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Title: Tyndall target
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 27-36 cm.
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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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bay -- Panama City -- Tyndall Air Force Base
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 16, 1942)-
Issuing Body: Issues for May 9, 1942- published by Office of Public Relations, Army Air Forces Gunnery School.
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Drew-- FilTma oiaFiaFeray2,14


Meet Major Fleming

Drew Field's Plans and Train-
ing Officer, Major Wilfrid Flem-
ing, is an officer of widespread
experience. In less than two years
of service, the 37-year-old major
has served under'numerous com-
mands, all in the air corps.
He was a captain in the infan-
try reserve until July 17, 1941;
adjutant of the 3rd Bombardment
Group. Savannah Army Air Base,
til December 9, 1941! Assistant
cretary to Chief of Air Staff,
_ashington, D. C., from Decem-
ber 10, 1941, to September 15,
1942; graduate of G-3 course at
the Command and General Staff
School, Fort Leavenworth, Kan-
sas, from September 19, 1942, to
November 21, 1942; and Assistant
Combat Inspector, Third Air
Force, from December 1, 1942, to
January 8, 1943, when he was
transferred to Drew Field as Base
S-3 Officer.
Major Fleming graduated with
an A.B. degree from Creighton
University, Omaha, Nebraska, and
is the holder of an LL.B. degree
from the Harvard Law School,
Camridge, Massachusetts.
He was an attorney in the of-


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MAJ. WILFRID FLEMING
fice of Solicitor, U. S. Department
of Labor, Washington, D. C., at
the time he was ordered on active
duty to the Savannah Army Air
Base on July 16, 1942.
The major is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph W. Fleming, 4116
Dodge St., Omaha, Nebraska. His
wife, the former Geraldine Gray,
of Windber, Pennsylvania, now
lives at 4508 MacArthur Blvd.,
Washington, D. C.


Hospital Post Exchange Dedicated


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Interceplt


By PFC. DELWYN BAGGET, Sports Editor
With that "never-say-die" spirit, the Interceptors fough an uphill
battle all the way, to stop their taller brothers, the MacDill Fliers, 38-
33, for their fifth straight win in the second half of the Tampa City
Basketball League.
The win was the 14th straight in the City Basketball League and
the 22nd win of the season out of 24 games.
Drew stopped the high-scoring


Col. Melvin B. Asp, Drew Field Post Commander, at the dedi-
cation of the Hospital PX, watches his wife, Mrs. Asp, cut the rib-
bon as members of the Exchange Council look on.


New Hospital P.X.
Formally Opened
By Col. and Mrs. Asp

Colonel and Mrs. Melvin P. Asp
formally opened the. new Post
Exchange No. 9, Wednesday, at
11 a. m. Mrs. Asp, escorted by
Captain Morris I. Porter, Assist-
ant Exchange Officer, formally
cut the jonquil and iris colored
ribbons closing the entrance,
thereby opening to business Drew
Field's newest and loveliest sol-
dier exchange. The jonquil and
iris colored ribbons signified the
colors of the 'Army Air Forces.
Mrs. Asp was presented with a
bouquet of iris and jonquils by
James Lynch, son of Captain J.
M. Lynch.
The new exchange is located
on "D" street in Building No. 10
of the Hospital area. Lt. Col. Jay
F. Gamel, Base Surgeon, express-
ed himself as being very pleased
with the new P.X. Said he: "This
new P.X. will be an excellent
morale builder for the boys in the
hospital, and for the men of the
medical detachment who are
working down here. We are glad
to see this excellent P.X. located
here."
Before the grand opening, the
Drew Field Deep Sleep Eleven
played the Army Air Corps song.


Batle -Seasoned Pilot Named

To Head New Bombardment Group


- Twenty-seven-year-old Major Arkansan is but the prelude to
arry L. Galusha, battle seasoned a story known to few. But behind
ot, has been named to head a the soft speech is a glow, perhaps
ilot, has been named to head a reminiscent of those days on the
newly activated Bombardment Islands, at Java, at New Guinea;
Group at Drew Field. the remembrance that he was one
*Veteran of a year's experience of 25 officers to evacuate the
in the Philippines, Java, Australia Philippines in an obselescent
and New Guinea, Major Galusha army bomber; the time when his
assumes his new duties after hav- squadron was ordered to evacuate
ing served as Operations Officer its Java airdrome in view of an
with a dive bombardment group impending Jap raid. For he and
since December 1, 1942. Lt. "Zeke" Summers took off in
In four short years the young A-24's and, disobeying orders,
Major has risen from the rank of each deposited a 500-pounder on
Second Lieutenant. He w as a Nip ship in Bali harbor. Both
awarded his wings on February ships were sunk. Facing court
1, 1939, at Kelly Field,' and his martial on their return, the flyers
first assignment took him to were decorated instead. Major
Barksdale Field, Louisiana. Octo- Galusha wears the Distinguished
ber, 1941, found him a First Lieu- Flying Cross and.The Silver Star.
tenant at Hunter Field, Georgia. Not long ago at the Officers'
Later, Lt. Galusha went to the Club, Hunter Field, a- grounded
Philippines, Australia, and then Second Lieutenant was boasting
to- Java where he received his of his ability at handling men. "I
captaincy during the early months treat 'em nice and then give 'em
of 1942. hell," he bragged.
-Captain Galusha rose to the The soft, level voice of Major
rank of Major in late 1942 and Galusha interrupted, "I just treat
saw' action in Australia and New 'em nice."
Guinea. From August until De- That's the story of"Harry L.
cember,. 1942, Major Galusha was Galusha, Major, Air Corps, DFC,
en route home from the south- SS and gentleman. No, that's
west Pacific previous to.becoming not quite all. The Major is resid-
Operations Officer with a bomb- ing happily at Clearwater with
ardment group at Hunter Field. his wife, Almaretta, and his two
One'look at'this soft-spoken year old daughter, Paula Anne.


During the inspection which fol-
lowed, they fV1rnished a back-
ground of the original music that
only Drew Field can produce.
The good-looking P.X. girls,
who will work in the new estab-
lishment, all wore jonquils in
their hair, in line with the motif.
Among the officers who partici-
pated in welcoming the soldiers
were Lt. Col. Lawrence H. Smith,
president of the Exchange Coun-
cil, and Lt. Col. Henry C. Floyd,
Major Rex LeFevre, and Captain
John Schneider, members of the
Exchange Council.

Expert Rifle Shot
Gives Exhibition
On Drew Range

"Another potato, please."
No, that wasn't heard in a mess
hall at Drew Field-at least Ken
Beegle didn't say it there.
He was on the Drew rifle range,
and was speaking to his wife. She
tossed up the potato, and as a
large gathering of soldiers
watched, he smashed it with a
single high-powered rifle shot.
He smashed cabbage, oranges,
grapefruit, squash, and what have
you, in a separate sequence with
different guns-just to give the
Drew soldiers an idea of how a
simple thing like a bullet works
when it has a man and a gun be-
hind it.
Using 13 types of guns and a
.38-calibre revolver, Beegle, with
Mrs. Beegle, gave a special dem-
onstration of ammunition to
Drew soldiers Thursday, Friday
and Saturday of this week. Rep-
resenting DuPonts Remington
and Peters powder and projec-
tiles, his demonstration, both edu-
cational and entertaining, won
wide applause from the soldiers
who watched.
Some Special Stunts
It's duck soup for Beegle to
burst three targets tossed up at
once by his wife, or to pop moth
balls or small washers hurled
high. He doesn't brag about shoot-
ing two targets at once, one sta-
tionary and another swinging.
And the mirror aiming isn't any-
thing, either, he says.
However, he admits that it took
some time to shape up this stunt.
He holds a shotgun shell in his
teeth. Mrs. Beegle holds the shot-
gun. Beegle tosses a target high,
his wife tosses the gun to him,
he whips the shell into the gun,
aims, and blasts the target before
it can hit the ground!
Another fast feat, an ace of co-
ordination of muscles, is the one
where he shoots a tossed target,
points the gun skyward to eject
an empty shell then turning his
gun downward again, blasts the
empty cartridge before it can
touch the ground. He does this
not only once, but five times, the

limit of the gun's magazine.
And with a .22-calibre rifle,
(Continued on Page 2)


Sing, Soldier, Sing;
On Marches, Hikes
And Drills, Sing

"Cadence-COUNT"..
That command, popular every-
where, will drop some of its pop-
ularity in a new move for more
-and better -cadence in the
Army.
Instead, you may hear:
"Pass the Ammunition-SING!"
or a similar command by the drill
sergeant.
Everywhere in U. S. Army
camps, a general trend is toward
SINGING. Soldiers CAN sing, and
WANT to sing, so wise company
commanders are giving them a
chance to swing out with good
old solid American songs.
Drew Field officers are not only
sanctioning a soldier's right to
express himself in song; they are
ENCOURAGING it. On marches,
hikes, to and from the drill field,
and in the day rooms, soldiers are
cultivating their lungs, cadence,
and morale by singing--loudly
and with gusto.
There's something about a sing-
ing soldier, or soldiers. And it's
something the Army needs. So:
SING, SOLDIER, SING!


