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Title: Drew Field echoes
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Post Exchange
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida -- Tampa   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Drew Field Air Force Base (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa -- Drew Army Airfield
Coordinates: 27.975556 x -82.533333 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: "Published each Friday in the interest of the officers and enlisted men of Drew Field."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 39 (Dec. 2, 1943).
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VOL. 1. NO. 5. Published E'ery Fri (My I)rew Field, 'Fampa, Florida APRIL 3, 1942


Flash from

Glenn Miller

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1, and no April Fooling abtut it.
Gratefully Drew's soldiers dof-
fed their wool O. D.'s and tucked W A
them away in their barracks bags!
for another season. Out came their AXE PL EPI R
spring ensembles of cotton-khaki EDS SA
and, while no one was moved to ----
write a sonnet about his sun tan
Easter bonnet, everybody agreed The Drew Field orchestra is
that they felt a lot sharper minus wide open for musicians. We have
the extra pounds of clothing. At, the start of a good band here at
reveille, however, and for most of Drew but we need sax men. In
the morning that famous Florida Ifact; if you can play any musical
sunshine had to be aided and abet- instrument you are needed for cur
ted by those cozy fleece-lined orchestra.
jackets. Rehearsals are every Monday
So the birds are proudly dis- and Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the
playing their spring plumage, mi-base hanger.
lady is preparing to startle the "
wcrld with '-er latest chapeau and Overheard at a G. I. dance.
America's fighting men are spend- "Don't look at me like that Cor- '
ing a little time preening them- poral. I only asked ycu what your .: .
selves about a ten minute break's hobby was!"
worth.

i Maj. Ebersole, Adjutant at Drew
Dance at Lalrgo Saturda l 1 .. ( --.. I l,- C1 ,


Men from Drew Field are to be
entertained at a dance in Largo
Saturday night, the special Serv-
ices Office announced today. One
hundred and fifty men will be
guests of the Clearwater Recrea-
tion Council at the affair.
Partners for the service men will
be the lovely Volunteer Girls of
Clearwater.
Transportation for the Drew men
will be furnished. Men who wish
to attend the dance are asked to
contact their Special Services Of-
ficer at once.


Corporal Conroy Married

Corporal Jack Ccnrcy, Plctting
Company, 503rd Reg., heard wed-
ding bells an- smelled it.e usual
orange blossoms Tuesday, March
24 when he married Elsie L. Bak-
er, Pomeroy, Chio.
The ceremony, witnessed by a
few close friends, was held in the
.stcr's study of the Hyde Park
;ethcdist Church.
Jack and Elsie were childhood
sweethearts t rou g hout their r
school days. They are both grad-
uates of the Pomeroy High School.
Jack moved to Florida during 1940
and enlisted in the Army in 1941.



Cflitr Tr i[irg SclI

No fed of Roses
A card from Boivin, formerly cf
the A & R office at Drew, tells
Pvt. Bitner that life in the Of-
ficer Candidate School is no bed
of rcses. Boivin says the course
is plenty tough but he is learning
what soldiering is really like Bo-
vin was one cf five men recently
selected to attend the school.
After the Florida sunshine Omer
finds the snow at Mcnmouth. New
Jersey. .aiard to take. However, he
says, tough as it is he is going to
be in there 'till the bitter end try-
ing 'or these little g;ld basis.
Coid luck, Doivin. we holae ycu
got 'c.i.


rieici YIdKtaKesL a -DniL LAJUOK ZUW


When you go into his office you
get ACTION. Wit.- the many de-
tails he must handle, the decisions
to be made, the vast amount of
-paper work' to be finished, speed
and action are prerequisites of
the job. And the johb is Field Ad-
jutant.
Maj. F. L. Ebersole Jr., is Ad-
jutant here at Drew Field. Pro-
moted from Captain to Major
February 1st. the Major accepted
the commission March 19th. Be-
fore coming to Drew Fiel:l the
Major wae statione:l at the Savan-
na. X Air Bas,. Georgia.


DREW COPS OPENER FROM PHOSPHATES


COTTON KHAKI


DONNED BY MEN


OF DREW FIELD


Rumors said it was March 15.
March 15 passed and it still hadn't
happened. Then everybody said it
.uldn't be until April 15.
The Florida sun kept pouring
down and, literally, the boys sweat-
ed it out.
The last day of March arrived
and finally the announcement
came: Sun Tans! Tomorrow, April,


The Major received his original
commission in the Army July, 30.
1935. Starting active duty in April,
1935 the Major saw service until
July. 1937. He returned to active
service in Novexn:ber, 1940 and has
been in the service since that time.
The Major's h.me is in Rich-
monid. Virginia but he belies the
fact that Southerners are slow
moving. He moves fast and talks
fast t :ugh he still has a soft
southern note in his voice. He is
mr,'ried has no children ai-. likes
ii job. Why. we -Ion't know; we
S'll: t in.: i-'s enough to
-h' a minn nluts.


day was really a sooper-dooper. It
was one of those affairs which
make us a little more conscious
that wah is heah and Mahs is
really kicking the gong around.
For obvious reasons we aren't us-
ing his name, but a certain priv-
ate in the 503rd had a bad time
during afcre-mentioned drill. He
fell flat on i:is face while trying
to get his mask strapped around
him. His helmet fell down over
his nose and cut a gash in the
bridge of same; he stumbled out
of the truck and ran to a certain
undisclosed swamp where he was
Rushed into a mire slough up to
his knees. Then, and h-ere's the
payoff, his 'first sergeant teed off
on him when he got back from the
drill. Why? He was supposed to
report to guard duty.


a cordial invitation to the Com-
mander, the officers and men of
the Third Air Force and its bases
in Tampa to attend the 20th An-
nual Easter Sunrise Service to be
held in Plant Park at Tampa next
Sunday morning at 6:45 o'clock.
"We are hoping that a great
number o' the men in the service
will be able to attend."
Yours very truly,
JAMES W. WARREN,
"Potentate"

Lt. DeForrest gave the baseball
pitchers a real work-out last Sat-
urday. The Lieutenant used to
play the national pastime with the
University of Chicago. Fact is he
played against Lcu Gehrig 'way
back in 1921 in a City champion-
ship series.


VAUDEVILLE SHOW SET FOR

MONDAY NIGHT, 8:30 O' LOCK


It's Big Top Time again at Drew
Field Mcnday night in the new
base entertainment tent located
just across from the guardhouse.
The Special Service office has
cooked up a real funfest for you
soldiers Monday night at 8:30.
A shcw of mixed talent, soldier
and civilian has ','en arranged
that figures to tcp anything yet


An all Cuban review is plan-
ned for the near future, it was
reported, and several standout per-
formers from civilian shows have
been tentatively booked for ap-
pearances here.
The new tent will make a val-
uable ccntri.;u'ian to the comfort
of the audience end it is expect-
ed recor.l cv-r':.is will turn out


presental here. ac~:rding to O. Z. -for the Mon:'day night and suc-
Whitehead. of the special Services ceeding shln ws as they are an-
Office. nounced.


