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Vol. 6-Nop 33' 10 November 1948

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command


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. CAPTAIN ALVIN I. MALSTROM: Commander Naval Air Bases -
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? Sixth Naval Air District (left)I. presents the flag: to Commander John
fps w ,avert,
, ; D. Shea TJSN at the commissioning ceremonies at the Naval Air Facility -
, Cecil Field, Floida, November 1, 948, where Commander Shea 9
JJ I read Navy Department orders designating him as Commanding Officer ,
IM s of the Auxiliary Air Base. The Station was commissioned and the flagwas
: raised at 10 A. M. (Middle), Captain Alvin I. Malstrom, shown with
? his newly appointed staff immediately after reading his orders last week
establishing him as Commander Naval Air Bases 6ND. Left to right are:
:'. Lt. Noma P. Reid, Public Information Officer; Lt. Cmdr. Marshall H.
.i Catchell. Supply: Lt. I jgl) R. D. Blyth.. Personnel: Lt. Cmdr. Thomas B.
', Ellison; Operations; Lt. jgi David L. Hilton, Public Works;; Cmdr. Ralph H. Humes, municatlons; Lt. Col. Arba L. Norton, Security Comdr George F Sterns, Legal
4 1;: Supply; Cmdr. William S. Johnson Public Works; Cmdr. James T. Riordan, Public Officer. Right, reading his orders before the members of his newly appointed staff '
I Works; Captain James I. Holland, Medical; Captain Alvin I. Malstrom, Commander in the conference room of the Administrative Building at the Naval Air Station I
Naval Air Bases 6ND; Lt. Cmdr. Harry A. Friedrickson, Administrative Officer At 0900 1 November, 1948, Captain Malstrom assumed the duties of Commander
:+ ; Captain Robert M. Askin Dental Office; Lt. Comd. Elmer W. Dailey, Com Naval Air Bases 6ND He relieved Captain Frank L. Warden. USN.
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\ In impressive ceremonies this November 1, 1948, the I! Go To YMCA Building Fund '

Navy activated three Jacksonville Commands. This marks

:' the initial developments in the establishment of Jacksonville
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I' as a Fleet Air Base. The unusual event of three activa-

tions in one day indicates the tempo of the future. i r ., Saturday's Clash Is Jax-Navy's

Reading: his orders before members of his new Staff and ,
Heads of Departments in the conference -- -- ;
room of the Administrative als in the Executive Office of the 71. Final Local Appearance In 1948In

J ., Building at the Naval Air Station Secretary of the Navy. During the : .'
at 0900 on November 1, 1948 war he commanded the escort car- .. .
I \ an unprecedented move NAS Jacksonville will turnover
; Captain Alvin I. :Malstrom, USN, riers. USS Tarawa and the USS ,. .... ,
assumed the duties of Commander Sangamon in the South Pacufc I UH I the entire proceeds of Saturday night's Jax-Navy-Fort
:;,; Naval Air Base, Sixth Naval Dis I area. He also served as Chief of -' i Benning gridiron clash to the local Y. l.C.building fund
trict. He relieved Captain Frank L. I Staff to the Commander Fleet Air it was announced this week by the Physical Training and
Warden, USN.Headquarters. Wing at Alameda, California. Recreation Department.

for ComNav Bases Officers who have been assignedto Not only will the game swell the coffers of the fund
have formerly been in Weeksville, duty on the staff of Commander --
N. C. Recently expanded, this command Naval Air Bases 6ND, include but it will mark the last appear
rr which will exercise coordination Lt. Comdr. Charles M. King. Clue: Station "Not New'1Shop ance of the Fliers in the Gato/
' ; "-. control over all Naval Airbases of Staff Officer. Lt. Comdr. HarryA. Bowl this season. Two more games
now includes AJr Bases in Friedrickson Administrative Wants Your remain on the schedule and bothof
the States of North Carolina Officer. Lt. Comdr. Thomas B. Ellison them will be played away. A
South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee ; Operations Officer, Lt. (jg > Discarded Items huge crowd is expected to attend
I '- Mississippi, Georgia and F lor- Robert D. Blyth, Personnel; Lt. Anyone ha\lug outgrown uniforms this final home tilt to pay homage -
. ; ida. Comdr. Marshall H Catchell, Sup- H : household or baby furniture :' to the 1948 eleven.
.'- Also in the Administrative ply; Lt. Comdr Alfred McCaus- I or anything else theyno I I Another drawing point is the
:. Building on November 1, 1948 land, Inspection.Other longer have use for which fact that the Doughboys played
::''t.. Captain Charles Loomis Lee USN, I officers who I Captain Charles Loomis Lee, is still in good condition and who I II I the Fliers to a tie last year and
-' f assumed the duties of Commander duty on the staff in I i wish to put them up for resale or I I both teams will be seeking victory.
'i-f': Fleet AJr, Jacksonville. First to their primary assignment I USN, Acting Commander, Fleet : donate them to the "Not New" II |I The Fliers dropped the '46 game
: { arrive, Captain Lee precedes the Naval Air Station are: 3)I Air Jacksonville, established headquarters I Shop should bring them to the to Benning, 19-12, and whippedthe
; reporting of approximately twenty Robert M. Askin, Dental ; |. in the Administrative ,I shop in Building 9 U. I Doughboys 33 to 7 in their
.oI I officers and fifty men who will Captain James L. Holland, Building at the Naval Air Station Look over "Not New" NuggetsIn initial grid meeting in 1945.
" comprise the staff of ComFairJax. (Continued on Page ) i recently. I this issue for current aalea. I The Doughboys will probably
Captain Lee will serve as act- hang their hopes on quarterbackDon
ing Commander until the arrival Lucas who has been a whirl-
of Rear Admiral C. T. Durgin, :.INCREASE FOR PER DIEM CIVILIAN I wind in every Benning clash this
4 who is expected about November} season. Against Quonset Point,
26. Admiral Durgm is now Commander I EI ",.f? LOYEES IS ANNOUNCED BY NAVYIt I Lucas was a consistent threat to
Naval Air Bases Eleventh I the New England sailors for sixty
Naval District with headquarters was announced recently by Captain Alvin I. Malstrom, Personnel-- Officer- --, Naval- -- -Air---Sta-- minutes