Fliers cold by simply outplaying
them, although they were handi-
capped by the height of their op-
ponents in waging a hard-fought
battle all the way.
SEvery member of the Drew
team was outstanding in the win,
with Roland Hall leading the
scoring attack with 14 points.
Peyton Horton and John Fowler
each garnered eight apiece along
with Petraitis with seven.
The guarding of John Cassidy,
Fox and Messing were outstand-
ing on defense, playing a whale
of a floor game.
The win was the third straight
over the MacDill five.
The line-ups:
MacDill (33) g f tp
Ciesla, f 4 1 9
Henry, f 0 3 3
Grubb, f 1 0 2
Huntley, c 0 0 0
McKinney, c 2 0 4
Kaveny, g 2 0 4
Sholtz, g 3 3 9
Harper, g 1 0 2


Warner Bros. Representative Here.


.. .sas ,
Capt. Joseph Schreck, seen greeting Mr. apd Mrs. Mort Blumen-
stock .representatives of Warner Bros. Pictures, who arrived in
Tampa to make arrangements for the premiere of "Air Force,"
Warner picture, most of which was filmed at Drew Field. "Air
Force" will be shown in Tampa beginning March 11.


rs Win Over MacDill; 38-33;

Take Undisputed League Lead


TOTALS
Drew (38)
Fowler, f
Petraitis, f
Messing, f.
Fox, f
Hall, c
Horton, g
Cassidy, g
TOTALS


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Friday, February 26. -1943


Drew Field, Tampa, Florida


Published Every Friday


VoL. 1, No. 51


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Drew Men Using Expert Rifle Shot
Base Library (Continued from Page 1)
Facilities Fully during the demonstration, he
snips pieces of chalk from be-
Thousands of Drew Field men tween the fingers of Mrs. Beegle,
are utilizing some part of their standing more than 20 feet away.
Of course, all this ability with
leisure time reading good books the gun is not inherent-it is the
and factual magazines, according result of practically a lifetime of
to Miss Eulah Mae Snider, Base shooting for Beegle. For 19 years
Librarian. he has been with the same am-
ore than 12,000 visits o th munition company as demon-
More than 12,000 visits to strator. Before that, he practiced
library were made by members shooting. He was trap boy at gun
of the military personnel sta- clubs as a youngster, just to be
tioned at Drew Field during the around guns.
month of January, and records both Mr. and Mrs. Beegle are
to date indicate an even greater from Omaha, N ebraska, andhare
attendance for this month. now on a tour of the southern
states Army and Navy stations
Fiction Rates Only 5,1% and camps to put on the demon-
A breakdown of the January station, which has been seen by
figures revealE the interesting fact as many as 50,000 soldiers during
that of the 2373 books borrowed a single season. Before the war,
only 51 per cent were fiction, he demonstrated for consumers
Books on history, psychology, and large stores as sales booster.
mathematics, useful arts, religion Now, with the war, and the
and social science for the most armed forces using all that the
part made up the other 49 per plants can produce, he is sent out
cent. In the useful arts, history as a demonstrator for the fellows
and social science groups, books who'll "pass the ammunition" at
on various phases of the Army Hitler.
predominated. Following each separate exhi-
From the large number of books bition, Beegle pointed out high
actually taken out, together with points and gave the purpose of
the fact that the library reading the next shot. He demonstrated in
room facilities are in use almost a clear-cut way the speed, range
constantly, it is evident that the and hitting power of today's
Drew Field soldier of today is tak- menu for the Axis. One of the
ing full advantage of the oppor- most interesting parts of the ex-
tunities for self- improvement hibition was his shooting at a bar
that have been made available of soap with special expanding
to him. ammunition, to show the effect
"Some of the more portly sol- equal somewhat to impact with
diers are watching their weight the human body. He also used
these days too," Miss Snider said, rifle ammunition in a shotgun,
in recounting unusual requests. A shooting at a can of water to show
book entitled "Pounds Off" (not the powerful impact of the solid
requested), written especially for projectile traveling at 1400 feet
women desiring to reduce, was per second.
among the books received by the Beegle doesn't belong to any
library some time ago. "At the gun clubs, because he travels
time," Miss Snider said, "I just
couldn't imagine why it was in-
cluded and the very idea of hav- SMARI SPOI OF
ing a book in an army base li-
brary telling women how they IAM P
could take off weight struck my
sense of humor. Much to my sur-
prise it has enjoyed unusual pop-
"WVe endeavor to get in just as IRR Ce
many of the latest books on the L
'best seller' list as possible," Miss
Snider said. Judging from the
lumber of these books available,
she is succeeding in her purpose. ---
They include: "The Valley of De- "o j-
cision," "The Song of Bernadette," '-
"Rivers of Glory," "Wide Is the ='"2= Fg__
Gate," "Time of Peace." "Hos-T-
tages," "The Lieutenant's Lady,"
eprisal," and "The Day Must EI oYe
)awn" in the fiction class. palace
Among the non-fiction books on ars -
the list of available are: "Guad-' ex- -
alcanal Diary," "Our Hearts Were v dat. t
Young and Gay," "Suez to Singa- D ,o-t, .i e to sc.
pore," "Headhunting in the Solo- coa eos, e l A
mnon Islands," "We Took to the ai
Woods," "Last Train From Ber-' a. 1
lin" and many others.
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-Glee Club Forming 9ad" s C
Hey. soldier! s
Here's something interesting: t E; eligo-
a Glee club is beinq organized t at isc&ie
by the Special Services Office al .
of Drew Field. Every soldier tSe f a |
who wants to sinq should iry
for it. This is YOUR chance!
AHl soldiers interested should
apply at the Special Services
Office, Avenue "B" near First MIPAT
Street, in person, and ask Li. -E H.MASON,My
as ,-----GEePR-mG E H. MASON, Mgt
Earle for an audition.


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around so much, but visits all of
them. He likes big gan4 shooting,
in the west, and so does his wife,
who can also shoot, "but not near
as good as Ken." Their home right
now is in Atlanta.
Ken's main message during the
demonstration was to the newer
men of Drew-those who are yet
new with a rifle, but who are get-
ting "right" with the firing piece.
"Don't close one eye when you
aim a gun-keep both eyes open,"
he advises. "Don't get discouraged
if you can't make a marksman
right off. It takes practice and
practice. When you fire a
rifle, or any other weapon, dQn't
'pull' the trigger. It must be
squeezed....
"And," he admonished with a
smile, "don't try any of these
tricks on the range.
"No matter-where you go in
this war, there'll be shooting, and
plenty of it," he reminded. "The
gun is no good without a good
man, and the man is no good
without the gun: But get good
with those guns and you fellows
will be able to wind up the war
in less time than you think."

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First Christening at Drew Field


WAAO Whacks Out
Official WAAC Song
NEW YORK (CNS)-A WAAC
has whacked out an "official
WAAC song" entitled "The
WAAC Is In Back of You." The
composer is Lt. Ruby Jane Doug-
las, Special Service Officer for
the WAACs and former vocal
music supervisor of the Bristow,
Okla., public schools.
Two other numbers which she
has written are "There'll Be a
New Style Bonnet in the Easter
Parade" and "Something New Has
Been Added to the Army." Both
will be played and sung in the
WAAC show which is scheduled
to open here about March 1.


Authorized Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO.