IMOOEE AND EPPS


STAR ON SLIB IN


FAST 4 I GAME


T. Drew iei1: defeated U.S.P.P. 4
Sto 1 yesterday on the McFarland
SPark diamond in the first game
of the season for the soldiers.
U.S.P.P. was last year's Manatee-
Hillsborough champions.
Behind the combined tossing of
Peyton Epps and Carlos Moore the
losers were able to get only four
hits.
The Drewmen picked up a run in
the first inning and added three
More in tAhe fourth. Putting two
Shits, two errors and a fielder's
:choice together in which the sol-
diers were able to shove across
three tallies in the 1:.lg inning.
Epps allowed the U.S.P.P. team

S ters in the four innings he work-
ed. Moore followed him to the
mound and limited his opponents
to three ".its with six going opt
by the strikeout route.
U.S.P.P. got their only tally in
the sixth inning on a triple and a
pass ball by the catcher. Mesda
SOMETHING NEW IS ADDED- (Continued to Page 6)
A recent long list of promotions
at the Third Air Force finally
touched First Lieut. Arthur j. Soldiers Invited To
Pierce, left, aide of Maj. Gen. Shrine S ri service
Walter H. Frank, yesterday, and
the general presented the captain's
bars himself. Captain Pierce, a Service men in the Tampa area
native cf Montague, Mass, has are invited ta attend the Sunrise
been in the Army nine years. Easter Service to be held in Plant
!Park Sunday morning, April 5th,
iat 6:45 o'clock I'b Egypt Temple
'D ry Run .4lert Shrine, according to a letter re-
ceived Tuesday by Maj. Gen.
Walter H. Frank from Mr. James
B rTingos Trouble W. Warren. Potentate of Egypt
Temrle.
T is iText of the letter follows:
for This Private "Maj. General Walter H. Frank,
Commanding General, Third Air
Force, Tampa, Florida.
The air-ra d alert last Satur-I "Egypt Temole Shrine, extends


Dr1ew Fie~ld,Tampapn Florida


VOL. 1. NO. 5.


Pucblishedr Every F~riday~


APRIL 3, 1942


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'.Lampa Army Newspaper
..... ...' "CABBAGE & KINGS"
l.-. -;is 'i: N i t I .)IN< A Mcdern O'Ilenry Style
'i':n)mp;. I'lorian By H. Lee Koskie
SIt" seems to a Layman like me
.... ri u that the Restaunters of our cit;
/All ;,<-i.up:a ir eiIt-1s ',lt:t'" in even our very own Service Clubs,
s th ^ 1" 'i")l {i '|d I"1.- ):I'. lii'"llllll P. X's., and Canteens, and what
,,'i.i <--i"<'iulli: : i .|" "''"', have ycu, are way behind of their
times. Mr. General Nelson in the


head city', who you see smoking
that old briar cf his which: look:
like a cannon, and is our civilian
defense efforts loss, or something
should take a hand in this great


yv r",'r t 'r I, ls-onniel r I ,.'\ ''ioi culinary neglect.
;- c toI military ilnt, rslt For instance: Why should we
rt' a e i. ini, idl eat "French Fried" potatoes while:
we could have the same popular
w. io'ns : xmsd! d in lhis ne- ration simply by calling: "With
,*. .' to I, hi- onsi,,rt'ed it, Ir Victory Spuds?" The Signal boys
n- .. ithd Stis pbtn- '1. dvertise- naturally, wculd call the "Dash
(co :.;, ute nill lndorsonwini Ih lihh and 3 Dots.,.
i,- ):t<-' c it mle.o l O1 The lowly spud has been victor-
ious for ages, so why should we
give credit to the French, who
S l\ EA\ BE "FlIOMD.\IPREPR .\ScCI \1ION didn't fry them in good old Am-
o :Allo U N R'i l U \',\d dN ,


Drew Field Echoes


CIVILIANS NOW "Tips From The


GO IN TRAINING

As evidence that civilians of the
Tampa area are taking the war
seriously a five-week series of
classes for untrained or partially
trained civilian defense workers
was :, gun t'he early part of this
week under direction of the Hills-
bcrcugh County defense council.
The program is planned to train


a total of 2500 workers-800 air
t raid wardens, 500 harbor patrol-
:men, 300 in the emergency public
e works division. 200 in the division
e of health, 400 fire watchers and
r 300 miscellaneous work ers who
have taken part of the training
course in previous classes.
Instruction in first aid is being
given this week and next week.
Classes in handling incendiary
bombs are scheduled the week of
SApril 13th, gas protection the week
of April 20, and the general in-
struction course is scheduled for


,"- ,1 .. ..-"" .-19420-^ :-.' erican hog juice. You got to nave the week of April 27th.
the juice of a razor back to make,
o Students who complete the re-
real honest to gosh Victory spuds. Students who complete the r
The French most certainly sub- quired period of training are is-
stituted "Vino" or something to sued official insignia denoting thi
TapAry Nesppers hog juice and lost the war against fact that they are authorized civil
Printed l the Axis 'by doin' it. Let's have ian defense workers.
"Victory Spuds" from now on on
TeConimercialPrinteirs our menu. ,Negro Charged With
They usually have on the Menu:
I 115 IFlorida Phone 2126! "Chef's Special". MacDill Field has Theft of Watches
it, and many other ,L-,anery act-
ivities. Personally, and I'm sure From Army Officers
most of the boys will agree with Of
IFONTE" me, such deceiving propaganda
CHICKEN MAR T should be halted in, it's tracks and C o u n t y Solicitor Williams of
CHICKEN MARKETdish renamed: "S orhed Hiils: rough County, charged
PHONE Y 3520 Earth Policy", in honor of the James Curgill, 37, Negro, Wednes-
WE DELIVER FREE Dutch and the Russians. day with grand larceny in the
"T" bone steak" (2" thick and theft of 100 sheets and pillow
medium rare) could be renamed: cases, valued at $120, from the
'.-'. you age lonesome & blue "McArthur Wallops". Having been army at Drew Field.
a:- you don't know what to do a pencil pusher and type tickler Curgill also was charged with
come to for the General, I know that he petit larceny on two counts in the
I. MILLE 1 AR is stuffing' his boys with old trusty theft of watches from Lieutenant

Ia beef with a "T" surrounded with L. C. Lilly and Captain G. E. Tully,
W::.r e she is friendly and true meaty territory. If you know, the both stationed at Drew.
BEIRS 1111 Frrida Ave. WINES General is an ardent admirer of
the cld "Nap", long since gone 'The prisoner, arrested by ci1y
Pr. riptions Wines_ _Lqiqos to his maker, who said that any police, is held in t.e county- jail
Home Made Ice Cream worthy warior walks cn his tum- under $5030 bond.
ETZ DRG STOR my. The General being the shrewd-
DIETZ DRUG STORE est "Squad Forward" Strategist Tw OSeilfies
*?hone H-4384 for Rush that I've ever known, it's cnly
D '. ery, 7:30 A.M. to Midnight natural that he has an ample sup- On REd o'B'M
931 S. Howard Ave. ply of "T" bone steak in his 1b.ouse 1 I 0gram
pocket-same as he had those 40
nlarstments, Residential Ap- scme aircraft that the Jap didn't. The "Drew Field Presents" radia
praisas, Residential Properties know nothing about. From now on, shcw eminating from station
when the boys requisition-an cr- WFLA Friday night at nine will
Leslie H. Blank der for you-a plate of "MacArthur present two soldier artist of super-
L iWallops", be sure abcut the di- lative a',:lity.
REALTOR mensions and double sure to have
IPh 222 -:-- 407 Tainpa St. O0. Z. Whitehead, the Broadway-
S4 i. ite, will go on i-h.e air in a scene
S, from Merton of the Movies, a play
L aft e Special Rates he did in summer stock.
&afa yette 0 l to Service Men Theopholis Stevens, a San Fran-
E. A. CLAY Manager ciscan, with more than a shower-
120 W.iLafayette Phone M-5588 Tampa, Florida theshowici excerill air his talentia
ci and Showboat. It is reported
O A E that Stevens sang with th'ne San
mino M ress DNT FORGET EASTER Francisco Opea Company, one cof
S lApril 5th the best in the country, and his
SO S0 songs will be welcomed by music
Faetry Powell's Inc., Florist loving listeners. by music
Phone S-7179 412 Tampa St. -:- Ph. 2524
SOpen 'T!7 "P. M. Announcement Brings


