Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 1948
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 6-No, 20 12 August 1948

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

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:; Air News Looks Month Proved of EventfulIn August NAS Employees


t. BackOnV-JDay) WW II Action r Elect New ShopCommitteemen

Three Years AgoThree ,

years ago Saturday ..tt Over 2,500 NAS civilian
at 1900 an announcement over employees went to the polls

the radio touched off the last week to cast their ballots

'. greatest celebration in the for Shop Committeemen to

history of NAS, the City of represent them in the comIng -
Jacksonville and the United
year, it was announced
States After 5 days of tense yesterday by the Industrial
Fleet Admiral Nfreitxsurrender algae
waiting, premature announcements Relations Department following -

and wild rumors, the Japs quit after A. OMb raids. pact. POWs cheer wildjjr upon liberation : completion of the tabulation
;w- news was officially flashed --- -- --- of votes.
; l:' that Japan had surrendered (SEA) --The month of August Wake and other posts where they I i bomb on the Japanese city of
played a major role in the prose- were pitifully outnumbered, bat- 1 Hiroshima on 6 August 1915, I Balloting In every departmentwas
>',1 and the hostilities of World cution of the war in the Pacific. I! tered their way onto the island of obliterating 60 per cent of the city'; heavy, and the number of
t War II were at an end i Its scope even covered outstand- ; Guadalcanal-the first American and taking a toll of killed and votes cast exceeded the required
.j It took a little time for the I ing happenings in the European I i counter-offensive against the Jap- i missing between 70,000 and 80,000 I 50 per cent in each activity to
r, realization that it was all over to i i phase of the last great conthct anese enemy After meeting stub- lives, This was quickly followed make the election valid. 1C less
sink in, and then a wild, unreI I In Europe, such great events as born resistance, the determined by another raid on 9 August 1015) I than 50 per cent of the employeesin
strained evening of rejoicing began ': the first land attack by Americans Leathernecks came through, true on the city of Nagasaki, l.a'mj; i a particular department par-
; Simultaneously, the lights against Hitler's Fortress Europa | to tradition, stunning the fanati- between 35,000 and 40,000 casualties ticipate in a Shop Committee elec-
:. of the Station Chapels flashed on I in the raid on Dieppe, France, by cal Nipponese into submission ; tion, regulations require that another -
and a steady stream of servicemen U. S. Army Rangers on 19 Aug- Great Navy and Air Force bat- On 15 August 1945, the Japa- : election be held. Last year,
and women filed in to offer j ust 1942, the Allied invasion of |I tles between the two warring nese, battered by the Navy Ma- a second election was held in
prayers of thankfulness. | Southern France on IS August powers resulted in the loss of three rines, Army, Air Force and "oa-it Supply when the first one revealed
Automobiles, with horns blarIng 1944, andthe liberation of the I United States cruisers, USS Quin-I Guard, threw up their hands In : that a majority failed to cast
wended their way through gay, gray city of Paris on 23 Aug- cy, USS Vincennes and USS As- unconditional surrender. The ulti- their ballots
station streets, their occupants ust 1944 Contributed to a quick I toria in the Battle of Savo Island : mate end of the Japanese reign of I II While official announcement of
$ shouting with joy. WAVES, garbed | end of the Nazi war machine. on 9 August 1942 and the I terror came when occupation the appointments to the Shop
in makeshift costumes, held a i Greater attention was focusedon I telling battle of the Eastern Sol- troops landed for the first time : Committees has not been made
l' victory snake dance in the the one-two punch tactics omons on 23 August 1942. I I in 1,000 years. on the home islands yet, the names of those who led
WAVES area. Weaving in and which were being employed in the I'' August 1915 brought a climaxto the balloting were released to the
J out the various barracks, they Pacific. the long bloody struggle be-I Many lives were lost in August, I Air News yesterday T P. Roberts -
lifted their voices in happy song. j i. On 7 August 1942 the U. S. tween a free America and a mili- but many more were saved by the A. T. Drinkwater, and C. I'!.
At Ships Service ana the Anchorage Marines thirsty for revenge of j I I taristic Japan. The U S. Air unselfish sacrifices of the Amer- Head Jr., were named by O&R
patrons cheered and yelled, the bitter defeats suffered atJapan Force unloaded the first atom ican serviceman. voters as their Shop Committee-
and sailors promptly began pass -- --- -- men. A total of 1,416 employees
ing out victory kisses to WAVES in Overhaul and Repair took partin
who happened to be present. the election, 74 per cent of
I .... NAS personnel joined: the citi- the total.
: rens of Jacksonville in an all- Employees of Public Works
j ;' night celebration downtown. Everyone elected A L, Stonebanks, F.
was happy and gay. It Swanson and S. A. Whittingtonto
: was all over-the sacrifices, the the Shop Committee Total
casualty lists the fear, and the votes cast in the department were
\_ agony There was no room in any p 609 or 58 per cent of the em-
: one's thoughts that night for the plovees
r' future, of what lay ahead. The
relief wag overwhelming Benjamin F. Wilcox, Peggy M.
Btvan and Edsel
But there will be no joyful ob- Herrington
were chosen as Shop Committeemen -
servance of V-J Day this year.It .
will pass hardly noticed The by the Supply Department.
Supply voters numbered 383, about
,, ; ., have three been years anything that have but gone peaceful by ,, occupied for lint time In 1.000 years, t S. troops batter Guadalcanal with US mm gun ,";9'''.. per cent. of the total eligible -
-- -- -- personnel.To
and free of worry. Keeping the -
has become more delicate, represent the various activ-
I peace
K,. more complicated, and more Girl In Tiny Kentucky Town Seeks ities under the Miscellaneousgroup
: :: fraught with potential danger ,I the voters picked Grace
; v than winning the war Remembering Hamrick, Mary H Selby, and
9r. the feeling of relief that f Navy Insignia From: NAS PersonnelA Donald J. Cready. In all, 93 ballots

