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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1948
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DAY CELEBRATIONPreparation PREVENTION WEEK


for the obser- Fire Prevention Week will

vance of Navy Day at JsAS lie observed throughout the
Nation from :3 through 9 October -
and in Jacksonville was underway -
and Naval Air Station
this week with the : tire-fighters will join in the

appointment of a committee ;> + campaign to emphasize the

to handle arrangements for is (. u'' importance of precaution in ..

the celebration of the occasion : ,, i educing the country's fire
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on 127 October.
Announcement of the appoint- House" will be observedat
the three Fire Stations here
ment of the committee was made

\ late Tuesday by Comdi F. J. ___ _n._ ___ "____ __ _._,.__._..,.._._,_____.__.._._.__________________ throughout' the week so that station
Brush, NAS Executive Officer, in personnel may become familiar -
Station Memo No. 56-48 Tilt ,ARMALL: lil'T' TOOK over NAS last weekend as Army res 'rvists from all over Florida with their Fire Department,
converged on" the Air Station for a two-day "i ontai I amp here" The program was arranged" to its equipment, and the men who
Lt. Col A, L Norton was named acquaint the reservists with developments" which have taken plai.. since they left active' dutv: I Upper I compose it .
chairman of the committee and left) Reserve otttters study a plastic r liet model which was on display in one of the< hangais
The need for fire prevention will
officer-m-charge of the Navy Day I ( Upper right i A crowd gathers around a "il> mg boxiar, a Fairchild Packet, while- other officers
be stressed during the observance.The .
celebration in Jacksonville. Lt. and men inspect the interior. (Loweri The reservists begin to nil the old NATTC auditorium when
Comdr. Anthony J, Rbbino was I they were welcomed aboard Saturday by Rear Admiral Ernest W, Litch Chief of Naval Air Advanced department will impress on
all visitors how much easier it i ii
elected as vice chairman of the I Training, and Captain A. I. Malstrom, Commanding Officer of NAS. Naval dignitaries were
to prevent a fire from starting;
committee : introduced by Col! R. G, Howie, head of the Aimvs Florida Military District
than extinguishing it once it gets
Other committee members chosen -- i -
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o) include Lt. Col. F. W, Wil- going
liams of NARTU, flight displays; 'Jax-Navy And Eglin Field! To be leally effective, a fire
Lt. W E. Neimann of VF-1 and prevention program like that earned -
Lt (jgl) L. O. Fortner of VA-4, out at NAS every week of the
ground displays: Lt. Noma P year must have the support anal
Reid. 'Open House' coordinatorfor cooperation of all hands, Fire
conducted station tours; Cap- Will Battle Here Sunday Chief Donald R. Moran said in

tain Francis L. Albeit, school and : I I discussing the observance of Fire
'Prevention Week. 'Its the
church liaison; Arthur M. Greene. jointresponsibility
Editor of Jax Air News, in chargeof Jacksonville and Naval An of the Fire Department -
'. will for :
They depart lIC aiadium "
civic organizations and clubs Station football fans will get yearA record crowd is expected to as soon as they arc loaJeJ After and station personnel, hepointed
liaison; Lt. Comdr. N E. Sweet, of- : turn out Sunday to see the initial the game, the busses will i,_turn out.
their to Most flies here
first opportunity see arc caused bycareless
flcer-in-charge of the downtownparade
i home encounter. All service personnel to the Air Station, unloading along'the ''
and Lt Comdr. E J. the 1918 Jax-Navy grid ma- in uniform will be admitted I II route and terminating at the smoking habits, the Fire
Chief asserted And the most com-
Muriarty of NARTU, advertisingpress to the stadium free of charge, as bus stop at Yorktown and Xlustin"Bama' '
and radio liaison chine in action this Sunday I mon fire hazard found is faulty
I will be dependents'
Committee members were em- when Coach Don Jacka's FIlers dependents.ards. presenting -' Hutchinson, Flier electric" wiring, usually done byunauthorized

powered to draft any necessaryaubconimittees clash with a rugged Eglin I Tickets for civilians'! and military i quarterback last: Sundays, unable scrap to because take partin of Total fire loss personnel.for the" station
necessary for successfully Field eleven at the Gator personnel who expect to at-I I minor received I,
promoting and carrying a injury during a I for the past year was $1,432, Chief
out the Navy Day observance Bowl in their opening home tend the game in civilian attire scrimmage session, is expected to Moran revealed He said the nunt-
Kick-off went on sale yesterday at Ship'sService be at the signal calling post when' ber of fires during the months of
The initial I meeting of the committee game of the season.
will also
sold atDonaldson's
They be
the whistle blows If
has been scheduled fcr tomorrow time is slated for 1130. in town and at the Sunday. Hut-I I June July, and August decreased
I chinson is unable to take the 32 per cent over the corresponding -
Both teams dropped their openera stadium Sunday. All tickets will Jerry Walterskirchen will I months in 1916 and '47 because
last week and will be shoot- be general admission -.$1,00 for ably get the call. Walterskirchenwas I of an accelerated fire prevention .
Don't T" ing for a win Sunday afternoon I adults and $fiO for childien. I one of the outstanding backsin program.

But the Fliers will be exceptionally I Free Transportation, loo the Flier line-up in tho Fort While fighting Ares Is the chief
Game Sunday victory hungry since! they are Free busses will run from York- Bragg game occupation of the Fire Department
playing on home ground before local town and Muslin (on the station Ito Other barks slated for piobableContinued : fire provfuition claims a n1>:l..
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The Gator Bowl will he the scene of Jax-Navy's 1015 opening home game Sunday afternoon when the Fliers clash head-on with a strong Eglin

Field eleven Coach Don Jacka has already tentatively selected his starting line-up for Jax-Navy's initial venture on the Municipal Stadium

turf. Here's how the Jaxmen will probably take the field Sunday : "Tizzy" Tisdalo, UK ; George Kerstein. UT : Orin Ford, TIG ; Dave Barksdale,

C ; Bill Malonoski, L(; ; Kay Adkins, LT ; Jim Vance, LE ; John Bieneman RUB ; Keith "Bull" Bailey, FIJ. ; "Bama" Hutchinson, QB and Pat

