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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1948
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Vol. 6-No. 17 22 July 1948


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

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Rear AdmLl Lich Takes Over As


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: Event To Marl ADMIRAL uu_ _u __ . _u LITCH_ "'U'''''_'READS'P'y_.... ORDERS,, .Formerly Was NAOTC Chief


Of Staff Here During 1943

Opening Of New

." .' Rear Admiral Ernest W. Lite, former Chief of Staffof
the Naval Air Operational Training Command here from
: Ground School] tI March to December -1943, assumed the post of- Chief of

Naval Air Advanced Training Monday morning. He suc-

For the first time m this E ceeds Rear Admiral Ralph Davison who was detached 14 April
area tire general public will Y { } for duty in the Office of? the I Chief of Naval Operations and

'" have .an opportunity to get a Ik I who was placed on the retired list
t, close-up look at Navy jetfignteis M earlier\ this month.In rl Lt. Col. M or-e--C. 0.
both the addition to serving as CNA-
on groundand AT Admiral Litch will have addi-
iI in the air when the Naval tional duty as Commandant of Of Marine Barracks I
i I': Air Reserve Training Unit the Seventh Naval District andCommander ,
+ti"- here stages a special "'OpenHouse" Naval Air Bases Seventh -; Goes To Washington
t !Naval District, until the disestablishment -
: Sunday to mark the
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of 7ND on 1 September -
opening of its new aviation .

f technical training facilities in Since the departure of Admiral
Bldg. 158. 4 Davison Captain L. Y. Mason, Jr.
Gatej:: M the station will be has been Acting Commandant of
;' thrown open to Jacksonville and I I the District. Captain H. S. Duck-
: North Florida citizens for the big worth assumed the duties of CN'A-
R event. And Naval Air Station personnel AT and was relieved by Captain
' '_ l. bath military and civilian, D. W. Harrigan upon his assignment -
; have been issued an invitation to to the Air Force University
'" attend \ A native of Boston, Mass., Ad- r:4:
; No announcement was made by miral Litch was appointed to the z
:?- NARTU officials as to the type of Naval Academy in 1916 and wasa
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i k. jets to be displayed other than -, 'J Et member of the graduating class
,t... that they will be "carrier fighters". N of 1920. He has been connected
It is expected, however, that they with Naval Aviation since he won
r' will b will be on view between the hoursof --- (,f was promoted to rear admiral in } 1 '
0900 and 1600 and will make --ic-F.\: :: ADMIRAL KRNKST: w..LlT'J( assumed the duties of 1945, to rank from 9 October 1943.
demonstration flights at intervals I Commandant of the Seventh Naval District and Chief of Naval He has held a number of important -
throughout the day. I Air Advanced Training Monday morning in a brief ceremony in positions, including period*
... Although the jet fighters will front of the main Administration Building He is shown above reading 'lot a year, 1941-1942, when he
claim the major share of atten- his orders assigning him to succeed Rear Admiral Ralph Da served as naval air attache in
tion, visitors will also have an vison who was ordered' to duty In Washington last April and who London; a two-year period, 1935- I Lt. Col. Thomas C Moore, Commanding -
opportunity to witness a squadron recently was placed on the retirement list. '37, when he had command of a Officer of the Marine
of "week-end warriors" in bombing squadron attached to the I Barracks here since 3 November
actIon. Carrier Air Group 52, com- NATTC MEMPHIS WINNER IN NATAC earner SARATOGA; service as 1946, left the station last w!ek
posed ot both lighters and attackbomb..rs. I naval aide on the staff of the Com- after being ordered to duty in the
will carry on its regular manding General at General Personnel Division, HeadquartersMarine
monthly training drill and spectators I ;Headquarters of the U. S. Army Corps, Washington, D. C.
SWIM\ MEET JAX NAVY GRABS THIRD
will be permitted around the ;; ; Air Forces; duty as navigator and Lt. Co!. Arba L. Norton, who will
hangar. A large portion of the I I head of the air department of replace Lt. Col. Moore, is expected -
drill will take place in the air over :i Scoring in every event of the meet, the NATTC Memphis the USS RANGER; two assign- I to arrive here on 23 August
the station so that the public can swim team piled up a total of 69 points and walked ments at the Naval Air Station at from the Second Marine Division,
see the their way Reserve pilots main- off with the third annual Naval Air TrainingAthletic Conference Anacostia, D. C.: and commandingofficer Camp Lejeune, N. C.
tain
flying proficiency. of the Detroit Naval Air
Swimming Championship last Thursday and Friday I Lt. Col. Moore also reportedhere
Nu special passes will be required -, : Station.
for admission to the station -, at the huge indoor pool here. The favored Pensacola Navy I, Rear Admiral Litch assumed vision from, but the prior Second to that Marine he nad Di-

stated.for Private the "Open automobiles House", it was will ': squad_ took runner-up u honors_ with 6i points followed by command of the aircraft carrier served four years with the Third
,':NAS Jacksonville with 54, NAS I ------ -- -- -- --- LEXINGTON in January 1945, he Defense Battalion, was at Pearl
visitors
also be permitted aboard and -'; Oakland with 6, and NATB Corpus -I break the record in that event, tached from command of the Harbor, Guadalcanal, and saw
may drive their cars to with |r Christi with none. I and Ray Trindade, who copped the LEXINGTON in January 1945 he duty throughout the Pacific area.
In easy walking; distance of the The Jacksonville entry, domi- three meter diving crown, compiledall served consecutively as Commander He replaced Lt. Col. Alexander A.
I NARTtT hangar. I nated by three NARTU 17yearolds I of the local squad's points. Carrier Division 12, and Com- Vandegrift, Jr., the son of Marine
BINGO RESUMED BYE turned out to be the surprise The winning Memphis Helkats mander, Carrier Division 26, un- General A. A. Vandegrift, who
team of the two-day meet, copping I (Continued on Page ?) NAVY WIVES CLUB '
five championships and bettering
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1'h" Navy Wives Club announced three All-Navy records. Charlie I BRAZILIAN OFFICERS CET WINGS .
early this week that Carroll, who surpassed the All-
the regufar Thursday Bingo I Navy marks in the 1500 and 800 r.
parties at the Dewey Park clubhouse meter swims as well as capturedthe
will b at 2000 Everyone is invited to I Billy Clingenpeel, who upset Pen-
attend The jackpot will be $50. sacola's Johnny Higgins in the
I 300 meter individual medley to .
r. 'r., wre

I -FRA Ladies Auxiliary Elects r '


1 New Officers For Coming Year CL5

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Mrs Ann Kemp was elected
president of the Ladies Auxiliary Mrs Pearl Szarmanski: were picked F',1
of Fleet Reserve Association, as alternates.Mrs. ;i.
Branch 91 at the July meeting of Szarmanskl, who is the
the organization held last week in auxiliary's welfare chairman an-
the Cumberland Road Community nounced that the old clothing do-
Building. Other officers chosen to nated and collected by the members -
serve during the coming year were had been sent to the West $ *
Mrs. Audrey Stephens vice press> Coast to be used in the rehabili- : Q
dent; Mm. Paula Miller, secretary; N ion of flood victims. It was re- :
Mrs. Grace Sandefer treasurer; \.Sled, also that the trt'asurel'l
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and Mrs. Louise Orszag, chaplain. had forwarded a check to furtheraid

Smith Mrs, Mrs Mary Edna Kidder Gable Mrs., and Jewel Mrs disaster the stricken area residents of the ...-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- yo- ',,, ...,,_...-_, ,. ,.,Jo"'u,. w'....'....'_ _......, .'_- .__v.-.,_.... .
Leon Eheremann were all named Mrs. Clara Stephan the retiring BRAZILIAN OFFICERS In training here for the past few months, received their wings at
members of the board ol directors. president, presided over the busi- the Naval Aviator designation ceremonies last Thursday at the bandshell. Shown immediately following .
The newly-elected president and ness session. Refreshments for the the presentation of their "graduation" certificates with Captain A. I. Malstrom, NAS Com
secretary were selected as dele.. social hour following were served manding Officer, (center) and W. S. Johnson (holding hat), executive vice president of the Jacksonville
I !) gates to the organization's national by Mrs. Smith, assisted by Mrs. Chamber of Commerce and S. Kendrick Guernsey, past president of Rotary International, they
convention next month in Dallas Mary Cundy Mrs Orszag, and are, left to right, 2nd Lt. J. V. C. Cheechia, 2nd Lt. Ney Freitas, 2nd Lt. E. M. BoUson, 2nd Lt. G.
Texas Mrs. Eheremaim' and Mrs. Faun Gallant II., Pasjoa: 2nd Lt A D. Tedesco, and 2nd Lt. N. C. Albuquerque.




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_ 2WW1U: MARINES( : AT CHERRY POINT .


'::." .' CHAPLAINS', I tueend




.t !.< 1.>. CORNERIt WinaTafk Notes

; fromIVARTU
r" ; seems incredible that an exile '.
from his own native country
should" be saluted by the piemdtrit -
of that country Yet It is true The

I exile was one who had left this
I country to work amongst leperson (Thin WH).', column U denoted to "-A"'H." bA, one ..( the two wwke.d '
I sorrier egaadiU.n *t NAHTI! -td.)
11 ; I the isle of Molokai, deep in the COMMAND I'ERFORMAN'E-
South Pacific, Once he placed foot After letting a beautiful gal Whitworth. He'll tell you of the
t"&r on this isle of the Iviing dead he the other week n* Miss FASRon special dates on which your exams -
4t sacrificed all hope or thought of 58, wed like: to issue a request ; will be given:
returning to the land he loved so that Skipper Johnson bring her NEW lACfch-Say 'hello" to -

much around tor an introduction: Incase Walter Beacham, Dan Seville,
Ira Dutton, of Yankee heritage you didn't get the name the Willis Cannon Herb Ellis, D, F.
from the hills \ermont had first time, .she's. Miss Pa Reel Gannet Wallace Grisset John
made this sacrifice to give I who also bears the title of "MissJacksonville Lane, Bob Mumford, Bob Neeld,
ual and earthly aid to !'tlpirit-I Beach and who is and Vic Woodman all new members -

ting !specimens of sufficiently well l] known in the cosmetics of our squadrons Congratulations -

x,. Brother Joseph he exiled himselfof I world to have a sun-tan on :your excellent choice,
his own accord to work amongst I(lotion named after her Remember men, and welcome aboard,
those who were not permitted to I I I fella, if MU daub your charred lilt STUMP Anyone who
live in the society' cf others, As j I epidermis: with another lotion thinks that there a finer wayof
Ira Dutton, his heart could not i I than Pat Reel Suntan Lotion protecting our national security
be wrenched from his love of '' than bv wt'ek-t'nd Naval Air Reserve -
.. country it will practical) amount
'
vw ever. na
'. to mutiny or desertion or sump'n, training ought to get in
MARINE WfcfcKhND WARRIORS from VMF144 NARTU I
I He told these lepers of the LETS TALK ItUSINESSThetwo !' touch with Larry Lailz/a We
Marine Reserve fighter squadron inspect a Marine Corps Helicopter ) few .
ries of his native land, and gJo'l weeks active duty period for heard Larry spellbind a of the
ni MCAS Cherry Point where they are participating in 15 days! the Stars and Stripes flung our FASRon extend from 7 to lads as he extolled the meiitt (.f
of annual with other Marine Reserve outfits
: tiaining maneuvers the type training we receive and
selves into the wind from the 20 August We know you won'tha't'
from eastern United States Spectators from Jax in the group are* the great purpose which it servesthe
flagstaff atop the Molokai a chance to forget those
Fvt Joe Hohlen Ffc Gene Sutton, T Joe La sot Jim crag. I
Sgt a Sgt. nation. How tan we ever )lose
Year after passed by and dates" because that all we hear
Almond, Pvt John Meek, S'Sgt. Glen Ferslew, and T Sgt. Art Year
when we have fellows like Larry
not only the love of God but also our shipmates talking about these
:M8JrI COO, The is to return here
squadron
expected Saturday. I
around
I'I'I
--- _. ---- of country; was poured into there davt During the period, examinations -
leprous ears for change and or advancement I TIL NEXT TIME---Just" a tacit

; Chaplain Slates I It came to July in the year in rate will be conduted reminder men weve' beer to
1M)8) Theodore Roosevelt, then I' And heies good news the bUllY talking about annual training -
HospitalChatter l !'Marriage Clinic ]evident, wishing to impress the time in tate from SR to AA has duty that we almost forgot
I world with the might of our nation been reduced from nine to six to give out with the dates e If cur