Chaplain John Malcolm Haight christens Judy Jane Schreck
as her proud parents, Capt. and Mrs. Joseph Schreck, look on.
Ilt was the first christening at Drew Field. At the left are Mrs. Avis
Schreck and Capt. Schreck, Base Technical Inspector. At the right,
behind Capt Schreck, is Lt. Hasseltine Coward, Assistant Plans
and Training Officer. Fondling the baby is Mrs, Donald Yohe,
wife of Lt. Donald Yohe (who is standing next to Chaplain Haight).
At the far right, in the rear, is Lt. Charles C. Bostick, Mess Officer
of the 314th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron.
House Mother to Army for them. I take their' telephone
House Mothercalls, console them when they
expecting, and try to do the many
Angelsdn't get the letter they were
Mother of a United States A~ y other little things that will make
paratrooper now serving in a bat- them happier here," she conti-
tie zone, Mrs. Bessie Stricklana, nued. "Naturally, I miss my son.
life-long Tampan, is also the We have always been so close-
House Mother to the 44 Drew but I am not alone in that, the
Field "Army Angels." thousands and thousands of other
"I am happier now, being here mothrs with boys in the service
I am happier now, being here!feel the same way I do," Mrs.
with the nurses, than I have been Strickland concluded."
since Gene enlisted in the army ckland concluded
because, somehow, I feel closer to ,
him by being a part, if only in a
small way, of the war effort,"
Mrs. Strickland said.
Paratrooper David "Gene"
listed August 15th, 1940. His first
eight months were spent in the
infantry, but he wasn't satisfied,
he wanted more thrills and excite-
ment and that, to him, meant only BAR & COCKTAIL
one thing-zooming through the = U N|
air. Gene's opportunity came with LOUN
the call for volunteer para- (
troopers, and after passing a rigid
mental and physical examination "7-7 '
became a member of a parachute I,, / V
battalion at Fort Benhing, Ga. '
After four months of intensive 1i "
training he got 'the "thrill of his I) CHOPS r f
life' when he- heard the brisk STEAKS '
coinmands,:"stand.up," "hook up," SANDWICHES -
"stand in the dbor," and "go" that
sent him sailing rito.,space on his PHONE
first jump. Two .months later, 2003
in September, 1941, paratrooper
Strickland left for foreign. service. 202 E. LAFAYETTE ST.
"His letters are full of enthu-
siasm about the paratroops and -" W sa ""Waa"
his job," Mrs. Strickland said.
Gene is now the cameraman for We Give SERVICE
his outfit, which is the 551st Air-
borne Infantry Company, and he
is crazy about it. 7
During this interview Mrs.
Strickland was busy mending for
one of her girls. "I was always
called mother by the boys who .
used to come into the USO where
I worked before I came here, but
my girls here all call me 'baby',"
she said, laughingly.
Mrs. Strickland has been at Regulation -.
Drew Field since early last De- Form Fit
cember. When asked about her
duties, she said, "I really don't Forest Green
consider them duties. What I am O.D. Pinks
and have been-trying to do is
really take the place, as much
as possible, of the girls' own
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There is a man you ought to
get acquainted with here at Drew
Field. He is the chaplain--one
officer whom you can see without
having to get permission. He is
here to help you. He is here to
listen to your troubles. He is
here to go to bat for you if you
need him. He is in the Army to
be your friend, your advisor, your
pastor. He would like to see you,
not only in his office during the
week but also in the Chapel serv-
ices on Sunday. You need him,
but he also needs your help if
he is to be a good chaplain.
Where can you see.him? There
are chaplains in all five Chapels,
and there are chaplains of all
faiths here at Drew. There is a
chaplain on duty in the Chapels
until 9 o'clock every evening. Let
me introduce you to our Chap-
lains.
The Catholic Chaplains are:
Chaplain Butterbach in Chapel
No. 2.
Chaplain Wade in Chapel No. 4.
The Protestant Chaplains are:
Chaplain Beardsley in Chapel
No. 1.
Chaplain Bielitz in Chapel No.
2.
Chaplain De Lashaw in Chapel
No. 5.
Chaplain Gwin in the Hospital.
Chaplain Fix in Building T 518
at 6th and "A".
Chaplain Haight in Chapel No.
4.
Chaplain Hewlett in Chapel No.
Chaplain:Kirk in Chapel No. 5.
SChaplain Landolt in Chapel No.
3.
Chaplain Moore in Chapel No.
Chaplain Penticoff in Chapel
No. 5.
Chaplain Shofer in Chapel No.
4.
The Jewish Chapkain is Chap-
lain Fierman in Chapel No. 3.
For the Christian Science men,
Mr. Franklin. H. Murrell, the
Christian Science Wartime Min-
ister, is in Chapel No. 1 on Mon-
days and Thursdays from 4 to
7 p. m.

Jewish Chaplain
To Serve at Drew
And MacDill Fields

Chaplain Morton C. Fierman,
Drew Field Jewish chaplain, said,
"I would like to help the Jewish
service man to understand the
ideals of his country through the
knowledge of his faith."








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February 28, 19433
1 1


DREW FIELD ECHOES

1.1r F ('1 Max R r "Bing Crosby" of Pinellas. Are
Field Echoes Cpl. ax Brunker you happy, Pvt.Manago? Are
The Armament section has a
Who's going to challenge them?
Y NEWSPAPERS Be careful; they block and tackle
's without the usual padding.
ss Office: Lt. R. M. Blackburn was the
IDA AVENUE basketball star on the varsity
A, FLORIDA Phone 2177 team at Drake Universiyt.
Lt. R. D. Clark was a track
this newspaper are also contained star at the University of Virginia.
aum joint circulation, 10,000 copies. Lt. R. G. Chesney played soccer,
J' basketball and made the all-state
FURNISHED ON REQUEST football team while attending
usively for the personnel of Drew Triniity College
SLt. W. K. Carswell was captain
interests and the United Nations of the ski team at Main Univer-