in San Diego, California. The pur- Commanding Officer of NAS Jax, that a dispatch has been tion, Secretary, Robert E. Gautsch, Fort Benning boasts a good
pose of Fleet Air Jacksonville, is received from Washington, approving 'a wage increase for Chief Area Wage and Classification passing combination which may
to coordinate training and opera- per diem employees of Naval establishments in the vicinityof Officer; and Lt. Comdr. N. E. give ihe local eleven trouble The
fleet aircraft and to ma.intaln
tion of bullet-like from Lucas
Jacksonville.The Sweat, personnel officer of Over- passes to
, close liaison with Naval Shore Frank Williams have lot
haul and Repair Department, Na- spelled a
establishments in conjunction with i increase will .affect more than 4700 per diem employees val Air Station. Results of the of yardage for the Doughboys this
3 training needs of fleet air squad m this area by bringing survey were forwarded to Washington season, and the two hope to connect -
their salaries to the set the Commandants of the Navy
rons. up 12 October. against the Fliers.
I. The third activation occurred by private industries for skilled, Yards subject to the approval and The on complete schedule of increases Coach Joe Shepherd of the Army
:I'; ft*" .- at Cecil Field on November 1, 1918 semi-skilled and unskilled work- revision" of the Secretary. of the recently released in Wash- eleven will probably start Frank
..i : when Captain A. I. Malstrom, ers. Navy. ington will be available at the Naval Williams and Frank Lewotsky, a
::1 USN Commander Naval Air Bases Typical of the hourly increases At the request of the Command- Air Station within a few days, pair of lanky six-footers at end,
t' 6ND, commissioned the station U an additional nine cents per Officer of NAS, a sampling and will be released upon receipt. Lou Pfeifer and Carl Neier at
;: and Commander J. D. Shea, USN, hour for laborers and twelve centsan survey of the prevailing wage Navy officials stated tackles, Walt Dejung and Bob
.. read orders naming him as commanding hour for helpers. Toolmakers rates in this labor market was Schneck at guards, and Johnny
officer The AuxiliaryField will receive a twenty ceits: an hour taken. The sampling indicated thata CUBS MEET :MONDAY NK3IIT Dobbs at center. His backfield will
will base one or two car- general wage survey was in or- consist
increase and electricians sixteen The third and of Lucas at quarter Bob
g :"tier air groups of Fleet Air Jax. I increase and electricians sixteen der. The data was therefore sub- organization reg- I Hollingsworth at fullback, Don
In additior to his new duties as I cents. Average hourly increases mitted to the Wage and Classification istration meeting of the NAS Cub Suit at left halfback and Bob. E.w-
Commander Naval Air Bases Jacksonville approximate twelve and a half Branch of the Office of In- Pack will be held Monday night, ly at right halfback. .
Captain Malstrom willcontinue cents. Increases will average ten dustrial Relations Washington, D. 15 November at 1900 in the Boy On the Fliers side of the ledger,
as Commanding Officerof per cent it was stated. C., which authorized the complete Scout Rooms. Bldg. 601. Scout the Jacksonville team should be In
the Naval Air Station, which The approval of wage increasesis survey of this area. It is the opinion the best of condition for Satur-
post he has held here since his reporting I the final step in an orderly proc- of the officers of this command officials will be present to explainthe day's battle. Coach Don Jacka will
hare 28 June 1913. ess to determine wages requiredby that a good day's work deserves robbing program and all par- probably open the game with the
Captain*" Malstrom graduatedfrom I I 1862 statute which states a good day'spay.. ents of boys between the ages of same starting lineup that has won
the United States Naval "hours of labor and the rate of More than two hundred firms In eight and twelve are Invited to four games this season. Chuck
Academy in 1-022, and received his wages in Navy Yards shall con- the Jacksonville Area were con- Moore and Tiazy Tisdale will te
meet at this Movies
of Cub
IIP'., present rank of Captain in June form as nearly a* possible with tacted by teams largely composedof time tho end choices, George KeFlin
1912. Prior to coming to Jacksonville II those of private establishments In civilian employees of the Naval Scout activities will be shown and and Ray Adkins will be In the tackle -
,r, Captain Malstrom served on the Immediate vicinity of the re-I Air Station under the direction of the parents themselves will choose ", spots, Bill Malonoakl, and Oriu.
the board of Decoration and Med- pective yards to be determined by Chairman A. O. Anderson, Civilian the Cub Pack Committee. (Continued on Page 3)


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 10 November 1948


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Navy Develops New

CHAPLAINS' P .Y All-Electric Camera Remodeled Cafeteria And

(SEAi An all-electric] camera,

25,000 times faster than the fastest :
CORNERARMISTICE I SALLIES 1 motion) picture camera com New Xmas Gift Shop AreShip's

mercially available, has been developed -
1 1J by naval scientists at the

ANNI\ERS4RT Naval Ordnance Test Station, In- I Service ChangesOn

yokern, California
This is a sacred day Each succeeding
Named after its inventor, Dr.
November, it is well that A. M, Zarem, the Zarem cameras 1 November, the Ship Service Department opened

we set apart a day on which to shutter has been operated so rapidly I the Xmas Store in the Main tle Auditorium Bldjr. The

honor the memory of the men who t r r it that light which has a interior of the store has been decorated with :Xmas trimmings -

went out, in that other War, and } l speed of one billion feet per second and it is very attractive and eye catching. Also the
served and came not again, and to
distance of
) moved a only I
gift layouts have been carefully planned and setup with
pay our tribute of respect and 1' IJc' 10 feet during the time of one very

gratitude to the heroes who went exposure, I the utmost _care and simplicity, so there may be more disA -

and served and came again -- ---- --- -- plays In the small space! allotted' to "

