canteibuiy theatre tickets. birthday, history of the Marines I I
Scout has been further
Barln St.. NAS Boy program
1013 Record making--Junior Hostess there antedates that of the United
Large utility liallti like new, $oO, to allsl8t Shortly after Admiral Byrd'snotable I emphasized with announcement .
Call Mrs Goodwin, 2-3342. FRIDAY. MOVtMHhK ilk States as an independent country. polar expedition returned : that since last December, at
grand new house of masonry constiuc' 1330-Klshlng trip leaves for Trout I As early as 1740 three Marine regiments from the land of ice, someone j, least 258: naval small craft have
tlon Two bedrooms wired for elec. River Pier, Transportation and
trlc kitchen, lanch stvle, between'!, furnished, I were recruited in America, asked one of the men what one i been offered to the Sea Scouts. Of

NAS and Cecil Field priced at $8. I 1830-Horseback riding -- G 1, Hay- assembled in New York and performed thing he missed the most while that number 88 were accepted, including
SX)), Call Magoon. 2693. burners' membership open service in the West Indies away, 'Temptation,*' was the brief I craft from skiffs and din
Three complete' rooms of furniture SATURDAY, NtM'>.MHbK elk for the Royal British Navy.
with dishes i I'UIfIl, etc. etc All In 14OO -Pigskin parade-Kootball games answei, I ghies to power boats.
good condition Tleue, 3543 Craven and latest scores on the radio. Hot During the Colonial period ...- --
Street. Dewey Park dogs and coffee-no ihargeJOOO which ended in 1775, thousands j "LJJ the housing shortage bad
;actlcally new English\ saddle, half. : --Hamburgei' Fry, In the club- "
price at $33 Hutchinson, 2-465: Also make yourself at home, of men, acting as Marines and near where you're stationed
have water" '(ront ground on high SCNDAY. MOVtMllhK. 7th known as such, served on American "Bad" "The place I'm living
bluff with beautiful trees, bl/e lot, lOOO to 120O Pancake breakfast. vessels and took part in many now is so small that if I die,

Twenty-two 1372000 feet toot housetraller, fuinUh! 1400 sightseeing to 1600-Hometown hour' and expeditions they'll! just put handles on the mzm

ed In Yukon taller 1 Park lot No 4, 1700 to 173O-Vespei' time Aided John .'lilll Junes sides and carry me to the grave-
Will take $495 Helm, ext 3H9; dui '. "
1800 to I1**)-Buffet Supper yard,
Under John Paul Jones the Marines

log: work houisAttractive 1930 to 2000-Let'. all sing, I
two and one.half bedroom (1930 to 2230-Date time participated in the famous'old ''
house with electrically equipped MONDAY v()\o 'lIUK! Sib battle between the "Ranger"and Company Clerk: "You look as
kitchen Six miles from NAS, on 1930 Bowling party-Champs: BeglnneiS "' if you didn't get much sleep last
Cecil Field toad My equity fot $1,- : Here your chance the "Drake, and in the victory ",) ('pi. Bert Hunter
700, balance of S3,OoO at $55 per In the club-Came night of the "Bon Homme Richard"* night. Well, here we are again with -
month, Ens Wolfe, ext 298Nsco l't'E5DA1'.; XlYtMlltK; ; 9th I over the British "Serapis" ( termedone Sgt.: "I didn't. "The couple all the latest scuttlebutt and nonsense

roaster, complete, almost new 1430-Sightseeing trip" of the most remarkable and next door were fighting all night, from the MB As usual, the
Also metal utility table Both tot 19JO.-.Skatlng paity- Singing Wheel "
$30 Lesser 2-S'JOJ Club open for membership desperate fights in the annals of hammer and tong. MB has it's quota of fellows walk-
Simmons sofa-bed, $35: fiber' rug$12: WEDNESDAY >0\MHK lode) I our Navy iFollowing i Clerk: "Who won ?" 'ing around with their heads up
five drawer unpainted chest, $750, WEEKLY PARTY-"All hands on deck the close of that war I Sgt : "She. aid, she had the in the clouds and seeing nothing
and an occasional chair for $15 Alsoa pretty girl in sight. Door pl'lze- '
Hot-Point cook stove Mrs A, M "Double dinner Floor show I the Marines, like the Army and hammer but little Dan Cupid Sgt. Uerr and .
Greene, 4551 Blount Ave.. Tlmuquana P favor lt v-I the Navy were disbanded with I Hannibal the Cannibal ('1'1. llrtmii are still walking
"a :Manor', or call 2.9574. Now v 11ItbreUI ilub-Che'klnlC I but
nothing remaining a glorious around with a "glazed" look on ,
Kitchen table and chairs, $10 Also Ice showers, wrapping service and
a bed with springs and mattress, $A), Information on dormitories, housingand record. However, when the threatening their faces and; the only time theyare
J. O'Bilen 4001D Row Housing travel attitude of various foreign in the Barracks is when theyare