Thirteenth"

Ah! April 1st brings April Fool's
Day, but there is no fooling about'
the promotions handed out by the
13th this first day of April. The
following men were appointed Staff!
Sergeants; George L. Rhoden-
baugh, James W. Whitehead, John
J. Cairns, and Bradley Grubbs.
The following men were given'
Sergeant and Corporal ratings.'
To be Sergeants: Ellert R. Amert,!
Arnold K. Jc'hnscn, Anthony S.1
Jurkewicz, Jack C. Kille, Herbert
F. Larger, Bernard J. Stiver, Clark
.B. UTmmel, Harry C. Warren, and
John W. Watkins. To be Corpor-
als: George L. Bellew, Richard A.
Brown, Williiam Byrd, Louis A.i
Flynn, Roy Foster, Charles F.'
Kuch, Jr.. Charles 0. Laine, Leon-
ard W. Lindahl, Caestano Mazzcne,
Andrew C. Ranpp, J. V. Sherrill,
Jr., Weston P. Teel.
The following men were pro-
moted to Privates First Class:
James A. Delaney, Robert A. Dob-
erstein, Albert Eastburn, Gerardo
Fernandez, Fred H. Go ldst e i,
George E. Granger, Jerome Green-
berg, Rcbert P. Lawyer, John D.
MacLeod, James M. Mullin, John
T. Scruggs, and Lyle L. Neifert.
Sgt. Rol.'ort E. Wol-bert was
rated Air Mechanic First Class. !
On April 15, the 13th will throw,
and I do mean throw, another one
of it's famous parties. The ban-
quet and -dance will be held at the
Police Pistol Range. A color d
band will furnish the music. The
"blow out" is in celebration of the:
various promotions achieved, by
the officers and enlisted men, in P


Friday, April 3, 1942


Cox Sportifig Goods
Fishing Tackle, Basebal,
Tennis, Golf, and Athletic
Goods.
1106 Tampa St. -:- Phone 4770

Special Price To Service Men

PORTRAITS

by Henley
442 W. Lafayette St.-3rd Floor
Phone H-3035
For Your Convenience Studio
Is Open 10 P. M. Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturdays

A HOME BUY OR RENT
SEE
Jay Hearin, Inc.
REALTORS
PHONE M 1861

* Hostesses
o Dancing

WONDER BAR

->{[ your fun is I<.-
-..* our fun })4

1210 Franklin St. -:- Tampa


rove


Let
SADIE NICHOLS
She Is One Of The World's


the past two months. Th-e guests Foremost Wave Artists By Test
will ccnsist of wives and (sweet- Curls Over Dyed White. Old Dry
hearts?) of the officers, and men. Waves Or Any Kind Of Hair.
A varied program has been arrang- 100-C Magnolia Ave. Ph. H 3766
ed by the party committee con-


sisting of Sgt. Steele, Sgt. Grutbs.
C5 U. niylii,-anI QO 7-1. L 'D'a. r'mz


tgt. St1Smytb, and Sgt. Zechar. Priz-
es will be given various contests
to be held. The "Promotion Party"
is expected to be the largest and
best ever held by any outfit on
Drew Field.
Two more redskins bit the dust
-Sgt. Steele and Sgt. Warren
'have joined the matrimonial ranks..
Capt. Mueller will return to the
13th on April 10th. Capt. Mueller
graduated from Flight Surgeont
School, Randolph Field, Texas.
last month.

Wcnder who the Colonel was
guards had to take to the guard-
house for violation of the uniform:
regulation? Seemed the Colonel
got out with civies but the guard'
stoplpad him when he returned to
the field. '


CULP LUMBER 00.
"Everything to
Build Anything"
Millwork Made To Order
509 Packwood
Ph. H1862 -:- Tampa

The CHATTERBOX
Chicken and Steaks
Real Italian Spaghetti
Sandwiches Drinks Liquors
Abba Dabba & Band Nightly
707 S. Howard Ave. -:- Ph. H 357


CRENSHAW'S
For
FRUITS & PRODUCE


SFI .DOMRIDGE


Photographer



418 Tampa St. Ground Floor, Opposite Gas Co.


Adams Kennedy
Whiting and Jefferson
Tampa, Fla.
Croceries, Tobacco, Candy
Notions

Compliments of

GILBERT HOTEL
Ceorge Brightliell, Mgr.
811 Tampa St.


Berger & Rachelson, Inc.
The Home of Pleezing Products
Sn Whiting* St. Ph. 401
121th and Whiting- St. Ph. 4041


HOWARD STUDIO Flying Cadet"Shower"
908, FrIanklin St. -:- Suite 18 Pvt. Larry Dannenberg, 503rd
Open Nights Until 8 P. M. Signal Reg., mentioned in last
week's edition of the ECHOES as
Across Street From Grants having been appointed Flying
Cadet, 'has received congratulations
and a wrist watch from friends
in the Warner Club, Warner
T E S R Brothers studios.
THE SPAR Dannenberg is running in luck.
He also received a check for six
FRIED CHICKEN week's salary from the picture
STEAKS SANWICHES company.
BEER WINE e


2713 Bayshore Blvd.


Shennan Concrete Pipe Company

602 S. Freemont Ave. Phone H-3556 Tampa, Florida


Kubin's
Best Spanish Food in Tampa

A sk Anybody'

Liquors and Wines,
1403 Tampa St.


Phones M7150 -rM 1146,


FERNANDEZ
RESTAURANT
Cuban Sanwiches A Specialty
1216 Franklin St.


ALLGOOD & RYE
Quality Groceries
Meats and Vegetables

KEEP 'EM FLYING
BUY MORE DEFENSE
BONDS AND STAMPS
49203 IMacDill Ave. Ph. .W901-2


Air Base Bus4

Lines, Inc.

30 Minute Service to Both
SFields At All Hours


V

15 Minute Service
During Rush Hours


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For Further Information



Call 3286


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FridZay, April 3, 194


Open 6:30 A.M. Close 9 P.M.
Davis Plate Lunch
306 N. FRANKLIN ST.
We Serve The Best 25c Lunch
In Tampa. Only The Finest
Quality Foods Used Ala Carte.


Compliments of

RAINBOW CIGAR

STORE


Meet Your Friends at ......

ROXY BAR
- Beer Wine Sanwiches -
203 E. Lafayette St. Ph. 2456


'Iemiber:
V. F;
Pu~~ Ilrple:


.W.
Heart


E. P. Johnson & Son
Watchmakers & Jewelers
OPEN UNTIL 8:30 P. M.
214 E. Lafayette -:- Tampa
Next To Manhattan Cafe


Turf Exchange Bar
Liquors Beer Wines
'Cocktails
206 E. Lafayette Street
PHONE 2003 -:- TAMPA


Tampa Riding Club
At The Yacht Club Stables
PHONE W 3403
Phone For Appointment


-Keep 'Em Flying-


HAMILTON HEATH

WATER CO.


