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Title: Tyndall target
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Language: English
Creator: Tyndall Air Force Base (Fla.)
Publisher: Public Relations Office, Air Corps Gunnery School
Place of Publication: Tyndall Field Fla
Publication Date: 1942-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 16, 1942)-
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Vol. 1 No. 46 Army Air Forces Gunnery School, Tyndall Field, Fla., Dec. 12, 1942


VOTE TODAY FOR "MISS


LT. COL. RANDOLPH TO ASSUME DUTIES AS
OPERATIONS EXEC UPON COLONEL'S RETURN
Lt. Colonel Jack L. Randolph, whc
arrived at Tyndall this week from the
Columbus, Mississippi, Flying School,
has been assigned as the new Post Op-
erations Executive. He will assume
that duty upon the return of Colonel
Warren A. Maxwell. Since his arrival
here, Lt. Col. Randolph has been act-
ing-Post Commander in Colonel Maxwell's
absence.
The Field's new Lt. Colonel is a na-
tive of Oregon. He is thirty-four
years old, and rose to his present
rank from that of a private over a six
year period. He is a rated pilot and
combat observer.

"TARGET" FLASHES

S NEW HOURS FOR POST LIBRARY ANNOUNCED
9:00 A.M. 10:00 P.M. ON WEEKDAYS
1:00 P.M. 10:00 P.M. ON SUNDAYS

LATE SATURDAY NITE SHOW TO BE
"TRIED OUT" BY POST THEATRE
TONITE 11:00 P.M. ADDED FEATURE,
"Football Thrills of '41"

CAMEL CARAVAN SHOW HERE MONDAY NITE,
DECEMBER 14TH, POST THEATRE
TWO SHOWS 6:50 P.M. and 8:30 P.M.

NEXT CAMEL SHOW WILL BE HERE MONDAY,
DECEMBER 28TH

S/SGT. STEPHEN ("LOTHARIO") CULLEN
OF THE "WHITE FLASHES" WALKS DOWN
THE "AISLE" TONITE. CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE BRIDE AND GROQMI


TYNDALL FIELD"


ENLISTED MEN ONLY ARE ELIGIBLE TO CAST
BALLOT IN "TARGET" SPONSORED CONTEST
There'll be no taxis waiting to
take you to the polls, fellas, but
every effort will be made to facilitate
the voting in the "Miss Tyndall Field"
contest which begins today. For the
men who will find it inconvenient to
reach the ballot boxes, the first ser-
geants of each squadron have been asked
to appoint either their squadron re-
porter or their mail clerk to receive
all ballots and turn them in to the
"TARGET".
Ballot boxes will be found at both
the Main and Line Exchanges, at the
Post Theatre and at Post Headquarters.
Extra ballots will be distributed to
the squadrons, but the men are again
reminded to vote only once each week.
Signatures on ballots will be careful-
ly checked against squadron rosters.
Voters are also cautioned against
"persuasion" by first sergeants to
vote for certain candidates. All that
is asked is that you vote for the girl
whom you think most deserves the title
"Miss Tyndall Field".
In addition to their photographs in
the *TARGET", 4"x6" portraits of each
week's candidates will be displayed
near the ballot box in the soda foun-
tain department of the Main Exchange.
Candidates entered thus far are:
Misses Kitty Safar, Gertrude Spradley,
Pauline McLain, Ruby Carswell, Evaa
Atkinson, Josephine Grimsley, Dorothy
Stutts, Polly Wyant, Alma Cathrall,
Jeanne McKelvin, Lois Carlos, Anita


(Continued on SPORTS page)










MR. BEANS KICK-ITIS

Some people get tonsilitis, some get appendicitis, and some "queer eggs" get
Kick-itis. If you have tonsilitis, it will give you a pain in the throat. If
you have appendicitis, it will give you a pain in the abdomen. If you have Kick-
itis, YOU will give everybody else a pain in the neck.

"There is a crack in everything that God made," said Emerson, and we know
another fact to be equally true -some people see only the cracks and nothing else.

When Mr. Beans Kick-itis finds a fault in something or in somebody it makes
him happy. If he had to admit that something is just right, he wouldbe dis-
appointed, and feel very unhappy because then he would have nothing to criticize,
nothing to complain about -- and nothing to talk about.

Let a group of enthusiastic men try to do something constructive -- Beans
Kick-itis will throw cold water on it by dragging out suspicion, doubts and pes-
simism, It gives him joy, some queer kind of pleasure, and a sense of importance
to do it. He will not "pitch in" with you, but pitch at you and your ideas.

"So-and-so's a swell guy, isn't he? He's got lots on the ball. Swell char-
acter. Fine personality."
"Aw nuts," croaks Bean Kick-itis. "Guys like that may look good from a dis-
tance but look at him closely -- he's only a hand-shaker and a back-slapper."


Beans Kick-itis never meets a man half-way,
anything, never gives you a fair break. Like an
loves" to pick flaws (not flowers) in characters.
be happy even in heaven, (if he ever gets there)
to kick about.


never gives anyone credit for
old hen (old maid) he "simply
Poor Beans Kick-itis, he won't
because he won't find anything


Cure for Kick-itis
1) Constant cheerfulness don't be afraid to smile and make others smile.
2) Learn to see the good points in people's characters -- everybody has
many of them. Remember, only one Person was perfect, and He died on the Cross.