I At Air Station and the glories of our Navy, months If you are one of those next two monthly diill In case
'ordered a world (ciuise, very rate few who cannot getaway any of you didn't know they're
I leached even to this desolated ; from their jobs for this active 21 and 22 August and 11 and 12
Have I A marriage and family relations duty period and would still' September W'e'11 be seeing you
you mtutc) tht variety of colony that the American Fleet t
clinic will
be conducted
activities which the at NAS to sail the Seven Seas These like to take the exams, don't for when we cheek in for the two
> gc on in the was
during next two weeks by get to get in) touch with Ensign weeks en 7 August
Red Cicss Recreation Office It i Professor Edwin Haitz of the University I strange children of Uncle Sam I
:IK net only an ctrite but also a I' of Florida I then asked a preposterous ques- '
Tallahassee i I, j jI ed Friday nights festivities by
craft hop artiM studio, game it tion: "Would they come to Molokai NATTC
I was announced yesterday by I Memphis winning the 100 meter freestyleevent t
I
loom (mostly cribbage I, sometimes Captain Francis Lee Albert, Senior -, > Brother Joseph, having ('on'I'I'. but from then on the three
even a sewing room From Chaplain. ndence in God and country, I ( Continual. from Page 1)) NARTU Jacksonville men held
0830 to (INO() is coffee time Dur- : The professor is a Naval Reserve at his motley family and said, I ;had too much reserve strength for complete control Carroll won his
ing tins half hour, much hospital chaplain and will conduct the clinic They will come, my children"' \either Pt-nsacola or Jacksonvilleto I third title bv winning the 400) meter -
chatter is pasted back and forth. his visitor gained entrance to the I with four
during two-week tour of active cope winning downs swim in t.hetime of 5294:
On Tuesday and Friday mornings duty here He is expected to I White House, and we find the : and placing in a point-gaining spotin I t without breaking the old All-Navy
the other for President" of the United States I cf the tIt'.t'n'f'ntl, ,
All one
among many report duty today naval every record
things, we receive Iovel\ flowers personnel and dependents will find listening to a strange story. I Charlie Carroll of JaxNane I Next Billy Clingenpeel, also cf
tbat would give all the florists him available at the chapels for I You mean to saythe bewildered i only thiee.event winner in tht'tou'rne I NARTU and the Jacksonvilleteam

competition These flowers come counseling on marriage problemsand President asked, "that this ', started things off in line pulled the upset of the clay
from the hospital garden through I domestic difficulties Appointments man has been telling these lepers! i style Thursday morning bv' splashing by nosing out Johnny Higgins in
the courtesy of Mr. Morgan. who may be made by calling at I that our battle fleet will pass bj.1 ; his way ever" the 1500' meter the 300 meter individual medleyto
j" in charge ,, the chapel offices or by phoning i Molokai Why the schedule does I swim< distance to take his first break the AllNavyrecord set
him at ext S354. not go within hundreds of miles I j If to do : last
youve nothing drop by HIggins, himself, Augu!'t.
by the office and well put you to I Chaplain Hartz is recognized as of this island!"' Tapping his desk |II IIin record for this event He was timed Clingenpeel was timed in 4:21.4: :

woik A patient who merely hesi- a leading authority on family : thought, he called for the See-ii i in 22:21.1.: a full 18 seconds the old record was 4 :225 It was
tales in the doorway to look in problems He is associated with retary of the Navy. "If a man had'' ;ahead of }:. M. Giclow old markof the first time in ten years that
much faith !irt God and country 22:411.2 H. M. Palmer and P
may find himself i involved for the the Lnnersitys Department of so : anyone had beaten Higgins, a former -
I So'ial'or ," he pondered, "his country i'Van D>ken both of Memphis, finished '
itxt cf theaftetncon. It's all fun, member o< the United States
__ __._ .__._ cannot fail God would not" 5 eeend and third
bo don't ht this frighten ;you as : respec- Olympic Swimming Team, in this
away. I will surely help to make the party Day after day, Ira Dutton lively, and S, N Templeton took event
more interesting mounted the shaggy crag, leaned the fourth place spot
Everyone should be aboard for Ray Trindade, the other Jacksonville -
i against the flagstaff with Old Thursday' right however, theJacksonville
the wiener roast next Thursdav Glory striking out into the trio was simply outclassed I winner, came into his own
nigbt at 1930. It will be out in bl' t'ze. One day, over the horizon, as Jack Martin of Pensa- in the three meter diving competition -
the grave next to the corpsmen a patch of smoke could be seen ,cola successfully' defended his by totaling 288 points and
quarters So let's all be on hand i Then another and another. The I ,crown in the 2CO meter freestyle. adding I' the NATAC crown to his
At the .atio. ('I 'I..I., Birminghamttond I 1
for the fun. list of laurels. Cling
already long
and MvHla Av..ve fleet) was coming. On the lonely A. R Michael of Memphis coppedthe
Ae for chew. there will be delicious I I'relul.at l promontory of Molokai stood this I 100 meter backstroke crown. enpeel placed second in the diving

hot dogs which ;you, ;yourself (> will cvck over an open fire carV-. Houft by his band of lepers : breaststroke title, and the Mem- In the final event of the meet,
and then add onions, relish, and I 1045--Gtneialcishlp lain R L Muiphy.Sen Ice-Chap. They knew then they really had a phis 400' meter relay team won out the Memphis 300 meter medley

jwuiluid. Mmm'! Can't you just OS30--Sunday *'h 1.I.I Small Chapel country they would never see, but I ,over Pensacola' and Jacksonville relay team broke another reconlby
taste them I (. lic they had a country.The Then, on Friday rooming, Carroll covering the distance in 3:41.2.
Tbt.EIII also be horseshoe (0 TOO!!i30---Mam Masa United States Fleet drew took hit second championship A oreath-taking; finish bj Charlie

'pitching dancing, and good rec- Chaplain J. K. Coyle will cfn ttie near At it passed by, the personnel : by winning the 800 meter ,I Carroll gave Jacksonville second
olds tc listen to. A very attractive at both >las -e*, was drawn up in review array :$wim. He covered the distancein I place and Pensacola third.
group cf young ladies! will be I dltn An outdoor Nursed for small and each battle wagon dipped the superlative time of 11:31' .6 I Captain A I. Malstrom, Commanding -
it maintained between O&O
ptewnt as your hostesses They 1200. t'hll-I' its Ensign in salute to a great to better R M. Gielow old mark I Officer of NAS Jacksonville -

--- --- ----- American. of 11 ::39.7. Johnny Higgins of Pen I presented Lt Walter Welsch
_ BEAUTIES YOUNG AND OLD I Ira Dutton was a living exam-11 J sacola was second and H M. Palmer Memphis coach, with the huge NAT
__ ......._ ____m...___ pie of the fact that a man who I of Memphis was third, AC trophy symbolic cf victoryin
has the love of God and his fellow A. R, Michael of Memphis open the aquatic tournament
creatures at heart, has a love -- -
of country that neither self-exile SOMETHING'S COCK-EYED HERE

nor distance can ever erase I ,, -""":" "" < '
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Chaplain James M. Coyle, !
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4s Marriage has pl-lenty of ups ,

and downs, let me tell you! But I, :
d ray 3 i Savings Bond All they got i r -j P -.
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4'I compliance with becNav Circulai u ,,,pt
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4 Copies are distributed fie
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mg Unit, the Headquarters of the ; ,
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Command, Headquarters cf the 1 \
Seventh Naval District, Natal! W
a A Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field,

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DFVAL ('01 NT1' 411 (U II gals' visiting the station last / NO ITS NOT A MIRAGE. Fat Reel, Miss Jacksonville Beach,
week, staked: then own beauty: contest with contestant in the recent The TAX AIR NEWS I* a immrer of! .11 really wennng' a fin oat as she wipes the fevered brow of Keith

Wi"B Florida pageant as judges' The winners wne, front row, left the the Armed hl"I' Editorial K>ie-. PIM A u><*srvk!'hU..n l arid Re MeKsri SA, of NARTt For while Keith vainly tries tc keep cool
to light, Kitty Hampton, second place: Elizabeth Counngton, first 11 dilution of rruileilal Irelm thftKounti 'I with two t'lf'd'lI l fans and a copy of Jax Air News for a hand fan,
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plate; and Eike Omaye, thud rlaee Judging the event w 'ic, second must bear a credit line- hit haH just returned from ccnehtione-d Bldg. 1t'J8 where NAH-

lOW, left to light' Jean Htrrington, Mn Jalatka; Betty JHililaUmlquiut BorvUc lltHtlon of publications ether itwttrr, Is, '>Rf'I'Ub-1' TU H Kioiaul training Hchol 1 in moving Those three fingers: nhe'a
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MiMe JnckHonvtlle; Barbara Thompson!MHs i f't'I'IU\n.linft ; without ptrinlvilon of t.tllor: J fielding up tlgnify' the mimb>'r of clays remaining before the school
and Auelicy Lt?wl Miss Ht IIJIINtlnf' 1'l WV: opens this Hunilnv- .








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I, '. I Commercial Bulletin II I' r rl ." 1SURpLY


r' Bulletin will be iu><-*>pe
;: than 1000 TuewJay. Kit 9230.

C,:;?- FOK SALK !I and automatic electric hot water v
heater.35.9t,1r.. 1eol mil. Riley ext. 225, r
3946 Crwrtey lour-passenger redan. 6400( 1946 Mercury con\eitlt coupe fcxtellent /
actual mile, Just lfn overhauled condition original owner
new motor and new tires 7685 Will Ens. Abbott s Motor Cowls
hrlp you finance MM> at apinoxlmately I Nti. t -2"I I south of Main Gate i
$35 pet montji. Original owner Unolllnn. Two and <.nt>-h,1f bedioom house l EARLY ELECTION. With the
Cull! 2-3637 H & M Cigar stucco on block Just redecorated for ]
the only
voting presidency a
_ Jb'actoiy. Sale Company Inside and out. Dally bus ervke to
JUMiton Bull) Puppy three month old. town Near chinch, shopping center it few short months away, Supply
Y
) r swell pet for a child. Call G. T. and school. Also furniture for $400 again steals a march on the: nation -
: Muiiay, K2351. }'Cll'd.1I9031 ort>t 60. and holds its own election

.;'. .Apaltmt'nt-IIbt' vvanher 4 Hi. capacity. FOIl KENT for Shop Committee memltrs on
AIM gill 21>inch bicycle. $2(4 for Ne'wly-decoiated 1 front bedroom next August 2nd The nominations! \>y
:' ench A. A. Ska***. SKC. Division to bath. Will rent double 01 single
;; I S-3. Box! 21. or 3WA: Norman St., Kltchjen privilege. It dei-lied. with. petition are all in- the nomineesare
'.I 1. LVwey I'uik. running hot water Harry Levendus.ky all In, too)-and those receiving -
4 y >'IOK;)| circulating healer I including! 74489.Tworoom a sufficient number of
":' fuel tank. tack and piping for fuel apartment with garage $9
.. ';:' connection. $100. L A H electric weekyMrs) J M. Joyner, Call after I votes to acquire eligibility in the
..- stove $175: thit-e-plfcp bedroom set ItiOO. 2OKFutnlshed nominating race are: Peggy Bry-
ry. $100) one box spring: A multres for apartment In Awndale. Near ant, Sylvester Lanier, Jr.. Jt.mee
*::10. All Hem me one year old Foi NAS bus route. one block off Park V. Harper Frank B. Wilcox W.
.. cash only J. B. Lewis fc4.: All utilities tUI nlllht'd. Includingphone
:3'M9! Plymouth four-clooi sedan In excellent continuous I hot water Edzel Herrington, William Fold,
rl (' condition Phone ext fllt12. LI.I I I t'n.d exchanged Mri. Smith Frank Couitney, George Anderson -