November eleventh is an indelible A A the store ,;

date in the minds of Americans ......,)\ ,. A1U-E.1i : On the opening day there was '
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and other citizens of the Ei one department that received a

world, because, on that day, thirty 0 little more attention than the

years ago, there was published to I i- AROUND others and that was the Electric
th* world the signing of a truce = Trains You could always find the
0 & R
that brought to a temporary close front of this counter loaded with

active hostilities between the Central very ardent admires of these

Powers of Europe and the ,'r "..,.rUn Division by YM/jt- ;: toys
Allies. twth Math Well another week 'I C'arf't! th-e-r horn t 'Plng'l The store has on display many

Thirty years is a long time because has rolled around and the crowd is I I Heard Al Tuggle no longer lines of household appliance including *

most of our lives have been still talking about the Georgia- his limousine to work ask him a well known type of uKim-

lived In that period Thirty: years Florida game Some ate happy and if his car was so big he couldn't Inum cooking ware

is a short time for some of us Glad I'm neutral. find parking spate for it Any of
some art-n.t. As you enter the store, you will
who are older because our mem- Wonder what it la that drives folks you have a hard time finding our find on your left the toy department
rise) of those other days are so Engineering Tech Files Section?
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wild during' football season I in the order, Electric Train,
vivid stilL I i fact during the fall)) months in general They are on the main deck now 'I Erector Sets and then the toys and
HOBBY LOBBY -The -lf-por- Weld-
On the anniversary of the Arm- around the corner from the
of the
Here are some things dolls for the members of
istice: from the vantage point of trait" by Hartley Sleeves, pictured folks said they liked best about Ing Shop How do you like it there I younger
family You will the radio
thirty vears' perspective, it is well above, I drawn while peeping Rusty and Smlttye heard all your see
Autumn--The smell)) of leaves burn-
display' the store has a goodassortment
that we give ourselves to Tender through a knot-hole in the draw : ing at dusk the way stars the per diem's got a nice raise ) of very known
Memories of the Past and High ing board into a mirror), serves to j i cool Congratulations. Maybe some of nationally
shine brighter
to on
I radios and radio .
Resolve for the Future introduce the first lobbyist for a nights the roar of the crowdat them will buy a yacht now That's phonographs.These
beautiful and
Locking back, we remind ourselves hobby, the display of which can be all right us IVb will probably really
the tasteof
a football game well)) worth the price. You sec the
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found in the lounge in building
that get one soon Nowadays, everything
and cotton candy during -
I popcorn silver] counter, this counter has
(1) We are American Citizens If any of the rest of you have special the State Fair and the is plastic, polish curlers all the silverware that
(2) Not All Patriots Are Americans hobbies' you would like to to-be-alive covers, paint maybe some "brain anyone
wonderful good- feeling could want Also In this section
have displayed, call your reporter, storm" scientist will give us plastic I
cool weather.
((3) There Is Sometimes ATruer at 438, well] schedule you for an I you get in eggs for breakfast you will find silver serving sets, .
A\e know is to.. which are ]) beautiful Thereis .
Patriotism Apart early date ( He-res a chance to everyone sorry really .
from War--and, show that stuff you wanted to hear that Mr. King of Cable and 1'f'r16onnf'1 by Dot 1)lek'nnair. the Jewelry counter featuring ..

unload for Christmas) The Packing shop has been very ill Starr was out vacationing last watches, pearls and other costume
((4 > Our Dead Still Live in Our
I week for Lt
a day or so. Harper
Hearts.Leaking I bowling league continues to take with pneumonia But he is reported jewelry then comes the counter
went to Quonset Point with
to be better now given to household appliances suchas
forward) then, we resolve -I Supply major sporting spotlight Charlie Hart Hose, what was that ,
. that j for the moment, with a Supply In the October 28th issue we toasters, kitchen utensils, waffle
Chief doing in office last
tl) These Dead Shall Not Have team (No. 2) in top place, in the I' sent out an SOS for a badgeor week Hmm! Miss your Dunbar has irons, clocks and other nrces*

Died in Vaui-and SUPOR League, R. Register keeps superman cape to give to Mikeof 'I nary items for the kitchen Last
been out sick and we see she'sback
(2)) We Will Be Ctt.atoll of the pin-boys lean by consistently the. Prop Shop He not only received I to work now. Comdr Sweet but not least is the luggage and
Peace. holding the 'number one spot in I, the badge but a letter appointing -' miscellaneous counter This counter
was rushing around here last
On the thirtieth anniversary of the whole league bowling an average I him to the office of Junior has some very beautiful and
week and this week trying to getthe
the ArmUstice. let us be better of 175: to ISO per 3-game I I In pctr."f' offer ur heartiest very fine luggage and over night
NAS floats together for
betttr women better American set Come on out and give jour congratulations and Mike again bags Also they have Electric
men. Armistice By the way I think '
blankets, and sets.
sincerely thanks the unknown lamps vanity
*, better Christians -bUJ1 our float was the nicest In the
This Xmas store should
done of the badge Now he prove
of the kingdoj of righteousness, I
Navy Day parade, Mary, what
helpful station personnelsince
make like an Inspector for very
helping our beloved America to ran I
1 I I ; trice, with this little emblem of was that little piece' of paper you it Is so convenient to all the
take her rightful place in the family I
put on C Swt''t's desk ? Couldn't'be station and the wide variety of
of nations, and helping all men, authority I
about rolling jour own? Who
gifts to chose from The
everywhere, to realize the divine At th. Statlo C''ap.'t. Birmingham Engineering by Llbbra Kojett Is the Spanish senorita Glamour prices
\ B..4 and M..Un At*..* asked for all the gifts are much ,
fatherhood of God and the Universal 1 bet Helen Steward will be seeing -
Pr........ I Boy was trying: to find out about'Glad lower than the ones' in Jftck!'on-)
brother! of man (930Sunda': 'ho1O45 )I I "job! sheets In her Ief'p--shetvped to see that at last our
per ville and that the store
And so, on thin solemn evasion General' Me vhlp !S+<'vtre_ ltt: ,- so many this week Ask her diem got a ratae.CHAPLAIN we are sure
linn, F I 1AII*>MC Is or will appreciated by all
> in the sight of God in the preserve I tbH_ what those red spot are on her those who will patronize it
fellows, and before ------- --
erf our 0700--du. ,
th* court of our own quiet consciences I 09.70MassCha'Iain kegters!! your support By the ANNOUNCES'SPECIAL ; I Also around the Ship Service