Chapel $eruits


A.M ...... .... ........... Mass
A.M...Protestant Sunday School
A.M...Mass- Recruit Detachment
A.M.........Protestant Worship
A.M.......................Mass
P.M....Colored Worship Service
P.M....Recruit Worship Service
P.M............Evening Worship


P.M. .......................Mass
P.M..........Instruction Class
P.M.............Fellowship Club


WEDNESDAY
6:30 A.M........... .......... Mass
12s30 P.M.........Noon-Day Devotions
6s30 P.M..Catholic Novena Devotions
7:00 P.M...........Protestant Choir
THURSDAY
6s30 A.M.......................Mass
6s30 P.M..........Instruction Class
FRIDAY
6 -s30 A.M ...................... Mass
6:00 P.M............ Jewish Service
SATURDAY
6s30 A.M......... .............. Mass
6130 P.M................Confessions


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SUNDAY

9:00
9:15
10:00
11S15
2:00
3$00
7:00

TUESDAY
TOO
6:30
7:00













Lt. Walter J. McKinsey, one of our
leading "desk pilots", went out for tar-
get practice last week and helped some-
one else get a high score. He was shoot-
ing at the wrong "target"...Lt. Col.
Jack Randolph came to Tyndall on Wednes-
day, and since we're not sure which po-
sition will be his upon the return of
Col. Maxwell-we can't tell you any more,
except that he became the acting-Field
C.O. on his arrival...And then there was
the sergeant who called us and asked,
"who is the Commanding Officer today?...
Lt. Berg strolled downthe line the other
day to take up a plane on a routine fir-
ing mission. He saw two "G.I.'s in the
rear of his plane, waved to them, got in
the front cock-pit and took off. Ap-
proaching the target, he gave the signal
to commence firing. No action. He turn-
ed to his passengers and pointed to the
target. His passengers waved back at
him quite pleasantly. Once more he ap-
proached the target and waved his hand
in that direction, and once more he was
greeted with a courteous wave on the
partof his passengers. Lt. Berg brought
his plane down and angrily turned to the
two "G.I.'s" and demanded an explanation.
"No ammunition," said one, and when Lt.
Berg politely informed them that gunners
took care of their own ammunition, the
other replied, "but we're only recruits
and someone said that if we came down
here we'd be able to get a ride"...And
who is it that Lt. "My nerve!" Fargos is
always imagining himself engaged to?....
Mr. Howell intends to leave soon on one
of his many leaves. Incidentally, now
that his "kid" brother was recently com-
missioned a Lt. down at Miami, Mr. How-
ell is the lowest ranking member of the
Howell family. (Which includes one Col-
onel that we know of)...Fourth Communi-
cations welcomes its new C.O., Lt. Wim.
H. Stephans...The non-coma over at Mess
#1 were non-plussed when they saw three
of the Field's four Lt. Colonels dining
there the other noon...And what's this
about the B.O.Q. going to the dogs in a
bigger than ever wayl...Lil Nell Smith
told us the one about the colored Mammy
who, when asked where her son in the ser-
vice was, replied, "He's at Hallelujah,
30 miles from the Pearly Gates...We know
when to stop.


S/Sgt. Bagwell took Personnel's Louise
Solomons out on a date and he returned
to the Field minus his "silver wings".
"Routine flight" must have been Bagwell's
comment...Then there's the member of the
"Buzz Bugs" (4th Communications to you
furriners) who, after listening all af-
ternoon to an instructor's advice about
"It's always an empty gun that kills a
person, never a loaded one," visited one
of P.C.'s shooting galleries. When his
firearm refused to go off, he placed his
finger across the muzzle of the gun in
an attempt to set the trigger off; he
was successful, but it almost cost him a
finger- which goes to show you that an
instructor should be listened to, for he
may be right...And Sgt. "Hair-Trigger"
Dugan of the "cloud Hoppers" has taken
to shooting tommy-guns instead of the
well-known bull...Pfc. Mabel and Pvt.
Himmelfarb went "dined out" at one of
the P.C.'s drug stores the other night.
They used the occasion to try out their
"lines" on the junior-misses who are em-
ployed as waitresses. "We're a hit!"
they exclaimed, as they received their
orders in record time...Sgt. Sam Schun,
able "Zebras" reporter and D.T. ins-
tructor, has left us for a course at the
new Ft. Myers school...The P. C. News
Herald carried a story in its "Our Town"
column concerning the difficulties that
the civilian population has in obtaining
food. It hinted that week-end chow at
Tyndall would be the thing. Needless to
say, the item raised several eyebrows...
S/Sgt. Foster of Signal, after twenty
months of service, has finally taken off
on his first furlough. Someone should
have gone along with him- things have
changed these past twenty months...Ken
Stitt, former Ist/Sgt. of the "Redbirds"
just received his gold bars...Somewhere,
a Tyndall man is wearing a halo. This
particular fugitive from Diogenes recei-
ved $5.00 too much in change after a PX
purchase- and returned it. All of it...
The Yardbird writes that he will be
ready for his first "solo" shortly...And
the Personnel Section is planning on
having its own Christmas party. S/Sgt.
Reginald McKaig will have the leading
role...H.Q.'s "Ace" Barrette is back from
furlough- married. You could almost feel
him "take over". 4e. 7Z/t^


"BUY WAR BONDS --- TOP THAT 10% BY NEW YEAR'Sl"







TYNDALL


Published every Saturday by the Special Service Section, AAFGS, -.-' 11 Field, Fla.


