Title: Drew Field echoes
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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).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Volume ID: VID00039
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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DREW SERNVIG ILEU 0PE INS WEDNESDAY


FORT BENNING PIGSKINNERS WILL INVADE DREW ON SUNDAY


Service Club Offers Many Comforts


Drew's star studded Signal
Corps football team will trot out
on Phillips field Sunday after-
noon to meet the Third Armored
Regiment eleven from Ft. Ben-
ning in a football classic between
the two service teams.
In its first game of the season
several weeks ago, Drew dropped
a close 21 to 13 game to the Uni-
versity of Tampa. Drew missed
several scoring chances that
would have changed the picture
with the collegians.
Under the direction of the Phy-
sical Training Department, Drew
has been working out daily at
Plant Field and have rounded
into fine physical shape for the
game Sunday. Under the watch-
ful eye of Lt. Van Sistine, the
team has reached a fine edge and
will be ready for the visitors from
Ft. Benniig.
Ft. Benning will bring an im-
pressive eleven here of former
college, pros and high school stars RECRUITER
fos the Sunday tilt. The visiting
eleven has played some of the
outstanding college and service
.teams in the south and is consid- ."
ered much better than the Ft.
Benning eleven that met Tampa
U. last week. The two Benning
elevens played a 6-6 tie early in
Corporal Julio Pane, who scored
both of Drew's touchdowns ..
against Tampa U., and missed his
third by inches will be at the '*1 ^
fullback slot. Pane, a hard driv-
ing back, will operate from the
able to get more momentum in
his drives. Pane was a former .-
star for the California Aggies, .
where he built up quite a reputa-
tion as a ball carrier.
A new addition to the Drew
eleven since their last game is
Pvt. Seele, former Indiana U. end
and a graduate of this school in '
1941. He will start at one of the ..
flank positions Sunday.
Lt. Whitehead, former tackler '
of the Tennessee Vols and Pfc.
James Parrish of Utah will hold Pictured above is Pvt. Harry
down the starting assignment at Gore, of the 501st Signal AW
the two tackle positions. Both Regiment, who recently returned
boys tip the scales above the 210 to Drew Field from a tour of the
mark. (Plenty of beer for some- southeastern state..
body).
The two guard positions will Pvt. Gore, an advertising and
probably by held down by An- publicity man in New York City
tonoff of Pittsburg and Wisniew- before entering the Army, was a
ski in the starting lineup, member of a recruiting squad
If you like to see good football, sent out by working out of the
he present at Phillips stadium Fourth Service Command. They
Sunday afternoon. Kick off time promoted the recruitment of ra-
is 3 p. m. s dio and mechanical specialists for
Probable starting lineup for the Air Forces, touring Tennes-
Drew: re, Seele; rt, Smelt or see, the biggest cities in Tennes-
Whitehead; rg, Given or Anton- see, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida
off; c, Collins or Bowman, Ig, and Georgia.
Wisniewski; It, Parrish; le, Kar- Starting out on August 15. he
bowiak or Kimble; qb, Quinn; handled the radio and publicity
lhb, Armstrong; Ib, Pane, rhb. work. He broadcasted several
Lennon. times daily in Knoxville, Mem-
___ phis. Jackson. Birmingham. Mia-
S Gen. Eisenhower mi, Tampa and Columbus. Ga.
Lt- Ge Eenh er In addition to radio and news-
Wins By a Rumor paper work, he spoke at Chat-
Lt. Gen. Dwight (Ike) Eisen- (Continued on Page 8)
shower pulled a fast one and may aci
have fooled the Hitler stooges Toys Teach Tactical
who would like to know what's Ti-c
in the back of the U. S. General's rick
mind.
He sent one of his aides to buy CAMP ROBERTS, Calif.-Sol-
heavy winter clothing just before diers play with toys-during their
the African offensive was launch-: training hours. Miniature battle-
ed, thereby starting a rumor that fields peppered with fuel oil
the attack was to go through a tanks, buildings, riflemen, ma-
northern area, possibly Norway. chine-gunners and mortar men
Maybe the "inside dope" got to have been constructed and are
Germany and maybe it didn't used to teach infantry tactics to
but Norwegian defenses were soldiers of an infantry training
strengthened very suddenly. battalion here.
When things broke in Africa, a The miniature tactic tract is
lot of people were very much the brain child of Lt. John 0.
surprised. Garrison.