we pledge again the allegiance i l S A, Melrlrtf will frffotoU way, some thought 1* being given SEKMCISParent you will, find there has been some .

of our heads and fair at both masses 5 S. tc: In* organization of a Supply Mh vtoiikl like to have changes made in the cafeteria. In

hearts and our hands to our beloved An outdoor Nur" 7.r m.tii children toy' basketball team for which their ehllilrrn 4)lratl to (lad l and I the middle booths have replaced

America-land e>f the lie and I Is maintained between axe) ) and well need at least ten placers If the ChrtNtian way .f life at th' empty space, and provide a larger

home of the brave; bray becausewe law. you are interested. In coming out Chapel Service seat Sunday seating capacity On the oppositeside

sic free; and free because we NAVAL MOonrAL CHAPri. fcr .'H h H tf'Jlm. tall your reporter massing. are Intttrri t* -mmonl of the booths there are map-

are IT e. (Ward A-1)rr.i..taas at 43* and get
rCIS LEE ALBERT teeia-fbIs. WrMp C1HI..I. 1.D only about six w rts before first Captain f-ranrt Lee .Atort, (11(.:, stand. which contains picture post

Station Chaplain H,wHt. Jr, fame tm.. "N. I emit and folder






10 November 1948 JAX AIR NEWS Page ThreoMAINSIDE .

o D 00 1 HOBBY SHOP Five New Directors Elected To I I

I I NOTESThe Board Of Employees Association

JtfovfeM Wf'f"kdays--1130 and 2000; Wet"k-uds-H30 and 2000. -- -- ---
THURSDAY I shop is still booming regardless E. L. Rodeillat of Supply,

BORROWED TROUBLE", starring William Boyd and Andy I Corpus Christ of the. men Perhaps all going when to a Saturday's Clash Iluth C. Seavey of Operations

Clyde. FRIDAY I few of these salty hombres comingin I (Continued from Page 1) (general Group), fi. T. Moss

CREW'S DANCE-Station Band. Starts at 2000. from the sa pay us a visit the Ford will be in the guard slots and ley of Public Works, and E.

SATURDAY AND St"NJM.rLOVES shop will really get in full swing Dave Darksdale will be in the A. Rutten and J. L. Flemingof
b If you can imagine to squirm
OF CARMEN", Featuring Rita Hayworth and Glenn pivot man position. The backfieldwill Overhaul and Repair: were
.. through the carpenter 'shop you be 'Bama Hutchinson quar-
;' (.. Ford. MONDAYDISASTER" are doing pretty good. With the terback, George Kinnear at fullback elected last week to the Boar j

-IT' .
Lu.,, .. : TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY: : 'I FJcardilll and Glasscock, will be at the halfback it was announcedby
both of the station police, one cor-
,"EASTER PARADE", starring Judy Garland and Fred Astatre. of the looks I positions Station Memorandum No.
ner carpenter shop
I Tickets for {he will be
fame: on
..1' STUDENT OFFICERS AUDITORIUM.I like a Kaiser Shipyard Mar- sale at the Ship's Service, Donald 66-48 issued last week.

FRIDAY tin Mains ide movie operator, does- son's, 117 West Adams and at I The newly elected officials sue-.
-SECRET LAND", All Navy ca Subject to change. n't like nails ot hang his towelson the Stadium. Adults $1.00 and reed five retiring directors whose

Movies at 2000 only. so it appears It- was hard at children $50 including taxSALTY terms of office expired this year.
----------- work towel rack this
------- making a 'rTA"i Those retiring include T. F An-
week. After it was finished, he decided dreu of Public Works. R. K.

Commercial Bulletin I it was larger than the bathroom Brown of Supply, R. D. Pinney of

I and now has to build it over. lie General Group, and F. D. Warren

1'.'''''.. will, fce accepted valil space : Say, Marty, you aren't in the dog- and Earl ,Wysong of O&R.A .
has ... filled. Call e... U3t.J'O& i I Miscellaneous furniture Including dinette house, are you ? In the leather station-wide election was hell
Al.K set with four chairs, kitchen table Chief Baxter and
point electric range, $oO. Mrs. A. with four chairs, cabinet, chestof i on 28 October to name the Jive
..1M. Greene 2-0674, or see at 4591Blount drawers rocker, occasional cl'lalr. wife are really punching away at i HUMOR FROM new members to the Board of Di
Ave.. Tlmuquana Manor. end table, etc, etc. All for 975. the leather of course, their efforts rectors. Employees in every ,Je-
Black 1909 Plymouth coupe in good Greisen. 12+4B Hancock St. NAS. seem to be worth while with a nice HERE AND THERE partment of NAS and NAATC went
condition. Jones, ext. 8225. Wringer-type' washing machine. Anderson -
Home with two bedrooms, bath fully ext: 8306.I purse taking shape from odds a lends I to the polls to select the candidateof
equipped kitchen. Attached garage 'OB; RENT of leather Kent, the model I A dumb girl is a dope. A dope is their choice by secret ballot.
and 6131. other conveniences. Shatter 5- Nice sleeping room with' twin beds and plane whiz, has a nice stunt a drug. Doctors give drugs to relieve Supervisors for the election were-