SPECIAL SERVICE OFFICER
Lt. Nicholas N. Zemo


DEPARTMENT OF TRAINING
REPRODUCTION STAFF
MiSgt. Woodrow W. Busby
S/Sgt. Henry D. Vest
Corp. Francis Churchill
Sgt. John Webster
Sgt. James Montgomery
Corp. Roger Keough
Pfc. Price Terry
Pfc. John Marsick
Pfc. Everett Tackett
Pfc. A. A. Loudis


COMMANDING
Col. W. A. Maxwell

COLUMNISTS
The "Yardbird"
(A/C Billy Grout)
and
The "Taler"

ART WORK
S/Sgt. Oral Ledbetter
Pvt. Marshall Goodman


:ITOR
OgC A Anold Milgaten

ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Sgt. Saul Samiof

NEWS EDITOR
Corp. James Freeman

PHOTOGRAPHIC OFFICER
Lt. Joseph A. Dickerman

PHOTOGRAPHIC STAFF
S/Sgt. William Castle
S/Sgt. John Mitchell
Corp. Silas Upchurch


TYNDA:
A corporal whom we consider a very
good friend of ours approached us the
other day and asked if we wrote the
"editorials" in the "TARGET". Ready
for anything, we replied, "yes". Well,
instead of giving us an "eating out",
it seems that he wanted us to share in
the pleasure of a recent discovery of
his.
He had just returned from the second
of two trips to the Field's Dental
Clinic, where he haa some very in-
tricate work done on his "molars". He
couldn't quite contain his enthusiasm
as he related how, on both occasions,
from two different dental officers, he
received expert and painless attention.
From what we could gather, the cor-
poral's greatest amazement was at the
discovery that such service was avail-
able on the Field. If uuch is the
case, then there mustbe many more Tyn-
dall G.I.'s who probably don't know
that they have, within "walking" dis-
tance, the best there is in dental
service- and all for free.
We didn't learn the "hard way" about
our "drillers"- but we did let one at
Eglin work on us last year. He gave
us the most painless yanking we've


LL TOPICS
ever had, and since then we've always
had a warm spot in our hearts for Army
dentists.
We're almost looking forward to our
first tooth-ache at Tyndall.

We've been receiving quite a few
letters for our "Suggestion Box" but
the sudden increase in the quantity of
the "Squadron Scribblings" has taken
up most of the available space in the
past few issues, and we've been unable
to print as many as we'd like to. The
last two issues of the "TARGET" con-
tained sixteen pages, which is the
largest we've ever put out- and we
still had morb material that merited
publication.
This increase in size, and the fact
that one of our staff of three was away
on furlough has been responsible for
the "TARGET" reaching you several days
late during the past month. From now
on, we see no reason why it shouldn't
"reach the newsstands" on Saturdays.
Occasionally, of course, the Repro-
duction Dept. may find itself filled
up with "rush" orders, and this may
delay the "TARGET"--- But remember,
gentle readers, "C'est la guerre"I


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"GUARDIANS"
We wish to welcome Lts. Preston and
Philpot to the squadron. Lt. Preston is
to assume duties as Assistant Provost
Marshall and Lt. Philpot is our new sup-
ply officer.
The day room looks like Grand Central
Station with the new furniture, or per-
haps the impression is gained because of
S the great number of pretty gals that
come there to be finger-printed and
S "mugged".
' Our basketball team is getting a lit-
tle practice in between guard shifts....
Pvt. Lake looks like a comer....Our Bond


sales are soaring and most of
for our showing should go to
tongued salesman, Sgt. Paul
Keep up the buying, boys, and
have the Axis crying!
Most of the boys returning
lough are walking around with
"Buster Keaton". Can it be


the credit
our glib-
Hamilton.
we'll soon

from fur-
faces a la
that their


sadness is due to the return itinerary?
SURPRISE OF THE WEEKs No "Guardian"
tripped to the altar this past week. Dan
Cupid must be slipping...Pfc. Diaz went
on his first binge and now his hat won't
fit his head. He's suffering from "Pink
Elephantitis".
They're calling Sgt. Beidel and T/5
Turner the "Mechanized Armorer" and the
"Mechanized C.Q." respectively...Pvt. W.
S. Mitchell is still bereaving the loss
* of two "Iron Men" which he placed on
the nose of Georgia Tech...And the Guard
Happy boys are now wondering if the P.X.
girls are admfting them because of their
garrison hats or the coming "Miss Tyn-
dall Field" contest?...Sgt. Hammonds re-
cently sent a telegram to a miss from-
Alabama- supposedly 200 words long. I
guess where love is concerned, the purse
is blind.
In conclusion, we want to know who
started the phrase, "Whoop, they found
the body"? -Cpl. Sam Marotta