"Keep 'Em Paid" Motto of


Drew Field Finance Service


Florida weather after having spent
most of his life in his home state
Connecticut. He is in charge of
the travel section.
Private Raymond Popp trans-
ferred to the Finance Department
on March 24th from the 3rd Re-
1'Ivtit Crl m SO -, q .".


The Drew Field Agent Finance and from subordinates. Regardless lipo .Uinpany, 01u 6 i gg 11 al
Office made its first cash pay- of this mass of questions, he usual- Regt, AW. Private Popp comes
ment on January 20th of this ly finds time to courtesly give out from Ohio.
year. Prior to that date all finance information to any military per- In keeping with the rules of the
services were rendered direct thru sonnel and civilian pertaining to game, no statement can be given
;the MacDill Field Finance Office. the services rendered and expected as to the increased volume of
At the time the office was opened, of the Finance Department. work in t:e office, but from ob-
the staff consisted of one officer, servance of lights in the office
Capt. S. E. Burns, Staff Sergeant As a result of the change from after work hours it can be as-
Joseph Baamond e, and Pfc., specialist ratings -to the technicians sumed that this is one of the bus-
Specialist 3rd Class Weldon Devoe. ratings in the Finance Depart- iest offices in proportion to its
One rom in the Base Head-' ment, Weldon Devoe was rated size on the field. The office hopes
quarters Building was the first Corporal Technician on March 1, to continue to render the most ef-
location of '.ie office, but the 1942. Technician Devoe has just ficient service possible under ex-
stay in this place was very short about b,'come acclimated to the isting conditions.
On or about the first of Feb-
ruary the office had an increase Amy Arra s For Use Of
of personnel. Two men, Privates Army Arange r Us
Creed Rymer and Jean King, were
transferred from the Air Base De- FacilieS Fof C0omm nication
tachment to the Finance Depart-
ment 3rd Air Force at large and
assigned to the office for duty. Radio stations in the national maintains more than 60.000 miles
Private Rymer is from Tennessee, forests, telephones in Indian ter- of telephone wire as well as a
while Private King comes from ritories and telegraph facilities in siort-wave radio network in its
Louisiana isolated border customs houses will Forest Service. Special communi-
Other men who came into the be made available for aircraft cation facilities are operated by
office about this time were Priv- warnings and other military mes- the Department of Justice in con- t
ates Charles Hoffman. Spencer sages as the result of a communi- section with immigration and by 1
aeDimond, and Reuben Hawes. S l cations mat m making Iroject just the Treasury Department in con-
e of tse men enlisted di completed in the Office of the nection with customs. both these t
ectly into the Finance DepartmentChief Signal Officer, the War De- service providing coverage of the s
and are fro m Florida. apartment announces. nation' frontiers. The Department s
A survey by Signal Corps Of- of the Interior has radio and wire p
Due to the increased personnel, ficers begun last summer, has equipment in the Indian reserva-'a
the office was moved soon after turned up a wealth of separate tions, in the national parks, and c
the first of February to the old wire and radio systems operated in areas covered by its Fish and I
Signal Headquarters Building and by private companies and govern- Wildlife Service and its Grazing r
now shares this space with the ment departments. Many of these Service.
Base Inspector, the Base Mess Of- systems cover remote and sparsely Significant communications net-
ficer, the Base Speciality-Officer. populated sections of the country works are operated b/ railroads
and the Public Relations Officer. where regular publ i c telephone along their own rights-of-way, by
On February 12. th.e office re- and telegraph channels are com- pipeline companies en gag-ed in
joiced over the promotion of Staff paratively few. transportation of oil and natural
Sergeant Boomonde to the grade In order to make emergency use gas, and by electric power com-
of. Technical Sergeant. Tech. Sgt. of tiese facilities, originally built panies.
Baamonde, a native of Tampa, separately for varying purposes, it All these far-flung facilities are
has certainly made a commendable was necessary to correlate the in- now being made available for use
record since enlisting in the Reg- formation concerning them. This by Corps Area commanders in
ular Army. June 24. 1940. As Chief project. made possible by the co- sending word from aircraft spot-
Clerk of the Agent Finance Of- operation of other government de- ters and isuing warnings of enemy
ficer, Tech. Sgt. Baamonde never apartments and of private compan- raid, as well as ether military mes-
has much time to concentrate on ies with communication facilities, sages. They will also serve as a
any one particular assignment be- was rushed to completion by War secondary reliance should there be
cause of the innumerable ques- Department cartographic eangine- damage to the regular networks
tions arising from personnel clerks, ers. of the communications companies
The Department of Agriculture and the Army Signal Corps.
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NOTES OF 3rd AIR FORCE
Sergeant Steps Up BASE COMMAND
To apain Love went on a rampage among
ToCapainmembers of the 3rd Air Force
_____ Base Command recently. Fifteen
Tec me B e H d- en went on furloughs and five
Tech Sergeant Bledsoe, Head- of them returned to Drew as mar-
quarters 3rd Air Force Base Com- of themnreturned to Drew as 18ar-
quriedarters 3rd Air Force Base Co d men. Maybe it's that spring
mand, recently received a well s the air.. maybe Cupid is
is in the air..maybe Cupid is
earned promotion. The Sergeant working overtime, we don't know,
jumped in grade from Sergeant but anyhow....here's happiness to
to the rank of Captain. lall you benedicts.
Bledsoe submitted an applica-; 1st Sergeant Mincwitz. 3rd Air
tion for a reserve commission the: Frce Base Command. doesn't be-
last of January this year. He wasjlieve in waiting time. Rated as a
discharged March 17 and accept- specialist 3rd class December 4,
ed his commission as Captain 1941 the Sergeant has moved on
March 18. up and was rated 1st Sergeant
The former Sergeant saw serv- March 21st.


ice in France during World War 1
and has had foreign service in the
Philippines as well as Hawaii.
While in France the Sergeant was
awarded his first strips.
Captain Bledsoe is now station-
ed at Dale Mabry Field, Florida.

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every moment, awake or asleep.
It's a tiny two-inch Monel metal
tag on which are stamped five
lines of type-five short lines that
give his complete personal history:
His name, blood type, name and
address of his nearest relative, a
record of his tentanous inocula-
tion, his religion, and his Army
serial number.


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Schwartz Qualif fi-:

For Trainng As

Flying Cade!

Lt. DeForrest has lost hi- 'Man
Friday. Eric Schwartz, the mann
who gets around in the A &'. R
tent, has passed his Flying Cadet
examination a n d will gi l to
training as soon as possible.
If Eric can fly like he can write
we have a flying ace on the way.
Look out, Japs!

DOUBLE (WIRE) CROSS1-D
A soldier at the Air Corv Ad-
vanced Flying School at V?;toria,
Texas, may be wondering .bout
his continued failure to airange
a "date" with a certain "sweet
young thing" employed in the Vic-
toria telegraph office. Every time
the soldiers phones, he lea .:s to
his bewilderment that the 'SYT"
accepted ano-ther engar;C:nent
"just a few minutes ago."
Until he hears this. soldiers m.ay
not know that if he would .ise a
telephone other than the c.e in
the camp's Signal Office, he :..lght
have better luck. Y'see the:'ea a
certain friendly rival on dilty mi
:he Signal Office who suspects thle
soldier's intentions. So, whiJe the
scdier is waiting to have t fhe
ihone connections made, the r-v-
il rushes through a teletype "pri-
ority" to the telegraph-offic:' r-rL
Darned clever, these Signal Corps
nen.