Hall cow and half a hog-180 11w. of 2-431.private bath, VI per week. Kodeizl. model ready to fly. The next one pain. Therefore a dumb girlis directors whose terms of office had

pork and beef. Ready for cooking.stored Two-room furnished apartment working he builds will probably take-off: on just what the doctor ordered.A not expired
In deep freeze downtown.. Will ; couple preferred. Shepard 2326 a trip to Jupiter Dr. Cunningham
sell all for $100 rash. Kns \voUe. Park St.Furnished. I Installation of the new directors
eat 420. or 3643 W. 163rd St. room with, kitchen and a dental man, has been practicing business man who was a great took place last Thursday after .
T"..".".h'o foot Iouae trailer pra home privileges. Girls on his drilling as well as believer in efficiency was commissioned noon in the Conference Room at
'tlcally new. will sell for 11.Wa Mertzman, -9\92.. prtc'rr.d'i cutting in the carpenter shop a Lieutenant. One of his the Main Administration Build
)IlIn'. Air Bas Trailer Park I Apartment Ina private I The Not-So-New Shop, as it was first
1947 Chevrolet convertible with radio Ite Navy couple. S.m called acts upon assuming commandof I ing. Retiring President Plnney introduced
just the ear for fishing. Fend eon- Palkel. 9-7309: after JS.TO. I in a recent write-up, is really the department wa$ to call all the newcomers and
till ton.*!ISO. Astry, ext. Two rooms nicely furnished. Jordan going in high gear. You can the officers and men together and thanked the retiring members of
:Man bicycle, perfect condition, $15. 2-8711. buy anything from a formal to a
A Ho a fur jacket like new, $20. I Large room with ArrpUee and eontlnu lecture to them for an hour on the Board for their services during
A lot of
l.y". 1MIB Randolph :HIJStieened ,us hot water W.rfleld, 7- ;EXJ. hanky hard work by the subject, "Do It Now!" their terms of office.
baby bed $10. Babcock, .."t.2M. Lovely corner room. In private' home Navy wives has made this a nice
To underscore
with all the private bath On NAS shop and it has to be seen to be point, he had Following the presentation of
, 3947 Chevrolet convertible with radio bus route. Bu ines lady or tent pre appreciated.Tfcf large signs hung in every office I the new board members, the directors .
heater and various other accessories, ferred. Brooks 2-8129.: which repeated his admonition"Do t chose a new slate of officers
engine Just been overhauled. A bargain Room for maple two (Irk *r two Hobby Shop Phot Club It Now!"
at $1973. Reason for pelting men. Dudelman, :3-O853-R will k_M neat to serve in the coming year.
h........ being Iranaf.rred. Mrs. Furnished apartment with living room Tuesday Within 24 hours a Chief went For their President, the directors
Falls 2-6489, or can M seen at 1431 bedroom and dinette "U Mn. ( thereowvesient.a night at 1900. Everyone Interestedplease over the hill, the yeoman punchedthe chose C. G. Hart of Overhaul and
Wolf fitIxnker Including' elecfrterange. "' fomf. All member are re-
trunk with asj assortment .fowng $.10 per month. Morris.VTAXTKD 'I sj*.et*..f t. attend, *r the Cltib BMlc in the nose, a radioman Repair. To assist President Hart
> man's ckKhe*. Contains suit, may deserted his wife, a seaman: strangled during the coming year, A. W.
alas ;.W In chest 32 In trooaers. Also lbe dl4belldN. Bennett of
the bugler AS Supply was elected to
sport rest. shirts, site 13 or 13'aad Personnel In Air Group S, just arrived, an eloped with I
mlaceUaneous other clothing. All,* are seeking hawing Anyone having a ShIp's ServIce cutie-pie, and the I serve as Treasurer and L. B. Eu-
In good condition. Will HI works 219.such please' call Lt. ijg Lloyd ext r RECREATION mall clerk threw an ink well into I banks of the General Group was ,

VV.foe 7th$30. St.Mrs Gibson 4-3354. or 314 I Baby Sitter-Carol tlodan eat. S.U3. the electric fan. I named as Secretary, a post he has

Sixty-five hp. TrankMn Aircraft ,I Two riders In Sou'h.11te or Riverside I had since being elected to the
):1..... 34 hours since major overhaul en- llonrs. TWO) to 1545. M.., Chester : I ASHORE I Old Mother Hubbard went to the Board last year.
ext. 716, 9-STM.
For, further ext. 8178.Information call Chandler or cupboardTo >

Two women's winter coats complete WHEN: Of MBrUTT: '.."11( ,'r THR get something for her thirst;
with fur collars." One slxe 15, $IO. i f SALVATION ARMY When she got there- INSIDEPUBLIC
Other Is sUe J$. *y>. Call. OConnell.SflWti fNot-New Nuggets I SERVICE MEN'S CLUB The cupboard was bare-

1937 Plymouth roupe. recently overhauled MS WEST ADAM ST. The old man had got there first! i WORKS
a body In excellent condition i And now we come to the I Phone 42104Jacksonville. I
Tires good. Lt. Comdr. Beall. ex'. I (NUGGETS) Little things Fla. A girl isn't necessarily an artist NEWS FROM THE STORK
1012111. for little she I CLUB: Lt. and Mrs. G. A. BusbeeJr.
1 5lx: -ram shingle house, recently redecorated. people darling TH'-." AY. NOtKMIIr.: ; 11th when paints and chisels.
; Has gas: stove refrigerator MAMI-KMTTKO SWEATKKS I ARMISTICE DAY--pen House from : ., were presented with a 7 lb.
, hot water heater, two floor furnace : HAND-KNITTED CAPS 1100 to 1730. Buffet Supper at 1730 She was a second-hand dealer'sdaughter 10' oz., baby boy, Monday 8 Xo-