" H Huckei I 2-3386 Samuel Grant, Frederick Davis -
'.\? Two-piece living: room ulte, couchdoe Large coiner loom overlooking river
,i not open Into bed $40 See YVII. I I with double beds and large cedaicloset Charles Reed and Mitchell
ar son, :HWMA Norman St.. Dewey Park ; private bath and shower : : Walker. Petitioneis are enioui-
Kix-i x,in home at 5226 Transylvania Would prefer two gentlemen. Mrs ri aged to campaign for their choice,
Avenue In Wenvonnett My equity Wesley Coleman. 7-53S2.
4. and
have about
: I you a week or ten
$7(10. lwlantts $5.1(10). Brown 2-7970. Bedrooms with kitchen privileges In
Ire lefrlKemtoi: 75 lb. capacity Call Onega home. Located on city bus days in which to put over y<>ur
J. O. WMt 7.4AK1. line. Mrs. John Stephens 4257 Longfellow candidate. you managers"

loyal l upright vacuum cleaner ha Street. 4ao on your toes!!, we should tee sortie
just fcn I foCondll lont'd. $15 See al3417A Room and board. good eau and comfortable i I li. <
Kllyw.n St Dewe Paik. E. L. beds, home irke Located at original idea in motion aroundthe
While ADC A&R Carburetor Shop.: 2135 Forbes St. Phone Ciosby. 7.453fc TAKING INVENTORY at Supply's bulk and shop stores retail department to make the voters
baby: can III litand high (chair fair Coiner bedroom next to bath: kitchen I section in Building 111 are civilian storekeepers Jack Byron left. candidate-conscious.!!
(condition both for $10: 1W! privileges! If desired Next to shopping
and Bob Stillwell light The section was recently created to
&:. clopcdi In 10 volume. excellent fofk'Y-1 ( center and bus lines.. In Lake TOURNAMENT TALK. By left
b9- dition half oiltjlnul pile, Snore. Call Mr. Rhodes 23245.: reduce paper work by issuing counter Monday, all but one of the: first
Mchool leference book Mrs Evans. Two-room apartment. nicely furnished. -- lound matches had been
Ext 4W31M7 '. Call Mis Seagle. 7. 24. J'lIi.y..d.and ,
Buick Rfwdiria ler in excellent : New seven-loom' house, unfurnished.Equipped I- ii in most cases the scores' Were
i-undltlon. 12.5<1(1 Mtunl l miles Fitted I with Venetian blinds and so even that it was either (.p-
tot quick salt| Call Mrs Oliver, lrx 2-I I circulating' neuter. Has 3 bediooms, ponent's tate up until the lust
357. before IK**; after 16. ( screened Lo -- hole J. B Stafford and Commander -
2730.Hludir. I and a rage porch i = -
.., couch complete with enters : eared on a coiner I lot. 9-.m: permonth. I a ROUNDA&R Humes finished!! their best!!
kitchen-dinette eel solid c"k. com- I .. Call ADC.ext. 7f* or B eahears nine all even, but Stafford managed -
pUtr with four chaFi and pads, I It : Engineering-by uiu> a to gain a lead the
t nlfched ; with bath and kitchen > one-up on
t Fur mon
,' clothe fionlnf. locker table) with durable adhesion steel top con-; : pilvllegef. MIK. W. D. Mutton I Caroline Driggers has been tr'an8-1'|I H seventeenth hole and held the

+ tructlon- baby Stroller I cocktail table I 8118.1.Complf'tf'ly ferred to Industrial Engineering innately 6500 ft. above sea level.J'erMntnel Skipper to a half on the Ifcth,

'u ihdio AM combination; a\IIo) bungalow, suitable fui niched for couple c.ne.btodoJm I only. I and in leaving she says she has A.: Administration I giving J. B. the match Commander -

cnlM'ellaneous' household Items. Sal- Fhe mile; from NAS $75 per month.Phone really enjoyed working with all. wen"ton Appleby and Lt.
vull 3;*>3B Glbbs A\'*.. Dewey Paik.3iM1 I' : Dot Dlc'kM'n-Mr Jarrard I
W, C. \Mllard 275tlO.WANTI'U the folks O'Keefe were tied the
: Chrysler Royal with new p.lnt in Engineering. Replacing leave last week using! the excuse on 17th but
Job. jecondltloned motor and radio i I Caroline is Helen Steward, who an 8 and a 6 lespectively on the
I", $9!>6.) Contact C L. Giuy'. Hangar Jobs as I baby: sitter experienced hand. I was formerly with the Foreign i "full moon shellcrackersbedding" last hole gave O'Keefe the tdge
;.' 123. during working hours; phone will sit any time See Joan OCiaw- Even the dictionary
.' 16.XI ley, 1((* Bar'In St. NAS. Liquidation Commission for Lat-i and a sure ticket into the tecorxllound
8-Hi::: Her | doesn't have a definition for the
I ,,' :Two suit of CPO whiles sUe 38 with Navy; ,man being transferred detlret .1 in America and under the direct i|I last part of that excuse Did it I Billy Rountree managed -
!,,' Chief Mech rate and two hash three or four-rcwm apartment for supervision of Comdr. Robert F. ,, to eke out a one-up lead on
iiiHikt. Will take $-(> for the two wife and two chlldien. Prefer Riverside rain fAny
Material Department Lt. Lewis the
: front
or Avondale section. Evans, I Edgar of Surplus on nine butsteamrollered
Also Ranger over-ard-under 12- ''
Balboa Canal Zone. She of you single gals interested to the
ftuatve shotgun, $75. Chief VVIlkln" ext. 488. victory on
JATV No fi. A pakserger to accompany me to San was there for one and one-half I j I in having a bouquet of flowers I back-nine six and four Commander -
Table-top gus range used less than } ..lInl'l co. Leaving about 25 July : years and just arrived back in the 1 ( bachelor buttons ) on your desk, Porter relinquished only
r 1IM.nllbl.) Also child' Call Lt. Reese, 76732.:
one year just speak to Ch. Mach Bush. He
rg-slze! / tricycle Grounds, 354-iA Machinist for duly at Hobby Shop. I states last May. We are very gladto one hole and halved another in ,
Chief Tanner M Hobby :Shop: with Helen. We broke the ice over those flowers his match with
Craven St Dewey Puik.3fH2 See have you us, Robertson chalking -
: ford Deluxe coupe with new Bldg. 513. are also happy to have Daisy B.Cook j I II Ii [ the other day by bringing :Miss i up a lopsided triumph, that
IflW pnlnt job foul new tires. radio and MI.jfKLLANEOr.S Sweat some. He doesn't I
grow any-
formerly!I
J threat .
i with us. Daisy was permitted no Otis
neuter, A bargain at $](1!>5. See Mitchell Will lade a 1S>> maroon cuntom-bullt I thing in the line of flowers for I
? 1146B Allegheny St., NAS.Lake DeSoto convertible with radio heater i an aircraft worker in the shops i Owens and Betty Sted played to
t Shcue bungalow, Ol nn nC'f'd. fog lights and ,uJot'r- .-u..hlon but has now joined our staff In' married women, so he told Jean. a tie for the 16, but Otis emerged

Will sell equity, add four per centinleiest. white sidewall tires foi late model Engineering. Another new addition = |i Glad to see you are feeling bet- victor by virtue of Betty's withdrawal -

with awnings. Prewar and lifetime asbestos not.shingle Completely Contact cheaper car Lt. Reeve and difference, at ext. in P259 cash.or I to our department is i Edward j| ter. Mary. Catherine Heaney ably I because of her imminent

wcathetatrlppad.' 5t 4k 1II'nlf'nuf' Hlghsmlth.3K Bldg. 40 or Apartment I, Bldg.: H>3. "Tracy's Mad House." Getting back to Mr. Jarrard, Billy Rountree matched up last
: <7 Chrysler four-dc-or sedan In goodconditl.n. ( Will trade 1M7: Hudson Omt'I'lIbt') I!
I him hand cents .
Can be seen at IIl1nll'ar1ZJ. for late model sedan. Deal can be Gloria is, by now probably looking saw Spurlock fifty Saturday for their play-off, Roun
electric shop M III sell for $375.: arranged for older model if In good i at the Cyclotron! at the 'j i the other day. Then she gave it tree ending up the front nine witha

Floies38M2 condition. Contact M. E. Wlndharn, j scum of Science and Indu tr)MU-I'I back to him. Later on saw Mr. J. three-up lead but dropping almost -
S : Chevrolet conveitlble 1n perfect ATC.' 1'F-ATL' .No. 2. {t Chicago. I bet she'll have a wonderful 'out in the Time Section giving it I, the entire second rurtto
: condition: Excellent buat $1315 tI
.. I Call MISH ricard, ext. 37.3., daytime.7W I time traveling around with I II back to her again. What goes on give the flight championship to
) evenings. her brother in Michigan and Wisconsin heie i Sharpe The Booth-Turner
Girls bicycle with 16" wheel and I INSIDEPUBLIC I Another vacationeerwas I i Miss Dunbar was off several ; match had not been placed at this
ballon tlrei. In excellent condition. 'I
Se at 11(>!) AlleghenyRd.., or ull'hwt'li'hc.ft'r. I "Mad House Tracy" who just days last week entertaining borne I writing In the final playofffor

S ext. 5fcS. WORKS came back from North Carolina. out-of-town guests. trophy and second prize, Lt.

PIx-cuMc foot refrigerator, Just reconditioned I Tracy says he climbed all the way \I What man in A&P. uses Tru- i, ( jg ) Grego TND champ, and Bill

: Hiawatha, reasonable.St, upstairs J. R. Schlavo.4U7 I The annual Shop Committee up Mt. Mitchell, which is approx- ,, shay I Coby; 'you lose again, Polly) ) will

Fishing reel suitable for use In fifth election is proceeding with gustoin _. ---- 1 also match for Supply "pro."'

,. or twit water. Lt. Com dr. Matched the Public Works Department, Sutton and D. Cameron. Mr. Vin- j TALK TOPICS. Betty SUd

\ ext 7 S5ThieetvedKom, house with gas heat. I rivaling the recent Philadelphia 1 yard, in Design, impressed his InspectingThe leaves tomorrow to accept her

Garage with laundry facilities, Immediate conventions-almost. Design and co-workers for quite a while when :, transfer to Norfolk. Her dtrart-
possession.I Located at 46JO Engineering Division! dispatches I I speaking of the club he belonged ure will remove a lot of the |'ioe-

Tlmuquana Rd.. one and one-half indicate that they are solidly behind "Southside Societj" sip for this column Dick Na-
to-the Uplift
miles from NAS. For appointment
to Inspect. cull Comdr. Relnhardt, I their nominee-Faunce McI I'' -until it was discovered that the deau left us quite suddenly for

ext. 506 or S-2295.: I Mully. Although Faunce Is of : club's one recreation was poker- Inspectors Seaboard Oil Company Ray
f DtoLuu Thayer collapsible baby carirTuge Scotch-Irish descent, his friends Welles is taking a transfer to Internal -
in excellent condition practically tease him with being half Scotch stud or draw. BHelen, Btirueti Revenue, so we can expectan
JltAillo" Nenco Chef electric I Connie Hecht says the gals In It's a boy for Lt. and Mr. R. G
stove reasonable. Phone Chalker, and halt Soda. He has been deluged increase in taxes as a result
; 'It:', ',4. :2-7017. with advice on how to assure Design are almost afraid to go Freeman Little Rowland GodfreyIV Reiter's ramblings', or Carl's)
. boat, extra | by the PW Lab in which Mr. Fab- i arrived July 14th. Congratulations ,
..74.;.; .fourteen foot. 4.pauenur his election everything quips: His pop owns a barber sit p,
: good eondltlon<< New nix horsepower mixes into little glass
tick potions to the happy parents!
.:, ', outboard motor Included. A. F. from kissing little babies under / *o he wants a sign reading, "We
: Kirkland, ext 525 or shop 716 A&R 17)) to posing in an Indian Chief's bottles so constantly. They expectan Sorry to lose Marie West this 1 need your head to help us run our

r Volld blonde mahogany five-piece bedroom : regalia It appears that Faunce explosion any day R. R. past week. She was transferredto business" Also, he wants a stool

suite also solid mahogany bar. and C. L. McCormick have joinedto Brogden went to North Carolinato Management Engineering in placed In Inventory with a sign
with electric lights I See at
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cool vacation weenvy
3724A Dewey Park: H. T. BesheartADC form the McCtilly-McCor- enjoy a Jennie the Assembly and Repair Department over it announcing "All pigeons
1 mlck" ticket Also nominated by I him. In Transportation I We'll miss having you withus sit here." Kitty Sue, Carl't fir tit,
ewly-palnled stroller In excellent "Kopec reports the wedding of Marie but I 1
the required percentage of votersin sincerely hope you celebrated her first birthday Just

i with condition piuctlcallv$450:new also slip studio corer,couch*25.Mis the department are S. A. Whit- John H, Boudreaux to the former I I enjoy your new station of duty. week Daisies to Ollie the Dutton -
Milwaukee
Freund of -
Parker ext. 407Hlxu tington A. L. Stonebanks, F. M. Miss Dolores I Two others are leaving the department who has been ill for the8.IIt:
>t>ri) asbestos shingle bungalow Wilds J. Leav- on 2 July in the Catholic Chapel -
., recntly lenoMited. lifetime I'.r' Ironmonger A. W !, here Transportation welcomed I this week, we are sorryto i several wf'eks"onil'e Tayloe
)hardwood fliioiK screened porch ins, E. Swanson, A. Moates S. report Margaret Roberts Miss "Eye-Catcher" ) the new'
-- | Mrs Lillie Simpson, formerlywith in Correspondence
'I transfer to the Supply Department gal Additional
the U. S. Maritime Commission
(! I and will check out of Inspection pet peeves: The party-line
division. In the File
I Into their
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tomorrow. Margaret will on Betty Lotz' telephone The

Q 0 0 iv 0 0 I| Unit, Merrie Acuff is receiving I be right at home in Supply, as she i trouble is that there is another

plenty of uninvited advice on how has been working in the Supply : "Betty" on her line, and cur Betty : -

II to learn to drive an auto. She Inspection Office for some tune. is constantly .well, occasionally -

should check with Frances' Theus.i I We'll miss having you in our department I l accepting dates for the other -

.:: MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM i Fiances took her car out a couple I Margaret, but wish you I gal FM thinks Johnny

MovietV \\'t't'kda1730 and '1 000; Wf'f'k-endHSO and 3000. of months ago, put it into the best of luck in your new position. "Irish" Kilday ( from A&R, currently -
I
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) i I I
TIH.HSn.YV! reverse!! and then couldn't slrp James H. Day tendered his : loaned to Supply) is one of
the blamed thing ran up on the welterweight contenders In the
"EYES OF TEXAS", starring Roy Rogers and Trigger. I resignation, effective the 23rd. ,
I7111)AY a neighbor's lawn. Herman Grifns .. Jimmy is moving his family to South.