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Friday, April 3. 1942

the juvenile lead playing opposite t I "
Lillian Gish. The play had an 18 ISp Sed il~ 0 G O
months run in New York and Chic-


HFi a He got his movie role in "Grapes Officers School
r ew F e o cf Wrath" through a meeting of
.John Ford. director, at the Hep-
.burn hcme. The following men of Drew Field
S Last fall he was under contract have been selected to attend the
with Twentieth Century Fox for a Signal Cor]ps Officer's Candidate
--:' 'p rart in "Ten Gentlemen from West Sct.ool at Fort Mnmmouth, New
'l Point," with George Montgomery Jersey.
and John Payne. Before the pic-: Master Sergeants William L.
Sure went into production, how- W-iite, William C. Weimer and
S ever, Pearl Harbor was bombed Charles A. Dews.
;. ,. and Al Jcad became Pvt. 0. Z. First Sergeants-Luke L. White,
"": "" .0'.j !Whitehead two days later, Dec. 9, Harold Cristill and Charles A.
S: in the Air Corps. Hoover, Jr.
':" -- Keep 'Em Flying-- Staff Sergeants Howard C.
,u Ange, James D. Burns, and James
Many Requests But Few Fly o. Scott, Jr.
Maybe it's .because spring is in Sergeants James Spann Jeff-
^ the air or maybe it's because men 'rs, Woodrow M. Yamini, Harold
..' here at Drew are getting furloughs M. Fay, Stanley E. Rcbby, Robert
4 I 1but Base Operations are answering R. Du.fy, James B. Smith and
S hundreds of requests for flights. James W. Harlan.
i, Making a flight is more involved Corporals Steven Nevada, Joseph
.'- than the mere asking. First there G. Rebman and Lawrence E. Wil-
must be a flight planned. Operat- liiams and Allen Benz.
S ions cannot give out information Privates Dow B. Wallace, Ro-
Whitehead, who was Al Joad in in advance of planned flights so Lrt H. Velta, Frank L. Lange,
a soldier in the morale section of you are more or less stuck at the Hugh D. Burch, Robert M. Keit
beginning. If you are lucky and Rufus Z. Johnston, Philip C. Gri
g__et a flight you must get the fith, Raymond D. Winter, Lloyd
Remember Al Joad in "Grapes pilot's permission to accompany A. Somes, John B. Southard, Troy
Rem r Al Joad in him. W. Burnett, Horace R. Cook, Solo-
or Wrath"?" He was the fellow i mon P. Glickson and J. T. Waller.
who drove the Joad jalopy from' Next you must wear a parachute.
Okla::-oma to California and was If you bcrrow o 'chute and lose it Keep 'Efn Flying----
always dashing off after the girls. you are out one hundred and
Well, he's in Tampa now, a sol- twenty dollars. Before you are al- WELCOME TO THE NEW
dier at Drew Field, whose real lowed to fly in an Army plane
name is Oothcut Zabriskey (no you must have your C. O.'s per- ARMY MEN .
foolin g) Whitehead,. a Harvard mission. You also have to sign a
man and an actor of both stage release of responsibility for the ;arriviing i Tampa during the past
and screen. | government. Then you request per- week.\c We hope you will enjoy your
After his theatrical reputation got mission from Operations to make' stay among us.
around he found himself yester-'the flight. If you hurry through .. .. .


day much in demand at entertain-'all this you may get to fly before AI AON L CAOtl t llrT CU
ment programs which fit exactly your fifteen day furlough expires. EPPERSON & CO.
into his job in the morale sec- Local flights are just about as TAMPA DRUG CO.
tion. Of course, lie likes the Army. complicated. The same procedure ALLEN PHOTO SUPPLY
It's the best part I ever had", must be followed except you must BSARG &
he said,. "and soldier audiences have permission from Operations
are the most enthusiastic I ever to hang around the apron waiting BURNS FLORIDA CORP.
saw." for a pilot to make a flight. DR. G. C. BOTTARI
"0. Z." as his buddies know the If you have a furlough coming ANCHOR APPLIANCE CC.
lanky. red-`:eaded actor, of teniup and want to get home in a ALLEN ROOFING & SHEET
"wows" his tent mates with lines hurry we suggest you call the near- HETAL WORKS
from some of his plays, and here's est railroad or t's agency and CROWE REFRIGERATION CO.
a partial list of thmn: "The Lake" ask for schedules. You'll save a lot THOS. B. CASTIGLIA
!with Katherine Hepburn, "New c.f time for yourself and a few IDA ROCH
Faces," with Henry Fonda, super- headaches for Base Operations. \ARMORY SERVICE STATION
vised by Elsie Janis; "Jayawker,"' Keep 'Em Flying_ ALFRED y FAMILIA
starring Fred Stone; "Oh, Even-, ALEMAN HARDWARE CO.
ing Star," a play about the life Notes frm 3rd Intercepter iTHOMAS ALEXANDER
of Marie Dressier. written by Zoe U FRANKLIN 0. ADAMS
Atkins; "Hamlet" with Leslie How- .DR. H. M. COOK
ard; "Farewell Summer" with Lois Corporal Norman H. Zinser, the DR. L. S. AUGUSTINE
Wilson: "Madame Bovary" wi:th New Orleans romeo, is now in the ROY C. BROWN
Constance Cummings, and "The Crescent City on furlough. The ROBERT W. HORNSBY
Sea Gulls" with the Lints. Corporal, if his reputation holds AMERICAN MATTRESS MFG.
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Drew Field Echoes


SURF RIDER NOW Sprited t Of Army Nurse Corps
LLad Ha a iaa rveldAl Rvun Diiu .an d


STUDYING WAVES


OF A!R AT DREW


Featured in a recent Look maga-
zine article were the daring surf
board riders and stunt men of San
Onfrey, California. Member of the
same organization is Corporal Wil-
liam Campbell, 1st Reporting Co.,
503rd Signal Regiment attending
Radio school. Corporal Campbell,
owner of San Diego's "Campbell-
Acres." one of the showplaces ,f
the West Coast, also worked in
the make-up department of Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer and has a formi-
dab'.e number of tales and pic-
tures of life among the stars. To
round out the picture Campbell
also did a bit of flying.
Camprlbll's surf board riding.
apuaplane stunting and speed boat
ig were all done simply for
't. "Ever body was always
wanting pictures and calling us
dare-devils and guff like that,"
he said, "But we never thought of
anything much accept having a
lot of fun riding the "Moboys'.
'Moboys," Cam pbell explained,
"are the whopping bl.g waves from
50 to 60 feet high that everybody
calls surf. I don't know when the
name was first applied to the
waves, but when you see one of
the big ones towering over you it
looks like Moby Dick just swished
his tail.
"The trick to surf board riding",,
Campbell said, "Is knowing what
Moby to pick for a. ride and how.
to keep ahead of it. If you pick
the. wrong one or fail to kick the
board away at the right angle
when the wall of water over you
starts to break, you're liab'e to
lose a hundred bucks worth of bal-
sa board, not to mention your
life. We had one lad let a Moby
fall on :him and he ended up with
a b-coken back".
The longest surf board ride on


