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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1919.
33 COMMITTEES NAMED FOR FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION; DUTIES ASSIGNED Committees to work with the army, the navy End the shipbuilding plant in putting on the biggest and beat Fourth of July celebration in Pensa cola that ti e state has ever witnessed were appointed and the full program tor the day mapped out yesterday. The following are the committees nd the du ies which have been map ped out for them: , Executive committee Army: Major Hughes, Major Bennett, and L.t. Col. Taylor. Navy: Captain Bennett. Com mander Jolinson. and Major Martin, marine coris. Duties To direct, supervise and co ordinate tha various activities of the committees for the Independence Day celebration- , Officer's reception committee Army: Major . Hug ies. Major Bennett and Major D'Alemberte. Navy: Captain! Bennett, Commander Johnson and Ma jor Martin, marine corps. Shipyard: Mr. Crenshaw. Duties To officiate during officer's luncheon. Officer's entertainment committee Army: Major Hughes. Major Bennett, and Lieut, Naute. Navy: Captain Bennett, Commander Johnson and Ma jor Martin, marine corps. Duties To provide seating capacity for officers at all functions, arrange special entjrtainment, such a3 trips in speed boitts, etc. To appoint a com mittee for the display of fire-works and arrange for this display. To sup ervise the securing of moving pictures, see that they are on hand and havo the proper personnel for operation. Publictty committee Army: Ser-. geant Horn k. Navy: Ensign Cannon. Duties (I) To secure advertising for the program. (2) To have printed and distributed such papers and post ers as are necessary. (3) To supply the newspapers with such articles as are deemed suitable for this purpose. (4) To canvass and secure prizes for the different events from the mer chants of rnsaco' list of these events to be furnished by the athleu; committee. . Athletic committee Army: Lieut. Bennett and Mr. Dodson. Navy: Ma chinist Roberts. hip yards: Mr. Le Cross and Mr. Rogers. Duties -(1) They must decide and publish events. (2) They must see that all entries are in at the designat ed time. (3) 1Zey must give the list of events and. entries to the publicity committee a3 soon as listed. (4) They must arrange for starters and judges and see that these starters and judges are notified at the time they are re quired to be present. (5) After a. con ference with the finance committee, entertainment committee and publici ty committee, to secure badges for of ficials and participants. (6) They must " see that all entries are present at the time of the events. (7) They must see that all athletic equipments are on hand. (8) They must see that the grounds are in proper order. (9) They must secure from the publicity committee a list of prizes to be award ed for each event and secure from the publicity committee the orders for the prizes so that same can be deliver- to the winners after each event. nO) They must arrange for the neces sary guards and guides to handle the crowds and keep same off the athletic field at the time of the events. (11) They must aid the construction com mittee in the constructing of the quar ter mile cinder track. (12) Consult with the construction committee on the necessary alterations to the box ing platform and see that same is put in order for use. (13) To secure the necessary floats for the use of swimmers and to lay off the course for swimmers. (14) To secure a patrol boat to patrol the course of swimmers. Finance committee Army: I4eut. Hogge. ; Navy: Ensign Stlckley. Ship yard: Mr. Crenshaw. ; Duties (1) They must acquaint themselves with the amount of money each branch is allowed, to spend. (2) They must OK all expenditures made before bills are contracted. (3) They 'must attend to all bills arising from contracts made by the several com mittees according to their approved authority. (4) They must determine .the advice with the executive com mittee as to the proportion of these expenditures. (5) They must wait on the various societies and organiza tions, acquainting themselves with th nations these organizations desire tJ mfke. " - ! musical committee Army: Mr Trox well. Ship yard: Mr.-Crenshaw. Duties (1) They must secure from the ship yard one orchestra for the evening entertainment. Refreshment, , committee Lieut. Conway is detailed as a committee of one to secure the refreshments re quired for the enlisted and commis sioned personnel from the "War Camp Community Service, Red Cross, and other organizations and to have them form committees of ladies from these organzatlons for this purpose. 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