;'. night three years ago, however, were cast in this group, amountingto
. 1, r" should serve to make everyone I couple of weeks ago in a lit- tor says that in a few months I'll' a miniature Navy aircrewman's 74 per cent of the employees
1 '' strive all the harder to preventthe tle hamlet in Kentucky, a yi ung have the full use of my legs back ; wings. That's all I have of the included in the groupDEDICATION .
: world from being engulfed: girl propped up a couple of magazines again. But I still have many dull : U. S. Navy I II .
1'I : in another conflict. on her bed for a writing hours to pass away I "My reason for writing to you' OF YOUNG
'1 .: surface and began a letter to the: "I started collecting all\ kindsof is to ask your help in getting
t\\ Commanding Officer of the Jacksonville and wrote to I insignia I know CHILDREN AT CH.U'KI,
;": YOUNG PEOPLE'S DEFT. OF insignia many I more Navy you
CHURCH ISSUES INVITATION Naval Air Station people for help. They have all been are very busy, but would you At the 1045 Service Sunday at
"I hope you won't mind me i very kind and helped my collec- please post this letter where the All Saints' Chapel there will ber
The Young People's Department I writing to you and asking your tion a lot. So far, I have over 900 men on your station can see and Service of Dedication to God
of the Riverside Park Methodist help," she began "You see, two I Army insignia but only one Ma- read it ? Maybe some who readit and to the Christian way of life
Church has extended to the men I years ago I was in an auto accident rine patch, a yeoman, first class, will have extra insignia that Parents who have young childrento
of the Naval' Air Station a cordial my back was injured, and 11 and a signalman second class, they won't mind sending for a j jI be presented at this time should
invitation to meet with it on was confined to bed until three rating badge, a lieutenant com- helpless girl's collection. I will I II communicate with Chaplain Al-
Sunday, 15 August, at 1830. I months ago. I can walk about 30 I mander's shoulder board, a Navy I be proud to mount any Navy inI I bert to complete preliminary ar.-
'. Supper will be served, accompanied minutes a day now and the doc- I Nurse metal collar device and I (Continued on Page 2) 1 I rangements.
6 by much fun and entertainment ._ ,
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i followed by a period of THEY'RE NAVAL AVIATORS NOW .
worship After the Evening Service -
folk games will be played.

Exam Announced 'I! t JrZjtw : i; ..'.
1.t 1.
: j For O&R Foreman [i I] r; .._ !
;. : ; I r i .
_ r.A competitive promotion examination -
.; ',' for the position! of iJiJ( '
';" ,If': I'oreman.erliaul and Repair I JJ {f1 :)'1-- ,
'I,, ; Shops (NISI) ha been anp ; _
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::- J nounced bthe Regional 1)1- ..". .... .. ... ..... r Y '"
"t f; rector Fifth I':. S. Civil tiers Ice, -' ... t. .
is; r Region, It nits revealed in IKIJ I p
,"':, memorandum No. 22-18 this .
v\eeic.ti" .
( The examination in rcstiidcdtn I t t t 1 '
!: civilian employee. of the \
lr, S. Naval Air Station, .Ja< kNiinvllle -
Florhla. who have either '

(u hit prohatlonal service stilt or II'"permanent Persons -- \ "

\..... '.. examination. desiring should to compete file application In this- t\, '1 I '

Form 57, (aril Form 50(11( ( I I
4\H('. anil ('ard 1 orm 5000lt I ... l
directlyvltli the Recorder, ,
Hoard of U. S. Civil Service' i : ;. J
Examiners.: Uull.linjj 4V, (his I ,
station, not later than 9 August I
1018. I I'I ANOTIIElt J.\IWI GROUP of student pilots received their Navy wings and their Naval Aviator Designation Certificates last
Complete Information and t the I Thursday following their completion of advanced training here. Shown In the Conference Room of the Main Administration Buildingwith
ne(.essan' appluullon fount, I Captain A. I. MaMiom, Commanding Officer of NAS, center, they are, left to right, Mid'n. P. E Petty Mid'n P W. Hanson,
limy be obtained from the I Ens J. H Burhans. Lt Carl R Jennings. Lt John iV[. Bartett, and Mirshtpmcn L D Smith, C S. Porter, M O Delgado, A B Fonest,
Hoard In HullJing 450. I H G Jones, and W R. Anderson.

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FLORID OFFERS MAM VTTRACTIONS for the liberty-bound sailor and NARTU photographer Phyllis Trask Jim Murray. of the Motor Pool. and Bttty

Marineland within easy traveling distance of Jacksonville, is one of the more popular Herman, gaze at the fish through the glass portholes. I Center) Murray qualifies for

OPlf's. Every. week-end finds local white hats looking over the wonders of the Marine his "Jumpmaster Certificate' by feeding the porpoises. i Right I Though this isn't

I Studio which are unrivaled anywhere in the world. And with half-price rates for part of the regular procedure for sightseers at Marineland Murray dons a diving

servicemen in uniform now, the oceananum will probably become more popular than suit to feed the fish underwater Even if you can't do this on your visit to Marine-

ever w a "must; for everyone stationed at NAS, (Left) Seymour V. V. Toole Jr., land, there's still plenty of other things to keep :you occupied.

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gooa for notnmg.lnat is wny you

I I Commei1 J i CHAPLAINS' j won't To this try them.the "friend replied "I

I have tasted them!" As I walked
RulU-lint will be accepted until bMue has Wen filled, but not I along the road I picked up one

later than 100O Tuu>', tt.19U ; 8230.t'OI' that had fallen fe
CORNER over the wall. I SALLIES
SALE I blue t .i,.\ than" one eakfast' table I
never tasted
anything so sour in
: Bunk Super fOUl-dull' sedan Has and tour matchIng chalis All In
bran driven 1-40 miles since ovei good condition First good offer all my life :My inclination to tasteyour

bawl I t)f engine!; and front end Can takes It. Can be seen any time at "MHR: A1TLKS- I fruit is gone"'
** scan at 1137B Randolph Street 1102 AlleghenyRoad. NAS. J. P.
NAS C. A. Brown Cline. It has been with much delight I The owner had a reply. Said

UIM+wax ticket from Jacksonville to Couch with two sets of covets Will that, outsiders ( those outside of he "I thought it must be so. AND SO FORTH. Contrary to
New York via Atlantic Coast Line make Into bed, Very: good condl I the formal organization of the I Those apples around the outsideare
Good. until 29 August. Call Edna; ton. J.T5, See Mrs Johnson, 3414AJUlysen church) have pointed at the for the special benefit of the previous reports, which were a

Be4l -5407 :Street Dewey Park I church members and said, 'See1! boys. I went fifty miles to select little premature, your Suppiy-e
19.17 Willy sedan with re-built motor.
'J'tlrf't'-btodrfm stvuie. convenient bungalow to NAS.tn Mllbutn Lake-, Good gasoline mileage and dependable They're not better than others'They the sourest sort to plant around have only just become League