Announcing the

AAF Journal,

"Air Force"

The rapidly expanding Army
Air Forces now has an Official
Service Journal which was de-
signed especially for air force
men.
Copies will soon be distributed
to every field-enough copies to
be read by every AAF officer,
enlisted man and Cadet within
the continental limits of the
United States.
AIR FORCE will be written al-
most entirely within the AAF by
men at the front, by technicians
inr the field, and by specialists at
Headquarters.
The new magazine, formerly
AIR FORCES NEWS LETTER.
will keep the men informed on
the activities of AAF personnel
in the combat zones and on the
home front.
It will include articles on com-
bat action, technical innovations,
and new training methods. It will
report revisions of official policy
and new opportunities in the
Army Air Force. There will be
plenty of illustrations. Soldier art
and the humorous touch will
lighten its pages.
This magazine will be distribut-
ed through field channels only.

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Pictured above are part of the men who were review on Thanksgiving Day by Col. Melvin B. Asp,
Base Commander, and Col. Benjamin Stern. Commanding Officer of the AWUTC.


Fred Waring, Noted Orchestra Leader,

To Dedicate His Radio Program to

The Opening; WFLA to Carry Program

Eagerly awaited by Drew Field enlisted men, the formal opening
of the new Enlisted Men's Service Club will take place next Wednes-
day evening, Dec. 9, at 8 p.m.
In conjunction with the opening, Fred Waring, the
noted orchestra leader, will dedicate his "Chesterfield Pleas-
sure Tiune" program to the Serv-
16 EM'S Appointed ice Club. Men of Drew Field are
W rrnt Officers(JG) selecting by vote the "Victory"
Warrant Offiers (JG) tunes which he will feature .on
S his broadcast. Station WFLA,
On November 30, 16 enlisted Tampa, will broadcast the show
men hit the jackpot when they at 7 p.m., with the Red Network
were discharged from the service of the National Broadcasting
in order to accept appointments Company carrying it over 102
as Warrant Officers (JG). The stations.
following men now prefix Mr. to Two hundred girls and women
their names: from Tampa University, USO
T/Sgt. Clyde W. Abel and clubs, the Defense Mothers and
T/Sgt. Robert M. Gabriel, of the the American Legion Auxiliary
314th Base Headquarters and Air will help to lift the lid at the
Base Squadron; M/Sgt. Joseph club's opening. Stage entertain-
Baamonde, of the Det. Finance ment will be supplied by the De-
Dept., 314th Base Hq. & Air Base fense Recreation Committee of
Sq.; S/Sgt. Jack.Barber, T/Sgt. Tampa, and Warrant Officer Les-
George W. Fry, T/Sgt. A. C. Link, ter Baker and his Drew Field
T/Sgt. Arthur Meckler, M/Sgt. Doughboys will furnish the music
Lawrence E. Ryan, and M/Sgt. for the dancing as well as stage
Loster V. Smith, of the 7th 76th. entertainment.
Born. Sq.; M/Sgt. John W. Eilers, The new Enlisted Men's Serv-
of the 337th Fighter Group; S/Sgt ice Club. one of the most impor-
Gordon R. Murphy, of the Hq., tant additions to the expanding
337th Fighter Group; 1/Sgt. Hil- recreational and educational fa-
liard H. Hanna, 308th Sig. Co. cilities of Drew Field, has a
Avn; Sgt. Thomas P. King, 504th roomy, commodious, tastefully
Sig. AW Bn; Sgt. John B. Morgan, furnished auditorium which will
551st Sig. AW Bn.; and T/Sgt. serve as a dance floor as well as
Harold H. Schooler and Sgt. Billy a lounge for men in uniform dur-
T. Senn, of the 503rd Sig. AW Bn. ing their off-duty hours. And
Before being qualified for ap- above it, skirting it on all sides,
pointment, the new WO's had to is a narrow balcony on which
pass a rigid classification exami- tables and chairs are arranged
nation.
nation. ,for letter writing.
Under a recent war department for letter writing.
order, all warrant and flight of- Other accommodations of the
ficers will rate a salute and the club building include a cafeteria,
privilege of membership in offi- a large spacious library, a small
cers' messes. Warrant officers are comfortable lounge and some of-
distinguished by a red bar with fice space.
a gold stripe, which is worn in In order to avoid a congestion,
the same manner as an officer's only three per cent of the field's
rank insignia. Flight officers wear enlisted personnel will be invited
a similar bar with the color blue to attend the opening. A repre-
substituted for red. Both warrant sentative from each organization,
and flight officers rank between on the field is urged to come to
enlisted men and commissioned the Special Services Office, Build-
officers. ing T-212, corner of Second street
and North Avenue B, before 5:00
tile E ibit O n p.m. on either Monday or Tues-
eptile Eh it pen day in order to receive tickets.
Mr. Geo. End, of Rattlesnake,
'Fla., has notified the P.R.O. they GOOD GUTESSER. Winner of.
have reopened their Reptile Ex- last week's football pool at the
hibit. Lectures are given to those Rolla, Mo., USO Club was Sgt.
going through and it takes about G. R. Hawkes, of Fort Leonard
30 minutes. The boys can bring Wood, who was awarded a Water-
their cameras and take pictures. man pen and pencil set for pick-
Admission 30c. ing 10 out of the 12 winners.