Dewey" Park I countries called for the creation on duty Why don't you guya
Bedroom suite, living loom suite, dinette
set Ward, 3560 Roosevelt of defense forces, a regular Navy get married Hmmmm ?

Bedroom suite, divan and two. Bienemant'oiitlimtxl Department was set up and on It seems that there is going to
craft chalis R. W. Boys, 1244A BIVd'j 11 1798 President John Ad-
July ,
cock: Street, NAS. be a dance. Yep, all nice and for .
MK KEN'rWIdow ( from Page 1) ams approved an act of Congress mal with ""dress blues and tennis ...
will share two-bedloom home providing for the establishment ofa shoes" The latest dope is: you
to the 40-yard marker. The
Kitchen privileges convenient to game Marine Corps.
can wear dress blues or greens.The .
NAS. Mis Acosla, 4577 Shelby Avenue came to a halt with NAS in possession Since that time, the Marines
dance will be held at the Hyde
of the ball on their own 40 I
Unfurnished thl ee.I'oom apartment 'i have been busy, taking part in Park Country Club on Nov tkh. It
kitchen equipped with k(II Braley, Patterson and Marr, the War of 1812, the war with is to commemorate the 173rd an-
J Jemploy.1I
nook. private entrance Refined other Jax-Navy backfield mole- :
Mexico, the Civil War the Span niversary of the founding of the
couple prefened Roeder skinners, assisted Beineman in .
7-5<>73, i ish-American War, Boxer Rebel good old USMC. The dance starts
:Modern home on Doctor Lake Seven picking up the 242 net yards gained lion, and World Wars I and II, at 2100 and ends at 0100. All thguys
miles hum NAS One mile Horn I by the local team against just to name a few. The Marines in the Barracks are
Standing Road grand fishing, babies State 164 net yard tally.
have made 200
welcome, Turn tight oft Route 17 at over landings on rt bring their own dates and liquid -
Orange Park at light left at railroad foreign shores during 172 yearsof refreshment of the hard vari-

follow signs to lakeside Villa j' service. I ety, Beer, soft drinks and other
Fliers and
Ruth Dill.
Cherry Ready for any mission, the Marine refreshments will be available ata
House trailer with loom attached Hot -- --
.and cold water" Lou of ground. backof Continued from Corps maintains its traditional I nominal charge. Come on, gang
Empire Stale Trailer Park, Plain- Page 1) esprit de corps, the vital ingredient -: Physical Fitness I let's get together and have a good
field Avenue. Walter Tarr. George Vavrek will be (over the of Marine success no matter old turn-
Wldow will share home with couple I
Electrically equipped kitchen central ball.The what the problem. Program To BeSet
hated, convenient to NAS Dolman Jax-Navy line will have the Many men are now joining us
2-3808, NAVY WIVES MfcKTTONIGHT ; from all over the country and garage apartment with electrically ernecks. I' 1 Up Here overseas. Sgt. Marion Dunn arrive
equipped kitchen, base heater ,
Venetian blinds No children or wall will battle against a trim I The Navy Wives Club No &;6i ed from overseas where he served

pets, Mr. Morris. 21084. 184-pound Marine line, The backfields will hold its weekly bingo game I It has been' announced that with the Amphibious Tractor Re-

Trailer apace on riverfront with modern will be about even in weight I I at the Navy Wives' Club in i there will be a physical fitness pair Base, on Guam, M,I. He i i.