:JXrnrh transportation Must sell immediately are worse. than many who the orchard so the boys might winners as of last Monday night
,a Ironer 1 latest model price $75. for $285 Call Mis Raw. are not inside. give them up as not worth steal-
AIM Montgomery Ward MashingnMtthine ext 544 or 2-2353. but if will when VFW forfeited by failing
An amusing, yet forceful story ing; you come inside.
5:>O. See C.o'. Havener. Jr. Three-bedi'com. brick-veneer bunga- to field a team We understand
came our way the other day. It you: will find that we grow a very I
:* call S-JOC3: ;
at Shop *> or low In Ldkewood Built by Ciablree! from the Recreation Department
Alarde bedroom suite. $50; maple din- In 194' Includes heater blinds and answers these criticisms in a language .- different quality there, sweet as
rite table with four chairs $a that a team trophy will be forthcoming
; metal awnings. Good bus service I all can understand It is honey
rattle sofa with two lounge chairs. Priced for quick sale at $12 750 Owner credited to and Supply-ers bu ine-ps
575. and chest uf drawers $10 All being transferred from area Call Spurgeon. Those who judge the church by manager is trying to work cut the
In excellent condition. Lt. Comdi. Ch. Carp. M. t'. Chapman at 94MM+ I An American gentleman said toa its worst members those most of individual
Dunn.' ..,I. 4Tx or 2-6O"J. Treadle sewing machine. good con friend "I wish you would come like the world, make the same presentation softballs -
I't fin4in. cam as-co el'pd. outboard dltlon reasonable, Mrs. Hartley. to each team member. in addition
unabout and tvlniucle 9.7 hp outboard ext 697.Se'f'nroom. down to my garden and taste my mistake Those on the "edge" of The Supply-ers are also entering ::
motor Boat I Is all mahogany apples." The invitation was extended the church are apt to be the sour
brick: and stucco bunga- the city tournament, and
teat needs some repairs" Motor Inlifett i
At last the
low in Southside Convenient to many times ones.
c,ndltlon. alone Is worth low : the Rec Dept. expects to place
price of H8j: (or both bee at 4551 line schools Attached shopping center. and Venetian bus fruit-grower despaired. Said he, "I To really get the value of the ;: them in one of the top-f< blount Avenue.. Manor. garage you think my apples are church have to into it."
Tlmuquana blinds and electric hot water heater suppose you "get i teams The shop committee
:01" telephone' Greene. e\t 81843'A' Will take 19500. $2100 down K. -- -- -- That is with work, service, and ; election proved one of the smoothest -
Chrysler Royal clt'ilnlth
very T Paris, 11 North Laura Street.FOR .
new upholstciv and seat covers Jax Air News : and most successful effort
Must sell Irnmedldtelv See Flores at RENT Chaplain A. C. Boyer. Supply has had. The outcome, in
Hangar: 122 electric shop or at lUfeumberUnd New five-ioom lower apartment with S 5 I order of
Editorial Office [ majorityote*. was:
< Road electrically-equipped kitchen the '
Si"! icebox white cement set tubs bath and space heater Will accept' South Wing, Lower Deck !'FrankVilcox. Peggy Bryan and
and "Iltnd. stainless steel electric/ : tenant with one child but no pets Bklg 930Tdf'.hone Girl S I Ediel' Herrington. UiJcox will assume -
washer' and linger, walker baby Kolchln 9t663.Nicelytsfished I chairmanship by virtue of

tro4ier flvebuiner kerosene cook / bedroom. and slep Extension-S184 (Continued from raKe 1)) quantityote i. and William ford

stove with attached oven, Tip-Top trig porch with kitchen privileges, Arthur M. Greene, Editor signia of any kind on my collec- will act alternate
kiddie bilhineltt. and a Hauls oxy reasonable Call Mrs. Newman. 6- as committee
rt-n j-rfuxc All reasonable J. E. 7192 or 30833R The JAX AIR NEWS is published tion and will be grateful to you j member in the event of recijrna-
Unduvig; hop tlO. A4R.ftrwUncton for kind help "
at the U. S. Naval your tion of of the elected
Rand Six-loom furnished upper apartmentIn weekly one committee -
portable model No. 5
typewriter and carrying case Good duplex home Will take small. I Air Station Jacksonville Florida Well, Air News readers what and congratulations .

u> Million. reasonably priced at JbQ. family or two couples without chlldten and printed commercially with are you going to do about helpingthis I The \ nuptial
Mrs. Knott, 32-42: Mvra Street. Located In Rlveislde. 1312 little girl ? With all the old :
funds at I took about ten
llcDuff non-appropriated no ex- place days the
Street. Phone Mrs }Iollow ago
Jit A Vktoi radio pushbutton type. '
Will also sell cheap a Thayer baby ay. 2-4403 pense to the government and in rating badges you fellows have in I' couple spending their. honeymoonon

\ ..riaf'. Simmons. 34OB El ly so 11 Model t\\tol'oom fuinlshed apartment compliance with SecNav Circular your lockers we ought to be able I Jekyle Island just off the

street Dewey Park with! electric refrigerator gas heat Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December to send this little lady enough mainland of Georgia Amy WiJ.I -
JMO! foui-doui nedan Must and cooking $13 I
Plymouth gas : p.rf'f'k. insignia to whittle down that wide
distributed free mot and Lucille McDowell
sell 23X: Park' 1945 Copies are are
Immediate: am leaving next Shepherd :btieet between her and i'
t..k. $i'lO: or neatest offei Major Sleeping room In pI hate home $8 of charge at the Naval Air Sta- gap Navy Army i dreaming of a California vacation

Mt'lnlIf' Phone ;2-7554. per week. Mrs. Buckllnd 7.:W16Rixjms tion, the Naval Air Reserve TrainIng collection Her name and addressis in the -- they hope not-too-far
Unit eal l vacuum cleaner with at. with connecting baths K and Ruth Williams General Delivery -
Unit the Headquarters of the distant future Betty Lots Inviting
larhnvcnts Also baby bed with matures 5t per week. Children welcome. Imbaivv West Point Kv. 80 let's dig
C A. Blown. 1JJ7B Randolph Hotel 9-9216: Naval Air Advanced Training Ellen ( Sparkle Plenty) Gnffi-i
all find and send themto
Street; NAS. Efficiency apartment with semi.bath. Com ma i >. Headquarters of the up we an and Phoebe Sapp to a waffle
Tw unpainted bunk beds and two felt Mrs L un. 8.2407. Se'enthtaval District, Naval her. It will make her mighty dinner had to make two long

