Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1948
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
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System ID: UF00028307:01663

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Vol. 6-No, 15 8 July 1948

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval District

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I Air Station Contributes $1,245-ToCancer Fund Drive) I

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>;:.: ) :?ifi;:: ; ,' ATD Heads List

Of Departments;

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A&R, Supply Next
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:1 All Hands Deserve To

Be Commended Says

Chaplain A. C. Boyer

Naval Air Station personnel

""'..... both military and civilian,

t once again dug down and gavp-
generously in support of afundraising
t t campaign here,

; -. nbl a report by Chaplain A. C.
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: nil chairman of the NAS
t ) 'Ifittl Boyer,
t. ,t. : :<:" ." i American Cancer Society

i ...: ''k. Fund Drive, indicated last
\ ::::.': t:; : week. Though overlapping the

Navy Relief,Society's annual
appeal for contributions the

Cancer campaign netted a
kz total of $1,245 from station

personnel, Chaplain Boyer re-

:; r: : ported.The .
contributions were converted -
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to a cashier's check and turned
over to Lt. Carl C. West,
? Seventh Naval District representative -
i for the Cancer drive. He. in
j' k .i' : turn, will\ forward the Air Stain l'I1
contribution to the American Cancer -

I ,. "' Society
1 Donations from the Aviation
Training Department were far in
ALL HANDS mustered j jon J tion (Left I As Comdr. excess of any other activity
the Parade Grounds i C. E. Robertson, Superintendent aboard. ATD chipped in a total of
last Friday morning for r r L'# R1.NARTUMARINES of Aviation Training $314.78 to fight cancer. Secondon
Captain A. I. Malstrom's li r looks on. Captain the list was Assembly and Repair -
first Personnel Inspection j 1 j Malstrom pins a pair of with 28606. Supply was in
the designation of 34 j' : Navy wings on Lt. Austin third place, having contributed
students as Naval Avia- I' L. Detweiler. I Right I $21788 toward the drive. Other
tors, and to hear the new The new skipper reads! departments vthich" participated
Commanding officer read j his orders over the loud- in the campaign were Yard Office
his orders to assume I speaker. (Bottom) The & Fire Department-$10360.: Public -
command of the Jack- I inspection party walks in Works $68, Inspection -
sonville Naval Air Sta- front of the landing force $58.50. Executive Department -
j Continued( on Page :3))
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Marine Air Detach- Will Be Elected 2 Auga
I close air support ground troops
ment and Marine Fighting since combined exercises will beheld
., Squadron 144 of the Naval with the Second Marine Di- The annual election] for
the employees in that group The group. These petitions must be
Air Reserve Training Unit I' vision stationed at nearby Camp shop committees will be held four groups are Assembly and Repair submitted to one of the election
here will leave Saturday for Lejeune. Squadron pilots will fly throughout the station on 2 Public Works, Supply, and supervisors. The names signed to
the Marine Corps Air Stationat I the squadron aircraft to the maneuver :.: August and the nominationsfor Mlsce\1an\ (ous. I a petition will be held in strict
remainder of.
area and the '
I Nominations will be made by confidence by the election officials
Cherry Point, North Caro- personnel will be transported. committeemen will be I
I Ithe the submission of a petition nam- Each department head of NAS
Jina to participate in the an- In Marine Corps and Navy type open for one week beginning ing one or more nominees signed has designated an officer and a
nual eastern maneuvers of transport aircraft. today and ending Wednesday. by not less than 5 per cent of the sutfifient number of civilians to
the Marine Air Reserve.Lt. The maneuvers at Cherry Point 14 July] it was announced employees In the department <>i (Continued on Page 3)
I will be but half of the yearly man- ,. -
Col. Robert A. Black will | euvers. Later this summer all Ma- this week by the Industrial HANDS OVER CANCER CHECK I
head the Marine Air Detachmentwhile rine Reserve squadrons west of Relations Department.
Major T. E. Mobley Jf., I (Continued. on Page 2)) I Four shop committees will\ be
skipper of VMF-144. will head his -- --- each
I NOTICE 1 elected composed of the
squadron in the Reserve exercises three individuals receiving the
which are scheduled from The long holiday weekend i: i highest number of votes cast by
10 to 21 July. About 45 officers I I made It necessary to rut thet
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and 125 enlisted Marines are ex- ., t site of this issue of the JAX
pected to make the trip to Cherry I i, Alit NT\VS to four pages Next Fleet Reserve
' Point. week's paper will again be
si t This year's maneuvers will be a right full pages and will con- Caucus
test of mobilization of the Marine i. I taut all our regular ftattireswhich Regional .
Air Reserve and will also be usedto 1 had to !><> omitted from
:r bring the squadron up to date the current Issue i Slated Saturday ;
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the latest I developments
on ___ ___ -- --- --- --- --- ---- Scores of delegates from 20 flr
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!! Southeastern branches of the I

;: Free Smokes For USNH Patients Fleet heading Reserve for Jacksonville Association from are I

points as far south as Coco Solo,
The (1, S. Naval hospital here was Included In the militaryand
as far north as Charleston andas
recelvwl Camel cigarettes last week I I r
veterans hospitals which
far west as Corpus Christi this
of the It. J. Reynolds Tobacco ('0, 1 --( :
through the courtesy week to attend the annual Caucusof j I
Each week, the manufacturers of Camels send.mokes to the Southeastern Region to ,
servicemen and veterans Jn various hospitals throughout the elect a regional vice-president it
country. It U a continuation of the company' "Thanks To The was announced by James E. 'un- ?
Yank program of World War II when a million (cigarette dy, president of Branch 91 | ; T'
were sent overseas every week. The Jacksonville branch will be
The Camels, 3.50; packages, were distributed to patientson host at the Caucus which will beheld ,r
the wards last Thursday by Ked Cross workers Announcement j this Saturday at the SemI'
that the smokes were being sent to the Naval Hospital In inole Hotel in downtown Jackson-I
Jacksonville was made on two Camel' 1 radio programs last ville. A dinner at 1900 will prE'-1 j \
\ week-the Hob Hawk Quiz Show and the \auglin Monroe Show. cede the Caucus. The Ladies Aux- -'. ,:J
..'. Incidentally, the featured vocalist on the new Vaughn Monroe iliary will stage a separate dinI'I CHAPLAIN A, ('. IlOYKIt, chairman ot the American Cancer
program 1 Is Connie Halne, niece of Kd Clements, managerof ner and Caucus simultaneously. Society Drive at NAS right, smiles happily as he turns over a check
the Station Bank Miss Halnes, during her last visit to Jacksonville George Bf Chaney, current regional I for $1,215 to Lt. Carl C West, Seventh Naval District campaign
In January, entertained hospital patients here by singIng vice-president and president I representative The check represents the contributions of militaryand
In a number of ward of Branch 22 at Pensacola, will civilian personnel at the Naval Air Station raised during the
-- (Co.tluu 'l on Page 3)) I drive to fight the dread disease.