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(This "...10.', rolomn U devoted to ("1'1.052, the carrier air groupudm rl....
( the wrek.rntl H rriori of lighting 52 and Attack n.-td.)
ROUNDUP After the annual
| cruise with about 90 .
undertaken persons .*
training duty just
most hands will be interested in a tending The box score reads tIOme-
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with thing like this: 19 dozen hambfygera
summary of what took place
\ the unit as a whole. Most of them were consumed, 23 cases of
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were well aware of how busy theyI beer evaporated and two cases o|
individuals but haven'tseen Coca-Cola went the way of Ml
were as
1ir' 'iwJ I a recap of how the squadron cokes.
ACTIVE DUTY Lt.
itself made out. To be sure it wasan CarltoQ
I exceptionally busy time andover Jensen, who has been our personnel
officer, received his orders
900 hours were logged by
,
: back to active the
CVLG pilots. Most were able to duty during an-
nual training cruise. He is to tre-
make a RON hop to some interesting -
to the USS Coral Sea' .
place and all hands received a port for further
I 1 great amount of instruction at assignment. Lt. Jensen was
Ground School The two weeks formerly associated with Standard
; h a were outstanding in the sense Oil, and we might state here that
.M \ Standard Oil's loss is the
a for Navy's
that they brought us together
I a long enough period to complete gain. Good luck shipmate! Incidentally .
Fire Prevention I a great portion of the syllabus as- we have a new person
I' net in the
officer attack squad
air There
signed to us as an group.
""It:.U\1t AN\ONE men- were totals of 39 officers and 80 I ron. He Is Lt. Bob Kavanaugh who
tions the Fire Department, you : men aboard for a grand total of was formerly an associate volun
ir think of men sliding down a 129 from CVLG at NARTU for annual '' teeof the patrol squadron at
pole, jumping onto bright red i training. The greatest problem 1 NARTU. Bob, who ia employed at
trucks and pulling on helmets encountered was that of find- the Personnel Clinic in town, served
and other gear as the engines I ing sufficient parking space Just aboard the Saratoga and Monterey .
r *. dash madly to the scene of afire when we had what appeared to be during the war. He hails
4 Then you think of hose adequate space for parking, some- from Biooklyn And while on the
r't being unwound, ladders being one thwarted us by hanging up subject of personnel, we'd like to
raised and a lot more excitement shining new signs which read offer our congratulation to Lt. H.
t But the Fire Departmentat "Road Closed, Do Not Enter". Lt E Nowatka who has beA appointed -
NAS has much more to do Comdr. Ed Fischer was pleased executive officer of the fighter
than that. There's the all-iin- when he found an exhaust fan in squadron.
r t portant task of fire prevention, his office but his joy was short NEW FACES--Several new of-
and equipment must be maintained lived' when he found that whoeverhad ficers have been added to the
so that it's ready to go installed it had put it up back- CVLG roster. Among .them are
into action at a moment notice wards with the result<< that air Lt. (jg) Julian Olsen, who will
The dispatch desk at fire was being pushed in instead of I hold down a CIC billet Lt (Jg)
alarm headquarters, shown drawn out of the office. I Reid, a graduate of Tulane who
above is the "nerve center" of ANNUAL PICNICA picnic for i currently is taking up residence at
the department' L. R. Green is all hands was held during the I St. VIncent's Hospital, is our new
ai the desk talking over the medical officer, Lt, Speir, an Insurance
: two-way radio-phone to the as- executive in civilian lifer
k sistant fire chief who is cruising New Church Bus is our new aerologist And say
around the station Left, C. "hello" to three new pilots who
'' '' G. Edwards checks a C02 extinguisher 1 Schedule Will Go have joined us, Lt Dale Langoton
tr during an inspectionof is now attached to VF52L and Ensigns
S 3 z Bldg. 108 as B. V McDonald, Into Effect SundayNew G. B. Triff and T A. Larkinare
storekeeper looks on. Such inspections 1 with VA52L.SQUADRON .
\ are made at monthly Sunday church bus schedules SALUTE That
intervals The building, used to were announced this week byI I fellow in the leading chief office,
Y 4 $ store highly inflammable mate- the Captain's Office' These whom we used to call Chief Bob
jss p rials, passed this inspectionwith schedules will go into effect this Dunham, really received a workout
-S .5 px a rating of "excellent"' Sunday, : from the men of CVLG. It
For Sunday School a bus will seems that Bob received his com-
---- 'leave Cecil Field at 0900 and arrive I j mission just a few days ago and
at the Chapels at 0930. This the men wanted to get him in the
NAS 1 '
fAt : bus will leave the Chapels at 1030 habit of returning salutes. It s no
and arrive at Cecil Field at 1100 : new exercise to Bob, however, who
(Continued from I'age 1)) I I
Another bus will leave Dewey I was an officer during the war. All
I CHAPLAINS'I the. Station Cbape't' BirminghamRoad jor share of its! attention. Duringthe Park at 0900, stop at the NATTC II | officers' and men of CVLG. VA,
L I I and Muttln Atenue past year, station firemen in-I I Ad Building, leave there at 0915 and VF offer their joint congratulations -
rrot *tant spected 6.276 buildings,
0930-Sunday School, Smell Chapel. and arrive at the Chapels at to an excellent chief who
10.1501 wids, communion Service 3,624 hazards, corrected 3,403, inspected I 0925. It will leave the Chapels we're sure will be a superb officer
This Sunday, 3 October, has ('ondui-.tPd bl'hav1aln Francis 50,88Q extinguishers, and I II. at 1030 and get to Dewey Park at I PAY NOTE--The Supply Officer
been designated' as World-Wide II L, Albeit t. Communion exchanged 4,537 extinguishers' In 1015 has announced and we'II bet
Communion Sunday. tion Chnpliiln' A, C. Bo Medlta'i I.. this same period, the department I For Church, a bus will leave >oure willing to listen, that long-
This is that traditional annual I 0700-Mass Cathollo I answered 236 alarms and conducted Cecil Field at 1000, stop at Dewey evity will count for pay purposes'
occasion on which Christian peo- 0930lilacsChaplain 1,042 company drills. I Paik,leave there at 1030, and ar- for members of the organized re
ple of all races join in a fellow- I J. A. Widman111 officiate I rive at tM Chapels at 1015. On serve. It wall be retroactive from

hip of faith in a simultaneous I at both masses.sass. Drunk to SP: Just because my the return trip, the bus will leave April of this year, but as vet we
observance of the Holy Com I An outdoor nursery for small children -I eyes are red is no sign I'm drunk the Chapels at 1145, leave Dewey haven't received the word as to
munion. it maintained between 0900 and For all you know I may be a white Park at 1200, and arrive at Cecil ,when you'll be getting those fo
The occasion will be observed at 1200. I rabbit. Field at 1230. gies.
All Saints' Chapel with a special ----- - --- ---
Communion Service at 1045 EVERYTHING WAS READY FOR THE BIG BLOW