Mrs. Julia O. Flikks, Su:erin-
tendent of toe Army Nurse Corps,
has been promoted to the grade
of Colonel, and Florence A.
Blanchfield, Assistant Superintend-
ent of the Nurse Corps, was made
a Lieutenant Colonel, each for the
duration of the war.
Since 1920, Army Nurses have
had relative rank, ranging from
Second Lieutenant to Major. Mrs.
Flikke's relative rank in the Nurse
Cc:r;s has been that of Major,
and Miss Blanchfield's tlat of
Captain.
Colonel Flikke is a native of
Viroque, Wisconsin, She entered
the School of Nursing of August-
ana Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. in
1912, when she became a widow,
and later task postgraduate work
at Columbia University. She join-
ed .the Army Nurse Corps shortly
after America entered the first


Confessions precede each Mass
SWeek Days
Mass every morning at 6:10
Thursday night at 7:30-Holy
Name Discussion Club
Confessions in Chaplain's Tent
in tent area every Saturday.


PROTESTANT JEWISH
Chaplain William L. Clark Tuesday nights at 7:30 the Jew-
-Easter Sunday Program- ish Service is held at the field'
Sunrise Service ........7:00 A.M. in the Base Chapel Tent by Rabbi
In assembly tent north of Base David L. Zeilonka. Convoys are
Headquarters in wooded area. sent to the two Synagogues in
Sunday School ........10:30 A.M. Tamp a, wfhen there are men who
Preaching ..............11:30 A.M. desire to go.
We will be favored at the 11:00 All Services Are Held In Base
Service with special Easter music Chapel Tent Unless Otherwise
by a group of ladies from Tampa. Stt
Vesp er Service, With Religious,"Life is real, life is earnes t
Film .................. 7:30 P.M And the grave is not its goal;.
Week Days 'Dust thou art, to dust returnest,
Morning Devotions every morn-, Was no spoken of the soul."
ing at 8:30 at the Base Chaplain's Fly
Tent. Keep 'Em Flying--
Wednesday night Bible Study Guards at-the gates say civilians
Prayer and Song Service and Re- inevitably ask for mister so-and-
ligious Films. so instead of referring to soldiers
The Christian Science Camp 1,y their rank or grade. When
Welfare Worker, Mr. Franklin H. questioned for the soldier's rank
Murrell. will be in the Base Chapel the usual reply is. "We don't know
every Monday evening from 6:00 what he is. We just know he's in
to 8:00. All Christian Scientists the Army".
and others interested in the sub-


World War. A month later, she, ject, are requested to meet with
was promoted to Chief Nurse, and the Worker a that time.
soon afterward was ordered over-
seas. She was appointed Superin-
tendent cf the Army Nurse Corps,. Chaplain Arthur A. North
with the relative rank of Major Sunday
in 1937. In addition to her serv- Mass .......... 7:30 & 8:30 A.M.
ice in France and at various sta-!
tions in America, she has served
in Tientsin, China, and in the
Philippines.


Lieutenant Colonel Blanchfield
,'as been on staff duty in the Of-
fice of the Surgeon General, to-
which the Army Nurse Corps is -
attached, since 1935. She was nam-
ed Assistant Superintendent in
February, 1939. Born at Shcperds-
town, West Virgi.ia, she entered
the Army Nurse Corps in 1917
from Pittsburg. Pennsylvania, after;
graduation from the Southsidei
Hospital of -that city. Her post-
graduate work was done at Johns;
Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore, Mary-
land. She has served in. France.,
in China. and twice in the Philip-
ines.


record, according to Campbell was,
a mile-and-a-half. "The ones we RINGLING SHOW LEAVES
took averaged about a mile and FOR NEW YORK OPENING
we traveled at a good twenty
knots an hour at the peak of the -The "biggest show on earth" is
ride. Every once in a while we'd heading north.
pick a bad beach and somebody Fifty-five freshly painted silver:
would end up on a lot of rocks, and red cars loaded with all cir-
but we always figured that was cus stars, personnel and para-
the guy's own fault." phrnalia pulled .out of Ringling
Corporal Campbell refers to all Bros. and Barnum & Bailey cir-i
people who weren't born near the cus' winter quarters in Sarasota
sea and reared on a surf board, Tuesday noon for New York where
"Flatlanders," but he uses the word the 1942 summer season will open
in a kindly fashion. "They just at Madison Square Garden April 9.
don't know any better," he says, The circus will show there thru
laughing. "Give any game Ameri- May 10, then will go to Boston.
can kid a tbard and a couple of The remainder of the circus, in-
miles of beach, and he'll turn out cluding all tent equipment, will
to be a top flight Mcby rider." leave Sarasota early in May for the
first showing under canvas in the
-- Keep 'Em Flying--- east.
; east.


When Pat Patterson, our Golden
Gloves contender, returned from!
New' York '-.e was questioned about
a cut on his lip. Lt. R.H.R. Riley,
Physical Training officer quipped.;
"He tied up with a black-out in
New York."
Pat was defeated by a colored
boy in the tournament.
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Drew Field Echoes


Friday, April 3, 1942
A


Drew Field will meet MacDill Staiger, Jones and Ruggles. AllD P h N Tem ill serve as one of the pitchers
in a clash between the two serv- are capable hitters and fielders. ro cer w on eam on the Drew Field team during the
ice baseball clubs on MacDill Field, Taking each department sepa- coming season.
Monday, April 6, in celebration of rately, we find a well balanced .. Starting with the Orlandc
Armyweek. The game will get n-team and when the firing is over, Senators in 1940 Swindells moved
rmy at :we are sure the team is going to to the Lookouts where he worked
der way at 2:30. undr'oearweeahe"arnm.
The Drew club will have a fine play real baseballunder Joe Engel, the Barnum of
pitching staff ready for action Probable starting lineup: Sween- baseball. Fred pitched for the
I~oasting such members as Fred- ey, 2b; Staiger, cf; Jones, c; Burch,, Lookouts until the latter part of
die Swindells, formerly of the 3b; Mullin, 1b; Cuck, ss; and the 1941 season when he was pull-
Washington Senators, Carlos uggles, rf. ed up to the Washington Senat-
SWashi ton Snatos r A convoy will run from the field ors. While with Washington, Fred
Moore, who cametransport soldiers desirin to faced the formidable bat of the
from the Birmingham Barons, and:
PCiattend the game. great Joe DiMaggio and though he
Peyton Epps of Cordell, Georgia.,ipped one strike ast the hard-
property of the Cincinnati Reds. slipped one strike past thehard-
uSoftball Leagues ":"hitting Yankee Joe lammedd the
Rounding out the mound corps is
Steve Siga from he minor leag-i Softball Leagues next pitch for a line drive into
Steve Sibiga from the minor leag- Thi W i Fred's knee. Fred left the gme.
I the infield there ill be a en his Week Fred's knee. Fred left the game.
In the infield there will be a .. Swindells enlisted in the Army
smooth combination of Cuck at December 1941 in Lowell, Mass.,
short, Sweeney on second, Burch T Three softball leagues were open .' and says the Army is like base-
at the hot corner and Mullin on this week at Drew Field under ball; you never know where you're
the initial ,bag. the names of Red, White and Blue. I going.
The outfield will be composed of Each league is composed of Keep 'Em Flying-
Eeight teams with each team play-'
FREE PROMPT DELIVERY ing a total of six games. At the ,,. rn Ree I
Alpine Pa a !end of the season a winner will orp ee
Alpine Package be declared in each league with Fred Swindells recent addition R a W k
Liquor Store the winners of these three loops to the pitching staff of the Drew ecre on or
I ot ore0 playing for the Field champion- Field team. pitched with the Or-
Cor. Broad and Nebraska ship. lando Air Base Wednesday when New personnel has 'been assigned
PHONE S 7568 A trophy will be awarded the the Air Base dropped a 9-2 en- to the A & R tent according to
winner. counter with the Washington Na- an announcement by Lt. DeFor-
-- Keep 'Em Flying-- i tionals. Freddie only gave up one rest today. Cpl. Reeves will be in
Then there's the one about the hit in the game. charge of athletics, Pvt. 0. Z.
Morgan Cigar Co. boy who killed his father and -Pie i W1i-tehead, and Alex Markowitz.
mother and pleaded for leniency Pitching worries were consider- Receation and Pv. Schartz
on the ground that he was an ably lessened for Physical Train- temporary clerk.
manufacturers of orphan. ing Officer. Lt. R.H.R. Risely, of lyin
Maufactmers of IDrew Field last week. The Of-
Tourist Commercial Resident ficer learned Fred Swind ells, From the BOMBSIGHT, Albu-
BONDED HAVANA CIGARS Marlboro Hotel formerly of the Chatlanooga Look- querque Air Base: Is it true Pvt.
outs and Washington Senators, had John W. Allen answered the phone
GEORGE B. SPENCER, Mgr. ;arrived at Drew Field. the other as. follows: "9th Materiel
JUAN DE FUCA Transients $1.00 Per Day Fred has had a short but prom- Orderly -Room. Pvt. Allen recom-
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Drew Takes Opener