wspaper are those of the individual -
.ces are they to be considered those 721st SIGNAL AW COMPANY
vertisements in this publication do Ir N "
ly the War Department or its per-W
Dd. "
By CPL. ELLIS A. HIBORN
I The 721st Panthers defeated the
722nd Tigers, 17-9, in nine innings
---- of softball on Sunday afternoon.
N t After the slaughter, a joint beer
-- party was held by both compa-
nies at the expense of the 722nd.
He sang his first song "on a Lt. Bates apparently wasn't sat-
Sbet" while in high school, but isfied with the results, so he made
today T/5 Max Brunker, of Det. another challenge which was
H 501st Signal A.W. Regiment, readily accepted for this coming
H, 501st Signal A.W.Regimenti Sunday. We hate to see Lt. Bates
is classed among the top talent and his boondogglers lose again.
at Drew Field. "Babe" Kovach hit a sure hom-
Cpl. Brunker -came to Drew er and was able to make only
from Camp Crowder, Mo., landing three bases. We realize that it is
here Feb. 3. He heard of the ama- tough to have to carry so much
teur contest at Recreation Build- around with you,. Kovach, but
Sing No. 1 to be held Feb. 6, and after all, when there is beer at
attended without even rehearsing. stake one should make a greater
He sang "Echoes from the Hills," effort.
with guitar accompaniment, and Hargett will have to stop snor-
won over 26 other competitions ing at night or he will be the re-
besides a free trip to Miami to cipient of several G.I. shoes. And
compete in the Major Amateur they won't wrapped up in cello-
Service Program. Ad $50 check phane.
was awarded also with the trip. Our boy Holton has a knack of
aHe sang the same song which was getting things. There are plenty
Church Call "lucky" at Drew Field. of people who would like to know
Shen, ednesda night o thihow he does it. Incidentally, we
Jewish Services: Then, Wednesday night of this wonder when "Deadpan" Holton
Jewish Services: week, he was picked with a group is going to go on the stage; be
Wednesday 7:00 p.m., Chapel of other performers to sing for ought to make a good actor.
No. 3. Governor Holland of Florida at Colbrt-it' s a pit to see h
Friday-8:30 p.m., Chapel No. 3. Hillsborough Hotel. standing ot in the rain t she hi;
thon M s I soti w standing out in the rain, tch, tch;
Catholic Masses: It Just Happened "Arky" Anderson-you have to
Sunday-6:15 a.m., Chapels No. Cpl. Brunker, now 24, was in- talk to the phone before it will
2 and 3; 9 a.m., Chapels No. 2, 3 ducted August 7, 1942, at Ft. talk back; Smitty is planning an-
and 5. Douglas, Utah, near Salt Lake other furlough already.
Daily-6:15 a.m., Mon., Wed., City. From there he attended Lt. Kidell-who told whom
Fri. and Sat., Chapels No. 2 and radio school at Camp Crowder, that who was out of uniform?
3. 5:30 p.m. Tues. and Thurs., and graduated as-Corporal Tech- The first thing we hear in the
Chapel No. 2. nician. Then he came to Drew morning is that good ole Arkansas
Protestant Services: Field. drawl and the last thing to be
But it was before entering, the heard at night is that same old
Sunday--li a.m., Chapels No. Army that Max "happened" to Arkansas drool. Caruso won't be
1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.8 a.m., Holy Com- sing at the right place at the right with us for long-he going bye-
munion (Episcopal)..Chapel No. 4. time. bye to OCS at Fort Benning, Ga.,
Sunday Evening-7:30, Chapels After graduating from Willard for ze infantree, wee, wee.
No. 1 and 4. City (Utah) grade school, he en- Pinochle is the game that all
Wednesday 7:30, Chapel No. tered Box Elder High at Ogden. good men should learn to play,
5. It was while in Box Elder that isn't it, Supply? Drazdik is happy
Chapel No 1, corner of C and he won a bet from a fellow class- now that he is driving a truck.
8th streets mate by singing in a class pro- Wolf is happy, .too; three chev-
Chapel No 2, between 5th and gram. After graduating from high rons and a furlough, he finally.
6th on E street. school, for sometime he worked got it. Bates is a good cook, isn't
Chapel No. 3, corner 2nd and for the Mountain States Tele- he, Wolf?.
Tampa Bay Blvd. phone and Telegraph Co. as in- --sn o i
Chapel No. 4, between 2nd and stallation man. Self-Censorship
3rd on L street. Then "luck" intervened again, Hee oe oe wo
Chapel No. 5, between 2nd and and Max accepted an invitation talker's one soldier who won't
3rd on N street. to sing. talk
A girl friend at Weber College "Dear Folks:
at Ogden invited Max to sing "After leaving where we were
To fulfill this resolve, the chap- when her sorority put on its as- before we left for here, we
lain arrived at Drew Field on sembly program. Hearing him, the couldn't tell if we would arrive
February 9, 1943, after complet- music director of the college of- here or not. Nevertheless, we are
ing the course in the Army Chap- feared Max a scholarship for one now here and not there. The
lains' School at Harvard Univir- year. He accepted, and later the weather here is just as it is at
sity which he startedpon JJnuary scholarship was extended to two this season, but of course quite
1, 1943. s- years. He was called into the unlike the weather where we
Chdolian Fie via'i. whos,- l.l:,ne Army from his studies at Weber. were. From there to here is
is in W'asrrgl,,n, D. C., r--evt In between these episodes in just as far as it is from here to
his A.B. .egre, from WcE-.t&Irn Cpl. Brunker's life was more there.
Reserve University, Cleveland, color.. He traveled with "Uncle "The way we came here is just
Ohio. In 1941 he graduated from Ezra" and his barn dance troupe like everyone comes from there
the Hebrew Union College, Cin-'for almost a year, played spot to here ... It is now time to
cinnati, Ohio, and was ordained programs in Radio Stations KLO stop in all probability this some-
as Rabbi and Master of Hebrew and KSL at Salt Lake City. While what too newsy letter before I
Literature. From September, 1940, in college he sang in the glee give away too much valuable in-
to December, 1942, he was direc- club, and in a double -iixed formation, as the censor here is
tor of the Washington Hebrew quartet. Besides this, he was a liable to be a spy."
Congregation, Washington, D. C. featured performer at civic club O
The chaplain has a number of organizations, and was about to Laff of the Week
outside interests, for he loves mu- be adopted by the Ogden Junior A basket ball game among
sic-being a skillful pianist and Chamber of Commerce as a mem- A basket ball game among
pipe organist, swims and plays ber when the Army "kidnapped" some officers was waxing hot and
tennis. While attending Western him, heavy at Aberdeen Proving
Reserve University, he was on Cpl. Brunker sings tenor ac- Grounds recently. Toward the end
the cross-country squad of the companies by guitar or piano. of a very hectic period, the referee
track team. Chaplain Fierman has He can also do the guitar work -an enlisted man--blew his
also written musical shows, is a himself. Except as chorus singer, whistle loudly and brought the
member of the Bnai Brith Lodge he has never been before the play to a stop.
and the Chaplain's Association of footlights, but says he is "willing "One more trick like that," he
the Army and Navy of the United to try anything." bellowed at one of the player,
States. Maybe that accounts for his "and I'll throw you out of the
Chaplain Fierman, attached to being married... Then, again, game-SIR!"
the base squadron of Drew Field, maybe it's because his wife plays
will also serve the Jewish service the piano, often as his accompan- WE- PACK AND SHIP 11
men of MacDill Field and the ist in rehearsal. FANCY FLORIZA I
Third Air Force. -
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By S/SGT. DESHON
T/Sgt. Hauck is going to con- P OT
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ing officers. First prize, he is do- TOM
nating one practice code set. Sec- ICEBER
ond prize is being donated by the Firm H
Link Dept., five hours Link time. ORANC
UTED BY In case of fire, call number 17. GRAPEI
IG AR o. While pulling C. Q., Pvt. Mac-
Gillivray passed the time of early
I morning by feeding the mice.
FLORIDA Pvt. Manage asked to have a
nice write-un to send home to his 717 MARION AT POLK ST.
girl. Pvt. Manago is known as the


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and March 1:
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Ce er. Transferred to Drew Fie
to Pfc. on Oct. 5th.
coming Sgt. Dec. 15, S/Sgt. in
March, and. st Sgt. in June,
varsity of Pennsylvania, Whar's gift tohe Medi-
Schol siDeptment of Drew ield
is embodied in First Sergeant




on, hist. homWalters became the ac-
count iered the Burarmy at New Cum-






berlandi, inPa. on June 19rg, 1941Pa. Leaving-He
to Pfc. on Oct. 5th.
His rise in rank was rapid, b-store
coming Sgt. Dec. 15, S/Sgt. in
March, and 1st Sgt. in June.
After graduating from the Uni-
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His position as First Sgt. of the
tion, Sgt. Walters became the ac-
countant in the Bureau of Pur-
chasing for the State of Pennsyl-
cvania, in Harrisburg, Pa. Leaving
otisnposition, he was employed
F. Goodrich Co, as store
"manager and credit manager. He
was working in this capacity
when he was inducted in the
Army.
His position as First Sgt. oof the
Medical Det. at Drew includes thei-
assignment of personnel, classify-
ing the men according to theai
civilian occupations, and all other
duties of a first sgt. in any other
organization, such as the issuing
of passes and furloughs.
"It has been very pleasant here
at Drew,". said the sergeant. "The
job as First Sgt. of the Base Me-
dical Dept. has been very .diffi-
cult, but the fine cooperation of
the non-commissioned officers has
made the job all the easier to
handle. They're a swell bunch of
boys."
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February 26, 1943 DREWFIELD ECHOESPage


FROM THE SPECIAL SERVICES OFFICE


Orchestra Promoter
Carries On For
Special Services
M-I S


On the i Spot
RECREATION BUILDING
NUMBER 1
Friday, Feb. 26, 8:00 p.m.-
Danny Sheehan.
Saturday, Feb. 27, 8:00 p. m.-
To be announced.
Sunday, Feb. 28, 8:00 p.m.--
Old-fashioned Silent Film- Ru-
dolph Valentino in "His Wonder-
ful Chance."
Monday, March 1, 8:00 p. m. -
Broadcast of "Right Answer Or
Else."
Tuesday, March 2, 8:00 p.m. -
Variety Show from Tampa.
Wednesday, March 3, 8:00 p. m.
-To be announced.
Thursday, March 4, 8:00 p. m.-
Broadcast of Army Air Force
Band Concert; also, "Rookie Roy's
Scrap Book."
ENLISTED MEN'S SERVICE
CLUB