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Army Develops New HULLABALOO FROM DREW Staff Sergeant Thomas
Butter Product for he Secial Servie Oice an-- To Marry Miss Swann
tter Productnounces with great pride its latest
Soldiers in Tropics panor raising money for the Familiar o those who work
new Band Shell they've been Familiar to those who work
Sn type food productplanning for some time. They in- around Base Headquarters is
A new type food product, tend to take a revue, HULLA- S/Sgt. William George Thomas,
lnu\oin as Army Spread and in- BALOO FROM DREW, out on whose engagement to Miss Gene-
teni primarily for soldiers in tour. All the talent for the show vieve Barbara Swann was an-
ropic. stations, has been devl-ctors, singers, artists,musicians, nounced Sunday by her parents.
by the Quart asterwriters, and directors will be men Mj. and Mrs. Edmond John
of Drew Field. They are working Swann, of Tampa. The wedding
Arr:y Spread is a combination on the project when they can will take place some time in
of cr,:.Amery butter, fresh cheese spare time f;uom their regular January.
*curd, and skim milk powder. The duties. Miss Swann, a native of St.
butter fat content of the new Paul, Minn., has lived in Tampa
canned "ubtt butter" is not less The 1an is to book the show for most of her life. She is grad-
than ,(-I.; for one night stands in all the uate of Plant High School. She
It u ill not melt when in con- surrounding towns, and all the is a granddaughter of Theodore
tainer- below a temperature of profits will go to the Band Shell D. Coe, Tampa artist, and Mrs.
120 degrees Fahrenheit, w reas Fund. The 69th Air Force Band Coe.
an easier butter substitute issued and the orchestra will play the Sgt. Thomas is a member of a
to the Army, known as Carter music for the show, all of which pioneer Pennsylvania family and
Spread, melted at 110 degrees.I are original songs written by one a descendant of one of the signers
Both Army Spread and Carter of the enlisted men. The blackout of the Declaration of Indepen-
Sprean are products of the Quar- sketches have all been written on dence. He was born in Millville,
telm'terl Subsitence Laborato- the Base by one of the soldiers. N.J., and was graduated from
lry, Cticagor Illinoiste b Sets and costumes are now under- Upper Darby High School, Upper
y, Clca, way, and the Special Services Darby, Pa. Until his entrance into
Office expects some quick results. the Army in September, 1941, he
SIC. HQ. & HQ. CO., A.WS. The temporary opening date was connected with Hutchinson,
I i FIGHTER COMMAND has been set for New Year's Eve. Rivinus & Co., of Philadelphia.