(Continued from Page 1)
was the big noise for the losers
with a triple and single.
Burch, Ruggles and Epps each
secured blows for the Drewmen.
THE BOX:


U.S.P.P.
Norona, rf
Mesda, 3b
Goodale, 2-b
Flowers, If
Britt, Ib
Contera, c
Labindro, c
Fultz, cf
Hernandez, p
Dickman, c
Totals
DREW FIELD
Swinney, 2b
Burch, 3b
DREW
Ruggles cf
Wallace, c
Koumrian, If
Giruric:., c
Marvitz, c
McNultz, lb
Smith, rf
Jones, rf
Meyers, ss
Joseph, ss
Epps, p
Moore, p
Totals
Bonelli, 3b
U.S.P.P.
Errors-Mesda,


AB RI H
4 0 0
3 1 2
3 0 0
3 0 1
3 0 0
3 0 1
1 0 0
2 0 0
1 0 0
26 1 4
AB
3 .
3 1
1 0 3 0 0 0 x-4
1 2 1
2 0 0
3 0 0
1 0 0
0 0 0
1 0 0
2 0 0
1 0 0
2 0 0
1 0 0
2 0 1
1 0 0
23 4 3
0 0 0
.0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1
Labandro; Runs
Labandr'o; Runs


batted in-Ruggles; Two base hits
-Mesda, Britt; Three base hits-
Mesda; Stolen bases-Fultz 2, La-
bandro, Koumrians .2; Bases on
balls off:-Hernandez 3, Epps 1,
Moore 1; Struck out by Hernandez
7, Epps 5, Moore 6; Hits off: Epps
-1 in 4 innings, Moore-3 in 3 in-
ning; Passed balls-Giurch; Win-
ning pitcher-Epps; Umpire-Ket-
chell.

SGT. WALTERS IS
RECOVERING
The likeable Staff Sargeant,
Harry A. Walters, of the Base
Medical Detachment is now recup-
erating from and attack of ap-
pendicitis and will be back on his
old job soon.
We hope very soon because we
hear the sergeant will leave on a
furlough shortly to take a bride.
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your new undertaking.
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DREW` FIELD P'LA I Ys acDllt., CHAMPIONS MONDAY


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Dre Fil cosPg


Friday, April 3, 1942


one of their farmhands.
Playing part of the season with
this club, he moved over to the
Cambridge. Maryland. club to fin-
ish the 1939 season.
In the spring of 1940 he report-
ed to the Columbus Red Birds of
Columbus, Georgia, where he did
not take part in a game before
he was sent to another Cardinal
farm, Cooleemee of the North
Carclina State league. While with
this clu b Moore won four games
against five defeats. At this junc-
ture. Moore's flipper picked up a
little soreness due to being over-
worked. Pitching nine games in
13 days was the reason for this.
After a few week's rest he was
notified to report to the Fostoria,
Ohio, team of the Ohio State
league where he finished the 1940
season.
More reported back to the Fos-
toria club in the spring of 1941.
pFrom hmer hei was to be sold to


0< iB I i vs. Medical Det. 553rd Bn. CORPORAL VUNK ACTS
Softball League RED LEAGUE-April 4, Sig. HL AS ATTENDANT
ets deC Wa co. 501st Reg. vs. 661st Sig. Rep Corporal Glen R. Vunk, 501st
Gels Under Way Co. (Front).; April 6, 3rd Rep. Signal Reg., acted as attendant
S Drew Field's Red, -,-hite and Co. 501st Reg. vs. Sig. Hq. Co. 501st to accompany the remains of the
Blue Softball leagues got under- Reg.; April 7, Hq. & Hq. Plotting late Corporal Lawrence C. Zefers
way this week with every organi- Co. 501st Reg. vs. 3rd Rep. Co. to Springfield, N. Y.
zation on the Field represented 501st Reg.; April 8, Com. Co. 503rd
in the three leagues. Reg. vs. Hq. & Hq. Plotting Co. Corporal Vunk was a close friend
Captains of eae team are re- 501st Reg.; April 9, Medical Det. of Cpl. Zefers and went through
quested to get in touch with Physi- 503rd Reg. vs. Hq. & Hq. Sq. 309th high school with the deceased.
cal Training office Lefore each A. B. GP.; April 10, Sig. Hq. & Last Sunday was too cold for
game to find out which diamond Hq. Co. 3rd I. C. vs. 661st Sig. sw mming at Ceawater beach but
they will play on by 5 o'clock, the Rep. Co. (Front). swim Sergeant Burnette andh st
day of their game. All games will:
day of their game. All games will Sergeant Googe were in a helluva
start at 6:15. Tech. Sergeant George W. Smith, rush to get there for some reason,
Schedule of games from April 3 Air Base Detachment, has every What's the reason men? Blonde or
through April 10. right to request a furlough, we' b','unette?
BLUE LEAGUE-Hq. & Hq. Co. Believe. The Sergeant will finish
Rep. Bn. 501st Reg. vs. Frontier ut his enlistment Saturday but
Consolidated; April 4, 2rnd Rep.1 due to regulations he is in for the
Co. 501st Reg. vs. Hq. & Hq. Rep. duration. He says he doesn't mind G & M GROCERY
Bn. 501st Reg.; April 6, 2nd Rep. staying in the service but he sho'
Co. 501st Reg. vs. Plotting Co. 501st nuff would like a furlough so he 1703 E. BROADWAY
Reg.; April 7. Plotting Co. 503rd can take that trip to Georgia and
Reg. vs. Plotting Co. 501st Reg.; Virginia he's been planning.
A ,,il Pl ftinT Cor 5.03rd Re P