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1b' f' (This H.>.-k'* riilumn .In ilrtutrd to the NAKIT' klli nkerprrii who keep fh j
planes and futilities In readiness. for the "'..k.rnd \\'.rrlom.-Fit.: )
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::' SUMMERTIME: the living at wholesale prices\ should contact "
ain't easy. All hands have just one of these<< two lmme
1&f secured from our most successful ately.
anniversary celebration and are Red Wiggings of the electronics) ,

$ _a heading right for those active I shop has more ideas about recruiting "
duty periods when our week-end than the draft board Wig 1

r ; brethren come out to stay for a is responsible for a good many

L couple of weeks each. The Marine guys in our squadrons associating' .

fighter squadron heads north ,I' themselves with the Naval Air
: on the 10th for the annual Cherry Reserve. He's a pretty versatileguy
.. I Point maneuvers arid things :I too. In addition to electronics << -

< "t- i are really humming around Hangar .l and recruiting, he's a crack-

"' ..it : : II 113. When the sun gets hot, erjack cartoonist. ,

j : we just get a little bit hotter, Bob McCook of Ground Training 1

: ; .. and this summer, throughout the predicts that aviation technical I II

< .. ; ;i( United States, the annual active I training will be vf'r'ery pop ..
,; ;> ; duty periods of Naval and Marine ular this summer. That depart- .

.. ... ,-- Air Reservists<< loom as a tremendous ment has been moved to Building:

DOES IT SEEM: ; AS though you've seen this photo before ? You have -on Oie cover of the July operation 158 which is completely air con-

i issue of Naval Aviation News And if you study the standing head on the *Week-end: Wingtalk" CHAMPS GALORE-NARTU's I ditioned. Guess "that's why Bob

column, you'll notice that this picture was also used by the artist who sketched the column mastheadfor athletic officer, Lt. Comdr. "Tuf- manages to keep cool at all times

NARTU. The planes belong to Fighting 52 of the local NARTU and are piloted by Lt Jack Colter, fy" Thompson, is particularly STYLE NOTE. Has everyoneseen

Lt. (Ijg) Harreil Joines, Lt. Charlie Baffield, and Ens. Bob Ossowski. The photo was shot' by Sey- proud of the fine array of young those new "\Vf'ekend'ar- .

mour V. V. Toole, AF1, from the rear cockpit of an SB2C flown by Lt. Jack Hestllow, NARTU Operations athletes now representing NARTU rior" decals which are exact replicas -
Officer It is believed that the Jax NA RTU is the first Naval Air Reserve! outfit to makea on Jax-Navy teams. "Tu" '" can of the sign atop our hAn- .

front cover of NANews. really wax enthusiastic when he gar ? They really give a lot of zip '
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describes how E. O. Williams,
AD3, copped the Seventh Naval lopy.

I I-CCommerciul Bulletin District singles tennis title and ing one should contact Lt. Comdr
I "J CHAPLAINS' how he was runner-up in the Bartlett, NARTU Personnel<< Officer -
Lt Comdr. Bartlett and
Iliillrtln* will, be arfrptttl until space has been filled, hut not i] Florida AAU tourney. He also
than HMK Tii dav., K\t. $g30. I likes to forecast that a new ad- Red Wiggins certainly deserve
I CORNER dition to NARTU, John Larnerd lots of credit for the model Cor-

FOR SALEThietroom FOR KENT Munoz Duval County singles sair perched on one of our station

-. -- "-- -- champ for '47, is going to do to wagons And while we're giving
use'IrHIIt'1 with hot Vacancy for two men, and board.
heater butane gas stove, pun Good meals served family *t>'le. A STORY TO REMEMBERA bring tennis honors to the local credit, we'd like to give a vote of
flan Insulation, recently covered Also maid service and running hot country father was sorely Navy. John looked awfully good thanks to the galley cooks who did
with aluminum and a new top. Maybe I water. Phone 2-1208 and ask for troubled by the sudden way- I winning his first Navy competition such a marvellous job in baking ", I
at Cherries Fishing Carop.located Mis Word
keen that four-foot NARTU
ward tendencies of his youngson. against Whiting Field If you birthdaycake.
<< one mile below Orange Park FIeIoom"bungalow; one blOCk from .
wi Route 17. or ask for C. H. Horne bus line, available for six months As they stood one day on switch the subject to that other It was delicious, and the
Shop 749 upper deck of Hangar only. Completely furnished Will the back porch of their humble popular summer sport, swimming very first piece which was sliced

123 near couth Hide of building.. tent to couple with no children. rural home, the father said "Tufty" immediately starts talk- at the Florida Beauty Bowl by '..
$110 per month. For further Information glumly: about that famed "Miss Florida" was enjoyed by >
1041 four-dooi DeSoto custom sedan call J. R. Tra\er. 2-28b5. ing already
with radio healer, new seat covers, Several, rooms upstairs' -In a pilvate "Joe, I don't know what's trio of NARTU seventeenyearolds none other than Fuller Warren.

lun rd MOO paint miles.Job and$<*then.*0. Can Has be been fin home. Couple preferred Mrs. Acosta, got into you lately. You slack Ray Trindade. Billy Cling- You know, most birthday rakes t

itm-ed..CaJI 1 J3iook _. 3-14iX, I phone 2.1964.13edloom your work. You're impudent to enpeel and Charlie Carrol. Ray, as of such size are never completelyeaten )
ndkltche.FOI' further In- your ma; you'd even give me I you perhaps know, is going after but we can testify that ,
ltitrlhe five-loom frame house In a formation call Mr. Tucker; 7.7794. some of lip if dared. honors this and every succulent crumb of the t
lovely setting of feel shrubs, andfiowera. your you Olympic year, everyone -
Fenced-ln back>'.aid I II Ideal -our-bt'droom- se In Crtega "wt'fii Ypu seem to try everything justto at NARTU is rooting for NARTU cake was consumed at "
for children .and pets Convenient toAll' all-electric kitchen. Completely fuinlshed the Coronation Ball to which all
\ with a beautiful yaid. Phone provoke your ma and me. him. We might add that no one is
hutches.Station.VMI1 store Fell at schools a bargain Davis 2.9632.Apartment Whipping doesn't seem to do rooting harder than that old-time hands were invited ,:

price for quick sale. Immediate possession : on HAS route, near stores no good, and I don't like to do Hiving great, Bill Meneke. Bill is I I
Call F. A. Mueller, AMC and city bus lines. Will accept one it nohow. Now, I'm going to try Ray's uncle and has brought him -,'

at .-fc-1710.> - \liTuict\2-T3lS.: : ._ __ something else, just for a along carefully for years. The ,.
Furnished Rlverrlvale- Comic Character <
Baby Tenda bassinette. stioller, and upstairs with bedroom in change. You see .hat joist over proof of such careful coaching lies Strip ,
side apartment
playpen. Also. general be seen householdfurnishings. anvtlme.! bath Children welcome. Call Mrs. the kitchen door there? Well, I in the fact that Ray has won so Based On C, O. Of NARTU "