S I N A L German mother: "Remember, EVERY PAY DAY BUY MORE
S I Fritzie, when you are saying your WAR BONDS AND STAMPS.
By CPL. LARRY RALSTON prayers to say 'Thank God' and
'Thank Herr Hitler'."
The Signal Hq. & Hq. Co., with Fritzie: "What will I say, moth-
Christmas coming on. plan to er, when. Hitler dies?"
iave a party. 1st Sgt. Gantz, T. German mothelu "Oh, dear, you
Sgt. roanisee and T. Sgt. Woods just s German mother: "Oh, dear, you
are ornt hp hommittp mkio ill say 'Thank God'."


the arrangements. The commit-
tee reports that due to 50 percent
of the men having to stay on the
base at all times, the party will
be held in the day room. These
plans are tentative, and can be
changed at any time. The party
will be in the form of a smoker.
I An innocent looking woman
came dushing into a grocery
store and, dashing up to the clerk.
wanted to buy 10 pounds of cof-
fee. The clerk asked her in a stu'-
prlsed tone why she wanted so
much at one time, and she re-
plied, "I want to beat these
darned old hoarders."
The situation around Tampa is
acute, but what about the poor
soldiers in North Africa who
can't even clear their throats in
front of a woman. It's a real hard-
ship on the boys who are accus-
tomed to caring every girl they
meet "sugar." Now that's the kind
of rationing that really hurts.
It is rumored that fish may
have to be rationed soon. We are
sorry to report this, but it seems
so many fish have been poisoned
by Chose 24.000 Japs.
First Rookie: Did you know
that my sergeant talks to him-
self?
Second Ditto: So does mine.'but
he doesn't know it. He thinks
someone is listening.