Christians of all faiths are invited __ .._._ .--.v..... ... ......A.......__..._, ... ........., ,.. ""." 'Y'" ..,..... "., .. .Y' .......". .........w........ .
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"Blm be the tie that binds I
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Our hearts in Christian love 1 w p' ? s,
The fellowship of kindred
minds
Is like to that above."
This Sunday will also be observed gyp '

as Rally Day at the Station F.,
Sunday School. Parents are ,
invited to bring their children to I I i ,3 vC
attend the pp
opening exercises, and
then to watch the little folks in
their various classes .

There were 112 Navy juniors at-
landing the school last Sunday.
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Arthur M. (.'..-nc, tUtor

The JAX AIR NEWS is pub- H
liah+d wukl" at the U. S. Naval

Air Station Jacksonville\ Florida, 1tll p
and printed commercially with '
non-appropriated funds lit no ex- '
rinse' to the government and in
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compliance with SecNav Circular H j S : ., I ._, _, ;- ; S _
Letter 45-1918 dated 12 December s--I ,
3945 Copies are distributed free ; I

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tion, the Naval Air Reserve Train- : ,: : :
ing Unit, the Teadquarters of the -. ':' ____
Naval Air Advanced Training ,

Command Naval Auxiliary Air I >. :; y IS ". ...: -'i: .
Station Cecil Field, and the U. S. : tA.A .
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, the Ship Editorial: l Ansoclatlon and THE TROPICAL lirRRIC'AXE which veered out t" Ilea last normal/ routmi once more. Putur abo\t- are Home i'andomn scenes
the Armed FIIICM FIM Service Rf"
production of material l from these week without hitting Jacksonville would not have ,caught NAS unprepared of the station the morning after<< LinN have not been untied and
wwrct must tear a credit Mm Kepubllcatton Woiking parties worked feverishly on Wednesday to secure -
) of other matter, extrpt t>yStrvlrr the station for the blow. When Thursday morning dawned calm I sand bags have not been' removed from in front of hangar door The

publication. IK piohlMtrrt, without and sunny the station slowly rmnovd the lines which were run storm never materialized, but if It had, NAS was ready for the
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REPAIRING ROADS AT NASKOAD I

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Bulletins- will be accept until aptrte ha been filled, but nor ':

,), lag+- than pm_ 1000 TiM>H FOll SALE Street Apartment 20, Call after 1700. v"t,: f .

Furnished house for sale or rent. S. Will share new live-room modern : > ;

Conner, Davis Trailer Camp Yukon, home Call. Mrs Morton or Mrs ; ... -,
Kla.Faby. Johnson at 26794. ..
crib and mattreM, $25: Florence Redecorated unfurnished five-room
pace heater, $60, wide-It highchair home midway between Jacksonville
$5. Call Jarrard, 25683. and NAS. Will take $80 per month.
,.wo- droom bungalow in Atondale, Mrs.. Mercer, 2-3762.
J near Air Base and town busses. Partly Two large rooms near tile bath with
furnished. Only 500 with $1,500 continuous hot water. On Air Base
: down and balance :r$60 per month. bus line. Mrs.. Townsend 75466.

Ford, 9-9931 or 96960. Large sleeping room with kitchen
r Washing machine in good condition privileges and semi-private bath.
$35. F. E. Binder. 5121 Attleboro Blackburn 2-1836.
) "' Large room with kitchenette and ad "" '
.. Ave.Easy joining bath. Miss Houston 1650 .. .. .; ..: :.
In excellent condition
$135.! apln-diler Palmer. 2-3265. Goodwin Street phone 76371.: : .,. >....w.q., ... ,.. "" "t'

Baby carriage and bathlnette, both for Large room for ladles or gentlemen.Mrs. < '

30.( Surgl, 8-9854. Swedburg. 75346. ; 7.
Furnished apartment In a private
House! trailer. 16 feet long with permanent -
. beds. rash home on NAS bus route. All utilities ... .
.\.' llarils. Empire StateaTrailer Park furnished Including phone and con- .... ', .., .
Orange Paik.flwlsi tinuous hot water. Mrs. Smith, 2- a '' .
music box (antique) with rolls. 3386. : A J' "
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Comfortable single and double rooms .. ) : < \ >..
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Six tongs: on each roll. Mrs. Mat. In a private home. Convenient to ; y. '. ?- "
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rick. 20909.Lefthanded pitcher's or&I.e In perfect NAS. Semi-private bath. Mrs. Shultz.. M K : .. ._ ". J........ ..._..... ..:... _.. ._ ':._ ,A ,
condition, Cheap Call Cap. 25930.! -'
q ext. 8230 before 1630. WANTED BUILDING AND REPAIRING EQUIPMENT has been in evidence around the station dur-

Officers blue unlfo..mlth Lt. Jg) Ride from Edgewood and Normandy ing the past few weeks as crews from Public Works resurfaced stretches of road, widened others,

tripes on It. Practically newoil III Blvd. to NAS. Working hours ate and carved out new parking: areas. In the above photo, a crew uses a road grader to widen the I IAcceHi.orl

wll for $25. Will fit man about from 0745 to 1630. LouColgan street west of the Commissary Store that connects Albemarle and Yorktown Avenues. Public Works
150 Ibs. In weight ho wears size : IIICII ttou .
ext. 8149 or maintains all NAS them at all times.
26 uniform. Lt. Cooper, ext. 685.Furniture 32M11. roads keeping in perfect shape
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Ride from Park and Cherry Streets to
chest of drawers small cheat of Hangar 114. Mr'''. Hultberg ext 646 '
drawers kitchen stool, two IMng or 8-2148.\ Working hours, 0800) ) to I
room chairs, sofa-bed, summer rug 1630 ? E i
*.I!,. 9'xl2', four kitchen chairs Two or three riders! from Green Cove HEE2 & : ,, SUPPLY
kitchen table, double bf'doil Ith Innerspring Springs to NAS. Houis 0700 to 1543.