Salvall, 'naGII Ave., Dewey M.J. Bailey at 7-5732 after 1800.TNOOm every time you do something many state and national honors

Pat.. "". apartment with"semlprl-,. ornery I'm going to drive a nail and has not, as yet, reached his A new character: "Captain
-Anchor-- brand! wardrobe trunk-- -,- poetically vate bath.Points Block Call and Mrs one-half Feagle fiomFive 7- in that plank. And wheneveryou eighteenth birthday. With Bill Freddyjax", appeared In the

iww. Call J. K. Heard at 8- 3264 do something nice or righton and Lt. Paul King of NAS Physical popular aviation romir strip,

2>*S._- I + --N1SCELLANEOUS your own hook, I'm going to Training, watching over their "Smilin Jack", lat Saturday.

W win ,at Southslde, near l..oretto. I pull a nail. That way we can all progress, everyone feels that the I Mlle wan the leader of a cross
Beautiful dairy 01 estate site. Ravine Slnfing lessons at reduced- r l for see how your record stands. NARTU triumvirate, representing country flight week-end warriors -

I blanches of Jullngton through property Creek Valuable beginning I service Instruction.personnel. Specialized Individual train-and Maybe you'll get wise to your- Jax-Navy in the swim world, is !I to Floyd Bennett Field In

rdaelyl timber. Welldrained. I Ing group for the beginner or experienced self, but I dunno." getting the very best coaching I Brooklyn, New York In ease
; all ot subdMde.rlte Iln fI'. Serge Botowsky, phone 7- At first Joe seemed unlm- available. NAS follower of /ark 1\101'-
\\ Harry' E. Janard, Rt 7, Box I' 7864.! pressed, and a clusaer of nails I ley's
Getting back to "Tuffy" Thump strip in the local morning
441Jacksonville.__ _!:>_ __ :ANTED-Two 'girl. getting i
to help In began to spread over the board. son, however, his particular pride paper) haven't already guessed, :r .
Sunbeam electric shaver, never been Christmas card orders Mrs.Ra.mond Then something happened to the and I the character IN modeled i ''
bottle Conaway. 12J4B HancockSt. joy seems to be the NARTU new .'
w' d. $10; baby buggy $7.50;
eterlll/er I 32. See R vV. Boy, 1244 A .. NAS.- boy. All at once seeing his sdftball team. By the time this after Captain Frederic U' 'r 1i

_Hanwckjst..!... NAS. __ _,_ I WANTED-141\ 01' '42 car,- Prefer father, without comment, make issue of the Jax Air News goes to rrientman, NAKTU skipper And :- '::..:
Baby bed and buggv. Can be seen at I Ford, Chevrolet, or Plymouth In for the hammer and hearinghis press, we'll all know whether or long-time friend of rartoonltMotley. .,

_jtMllerj4!... Dewey_parkUlstram.. _! ._ 7b8 good, or condition see McClure and priced at 3819A light. Nor-Ext. pound another entry into not they are the station champs. ". .
Bf.thlnette. In excellent condition, $8. man Street, Dewey Park the record seemed to get onJoe's It's embarrassing to make a pre- '

Tnone_.!: Mrs Veinetat' _2-JU03.,___ LOST-Lady's( white pl r containing- nerves.! He grew uneasy, diction when said prediction will
Two officer' uniforms, and valuable papeis. Finder please contact then ashamed, then regretful.He be printed after the big game is
khakis she* 37. $.0 lot greens both Mrs. Chief Ne\\ berry at Ma Inside resolved to reform. Now it over, but we're willing to stick our Jax Air r News
Werner phone 22003. became a pleasant experience ;
necks out and that the
__ : say strong
LOST :-Small black coin pUll e-t In
him to his father
for see always
Bfthlnetle and electric: recording ma- phone booth at Ships Service.\ It right arm of big Mack Murraywill Editorial: Offlecs
ihine MI'.. Fouls, liliB HancockSt. contain money which Is travelingpay without comment pull nails, pitch our boys to victory and South Wing Lower l) MKUIg. '
.. -NAS. for transfer from California, allwe with the claw hammer. the championship And speakingof 9 OTt'I"llhone
furniture W: C.McHenrv had Finder please leturn to be
Three rooms of See Joe happened to steppingonto softball there's talk
3707B Riley Ave, PeweyPmk. John Reddy, 4443 Herschel Street, the porch the day the last some x'"n..lon-818'
around NARTU about
J acklon\lilt'. Fla. Reward changing
drawn- Arthur M. Greene Editor
nail was being ,
Chief Odum's rate to Chief Rooter. -
"See, son," remarked the father Odum isn't sure he deserves the The JAX AIR NEWS is pub- .

gently, "all the nails are title, though. He maintains he lished weekly at the U. S. Naval ,
gone. Your record is clean." has a tough time at ball games I Air Station Jacksonville Florida
O r 0 0 00 "No, Dad," observed Joe sadly, yelling louder than the NARTU I and printed commercially with r

"not clean. The nail holes are "exec." non-appropriated funds at no expense -
still there!" to the government and in "'
: TIIK :SJ-WS-Sey.
CSS mour Van Vorst Toole, Jr, NAR compliance with SeeNav Circular ''
MAINSIDE AUDITORIUMM TU's Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December <.
intrepid photog, pulled a bit
NARTUContinued of reverse English a coup of : 1945. Copies are distributed free ..\ -
: W *kM-1730 and 2000; \H'f'k-f'ntlH swwl 204M. ( rom Page 1) I weeks ago. Seymour has been of charge at the Naval Air Sta- v ..
THURSDAY other tion, the Naval Air Reserve TrainIng ::;.h
snapping people's picturesfor "
the Mississippi will conduct jointmaneuvers
T1OGA KID with E Dean and R. Ates. Unit, the Headquarters of the
at the Marine Corps lo, these many years, but recently Naval Air Advanced Training f