Good 2844.landscaping.Also a gas circulating Monthly payment healer, I DAINTY DRESSES AND I and to I&V:American. Armistice Legion Begins at I which explains why she I i vember. Lt. Busbee has Joined the

, $J5. And a Stenotype machineCall I SI }-.C.: 2000 Legion Hall. 311 E. Duval St. would not allow much on the old ranks of those playing the role of

; K-IiflS or ext 821S Golden chariots to ride in.Well Wear uniform. I davenport. ':father and mother to his son> ,
Ice tax 75 lr. capacity In excellenttunclltlon. FRIIMY. Xllr.WHKR; : Pith I Greer Albert, III. .
t not but the best
$20. Rjtchfoid. 2-S578:; I golden in 133O- Fishing trip leave for NUypoitJetties I I
2147 Cawley sedan, pond condition $50 lot condition TRAMS. BUGGIES i Outside a little church near Los !. E. C. Tillis, "Brass pole jockey"
for J'.MO! equity, leaving xfite. Aiub.rt I AND STROMKKS. 1830-Horseback riding -G.!. Hayburn- Angeles we noticed the following of Fire Station No. I, became a

2-74F1O. I Visit our nursery departmentfor ers membership open. poster announcing the Sunday's 4 daddy. It was also a boy. Helen
nt >:>!"':R uihHOO
$15. Croiwe, 8-!! >3a. bargains in ...TRITNDLBBKDS. -Flgtkln parade\ hear the scores sermon: "Do you know what hell Thompson who formerly worked In
Cc ,'d. four males. one female. llr>nlg,, I Lease club at !!1O in smaller
1000 to 1400. game with the type was printed: baby girl on October 21st. Another
eat 818.1 5-7828-R.
:3ft'W Chi)'1111'or'' foui-door sedan with radio I Also Tuesday is our commission I charge crowd Service for game men. In uniform-no 1 "Come" in and hear our new organ- former emploEdna (DeWitt).
and ht'litpr..1 shape.!' WMOK sale day. MMM1.0KMIUU:: : Ulh 1st. I Lenahan is visiting her parents
3441A Tu.\ for St., Dewey Park. I _______ 1(1(1() to t2M>-Waffle breakfatt i here with her baby boy. Comdr.R. .
Trn-lnch excellent slide-rule. Ix>g-tog 14AO to IWK)-Hometown hour A sightseeing I "Hell!" said Satan he '
as E. Ford .
duplex. Uoi>' coated. Made of bam- :, answered former Operating Superintendent
)M'u, foreign clchljin., standard. scales, 3 Jacksonville 170O to 17W-Vesper time. the telephone for Public Works,
kiMK condition. Call Luionda. ext 1800 to 100O-Buffet Supper I was presented with a baby boy en
(Continued from Page 1)) IORO to 2000--lA-t. all sing Does husband' In his I October 8th.
your snore Commander and Mrs.
Glean aviation uniform<< size l 37. Twn > 193O to 2L'.tO; -Date time.n1li1' .
|N lrs punts In good condition Chaplain i t Comdr. James T. Riordan, Public MOtr.MKKK; ; 13lh sleep? I don't know; we've only Ford are now stationed in Seattle,
Hewitt, Natal Hospital, ext i been married
1130 a month. Washington A letter received this
-Boullng partChamp.! beginners
\ i'254.Four\ rooms. of furniture kitchen living | Works; Comdr. William S. Johnson : Heies your chance.In First Wave: "I heard that you week from the Fords states they

Horn bedroom sets, all for $350. !'. Public Works; Lt. Comdr. Elmer the club-Game night. went riding with that handsome!' miss good ole Jacksonville an j.

I A.Park Meyn, 38188 Norman St.. IJrwey i \\'. Dalley, Communications; -TI Sightseeing'':.M\Y. :O\IMKMI trIp.: tfith14TO chief last night. Was he careful ?" wish they were here again. The

Black Persian lamb coat and muff Lt. Col. Arba L. Norton, Security; 193O-SkHtlng par>'-"Slotting Wheels Second Wave: "I'll say he was! Fords are missed by all.
Ue 34. $:.2UO. half pi Ice. Chief Cur- Lt. Noma P. Reid. Public Information Club" open lor m mb iihlp. He came to a complete stop at In the Administration Building,
fey ett. 416. Wr.I; :S''IJ.n1IiO: > .;.MKtK 17thweekly every curve."
; Lt. (jg) David L. Hilton, II that "look" on Olive Fleming'sface
Matctied pair of collies Sell as pair or party All hands on deck, o-
rp9.Kberoom Ordnance pretty idyls In sight-Doui' pilies is due to a lost bet on the
h<>u e In !good condition.] Sell Floor show.NOVEMBER I IIi election and it is understood that
equity. Lyon, 8-2: 763. or 2-8433. Captain Lee, the new acting rf.U.; !! NAS Nursery Reopens she is worried about
Brltk house In fine neighborhood Twofcedrooimi. Commander Fleet Air Wing Jax :2Ut-Atl day bus trip to i pay-off.
living room, dining room comes to his duties directly from Silver Springs. Check office or bulletin The loser was to have a thrt .
M all to ell1 appreciate- kitchen and It. Located bath Must at 51.19 w* the joint U. S. Military Advisoryand board for program, trips, ch |II' Schedule Announced ;I table bridge party and Olive saysshe
Avtral St Lt f ijg Shannon Planning Group In Greece. I Following a recent redecoratingthe is going to serve turnip-greens
I> '. and corn-bread for refreshments.
Mnc muh Sacri-
| iiMim suite <>gan\
fTce at $"w'1 \\.npote. e\r. nag. or Or- Commander Shea formerly Pub Into the office. of Irwln Cobb [ Naval Air Station Nursery reopened s l-
Pa :27SIJ&x ; lic Information Officer at the Naval famed its doors to station
nit' k: (the! journalist) rania man person- Ilr mumbled a few horde ia
Air Advanced Training Com- Mho tray introduce an Mr. nel's kiddies last week church. He was married.

mand graduated from the Naval of PnttowatomieCounty. Ka JIik"j Nursery hours are: Ilr
I' I mumbled few
:k Air News' a uonU !In his
Academy at Annapolis with the -IlkM, huh," "aid'Cobb. Monday and Tuesday 07301SOO. sleep. He va \orced.
Editorial Office* class of 1932. He served as Air yon know what ue do with Hick .