Pvt. Theodore Cooper, now giv- .
Friday, Feb. 26, 8:00 p.m.
ing fine assistance in the Special Dance.
Service Office, is a well known Saturday, Feb. 27, 8:00 p.m. -
promoter of orchestras and a Dance.
-colorful figure in the world of sunday, Feb. 28.--To be ai
entertainment. nounced.
Originally from Lincoln, Ne- Monday, March 1, 8:00 p.m.--
braska, he managed the city au- Dance-USO Gfrls.
ditorium every winter for five Tuesday, March 2, 8:00 p. m. -
years. In the summer he managed Concert of Recorded Symphon
Capitol Beach Park. During this Music.
period, Cooper also promoted, Wednesday, March 3, 8:00 p. r
with. success, American legion --Dance--Tampa Business Gir
boxing and wrestling matches. In Club.
1934, he left Lincoln and become Thursday, March 4, 8:00 p. m.-
a representative and part owner Bingo with Prizes.
of Slatz Randalls orchestra. He
took this orchestra on a tour of His reaction to a good song we
one-night stands for nine months, sung knows no bounds. He ha
In 1935 he sold his interest in said with conviction, "Give Ir
\it, and became manager of good talent or a good song, an
Frankie- Masters orchestra. He I can sell it." He says this wit
took it to several cities, and ended a smile, of course, for Teddy ha
this tour with an eighteen months an acute sense of humor, and
run in Chicago, playing the Col- never solemn about his abilities
lege Inn, Stevens hotel and the The beautiful and talent
Edgewater Beach Hotel. He also "Donna Dae" is Cooper's daugl
promoted Masters on the House- ter.
hold Finance radio program,
broadcast over NBC. Shows of Last Week
On December 29, 1937, began S L t ee
Pvt. Cooper's happiest association.
He became connected with the On Monday Evening, in Recre:
Fred Waring organization and tion Building No. 1, Lt. Georg
was appointed professional man- Kluge presented his entertaining
ager of Waring's "Words and Mu- broadcast, "The Right Answer C
sic" publishing house. Else." Some of the men gave ir
Pvt. Cooper left Fred Waring teresting answers to question
and other contacts in order to asked; others were forced to tak
enlist in the Army June, 1942. the consequences, and do humor
SCooper is just the type who ous sturits. Pfc. Harry Evans wE
was made to guide careers. The a great assistant on the program
reasons are that he has a genuine The variety show brought hei
liking for people and nevef fails by the defense recreation commi
to understand the best that is in tee followed. In this show wer
them. Often harsh in his criticism dancing acts performed by men
of theatrical performances, he bers of the Ella Mae Dancin
never is so without good reasons. School. The young ladies ha
His reaction to a good perform- grace, talent, and charm. Mi
ance is correspondingly generous. Ella Mae is to be congratulate
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Are you listening? Be sure to
turn those radios on WDAE
Thursday evenTng, when the
Drew Field Air Force Band will
take to the air for its first broad-'
cast performance. The opening
note will swing out at 8:30 p.m.
From there on, the whole eve-
ning is full of entertainment, so
-why not come over IN PERSON
to Recreation Building No. 1, and
join in the fun right at the origin
of the broadcast?
Here's the program next week:
On Monday evening, Lt. Kluge s
"The Right Answer Or Else" will
offer again an opportunity for any
soldier to take part in the pro-
gram, to be broadcast through
WDAE Cash, cigarettes, and
tickets for chow at the Service
Club are among the prizes for
those who get "The Right Answer
-Or Else"?.
Then, on Thursday, a FULL
evening's program will be pre-
sented at the recreation hall.
8:30 p. m.-Air Force Band, di-
rected by Warrant Officer Baker.
8:55 p. m.-The "pipe" line will
be reversed, and will bring 5 min-
utes of news (CBS) from WDAE
to speakers located in the recrea-
tion building for the audience.
9:00 p. m. Continuing with
CBS, Major Bowes' Service Ama-
teur Program will be brought to
the recreation hall speakers, until
9:30.
9:30 p. m.-Rookie Roy's Scrap-
book, followed by the "Deep
Sleep 11.' Roy, enacted by Pfc.
Harry Evans, a typical Drew Sol-
dier, gets into all kinds of typical
Drew Field situations.


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Casey followed this broadcast
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Sinclair sang with feeling and
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violin with fine tones. On that
same evening, the Special Service
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February 26, 1943







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By Sgt. John F. Suszynski
Warrant Officer Lester G.
Baker got back from his leave of
absence in time to save T/Sgt.
Ellie Eaton, assistant bandleader,
from complete nervous collapse-
the latter is now in Broadalbin,
N. Y., "recuperating." With Mr.
Baker's return, the Band parades
and concerts have been resumed
-the weekly concerts will be
heard on Thursdays tune in
WDAE for broadcasts direct from
the stage of RB Number 1.
Pfc. Joe Owings has joined the
small dance combo which has
taken charge of the Service Club
Dance situation while the Deep
Sleep Eleven Musickers have.
been "touring" with "Hullabaloo
from Drew." This new group
played for the dedication of the
PX in the Hospital Area last
Tuesday. Incidentally, Joe made
Pfc. Gus DeRidder very happy
with the Dog Books he brought
back from New York City after
his recent furlough.
"Hullabaloo from Drew" played
a repeat performance for the sol-
diers at Clearwater last week, and
later went to the Bay Pines Vete-
rans Hospital, near St. Pete. The
patients at our own Station Hos-
pital were "treated" to a perform-
ance of the same show last Wed*
nesday Oh, yes, the Deep
Sleep Eleven were in the pit-'
ducking Cpl. Estes' baton. Sgt.
Luukkonen was missing some-
one said something about a fur-
lough (what can that be?)
SHUT MY BIG MOUTH: Last
week I bragged about the high
standard Cpl. Will Krewson help-
ed to set as our assistant in the
Band Orderly Room-Washington
heard Special Orders came--
"Will" went the Service Com-
mand Unit was the winner in the
deal. Good luck to a great guy
even if he was a drummerman.
I wonder if he'll drop around on
his day off, or after duty hours,
to give Cpl. Sudjian and me a
hand-just for Old Times' sake?
Maybe I ought to tell the
TRUTH about Cpl. Ralph Sudjian
so that he won't have to worry
about packing for awhile???
301st BOMBARDMENT SO. (D)

NEWS
This past week has seen many
changes in the 301st Bomb Squa-
dron, not only in the personnel
but also in the attitude of the
men toward the Base and their
new environment. After two
weeks of adjustments and re-
adjusting, the squadron is getting
back "in the groove." From the
way the men are asking for
passes, it is evident that they like
the city of Tampa pretty well.
There are a lot of pretty girls in
Tampa. I believe the "Florida
Oranges" have the "Georgia
Peaches" beat a mile.
Lt. Harold V. Johnson, flying
officer, has been assigned to this
squadron. He came to this field
from Army ARf Forces Advanced
Flying School, Williams Field,
Chandler, Arizona.
Lt. William B. Haessig, arma-
ment officer, and Lt. William M.
Wood, medical officer, have de-
parted on a ten-day leave of ab-
sence for "rest and recreation."
Lt. Clifton L. Bray, flying of-
ficer, requested a three-day pass
for the purpose of getting mar-
ried. For some reason the request
couldn't be granted, but Lt. Bray
didn't let that 'stop him. He was
married on his day off. Congratu-
lations and many happy returns,
Lt. Bray.
Sixty-four dollar question: Why
does S/Sgt. Craiger want -to go
get the telegrams at Base Tele-
graph for all the boys in the
squadron? Why does 1st Sgt. Gel-
band go to Tampa so often? What
has he found in town? Why does
S/Sgt. Dursh'like'to take calis-
thentics? Why does Sgt. Schawrtz
like to get up and answer roll
call every morning? Where can
Sgt. Rosenberg find a "home" in
Tampa?