FRIDAY Air Station at El Toro, California, HE was photographed between Command the
"THE CHECKERED COAT," starring Tom Conway. during the period 7.21 August the mayor of Jacksonville Seventh ,Naval Headquarters District, Naval
Beach and the Democratic nomineefor
SATURDAY 1948. I Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, ,
MIDDlE SHOW AT 1330. "WHIRLWIND RAIDERS," with One of the phases to be observed governor of Florida. For a and the U S. Naval Hospital t

Charles SUrrett. Feature, "CORONER'S CREEK," starring Randolph during the maneuvers will be sample of Toole's aerial photography I :, 1
('ott. the introduction of new talent in- i look elsewhere in this edition '
Captain A. I. Vlahttrom. Commanding ; '
of the Jax Air News for a -
SUNDAY' to the Marine Air Squadrons for Jacksonville Naval Air Station '
the meneuvers will see men with photo of a flight of NARTU fighters -
"CORONER'S CREEK, starring Randolph Scott. ?l'
which in also
MONDAY out prior military service taking cur- Captain C. M. Schaar. (MO. L'Stf, "
part alongside the seasoned combat rent cover of Naval Aviation Commanding U. S. Naval Hospital
"BAD SISTER. with M. Lockwood.TUESDAY veteran, News.

AM WEDNESDAY I Frank Meaner was hardly Impressed Captain. F. W. Prlestman USSR! ,
'"SITTING PRETTY" featuring Robert Young. by the array of beauty Commanding Naval Air Reserveraining
s a oAt contestants which visited NAR- ? Unlt .
JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM TU on the occasion of our anniversary

I He maintains he had a lot Ut. (4)1. T. C. Moore Jr.. L'SMC,
the Marion" Chapels. Hi'r mint ham Commanding Marine Banacki
(Nov '4'1|Mo enlisted personnel l and -
Shovt start at 200O.) i I'relestut I "Mr. Sport Shirt" than Rosemary! ;
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY \\ttrkhlp Sei'Ice Chaplain R L. Carpenter had in winning "MlslIFlorida" Lt Col. Robert A. Black :
Murphy I Commanding )'I Detachment :
THE IRON CURTAIN," starring Gene Tierney.SATURDAY : 1045-- Oiwral Worship S -ivice, -Chap- honors RT.tlr
lain F. I.. Albeit Chief "Woody" and Jim Brown .
"WHIRLWIND RAIDERS," with Charles Strrett.SUNDAY I COO- Sunday School Small Chapel aren't practicing up to become I The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of .
Cath.hcA7 members of the Rhythm Boys the Ships Editorial:: Association and '
((>-Mas* the Aimed Force Press Seivlce R.'f.
"THE CHECKERED COAT" starring! Tom Ccmway.MONDAY I l fit--Maas Quartet. No air, those strange and production of material from these "
AND TUESDAY"CORONER'S Ctwll Jnln J. M Coyle will offMate eerie cries that you're apt to hear source must bear a credit line RepubIfcatlon .
CREEK," featuring Randolph Scwtt. : at both Masse around the base are "Woody" of other matter, except byservice f
for small Ahll.I i
An outiJo Nursery and Brown publication, la prnhlbltedwithout
WEDNESDAY fl'HI It maintained between J1I1j and) doing their hog calling. permission of Editor JAX AIR \
TAD SISTER," with M. Lockwood I 1.11JO: Anyone interested In pork chops NEWS




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Quite a few of our "old timers" line Dries-em--Emmett Tracy has really missed something: It
checked out this past week missed the big Red
\ J der who she is ? you monthly
Bright sayings: Steen told Gil- for sea duty. We were sorry! to Cross dance last week. The Rainbow -
bert, our former rentcollectorfor have them leave us and sincerelywish I Lena Geddings celebrated an- Girls from Jacksonville were
7' the professional insurance, them the best of luck in other birthday. How many does plenty cute, the "music wMat
that make Lena? We to I
are glad
that he was replaced by a hole-in- their new locations. R. W. Strad- I made your feet dance" was playedby
Callie and Roberts back
the-wall; the new box drops ley, ADC, and J. J. Sutton, ADC, see to the Malnslde band, and the refreshments -
work after several of illness.
Guess most of you saw the were transferred Fatuxent Riv- j furnished and served
',- ? "They'll)) Do It Every Time" car- er, Maryland; W. M. Deel. AMC, Our dear inspector Sniffy almost by Canteen Corps were delicious.D. '!.
died while on leave. He used to
toon suggestion that Jimmy Hat- and F. N. Johnston ADC, were Archer and Don Schroder
love N. J., but that Florida sand
Jo used in a recent Jax Journal. transferred to Bermuda; R. B. using a July 4th theme did themselves -
in his shoes wouldn't shake out
The idea was sent' in by our own Woodward, AMC and C. A. Ingle, so proud on the decorations
he had to rush back to
cartoonist, Hartley Steeves. ADC, were transferred to Quonset recuperateat Watch the calendar, fella., we
We all
Incidentally, Hartley is celebrating Point; V. A. Mathieu, ADC, wentto some fishing lodge the have these dances once a month.
know that Belote is best fish-
the fact that he now owns his Coco Solo, Canal Zone; J. H. I Monday night, 12 July, at 1900,
erman around, but take note of
own home, but completely. Twelve Booth AMC, was transferred to you have your favorite tournament
this new back seat he has taken.
years ago he started with one Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; R. C. coming up. Yep, it's that ole good
Charlie Adams is the best
,, acre of land on which he built his Drouin, ADC, to Atlantic City; I now by game of cribbage. Be at the Recreation -
far--20 Ibs. of red bass to Belote's -
( present abode and titled the whole and S. H. Krzesowtak, AMC, to Hall on time and try for
wet line and dead bait. .
"The' Backacre." Now after Oceana, Virginia the
thing, prize.
I The Instrument Shop welcomes J.
more than a decade, Hartleycan Three new men were welcomedinto A. Pace, A. J. Lukaszewsk and Say, you've heard of girls get

cease worrying about home the department last week, Inspector Chief Sacks. Hope you ting rushed at dances well at _
and only be concerned C. L. Coon ( the last dance found this to
t AMC, comes to us will like The we
new jobs. part-
i \ .ymE'ntl'l repairs, damages, ad- from the USS Princeton; C. C. ing words are, I'll get you next be In reverse. The girls rushedj
removals, and so forth. Drumright, ADC from San Fran- !! week. j our friend Lane like mad. He is'