(mattresses $15. Geiger, 1J21B HanMk I Two 01 thiee-room apartments For' Auxiliary' Air Station Cecil Field'I happy. I distance calls to her parents to
!StreetNAS.. further Inlotmatlon J. UDeMard .
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Over :JIO books 100 best.celleis and 2-66-43. and the U. S. Naval Hospital. find out where the waffle-iron WM

vailoiix others Including classic reading Two, rooms with Jlf'ml.prhatp bath In The Blue Moon Kid and Ux
j All for $:'.0. Call Lt (Jg) Ole- I private home Call Mrs. Thalia Al The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of : I I' AAR Special Delivery are finding
ort, ext 475 or phone 2-8J6OTiiiilei : len 9- 3S4 i the Ships Editorial Association and lots
to talk about and often
hitch made to (ItU Pl>'nvirtjlh Room and board for two In Avondale the Armed Forces Press Service Reproduction I
$5. Critter' J33SA Randolph section private home good meals I ot material from these nowadays Lt. Comdr. Thorpe
Street. !I;AS. I Inez; Hatch 1';83 Van Wert Avenue sources must bear a credit line Republlcatlon At the !ftatlo Thspels, RirminthsmRend held his own in the golf tournament .
Two maple chests. I Six room house. partially furnished aa i M>*tln Areaserr.teataal
practically new of other matter except by until the 20th hole, which
MI s T. B. Watson. phone 8.OJ71Tto 2652 Transylvania Avenue, WeMon service publications Is prohibited
,Ix-dioom bungalow on fenced n",it. $M>,15 per month A. F Parker without pel mission of Editor JAN AIR 09JO-Worship Service Chaplain A. C. he dropped to Comdr. Porter giving
in lot. Has jtaiage G. I. mortgage ext 6J6 or phone 7-401. NEWS. Boyer. the latter the match. Turner
seasonable.. Phone Markham 2-7 I tiO. Six-room furnished apartment up- 1045-GeneralVorshlp Service-Chap took Safford 4 and 3 at Hyde Park
JHfh-ehalr and baby carriage. 96 stairs, In private duplex SKI per water. and maid service !Near four lain A. C, Boyer, last
Also) et-piece' maple living-room month will rentor two or three bu lines. Call Mrs Word 2.12(41. 09J0d School. Small Oapel. which leans two
*ulu. $45 Mrs bvans J022 Myra months only Call Mrs. Mitchell *- Cat b.lls matches to complete the round:
Sreef.. 8208.Large. WANTED (TOO-M .s
Comdr. Porter and Jack Sharp
194; OliUmoblte "';8" sedan with exl.i front loom well lighted; with Ride or share car plan from Green 0930MassChaplain
II equipment $2295 JJT3 down and twin beds A private home near Cove Springs to NAS. Call Lt Paul J. M Coyle will officiate for first place trophy and Ttjrrwrand
r.tir, Wilt be accepted as dose n-pay- Middle-aged woman will share home Ride from vicinity of Baltic and A tap- An outdoor Nursery for small thll winner. It is hoped that the final
shoe In Ortega' : to OAR Bide: at NAS. dren Is maintained between XM and I
Hunt Pup drnovtr. ext S1S7 Golf with nice refined couple See Mrs. matches will be playa next week
sn ck Scheffleld' In Supply Dispensary or Working:: hours 0700 to 1545 Call 1200.
rbi" tff'n-ffM.t outboard. runabout and call 5-1463VV after 1730 Anna J. Richardson, ext 712 or -.---------
I'M; 22 horsepower motor complete I Mve-room apartment. completely furnished fo 12.Colored. 'H P
,ith steering wheel trailer and acsfie Including utilities and linens maid wants part.time work
I <' All in excellent condl- j Prefer' young Navy couple with, one general' housework and Ironing: Mondays ;
Io"n" Reasonable Lt ijg CheuiMM child. M A. Clifford 2-0485 and Thursday afternoons Now; f@T:
phone 7W4. or ext 420. Corner room with kitchen privileges working for Navy families at NAS
Mt" k-line bab> carriage In excellent I In private home for young girl or Contact through Mrs. Lee ext gr.7:
nditlon. collapsible. shock absorbent voting couple Reasonable Mrs K*- Auto luggage trailer Call Boulware' .
with storm window equipment ans TO22 Myra street ext :'1..19.
!" ijtits. fc-0732 Three-bed loom house. completely Ride from Fairfield to and from Public MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
Th follriwlng vehicle ate now forale furnished, with sleeping:
Works Bide Wording hours
Electrically ; MoviWeekdays-1730 and 2000, .k-f'nllU30 and 2004.
I by Ship Service : lAII go to the upstairs and down 0745 to 1C15 Phone E. Smith ext
highest k'lddr. Bids must be sealed equipped kitchen, and two-car garage 421 Till ll >r>A\'
Mod in pour to 1" August Bid forms One block from Five bints "ARKANSAS SWING," with the. Hoosier Hotshot.
share home Four
HvailatMe at Ship Seivice Office 2109 HeiMhel Street Phone G. Wsmith Nice couple to rooms.
v .tutlf l. ated upstairs with bath and kitchen' r>rlv FRIDA\
> are : In South area 7 5S3S
nttn Bill,:. 164 Sale open to all Will share home with married couple lieges..Mrs. Arcwta, 467 Ortega CREWS DANCE Air Station Band. Starts at 2030.SATURDAY ..,'
...>nnel including rlvlllans 1MJw : and one ihlld Call Mrs. Hudson. Blvd AM SUM1AY
ii< stake trurk 1' ton TMOh I 9-577 Three or four riders from Northeast "LIFE WITH .FATHER"
L.N featuring William Powell and Iren
<' panel >4 ton. 1911 Ford Two-room apartment with "bath completely Jacksonville to NAS. Working
Fu"'n; 1941 Chevrolet stake nN'tr. furnished reasonable' Working hours tr W le 15T(). (.. W Albright Dunn .
1ton : 1SOC Fwd stake truck: I1, ; couple preferred Britten. 22940. Hangar 114 or 1140 Walnut :!street HONDAA
." "'., 1942 Chevrolet stake truck I Attractive room with private entrant Ride l tfl Miami either 15 or 1C Augnut ")AR. PEABODY AND THE MERMAID"' starring Ann BlvtlKand
taj ton 194 6 Chevrolet panel truck and bath Mrs. Carltvi. phone .4- Mrs. Whitman. ext t\M William Powell
t> 1942 Dodge petrel truck, KXJfl 11141.. from vklnrty of Kiveiside Ave- .
','i \: ; 1941 lnlernatt >Mil stake Furnished room with kitchen: and new and Copeland :Street! to NA *. TUtJHDAY AND WEDNESDAY
titwk, 1ton. ; and a 1 H2 VMIIytrelan home pilvllct.es for tiuple t M single Call Seale 1"lnl"t./: fcll*. THE LADY IN ERMINE" with Betty Grable.
I l'a rty. Lnnvenient to NAR Mrs. Iff RwJ40- tt alternate driving from Roostvelt 'TUJENT: OFFICERS AUDITORIUM .
1.Il'Io..o cleat: gad toewh11oa.>> 'aIJl'W'r. man' 2-p Caj-ftefvs Kingbury sad IMS.
7.b1AR: I Rtrf>m ind l board ft* men 'J)44 _'- MtU area. t* NAM )1 l wrf IM4i- t*. )
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CHIN MUSIC- Capt. D, Byron -
King, the political world's gift to trician's rate rj".ht.----o--H: Ii !'
VMF-144, has announced that claims to have done the wiring on s
I plans are underway for the An- the new two-room addition to his
nual :Marine Corps Birthday Ball. home all by himself Wait until
He promises that it will be one the union hears about this! I )