CREW'S DANCE Station Band. Starts at 2030. of the Mail Unit is planning a I I: Miami, where he plans to go into I ILt.
SATl'KDAY AND' !M'XDAY' cruise soon with Uncle Sam's'Naval '' business for himself. Our best

"FOREIGN AFF A JR", featuring Jean Arthur. Reserve There's nothinglike I'I wishes go with you, Jimmy, and Col.

I MONDAYs the easy Navy life, huh ? : we wish you every success in ;your'I ,
I
"FOUR FACES WEST", with Joel MiCrea.1TEM1AY And that's all for this week, ex- new undertaking.We i ((Continue from 1'afe 1)

AND MKDNKSDAY; apt that we hope Maintenancewill I I extend a welcome to the was assigned to duty at the Philadelphia
1 Van Johnson. stir up a little news for then I Navy Yard.
"THE BRIDE GOES WILD", !starring following newcomers who Joinedus
>xt column. Major E. B. Glass will
I act as
I last weke: L. P. Allen, AMC .
JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM / a. C and R. Q. Hix! AMC, both from I. Commanding Officer of the Marine
I Barracks until Lt. Col Norton arrives -
(Now open to er.lMnl prrt.onnel and d..pt'lIdf'lIh HA well M .officer). FormerlyContinued Moffett Field, California, and A. in August.
G. Chamberlain ADC, from NAT-
'W !Shout Mart at 2000.TIIMi i >
TC, Memphis!, Tennessee. "'e'u
DAY AND FKIIlAY
( from rage 1) "Verbum
tapienU" means a
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glad to have fellows with us I
"SO EVIL MY LOVE" starring Ray Milland. you
word to the And
wise. one word'sall
SAT'ICUA ill October, 1945.: He repented and hope you enjoy working with
here from the Otnce of the CNO.A us. you need to peak of Payroll:
1'HAHUE OUTLAW", with Eddie Dean and R. Ales. 8avln specially! if that word
SINUA reception to welcome Admiraland B. F. Matthews, SA, messengerfor is' yourbE.tttplanforfutut'eeeurity. -

"RAW DEAL", utarring: Dennis Keefe. MTH. LJtch ia mhtchikd: for the department, is on 20- ay ( .
1800) tomorrow at the "0" Club. leave. is his
.;.C MONDAY AND TUESDAY! Benny spending leaveat
"FOREIGN: AFFAIR", featuring Jean Arthur. All officers in the Jacksonville his home in Texas where we ner'e condition IB much 'improved.We << .

WKDN: #: *l>AY uira have been invited to participate know he Is enjoying himself. understand he will be back

"FOUR FACES WEST", with Joel l McCrea. in the nffair. Olntl to report that W. R Mi- with us noon.









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SWIM MIT: Hl HUGHTS-1' 1) 'omdr.. F. J. Brush awards the first place medalto E
T ha* Trlndade. winner of the three meter dive. \\2) The three NARTU mermen who
scored every point for the Jax-Naw entry are, I left to right I Ray Trlndade Billy Cling
enpeel., and Charles Carroll, 131< ,> The start of the 300 meter breasUtroke: r4) Comdi
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George F. Stearns congratulates Charlie Carroll winner of the 1500 meter swim, 'r31 J E-
A Billy Cllngenpeel is awarded the first plate medal for winning the 300 meter Individual j ,
medley, (b) Here are the beauty contestants who helped award the medals to the .t
winners They are. left to right. Jean Harrington. Barbara Thompson, Betty Hilda s
11 Llndqulit Audrey Lewis and Put Reel. Their Friday night escort were. left to rl ht.
C Robert! Wells Earle Landrey. Chester Pa chang. John Marx:. and H A. Turk I A r. Malstrom new Commanding Officer of NAS. and Mis MaUtiom enjo their : :
I first swim meet heie Behind them are Captain and Mrs Prlestrnan and Comdi and !
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swim Mis Brush. (9)) Captain MaUtrom congratulates Charlie Carroll who won the 800 mete, '., : /


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Fliers Lend In 7. D.Chompionship r Softballers Crucial 7 ND Tied Playoffs Up In II j Southeastern Service Title


I The NAS Flier Softball nine Taken By Jax-Navy Skeetmen
is now making its bid to follow 'i iI'
in the footsteps of the fine 1UI7! -- -- Smashing 9b I birds out ofa

PloyoUs : I' aggregation far as the All-Navy which advanced finals as at j i iI Grego Wins 7 ND 'I possible 1,000, the Jax-Navy

I I Skeet team scored convincing
a -
Bv pinning a-3: defeat on the Green Cove Springs : Alameda last" summer The ('ur'I'I
'' Golf Match .Here the
I rent edit loft of the local victory over Tyndall
Bullets at Green Cove Saturday afternoon the NAS FlIer ballers knocked off the Green i 'I' Field bird-busters to cop the

baseball nine not only took the lead in the northern Seventh I Cove Springs Bullets, 15-2, Tony Grego of Jax.Navy won Southeastern Service title at
: behind the no-hit I the Seventh Naval District Med- I
night
Naval District Championship playoff but also snapped a Monday
I the Jacksonville Gun club last
I pitching of Daryl Shaw to take I alist match over a field of 15 ;
seven-game losing streak. The two squads were slated to the first of the important other service linksmen at the local week-end The Air Force

meet yesterday at Mason Field and if the locals came I tvvo-out-of-three game series to decide I course last week by three strokes ,I shooters, 1917 title holders,

through with a win, they auto the northern Seventh Naval coming in with a 152 for 36 I accounted for
matically eliminated the Bullets JAX NAVY TENNIS District Champion. holes. Grego is currently leadingthe 910x1,000
from a chance at the title. I But then Tuesday night, the Seventh Naval District teamin I This win returned to the Navy

If, on the other hand, the Fliers I revamped Bullets bounced backto the Trt-District matches' at the the George C. Miller Challenge
lost to the Bullets, then the two TEAM SPLITS TWO\ take a 9.; decision and Ponte Vedra links which end tomorrow Trophy which is always in competition -
nines will be forced to play the square the series! The final and I when the Tyndall Field
rubber game off some time next i I deciding game was slated to be I S. S. Shangula of Key West and Jax-Navy teams meet on the

week. But if the Fliers did win. ORLANDO MATCHESSunshine II played last night at the Power I and Joe MacDonald of Jax-Navy range The possession of this: trophy -
then they will play Key West here Plant Diamond. came in with 155s to share the is rapidly becoming emblematic : -
to decide the district champ prob. :: .:__ ----1 runner-up spot Erwin Scott of of victory in the most recent '
ably during the first week of Aug- and rain had much Billy Windham Rollins College Jax-Navy with 157 and Bill \\'his- service title competition in as-
ust. to do with the Jax Vavy Tennisteam's ,,,6-0. 6.3. E. O Williams couldn't ler of Jax-Navy with 160 took the much as the race for service titles
Tom'3f'1'ow..the' Fliers are scheduled loss and win down at Orlando get to Bill Smith in the second third and fourth positions. These always seems to narrow down
to leave for NAS Norfolk last week when the local singles with a 6-0, 6-0 result. Fred four top golfers round out the between the great teams from the
Va, where they will play a two- netters swamped a hapless Or- Lewis of NAS had Jim Windham Seventh Naval District squad Air Force and the Navy.
game series and return late Sat- lando Air Force team, 6-0. on tied up 4-4 in the first set of competing in the Tri.District In winning the 200-bird shoot
urday night. Then, on Tuesday, Tuesday and dropped the Wednesday their match but they were rained match the local quintet came in with the
the McCaffreymen will trek to tilts to( the Orlando Ten- out. After a brief delay Sterling Other men who came in with following scores: CWO R. H.

Camp LeJeune to tangle twice nis Club, 4.1. I Cranford lost to R. A. Robert oI i, cards are Doug Clark, Jax-Navy, Giles, 196; A. L. Arthurs. AOC.
with the Marines there thus clos- W. A. Akon a newcomer ta I 6-0, 6-3, and W. A. Akon NAS 166; Bill Theil, Jax-Navy, 170; 195; Lt. Comdr. J. A. Brough,
ing their regular season. the station tennis squad, registered beat t. A. Tally, Orlando, 6.4, Joe Martin, Key West 170:_ Dick 194: H. Hartley AOC, 192 andD.
Fliers Bullets an impressive win in his 6.3. 6.1. Fallpr, Jax-Navy, 170: Harry Gallitano, ADC, 187. Chief Ar-
Top singles match with J. C. Fahrin- In the only doubles match of The Linsey Green Cove, 177 Seven entries thur's 195 was good enough to
Blasting out 12 hits over the
ger, Orlando Air Base, 6.1, 61. wet afternoon, C. L. Varner and who were far behind the take the Class B Open: title, and
route the Fliers hand-
nine-inning I Later on in the day Akon teamed G. Wickham stopped Munoz and rest of the field failed to turn in I the team placed second in the<
ed "Ace Woolbright his eighth
i I up with Sterling Cranford, popular Williams, 8.6, 7-5 score cards Open Five.Man race.
win of the season! Saturday after- _
i NAS racketeer, to( take the No. -- H
noon at Green Cove Springs as the 2 doubles match from J. R. Aug- LOCAL ENTRIES IN TRI-DISTRICT MATCH I
locals took a 7.3 decision. Wool-
enblick and Fahringer, 6-2 62. '_ ..
bright only gave up five safetiesin Another outstanding singles 1 1i
gaining credit for the victory. I
match was the one between Lar-
The Fliers sewed up the victoryin > 1'
nerd Munoz, well-known Jax net
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the second when Jim Back i
ace and C R. Duvall Orlando
opened the inning with a single with Munoz taking the nod in
and was sacrificed to second by two straight contests, 6-3, 6-3. i I L. I.
Hosaflook Don Duncan
Jerry was
E. O Williams of Jax-Navy ,
hit by a pitched ball and then trounced J. R Augenblick of the I.I

Pinky Higgins drew a walk to i Air Force, 60, 62: Fred Lewisof
load the bases I
Woolbright helped Jax-Navy edged out R. J
his own cause by blasting a long
Stewart 6-4. 6.2; and Sterling
two-bagger to left to score Back Cranford NAS Jax. dropped his
and Duncan, and Eddie Bouffard '
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followed with still
through an-
Orlando Air Force. 6.2, 61 to
double chase and
other to
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wind up the singles pUv for the
Woolbright( across the plate. day. In the last doubles set of the F :"su
In the third frame the NAS meeting, Munoz and Williams
nine added two more insuranceruns I stopped Duvall and Edgar 60. 11.
when Don Duncan slaoped a 6I -".
single to right to score Dick New I With umbrellas in hand, the local '
port and Back and then closed its netmen sloshed theirav 0'11.0'* '
scoring for the day in the ninth ;I the Orlai.do Tennis Club 'court
inning when Woolbripht singledto the following day. Larnerd Munoz
score Back with the seventh dropped the first singles match to
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marker
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The Bullets scored once in the of ", Woolbright all over the :
fourth and twice in the seventh lot Sunday to shellack the locals

inning to the tune of 16-7 I
Back paced the Flier hitters by Included in the seven.inning, 16-
clubbing four hits In five trips to hit barrage were two( homers four'' 1J "'
the plate. Gus Gushanas, Don triples, three doubles, and seven -'S' 'i .
Duncan and "Ace" Woolbright singles The Prisoners scored nine
chipped in two hits each to aid in of their runs in the big third inning ;

the Filer win.I'rlyoners. when they took advantage' wERE < >
16; Pliers 7 of seven hits and two Flier errots I

The Georgia State Prison base- Bill Crane Jerry Hosaflook, and ___ __ ........,.,.,... ball squad shelled Jack Duvall, Pete Kellner all contributed two
formerly the NATTC Memphisnine hits each for the Fliers, but Jim ARE Till WINNERS; of the Seventh Naval District 36-hole golf tournament, held at th*
but now of the Fliers, from Medley, Prison hurler, bore downin II station links last Thursday and Friday, who are representing 7ND this week in the Tri-Distrtct match .
the mound In the third inning and the clutches to go the distance at the Ponte Vcdra course They are, left to right, Tony Grego, Bill Whisler, S. S. Shangula Erwin
then continued to blast the pitches and get credit for the win. Scott, and Joe MacDonald All but Shangula, who is from Key: West, are Jax entriesage .