"BROWNIES"
After looking at some of the Day
Rooms on the Field, there is a whale of
a job for someone to do on ours. If
anyone has any suggestions as to what
could be done, let's hear about it.
A mural painting would do the trick.
The squadron lost one of its old, old
timers this week. Sgt. Harry Walker


left us under sealed orders and we all
wish him the best of luck wherever he
may be.
During the past week, there have been
so many whistles between the hours of
5 A.M. and 8 A.M., that one of our
brighter-lights has suggested that we
have them colored so that they may be
easily distinguished.
Here's hoping that Sgt. Rickert has
a Merry Christmas in Hollywood. Do you
still want that Furlough, Al?
It is requested by the Post Office
that you please pick up your Christmas
packages early. For your benefit they
are staying open until 9 P.M. every
night so that you will be sure to get
your gifts. Let's help them out by
calling for them as quickly as possible.
Ever since S/Sgt. "Pappy" Furr has
been using S/Sgt. McIntosh's car, there
is no holding the old boy---what do you
say "Pap"?
We have never seen Cpl. Hakeem in such
a happier-snappier mood---could it be
that he still believes two can live as
cheaply as one? -Cpl. J.J. Freeman

r y "CANARIES"
Everyone appeared to have enjoyed him-
self at the squadron party. Sgt. Roths-
child did himself quite proud in urging
the men to take part in the many sports
activities on the Field.
The boys were honored and all agog
over the presence of our Engineer Offi-
cer's charming three-months old daughter
who dropped in to say "hello". We trust
she approved of us...Rumors are around
that Sgt. Esposito is having furlough
trouble. He has our sympathy...S/Sgt.
Ragland has purchased a new alarm clock.
...Sgts. Rountree, Monari and Young are
considering severing ties with this out-
fit. We certainly will miss them.
"And a little child shall lead them,"
murmured S/Sgt. Leach last Friday nite,-
I wonder why?...Since Saturday's inspec-
tion, Barracks #3 has been buying a quan-
tity of blitz cloth. We suggest that
the skipper wear dark glasses when next
inspecting that Barracks.
With the hope that Cpl. Frady's pre-
flight on the typewriter proved satis-
factory, we close this chatter for a-
nother week. -T/Sgt. Fishbaugh
P.S. -Pfc. Wells dislikes Marines (?).








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"MEDICWOES"
C pl. Maxwell and Pvt. Fanning will
give a second thought before accepting a
"free" ride again. After they had en-
joyed a nice lift the other day they
thanked the driver, but much to their
surprise he piped up, "Thanks!, this is
a taxi, soldiers. That will cost you
two bits."
We were a bit startled to see the bus-
ses come our way, but now that we see
them run on schedule down here every
night we find that it is appreciated.
The Post Transportation Officer and the
Panama City Transit Company deserve a
vote of thanks.
Red "The Flame" Tarr has left us for a
few weeks to attend the Flight Surgeon's
Assistant School at Randolph Field. His
duties as A. & R. representative are
taken over by Pfc. Senkinc.
The hospital staff welcomes the addi-
tion of Capts. E.E. Hammonds and Leon
Schultz.
Capt. Gaston almost pulled "Regula-
tions" on Sgt. Terrell the other day,
but he had a second look at the suit of
whites he was wearing and decided that
it wasn't a zoot suit.
We wonder if Cpl. Glenn scored a few
hits on that deer hunt recently? Or was
it a dear hunt, Glenn?
Sgt. "G.I." Cherney is continuing to
follow the precedent established by a
former colleague.
S/Sgt. Labry found out why the barbers
of Atlanta laugh when a soldier asks for
a haircut.
-Sgt. Charles Laubly

"SIGNALIERS"
V/elcome to Tyndall, Lts. Rodel, Meek,
and Noble. We hope you enjoy your stay
at Tyndall, and the best of luck in your
work.
At long last Staff Sergeant Foster has
taken off on furlough. He has been in
the Army twenty months, and this, be-
lieve it or not, is his first furlough.
Foster, you have a pile of lost time to
make up. "Danny" Blumer left for New
York after a great deal of worrying about
bus and train schedules. He looked very
worried over the week-end, but blossom-
ed out with a broad grin when things
finally turned out the way he had hoped
they would.
The Misses Monk, and Hunter are repre-
senting the Signal Office in the contest


to pick "Miss Tyndall Field". The Editor
forbids my using the Target for any "com-
mercial plugs" therefore all I can say,
is good luck, and may the best girl win.
It is too bad that we have such a small
Detachment. There are only twenty-seven
votes, and I hate to say it, but you
can't count on all of them.
-Sgt. William M. Hines

"Q.M. QUIPS"
\/e are all glad to note that Pvt. Red
Alford is finally getting over his
Thanksgiving "daze". We hope in the
future that he will be able to get to
bed a little more quietly.
This week's riddle: What girl from
Dothan had a nervous breakdown when a
certain party entered the Quartermaster
Office.
It seems that Sergeant Porter learned
it the hard way, i.e., that three is a
crowd, especially when three are trying
to sit on one seat.
-Pfc. Albert S. Rubin