of the finest events ever Lt BACK SLAPS -- S/Sgt. Don a wa
Bob "Woody" Woodbury, purveyor Johnson! celebrated his secon d'H A
of pianoforte at one of Jack ,I wedding anniversary last week Y
sonville's swank nighteries. has with a very pleasant soiree Incase
i established some sort of record I I' some of you newcomers don't
for the duration of his engagement know Don he s the fellow who
a It must DO fairly close) to a I j makes sure that you get the R
year now since Jacksonville was I rtght sizes when you're handed out '
'' your allotment of uniforms. Guess Lwr
first treated to his famed "Per ---
sian version Capt. E. B.I I that makes him unique Robert New Look
Philips, that well-known mem- i Ripley, please copy S/Sgt, I
the landed Lansing Taylor, who putters
gentry, is ru- :
TilE CONCRETE barracks
r b..t! to be heading out the Hil'ulee around with the pines and palmsat I
road ere long to his the University of Florida Schoolof here are undergoing a face '
thousand-acre farm. If he keeps Forestry, has been" doing a lifting with a new color scheme!
that up he'll become known as bang-up job with the radio section I requested by Captain A. I. 8f. .e'
"colonel1 Kentucky( version, that reports. And while we're Malstrom, Commanding Officer
is). Despite his acquisition of handing out petunias (orchids are Barracks "A" above, is already
what might be termed a plot equalto too expensive ) we'd like to com- completed and is now cool.look- 4a
the captain will still find time to participate who have helped the squadron to overhead is being painted white,
in all squadron activities : clear more than one hurdle. We're the bulkheads a light green,
He's been around since its com-1 I referring to Frank Saxon and C. bunks and lockers a light grey,
missioning and has that fatherly E. Johns. Stand up and take a and the decks are being waxed
1 concern for it Corp. J, E, bow men Lt. Col. Williams is and polished. Right P L.
Weeks has been spending' his leave L' the fly ingest pilot we've seen Hays, foreground, G. R. Ghs-
"* 'around these'! parts since Lt. Jack and C. W,
vainly attempting to catrh a few | son, Temple, partially -
Colter left to join the fleet obscured Public Works
fish off the jetties He s been <'omplainmg I
about the rain despitethe -- C- painters, apply the new bulkhead -
fact that most squadron' "IkeI paint in a passageway' between -
I Walton! bluntlv state! that fish INSIDEPUBLIC ,' Barracks "A." and "B". r
bite more frequently when Jupiter -
Pluvius is at work. We've got WORKS I' 3. a < ;
two or three of our spies watching sick leave We were glad to see
| him so that he 'An't comeback By France Thens her back but sorry she has left
and hand us the well-known The Public Works Departmentis I us for good She returned to her ,, 5 '
assortment of "fish\ stories sorry to learn that Comdr. C. home in New York Wednesday A.
In any case any of you intrepid I 0, Reinhardt will soon leave us. ; N. C. Farmer and Edith VVe-
Wt"t'kendVarrlo,"" let "your wife He received his orders this weekto wer returned Monday from their .
: read this column, heres a hou ?- I report to Charleston, South ,: vacations Last Friday. the
hold note which will interest hr Survey Crew returned after along
I and he will bo missedby
), S/Sgt. McDamel. who in civilian everyone Last Friday our I' hard working week in Miami v
life is produce supervisor for cre I I' a x
PWO Jones .
Captain gave;: a A
of JAcksonville's leading chain I !speech at the Civitan Club .1 Maintenance & Utilities ports s'r ;
stores prophesies' that meat pricc.i i Our chief clerk. Pete Capps is on |, Mr. McKinley back from a week s
will continue to rise! in the local two weeks ,vacation and my! !' vacation visiting St. Augustine R .
+ H a .cy
market Capt Frank Richardt \ I how we miss him. We hope he Marmeland and around the State ay
t .tart bucking for his elec- has a wonderfulisit in New York Jim Gwynes returned last .ea
Merry Acuff was certainly week from a two-week vacation .
i Inspecting glad to see' Herman Griffis returnto with no fish stories J

work Monday from a two-week Friday was A. C. Bliss last ,
, reserve cruise' Merry took over day of work. Alec Vaughn for-
:t TheInspectors his mail run while he was away. merly of the Contract' Section is
j In Design & Engineering, it is taking his place Remember
. 1 : anticipated that R. A. Burroughsand ;: Gerry Groaner? She was in tht'l j "
A. F. Snow will remain here office last week wtih her new I ffBEEZ&tE