mattress and roll springs, Iva Shish, ADC. Shop 742. O&R. I = '
bed table and two lamps, all for Ride from Lakeshore to Muslin and = AROUND SALLIES

$200. Sthapf'l'. 1220A Hancock Street Yorktown Streets at NAS. Woiklng 0 & R 'ff
NAS hours. 0800 to J630. M. T. Wllkcs,
Three-piece bedroom suite with In. ext. 575

nerspilng realties and coil npilngi. Ride from 6th and Pearl Stieets to ., .
Division ElUa- I
by I
Newman 1213A Hancock Street NAS. Main Gate at NAS \\oiklntc houis so many people here in the shop
Setenty.fhe pound metal refrigeratorfor are from OSOO to 1630. s.vn R. Jackson beth l\Jadl-1 think that the hur- walk to
see people I
$]8. Mrs. Carney 4502: : II'IngtonA'nuf' ext. 6ft. ricane scare helped make folks now you up NEWS AND VIEWS. Put up
some one else each day and ask, >
Three or foui riders hum Poplar talk this week. Maybe we two-tones closet
past -
your your pastels
Cocker Spaniel puppies at reducedprices "Your face is familiar, are
Point area to NAS. I leave h >meat you i iI
Mis. Magee, Quaiteic TT, 01 0710. For further Infol should have them more often if I from around here somewhere ?" I slip!! in your slip-ons and get

ext 467. call George Lesser, 2-8002.! matlon'l that is the case. From the Prop the out young long handles, 'cause
be
i And it usually turns out to
pinner ring, yellow gold with three
Young woman to accomp"ny Shop comes word that congratu- Winter's a-comin' by gum! and
,
diamonds. Call Charlotte Brown, 8- guy who sits next to them. Guess
Los Angeles Should b" willing to
1700. after 1630. lations are in order Barney from last week-end it ain't far
shame expenses and dilvlng Mrs. this means that it won't be long
:Five-room .house with double gaiage Matzlck. 2-09OT Fuller recently collected on a beneficial away. Which reminds us that our
Will take $.riOOO), or SI.OC)0) down and I before we will be having a nightshift I II
. Used portable typewriter Comdr C. suggestion. Then Mike hada own Harvest Costume Ball is only
balance l at $10 per month. No finance I I E. Robertson. ext. 8202 or ext. 317.: I again. Either that or we will
the 22nd, and rumor few weeks Tickets will
a
company Involved. Miller ext. I' Several i Iders from vicinity of l..akt'I I birthday on I have to move down to the hangar !| away. go

V 626:! or 4.40.40: II More Working hours from 0715) to had it that there was a "beeg I for enough room to go around i iDon't on sale very shortly and, fortun-
Wedding ring platinum with 10 dia I 1600: McDanlel. ext 251.Ride I' potty" held in his honor at lunchone I! ately, table reservations will be
monds. Reasonable. Mrs. F. H. Newman anyone mention a delay '
from Boxwood Road 01'Iclnlty will available
day. Guess his age now simultaneously. A diagram -
:26474. I In Lakeshore to NAS. Hours 0700 to report to Vesta. She will have you I
Winter spinet piano. like new; Gil- 545. C. H. Home. 2-6019. explain those weird noises he know that she wore a big blister i chart will be on display for
h..rtllalalor massager!: ; mine detector thinks he hears in a perfectly making your choices when you
her the other when
MISCELLANEOUSLOSTGold on finger day
cost $]80 new, will take $50.: quiet shop The welcome matis I purchase your pasteboards It
3 l.t. Cornell. Hunter, ext. 458 or see C..awfordll t watch she wrote one up. For her braveryat
out for L. H. Daniels. Hope to still is not too late to enter Sup-
Bt 4.Vn: Blnunt Ave
with gold expansion band. In 01 neat work, we awarded her the Dou-,
Universal Meteor 620 camera with Hangar 116 on 21 Sept W I. Dung- see you around here for a long : ble Cross with scotch tape inserts ply's Bowling Teams, but this is

flash and earrving. case. Will sell an. AD2. VF2. Hangar 116. Reward time Onions to the character positively last call. Meeting glace,
for $15 cash 1'. Boiler, ext. 261 Hate uniforms and a can of striped paint
yon any vutgrown ,
who minced rubber boots in I and teams
puts averages, handicaps, are
during \oIIol'klnhoul'S./ drrk.e., or other article In good Woody swears that when he
;. I>yk..'. Automobile and Gasoline Engine i rendition you no longer: need* l>.. pipe tobacco. Once he even flavored I bought that hurricane he was told being established now, and you
Encyclopedia :20th! edition $4; sate them t. the "Nut-New" 1'ohop.1'o0me two pounds of coffee this same I : stand to miss a lot of fun if you
that it was guaranteed to be a '
tailor made dress blues, waist 32 one may' need that very ar- wait there is law don't it. of
Just pal, a get in on During one
way.
length :30 chest :38. $12: mdlo. small tirle. It will be said at a Imrgainprlee. I i lulu. I think he was robbed. I demand
sire portable $25 maple double bed of averages, and some day we'llall the warm-up se-ssions. dark-horse
: and any profit made will go, : that he be refunded his
with mattress and springs $45: Hollywood to the station Sun..,)'. fall ext. 771 : sit around and watch you get I quarter. I'd rather wait for the i! Tate rolled 191 Since National

j. double bf'doil Ith Innerspilng and a representative of the shop your conle-uppance. Then watch I Fire Prevention Week starts next
mattress $50: large sue electric will donation next one Jerry, Dot tie, Amelia, |
: t blanket, pick up jour. where the laugh is Has anyone : Sunday, look for drills, special instructions
$20. Libby ext. 551 between(4Y)0 Doris, Doris Rixford, and I have
) and 1610. been around Ordnance Shop late- : all decided that our team is quite and moom-pitchers on
Oil circulating heater with tank and like different this all the week.
+I' ly ? It looks a place topic through
good at bowling. That is when they
metal stand $83 Also a complete set now. A. B. Weathers and his paint I I. Departures from Supply Life:
for 51V. and a set of Funk A HospitalChatter crew are the only people known and don't forget our reservation. !'! Musette Nevil last Monday for