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Event To Mark ADMIRAL.....,.,.>",..."4',.. .....<<< )' .LITCH:....,...,.. "_,_._,: '>READS"_'",",__" <<" ORDERS'_ u_ n 0.-- 4 Formerly Was NAOTC Chief

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the Naval Air Operational Training Command here from

; Ground School] March to December, 1943, assumed the post of Chief of

I "- For the first time in this Rear Admiral Ralph Davison who was detached 14 April l lo

Y; area, the general public will o for duty m the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations and
who the retired list ---- -- -------
have an opportunity to get a was placed on
earlier this month.
close-up look at Navy jet d Lt. Col. Moore C. 0.
In addition to CNAAT
serving as II ,
both the
fighters
ground
on w W rw Admiral Litch will have additional -
"" and in the air when the Naval \ d duty as Commandant of Of Marine Barracks
Air Reserve Training t"nit the Seventh Naval District and
here stages a special "'OpenHouse" Commander Naval Air Bases, Sev- i Goes To Washington
enth Naval District, until the disestablishment -
.:' Sunday to mark the .'. of 7ND on 1 Sep- I ,, 0 .
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"'; of :iI'w ::>iiI Ii
opening its new aviation fember
'
technical l training facilities in Since the departure of Admiral
Bldg. 158.A Davison Captain L. Y. Mason, Jr.
Gated to the station will bef has been Acting Commandant of
thrown open to Jacksonville and the District. Captain H. S Duck-
North Florida citizens for the big I, v > f'sf I worth assumed the duties of CNA-
event And Naval Air Station personnel I AT and was relieved by Captain
l. both military and civilian -- D. W. Harrigan upon his assignment -
have betn issued an invitation to to the Air Force University.
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.,'. attend I A native of Boston, Mass., Admiral -
No announcement was made bv I Litch was appointed to the
NARTU officials as to the type of I Naval Academy in 1916 and was
i jets to be displayed other than a member of the graduating class
that they will be "carrier fighters" of 1920. He has been connected
It is expected, however, that they .d with Naval Aviation since he won ;
will be "Phantoms". The planes his wings in January, 1921, and
" will be on view between the hours was promoted to rear admiral in
of 0900 and 1600 and will make HEAR ADMIRAL ERNEST W. LITCII assumed the duties of 1945, to rank from 9 October 1913 :.:
: demonstration flights at intervals I Commandant of the Seventh Naval District and Chief of Naval He has held a number of Impor-
," throughout the day Air Advanced Training Monday morning in a brief ceremony in tant positions including a periodof
I Although the jet fighters will front of the main Administration Building He is shown above read- a year, 1941.1912, when he
f claim the major share of attention j ing his orders assigning him to succeed Rear Admiral Ralph Da- served as naval air attache in I -,
visitors will also have an vison who was ordered to duty in Washington last April and who London; a two-year period 1935- Lt Col Thomas C Moore, Com-
I r opportunity to witness a squadron :' recently was placed on the retirement list I '37, when he had command of a o manding Officer of the Marine
ot week-end warriors" inaction bombing squadron attached to the I Barracks here since 3 November
,
Carrier Air Group 52, composed NATTC MEMPHIS IS WINNER IN NATAC carrier SARATOGA; service as 1916, left the station last week
/', of both fighters and attack 'I naval aide on-the staff of the Com- after being ordered to duty in the
r.: bombers, will carry on its regular manding General at General Personnel Division Headquarters
''f monthly training drill and spectators THIRD I Headquarters of the U. S. Army Marine Corps, Washington, D. C.
JAX GRABS
MEET NAVY
' i' will be permitted around the : SWIM' ; Air Forces: duty as navigator and I Lt. Col\ Arba L. Norton, who will
hangar. A large portion of the : I head of the air department of replace Lt. Col\ Moore, is expected -
,, 0 drill will take place in the air over I Scoring in every event of the meet, the NATTC Memphis i the USS RANGER; two assign- to arrive here on 23 August
the station so that the public can swim team piled up a total of 69 points and walkedoff ments at the Naval Air Station atI from the Second Marine Division,
I see the way Reserve pilots main- I Anacostia D. C.: and commanding Lejeune, N. C.
Camp
with the third annual Naval Air Training Athletic Con-
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tain their flying proficiencyNo I officer of the Detroit Naval Air
.J.' special passes will be required ference Swimming Championship last Thursday and Fridayat : Station. Lt. Col. Moore also reportedhere

for admission to the ata- the }Huge indoor pool here. The favored Pensacola Navy i l Rear Admiral Litch assumed from, but the prior Second to that Marine he nat Division -

tion for the "Open House", it was 'i squad took runner-up honors with 61 points, followed by 1, command of the aircraft carrier served four years with the Third
! stated Private automobiles will NAS Jacksonville with 51. NAS I -- ---- ----------- LEXINGTON in January 1945, he Defense Battalion, was at Peat
also to permitted aboard and visitors Oakland with 6, and NATB Corpus j break the record in that event, tached from command of the Harbor, Guadalcanal, and saw
may drive their cars to within Christi with none I and Ray Trindade, who copped the I LEXINGTON in January 1945 he duty throughout the Pacific area.
; easy walking distance of the i iI' three meter diving crown, compiledall served consecutively as Commander -
The Jacksonville entry, dominated : He replaced Lt Col. Alexander A.
NARTU hangar. of the local I Carrier Division 12, and Commander -
by three NARTU r.->ear- I squad's points. Vandegrift Jr., the son of Marine
BINGO RESUMED BY I olds, turned out to be the surprise The winning Memphis Hellcats Carrier Division 26, un- General A. A. Vandegrift who
I team of the two-day meet, coppingfive I (Continued on rage 2)) I (Continued on Page 3) (Continued on Page 3)
NAVY WIVES CLUB I and I
bettering
championships -
The Navy Wives Club announced three All-Navy records. Charlie I BRAZILIAN OFFICERS GET WINGS .
' early this week that Carroll who surpassed the All-
I the Navy marks in the 1500 and 800
regular Thursday Bingo
parties at the Dewey Park clubhouse meter swims as well as'capturedthe II ...
I will be resumed tonight 400 meter freestyle crown
, at 2000 Everyone is invited to Billy Clingenpeel, who upset ren-I
I sacola's Johnny Higgins in the
I ; attend The jackpot will be $50
--.I ; 300 meter individual medley to I
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I' New Officers For Coming Year J

.I\: Mrs, Ann Kemp was elected I
.' president of the Ladies Auxiliary Mrs Pearl Szarmanski were picked a re'
": of Fleet Reserve Association I as alternates
',' Branch 91 at the July meeting of I Io Mrs. Szarmanski who is the
the organization held last week in 'auxiliary's welfare chairman, an-
the Cumberland Road Community I nounced that the old clothing do .
! Building. Other officers chosen to : :nated and collected by the members
, serve during the coming year were 0 I Ii had been sent to the West
'I I Coast to be used in the rehabilitation .
i Mrs. Audrey Stephens, vice president -
"'-_ << ; Mrs Paula Miller, secretary; k I of flood victims. It was revealed ; ; ,
Mr*. Grace Sandefer, treasurer; I' also, that the treasurer ;
and Mrs, Louise Orszag, chaplain. I had forwarded a check to furtheraid

. Mrs Mary Kidder, Mrs. Jewel I I disaster the stricken area. residents of the < ,'7'r"l'" ,0.'- .,.*dO.# \sY'. '.dY.,,,,,,v', )d to----< :)wD0" , Smith, Mrs. Edna Gable, and Mrs.
Leona Eheremann were all named :Mrs Clara Stephanz, the retiring SIX BRAZILIAN OFFICERS, In training here for the past few months, received their wings at
members of the board of directors. president, presided over the business the Naval Aviator designation ceremonies last Thursday at the bandshell Shown immediately following
The newly-elected president and session. Refreshments for the : the presentation of their "graduation" certificates with Captain A. I. Malstrom, NAS Commanding *
secretary were( selected as delegates social hour following were served Officer, (center) and W. S Johnson (holding hat), executive vice president of the Jackson.
to the organization's nation. by Mrs. Smith, assisted by Mrs. ville Chamber of Commerce, and S. Kendrick Guernsey, past president of Rotary International, they.
o. al convention next month in Dallas Mary Cundy, Mrs. Orszag, and are, left to right 2nd Lt. J. V. C. Checchla. 2nd Lt. Ney Freitas, 2nd Lt. E. M. Bolsson 2nd Lt. G.
" Texas Mrs Eheremann and Mrs. Faun Gallant B. Passoa 2nd Lt. A. D Tedesco, and 2nd Lt. N. C. Albuquerque.

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t: ;< + seems incredible that an exile from.
from his own native countryshould
t <.: be saluted by the presidentof : 1M&RTUn
that country Yet it is true. The
exile was one who had left this
to work (liii wrtl'fi column. d.i ...f'oI! to 'A'N.n! M, .. *f the two weekend ....'
country amongst leperson .
I ....*rti
the isle of Molokai in the
deep \
I (COMMAND 1'1'1(1'OltMAN" ';- --------- ;
South Pacific Once he placed foot After selecting a beautiful gut Whitworth. He'll tell you of the '
t tl on this! isle of the Iviing dead, he the other week as Miss FAfeRon special dates on which your exams -
a sacrificed all hope or thought of 58. wed like to issue a request will be given ;
returning td the land he loved so that Skipper Johnson bring her NEW FAC'ES-Say "hello" to
much around tor an mtioduction Incase Walter Beacham, Dan Seville, .I
Ira Dutton of Yankee heritage you didn't get the name the Willis Cannon. Herb Ellis' D, F.
from the hills of Gannet, Wallace Grisset, John
had
Vermont nist time, she s!' Miss Pa Reel ,"
made this sacrifice to give spiritual who,*I so bears the title ot 'Miss Lane, Bob Mumford Bob N eld,
and earthly aid to these lot Jacksonville Beach and who is and Vic Woodman all new members \.4
ting specimens of humanity As Fiifbcientlv well known in the cos- of our squadrons! Congratulations II
Brother Joseph, he exiled himselfof i i metlcs!! world to have a sun-tan (In your excellent choice,
his own accord to work amongst I j lotion named after her Remember men and welcome aboard r
those who were not permitted to fellas, if YOU daub your char Tilt Ml'Ml1! Anyone who .,
live in the society of others, As red epidermis' with any: ether lotion thinks that there a finer way
Ira Dutton his heart could not than "Pat Reel Sun-tan Lo- of protecting our national secuiity

.. .....__,..OYmwvp.-"M.MF S.'wm...... .y.M'._m"' 'v0. A<'. I be wrenched from his love of coun- I tie>n," it will practically) amountto than by training week-end Naval Air Reserve -
ought to get in
I mutiny' or desertion or sumpn.
MARINE \\KEK-KND WARRIORS from \'MF-IH. NARTU's I try.He told these lepers of the glories l.l/rs'TALH RUMNESSThe touch with Larry Larizza We &.-.
Marine: Reserve fighter squadron. inspect a Marine Corps Helicopter heard Larry spellbind a few of the _
of his native land and daily I two weeks' active duty period for
at MCAS Cherry Point where they ate participating in 15 day the Stars and Stripes flung themselves our FASRon extends from 7 to lads as he extolled the merits cf
t>f annual with other Marine Reserve outfits
maneuvers
naming
the type training we receive and
into the wind from the 20 August V\e know you won'thave
from eastern United States Spectators from Jax in the group are the great purpose which it serves
flagstaff atop the Molpkai a chance to forget those
Ivt. Joe Ke-hten Flc Gene Sutton, T Sgt. Joe La ota. Sgt. Jim 'I Year after passed by crag and dates because that all we hear the nation How can we ever lone
.Almond, Pvt. John Meek, S'Sgt. Glen Feislew. and T/Sgt Art year when we have fellows! like Lanyaround t
about these
not only the love of God but also our shipmates! talking
:Mainwcod The squadron Is expected to return here ;, j
Saturday of country; was poured into these j days. During the period examinations t
leprous ears for change and or advancement 111 NEXT 1'IM&-Juflt a tacit ';,
Chaplain Slates I It came to July in the year in rate will be conduted reminder, men "'f"vt'' been so .' i
1K S, Theodore Roosevelt, then I f' And here good news the busy' talking about annual train- ,;
Hospital I Marriage ClinicAt President, wishing to impress the : time in rate from SR to AA ha* ; ing duty that we almost forgot ,(
world with the might of our nation i been reduced horn nine to />x to give out with the dates of cur .
I Air StationA and the glories of our Navy, I' months If vou ere one of those next two monthly drills In case 'f
Chatter I ordered a world cruise. Word had I veryrare few who cannot getaway any of :you didnt know they'ie
leached even to this desolated from their- jobs for this active 21 and 22 August and 11 and 12 r