I By Helen IlMrnetteA : :when 7ND moves to Charleston baby. Gerry formerly worked for I i------ I
The others we are !sorry' to hear, I! Mr. Mims Did you read Jim =
belated welcome: Is extended : leaving R. R. I Rrr-
'are us Brogden Murphy's column last: week ? That I AROUHD0 &
to four new chiefs who are now ,
:returned t from his vacation in I! was a true fish !story, believe it
Jn our group: D. L. Boldrmi, ADC; I
:North CArolina. it
Say was verynice or not Guess Mr. De Boer was ; bv
I Engineering: : f.lhhvA Rnyeft I 1
H. J. H J
Hays AMC; IAlchI '
I but lost two of his golf balls
: proud of his catch.Vf"re
I pretty I COFFEE-AND: Note the toffee
ner AMS, and J, J. Walsh AMC
j in the mountains .e Charlie Adams are experts oe
I proud of him, too Mr Megon- machine in the middle of Planning -
We sincerely hope you men enjoy I,are( glad to see Charlie Simpkins igal was blessed!! with a granddaughter I DepartmentVhen we run 'tobacco now They recently attended .

working Sorry to with I lose us.Chief Poling who I I back from sick leave Connie '! Friday, 23 July., Name I out of 'offt'f'Wf' know where to i a big auction up ::1'1 Hae
j Hecht also returned I
Is now with Station Personnel I Monday from' Betsey Suzanne Tcske This come and get it, but we hope they ]hurst Did you know Johnny

Good )luck to you in your new station r Aircraft, Overhaul Division, was i week we welcomed Mr. Row in also provide a donut machine. Also Barry and Waterman are the
the Power Plant.
of duty Chief. I .out last week with "flu" We missed i I a sandwich and hot soup machine -
I ? Two
Mr. Turrentine was in the on rainy days would bo 'brainy type new Remmefl;
Each of Charlie and appreciated
one us: sympathizes! you, hope you are i I
with you in your recent sorrow i feeling[ much better now I office telling us of his nice frolicin Supply Vt"partmf'ntpla"s I 1 to fill the ranks of Brilliant
Chief Drumright. Chief Drum-// We haven't welcomed! a civilian the. mountains of North Caro- I' records while the girls type '' ;People We Know" We welcome
right was called: to his I i inspector to the group in sucha ; lina ( the poll state His week )I It is supposed to give them a' ,( Studemiie, Poison, arm Lan
Tennessee last week following the I long time that it seems rather was spent fishing and swimming. : boost in morale and efficiency. (caster. They are loaned from the
death of his father strange But we are very glad to j In Transportation, we're wondering i Next, someone will requisition 'a j:Radio Shop, so we won't work
Miss Lillian Wolfe vacationed )have John T. Cooper with us as what's happening at a certain I feather-stuffed ottoman for his ,them too hard Chief Stack is
last! week at Jacksonville Beach an inspector. Mr. Cooper comes to I warrant officers house Some feet Drinks food -mtl ic- ,.(\tt'l' j back from leave but hasn't as yet
I Feats and cushions will
Some weather you had. Miss us from Assembly Division and I of his' recent visitors say they person 1 unpacked those bags under hiseyes
Wolfe! Well, anyway, the ram we sincerely' hope he will enjoy ''I were served lemonade, which, we hate to punch the clock at 1545. Someone gave Herb
was healing to the sunburn you bring with us in our group. are told, is very much out of the SPORTS: Dixiecrat' Little- I Young< a new nickname They called
might have gotten! \Ne are happy to welcome Lt.I I ordinary Mr. Dauphin says John beat Jack Silver "to pulp" I him "Superfluous" and he
Mrs Erma Hanna left Saturday i iJdfe jg) R. C. Covington to our group. ,I all of a sudden he's J'rown'f'ry in a golf game last' week. 'Smat- I t thought it was a nice compliment.
.. ew York City via Washing-1t> comes to us from Overhauland fond'of pope berries. But he also t ter, Jack, cant you take it, or ]Hide the dictionary, quick! Sue
. JlqMnd Baltimore, to visit friends repair Department and will adds, the after effects are pretty did you have another ant-bit' ]j Edwards was out sick last week.
ami relatives" We know she is take: over the duties' of Inspection! rough We hear \\ C. Dennis, ," 'hand "f"re glad to see her back withjs
having a most ejijoyable trip. Group Division Ofnct'r.Ve sincerely 'automotive mechanic may take I NEtt: rhKMVNEL: : "Ruty"; Joe Verme got cash result
Sorry to report that C. L. Sax- hope J'Owill enjoy working the wellknownows when his Molan: has a file clerk, Mrs. Evelyn from a beneficial suggestionthe
ton Group Supervising Inspector! i i with us I bride-to-be arrives from Germany. : I II' Smith, helping her now. Previously t: other dayWhitey .

I she was a lady of leisure I from the Prop Shop re
OLD WAREHOUSE IS TORN DOWNWRECKERS I and! a mother of three children. ports I that the proper way to acquire

.. .' '..A'I HEArit: : Congrats from all I, ; a teal position there is to
Z I D&R go to \\\'S() MTKLOCK: develop a limp. Of course, you
who was selected as the prettiest have to remember to use the !lame'oot
and most popular girl here We f each time What man
I hope she becomes Miss Naval from[ Prop Shop huvied to get his
II Air, and so we will suggest a station: vehicle pass before theI'adline
I beauty 4'nnt..t frot thw whole stati and then couldn't get
I tion past the Main Gate ? He'd left it

'ft .\\ tI.: dun i'sola tame *safely; at home Now he's being
back from Chicago and reports fined> a quarter by each of his
s.'t'ing the Chicago Railroad Centennial idrrs How about it, T. P. M. ?
d I which was attended by 70- Famous saying of the week:
()00 people every day Gloria was "'You !should have been here when
uniting her brother who is' an vIrctromcs really turned them out" (Your .
engineer up there r t'ptrtt'r'wishes to state that any
DID 'UI' KNO\\ TII\T: The 8 iinnlaritv between the dirt Ash-
'CREEPS were plainclothes *d up in this column and news is
purely'' coincidental).
I r people who watched and investigated -
personnel at the A-bomb .'...r..om.1dmlnl',' ration-
." project in Oak Ridge Tennessee b>'y l>ot Dickson Saw Mary Ab*>r-
.... ''W ''1' rlmmm, maybe they got jobs in s>old toe dancing the other day.
..._... .. (&R now. C Didn't know we had a ballet darn
I DRAWING: Herb Hall diew a e:er among our other talents.
w I' ,unny looking hook, and we heard i Miss Dunbar took off IMt'bursday
LAST WEEK began tearing down the old Public Works Furniture Storage BIdg. some strange versions:! of what it 1 for Georgia to visit
opposite the Mainside Dispensary as part of the Ground Clearing Project now underway at NAS. A vas Maybe Fisherman Hall wasiesignuig J''ekyll Island St. Simons, and
number of flimsy temporary structures here are being taken own and sold, and the vacant sites are cJ a new fish hock Jrunawuk: Sounds as if that JaM
being" planted and landscaped. It is expected that the over-all appearance of the station will be im- Ae ** .rie. Ulviulae-by KttaMah : ', u ip.there has something to attract
provedwhen the preset$ is complete aheth Snuffy Snyder and J>"pIe.Y .