.. South Winff. Lnuer Deck Pilot Officer aboard the USS here In X. Y. C. ?" I II Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- "'.. .ter Say*-

- Bid?. D30 Lexington-and prior to coming to "No" said lllrk, "1 can't say day 07302400. Passion. : A feeling you feel when

Teph*.ne- laten.inn-SISI Jacksonville, he was CommandingOfficer I that I d... But 1 know' what I do Saturday--0730.0100. you feel you sere going to feel a

ft '. Dan lann/il '.. .EditorCrwt of the USS Orca. with Cfthb out In Kansas." : Sunday12002230.. feeling yon haJIf''f'r. felt before*
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l'a'rhang.., .h Sports -

Bftb Rne-rt ....... start Writer STALEMATE By Ed HuthM, LI3 "Full Bacl/ I
AIR NM\: S I III publifherl
weekly at the L':. S. :Naval: Air SUltrn .,,
'arlt'omlHe: Florida, and printed -
rnmmeicUiry with nonappioprUterflunri '
..l no ."p."H to the .overnmenl 3 a ""
and! In ('nm"II nc.'e with SvcNa CncuUr 1 1t d'
letter 43-M18 dated 12 December 13-15.!
C"'K-II are distributed free of criaife.
at Ih. Naval Air Station, the Naval V js.
Air Resete Training.... the lead- ::
iiunrteis of the Natal Air Advanced 1 e)
Training C mm,.n.t. Naval Auxiliary
Alt !Station, CV.-II Field and the U. S.
Naval rrndrtUITVe .

JAX AIR NEWS a member'
lite Ship KdlFnrtal AMoeUtlo. and
the! Aimed i'oirvs Ser\k. h.-
lwedntil.)n of material from these <. .. err, I
,. paw",. nuwt hears eredlt U".. Aep.*>- I
1tc1t"' ,. f>l other mailer, except k yM
.l... pwivlk-allOM Is |..t4 lfclt 4 with- ..", '
ui m i niixsiXin of Editor; JAX AIR ci a






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I Jax-Navy Cage Squad ", ,-

Has 25-Game ScheduleThe Sc w
1948-49 edition of the +
Jax-Navy Fliers basketball'' 21-22--Memphis f iConf. i : nb
quintet will play a schedule of there. l

2fi games in the coming sea- Jan. 24--Cherry Point Marines

son, 12 of which will be played here
Jan. 25 Stetson
on the hardwood of the there

NATTC Auditorium and 13 games Jan. 28.29 Corpus Chl'lstlCont.
will be played on the road. ( .) there.

The schedule is packed with Feb. 2-Turner Air Force, there. eP "N f w rP C Js
some of the best hoop fives in the Feb. 3-Parris Island, there. .
territory, but Jax-Navy will have Feb. 5 Georgia State Teachers, .
nothing; to worry about. From all here.
appearances the Fliers will be one Feb. 9-Georgia State Teachers
of the best to ever represent the there.
Air Station The locals will have i' Feb. 12 Pensacola (Cont.)
some very classy ball handlerson here.
the squad. I Feb. 14-Cherry Point Marines

NAS hoopsters are practicing in there.
the NATTC Gym every evening I Feb. 16-Southern College here.
1730 and anyone who is interested Feb. 18-19-Memphis (Conf.),
aid had had basketball experience I here
should contact "Ace" Woolbrightat Feb. 21-Turner Air Force, here. > v ;: -rf tfW iTs fwlfsSKrW

Building 726. Ii Feb. 22 Southern College, "**i|$, : 7 4t < "- $ J&m .f '

Schedule for this season: there. I 5r'Y .axfi'v .,M r. c ,rea... .. .b k.
Dec. 15: Green Cove her'e.Jan. Feb. 25.26 Corpus Christi, .
w bSv
11-Orlando Air Forces, ht're.Ft
there. 28--Camp Lejeune, here. w
Jan. 14-15 Pensacola (Conf.) I Mar 3-Camp Lejeune tht>l".
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NAS Bowlers Can Use

Touch Football Officers Lanes Until

O&R Repairs Are CompleteWith : :: _
Opens 'S.- rfr.
the Enlisted Men's bowl- c.
ing alleys closed for repairs, it :
<< Hospital Win was announced this week by the I I t te"
Physical Training and Recreation
that Enlisted Person-
Intra-mural touch football I Department
rv may now use the Officers Bowl-
broke into the NAS sportlight: ing Alleys next to the station

last week with a pair of slam- Hobby Shop. The alleys will be

bang contests on the Mat open from 1600-2200 Monday < J'CA '. C w3'i
through Friday, and 1430 to 2200 N
Area gridiron.In .
Saturday and Sunday.
the two opening clashesof I All departments are urged to
the season, a highly-touted I tart Bowling Teams for the com
Hospital seven swamped the NAS I ling station Intra-mural Bowling'
Marines, 13-6, and the Marine League. Additional informationcan
Barracks team dropped its opener :',: be had by contacting Chief
to a strong hard charging O&R Baxter at ext. :585.:
crew. 136. I I I