Charlie Pait. of the Twilight cisco, California; and D A. Reid, I19" still trying to figure out why h.
Time Team on WOBS made his SA comes to us from A&R to become Planning. DitUion by VjnonaSpnrlock got so popular all of a sudden
first appearance in a radio playon the department messenger.We If -It seems that the old PATIENT OF THE WEEK-It

WJVB, the Beach station, I lastweek. sincerely hope all of you will A&R-the new O&R is really wasn't hard to pick the "patientof

.y. . Retired: George Frederick (I enjoy working: with us. rallying to support' the contest now the week" this time. We chose"
; Schrader. who came to civil Glad to have Chief Martin on-at least it does have everyone a man who has been here 7J/

service a couple of days before Chief Chimarusti Chief and speculating and wondering just months but In that time, has
Christmas, 1918. George began as Chief Cook back from leaves. what will happen from here on. I spread a lot of personality and
Chaz Harris has
a storeman at the Key West Naval We're all already started friendship around the compound.We .
sure you enjoyed yourselves. -
Station but transferred in a few serenading the "Sweetheart of0&R" speak of Oliver F. Greene
years to the Naval Proving Ias( yet unknown) on his ME3.
"'e hope each one of you hada daily morning broadcast. He willgive
Grounds in Dahlgren, Virginia. In Before coming to the hospital
C1 December, 1940, he effected his glorious Fourth! 'Twas a good a running account of how the Greene was stationed at Green
thing while it lasted wal' 't, It? contest Is going and has
prom- .
one other transfer, which was to Cove Springs. Our friend Is a
fit- I I I ised the
this station, and he graduated last 1 winner that maybe she Floridian--Orlando to be exact.
z, week, the first of July after thir- I can have a spot on the air with Uncle Sam managed to get him
ty years of service in Government INSIDE him and. Claude Taylor some AM out of this sunshine state up as

employ. Schrader was sick a good I at 0915.I I far as Great Lakes and Baltimore

deal the last few months before PUBLIC WORKS I during his naval training but we
:' his retirement, so for a while he'E' II see he managed to get back down

plans to take it easy. Vaca- Well the three-day vacation is I Jax-Navy Mermen here right quick like. His favorite
tioners Barnes who is' I recreation is the In
; ; Floyd seeing sights
gone but the sun-burns!! lingeron.
driving down to Miami and won't The concensus of opinion in \ Score In AAU Meet Jacksonville each and every liberty -
," be back for another week; Jerry night possible. For sports
f the department is that what this
\ Roberts also out for two weeks, country needs is more 4th of At West Palm BeachTwo he goes in for baseball softball,

I motoring downstate, and stoppingas Julys Around the Divisions: Helen and pool.
fancy dictates The phono- Johnson and spouse Paul spent NARTU swimmers sport- As for the future, Greene says a
I.,,' progs over the p.a. gets excellenter : the week-end with some friendsat ing the spangles of the JaxNavytank he might go back to school. If he

:IS and excellenter Cute couple. I Keystone Heights--.fishing, picnicking team placed in five events does this, he says' he will probably
She's from the first deck, he's'! and a few f'tes. Willie last week at West' Palm Beach j 1 major in "Campus Sociology" and

from the third, but the twain Dauphin i is planning a trip to I to pile up a total of sixteen points | minor in required subjects.Air .

.,, nets often Constant cok-I Alabama to rest his weary bones'! and give the local team a runnerup I i 7 "
.!r'' ers: Both from third deck but I he says That's good eating courli I ; spot in the 1948 National i Ii
work at opposite sides. Your try. C. P. McCord is on It'AIn I j AAU Junior Outdoor Swimming StationI
next will be reduced I I '
paycheck and
J! Tennessee Diving Championships.
I enjoying a family ref I
slightly; the 6'" retirement fund union.. Mary Rodgers is reportedto Charley Carroll copped the 220yard ( from Pace 1)
I I $46.41, Marine Barracks -$30.60
deduction became effective July have spent the week-end in Ma- freestyle AAU crown by ,
first. Up till now it has been Sr' >'. lone, that west Florida metropolis splashing his way over the distance Physical Training-$26," Com

: ,,' Newcomer: L. E. Wykoff up again. Sounds like a good item in In 2:229: shattering the old munications $21.20, Medical -
from Banana River replaces that, but can't record of 2:23.5.: ') In addition, he $18.75 Ordnance and Gunnery-
we get Mary to
Horsey Harper, who goes to Stock I talk--she's shy.' Alfred Ru-hle, took runner-up honors in the 100 $13.75. Personnel-$10, WAVES
Control upon his return from'I yd. freestyle event. Barracks 9.37, Dental $9, and
Typewriter Shop, went to Key
,f.! week's vacash. Famous Last West for the cooling breezes. A. Billy Clingenpeel the only Industrial Relations--$860.
; Words: "Oh that's not my mistake W. Mcates has gone to West Palm other' Jax-Navy merman to make I Chaplain Boyer was overjoyedat
that happened before I the trip contributed heavily in the response to the Cancer Society's -
,. for a week; A. S. Wimp
came The person who did that packed off to Rochester, Noo ,1)I the local team's point total by I appeal for funds to carryon

.. Isn't here anymore!" Ex-Sup- Yawk his old home town. W. H.. I taking a second in the 3 meter on work against the dread
plyers: Lilie Mae and Paul Crisp Buie has a brand new 1919 model I diving, second In the 220 breaststroke killer. "The generosity of NAS
now in North Carolina announce I baby girl. Sorry to report Charlie I and a third in the 100 yd. :personnel in support of this worthy
cause should be highly commended
the arrival of a new baby girl. Turner's mother is 111. E. D. backstroke.
Billie de Olivo is now in St. Vincent's went to Ft. Myers-that's a Dyess pretty : ," he stated in his report to
Hospital recovering from the Commanding Officer. While no
town. Ralph Mosley is vacAtion- goal had been set for the Naval
and will welcome
a major operation, ing at the beaches and fishing, you NAS ShopContinued
visits or notes from her Air Station, the Chaplain expressed -
can bet. Doc Melsheimer, the Beau
friends in Supply. Said Betty Brummel of the Design Division, is ( from Page 1)) his belief that the drive here
Lotz, with her head in a sling, j was t an unqualified success from
on leave but showed up bright and act as election supervisors. Pub
"Next time I won't reach for the I the standpoints' of the amount
early Thursday for his check. lic Works' election officer is Lt.
s. dollar so fast" Tuesday morn- pay raised and the percentage of parlIclpatm -
The Design Division received Comdr. D. M. felt, and the election .
ing, slow recovery from a long cards from vacationers Virginia supervisors art'S. A. Whit- /| by departments and

; .'<.. ..week-end. Walpole and Helen Boring, makingall tington. A. W. Wilds G. D. Fair- personel. ,
; :: ADDENDA To the sparkle In envious. Don Troef observedhis cloth, F. R. McCully and G. J.