"RED BIRDS"
The steak supper given us at Mess Hall
No. 1 was a great success. There wasn't
a man who attended that didn't praise
the swell food and drinks that were
served. The morale of the Squadron was
helped plenty by this affair. We wish
to thank Capt. Hinchman, S/Sgt. Murphy,
Sgt. Johnson, Cpl. Bosley and Pvts. Man-
ing Crawford, Moore, Casterair, Dudick,
Leined, Doyle and Miss Lindquist for
making the occasion possible.
S/Sgt. Barney Duda reports that the
sale of War Bonds in the past week was
the greatest yet. Pvt. Cavallaro hit a
new high by purchasing a $100 bond.
Them numbers 7-11 must be doing wonders
for him.
First Sgt. Heidema has left us for a
furlough. Well Sgt., have a good time
but don't forget you told us that you
were going to take a much needed rest.
Pfc. Casey always said he would never
stay up later than 12:00 Midnight. Well
the unexpected happened. He was called
upon to take over the Charge of Quarters
job one night. He still says he would
rather see the sun set than rise. Don't
forget Casey, your in the army now.
-Pfc. Vincent Del Ponte
"BUY WAR BONDS --
TOP THAT 10% BY NEW YEAR'SI"


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L BOILERMAKERSS"
Well, the Finance got generous and paid
off in something other than money when
it presented a Ping Pong table to the
Band; it was fine of them and has given
us a start in organizing our Day Room.
Our Dance Band came thru Monday evening
by giving a fine performance at the USO
Camp Show at the Post Theatre. The boys
never saw the music before but they just
played what was put before them and they
did a fine job.

"STATIC CHASERS"
ours truly is back in circulation
again...Had time to catch up on some
sleep and attend church services over
the week-end.
Pfc. Cannizzaro is off on an extended
X.C., and in coveralls of all things!
Maybe next time he'll remember to take
his class "A" uniform along.
Our new code table has been completed
in the Post Radio School. It is divided
off into individual sections with a set
of keys for each student. Procedure in-
struction is under the able direction of
Sgt. Bradley Berry, who really makes
radio interesting, because of his clear
and complete instructing.
Good luck to the new students who show
a great deal of interest in radio...In-
terest says Lt. Russo, is really the
hardest part of radio. If your interest-
ed you'll find a way to learn!!
We hear Sgt. Wiley sometimes sleeps as
long as fifty minutes onweek-end nights.
Also hear his days on furlough are num-
bered- to be divided between goingto his
homi in High Point, N.C. and St. Louis,
Missouri, where he will visit his uncle's
sister's cousin's, brother, who, in-
cidentally is a good friend of the Sgt.
Sgt. Smith, a very efficient clerk for
Post Communications, has been leading
the class in radio procedure. Sgt. Ber-
ry has one eye on this promising radio
operator and one eye on T/Sgt. MacLaren,
who wants to keep Smith as clerk...Will
let you know which one talks the faster.
-Pfc. James MacLaren

M "69ers" (RUGGED?)
Srs. Karl Snowberger, charming wife of
the Statistical Dept. mainstay, livened
P.C.with her visit here recently. Also,
on the marital front, Pvt. Ernest Harris
last week said "Yes" to a Miss and now
there are two Harris'.
T/Sgt. Stone claims that had he had
another pay day in his jeans, he would


have returned from his leave with an ap-
plication for separate rations...Billy,
our Eagle, is overdue on his AWOL. (Come
home Billy, all is forgiven)....Anybody
have any suggestions for a better name
for our column? Send them in to me and
the one who sends in the best will be
awarded a coke...Most of our men went on
that Chemical Warfare drill, and oh how
they cried!
Sgt. Yancey recently visited Pensacola
and since his return he has taken a lik-
ing to sailors. Wonder why?...And what
was the reason for Cpl. Fout's happy
mood a couple of Saturdays ago?
-Pfc. M. Gould

"ZEBRAS"
JT. Lee is on a well earned, long a-
waited furlough. His shoes are being
capably filled by Acting Ist/Sgt. (10
year Coast Guard man) Clayton.
Prinzbach, the "Personality Boy" is
now running the sugar reports. (Mail Cl-
erk)...Au revoir to Sgts. Albert, Oppert
and Herring who leave for a P.G. instruc-
tor's course at Ft. Myers...No, the day
room is not on fire, it's just the new
paint jobl...Sgt. Chenalhas a legitimate
beef because of his rationed stuff.
Sgt. Blaha got ten packages in seven
days...Flanaganof Supply is haunting the
Ritz box office...Sgt. Fonda is bringing
down a family of three from New York.
-Sgt. Sam Schun

"CLOUD HOPPERS"
/e saw a picture of S/Sgt. Nogulich
dressed in a tux. He was the headwaiter
at the "Greasy Spoon" in Middletown, Pa.
...S/Sgt. Beedy wants to know if S/Sgt.
Guidry wants some transition training...
T/Sgt. "Father Time" Jones is now the
official drill leader. He starts them,
anyway- ..... I guess you can teach an
old dog new tricks. They say he has ta-
ken up jitterbugging, jumping as tho he
had fluid drive in his joints.
We all wish S/Sgt. Banks the best of
luck on his recent marriage. (Also on
the newly married list is pure little
me). (Congratulations, Ed- from this
Ed)...S/Sgt. "Crash" Bagwell claims he
didn't get the "brakes" on the line, es-
pecially when brakes were dragging.
Sergeants Childers and Clear will miss
the B-17; and now that they have normal
sleeping hours there's no excuse for com-
ing home late...I wonder how much slt/
Sgt. Kelly "cleared" on that Georgia U.
victory? -Pfc. Ed Strong