facilities and hunting Also Located cabin good at Black fishing 'I Navy has a 178-pound backfield Dewey Park tonight at 2000. I course set up on the Station for now in the Brig Platoon. Sgt. Mer-

Creek and St, John River. Ball. I and the Marines 176, The following Thursday, the all personnel rUt II. William also joined ua

Two furnished corner rooms with electrie I I Club will hold its monthly busi- I There are a lot of jobs that re- from Guam. He was formerly with
rangette near shopping center the First Eng. Bn. 1st Prov Mar.
ness meeting in the Dewey quire little physical labor to perform -
and movies Convenient to NAS, $10
per week. Mrs Joiner 2-0908 Station "Not New"Shop Park Club House I II I and the men who hold the Brig. Now he i* in the Guard Platoon -

Riverfront room with adjoining bath I I, jobs are apt to get into "poor standing Cpl of the Guardon
convenient to NAS Mis Weldln Wants Your Flagstaff Ariz, ( FPSTwo:::: shape" I the Main Gate
Phone 2.180' .
<>m furnished home with two eagles fighting over the carcass I As a matter of policy, each in- j I Gang remember this, it is always t

bedrooms. $39 per month, two months Discarded Items of a goat here recently fouled I dividual should take his regular I spring that turns a young

In advance, Louis 32JO: Hiram Street high tension wires, electrocuting ,',' 'dally dozen" and spend a mini man's thoughts to love and such '
WesconnettTrouble ,
themselves and half a'
or single corns with or with Anyone having outgrown uniforms -, dozen northern Arizona depriving I mum of four hours a week en- stuff But right now it's going
communities -
out private bath For discriminating:: I dresses, or anything ekethey I gaged in some type of recteatlon into winter, so as I said befotoj
| of electric
flue guests, Hlnson, ISOfe Riverside. Ave no longer have ue for vthldti I night power throughoutthe I, Division officers shall initiate Brown and Drr, please pay at

Reasonable' loom for one or two i 1'1 still In good condition and who |i i The monarchs of the air battled I such a checking system to insure tention.
Cooking pilvlleges Call Young atext wish' to put them up for resale or for their prey while Arched i compliance with this program. There la no more news for now
82V9! or 26527 donate them to the "Not New"Shop of 1 These named sports will be accepted so let's put this thing away until
WAST.IJ on a crossarm a pole carrying
Jobs a< baby-sltlei'. Evening or noon should bring them to the i 40,000-volt wire The charred for credit in this athletic next week Any news that concerns

Audrey, U22A Hancock Street :NAS,, shop In Building 913. bodies of the birds and the goat I I program: Badminton, Basketball, I the MB will be accepted

-Riders hunt--- Poplai- Point f1 ItooseNotNew -- Look over ".s ot .s ew" Nuggets were found at the foot of the Boxing Handball, Football, Golf I, gratefully Let us know the latest.

I in tht l issue for current sales. I'I'I I pole in a tangle of wire, insulators I I Squash, Swimming, Wrestling See you next week
and burned crossarms. Sottball. and Tennis I I II ,

Nuggets \ (SFA"Dandy) -funk' Is a I I It Is essential that all hands I (SEAWhen) sailing eastward

man-of-war pudding of other days Bed Post" "Double Pinochle", maintain a high standard of physIcal I! the day gains m crossing the

A (iOl.l>tS; OPPORTUNITY I (consisting broken crackers and I and Graveyards, are terms usedin fitness to be able to perform I 180th meridian is called the Antipodean

-Your Thanksgiving guests molasses bowling, I their duties efficiently, I I Day
will oh and ah, if serve .
you ----- -- -- ---- -------- --
cocktails from our anthurtUm-I

etched glass COCKTAIL SET: I STALEMATE By Harold Jones, si Clothes-Call I

Or if your table decoration
Is arranged in our CRYSTAL


forgetting the smart appratance TONIC r

of the hostess we are NEW L..a ,

showing lovely SUITS AND
I ))IU-:SS: : in all the autumn! 1 r

hades And for that charming I PART ..

daughter, come and see the : ,
Irhl .
SUITS* AND JACKETS, dressy i 1'h

crepes and dainty cottons I d. 0

Dad too will want to look 111:4' KW
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best for the holidays, so for '

him we have &II1KTS and the I I I

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