Ellen ":M11I8 Supply") Griffis' first wedding anniversary last Gemming. Fleet
eyes, add a shining sparkle to her week. Alice Gibbons went to Ft. Election supervisors for the Assembly -

third finger, left hand Kay Pit 'ce to console Dan McCarty, and Repair Departmentare (Continual from Page: 1)
Rozar filed her resignation from she sez. Dub Faglie wants an air- T. P. Roberts W. C. Vaughn, preside at the Caucus. His wife,
the department this week, to be- conditioned sun helmet to wear on J. R. Wilson, H. M. Rockwood, R. Mrs. Anne Chancy is the current
effective the end of the ''R. Vrooman. F. P. DuPont, C. E. I
s I j jth. his survey duties Francis Theus vice-president of the Ladies! Aux-
.me Although printed I had company from Ohio recently I McPherson E. '!. Henn. E. S. Mc- iliary. :Mayor C. Frank Whiteheadhas
.' s of the pay-raise law are not her uncle and aunt. Comdr. W.5. is I Crcary, E. T. Wier, D. E. Dicker- : been asked to give the addressof

yet available, our accounting experts Johnson, Asst. PWO, is enjoy- I I'1 son, A. B. Falana J. J. Brewer, welcome.The .
believe that it will affect I ing leave in his pew Plymouth I F. L. Cline F. Roger, R. A. Scott, area comprising this legion
IV-B employees only, and will affect Olive Fleming IIezs she enjoys her I Jr.. J. B 'ars. F. L. Roberts W. T. Includes Tennessee, Georgia

the paycheck of July 29th. new assignment in the Personnel Pyburn. W. H. Yeats, R. W. South Carolina, Texas, Louisiana,

The additional lr retirement Unit, as is Sadie Britts her new Bailey, and L. T. Thursby. The Florida. Canal Zone, Puerto Rico,
fund deduction (making a totalof assignment in 7ND Automotive ; election officer is Lt. Jgl( I B. M. Virgin Islands and Cuba. To date, .

6% now) will be noticed in the Division. Sorry to report the illness Sweat. only two candidates have been
name check, but for per diem it in Joy Terrel's family. We I Miscellaneous election supervisors named as eligible for the post.
will be- noticed in the July 16th hear that B. A. McConnell, 7ND. include Sara E. Verner, Aviation They are Talmadge A. Davis of
check. Incidentally, you aren't has purchased a new Packard I Training; Nora Lee Robarts, Branch 91 and Russell Hoff of
paying the extra one per cent for convertible, with all the gadgets- I Executive; and E. L. Lynch, industrial Branch :56 in Key West.
nothing; not only does it consti- radio in the back seat runningice I Relations. A O. Anderson All members of both the Fleet

tute an investment, but your additional water, butler's pantry, hot- !! Civilian Personnel Officer, Reserve Association and the
H 'S privileges and benefits almost plate, etc. For a little extra cost I will be the election officer for the Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve

I equal an annuity insurance he got a motor installed, also. Miscellaneous group.In Association have been invited
policy-which it constitutes, in a It's only three months before I the Supply Department, the to attend the affairs. Reservations -
i way. Phoebe Sapp 'is sporting the football season starts, so election supervisors are J. W. may be arranged through
a new green Mercury, which Frank McKinley N. C. Revels, and I Merriam, R. G. Forbes. Coy Smith, members of the committee in*
she expects to drive out here next Walker Crevasse have begun to 'I I Edsel Herrington, Ollie Dutton, L. charge of arrangements. They areJ.

week "predict". When asked about the E. Cameron, Frank Courtney and S. Kemp, Alfred Szarmanski,
TOURNAMENT. Bill Coby Ir University of Florida's football W. R. Coby. Election officer! I Is and Jim Whitmore for the Fleet

posting the below-listed matches I prospects next fall, McKinley haz- :I Lt. Comdr. W L. Thorpe.All Reserve Association, and Mrs.

the first round of the golf arded a guess that they would I (\ employees fn a pay status I Anne Kemp, Mrs. Mary Cundy,
..or Players get togeth- play every game scheduled; Revels on the date of the election ,are and Mrs. Mildred Whitmire for

with your opponent, work out still Insists, as he does every year, ; eligible to vote (except supervisors the Ladies Auxiliary. All reserva-
; a satisfactory playing date, and that they will be conference chAm- and those employees appointedfor tions must be made by Friday.

.;. playoff your match in timeto pions. Sooner or later, if he lives I periods less than one year) and Local delegates who have been
turn In- your scores not later than that long, he may be right. Any- each I III entitled to cast one bal- elected to attend the Caucus are

Monday, July 19th. You will bgiven *- how its a nice thought. I !" lot.To W. E. Ahl M. P. Stephanz F.
." a list of rules shortly and I (' be eligible for nominationand Andrews, W. H. Sandefer, and C.
;;_ any further qucstons should be directed Forrest, W. Rountree; vs. Lt.I election as a Shop Committeeman W. Smith. Delegates named by
"., to Coby. To begin; with, Lewis; Second Flight--Lt. Comdr. an employee must be the local Auxiliary are Mrs. Clara
. ," Coby and Lt. (Jg) Grego of Staff Thorpe vs. R. Forrest Com r.' among those eligible to vote In the Stephanz and Mrs. Cleo C.
J. Supply will play a sort cf Porter vs Robertson; Third Flight election and must' have been employed Wyeges.