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Flier Softball i Squad

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Leaves Friday For .

Tri-i islrict Ploy-off

A hustlin', scrappin', and fightin' bunch of lads from

NAS Jacksonville will take off by plane tomorrow for

Dallas, Texas, where they will clash with the Eighthand

Ninth Naval District champs for the Inter-District

I Softball play-offs which start Monday. The local nine will

meet NAS Dallas, 8th N.D. winner, and NAS Columbus

.. --- Ohio, 9th N. D. champ, for the
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Tri-District crown. Should the
Rubino Gets Gold
Jaxmen emerge victorious, they
Medal For Managing will go on to Norfolk, Va., where
the East Coast championship has

__"' _" "9W_''''''_''''__ ....,..._,,___.' _"9'_ __' I! Navy Olympic Boxers I been moved from Quonset Point,
a ,: i Lt. Comdr. Anthony J. llu- R. I. This last hurdle before the
Crack Shots bino, Physical Training; and All-Navy finals is scheduled for
Recreation Officer for NAS, 24 August.
THE SHARP BARK of pistol was awarded a gold medal this Coach Ed Carpenter will lead
fire was heard over the NAS week by Hear Admiral Thomas his squad into the fray with
range area last Wednesday as L. Sprague!, Chief of Naval season record of 17 wins and .
marksmen shot it out in the Personnel, for hh outstanding I en losses. Five wins and four I __
Trl-District meet for berths on work this year as manager of ea of that total was the team's
the team which will representthe j the Navy Olympic Boxing record before Carpenter took over
three districts at the All- 2 4 1 Team The menial has the International the reins.
Navy Pistol matches at San Olympic .Insignia superimposed On the mound for the 1948 station
Diego, Calif., next week on a Navy anchor on softballers, two men have
Drawing beads on their targets Its face, and the reverse side carried the brunt of the choresso
in the above picture are left bears the engraved Inscription, far this season. Daryl "Dumpy"
to right, J. H. Lucas, A. P Hil- "Manager" Navy Olympic BoxIng Shaw, a brilliant moundsman, is
lard, R. D. Moser. and R. S !, -, A. J. Rnblno." in his second season for the NAS
Stringer. (Right) Comdr. F. J. p er"r i i I In addition to the medal, Lt. Jax team. Shaw was one of the
Brush, NAS Executive Officer, I Contdr. Kubino also received a key members of the 1917 All-Navy
left, congratulates Chief J. H j certificate" of achievement for runner-up squad. Henry White Is
Lucas, right who won top hon- hU work In the" All-Navy starts Carpenter's other ace in the hole
ors In the Tri-District tourna- | program, signed by SecNav on the mound. White, with yearsof
ment. < John I. Sullivan, for "excel: experience behind him, is an
lence In athletic endeavor"" I II explosive hurler with a potent bat
1 1I when he goes to the plate.
Jax-Navy Mermen I Tri-District PistolChampionships I'--1 Behind the plate are another

F Will Compete In : Ken Werner and "Ace" Wool
\yl' ac Held bright both former NAS Flier

All-Navy Tourney Here Last Wednesday ;: play hard here ballers at Jax with under two their seasons belts.of

Dick Dickson holds the initial
: '
When the curtain raises at the : When the smoke cleared from sack down for the Jaxmen this
1943 All-Navy Swimming and the NAS Jax pistol range last season and has been the most
Diving Championships at Phila- Wednesday, Chief J. H. Lucas, dangerous man at the plate for
delphia the week of 23 August I NAAS Saufley Field marksman visiting twirlers. Jerry Hosaflook,
three NARTU mermen, wearing I was out in front of the field of 14 another baseball team member,
the Jax-Navy colors, will make gunners with a high total score has joined the Softball combo at
their bids for All-Navy marks I of 264 to take top honors in the second base recently and is show
they have already approached and Tri-District Pistol Championships ing his wares In fine style. Hosa-
surpassed in recent preliminary In the team match later on in flook was another member of last
swimming and diving meets. ,, the day, the 9th N.D. team copped year's great team. At short Car
Of the three, tall, raw-boned ; VARSITY GRID PRACTICE SPEEDED Up--; first place with a total score of' penter has "Ski" Sviejokovskl,
Charlie Carroll, the Jacksonvilletank 944 The runner-up spot was landed fast and with a deadly accuratearm.
ace, with webbed feet, is the : by the 7th N.D. pistolmen with' At third base Al Havalkahas
most outstanding. Recently, Car- CHANGES TO SCHEDULE ANNOUNCEDMost 807 points. An ineligible memberon taken over the hot corner and,
roll bettered 1947 All-Navy swim the 8th N.D. squad caused the after a rough start has shown