Have you noticed the variety of clinic marriage will be and family relations I I I colony that the American Fleet duty period and would still September. We'll be seeing: :you f
Activities which yc on in the the next conducted at NAS I I was to sail the Seven Seas These like to take the exams dc.n't forget when we check in for the two i

lied Cioss Recreation Office It during Proflssor Edwin Hartz two of weeks the University by I strange children of Uncle Sam to get in touch with Ensign weeks on 7 August .' :

is m)t only. an office but also a of Florida ''Tallahassee), then asked a preposterous! question !- ed Friday nights festivities by 'J
craft shop, artist studio, game it : Would they come to Molokai ,
was announced yesterday by NATTC Memphis winning the lib meter freestyle x
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:room (mostly ciibbage), sometimes Captain Francis Lee Albert, Senior ? Brother Joseph, having confidence event, but from then- on the three t
even a sewing room From in God and country, looked I .
Chaplain (Continue*! from Page 1)) NARTU Jacksonville men held :i
0830 to OM'C' ) is coffee time. During The professor is a Naval Reserve at his motley family and said, I had too much reserve strength for complete control. Carroll won his 1
this half hour, much hospital 'I 'They will come, my children"' Jacksonville'
chaplain and will conduct the tlin- either- Pensacola or third title bv' winning the 400 meter -
chatter IF JuH.d.oa'k: and forth ic his two-week I A visitor gained entrance to the II | with, four '
during tour of active to cope winning Browns :, swim in the time of 'I:2P.4: ..
On Tuesday and Friday mornings duty' here He is expected to I I White House and we find the I I and placing in a point-gaming spotin without breaking the old All-Navy
!; !, among the many other report for duty tocla>', All)) naval ,, President of the United States every one of the eleven record
things, we receive lovely flowers personnel and dependents will find I listening to a strange story. | Charlie Carroll of Jax.Na\'1'f'nt8'1 Next Billy Chngenjeel. also cf 1...
that would give all the florists him available at the chapels for I "You mean to say" the bewildered only three-event winner i NARTU and the Jacksonvilleteam

competition These flowers come counseling on marriage problemsand President asked "that this j tourney, started things off in fine pulled the upset of the day '.t
lawn the hospital garden throughthe I domestic difficulties Appointments : man has been telling these lepers | style Thursday morning by splashing by nosing out Johnny Higgins in
courtesy of Mr. Morgan who may be made by calling at : that our battle fleet will pass by his way over the 1500' meter the 300 meter individual medley f';
is in charge.If the chapel offices or "b>' phoning Molokal Why the schedule does swim distance to take his first to break the All-Navy record wt ,q
: youve nothing to do, drop 'him at ext E>354. not go within hundreds of milesof crown and better the All-Navy by Higgins, himself, last August. <1
by the efface and well)) put you to I Chaplain Hartz is recognized as this island!" Tapping his desk record for this event He was timed Chngenpeel was timed in 4.21,4: ;
work. A patient who merely' hesitates a leading authority on family I in thought, he called for the Secretary in 22:21.1: a full 18 seconds the old record was 4 :22.5, It was !
in the doorway to look in problems He is associated with of the Navy, "If a man had ahead of R M Gielow old markof the first time in ten years that :
may find himself involved for the the University Department of fIO much faith in God and country 22:49.2.: > H. M. Palmer and P anyone had beaten Higgins, a former 1
I Social Work -," he pondered, "his country Van Dyken, both of Memphis, finished -
lest of the afternoon Its all fun, member c>f the United States 1--
cannot fail as God would 11<.>t, second and third, respectively -
DO don t let this frighten you Olympic Swimming Team, in this
away. will suiely help to make the party: Day after day, Ira Dutton and S, N. Templeton lock event J.i
more interesting mounted the shaggy crag, leaned the fourth place pot
Everyone should be aboard: for I Ray Trindade, the ether Jack-
against the flagstaff with Old Thursday night, however, theJacksonville
the wiener roast next Thursday Glorv striking out into the trio wa* simply outclassed sonville winner, came into hit own j
night at 1930. It will be out in bieeze, fine day, over the horizon, as Jack Martin of Penia- in the three meter diving ('ompe'I
the glove next to the corpsmen a patch of smoke could be seen cola successfully' defended his tition by totaling 288 points and 1
Cuarterf| So let's all be on hand adding the NAT AC crown to his
Then another and another. The crown in the 200 meter freestyle,
fur the fun At the 'tatl.D (n..p.I, Birmlartaam list ef lauiels Oing- ,
long
already
Road sad MuU. A+taoerrete fleet was coming On the lonely I A. R. Michael- of Memphis coppedthe
I
Ac for chow there will be deli I .laat promontory of Molokai stood this 100 meter backstroke ciown. enpeel placed second in the: divingbehind
cious hot dogs which you, yourself : OWO-\\ ('i ship Ict'-Chaplllin 01I I man of God and country, surrounded Johnny Higgins won the 200 meter Trindade. 1
will ((*.k over an open fire ear W. Hcuit by his band of lepers I breaststroke title, and the Memphis In the final event c,f the meet
and then add onions, relish, and I 1043-Geneialoikhlp lain R. L MUIJh"Sen'ice-Chap- They knew then they really had a I 400 meter relay) team won out the Memphis 300 meter medley .
inuwlaid. Mmm'! Can't you just 09. O Sunday Skhcel. Small C'haJot'l. country they would never see, but over Pen.*>acola and Jacksonville relay team broke another record
taste them t..th.lie) they had a coup ", Then, on Friday morning, Carroll by covering the distance in 3:41: 2.
There will also b* horseshoe 0700'o30-Ma.( -MA >a The United S...:ll>S Fleet drew I took his second championship A oreath-taking finish by' Charlie .

pitching: dancing, and good records Chaplain J. M. C'o..le will cftVinle near As it passed by, the personnel by winning the 800 meter Carroll gave Jacksonville second ,
to listen: to A very attractive at both Ma e*'. was drawn up in review array -I swim. He covered the distancein place and Pensacola thud. ..rl
group of young ladies will be I An outdoor Nursery for mall chilli !- I and each battle wagon dipped the superlative time of 11:35,6 Captain A I. MalMrom. Commending \
en ii maintained between ('l<(() and t
present as your hostesses. They .l'JOO, ; its Ensign- in salute to a great to better R. M. Gielow old markof Officer of NAS Jacksonville "
I American 11:39.7, Johnny Higgins of Pen presented Lt Waiter Welwh,
II BEAUTIES, YOUNG AND OLD I Ira Dutton was a living example sacola was second and H. M. Palmer Memphis coach with the huge NA- '.
of the fact that a man who I' of Memphis was third TAC trophy symbolic of victory
has the love of God and his fellow A R Michael of Memphis open- in the aquatic tournament '
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creatures at heart has a love
r q hip ask Yy''. ra of country that neither self-exile I SOMETHING'S COCK-EYED HERE d

nor distance can ever erase. ...
Chaplain James M Coyle.
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Marriage has pl-lenty of ups ,. tf.t
and downs, let me tell you! But I Cr

Savings Bonds All they got r. .
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1)1 VAL COINTl' 4-11 ('Mil gill. visiting: the station lastwrik I NO, IT'S NOT A MIUAf t:. rat Reel Miss Jal'k,.{>n"IJJe Beach,
taJc'd! : then wn beauty enntest with contestanl. n the recent Th JAX AIR NEWS U a member <"f is really wearing: a fu oat as she Wipes the fevered brow ot Keith
Mina Florida rag' .ant a* judges! The winners were. tttmt tow, left the the Ann MiIp'rlul Fiens Mljitlon!'*1"lu. and Re I' Messtr. fcA of NATiTU For while Keith vainly tries tc' keep cool .
tu light. Kitty Hampton, second plate:: Elizabeth Counngton, first pnxltM.tlnn! of ro teilal from these with two electric fans and a copy f.f Jax Air News for a ruuul fan, :
place; and) EiUe' Cmaye. third (11'He.: Judging the event weir, second "tJUUf'1 must bear a cieillt line Re|>ubllratlon Pat has just returned from aii-conditioned Bhig 158 where NAH .I"
tow, lift l to light, Jean Herrington, Min' Palatka; Betty Hilda service: tit publications other matter, In, except pruhlblledwllhoitt by. TU's ground training itchol is moving Those three fingem\ nhe's '
JjindiiiiHt| Miss! JndHlutnj)1.) ; Baibaia Thompson, Miss tVinnrulinn; priltliftlnn' of editor: JAX AIR I holding up Dignify the number of days remaining before the. school
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"wit- Bulletin) will IM fu-ctpted until Hpace IIas Iraq filled, but not later a -

,( .t than NMKJ Tiiewlay. Ext. ?so. -

r' FOR SALE I and automntle elecltlc hot Nvnler ll ;SALUESEARLY
heater. $:) WK, ) tums Riley exi. 225: .
: : !>46 Cionley) four-passenger sedan 6400 1W6! Mercury convertible coupe, Kxcellent -
da7f i.
eA 1I'tunl miles. Just horn ovcrhauh'd.new condition original: owner t
inotoi find new Hies. JM Will Kng. Adams. AbU.lt Motor Courts .
hell)ilU finance $450 at\ ina1'iw,.inmte'- No.5. 1-2 mile south of Main ',ate ,
ly $ month. Oil flr&I ;.t''lltI Isnelllnic. Two and one-half bedroom house! ELECTION. With the
Call 2.4637.
stucco on block. Juxt tederor-ated
Factory, Sales Company.JVoston Inside and out. Daily bus .ei\ice u voting for the presidency only a

.. t. Bull Puppy' three months old) '; town. Near (church, shopping center few short months away, Supply
.- swell |*'t foi a child. Cull G. T. and school. Also furniture lot $41J again steals a march on the nation -
at t. Murray 82351.Apartmentsize I It Ford -fm/ orFOR 9-6flfO. a k ... .. and holds its own election)

t washer 4 lb. c"'I \'lty. '' RENT for Shop Committee members on
.. ; Also acll III' 28-Inch blc>('1... $:.J(1 for Newly-decorated fiont bedroom, next 2nd. The nominations
:._ rnch. A. A. Skaggs. SKC. DivisionS to bath. Will tent double or single: August by
box 21. t>r 3KK1A Norman St.. Kitchen privileges. deslied. with 'petition, are all in-( the nomineesare
I Dewey Pit I k. running hot water Harry Levendus- all in, tool-and those receiving -
; I'lOKll cliculatlnp h_ter. Including\ ky. 7-4489. : a sufficient number of
':h fuel tank rack. and tlplnjr for fuel Two-ioom apartment with! garage: 109
I tonrierl Ion $100: L & H electric weekly.I Mrs J M. Joyner, Call after 1 votes i to acquire eligibility in the
stove $175: thiee J100, one box spring & mattress for Furnished apartment In Avondale Neat 1 Sylvester Lanier, Jr., James
$: All Items are one dear old. For NAS bus route one block off Park w. !
.' cash cnl)'. J. B. Lewis.2284.: i All utilities furnished Including\ 4e V. Harper Frank B. Wilcox W.Eclzel .
I :35)39) Plymouth four-door vedan In ex- continuous I hot water Hf'rrington'lIIiam Ford,
'T'(; .f: trllent condition. Phone' ext. toll1t.: Lt. ; r "'f'n.d exchanged. Mr*. Sroxch: Frank Courtney George Anderson -

} R. Hut-kei. 23386. > r Samuel Grant, Freuerick Davis. -
'.,r; Two-pift'e living room suite couch Large corner room overlooking I river i
1 S. does not open Into bed. $40 See. Wll- I with double beds and 'latge cedar Charles Reed and Mitchell
: ,, son :Q44A Norman SI.: Dewey Park.Mxuxirn I closet private bath and showetWould Walker. Petitioners are encouraged -
home at 5226: Transylvania>> I prefer two",, gentlemen. Mis to campaign for their (choices\
Avenue In Wesconnett. My' rquityj7u Wesley Coleman 75382.:
balance $5.100. and you have about a week <>r ten
.. Brown :2-7070 looms with kitchen privhftes in <
Ice lefrlgerator. 75 lb. capacity. Call Ortega home. Located, on city' bus days! in which to put over ;your
J. O. Wilt. 7-43.! line. Mrs. John Stephens 4257 Longfellow :' candidate.! If you managers are
..Royal I upright vacuum cleaner, has' Stteet.Room -
Just tof't'n lecondllloned. $15. See at and board, good ..all and comtollable on your toes we should pee some
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3417A Kll.vw.n St.. Dewey"" Park. E. L. beds" home-like.. Located *t -- 515 55I "" original ideas in motion around
White ADC' AAR Carburetor' Shop 2135 Forbes St. Phone Ciosby. .4V 1tiCo..n..r I TAKING INVENTORY' ; at Supply's bulk and shop stores! retail the department to make the voters