.s match-since they ate both .- Comdr. IInmr) vs. Stafford, O. for not less than a year. --
.; class! by themselves. The 1'1'0"1 Booth vs. J. Tuner; Fourth FlightB. I Shop Committeemen serve for aperiod ing the election will be posted on
; are as follows: Stcd vj. 'J. 0\\-,,", Comdr'Applehy of one year. bulletin boards in each department -

First Flight --:J, ShArpe \*. i.t <1K) O'Kf'd Detailed information concern- :

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1 ....--.- ...,.. At Camp Lejeune Murines

and Fliers 22nd Los
rtK5c=sB K &c& s a ,

Two-Game Parris Island Series

Begins Tomorrow At Mason Field

The ('amp Lejeune Marine[ baseball squad belted out

eleven hits off the offerings of Ward Whitten last Thursday

at Mason Field to hand the NAb Fliers a 7-;* setback then

x 1 Jth: defeat in their last 16 starts, and their 22nd: : loss of

the season The local hurlers could only garnetfour safeties -

i over the nine-inning route from Marine hurler Larry

Dasch. -_ .. -

: The Fliers will go into action Lejeune leathernecks plasteredthe
once more tomorrow afternoon at ball all over the lot last

I Mason Field at 1600 when they 'Thursday, smashing out eight

> come to grips with the powerful singles two doubles and a tremendous -
,..... four. off
s bagger Jumping
..... I Parris Island Marine nine in the I
I first tilt of a two-day series In to a quick lead in the first inning -

'' '< '''' ""' '"' their two previous meetings, the I when they combined two errors -
?:". ;: : .:.:s': :::": : \ gjp0 M: > -I :II IJ l: :\:.. -I 'v'; o' 3t.'::'-''' ,, >. 'O'q: : ,;*' -:(< clubs each won one game. i and a single to center t >rone
; the visitors
:, .'' ', ". ,' ,,, c" < v '$ "" The powerful bats of the Camp 'run were never in
: "OO' ;& h: x< .. "" < ,, !! ef" trouble
:;. -, "" """' "" :>' :' ;:."i .+ .., ,, .. ..
v ;, ."' .. n.w'" ___,_ < "' _<<<.... I I The locals did manage to knot.

Tilt; :N' As H1HI: nVsKUMI. nine suffered another d. fiat at Mason Field last Thursday whena the count in the last of the .tir nl i .

powerful Camp I.ejeune. Marine squad hammered out eleven hits to take a j.-2:! v.rdut from the NARTU Leading however when Eddie Bouffard opened -

luckless Flu'rs. The second game of the series' wa ailed Kndav because ot rain Here Andy Anderson I the Flier attack with a long
of the Marine tag a fast t ball In the *e<'ond inning but onl\ siatet'd It in driving straight two bagger to left center But tho-
into the hand of Eddie Botittat 1 ot the HUMS The eatthtt is Bill Crane and th' umpire is Joe : In Intra-Mural left.fielder juggled the ball. ht
Fanetti came all the way around to sr-it.-
----- Both teams went scoreless in
( Softball RaceNAHll the second frame, but in the third

stanza the Lejeune: horsehid
= ":* softball nine leaped to clinched the victory, Paul Schnupp
opened the inning with a sing-It-
the trust in the r"lInd-robln race
INDOOR POOL I lie went (o second on a sacn
AT NEXT WEEKBy lor Ns Jacksonvillt intramural '
flee and then advanced to thud
crown last week when it cop- I
I when Bill Messenheimer 1 t tI to
I Doug (rocket pod three out of four tilts to gain
freestyle, :100 meter individual The inenibttH\ of the :NAh team undisputed possession! of the top I left With nun on first and third I

The curtain will go up next medley. 100 meter\ freestyle. A meter : are Charles Carroll, Ray Tttndade, rung The Marines. 1.0-favorites j Dick Woods then poled one .1.1I i iWhitten
high board diving and the 300 Billy Clmgenp 1. Bill Curran, prior to the opening clash are I 's offerings to deep rIght, '
Thursday night at :JOOO in the medley relay slated t for Fndav. I' Herb Sclmtfltr, Buck Neiman reefing in the second spot with a I I field for a three-run round tnpI -

huge indoor swimming poolon ; night ._and. 1. E. Tyrlt'r 2.1 slate. i I per.
of the station's, -- -- I The final Flier rally came 1 in i
one biggest -' The losses suffered bv both
I the fifth when Lee /.'
sporting events of the Late Rally Gives WAVES squads came as a complete sur- reached inning and in.
on an error W I i-
prise to local intramural follow-
year-the third annual Naval '- I forced Ward Whitten
by on i
I NARTU by the
ers being dumped
Another Softball VictoryTh fielders choice Doutfard t th
Air Training; Athletic Conference Dispensary, and the Marines being 'II
clubbed a long line drive triple i '>
Swimming Championships ,' -A- \\\\'E s ,-"'ttb,,I| "m' upset by the Hospital. The left center to score Whitton H'
This is the third suc- 1''al..1: k ins Jolil'lI :M" ss'r singled dark-horse Ordnance and Gunnery
ho turned i a los- tart 4 a W..I i TII"S'I i tallied himself a moment later .111
cessive season that NAS Jacksonville daMifetil when It I -tied 'liwinning ,' t fur i :\-\-i. and Mule: I< Bryant, now nine won two out of its threegames another error
left field I i to tie the Marines( for thrunner <'
plaYI/1/ I for the locals
th t .
tally in ghth: inning -
has been selected as The visitors added three m"i
Milled/ to send the up slot at this stage of thf'1
winning I .
to tht Foremost
whip DailY
the site for the championships runs in the final two innings!;; 11
nine. 7.;>. in another City feott atios tourney I completely sew up the game,
which lead toward the All- ball League tilt and ran 'its victory "Skip" Moser replaced Ruth LaVer The Hospital and Dispensary ,
Bill Messenheimer Marine( thrr'lbaseman -
Navy battle skein to 15! for the current 'e on the mound for the sta- combines also have been playing
took honors i fur
Keen season The local lassies play their tion club in the seventh frame consistent ball but both are tied
competition is expectedfrom the day with three hits in rive:
all entries with the N'ATTC next league game next Thursday and fanned four of the six batters for the third position with 2.2 rec- to the Paul
trips plate. Schnuppand
Memphis and NAS Pensacola delegations night with the Viola Johns Models ', that faced her Winnie Jones led ords, Inspection, the other entry Jim Fairchild, also of th,,'

holding down the favor under the Lackawanna arcs I the WAVEs at the plate with a has practically given up all hopes leathernecks, chipped in with tw,.>

ite spots NAS Jacksonville, bolstered : Foremost led the local nine, 4-:). : single and triple and pinch-hitter of capturing the station diadem bingles each in the Marine cause
by the appearance of three : going into the seventh canto Bryant collected a double andsin'gle after losingfour games in as I Eddie Bouffard. recentlyacquired -