marks in the 1500, 800, and 400 any time in the late aft- and the 3 October game scheduledwith team to be disqualified. I constant improvement.
meter swim events. ernoon if you pass Mason Field Eglin Field at the Gator The first line fired was for a I With the loss of Billy Gibbs Ed
Last week at the Trl-District and see a bunch of men plowingand Bowl will be the number two spot on the team which will represent I Carpenter will fill the right outer
Swimming and Diving meet in bucking into each other, and game on the roster. The Corpus the three districts at the garden with Pete King. Floyd
Glenview, Carroll splashed his you get splashed with blood, you Christi and Parris Island games All-Navy Pistol Tournament in "Beachhead" McKeehan who has
way to another Navy 1500 meter are witnessing the speeded up remain as previously scheduled, San Diego next week. Lucas earned been holding down the center plotof
swim mark when he was clockedat practice sessions of the 1948 Blue with the Jax-Navy team meeting the number one spot on the outfield green, will be in the
21:369: chopping almost one and Gold Jax-Navy pigskmners. Corpus here 9 October and Par- team with his 264. J. C. Forman big battle at that spot, and Frank
minute from his time in the same Under the watchful guidanceof ris Island away on 16 October. and W. E. Jones tallied 245's: A Retrievi, who was converted froma
event at the NATAC meet last Coaches Don Jacka, Bill Har- The game which was scheduled G. Burrows, 234, A. G. Lowther, first baseman to an outfielder
month. Not content with this feat, rington and Paul King, the husky : with NATTC Memphis at Mem- 231, and R. S. Springer, 22-&. All when Carpenter took over the
Carroll stole the show whir he sailors are developing into a form- phis on 23 October has been mov- the qualifiers except Lucas and team will cover the left field area.
shaved almost another minute idable grid machine which will ed to the 27th, and the 30 October -I Springer are members of the 9th With this compact and powerful
from his 800 meter mark by take on some rough competition encounter with Whiting N.D. team.R. group, plus several reserves, the
touching the wall at 11 :8.9, and during the coming season. Field has been cancelled. The I D. Moser led the 9th N.D. Carpentermen will be out to bring
bettered the All-Navy 400 meter three remaining contests remain team in its win over the 7th N.D. back All-Navy laurels to Jacksonville -
Until lately, the boys have
very unchanged with Point hereon squad with 258x260. Other scores .
mark by five- tenths of a second been going through some of the I
with his time of 5:16.5.: light exercises and primary man- 7 November, Fort Benning hereon for the winning team gunnerswere .
13 November, and NATB Pen- J. H. Lucas 257, R. S. In a major-league game In 1883,
Ray Trindade copped the diving euvers common to football work-
sacola away on 27 November. A Springer, 226, and A. P. Milliard. Tom Burns of the Chicago Nation
laurels with a registered total of outs. Now, they are moving into
with Maxwell Field 4 De- 206. The team als three
game on runner-up scorers got hits in one inning,
124.96 points against 105.9 for the rougher and more intricate
I cember has been tentatively add were J. A. Abrams, 185, G. R. a home run and two doubles. His
his nearest competitor. parts of the running
game ed to the schedule but remainsto Hunter, 222, A. C. Ceresna, 209 team scored 18 runs in that one
Billy Clingenpeel was nosed out sprints, passing, blocking, and be confirmed. and D. T. Gallitano, 192. inning, the seventh
of first place on the 200 meter scrimmaging.Lt. -- -- ---
breast stroke event by J. Higginsof Comdr. Anthony J. Rubino, LOOKING OVER SHEET TROPHIES
Pensacola, but gained a berthon PT officer, yesterday announceda
the Tri-District medley relay number of changes in the 1948 .4bW< JM;!! PSWI.1J! 15! ***-_.* "':::,&L.,Tv<,::"-,..,'.::.:'inT ..T ":'":,:;;)"_ .= 4 &" 1 _
team. grid schedule. The opening date ;' TC :::>'r:? : :

J has been moved up to 26 September k. .: ,' ,:,. ,J .;
A twelve-year-old boy shot a at Fort Bragg, N. C, for a tilt ..'
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sub par 71 at Kansas City. with the Fort Bragg Army eleven, : 4f :. .: !

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I Jax Skeefimen Defend Title; ftt "

Will Shoot Again Tomorrow > /J',

Blasting from the sky 465, birds 4. .. r'v
out of a possible 500 the Jax- "',
Officers Wives Will Navy Skeet team defended the .
Naval Air Advanced .. .. '.
Training I.
Hold Another Single- '' .
Command skeet trophy success- ..., ',.' ., A ; -
Bangle-Bungo fully again last Friday at Whit- > *l ,1 !.'
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ing Field against five teams representing i v : \c ,

Tomorrow morning, the Offlcera' as many NAATC activ .f l :
ities. The nearest team to the
Wives Golf Group will hold
defending champs was Corry Field .33 {a .i t
another of its popular and successful with 452x500. ,, ry

Binglt>-Bangle-Dungo golf I Tomorrow morning at Saufley .. 'r' {
tournaments at the station golf' Field, the local bird busters will q 4 \ .'. ,
attempt to defend the title for : (Jr'
course. :
the second time since June when .
The match will be followed bya \ ,
they tangle with the neversaydie -
luncheon and business meetingat sharpshooters! from Whiting e I aaa8 a b 44 \ "
the 0" Club beginning at 1300. FieldCorpus Christi, Saufley .... .
A white elephant sale will be conducted Field, Corry Field, and NATB THE IMPOSING ARRAY of trophies won by the Jax-Navy Skeet Team during recent months ,.,
at the luncheon to raise Pensacola.In is examined by, left to right, Rear Admiral Ernest W. Litch, Commandant of the .seventh Naval District
funds for prizes to be awardedat last week's event, Chief W. and Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training, Captain A. I. Malstrom Commanding Officer of NAS,
the Navy Juniors' Golf tournament L. Arthurs, ace gunner on the Jax- ': Lt. Comdr. James A. Brough, a member of the team, and Lt. Comdr. A. J. Rubino, Physical Train-
scheduled for 18 Augustat Navy team, drilled 96 bird out ing and Recreation: Officer. The skeetmen won every shoot in which they competed with the excep-
the local links. Those attend of 100 to take high gun man tion of the Great Eastern at Lordship, Conn., where: they placed second. Included in the display are
ing the luncheon are requested to honors. the National Service trophy, won last fall in Syracuse, N. Y., the Azalea Shoot plaque, captured at
bring some articles for the sale. Other team scores in the Whiting the Jax Gun Club in April, the Florida State Service championship silver tray, won In May at Gainesville -
Sunday afternoon the group will Field shoot were NATB Pen- the NAATC trophy, garnered here In June, the Southeastern Service Team plaque, copped at
stage a Husbands and Wives tournament sacola 411x100, Saufley Field 433 the Jax Gun Club in July, and the George C Miller Challenge trophy, currently held by Jax-Navy.
First tee off will be at I, x500 and Corpus Christl 432x I At present, the team is made up of Lt Comdr. Brough, Chief D. Gallitano, Chief H. Hartley Chief
1400. j I 500. W. L. Arthurs, and Lt. G. A. Busbee, Jr.


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