Raby caiilaii n11r chair, faircondition bedroom next to bath : kitchen section in Building 111 are civilian storekeepers Jack Byron, left candidate-conscious.
.f both $10: 1W6 ency- privileges If desired. Next to shopping -
L j; clol't'dle In 10 volumes, excellent condition center and bus lines. In Lake I and Bob Stillwell. right The section was recently created to) TOURNAMENT TALK. By last
1: half original: puce Good, Snore. Call Mi Rhodes 23245.Tworoom reduce paper work by issuing stores over the countf'r.ffHEEi1A Monday, all but one of the first
evhool reference books. Mrs Evans. apartment nicely fuinlsh-
Est 4N31M7 -. ed. ("JlIMil.\ 84>aJIf'264.: round matches had been played
: buick Roadmaster In excellent New, seven-room house unfurnished. and in most cases the scores wt-re
ndltlon., 12rK r actual I mil..,. Priced with Venetian 'blinds and so even that it was either cppont'nt's -
:Equipped;
lot oulfk ...1... Call Mrs Oliver) ext.3.V7. : ( heater. Has 3 bedrooms.breakfast until
race the last
U-f''re HK 27311.: )t.ftUuiU and a Irage screened porch. Lo- = hole J. B. Stafford and Commander -
cated on I lot. $100 permonth. J AROUND Humes finished their List
vouch with -
& 1 complete covets: I llr. p'I.'nm; I -
A F..D'I
kitchen-dinette I ...t, solid oak, complete or 9-6470. Be nine all ('even but Stafford managed
with lour chairs and pads: shears ADC. I' Engineering by LIMa Bojett -- to gain a one-up lead on the
It cuing table with asbestos! Furnished loom with bath and VII- !I 1\\
top':
clothes locker, durable steel con- chen privileges. Mrs ID. Morton 'I Caroline Driggers has been transferred I seventeenth hole and held the

., 'trurtkn; : baby stroller : cocktail table ; K1183.Completely : I to Industrial Engineering innately 6MX) ft. above sea level. Skipper to a half on the JMh
; radio.I AM comhlnatlon I : also I fuinlshed one-bedioom\ I and in leaving) she says she has giving J. B. the match Commander -
I for
miscellaneous household bungalow suitable couple only. Personnel A Administration--by
Hems. Salvtill.
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XHt 11i Olbbs Ave Dewey, Paik.. I I Five miles from NAS. $75 per month. 'really enjoyed working with all not Hi'I4f1o'n--Mr. Jarrard wt'n'tIII I Appleby and Lt. <<< jg>

.,.. :JoChly.l..r] Ro> al "with" new paint Phone W. C. \\'11181 d. 2-7515. I I the folks! in Engineering. ReplacingCaioline { leave last week using the ex, O'Keefe were tied on the lath, butan
Job reconditioned motor and trii. \VANTEI1 ( is Helen Steward, who 8 and a 6 respectively c-n the
$9)! ?.. Contact C. L. Gray. Hftnxar { Job a* baby sitter experienced hand. I, was formerly with the Foreign ruse "full moon shellcrackersbedding" last hole gave O'Keefe thedge
123. during working hours: : phone will sit lime. See O'Craw- : Even the dictionary
R-lOfti.:: after 1630. ley", ( 06" Barln St.. ian 'Liquidation Commission for LAt- ciot-sn't have a definition for the : and a sure ticket into the second
rt of CPO whites. site 5*. with Navy man being transferred desires' in America and under the dii-ct ,. I round Billy Rountree managed -
"I''hlII'M last of that Did it
"t, tate and two nashmniks. three or four-room i apartment: (forwife supervision of Corndr. Robert F.I I' part excuse. to eke out a one-up )lead on
Will lake. $20 for the two. and two children, Prefer Rlv- rain ?
Also Ranker over-and-under 12I I eislde or Avondale section. Evans, I Edgar of Surplus Material De- Lt. Lewis on the front nine but
gouge shotivun; J75. Chief Wllklns.IATI' ext. 4t*. pa!tment. Balboa. Canal Zone. She Any of you single gals interested steam-rollered to victory on the

No. 9.TuMetop A passenger to accompany me to SanFtanclsco. was there for one and one-half in having a bouquet of flowersbachelor 1 back-nine six and four Commander \ -
vas range used less thenone Lexving I about 25 July. I and arrived back ( buttons! on your desk' Porter
just in ther relinquished' only
year l..itl'l.lnabl. Also child'slar6e 1 Call Lt. Reese, 76732.:: I years I
to Ch. Mach. Bush. He
:' just speak
-slec Irlcycle.I Grounds, J54.) Machinist for duty at Hobby Shop. r states last May. We are very glad 'one hole and halved another'in ,
OHven St Deuey Park I I3M2 See Chief Tanner at Hobby Shop to have you with us, Helen. We broke the ice over those flowers!! his match with Robertson, chalk-

) -:. Foid Deluxe coupe with new Bldg. ;nS are also) happy to have Daisy B. the other day by bringing Miss ing up a )lopsided triumph thatpermitted
ib. four tires ( I.I..A1.:0 n ,
paint ]< new radio andWater Sweat some. He doesn't grow anything -
.. Cook with us. Daisy was foimerlyan i no threat Otis
A bargain at HOPS. See Mitchell. Will trade a 1948 maroon cusiom-buUt I'I in the line of flowers for
< f1"; 1146B Allegheny St., NAS.IwiiVp : DeSolo convertible with radio heater aircraft worker in the shops' 'Owens and Betty Sted played to
a Shore bunKalow GI financed. fog lights and supercushionwhite but has now joined our staff in : married women so he told Jean a tie for the 18, but Otis emerged
Will sell) eoulty. add four per rent sldewall tires for late model I Glad to see are bet-
Engineering. Another new addition i I I you feeling victor by virtue of Betty's withdrawal -
'
inleieut. Pie-war anbeMoR shingle and difference in ('(lsh. 'I
with awnings and lifetime roof. Completely Contact cheaper' car Lt. Reeve at ext. 8259 or : to our department is Edward I ter. Mary Catherine Heaney ably because of her imminent
'I
j.!.,i' ...t'tllht'15trlr'I'5ffl' \ Fremont after 1700 at KW. Can see car at N. Genest, SA, who is helping out tCk'f'r while you were sick. I( transfer Jack Sharpe and
Avenue. Hlghsmllh., | Bldg. 40 or Apartment I, Bldg. 803.will Iin "Tiacy's Mad House." I Getting back to Mr. Jarrard, : Billy Rountree matched up lat
3y.T7 Chr.vsler ) dl.or sedan In good ,
convertible
( u bade 1945 Hudson
Gloria is, by now probably look- saw him hand Spurlock fifty cents Saturday for their play-off, Roun
conditlt'n. Can be seen at Hangar i i for late model IIfdll n. Deal can be ,,
,I ; ]2'2. fleetrlc chop. AMU sell for $375. arranged for older model If1)\ ) good ing at the Cyclotron at the Museum the other day. Then she gave It''' tree ending up the front nine witha

I V' FICI'' f'II. condition. Contact M. E, Wlnilham of Science and Industry in i! back to him. Later on saw Mr. J.I three-tip lead but dropping; almost -
Ii' 3042 Chevrolet convertible in rrfe: Ct ATC.: VF-ATL. No. 2. Chicago. I bet she'll have a wonderful out in the Time Section giving the entire second nine to
condition.' Excellent buy at $13P5. .
f1"- Call Miss; Ptcard. ext. 573, daytIme: I 1 time traveling around with | back to her again. What. goes on give the flight championship to

'. 'f. 7,0 evenings. her brother in Michigan and Wisconsin here ? Sharpe The Booth-Turmr
,to .." (:Diva blccl with 16"' wheels) and INSIDEPUBLIC Another vacationeer Miss Dunbar was off several match had not been played at this
,
Milton I tires, In excellent condition.
See a1109\ Allegheny Rd. or callSchwelghofer. I was "Mad House Tracy" who just days last week entertaining some ;: writing In the final) playofffor

ext. 5X1.. WORKSThe I came back from North Carolina. out-of-town guests. trophy and second' prize, Lt.
I, Ik-cubic fool rf'llat..to, Just reconrillioned. : I Tracy says he climbed all the way'up What man in A&R uses Tru- rjg> Grego. TND champ and Bill
reasonable. J. R. Schlavo. annual Shop Committee which is shay ? lose) will
t 4327: Hiawatha St., upstairs Mt. Mitchell, appro- Coby you again, Polly)
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Jlxhlnp reel suitable for use In flesh (election is proceeding with gustoin I -- ----- also match for Supply "pro"

or Milt \II aIel'. Lt. Comdrtalchell, the Public Works Department, Sutton and D. Cameron Mr. Vin- TALK TOPICS. Betty Sled
ext. 765. rivaling the recent Philadelphia 1 InspectingThe leaves tomorrow to her
i in his accept
Thiee-bedroom house with gas heat.Gtiragf I'' yard, Design, impressed
with laundrv' facilities' immediate cOlwt'ntions-almollt. Design and co-workers for quite a while when transfer to Norfolk. Her departure -

ponketuiion., Located at 4630 Engineering Division dispatches speaking of the club he belonged will remove a lot of the gossip !-

.... Tlmucjuana Rd.. one and one-half indicate that they are solidly behind to-.the "Southside Uplift Society" for this column Dick Na-
miles from NAS.: For appointmentto
Jnapevt. call Comdr. Reinhardt, their nominee Faunce Mc- -until It was discovered that the deau left us quite suddenly for

ext. 506 or 82295. 1 Mull)'. Although Faunce is of club's one recreation was poker Inspectors Seaboard Oil Company Ray
.. Jt>Luxt' Thayer collapsible baby carriage Scotch-Irish descent, his friends Welles) is taking a transfer to Internal -
( In excellent condition, practically stud or draw. B Helen IturnettIt
him with half Scotch > Revenue
tease being
; so we can expectan
new Also Nevco Chef electric Connie Hecht says the gals in > a boy for Lt. and Mrs. R. G.
love: reasonable. Phone Chalker and half Soda. He ha been deluged increase in taxes as a result
27017. with advice on how to assure Design are almost afraid to $0 Freeman. Little Rowland Godfrey Reiter's ramblings, or Carl's
Fourteen foot. 4-pasaenger boat extra by the PW Lab in which Mr. Fao- IV arrived July 14th. Congratulations -
\ his election everything quips: His pop owns a barber shop,
good ('oooltion..w six horaepoweroutboard rick mixes potions into little glass to the !
motor Included. A. F. from kissing little babies i underIT 1 happy parents! so he wants a sign reading, "We
Kirkland ext. :525. or shop 716: A&R. :] ) to posing in an Indian Chief's bottles so constantly. They exrtct Sony to lose Marie West! this' need your head to help us run our

loUd blonde mahogany five-piece bedroom regalia. It appears that Faunce an explosion any day. R. R. past week She was transferred business." Also he wants a stool l
suite alxo tolld mahogany bar.rigged went to North Carolinato 1
with: eltn-tilc 1 lights.: :See at and C. L. McCormick have joined' Brogden to Management Engineering in I placed in Inventory with a sign

3724A Dewey Pa' k. H. T. Beshears, to: form -the "McCully-McCor- enjoy a cool'a'atlon weenvy the Assembly and Repair Department I over it announcing, "All pigeonssit

ADC.JMewlypainted. mick" ticket. Also nominated by him. In Transportation Jennie 1 We'll\ miss having you with here." Kitty Sue, Carl's first!' ,

:', $4.50also:stroller In studio excellenteondlllon couch the: required percentage of voters! Kopec reports the wedding of us, Marie, but sincerely hope you I' celebrated her first birthday !last

with piBCtlcall> new slip cover :>25. In the department are S. A. Whltington. r John H. Boudreaux: to the former enjoy your new station of duty. week Dajsies to Ollie the Dut-

)Mrs .'", ker. ext. 407.Ixroom A. L. Stonebanks F. M. Miss Dolores Freund of :Milwaukee j Two others are leaving the de- ton, who has been ill for the I'II.!'>tol'e'f"ral

..". ,. recently asbestos ieno\ated.shingle Lifetime bungalow ro--f Ironmonger[ A. \V. Wilds. J. Leav- here.on 2 July in the Catholic welcomed Chapel pajrtment this week we are sorry II weeks! Venice Taylor

list dWJ(>d flour>, screened porch iM, E. Swanson, A. Moates S'i Transportation to report Margaret Roberts <(< Miss "Eye-Catcher": ) the new
.. Mrs! LIllie Simpson, formerly with transfer to the Supply Depart- gal in Correspondence Addi-
the U. S. Maritime Commission
r ment and will check out of Inspection 1 tional pet peeves: The partylineon
into their division. In the File
tomorrow. Margaret will Betty Lotz': telephone. The

Q o D io 00 Unit Merrie Acuff is receiving be right at home! Supply, as she trouble is that there is another

plenty of uninvited advice on how has been working in the Supply : "Betty" en her line, and our Betty -

I to learn to drive an auto. She Inspection Office for some tulle constantly\ rwell. occasionally -

should check with Frances Theus. Well\ miss having you in our department ) accepting dates for the ether -
; MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM Frances took her car out a couple FM
Margaret but wish!' you I gal thinks Johnny

... Movie: \\VfrUdays-1730: and woo>: W"t'k-f'ul.-USO arxl 2000. of months ago, put it into the best of luck in your new position. "Irish" Kilday i from A&Fl, cur-
Till'HSDAY"EYES reverse, and then couldn't tr.p; James H. Day tendered his rently loaned to Supply I is one of

: OF TEXAS", starring Roy Rogers and Trigger. the blamed thing 'ran up on resignation, effective the 23rd. the welterweight contenders in the

"nmA l \. ; a neighbor's lawn. Herman Griffs Jimmy is moving his family to South.