\Vagnalls I Encyclopedia. $25. J. T. around these parts who can put a We will team 'I Cecil Field and Comdr. C. A. Appleby -
challenge any provided :
Clews 2542739.H3 polka dot paint job on the bulkhead leaving next Monday for
Oldsmobile In good condition. I the players are not over six

Wiggins/ 4V5J Park St. I If you listened to WOBS I years of age Have you noticed II.. Ordnance Supply in Indianapolis

i Vtlnger-tvpe washing machine. H E. I the other night you must have All Ben Mercuri's harem lately ? . Papa Bennett is vacationing
Anderson 1233B Hancock Street heard about Mr. Weathers. He was : for latter part of his two weeks''\
NAS. ext. 8355 ,: Variety Show, :Monday night, in I backto It's growing and growing and
and
leave in and
dead and buried came I Virginia Maryland,
Studio couch with maroon slip covet 1 I growing. He's quite the coffee
..," the Red Cross Recreation Hall i
4- i
- life. If don't believe me, go Just over the bridge from the Na
for $20 and a six-way floor lamp for i i: 1930. Its sho' worth you fiend now, too. Could a certain
$5. Mrs Parker, ext. 8360. { your valuable around and ask him sometime. It's tion's Capital Charlie Pait is
with
blonde have do
Lots. 70x159.' well and con.venlent j>: time, fellas. No charge, soft Guess what ? Shor- I anything to the
true owner of a recording
happy
:Anf'al' really
that ? ? Pat
wonder .
to NAS c soil. drinks on the house. You can relax I We. Say, ,
Priced from $200 to $:lM. F Von and sit back for an evening ty is planning to middle aisle it in what about bowling? I understand I I machine, which he is using for recording -

Jo; rlltf'ln. 2-2504. ,, enjoyable November. The lucky girl worksin I never made less than radio shows, gettogethersand

Alma trailer, 19 long, fully t'qUlfPE'd. I|i: of entertainment. > Fab. Shop, think, Congratulations I, you miscellaneous activities .
160 170. Are down ?
or falling
7-7 sleepy> four Will take $:; I I I Big Monte Carlo night, 6 Octo- to you both It's a T1? Any similarity you between Dick Voted "Miss QSSR'of 1948"-Sarah

:39HG loin-door' x Chrysler sedan with a ber, at 1930 in the Red Cross Rec- Ib. boy for Duckworth. He's the Holden and a supervisor is purely I I Kuder. Understand she's taken -

lMl Plymouth motor. Excellent tires I i I reation Hall. If you're lucky, youI latest member of the stork club coincidental. He's of Miss Nevil's place in every way
a man ic-
and radio. \\llllams. ext. 621. I I I win prizes. Come and has their personal I I.I We to
19.T8 Plymouth coach with motor In may many Who own sponsibility lately Lancaster, Hobby Lobby: expect
ie J.:,,. A-l shape Will sell .. for ) I l, try your skill at this game of wits. supervisor right close around ? would you like someone to package :'place a showcase in the lounge

und buyer can take up 1t1a c:2(0 i i: You're bound to either win or lose. From Instrument Shop the days of leave for I I for display of Supplyers' hobbies.
some
$153 at $15.20 hPt''n month' S. B WilIlamson I I I I This may be'your lucky night, who news is very good. Or is it ? With I, as a up little gift ? you They'll range from soapcarvingto
.. Center Stieets. i i I knows ? ---- I'I
-
-- stamp collecting, souvenir savings -
Further Information can be obtained I l't>r.onnpl.dmlnl..t r&tloll by
at B1dg. 125. n, T. TALK NEW ZUARTU EXEC I"I"I to whittle-whacking. If you
Dot Ilekxon-Lt. ( jg) Sweat has I

.- Johnson tor Runs slx-hoisepower, but needs minor outboard I lepalrs.moJ': : J j H. E. Offenhauser, AOC, ha.:. ...,., "'..-. I returned from her vacation in Texas are Interested in having your hob-

Will take $30. Also a kerosene stove been preparing for the favorite r S' : ; and reports a wonderful time. I by displayed, get in touch with

three-burner style, fully reconditioned I, sport of millions Yes, 'tis the beloved JJ'I' We all want to congratulate her'Ion 'I Sallies at 438 Department of
$10. Cicero, 77032.: I I'I ':.. useless information: Admiral Mc-
:3927 Cheviolet coupe, still In good sport of fishing. Offenhausi I -::- becoming USN. We saw that
Fall is Supplyer's for
condition. $100. Also a baby clothes i! has made a variety of sure-catch swanky write-up in the paper. I one guess

washer used only a few months flies, so he says, such as buck-I I Rumors have it that there will the "Who's Talking" contest ata
$25. Wllda Saint ext. 537. I local picture house. If it wasn't
Living; room suite. bedroom suite, tails, hair bugs, spent wing, and be a big dance for all civilians on I
last
guessed Tuesday
chrome and plastic dinette set nil fan wing. That is just the beginning 15 October at the Mainside Audi- you may

for $235. B. D. Vogel/: 38148 Norman there are more to come. I torium with Bob Astor and his or- I find 'it a helpful hint "DreamGirl'

Sheet, Dewey Paik With a few changes in the sh-.p, chestra. A nominal fee will be i which opened yesterday, is
ladles'' bicycle In good condition, $15; aptly titled, for it'll probably put
Floience two-buiner poicelaln heater we now have an experienced and charged. Let's all turn out for this
to sleep after the first reel.
you
$25: canvas-coveted 10' cat-top affair and make it a huge success. I
brit $20. Kheienman. ext. 662. ev-ery This female Mitty never once becomes
: I|I Mr. Warren's wife was operated