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DOTS AND DASHES HQS. CO., REPTG. BN. 308th SIGNAL CO. (WING)
PLOTTING COMPANY, 564th EP RT S SPJ A R K S
By SGT. E. S. PERRY By Sgt. Irving Rosenthal By CPL. ROLPH FAIRCHILD
Most of the news of the past and S Lester hearThe company C.O., Lt. Carl W.
week should be about two kinds T/4 Joe Weinbren claims that Roe, pulled a fast one when he
of grub-the kind you eat and he has broken the record for pull blew into headquarters last Sun-
the kind you dig-but a few tid- overs. (Horizontal weight lifting).
bits of rumblings and grumblings The record for his weight is 112 day A. M. He was not expected
have come to light. For instance, pounds and he has surpassed the until Monday. There was a good
everybody had a swell turkey record by 13 pounds. Sgt. Lichota deal of astonishment among the
dinner and the trimmings last brought his barbells and dumb- EM, particularly on the part ofI
Thanksgiving, but some of the bells to his present barracks and Pf. Earl E. Cupp, the first to
men missed out and didn't get is giving instructions in weight
any nuts-ask Hubbell. And then lifting to some of the more am- run into the unannounced C.O.
the form chart shows that Pvt. bitious boys. There were a lot of expressions
Fogarty will leave the post soon 1st Sgt. Miller bought two of pleasure, too, as the news
single, but probably will come tickets for Drew field's football spread.
back double. Cpl. Soja, the sprout game Sunday. Can the extra Another shift-a permanent one
in our patch, showed veterans ticket be for the resent heart- unfortunately-was the notice on
Herring, Ludwig, etc., how to beat, Sarge? With so many fel- Monday that 1st Sgt. Hilliard H.
play pinocle. The way that los bringing so many pretty Hanna would leave to become a
Guidon passes from barracks to gilws to the game, it's a toss-up warrant officer. Of course every-
barracks (meaning the Best" which to watch. one is glad to see his advance.
means that competition is keen, That will not conceal the fact,
mbut that's what Barracks No. Congratulations to Pct. Jeffries, however, that the whole outfit
likes, and when you're the Best Sgt. McElhiney and Sgt. Mc- will miss his colorful personality,
in the best Company of the best Clenahan on their being appoint- his 16 years in the service. If any
Battalion, you've ot IT. ed as aviation cadets. T/4 Mueller, non-com knows more about the
The circus wasa big hit last Corporals Bauer, Schipani, Bryant "AR's" and Army ways and
The circus was a big hit last and Bruton, T/5 Crogman and means than Sgt. Hanna, he never
Monday night (pay night) and a Miltier also get the congratula- appeared in the East End.
Vbig bunch went over to see the tions and good wishes of the As if that were not enough,
new freaks, sideshows and big boys for being appointed to OCS. came a capper. S/Sgt. James .
stuff. The elephants and monkeys But CorporalBruton went even Finnigan, the only man in the
reminded everyone of somebody further. He was married Monday copany who could hold his cwn
ee eety evening at 6:30 p.m. at Chapel t trading stories with Sgt Han-
they went to town, and how they No. 1. The second of our boys to na, was given a medical dis-
ever gut back, with buses what be tied in the Drew field manner. charge. He went to the base hos-
they are, is a mystery no one can Pvt. Phillips and his violin were pital at MacDill on the twenty-
solve. But the trains run a little i hina'- ill o nt twenty
solve. But the trains run a little there to add that extra something. third and returned Monday to
better and so some men are head- tr aa tiext third and returned Monday to
better and so some men are head- T/5 Accardo waitedstill he went break the bad news.
ed fT home barns: S/Stp. GLud- on furlough to get married. But Both of them hate 'corn,' but
wig, T/4 renter, Cp Good- now he's back and can give you -Well, Soldiers, this outfit is
Ps. Hassle cIntdrHeadlay wal more details on bachelorhood vs. really going to miss both of you.
do their Xmas shopping earlyand marriage. And next time we head down
do their Xmas shopping early'and
in home territory where snow- Congratulations to T / S g t: Tampa way, we'll pause to drink
balls fly through the air with Schooler and Sgt. Billey Senn to your good health and good
the greatest of ease. for their being appointed warrant luck.
Rapid fire: Here today, gone officers. They are swell guys and People around and about swear
t api firew: Here today, gonwe wish them lots of luck. this is true, but it seems doubt-
tomorrow: anybody's pay check. We of this Company owe Lt. ful. Anyway, the story goes that
At the Tampa Terrace a young Knox at least three cheers-and Lt. Hall called Sgt. Paul E. Gra-
lady asked for Taylor Whiskey- a bunch of good wishes. For the ham's attention to some dust on
I din t stay to see which hew months that he was our C.O. a certain young lady's picture.
got. Sgt. O'Brien stows away he did a swell job and there was "Well, you see, sir," Graham is
sandwiches that would make
sandgw gre thwit would, man not a man in the Company who said to have replied, "it really
Dagwood green with envy,m and wanted to see him leave, isn't an accident. I haven't had
a halfdozen of them is iust an Lt. Baruch, our new C.O. who a letter from her for over a week
peered fast. Pvts. Gardolla and replaced Lt. Knox, is very cap- and ve decided not to dust off
Henson got their eyes on some- able, progressive and aggressive to her picture until I hear from
ienson got tneir eyes on some- fulfill his new assignment. The her."
thing nice down at the liPaddock. Company is for ou100%, Lt Lt. Hall paused a moment, then
not, Cpl. Soja is the speed champ Baruch, and we are sure you will observed, "If she has dusted you
in beer drinking-his record is make your new duties as C.O. off, it seems ou ought to do as
6 12-oz glasses in 32 seconds. Our a success. much for her."
new walks sho there's Ltan en- "While we're sitting in the TALKS TOO MUCH
Voorhees and Singer joined our moonlight, I'd like to ask you-" Policeman: Speak to the judge.
company S-Welcome. Pvts. M-o "Yes, darling?" Prisoner: Hello, Judge.
Elwee and Shaddy areon the "If we couldn't move over. I'm Judge: Twenty years; next
bridal (or is it bridle?) path. sitting on a nail." case.
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Paqe 4 DREW FIELD E~KOES Friday, December 4, l~42