Birmnngl am Hurler on

Drew Field Nine


The pitching staff of the Drew
Field baseball team was bolstered
this week when Carlos T. Moore,
foriferly of the Birmingham Ba-
rbns of the Southern association
reported, for his initial workout.
Moore's baseball career began
back at Central high school of
Columbia, Tennessee, where h e
was a brilliant athlete not only in
baseball I',lt basketball and foot-
ball as well. playing four years on
the basketball team and a short
while on the football team until a
broken leg forced him to drop
from the squad.
After finishing high school.
Moore set out on his baseball ca-
reer by signing with Johnson City.
*Tennessee, of the Appalachian
State league in the spring of 1939.
This club was owned by the St.
Louis Cardinals and Moore became


A irlj 11- 11 u> -- v opri1 zsg, _nu. o ij u
the Washington club along with vs. 603rd Signal Co. (Front); April
another player. This deal fell thru 9, Consolidated tFront) vs. Hq. &
and Moore was sold to the Cin- Hq. Sq. 3rd Int. Com.; April 10,
cinnati club from where he was Com. Co. 501st Reg. vs. Hq. & Hq.'
sent to the Birmingham club of Co. Rep. Bn. 501st Reg.
the Southern association. WHITE LEAGUE-April 4, 1st
Finishing the 1941 season with Rep. Co. 501st Reg. vs. Medical
Birmingham where he won four Det. 553rd Bn.; April 6. Air Base
and lost six games. Mcore traded Det. vs. 1st Rep. Co. 501st Reg.;
his baseball uniform for a suit of April 7, Hq. & Hq. Co. 503rd Reg.
khaki tb enlisting in the Army vs. Air Base Det.; April 8, 1st Rep.
in the late fall of 1941. Co. 503rd Reg. vs. Hq. & Hq. Co.
Holding a rating of sergeant, he 503rd Reg.; April 9, 13th Trans-
will be counted on strongly as one port vs. 662nd Signal Rep. Co
of the starters for the 1942 Drew (Front).; April 10, 3rd QM D-
Field baseball team.
Only 21 years old now, Sgt. Winn's Grocery
Moore was one of the rookies that
was counted on to make the maj- BROAbWAY & 41st ST.
or league in a short while, but
he is not worried and says he likes H. WINN
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TWIGS & MERIDIAN AVE. Chinese Staioned Drew Want Action inst Jps
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TAMPA, FLORIDA give us a few mre g guns inYork. Both Pvts. Sing and Bow BACK AT DREW FIELD
China, and we'll take care of the were discharged from the army in,
-- m -,. .Were glad /L.o have Pvt. An- .




Japs." rT-ose were the determined Octol'br, 1941, but were more tian thony J. Strobl, staff artist, back
words of Pvt. Henry Bow, Ameri- willing to come 'back into service with us on the ECHOS. Anthony
can-born Chinese now assigned to when the J apanese blow was was called to his home in Cleve-
CE Drew Field Communic atons struck. land when has grandmother pass-
r I C E Drew Field C o m m u n i c a't 1 n s suk. ied awy.
Company. They were echoed by; The parents of Pvts. Jce Yees aw .
nd Personnel of three of his Chinese friends, Pvt..Nan and Tin Hing Ng are living t has our m n his
DREW FIELDS Joe Yee Nan, and Pvt. Tin Hing in China, but neither has had l
FOR RENT Ng, Plotting Company members word in a good many months con-,
d (Clark also Iy Villa and Pvt. Fong Sing. Communica- cerning them. The last letter Ng
ER CORPORATION tions Company. had from his father took -seven DELUXE DINER
>ER CORPORATION ,tions Company. months to travel .frcm Canton to ELU
Phone 8'22S All four lads were inducted at New York. Pvt. Ng is 25, came to
Fort Dix and have served an ever- New York w'.hen he was 17 and has MARION & ZACK STS.
age of seven months. Each is anx- been in the army six months.
ious to finish his training in this The artistic member of the quar- Regular Meals & Short Orders
country and take an active part in tet is Pvt. Jce Yee Nan, 27, who
fighting against tihe invaders of has painting and amateur photo-1
-his homeland. graphy for hobbies. Nan was also' WE NEVER CLOSE
ee ying Bow, the oldest of the quartet, born in Canton, coming to the
is 37 and has been. in the army United States in 1932, where he
eight mcnt:'s. Born in San Fran- worked as a bookkeeper. He has
THE POST EXCHANGE cisco, he was living in New York at bl'en in the army six montiis. Nan's
the time of his induction. "I mcthr and father were in Hank First ongregational
TAILOR worked in several Chinese restau- Kong according to the last news longreg
rants ti ere," Bow said, "and natur- he had frcm that part of the CHURCH
ally I'm anxious to get back. But world, and he had a brother at-i 2201 Florida Avenue
IFIC I0 first we must win the war." tending hi school there.ER SERV
V. I SPECIAL EASTER SERVICE
Pvt. Fcng Sing, 31, was born" in None of the lads speak a great
Cantcn, coming to Boston, Mass., deal. "We will win", they ;epeat, A Hearty Invitation is extended
when he was 16. Both his mother determinedly as they go quietly to you to attend the services:
and father are dead, but he has'about the business of learning the, 11. a.m and 8 p.m.
incst effective way'of making their Young Peoples Friday at 8 p.m.
MADISON DRUG CO. ds goo.
Franklin and Mladison St.
"UIk. l. M.... f L a._ C... L .... r_" '. ,- FFICE FOIUIPMENT COMPANY


vyne1e in 111 men! o mueiir mealu [erviltFs b3hpJ alnd tat-
WYe Are Anxious to Be of' Ser'vice"


Friday O'Neal
WHOLESALE FURNITURE
1548 Green St. Cor. Rome
Ph. H 1940 -:- Public Welcome
TAMPA, FLORIDA



Compliments of


Murphy McDonald
LUMBER COMPANY

DESOTO PAINTS LUMBER

BIRD ROOFING

Phone H:3081 -:- Phone H3082


TAMPA, FLORIDA


First United Brethren
CHURCH
3300 Nebraska Avenue
"THE FRIENDLY CHURCH"
INVITES YOU
Mens Bible Class 9:45 A. M.
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.
Evening Service 8:00 P. M.


Florida Mattress

Factory
INCORPORATED

OF TAMPA

At Rome and Chestnut Streets

ESTABLISHED IN TAMIPA

THIRTY-ONE YEARS

POSTCFFICE BOX 286
TELEPHONE H 3747


Florida Avenue and Pclk Street

Telephone M 8377


Easter Cards Gifts Atlases


"OUTFITTERS FROM PINS TO SAFES"


CROSLEY CARS
WORLD'S MOST
E'CNCMICAL CAR

Eiangmotors' Sales
17)7 Grand Central
PHONE H 3818


Compliments of

Igiacio Candeleni


Fielder & Mitchell
AWNING CO., INC.
109 S. Franklin Street

TAMPA. FLORIDA

VENETIAN BLINDS
EVERYTHING IN CANVAS

Agtens For U. S. Gov't Charts
P. O. Box 1501 -:- Ph. 3454
IMRS. W. M. FIELDER. Pres.


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