I roil RENTJkpflitment I It. : day r>mornings to help you patients I on this past week-end and we hope I mature or even interesting.Not .
is Roots" hose
so "Tap ,
t. with living room and dinIng '' with the "fly-tying blues". We : that a speedy recovery will soon
room combined. Also a largekitchenette have kits fisherman story is based around the group of
10// I complete any t I find her out and feeling good.
"a and connecting bedroom I Lebanon Valley-ers who refused:
will admire for
I your use. Alice Pellett and family were I
with private bath. $60 month.
per I to join the South in the secession
P f' I Mr*. Hanlson. 21416. A loom has just been set up in in an accident last week. Alice re- i[

Single .looms $7: double room. $101per i a new pattern of brilliant colors ported that everyone is getting 'i attempt, which may prove a stir
week. Both have running. hot and i prising factor in the Civil War
That brown and blue
We do
I; orange better. sure miss you, so |
I cold water and ate on city bUll lines. j for most Supply-ers. This poorman's
S 0 Mrs S. Mathews 2061 Del l.t nod Ave-I warp in a diamond pattern is a hurry and get well. j I II
Gone With The Wind is
real The first t |
( 5. nue. eye-catcher. productmanufactured I
I Speaking of accidents!, and they
I I Two unfurnished roams, fUl n'H.t'd If from this pattern is mildly interesting.
seem to be quite freI I
desired newly palrfted. with p' Ivate I" occurring - --- -
entrance III rent to couplevlth I on display in the shop now.You've \ quently in Personnel lately, Bill I ring baby boy.
small child Close to NAS. Mrs.. Gio- I heard of "Casey At The \ '
Yeats was trying to stop two dogs
Heard about certain
L5 : : a rumor a
v2.4275.
Bat" Well the Photo Lab
I now : ,
: > ., from fighting and one of them bit in 754 who
Wenconnett : somebody Shop never
Thiee-r(x m apartment boasts of In The Darkroom" J \ >
"Casey -
with private bath completely fuinI1" : : him. So that big wad on his thunibIsn't lets his name in print.
appear
If you ever go into the : t :)::
Inhed All conveniences Including : : \ <: W. C. Fields' nose but his (Does he use brute force or charm
:
telephone. $45 per month. Mr AtI I Ituway. I darkroom, you will see our greet : : $ :.ai
fi ... .
c : '. .. .........& vx own little finger. and personality to obtain this? )
Bldg. 105. or call 28578.: hero with negatives heaped around __
Fed room with kitchen pilvllesea and l 1 However ('O lnft. WILLIAM H. Mac- Lt. Harper has been on the sick I We know who we mean, don t we,
him in unending rows. ,
lIf'ml-pl'h'ale bath. One block off DONALU' has assumed the duties list with tooth trouble. No one folks?
Rrxthevrlt highway Pleiey, :J-4JUI.:! when he comes out, you can tee
him the it's
socked' in
I' Executive Officer of the Jaw; Just Wonder the timekeeper
Three furnished rooms Including( living that he hasn't been idle. He turns of Just why new
room, bedroom, and kllo'hl'11lth I out prints in' large numbers. Naval Air Reserve TrainingUnit I from having teeth pulled Hope you I Jenkins, dashed home so

scml-piltate bath for couple with I succeeding Comdr. E. L. feel better soon. suddenly Friday noon after receiving -

S' H7.n'".children. Mrs W. C. Fiench. 4- I LUNCHEON' James, Jr., who was orderedto I Moving Importing. by vVjnona I' a telephone call. Don't

e Furnished two-room apurtmt'nt with OFFICEHS'IVKS the Canal Zone in August.He Spurlork Hear Ye! Hear Ye! you know we don't'work on Sat-

private entinnce and adjoining, bnlhGns I: TO FEATl'KK FASHION SHOW reported here from the I Guess what-the_ ole planning reporter urday. Jenkins?

'month.<< heated Mm.Just Mouls ledecointed.2-C600.! $50 per I A fashion show, sponsored by NROTC Unit at Tufts College, I is not only a roving time- Dot Dickson says she wasn'tgoing

Laterloom with pihnte entrance Puree lis, will .. highlight the Medford, Mass. A Pennsylvanian keeper but a roving rcpoitri, so anywhere Friday-but she

J bath, and. kitchenette Will rent to; I monthly meeting of the Officers' I Comdr. MacDonald was look out, gals and pals I'll be had the day off .

.* >:..,- '. business couple. Mrs Odell. 8-2708! Wives Club next Wednesday at graduated from the Naval Academy seem' )'ou--on roller skates. It's a funny thing when a man
Large In hunt (If house I
f" I wUh corner private room bath and central heivtWf 1300 in the "0" Club. in 1933 and received his We have a brand new grandmaand buys a car and then has to hunt

tRI{. M.... Durrett. 81111. I Reservations must be made prior wings at Pensacola in 1936. He grandpa among our midst for it. knowing only what it looks

ti' Will share furnace-healed' IIPil// Im,"n to Tuesday evening by telephoning : served; extensively in the '\- Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hutthmgs are like. You finally found it though

In Rlveisldc with congenial wi'ikm-' I ,ifx. World( War II the ol boun- didn t Russell
Kit) Mary Fulllngton; :.'4'> ( >nk I t-xt 81M I during proud grandparents a you



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I 1948 .JlIX-NIIVY GRID SQUAD I Boxers To Meet

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, i The 1948. Jax-Navy boxing

team will make its debut in

Op 'Savannah, Ga., Wednesdaywhen

I : 1 I x 1 : I it matches blows with A

.; MxB group of sluggers from the
:
a (I'niou Bag Company Athletic

( 1ub.I .