The Drew Field Echoes

GLENN R. ROSS, Publisher
TAMPA ARMY NEWSPAPERS
Business Office:
1115 FLORIDA AVENUE
P. O. Box 522 TAMPA, FLORIDA Phone 2177
All advertisements contained in this newspaper are also contained
in the MacDill Fly Leaf. Minimum joint circulation. 10,000 copies.
ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON REQUEST
A newspaper published exclusively for the personnel of Drew
Field and devoted to military interests and the United Nations
Victory.
Opinions expressed in this newspaper are those of the individual
writers and under no circumstances are they to be considered those
of the United States Ai:my. Advertisements in this publication do
not constitute an endorsement by the War Department or its per-
sonnel of the products advertised.


Wedding of the Week
Mrs. Sally Lee Potter and Sgt.
Chris O. Schlobohm were married
in an impressive double ring cere-
mony at First Christian church,
Tampa.
A large gathering of relatives
and friends witnessed the cere-
mony, which was performed by
Chaplain Carl W. Hewlett, of
Drew field. An elaborate program
of nuptial music was presented
by Dr. Nella A. Crandall, organ-
ist; Sgt. Harry Zigun, violinist,
and Clare Johnson, tenor, ins-
tructor at Florida Military aca-
demy at St. Petersburg.
Miss. Carolyn Lewis, sister of
the bride, was her only attend-
ant, and Sgt. O. Z. Whitehead, of
Drew field was best man. Ushers
were James C. Handly and Luther
Cobbey.
Mrs. Schlobohm, daughter of
Mrs. Sallie Lee Lewis, a descend-
ant of Gen. Robert E. Lee on her
maternal side, came to Tampa in
girlhood from Lexington, Ky. and
was graduated with honors from
Hillsborough high school. She
has spent several years in the
study of piano and voice, both
in Tampa and at the Sherwood
College of Music in .Chicago, and
has also taken extension courses
in public school music from the
University of Florida. She has ap-
peared frequently on musical pro-
grams in Tampa, and has been
soloist in several Tampa churches.
Sergeant Schlobohm was born
in Elkton, S. D., a member of a
family of pioneer settlers of that
state. He received his education
at Brookings, S. D., high school
and South Dakota State college.
He enlisted in the regular army
at 21 and has had a wide experi-
ence at various posts, particularly
on the west coast and in Hono-
lulu. He did research work for
several years at Fort Snelling,
St. Paul, Minn. He came to Tam-
pa in the early summer, and is
an instructor at Drew field.
CHURCH CALL
Catholic
Mass Sunday, 6:15 a. m.,
Chapel No. 2.
Mass Sunday, 9:00 a. m.,
Chapels No. 1 and 2.
Protestant
Service Sunday, 11:00 a. m.,
Chapels No. 1 and No. 2.
Service Sunday, 7:30 p. m.,
Chapel No. 1.
Jewish
Service Friday, 8:00 p. m.,
Chapel No. 1.
4


The 303d Fighter Squadron
of Sarasota, Florida, would
like to arrange- games or
matches in the following
sports: Basket ball, volley ball,
softball, baseball, boxing and
bowling. Any team or organi-
zation desiring to arrange
games, contact the Physical
Training Officer of the 303d
Fighter Squadron at the Sara-
sofa Air Base, Sarasota, Fla.