SYARDBIRD'S
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sp NON-COM'S
OFFICER'S


GENERALs (5 points each)
1. What English author is frequently
referred to as G.B.S.?
2. Give within ten years, the date
Washington became the capitol of the
United States?
3. What kind of rook is woven into
cloth?
4. What has become of the Leviathan,
former flagship of the United States
Lines?

GEOGRAPHYt (5 points each)
1. Whit is a Fjord?
2. What is the capital Eire (Irish
Free State)?
3. In what general section of the
United Stateswas land acquired through
the "Gadsden Purchase"?
4. What is the largest city in Can-
ada?


SPORTSs (5 points each)
1. What name is ured to designate
the rower (a) nearest to and (b) far-
thest from the coxswain of an eight
oared shell?
2. Did either the American or Nat-
ional League batting champion of 1942
play in this years World Series?
3. Name the two kinds of 'ouls which
occur in basketball?
4. Who succeeded Jess Willard as
world's heavy-weight boxing champion?

ARMY HISTORYs (5 points each)
1. What American General met defeat,
losing every man, before Sitting Bull
at Little Big Horn?
2. Who were the opposing generals at
the Battle of Gettysburg?
3. Where did Washington assume com-
mand of the American Army, July 3, 1775?


1. James Montgomery 2lagg.
Howard Chandler Christy.
Charles Dana Gibson.
Harrison Fisher.

4. John Masefield.
Robert Bridges.
William Wordsworth.
Alfred Austin.


HAVE THE FOLLOWING IN COMMON?
(4 points each)
2. John Roach.
Bill Cook.
Shorty Green.
Billy Burch.


5. Leopold Stokowski.
Arthur Bodansky.
Walter Damrosch.
Serge Koussevitzky.


3. John Tyler.
Rutherford Hayes.
Chester Arthur.
Franklin Pierce.

6. Alec Templeton.
Percy Grainger.
Harold Bauer.
Rudolph Ganz.


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RED E CROSS
Welcome to Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Barrow,
Mrs. Symons, andMrs. Lasker, newcomers
to our Monday afternoon meetings. A
cordial invitation is extended to all
Army wives to come in and knit, or
learn to knit from one of several in-
structors. There are still plenty of
Navy scarfs to be completed for the
present quota, and they're lots of fun
and very easy to work on.
The Surgical Dressings class, under
the competent instruction of Mrs. Hin-
chman, is proud of their record this
past week. At the Monday morning meet-
ing, 500 dressings were completed by
this group. This is the highest num-
ber made at one meeting to date. But
that record should be increased, and
can be, easily, if more people will
contribute a small part of their time.
The work is easy and gives everyone an
opportunity for meeting old friends
and new. We want to urge everyone to
come to the Red Cross Headquarters on
Monday mornings from 9 to 12, and give
what time you can to a very valuable
part of the Red Cross program.


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BOWLING NEWS
The climax of the bowling tournament
was a delicious luncheon at Mrs. Max-
well's home. The food was furnished
by the losing teams, and the winning
team, namely Mrs. Bryan, Mrs. Maxwell,
Mrs. Detreville, Mrs. Barbour, and Mrs.
Smith, were presented with prizes of
defense stamps. Reluctant farewells
were made to Mrs. Thorpe, the retiring
chairman, who has been transferred to
another post.
At the business meeting following
the luncheon, new officers and captains
were elected, and new teams drawn out
of a hat. The chairman Mrs. Wilson,
co-chairman -Mrs. Hinchman, secretary-
treasurer Mrs. Detreville, co-sec-
retary Mrs. Smith.


Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.

Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.

Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.

Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.


THE TEAMS ARE
Maxwell (C)
Wilson
Smith
Weis

Berner (C)
Schrock
Gibson
Russo

Eades (C)
Graham
Silva
Long


AS FOLLOWSt
Mrs. Wiseman (C)
Mrs. Sommervell
Mrs. Hinchman
Mrs. Symons


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SUBSTITUTES:
Wilkinson Mrs.
Rawson Mrs.
Singleton Mrs.
Barrows Mrs.
Joy Mrs.