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NEWS
By Sgt. Lou Slein
Promotion of Captain Joe'0.
Edge, Materiel Ofticer of the
Wing, to the rank of Major was
announced yesterday. Major Edge,
a Texan who ran a Venetian
Blind factory in conjunction with
his National Guard activities be-
fore the war, is a Senior Aircraft
Observer who held a Master
Sergeaht's rating prior to being
commissioned as 'a Reserve 2d
Lieutenant in 1925. Since then
he's climbed consistently. He was
called to active duty in June,
1940.
Enlisted men promotions for the
week were Cpl. Wayne John
Schwarz to Sgt; Cpl. Lou Stein
to Sgt; and Pvt. George R. Ma-.
chaca to Private First Class.
Personnel of the Wing will hold
a party on March 1, to celebrate
the birthdays of Sgt. Howard B.
Balch and Pfc. Ferdinand J. Ja-
cobsen, and to hail Cpl. Allen
Reid, selected for Army Adminis-
tration ,OCS, before his departure
for Gainesville, Fla., on March 11.
Prior to his departure for Gai-
nesville, Cpl. Reid plans to pay
several visits to Lake Wales,
home of Roger Babson,. of Bab-
son's Reports Inc. Cpl. Reid, a
former employee of Babson's, re-
cently visited his former boss and
reportedly is much impressed
with the manifestations of opul-
ence found therewith .. .Which
accounts for his decision to "sort
of drop in on Mr. Babson again
... and again and again."
911 QUARTERMASTER

On The Ball
By Cpl. R. C. T. Pearman
I don't suppose ia will mean
much to Sgt. i'ord of 911 QM, but
people are asking questions about
his spending so much time at the
various laundries in Tampa.*Can
it be that he is trying to learn
the trade?
How about this hot, three-cor-
nered romance between Pfc. Bed-
ney, Pvt. Bell and one little bun-
dle of -hugs and kisses named
Lillian. Just who is the head man
in that setup? Pvt. Bedney and
I would like to know.
Tuba-blowing Brown came in
from his furlough looking lean
and hungry. It is rumored that
he spent all of his money getting
it out of hock just so he could
join the bugle in a horrifying
duet. Do you think we ought to
chip in and pay him back? (With
punches yet).
I pity the fellows who are up
in NY on furlough. They say the
snow in NY comes away up to
here. Cpl. Freeman might be able
to stand it, but poor Pfc. Riley,
he is so delicate.
I know it will be good news to
some of you that I am conducting
a rigid investigation of this so-
called 'Puppet Government' being
set up by a certain gent from
Brooklyn. I have a lot of brow-
beaten witnesses all lined up who
are willing to give names, dates
and places. There will be more
on this later.
: Speaking of names, dates and
places, how about this:~iittle bit
of jail bait called "Bodts"? She
seems to have dates to go places
with any nuiiber of names in our
organization. I wonder how'I can
get on her list?
In the "Aint What He Used To
Be" dept. we have as our victim,
one Pvt. Buster Wallace who ab-
solutely refuses to double-clutch
his truck. All reverse driving is
done by one Pfc. Fields who has
been going backward all his life.
The St. Peter Claver boys came
out here and gave our basketball
team a few lessons on how to
play winning ball. But who could
not play good ball with someone
like Asst. USO Director Anna L.
Cooke rooting for you on the side
lines. She is my idea of a real
inspiration.
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The Blotting Board
T/Sgt. Waterman, DS Weehaw-
ken, N.J., writes us, via V-Mail,
that he has finally been persuaded
to go to OCS. He chose Signal
Corps, because there is a nice
bunch of nurses at the Fort Mon-
mouth hospital, and Waterman
always was sickly.
An aside to "Wimpy" Jones,
No one is entirely useless. Even
the worst of us can serve as a
horrible example.
Congratulations to Sgts. Wel-
den, Kornhauser, T/4 Cortese and
T/5 Jensen on their recent pro-
motions.
We now have a batch of medical
men. From now on anything can
happen. They're not too bad,
though. They've found out the
difference between arsenic and
aspirin is that arsenic has red
letters on the bottle and aspirin
has black. Well, it's a system,
anyway.
Sgt. Kneipp and Pfc. Tatum
were married oh furlough. They
never did like freedom!
Who was the soldier that went
to town on his day off at 8 a. m.
returned at 4 p.m., and thought
he had been out over night? We
are confused, too.
-Mr. X.

Eighty Forum
Early impressions of Florida:
(1) Maybe the Californians were
right. (2) God bless the raincoat,
(3) Did they say "sunshine" or
"some-shine"? (4) Big, isn't it?
The problem of getting between
places is one of the biggest prob-
lems facing us "rookies." The
ferry might solve this problem
if we only knew'where they were
going. Joe King boarded a ferry
the other day to go up to the PX.
He wasn't seen again for 48 hours.
Back from furlough are "Pap-
py" Snead and "New York"
Pogal, both looking a bit the
worse for wear. Lost to the out-
fit is S/Sgt. Jacobson, a severe
blow, but we struggle on. Among
the new men at headquarters are
Will Young from Wisconsin,
Doyle Spivey from Alabama, and
Bill Stahoviak from Pennsylvania.
Wonder what happened to
Rankin, Duff, Whitford and
Schott?
Poem for the week:
Lament to Morpheus
Life on a cot,
Is not a lot.
-----------
302nd BOMBARDMENT SQ.
Sub-Echoes From The.
Orange Groves
Congratulations to 1st Sergeant
Hollis on his day off. His first in i
many weeks. |
Susie, the Squadron Mascot, is
quite at home here, what with all
those beautiful Orange trees.
Who was the Staff Sergeant
who got gigged in the PX for not
wearing .his gas mask on Mon-
day??? Mustn't do!
Each man in the squadron has
now been assigned his individual
orange tree for easy pickin's. The
picking must be done in a mili-
tary manner and by the numbers.
Judging from the singing on
the busses returning from Tampa
on these lovely Florida evenings,
the color of the 84th has definitely
reached Drew Field. And what
Corporal, who gives his all in the
Orderly Room is responsible for
hose weird ninths and sock
rhythm?
After the boys saw their pic-
tures on their passes, they sud-
dently realized that those GI mir-
rors were not lying. Nothing hurts
like the bitter truth.
The shortest distance between
two points is a straight line. There
is a reward offered to the man
who can find the straight line.
There's also a reward for the man
that can find the line-period.
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Fe ruary : -


III F. C. HQ. & HQ. SQ.

Sea Breezes
By Pfc. Alvin M. Amster
Today is our big day. This col-
umn is our 26th-our first semi-
annual anniversary. If you have
not had your name in the column
yet,. see us on how to become
notorious and rate (officers and
civilian employees at Headquar-
ters included).
The baby arrived just too late
last week to make the column.
Anyway, congratulations to S/Sgt
and Mrs. George Jones upon the
arrival of the new heir. Thanks
for the seegar, Jones.
Also thanks to Capt. Lane for
your new promotion seegar.
Amendment to last week's col-
u.mn: T/Sgt. Pete Washe is NOT
contemplating'miarriage. He's still
available girls-you lucky things!
Best-Saying-of-the-Week Dept.
Explained Berny Grossman to
Sgt. Gosselin why he was late
for Reveille formation, "I could
not find -my shoes."
Hot Dots
Mess Sgt. C. C. Martin turned
out those delicious cinnamon rolls
lastP-e ek That salami Gross-
mra t from home went too fast
... .'id Pertuit's and Mardock's
boxes of cookies From duty
to Sk Hosp: Joe Hresko (too much
furlough?), Pete Washe. Outside,
boys, outside, and on the double
Bring Mrockowski along with
you Welcome to Miss Mary
Dean, the new A-3 steno.
Cpl. Mary Ranck really was
jumping around at last Thursday's
dance at the North Blvd. USO...
SMedic Bill Gowin and Ord. Zahn-
leuter received their Pfcs ... Has
a private war started on Dotty
Moe's "Bugle Call" program (7
a.m. daily, WTSP?)... Last Sat-
urday Aiken, Bob Smith, and
Whitley gave a dance demonstra-
tion for Reifsnyder's benefit.
Wondering, Just Wondering
Wonder if that certain young
lady, initials M.R., was able to
teach Herman Cohn how to drink
water from a glass? .What
goldbrick in A-3 always gripes
about guys pulling rank and then
orders two new noncoms in his
section to burn rescinded Tech
Orders? What certain Sgt.
keeps mumbling "Sally," "Sally"
inh his sleep?
Al Shaw. finally scraped up
enough dough to buy a radio...
Ed Steelnack left on furlough
prior to checking in for Irifantry
OCS .. Kirk-Keller left last
Monday for Signal OCS, Ft.
M' ionmouth Robin, Zinser, De
-Iorenzo (the guy who cuts out
paper dolls at work), and Nosker
, tried swiping some water glasses
Sat the "Big Orange" but didn't
succeed. Where did those salt and
Pepper shakers come from, Rock?
Thanks to everyone who has
helped us along with SEA
-BREEZES. It's YOUR column.
You give us the dope, we edit it.