CREW'S DANCE Station Band. Starts at :2030.SATVKDAY \ of) the Mail Unit is planning a Miami, where he plans to go into I I .
; AND M'NDAY"FOREIGN I cruise soon with Uncle Sam'sNa'al business for himself. Our best

AFFAIR", featuring Jean Arthur Reserve. There's nothing ,: wishes go with you, Jimmy and' Lt. Col.OutinnI.

]MONDAY like the f'aa'y life, huh ? we wish you every success in your I I

... .: "FOUR FACES WEST" with Joel McCrea. And that's all for this week, ex- 1, new undertaking. ( \ from rage| 1)was

; i Tl'KSDAY: AND AVKDNKSDAV *'pt that we hone Maintenancewill We extend a welcome to the' assigned to duty at the l'bUa-
\ stir a little news for the lelphia) Navy Yard.
WILD" Van Johnson. up
"THE BRIDE GOES starring! following newcomers who Joinedus
next column.) Major E. E. Glass will
I act AS
)last woke: L. P. Allen AMC,
at-- JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM and R;. Q. Hix, AMC, both from | Commanding Officer of the Marine
, Barracks until Lt. Col Norton arrives -
. ((Now f>|H-n to ewlifctti personnel and do|wndenth as well M officer), Formerly MoffEtt Field California, and A. in August.

Shows Mart at 2000. .. G. Chamberlain ADC, from NAT- .
THURSDAY' AND FItlDAY Continued from TC, Memphis Tennessee. We're
( : Page 1) "Verbum
I sapientl" means a
"SO EVIL MY LOVE", Marring Ray Milland.SATI'KDAY glad) to have you fellows with us
word to the wise. And one word'sill
til October 1945. He
reported and
hope you enjoy working with
I here from the Office of the CNO.A us. you need to speak cf Payroll)
"PRAIRIE OUTLAW", with Eddie Dean and R. .A leBo' ?avinps-esptcially)) If that word
.: SUNDAY reception to welcome Admiraland B. F. Matthews, SA, messengerfor is your-btst-plan-for-future-ee-)

"RAW DEAL", starring Dennis O'Kreff. Mrs. Latch is scheduledor! ) the department, ie! on 20-day urity..

' .t. "'t'J MONDAY AND TUESDAY! IfcOO tomorrow at the "O" Club. leave, Benny is spending his leave

, ,. 4u. "FOREIGN AFFAIR"( featuring Jean Arthur All officers in the Jacksonville at his home in Texas where we ler's condition is much improved.

Wl'JDNBXDAY; : urea have been invited to participate l- \know he is enjoying himself. We lcistand! he will be back

"FOUR FACES WEST", with Joel I McCrea. In the affair., Olnd to report that W. E Ml- with us !lonn.I .
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1 SWIM MEET: HK.HI.KlHTs< ) > Oomdi, F .I Brush award the (nisi. place ; 6a E
T y to Hav Trlndad winner of the three melee. dive i2) The three :NARTL. mermen
c v scored every point for the Jax-Navv:. entry aie left to right Ray Trlndade Billy
a enpeel and Charles Carroll <3i The start of the 200 mete' brea tktrok ,14)> ('
t George F. Stearns congiatulales Charlie Carroll Inner of the 1500 meter ( I E
11 \ Billy Clingenpeel Is awarded the first place medal for winning the 300 mete mfdaJ J
medley (6) Here are tie beauty contestants who helped awed the medals
winners. They aie left to right Jean Heirlngton. Barbara Thompson, Betty
\ Lindqulsl I Audrey Lewis' and Pal Reel, Their Friday night escort were, left to
C Robert Wells.; Karle Landiev, Chester Paschang, John Maix and H A Tui k. <7i 1 : : T
tams A. I I. Malstiom. new Commanding Oirtcer of NAS. and Mrs. Malstrom eno j jflrst 4:
wlm meet here Behind them are Captain and Mis P'le.tman. and I'nmdt and
Mrs Brush. (8)( ) Captain MjU'rom. congiatulates Charlie Carroll who won the E SW metes ,B f
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,! I Softballers. Tied Up In I' 'Southeastern Service Title

Fliers Lend In 7 N. D. I Crucial 7 ND PlayoffsThe /


I NAS Flier softball nine Taken By Jax-Navy SkeetmenSmashing
I it now making its bid to follow I II

in the footsteps of the tine 1947 I I --------- 961 birds out ofa

Championship Playoffs i aggregation \>hich advanced l asI 1,000 the
Grego! Wins 7 ND possible .lax-Navy
, I fur as the AII-Na\y finals atI
Skeet team scored convin-
= a
By pinning a 7-3 defeat on the Oreen; Cove Springs I I Alameda last summer. The tur- i
I Golf Match Here the
I I rent edition of the local pillim- cing victory over Tyndall
Bullets at Green Cove the NAS I
Flier
Saturday afternoon I I bailers knocked off the Green I Field bird-busters to cop the
baseball nine not only took the lead in the northern Seventh I C'o\e Springs lltillHs( 15-2. I Tony Grego of Jax-Navy won Southeastern Service title at
Naval District :Monday night behind the no-hit i the Seventh Naval District Med I
Championship playoff but also snapped a / | 'I the Jacksonville Gun club last
alist match over a field of 15 I
pitching of Daryl Shaw to take
seven-game losing streak. The two squads were slated to the first of the important i j other service linksmen at the local week-end. The Air Force
meet yesterday at Mason Field and, if the locals came game I I last week three strokes, I
...._ t\\o-ont-of-tliree merles to deI course by shooters, 1917 title holders,
through: with a Will, they automatically --- I C'ldethe northern Seventha- coming in with a 152 for 36
I accounted for !
eliminated the Bullets I holes is 940x1,000.
JAX NAVY TENNIS i val District Champion. Grego currently leadingthe
from a chance at the title. i | But then Tuesday night the Seventh Naval District teamin .I This win returned to the Navy

If, on the other hand, the Fliers revamped Bullets bounced back the Tri-District matches at the the George C. Miller Challenge

lost to the Bullets, then the two TEAM SPLITS TWO I to take a 9-7 decision and Ponte Vedra links which end tomorrow Trophy which is always in competition ,

nines will be forced to play the I square the series.! The final and ,I when the Tyndall Field
rubber game off some time next deciding game was slated to be S. S. Shangula. of Key West and Jax-Navy teams meet on the

week. But if the Fliers did win, ORLANDO MATCHESSunshine ; played last night at the Power. and Joe MacDonald of JaxNavycame range. The possession of this trophy -
then they will play Key West hereto Plant Diamond in with 155's to share the ,, is rapidly becoming emblem-
decide the district champ prob- i --- -, --- -- runner-up spot. Erwin Scott of atic of victory in the most recent
ably during the first week of Aug- and rain had much Billy Windham, Rollins College, Jax-:Navy with 157 and Bill Whis- I service title competition in as*
ust. to do with the Jax-Navy: Tt'nOls' 6-0. 6-3. E. O. Williams couldn't ler of Jax-Navy with 160 took the much as the race for service ti.
team's loss and win down at Orlando third and fourth These !! ties always seems to narrow down
Tomorrow, the Fliers are sched- get to Bill Smith in the second positions. '
uled to leave for NAS Norfolk, last week when the local singles with a 6-0, 6-0, result. Fred four top golfers round out the''between the great teams from the

Va., where they will play a two- netters swamped a hapless Or- Lewis of NAS had Jim Windham Seventh Naval District squad Air Force and the Navy.In .

game series and return late Sat- lando Air Force team, 6-0 on tied up 4-1 in the first set of competing in the Tri-Distnct winning the 200-bird shoot
'I
urday night. Then, on Tuesday, Tuesday and dropped the Wednesday their match but they were rained match. the local quintet came in with tha
tilts to the Orlando Ten-
the McCaffreymen will trek to out. After a brief delay Sterling Other men who came in with following scores: CWO R. H.
Camp LeJeune to tangle twice nis Club, 41. Cranford lost to R. A. Robertson, cards are Doug Clark, Jax-Navy: I Giles, 196; A. L. Arthurs. AOC,

with the Marines there, thus clos- W. A. Akon, a newcomer tj 6-0, 6-3, and W. A. Akon, NAS, 166; Bill Theil, Jax-Navy. 170; 195; Lt. Comdr. J. A. Brough,

ing their regular season. the station tennis squad, regiiJ-1 beat L. A. Tally, Orlando, 6-1, Joe Martin, Key West. 170; Dick I 191; H. Hartley. AOC, 192, and

Flier liiillets tered an impressive win 6-3, 61. Faller, Jax-Navy, 170, Harry I D. Gallitano, ADC, 187. Chief Ar-
Top singles match with J. C. the Green Cove 177. Seven thur's 195 to
out 12 hits the In the only doubles match of Linsey entries was good enough
nine-inning Blasting route, the Fliers over hand- ger, Orlando Air Base, l"ahl'1-1 wet afternoon, C. L. Varner and I who were far behind the I II take the Class B Open title and
I Later on in the day. Akon Wickham stopped Munoz. and rest of the field failed to turn in I the team placed second in.tha.
ed his
"AceWoolbright eighth
win of the after- : up with Sterling Cranford. popu- Williams, 8-6, 75. I score cards Open Five-Man race.
season Saturday '
i liar NAS racketeer, to take the No.
noon at Green Cove Springs as the 2 doubles match from J. R. Aug- LOCAL ENTRIES IN TRI-DISTRXCT MATCH I
locals took 7-3 decision. Wool-
a enblick and Fahnnger, 6-2, 62. I Ir _.. _
bright only gave up live safeties
i Another outstanding singles
in credit for the !r !
gaining victory. '
match was the one between Lar- 1
The Fliers sewed the "
up victoryin nerd Munoz, well-known Jax net I !
the second when Jim Back -
ace, and C. R. Duvall, Orlando, I .
1
opened the inning with a single : ,
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with Munoz taking the nod in' ",
and was sacrificed to second by &::\:" '
,
two straight contests, 6-3, 6-3 4
Jerry Hosaflook. Don Duncan was E. O. Williams of Jax-Navy .,- : 1l= : ,
hit ball and then
by a pitched trounced J. R. Augenbhck of the .
drew walk to :
Pinky Higgins a )
Air Force, 6-0, 6-2; Fred Lewis 1.
load the bases. Woolbright helpedhis of Jax-Navy edged out R. J ': I J

own cause by blasting a long Stewart, 6-4. 6.2; and Sterling f .'
to left to Back "
two-bagger score Cranford, NAS Jax, dropped his' .
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and Duncan, and Eddie Bouffard 1
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singles match to R L Edgar of
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followed through with still an- Orlando Air Force, 6-2, 6-1, to ,,..,. ,,
other double to chase Higgins and >
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wind up the singles play for the : ,..
Woolbright across the plate. .._ .,0
day. In the last doubles set of the .
In the third frame, the NAS meeting, Munoz and Williams :

nine added two more insuranceruns stopped Duvall and Edgar 6-0, ;
when Don Duncan slapped a 6-2. I I >

single to right to score Dick Newport I With umbrellas in hand, the local !J
and Back and then closed its netmen sloshed their way onto ,

scoring for the day in the ninth the Orlai do Tennis Club courts I

inning when Woolbright singledto the following day. Larnerd Munoz II t
score Back with the seventh dropped the first singles match to i
marker I I. \
I,
The Bullets scored once in the of "Ace" Woolbright all over the I

fourth and twice in the seventh I lot Sunday to shellack the local p

inning. to the tune of 167. I ;
Back paced the Flier hitters by I,I I Included in the seven-inning, 16- t

clubbing four hits in five trips to : hit barrage were two homers, four I

the plate. Gus Gushanas Don' triples, three doubles and seven I .
Puncan and "Ace" Woolbright I singles. The Prisoners scored nine
chipped in two hits each to aid in'' of their runs in the big third in- ';

the Flier win.I"rlunen. I ning when they took advantageof : .

16; Tiler 7 I. seven hits and two Flier errors, I IBill

The Georgia State Prison base- Crane, Jerry Hosaflook, and .., .... ..
I .... I.m: x'S. '{': ":'- '. ,'t : <-> '''''.,
ball quad shelled Jack Duvall, I Pete Kellner all contributed two
formerly of the NATTC hits each for the Fliers, but Jim IIEK1] AKK THE WINNEItS of the Seventh Naval District 36-hole golf tournament, held at the

nine but now of the MemPhiS'' Medley, Prison hurler, bore down station links last Thursday and Friday, who arc representing 7ND this week in the Trl-Dlstrict match :
the mound in the third in the clutches to go the distance at the Ponte Vedra course They are, left to right. Tony Creso, Bill Whlsler, S. S. Shangula, Erwin

than .n,.-"n"H. to hlmt the pitches! and pet credit for the win Sto't. and Joe Mat Donald, All but Shangula! who is from Key West are Jax entries.age .

t II,