Wilkins (C)
Detreville
Barbour
Hearn


Brua
Bryan
Bristle
Howell


Youngberg
Fox
Boucher
Lasker
Mitchell


Shhh! Strictly Confidential
What lucky officer's wife bought a pair of NYLON hose, and wherel???***Mrs. Myers
walking, and not because of gas rationing***A thrill in store for the officer's
wives when they see their husbands in review on Sunday***Listen to Mrs. Price
singing on the Tyndall Field Rhythm Revue every Tuesday at 7:00 P.M.***Mrs. Silva
and Mrs. Russo giving out with sweet harmony on Christmas Carols, above the hum-
mingof sewing machines at Red Cross***Horticulturing at Beacon Beach, Mrs. Brua's
green grass, Mrs. Long's banana tree, Mrs..Hyndman's "very hot" red peppers***
First day after gas rationing, Mrs. Eades huffing and puffing from her bicycle
trip to town***Mrs. Lasker finding relief from a local hotel, housekeeping at the
Carnahan's, while the latter are away on detached service***FLASHI Bright RED
pajamas on MacArthur***Officers' wives seen "Hullabalooing" on Monday night. ^







The Yardbird SEZ
The ole Yardbird is feeling a littel better than purty t,:2 rite now. uv coarse
its kind uv chilly whin the win starts a whuppin around an themes boys are sort uv
combindin in there ackshuns towurds me an evurtime I gits a '-,. .r',Lam half way
rolled a bell rings an i has ter hussle an ma gurl wrote me fur the fust time in
tuw months a tellin me that whut she wanted fur Crismus wuI on pB e aity wun in
the Seers Robuk cattulog. It wuz a big box full uv drawurs with looking glasses
an a speshul binch ter set on an only cost a under an fawty nine dollars an niny
ait cints. Now iff'n they wuz ter sind the purty gurl whut wuz setting on the
binch primpin all undressed up so apealin i mite konsidur b. -In it-----fur ma own
use, but like it stands I reckin Scarmelia is going ter be di: -' ;id whin she
jest gits a pitcher uv self without all them medula on a:-, coeI whut i bin
S braggin aboot.
- I is bin doin arite smart bit uv flyin or rathur i awt ter say instrukter is
bin doin it. These instrukters is mity narrered minded pe' Wihin i starts
ter do a flip the air plain starts spinnin purty rapid an wh;: fergits which
way home is an whin i land an use jest wun wheel an a wfr. a wa we is practis-
in forsed landins an i cuts off the switch instid uv the tb, i- t aboot fifty
* feet ovur nothing but ruff country, they sho do git irritated c-nsidrabul. i jest
tells thim not to wurry on account uv we is both got lots u i:huranse an there
is a gud fifty fifty change that we will cum ot alive but th- keps right on a
frettin. Well, I reckin i'd better be agoin----------The Yardb rd (/%'-. 1)


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TYNDALL SPORT SLANTS
The enlisted men still seem to rule
the roost at Tyndall as far as sports
activities are concerned. Down at the
hospital softball diamond last Satur-
day, the E.M.'s batted their way to a
7-4 victory over the Officers. While
Cpl. Maxwell (no relation) pitched a
good game, Capt. Dee of the losers
claimed that if the Officers had only
bunted through Senkinc, they would have
had a better score.

Ordnance reports that the Medics
didn't quite make the same showing on
the basketball court as they did on
the diamond. The Ordmen took their
measure last week by a score of 18-12.
"The game was quiet and no arguments
ensued, although the referee quit at
the half. The last half was refereed
by a representative of each team, and
from the score, the Ordnance man was
the bigger of the two."

How the mighty have fallen! The
once haughty Finance bowling "Wizards"
received their second consecutive set-
back of the season on Wednesday when
a groupof curve artists from the "Gun-
ner Makers" took a two out of three.
lst/Sgt. Taylor tells us that M/Sgt.
Dick Underwood dropped out at the
third game and the Finance men put in
Mrs. (S/Sgt.) Bobby Costigan in his
place. (The Finance boys won that ga-
me). Pfc. Louis Kottke turned in the
best scores of the evening for the
"Gunner Makers", with Bresler, Laudis,
Adamec and Craumer also doing well.

"MISS TYNDALL FIELD" (Cont.)
Sorrentino, Jean Huddleston, Marguerite
Wilson, Caroline Crawford, Mabel Silva
and Mary C. McKnight.
Nellie Carter, Carrie Bryant, Mary
H. Monk, Sidney Riley, Edith Hunter,
Louise Solomons, Grace Osment, Lucille
Baggett, Stella Strock, Fay Williams,
Mary Garrett, Evelyn Russ, Mabel Flem-
ing, Kate Nelson, Margaret Cox, Eloise
Nolan, Mrs. Marvel Larsen and Mrs. Dor-
othy Loftin.


"BROWNIES" VARY USUAL MESS HALL PARTY
Last night, the "Brownies" staged
their first mess hall party since their
arrival at Tyndall. Having observed
the successes of the parties given by
other squadrons, the "Brownies" deter-
minedto give their boys the same, with
a little extra added.
The chief purpose of the party was
to get all the boys together at one
time, and for a few hours forget their
routine duties and relax- with enter-
tainment, brew and steaks.
Under the supervision of Lt. Lyman,
the Squadron Adjutant, the members of
the arrangement committee, headed by
let/Sgt. Barbier and Cpl. Jimmy Free-
man, really cooked up a grand affair.
In addition to the foodstuffs, there
were the lilting hill-billy songs as
only Pfc. Coveleski and Pvt. Semonkos-
ki (harmonic and guitar, respectively)
could render them.
The boys were extremely grateful to
Captain Hinchman and his staff, (es-
pecially the mess hall staff) for their
important part in the party's success.
Guests of honor were Captain and
Mrs. Burkhart, Captain Hinchman, Lt.
and Mrs. Reid, Lt. Lasker, Lt. Blair,
Lt. and Mrs. Boulduc, Lt. Mdcinsey and
Lt. Tracey. Lt. Lyman was the Master
of Ceremonies for the evening.