SIG. HQ. & HQ. CO.

SIII fighter commandd
S By PFC ROY SWARTZ
Front and center, last Saturday,
i went the sturdy Motor Pool men
to receive their achievement
awards. They were complimented
"on their fine record by Lt. Snow,
and asked to keep up the good
.work.
SOur company's reputable "Am-
bassador," Cpl. John Hession,
came through again last week.
This time it was for winning the
second trip to Miami for the
.Major Bowes broadcast. He re-
ceived a $50 check, also, for his
performance.
SPORTS
S,.In 1 of the fact the company
baskt-A.ll team rests in the cellar
opposition, it has two boys among
the top ten scorer. George Urban
is fifth on the league list, with
-Wojciechowski sixth.
The class B ping-pong was won
by Kapral. After dropping the
first two games, he won three
Straight to clinch the match from
Babb.
MEANDERINGS
Did you know that Ridzy sport-
ed a "Derby" hat in civilian life?
Photographer Davis secured an
.extra lb. of sugar and an extra
IbT of coffee from his home town
rationing board while home on
furlough. .. "Pokerology" classes
to open soon, with Willie Gros
and .Padgett as chief instructors
S. Clendennon says he's quite
sure that he ran into a door last
week. because it was something
plenty hard.. That feud between
S/Sgt. Cunsolo and Sgt. Flink-
strom is really beginning to look
like something. Ha!
Cpl Faust was a bit hazy the
other evening and, before he
kiew it, he had invited all his

-friend? over to his house for a
chicken dinner. Not knowing just
what to-do, he put his brain to


work and solved the problem by
having them all over to eat at his
Mother-in-laws house!
AROUND THE AREA
The radio crew and the carpen-
ters are getting things done fast.
Part of the credit is due to Jesse
Clanton, the self-styled "Produc-
tion Manager". Cpl. Kuchie and
"Steve" Mayoryk are getting into
shape these days, especially with
all those extra hours of wrestling
. .Larry Bahr even wears a
pencil behind his ear on his day
off-always on the ball. Who
is it looking good these days but
Georgie Shaffer, could it be all
those Coca Colas he had the other
night? Elected the most faith-
ful dayroom member: Sgt. Hicks
of the Plotting Section.

ZM
ZMA
911th Q. M.
By Sgt. Jack W. Goldspinner
The code operators who have
just finished their first week de-
serve a hand. Collectively they
have made the finest first week
record of any code class in the
history of the school since 90%
of them were working on 6 WPM
or better after one week's work.
The leaders of the class are Pvt.
Arthur Brandt and Pvt. Samuel
J. Mevberry who are-working on
8 WPM, and Pvt. William T. Gil-
more who had previous code ex-
perience, and is working on 16
WPM:-Pvt. Arthur Bakken. T/5
Harry Chenoweth, T/5 Willard
Johnson, T/5 Alvin Keiter, Pvt.
James McDonald, and T/5 George
A. Wondra Pvt. Dean W.
Smith has a long lead over the
rest of the third week class, as
he has already passed 24 WPM,
while in the senior operator class
Pvt. Vito Bucaria, Pvt. Robert
Ahart, Pvt. Gerald Hess and Pvt.
Forrest Tolle closed the gap be-
tween themselves and the leader,
by passing the speeds they were
working on...
"Tube Checkers"
The highest ranking student for
the past week in the Radio Main-
tenance fifth week class was Sgt.
Otis Carter, although T/5 Sidney
Waldman still has the best all-
-mind average Pvt. W. R.
Wilson's 91% average clearly in-
dicates his superiority over the
rest of the 3rd week Maintenance
class. ..
S"Absent-Minded"
Who was that certain absent
minded Sgt. walking up and down
the Radio office looking for a
pencil, and then being told that
one was sticking out of his back
pocket. ... .
"Tidbits"
Sgt. Murray Fisher back from
his furlough, telling one and all
about his romance on the Silver
Meteor Sgt. Moe Katz will
give up his little black address
book to the highest bidder when
he gets married next month...
Pvt. Ray Rosengrant still trying
to turn in old Mae West jokes as
copy... Sgt. Phil Cota is a candid
camera fiend. Sgt. Jack Pallay
undecided whether he should give
the girl friend the ring in March
or wait till after the war To be
or not to be. that is the question.
. Any night between 7 and 9.
you'll find Pvt. Robert Specht and
Pvt. Chas. E. Blake plugging
away at code. Learning code is,
coming slowly for these men, but
their preserverance is setting a
commendable standard for the
rest of the Army...


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Dish'n Dirt
This week I pay special tribute
to our gallaTt Commanding Offi-
cer, Major ALFRED B. STRICK-
LER, upon his return from Base
Hospital. Yes, sir, the Major is as
pleasant as ever, even if he has
been under the weather the past
few days...
ODDS AND ENDS
The Choral Club, under the di-
rection of Sgt: James C. Gray, is
about to complete their tour of
entertainment Did you know
that our sick report is the largest

in quite sometime? Is it this Flor-
ida weather or can I charge it to
the Office of Price Administration
.Just before leaving for the
icy State of New Jersey, Lt. HER-
BERT C. DONAGHAY received
an important letter from the Of-
ficers Section of the War Depart-
ment You should have seen
his knees buckle and face light
up with cheer Promotion is
definitely correct The surprise
of the week is about five formerly
chief cooks, walking their post in
a military manner upon their own
request The swift and hard
fighting team of the USO defeated
us in a thrilling basketball game
a few days ago The high-
point man of the game was S/Sgt.
Henderson.
COOKS and BAKERS
Privates First Class Charlie
Stitt, Evans Daniel, Debird Gra-
ham, Willie. Harris and Vernon
T. Harrison returned from school
at Ft. Benning the past week-end.
And no kidding these Hash Slin-
gers are definitely prepared in
their culinary tactics All they
have to contend with is the ever
popular Meatless Tuesday.
Private First Class Vernon T.
Harrison is to be congratulated
for preparing such tasty coffee
buns as he did the past few days
S. Many meals like this and
T/5th Grade Pearman of the 911th
QM Platoon will be getting a dis-
charge for over weight, sugary
blood or something of the sort.-.
FLASH: S/Sgt. Henderson re-
turned from furlough with a mar-
riage license Yes, he has
cooked his goose down in Louisia-
na.


Sub-Depot Subs
BILL Griffin returned to Sup-
ply from Camp Blanding Induc-
tion Center after his third trip to
Uncle Sam's door steps was
turned down again because of a
silver plate in his leg-the Army
says if the Scrap Metal Drive
doesn't want him, Uncle Sam
doesn't either...
LOST!!! Civilian Button-Pass
bearing the horrible picture of
one HORACE C. HACKNEY, alias
"HOSSFLY," the Sub-Depot Subs,
stinky reporter. Anyone knowing
the whereabouts of said pass is
urgently requested to return it to
Mr. Hackney-he's too cheap to
offer a reward-says the picture
doesn't flatter him enough...
Pat (JAIL) Byrd, former Sub-
Depot File Clerk, returning as

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The BEST OF LUCK to Mary
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MISCELLANEOUS Now we
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ing that mustache-he thought it
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tion (Vital asset to business, you
know)... Gladys Tate, of Supply,
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GLADYS, they call her..
The first class to graduate from
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School, under the supervision of
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L. Hutcheson and Lt. Harry L.
Ford, School Officer, on Saturday,
February 20th. The graduates
whom we welcome into our midst
consist of the following: Pearl H.
Bickford, George M. Brown, Dor-
othy P. Cummins, Lillian P. Da-
vis, Marjorie F. Gile, Nellie D.
Gray, Mildred R. Hart, W. S. Hon-
aker, Anna Jahoda, Boyd Kinder,
Paul Leonard, R. Marcus Naz-
worth, Grace G. Oleson, Ralph
Pena, Jean M. Regar, John D.
Thomas, Reva F. Ussery, Thelma
M. Jeffcoat, Marvin P. Walker,
M. Blaine Williams...
Sub-Depot Cutie of the week-
LAVERNE ELROD Ummm!
Ummm!
Mr. Duff, retired Army Captain,
now civilian employee in Supply,
visited the 27th Service Group at
Venice the other day--said he
spent th most enjoyable day in
many- ran into M/Sgt. Byrd,
with whom he served in the Army
years ago...