NARTU swimmers is expected to 'when NAS coach Pete Gushanas in her only two trips. many starts Flier outfielder paced the

be high up in the total scoring r sent Midge Bryant to the plate to This win for the NAS team I I losers. garnering a double and
when the touinecomes to a I pinch-hit for pitcher Ruth LaVere. gave it undisputed possessionof I standings going into the game triple in four trips driving in

close Friday night And with the Midge promptly doubled, stole first place in the second round I with a 3.0 slate. two runs and scoring twice. In
slightest semblance of a break i thud and stored the knotting tally with a J-0 record Foremost pre ,II I I I addition, he played a spectacular

the" local squad could cop the : In the eighth canto, Jenny viouslv held the tup spot in l 'dgu., ; On three occasions there have I II defensive game, saving at least
t crown I been triple-headers in the major three base hits with last.dit<>h

SOFTBALLERS I I leagues The last time this happened catches
The first two NATAC swimming VARSITY MEET PARRIS i
crowns 'tnt to a veteran Ot was in October of 1920 I Bill Crane with a double and
tumwa squad NAS Jacksonville when the Cincinnati Reds won the Howard Gates with a one.base

copped second place in 1916 and : ISLAND AT POWER PLANT TOMORROW\ first two games and the PittSburgh knock, were the only other lodlx -
then fell back to a number four Peat.-s won the last game: t'l' hit safely ot' the nm-

in 1947 in six linings inning i 1"Ut...
position Florida's t fickle weather permitting. the NAS Flier"ar-
Well 50 swimmers from six ,
over I sity softball nine will race onto the turf of the Power Plant GRID COACHES GET TOGETHER .
Naval Air activities slated to
are _.__.__ H.__ ________._
churn through the foamfleckedwater :I Diamond once again tomorrow night at :2t lIvO when it meetsa

of the huge pool in an attempt vaunted Pains Island Marine[ squad in the first of a two- '

to capture one of the conference I I game series. In two previous meetings recentlythe locals M
Medals will be
crowns hammered out two the letthernecks and the
wins over
awarded to the winner. runner-up 1 I vis- \hiiv
and third placer in individual :: (itors are now gunning for sweetrevenge. -----
I has lost the services of two of
events and a beautiful trophy
his most reliable
symbolic of the championshipwill I Last week weather caused the
I Torrey, third-bast-man. and
be awarded to the winning postponement of two badly-needed I
Doug Roberts, sterling catcher
I I i
team tilts on the Flier schedule anti. I
both have left the station leaving -
in all probability Coach Ed C. rpenters '
Nine events will be run off over huge gaps in t the regular lineup I .
charges will face the Marines / 3v
the two-day competition with the An abundance of infielders It-:*- ,
1500:' meter freestyle 200 meter i without the benefit of ono sens Toirey loss, but Robert 1 /l
good practice let alone the experience -
freestyle. 100 meter backstroke transit i- apt to be a very damaging -
200 meter breaststroke and 400 of actual competition blow. "
To make matters even wors forth M i f t
held 4
meter freestyle relay being No reliable receiver' is left on '
on Thursday and the 400 meter <> likeable pillowball mentor he the team now and Carpenter i i.s experimenting I (
with different candidates !

in the hopes of finding a dependable ,I
I 7th. Naval District Golf Tourney backstop. Tomorrow he I

hopes to start L W Lindgren b.-- I ...
Will Open At NAS Next TuesdayThe hind the plate with Tony Sarabi on Y

the mound. Though Saturda\ .k t
7ND Golf Tourney will !get starting hurler is doubtful. Carpenter -
underway next Tuesday when the Munoz Loses Singles announced that Tom VVhit

best Navy golfers in eastern Flor- Title ; Teams Up With may be nominated by game time -
ida meet at the NAS Jax golf .
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course in a big tour'day mett All Ross To Win Doubles I.I

the hnksmen entered will bo vie- Lit nerd Munoz, the only Jax- NINE-HOLE, TWO-CLUB
ing for spots on the 7ND links
Navy entry in the Duval County
team which will enter the Tri- Tennis Championships to reach I I MATCH LAST FRIDAY I

District Tourney at Ponte Vedra the finals, was eliminated last I WON BY MRS. GANTT

orf 20 21 22, and 23 July. week in the defense of his singles! I nay
NAS Key West will be represented I title by Andrew Ziob at the River- Mrs. C. f. (iant t fired a 21: II>

bv a well balanced team |, side (courts 1087.. 6-1 7-j. take top honors in the Oftu'en ,I
led by D. c. Sweeney Sweeneywas i Munoz top-seeded singles entryi Wives Cold; Group nine.hole Inn
best-ball champ here at NASin I I was forced to take the defensive* i ited two.club match at the state,"n I 1.

10 IS and copped the First throughout the battle He waged links last Friday morning. F'out I a.

Flight championship in the NAS ; a three hour fight that kept the points. behind Mrs Uantt W"I'I| '5

Jax tourney the same year. The gallery of spectators agog, The runner -ups Mrs. T E Quillm p ,i ia im ir
remainder of the Key West squad matches were so close that the and Mrs. R. K Allen with :U I I ixy

consists of M I, Miller D. K I total number of points for th' fray Mrs C, A. Briggs took the bginners ... a ,

Peterson and S, S. ShanguU were 157ti0.: three-hole two-ilub limited : .

The Naval Hospital will be represented I Last Saturday aftomoon Munoz with a 21. I I '
i :
bv Ens, Bob Allen while teamed up with Johnny Ross Friday morning the J'rollprIll; .i'
the leading 7ND entry will be of Jax to cop the im'n':s doubles meet in a Red and Blue team ::: :

Tony Or.ego. popular Jax Navy ,, championship from Zi .b and Leon match The Husband and Wives! ', .
Hnksman Bill Centner will be Wilson 6.1. 6-1. 3.6, 6-4 Ross tournament scheduled for this I IT {''O IUlt. DON; I. JVCKV, r*. nriv appOlnl't. hued coach
leading representative from CNA- I and Munoz played heads up ball Sunday has been postponed until of the I9l8 N '.9 I >!I./ grid ",.I.n! t tt-'t !K'tt; together for thefusM
with, It Paul I King !assis! 'nut I "oath
Sunday 18 July. All players have time this Stson
AdTra and the NAS Jax: entries against their talented opponents -
will b.Joe MacDonald Erwin: to sweep the first two sets been requested to sign up at the I But you'II be seeing them t together main times; in Hit' futuin
shark not later than Friday discussing grid problems and prospects COt 'he Jax Na y football
hi >tt! Bill Wlusler and F J. of the match and come up with the golf
.Brush I till 16 July. "lua.ji

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