A see-saw battle was waged in SCORING: The value of a touclidoun :1JN -
the Marine-O&R tilt with the sailors I! ua flied at nix points iu "" -TIlE JAX-NAVY" 1 S. CIIKKRY- ; I 'rtijt, ltthe Gator- Bowl last Sunday. Dave Barksdale

coming from behind to take 1912; the value of a field goal Has played an important part on the defensive side of the game while Hop Holden, one of the leading back
the count from the Marines. The : set at three points in 1909. The field men In yardage gained was in top form when carrying the ball on tho offensive. In the top
leathernecks opened up with a value of a safety was r tabli>lied photo, Barksdale has just knocked down a Devildog pass in the second quarter of the game, haltinga
pass barrage -vhich netted them 6 at two points, and a goal from Marine aerial "TD" drive. Holden, a possible interceptor, is shown in the center of the picture being
points before the game was sev- I touchdown valued at one point, in i tackled on the 50 yard line. In the lower photo, also taken in the second quarter, Holden is hidden behind
eral minutes old. A long pass 1897. The score of, a forfeited the scrimmage linemen. On the play he picked up 14 yards through the middle of the line
from Buesing to Shiflet was the game, 1 to 0, was established in -------- -- ----- ----
and the Marines were unable I 1 08.FOICWAKD.

With to score four from minutes then remainingIn on. I I PASS. : Introducedin Fliers Take Fifth Straight

but restricted
the first half Gibson, brilliant 1906, elaborately
at that time.
O&R back went for pay dirt to

knot the tally at 6-all. ernecks back 27 additional yards.: In Win Over Cherry Point
The Marines took the kick-off The final O&R drive netted the :
in the second half and startedto sailors the game-winning TD, with ,

drive down field until the hard a perfect toss from Gibson to Mar ___ __ I
smashing O&R defense threw Ma- tin standing alone in the end zone. --- --

rine halfback Waggone for a 20- The conversion split the crossbarand
Anderson Scores Twice To sweeping around the ends'!
yard loss. On two successive plays' the O&R lads walked off with Andy
Moor Goes Over
the O&R combo drove the leath- their initial win of the campaign.
_u___ __ - -- Pace Locals In 26-6 Contest Moore, Flier! end, Holden and

I NO PADS? UGH! I Uy CIIET IASCHANi; Beineman carried the ball to within

;,; : .. ; ', ,, "i1l It was "Derby Day" for the Jax-Navy Fliers at the Ga- a foot of the goal line and ,
'' ,', :t ,, Moore, on an end-around, took a
I '' tor Bowl last Sunday, as the fleet-footed ponies from Coach -

.: ,t#( Don Jacka's Blue and Gold stable crossed the twin stripes hand-off from Beineman, went i
; wide around right end and cut back
four times in their 26-6 stampede over the Cherry Point
I' ';.. : through tackle to go over standing!
,;: Marines. up. Once more Bartell leaped up to
: :- ;:,:' Held scoreless in the first period, the Jax-Navy. squadlet block Tisdale's attempted conver-
fly in the second to trim the -- -

invader down to practically good. sion.The Cherry Pointers finally

I ing. Scoring twice in the noth.1 Anderson! Sciorrsi Again scored in the last minute of the
Lr T again in the fourth, the Fliers A 75 yard running and passing game. Following an eight yard
the lead from start to attack succeeded in the third pass from Puckett to Simmons

Unable to cross after several quarter and Anderson plowed over which brought the ball to the

threats, the Cherry Pointers put for another score. Tisdale kickedhis Navy 41, Simmons took a short
i touchdown bent aerial at- aerial from Puckett to
on a score
second and last extra for
M1P. point
ra I. ta 'k that paid off with only 12 through the middle of the line.
.9 the afternoon and Navy was in the
: seconds'! of play remaining in the lead" 14.0Jerry Mike Selgert's kick was low and
I game.i wide.
Walterskirchen started
i I Tackle Wilbur Sweat, center Navy outclassed the Marine i.i
I Jax-Navy team down the field
Ii 'Dave Barksdale, and Joe Sinko, I II yardage gained rushing, totalinga
for its third score. Going hlbh in
I guard spearheaded the defensive I 161 yards to a 105 for the Ma-
the air to intercept a from I
I attark in the Flier forward wall pass I rines. But Cherry Point evened it
I Andy Anderson scored the first Devildog: quarterback Wilburn up by picking up 137 yards \ .a
Puckett, he lateralled to
"TD" in the second period follow George II aerial route to Jax-Navy's 90
I Kinnear who streaked down the
ing Flier back, Pat O'Rourke's interception yards gained in passing.
it field for 45 yards and crossed
it'I' of a Marine pass which I I .
standing Richard Bartell,
up. playing
4a was tossed by Tom Shephard,
Cherry Point backfield man. Not a good defensive' game for the SCUIMMAGK:: Sub>tltuted for .
'iFSf'C' Marines blocked the attempted Kugby scrum la 1880. The posi l lI
SM'TIlC after O'Rourke's
Yalw" t !.wTk kick by Tisdale. tion. of the playerrre named:
' :MAIUNKS; TAKK th. offensive In their second game of Anderson flipped a 17 yard I The pre>> * 'I' NAS. In the that to Holden who carried the The Fliers went 65 yards for a "
the touch football season here at the picture was pass "end n1("" ; tadlt'M't're c-all l"nextlowid"
taken during the game between O&R and the Marines, the Ma- ball only five yards from scor- fourth quarter score with B lw. and, later "tark-
'lb rinm have just started a play that netted them 45 yards. Left to ing. Anderson bucked the middle mari and Hutchinson flipping lora"; thin' center was called 11
". right: La Vinge, Shiflet and Buesing carrying the ball The O&R: for tho six points, Tisdale kicked deadly passes and Holden and "w'nt 'r," but the guard were
squad won tho game 13 to 6. for the conversion and made it Bcineuian picking>> up yardage by, "l1e t-tu-t "tt'rih"Page


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