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WINES LIQUORS CIGARS
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Lafayette Hotel
E. A. CLAY, Manager
120 West Lafayette Street
East Side of Bride ..-?
Phone M 5588 Tampa, Fla.


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DREW FIELD ECHOES


Drew Fighter
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Major League Baseball
f By July


Major league baseball will fold
up by the Fourth of July, says
Sgt. Joseph Gallagher, of Drew
Field.
Sgt. Gallagher, if you don't re-
member, is none other than the
husky "Jo Jo" Gallagher, who
roamed the outfield for the New
York Yankees and the Brooklyn
Dodgers before joining the Army
21 months ago.
The big boy-he weighs 250
now, 30 pounds over playing
weight-is sincere in his belief
that the big leagues will have to
quit by July 4 or shortly there-
after. He insists that this is re-
grettable, pointing out that base-
ball is the real national game and
can be a big factor in boosting ci-
vilian and soldier morale.
But he bases his prediction on
two things: lack of competent
players and transportation prob-
lems.
"Hundreds of our best players


Interceptors Open Sec

i With Thr


to Fold Up D ew Defeals
4th, Says Joe Gallagher
Tampa U., 50-21

By PFC. DELWYN BAGGETT
Drew's great basketball team
just kept rolling on like Ole Man
River in defeating Tampa U., 50-
21, for their 21st win of the sea-
S son and their fourth straight in
the second-half play of the Tam-
.p pa City League.
S. ei : The Interceptors grabbed a
... 10-0 lead in the first period and
Continued to pile up points with
.. every man scoring.
"b Displaying a glove-fitting de-
f -ense, the Interceptors did not
allow the collegians to score. in
.~ the first period and only one field
goal in the third quarter. Tampa
U. scored six fouls and no field
goals in the last period.
I o aLeading the scoring parade for
Drew was Sgt. Hall, who gathered
seven field goals for 14 points.
Fowler and Messing hit the two-
figure column with 10 points
4 apiece.
Cassidy, Bunnell and Fox
played superb ball on defense for
: the Interceptors in a beautiful
/ i. floor game.
." The line-ups:
Drew (50) g f tp
Fowler, f 5 0 10
Horton, f 1 1 3
Fox, f 1 0 2
S Messing, f 5 0 10
M"Hall, e 7 0 14
Bunnell, g 3 0 6
Derks, g 0 1 1
are already in the service," said Cassidy, g 2 0 4
Gallagher, "and hundreds more C y, g
are due for induction. You can't TOTALS 24 2 50
pick up a paper but what you Tampa U. (21) g f tp
read that someone like Joe Di- Poage, f 4 1 9
Maggio or Pete Reiser or Phil Riz- Knight, f 1 4 6
zuto has joined up. So what's the Sadler, c 1 0 2
answer? You aren't going to have Reed, g 1 2 4
big league baseball without big Rogles, g 0 0 0
league players.
"A lot of youngsters have been TOTALS 7 7 21
signed up, but these fellows, de- -
spite- their native ability, just Basketball
can't play the big league brand of Signal CorpBasketball
ball without actual experience Leag
against the big timers. It is trueLeag
that a lot of old-timers will get
a new lease on life, but what the The Signal Corps basketball
fans will be paying for is a big leagues swung into second-half
league caliber of ball-and they play last week with three leagues
won't be getting it." in action.
Gallagher said he believed the In the Red League, the 503rd
teams would run into a lot more Sig. Regt. and the 552nd Sig. cap-
headaches on transportation prob- tured both of their games to move
lems before the season is far un- out in front of the league. The
der way. 501st won the only game they
played.
The 551st took the jump in the
: d Half White League with two wins,
nd H lf along with the 828th and the 616th
Sig., who won their only game
ap V scheduled.
e a iO eS In the Blue League the Medi-
S. .. cal Detachment took over first


Drew Interceptors opened the; ond game of the week in stopping place with two victories, along
second half of the Tampa City the Tasco Shipbuilding five, 25- with the 714th Sig., who won a
basketball league last week with 19. single game.
three crushing defeats over their Standing of leagues:
opponents. The Interceptors won Corp. Irving Messing paced the Red League
the f rst half of the league with Interceptors with four field goals Team W L Pet.
nine siLaight victories, and one foul for a total of nine 503rd Sig. Regt. ____. 2 0 1.000
In the first game of the second points for high man of the night. 552nd Sig. Regt. ______2 0 1.000
half, the Interceptors bounced the Horton was second high for the 501st Sig. Regt. ..__1 0 1.000
MacDiUl BomtItrs, newcomers to soldiers with eight points. 314th B. Hq. & AB Sq. 2 1 .667
the league, 39-31. Corp. Fox and Lt. John Fowler 555th Sig. 1______ 1 .500
Lt. John Fowler and Cpl. Ed starred on defense for the Inter- 503rd Sig. Plot. ___ 1 1 .500
Sitarz bagged 10 points apiece to ceptors in holding the high scor- 563rd Sig. 1 2 .333
lead the attack for the Drewmen. ing Shipbuilding quintet to a low 575th Sig. 1__._ __ 3 .250
Every member of the team-had score. The Interceptors fought and 564th Sig. 0 3 .000
a hand in the scoring, up hill battle against their taller White League
Two newcomers, Hall and Hor- opponents and were hurt in this Team W L Pet.
ton, made their appearance in the game by having men out due to 551st Sig. 2 0 1.000
Interceptors lineup for the first sickness. 828th Guard Sq. ______1 0 1.000
time and turned in a nice floor The Interceptors blasted their 676th Sig. 1 0 1.000
game. "way through their third game by 556th Sig. 1 1 .500
Also turning in a beautiful floor swamping the Third Air Force, 568th Sig. 1 ---1 .500
game for the Interceptors, both 55-29. Fowler was the leading 566th Sig. 0 2 .000
on defense and offense, was Corp. scorer, dropping 10 field goals 5B9th Sig. lu- 2 .000
Jack Bixby who managed seven through the netting. Cassidy was Tmue W L Put.
points for the night. his runner-up, scoring 5 field eam D 2 0 1.00
The Interceptors won their sec- goals. Med 1 eth -- 2 0 1.000
714th Sig. ___-________1 1.000
708th Sie. -- .. __2 1 .667
S HI FELLOWS! Meet Your Buddies at- 314th B. Hq. & AB Sq. 1 1 .500
H FEL SMe or d 704th Sig. 1 1 .500;
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DGEORGE'S BILLIARD PARLOR

B SSNOOKER AN POCKET BILLIARDS

.. 2222 E. Broadway Ybor City


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"POP EYE HOLLAND -Pvt.
Mike Holland, former lightweight
champion of the Pacific fleet, is
a Drew fighter who will appear
on the card at the municipal au-
ditorium on Monday night.
The card next Monday will be
the first time the soldiers have
appeared on a program open to
the public. Permission was grant-
ed by Maj. Gen. St. Clair Streett,
commanding general of the Third
Air Force. Proceeds will be used
to purchase athletic equipment
for the men at Drew and MacDill
fields.
Besides Holland, another Drew
Field fighter slated to box on
Monday night's card is Chief
Remus, Indian slugger.

Golf...
Drew Field's enlisted men's
golf team humbled the Sarasota
Air Base team 17/2 to z/2 on the
Bobby Jones course in Sarasota
last Sunday afternoon in their
first match of the season.
Sgt. Edward Smith of Drew
shot a 75. four over par for the
low scorer of the day in his
first try over the tough Bobby
Jones course.
Also shooting superb golf for
the Drewmen were Paul Boya-
jian with a 78, George Gaskill,
82, and Alex Sinclair coming
home with a 84.
Diegel was low for Sarasota
team with a 87, followed by
Zuckweila, 92, Kudes, 94 and
Engel hitting the high of the
day with a booming 99.
The crack golf team from
Drew will be heard from in
coming matches with tougher
opponents that are now being
scheduled.


710th Sig. 1 2 .333
705th Sig. -__-__ __-...0 1 .000
703rd Sig. 0 2 .000
FLOWERS
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Hospital Bouquets


February 26, 19433


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