ANSWERS TO ?????
GENERALs George Bernard Shaw; 1800;
Asbestos; Sold to a British Company
for scrap in 1938.
SPORTSs (a) Stroke, (b) Bow; No;
Technical and Personal; William Har-
rison "Jack" Dempsey.
GEOGRAPHYs A long narrow arm of the
sea between high cliffs, as in Norway;
Dublin; Southwest; Montreal.
ARMY HISTORY: George Custer; Robert
G. Meade and Robert E. Lee; Cambridge,
Mass.
WHAT HAVE THE FOLLOWING IN COMMONs
1. Illustrators; 2. Hockey players;
3. Former Presidents of the United
States; 4. Poet-Laureates of England;
5. Symphony orchestra conductors; 6.
Concert pianists.


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S"" Mary: "Bob was just burning to get
fresh last night."
Emma: "And what did you do?"
Mary: "I put him out!"


"Everybody is crazy over me," said the
inmate of the first floor of the in-
sane asylum.


SHe (asking a riddle): "Why is it you
have so many friends?"
"MAI"FUNCTION SAYS,'WE DIDN'T BUY THESE GUNS FOR A DANCE h "I "
OR A SONG SO DON'T BE A JERK AND- ASSEMBLE 'EM WRONG." She give up.

Army interviewers (Making up inductee's
record. "What nationality are you?" Not a necker:
Inductee: "Half Scotch." Not a petter;
Interviewer: "And the other half?" Now I wish
Inductee: "Soda." I'd never met 'er.






SUGGESTION BOX
Dear Editor,
Possibly my few words may never reach
print, but I have at least one sugges-
tion that, in my opinion would improve
the appearance of the Field.
That is, to discontinue the practice
of carelessly tossing cigarette butts
and matches over the grounds. After
all it's so very easy upon finishing a
cigarette to simply rip same down the
middle, scatter the shreds and roll the
paper between the thumb and index fin-
ger- all in about two seconds.
As for matches, when a match is
struck the box is always closer to the
person who struck it than is the ground.
At Fort Bragg (unless the new Army
has changed things around) the above
is compulsary. They seemed to have an
unwritten rule, "A place for every-
thing and everything in it's place.
That included trash as well as uniforms
and equipment. -Pfc. J. M. MacLaren


F'r~n .CE NOTES ON A USO SHOW

If all the members of the Finance
De- who claim to have sat in the
first row of the show last Monday night
were laid end to end, there would be a
linu stretching outside of the limits
of the SEAAFTC---a and the Southeast
stops just a few feet below Labrador.
t understand it," grinned T/Sgt.
Johnny Farr after the first show, "Best
business we've had in weeks."
"A- and beauty," said Sgt. Joe Cap-
piAilo, "I have been a patron of the
drn'mah for years."
"A for me," said Cpl. Bob Amis, "I
like to sit in the barracks and play a
good rame of checkers. Besides I just
bropae ;'. glasses."
Efvn Sgt. Tom Astle conceded, "It
wasn't Boston, but it was all right."
Al ", :.i; Pvto Balliett hasn't as yet
starK'Ce buying flowers, he looks like
our i:. ';.n stage-door Johnny. -Fl.


POST THEATER


SATURDAY, December 12
"Nightmare"
Brian Donlevy Diana Barrymore
SUNDAY, MONDAY, December 13-14
"Forest Rangers"
Paulette Goddard Fred MacMurray


TUESDAY, Docembier 15
"Sherlock Holmes Secret ea.pou"
Nigel Bruce Basil Ractbone
WEDNESDAY, Decembe.- 16
"'Neath Brooklyn Brid:'e"
ThE East Side Kids


THURSDAY, FRIDAY, Decembe:. 17-18
"Who Done It"
Abbott and Costello


RITZ
SUNDAY, MONDAY, December 13-14
"Desperate Journey"
Errol Flynn Ronald Reagan
TUESDAY, December 15
"Henry Aldrich Editor"
Jimmy Lydon Charlie Smith
WEDNESDAY, December 16
"Smith of Minnesota"
Arline Judge Bruce Smith
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, December 17-18
"Tales of Manhattan"
Rita Hayworth Charles Boyer
SATURDAY, December 19
"Tornado in the Saddle"
Russell Hayden Bob Wills
LATE SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT
"You Can't Escape Forever"
George Brent Brenda Marshall


PANAMA --
SUNDAY, MONDAY, December 13 34
"Th o Postman Didn't Ring
hardad Travis Brenda Joyce

TU'SDIi, December 15
"Yh sneering Ghost"
Milton Berle Brenda Joyce

WEDNESDAY, December 16
"Kathleen"
Shirley Temple

THURSDAY, December 17
'1Kildire's Victory"
Lew Ayres Lionel Barrymore

FRIDAY, SATURDAY, December 18-19
"Rolling Westward"
Don (Red) Barry


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