,* A ? Lt. Comdr Anthony J. Rubin.)

x 1 0 4 I and Chief "Chip" Chlpparoni.ooaches .

of the l h>cal l leather'


4 : tibC: ; kr L pushers for the the, NAS Georgia announced rln city men will yesterdaythat sometime leave



__"' '''_''_ ....._ .__ ......... ......-_ _H........ ...:.,'.lin ,""":". :: ""_mW"H __W_""___ ,_,,,,___ ,,,,_ _'__. ....iaan4r.aca,+wo.bv.,6..ANaau...._,y 8i'_ ,"" __ Tuesday. Chipparoni will accom-
!. the mittmen on the trip.(
HERE IS Tilt: OFFICIAL 1'KTt'KK; of the' HH8 Jax-Nn\v grid, lean lA'hl.'h representing! the :Naval All Station on the giniiton! pany
During the final week of work-
!t this ..w'arShown with the play-r* are t the t three managers and the ef'i.'h"1< See them in a, !non this Sundav when the, meet Eglin I
'outs, the coaches are stressingring '
Field, at the Uat.ii Bnwl in their first home game ni' the season Kickft tun.i.s' U-tn 1 Set vu .men in unit'um! and dependents with
laid
technique and have down
dependents'yards r will bo admitted I free and bus service 13 being provided tr''nthe I 141 at ''on to. t the Mt adl tlm. (dime on out and root your .
a heavy schedule of sparring
j
team to1 torArmy .
\ :\
.. .... .. rounds. All the boxers are in top
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'physical condition and should
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TD In Final Period Smashes TigerHastingsTilt make Georgia a good fighters showing, they against said the

W A. :Nichols. a fast-moving

flyweight, will be the first to car-
Now To BePlayedTuesday ry the Jax-Navy colors into th*

Chance For Opening Gome victory squared circle. *A newcomer to

i the Station boxing stable Nichols

: will have a tough fight on his

A 59-yard touchdown, pass hands' if ho is matched against the
Ntiffeneii and the local Torn Mabry I
sjstHwe Army's safely man
from Fort Bragg's quarter- team lost the ball on downsAs raced back to his own 42-yard The NAS Tlg"l-Hastings;; Vocational Union Bag Company's Charlie sensational Hearn

back Roger Mendivil to half- the final period got underway line before being knocked out of School grid clash: cancelled flyweight
Hearn the flyweight crown
the Navy team, led Jer bound On the following play I I last week because of the I copped
back Fred Bell midway in the by in both the 1947 and '48 Jacksonville -
ry' Walterskiichen. Bailey, and Ainiy's quartet back Roger Men- threatening tropical hurricane,
final period of JaxNavy'sopening : Golden Gloves Tourney.
Anderson, went on a 30-yard divil threw a desperation pass to was postponed again this week
tilt Sunday in North march for pay dirt, but were wingback Fred Bell! who took the by torrential rains which left the W H. Warner, a 118pounderfrom

Carolina snatched away local forced to kick Taking Anderson'sboot ball on the Navy's 40 and outraced Negro college field a quagmire, Philadelphia. Pa., will represent -
I I according to Coach George Bomfa. I the station in the bantamweight -
gild hopes:; lor an opening on his own 20-yard line the Fliers to the goal I line I
I The game long looked forwardto class. A former Gold..nGloves

game victory.Over I as the curtain-raiser for the champ, Warner is a classy

1:'>,000 enthusiastic Tar ATU 4 AND 6 FIELD CRACK SQUADS -I Tiger squad has been rescheduled boxer and can be expected to givj

Heel football fans roared in himself the
approval for next Tuesday, Bomfa a good account of in
as the Army team put on I I said. team's opening match.
"Frank MerriweU" finish after I STATION VOLLEYBALL COMPETITION I
a IN Last year the Tigers lost their Following Warner Into the rind
trailing the powerful local grid first battle with Hastings in a will be E. L. Childers local feath

combine, 7-6. for three quarters. A new volleyball sextet hroke into the limelight this close contest with a final score erweight. Childers is another latecomer

the Final Fort score was "All-Americans.12-7 in favor of" \\ eek. ATl"u. i "A" team brushing all competition aside of 86. Out for revenge in the and not too much is known

Four minutes Bragg after the opening in its quest for glory last week fought its way to five vic- boys return, the game Tigers with subdued the Vocational them about, he his was ring selected technique.as However Jax--

kick-off, the well-oiled Fort tories to take a lead in the lied League. Winning over Dis- with a 21-0 win Navy's entry in the 126-poUl1d l

Bragg grid machine rolled across ATU ; i class the basis of his excellent
pensary and the Marines with agile playing, the } o. The double delay in opening the on
blue
the and gold goal line aftera
march Sol boys rolled onward and took the ATU :\0, 5 "A" teamfor '48 grid campaign for the Tigershas showing during workouts.
spectacular 72-yard
Two well-known Jax scrapper*
two To strengthentheir -- given Coach Bomfa an ad-
fleet-footed back games.
,
Spencer Army will the :NAS spangles in
I carry
on the leagueleadingslot ditional ten days to perfect the
sprinted from the Flier 22yardline grasp JaxNavyContinued the welterweight class. One is Joe
to The they beat VF-1 into submission I "T" formation which the colored '
score standing up. Martin, the "fightin' yeoman.'
for their fifth win. I from I pigskinners are using this season.
Fliers blocked the extra point ( Page!; 1)) Martin first' began to attract attention -
try and the Army led 60.Anderson ) In the Blue League, ATU No. 6 starting berths are Andy Anderson He hopes the adoption of the "T" during last year's smokers
000"1' I is still holding the lead with "Bull" Bailey, and John Biene- will enable him to get the most
> for -lav and
: "'' : I at Malnside Auditorium
two wins added to last Wt'ek'stotal man. Anderson stole the show in out of his squad.
Anderson brilliant Flier
Andy later proved to be JaxNavy'i"dark
of six to make the tally -
the tilt his
with
Army smashing
halfback Golden
sparked the 42-yard horse" in the 1918
eight victories and no defeats. Unlike running game and sharp parsing ped its opener to the Cherry Point
Navy touchdown drive midway inthe Gloves He took three straight
the Red League leaders, ATU arm. His powerful running netted Marines by a 19-0 count, will cometo
first quarter, carrying the ball bouts to cop the lightweight Golden -
No. 6 gained its lead right from the Fliers their only touchdown in the Jacksonville Municipal
out hid
nine of ten times before plung- Gloves championship by
the start of the tournament and the clash in the first quarter ol Stadium with a flashy "T" offense
the final chalk The
terrific other.
ing over
stripe i punching
has managed to hold it against the that promises' to fill the air with power.
from the two-yard line to even the game Mike Hernandez, has been a familiar -
some tough opposition.The I Strong. Line. Set For Tilt passes. Carl Mason, Eglin fullback
score. A hair-raising catch by ring figure at NAS for the
Ordnance & "H" A 198-pound forward wall will will carry the brunt of the ball-
:Flier end Chuck Moore of a pass Gunnery past two seasons. Holding a hatful -
team is forging ahead its the Yel- take to the field against the Eg carrying chores on the basis of
thrown by Anderson netted 19 of ring titles, he lost a decision -
low the forward lin gridders Sunday. The big line his! outstanding role in the opener.
yards in the spectacular "TD"I League now holding I to Carl Guardinier of tli.*
drive "Tizzy" Tisdale's extra- slot in that group. O&.G is forced the Army opposition! to pass Probable starting lineups forSunday's Crescent City Athletic Club on the

point placement was good and one of the departments on the station and skirt the ends last week, anda game are: opening night of last year's Golden -
Ja\- Kgliii: Field
the blue having a number of teams highly-polished offensive and defensive a\'y On
and gold took the lead, Gloves and was eliminated.
the division in the type of play is on Sunday'sgrid Tizzy 'Tljdal LR: C. E. Light
76. I representing Ray Ad kin* LT L E. Faulkner the final night. Hernandez wa-
The outstanding punting of Anderson I tournament menu. I Bill Mllono.kl l.G H R Golden avenged when his rlng.matehr: -
I The Kglin eleven, which drop- Delve Boll klldal l' E. !M. Hall
Chief victors in the decision
battered
Indigo tin out a unanimous
and fullback "Bull" Bailt'yI ,
---- :)iln Fold R4 W Wise t
kept the Army team out of scoring -I League at present are the hard- I ..eoixr iselsrwn, RT b. Contreras '' against the Crescent City

position all through the second I playing Station Police volleyball- Progress Is Made ''Jim Vane? Rt R. 1':. Rave. entry.
era Taking their opponents in Jim H1\lIhln ',IR H. A. 'ivies .
stanza. With the strong defensive ;, And Anderson LB K I ; l'.lmpbell
line play of Dave Barks- stride, the badge-toters are slowly I On Formation Of John RIt'nt''ltn' RH J. M I \ItO..t'1 lIKI.Mr/r.S: : : First 81)1)| | enrMl la1H9
dale and Wilbur Sweat, two Army drawing ahead of other teams in Bull Rallis FB C. Maven <>: now romnulsory' ,. equipment.
.
drives deep into Navy territorywere I I their league. -- ---

thwarted i I I While M-l "A" team is Boy; Scout TroopRapid ; GRIN AND BEAR IT .

Opening the second half of the rently leading the cllr-I progress was made during -

contest, a Fort Bragg back chas- the Green League, ATU the past week in completing
ed Tisdal<>'3 kick-oft around the "B" team is retaining its holdon
preliminary work in the forma-
end zone but managed to pick upa the top position in the Orange
tion of a Naval Air Station Boy '"
couple of yards before being I League Scout Troop here.

brought down by a host of Navy Every day is bringing the 48 Meeting Monday afternoon in .
tacklerti. I teams entered in the tournament
the office of Comdr. F. J. Brush,
Fliers 'rhreaIenTwo I nearer to the time when the
NAS Executive Officer, the t e-
attempts by the Jax Fliersto championships will be played. Although I cently-appointed council members
score: in the third period bogged there are now leaders l in
were assigned specific duties in
down. Anderson again started a I every league, it can not be determined -
the Troop Chief W. L. Baxterwas
Navy touchdown drive with a 17- l who will play in the fin- named Scoutmaster and Chief

yard pass to Moore and two scintillating als to be held *t Seaplane Point Walter \\'. Reeves was selected as

runs but a 15-yard penalty courts. I assistant Scoutmaster.The .
halted the early third I
quartet ,
same evening a large num
threat. Minutes later, after j SICNAI.S: Originally, .sentenceswere ber of prospective Scouts andtheir
Flier guard Joe Sinko recovered' I used<<1 for .slffmtU ( I ISH'J), but I
parents gathered at Mainside -
an Army fumble, Anderson again later signals' consisted of letters I' Auditorium with the councilto M ; t\ \

l led the Jax-Navy eleven in a beginning a .sentence, and finally I view\ a movie entitled "A Roan

touchdown attempt, but Army re- numbers. ______ ____ i I To Better Citizenship Through }ic
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I Scouting"' which\ graphically depicted ; : c.

1 l I the value of Scouting as a
lommunity, activity J. Ade locaf ?,fin.h .;; YIr

Scout executive, was present to

explain Boy Scout work.

Rear Admiral and Mrs. ErnoatW. l
I
Litch were among the put
MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM M
enta of Scout-aged boys attending. .

Movies: \\'pt'I.III1)'I-1730 and ''000: "t'4.k..IIIll3f. < and 2000. They proposed 1 their son, Michael\ !,

Till KSDAV aa a member of the Air Station

"BLAZING ACROH3 THK PECOS." starring Charles Starrett Troop .

and Smiley Burnett First official meeting of the

I'KIDAY I I Troop will be held tomorrow ?tuning I ( 11 I Iy4'
"THE SECRET LAND= will be shown at the NATTC Auditoriumat at 1800 in Bldg. 601 whulls t

2030 only. to be used as Troop headquarters. -II I '

STtJHn.sn HIIMIAV' Troop colors and emblem < ,

"TIlE PIRATE," featuring Gene; K..lly !and Judy Garland. will be discussed and the first I

MONDAY Troop activity will be decided by "WIIKN YOU TAKK: the fi.-ld. men bear in mind you are fighting

"URUBU," with a Navy cast. the boys Scout-aged boys whose:! I to uphold the noblest traditions of thevrvuv.: \ von are battling for

TlrtSU1): iVii: ) :I.1Y parents are on duty here:! have the. honor and the glory of the Navy and \l.hV all, reinemuctI

"FOR THE LOVE OF 1\1 .\ttY." starring DeaniM Durbin and been Invited to be on hand for this have j five spot on the !game V-;

Pat O'Brit n. imoortant meeting (Courtesy. of Lirhtyr >