Laff of the Week
Pvt. Arthur Hazen, of Wey-
auwega, Wis., recently enlisted
in the Army Air Forces and
was sent to Keesler Field,
Miss., where he passed the
rigid physical examination for
aerial gunnery training. A few
lays later he received a card
Trom his draft board back
lome advising him he had
)een placed in Class 4-F!
Sergeant: What's the first thing
you do when cleaning a rifle?
Private: Look at the number.
Sergeant: And what's that got
to do with it?
Buck: To make sure it's my
gun.

DREW FIELD


Miss Eulah Mae Snider, Base L
of the book borrower's privilege.
tered 139 men, on the second an
registered. Forty-six states and th
York supplying more than any otl
Drew Field's spacious new li-
brary, one of the many new re-
creational and educational facili-
ties made available to the air

base soldiers in their off duty
hours by the Special Services
Office, is now in full operation.
A quiet atmosphere prevails in
the tastefully furnished library.
Its walls are mahogany painted,
its windows are cretonne curtain-
ed, and on the whole it is as up
to date as the average sized city
library.


S( r0y By Sgt. John F. Suszynski
SPvt. Robert J. Crow of Denver,
Colorado joined our Band this
Week. .Now Cpl. Joe Regis has
Someone else to blame for the
clinkers that come out of the
O former "one-man" alto horn sec-
tion.
SCpl. Bud Estes, now on fur-
S- lough, will be a sad guy when
O he learns what he missed at Sara-
sota last week. Before the concert
Which we were scheduled to give
at the Army and Navy Club, the
Band was treated to some real
Southern hospitality at the Lid
Beach. The party was arrange
by the hostesses of the Sarasoi
Servicemen's Club the iterr
of interest were HOSTESSES,
food, dancing, and a view of the
S. setting sun. Bud's exhibition of
"fancy" diving would have been
appropriate on the program .
the pool was drained that morn-
D a -- ing.
S-Before Bud left for his fur-
lough, he held the title "NCO in
I know it doesn't fit. sir, but it's as close to a zoot suit as I can get. Charge of Latrine Orderlies"-
when your scribbler, through po-
LIBRARY NOW OPEN TO SOLDIERS litical subterfuge (ETC), was
LIBRARY NOW OPEN Tchosen to substitute forBud dur-
ing his absence, the title was con-
:. siderably shortened; I'm not cer-
tain that it was altogether for the
sake of brevity the condensed
Sr- Tversion wasn't exactly flattering
I'm waiting to see what variation
p of the title Cpl. Booth will be
honored' with, now that he has
inherited the coveted plum.
Our "Irish" Tenor, T/Sgt. Eaton
was such a howling success at a
recent Tuesday Band Concert at
'the Arena here, that a baritone
soloist had to be imported for
S last week's program... (you can
make of that what you will,
S. ,Sarge).
.." "are Pfc. Sam Schiavone and his
Baritone saxophone did their bit
on last Friday's "Drew Field Pre-
S'-.sents" Radio Show. Sam did an
old favorite, "Please Don't Talk
About Me When I'm Gone," for
his number I wonder where
I 1he thinks he's going???
] Speaking of the "Drew Field
SPresents" radio program, Warrant
Officer L. G. Baker has finally
S. consented to a broadcast by our
.. : Dance Orchestra, and if you tune
*. in WFLA at nine o'clock tonight,
You'll hear the gang under the
direction of Sgt. Luukkonen, fea-
.. turning special arrangements by
pls. Estes and Russ Hoier. If a
S. shock-proof microphone can be
.. found in the place, Cpl. Jerry
.. Sedlak may try a bit of vocalizing
*. .: '-':' so far, the microphones here
S (at the Officers Club, and at Sara-
sota) haven't been able to stand
librarian, is shown registering some of the men availing themselves Jerry's gaff
On the library's opening day Miss Snider and her assistants regis-
additional 77, and at the end of the first week more than 500 were TWO Soldiers Walk
re District of Columbia were represented in the registration, New Si Miles In Jungl
her state, with Pennsylvania next and Illinois third.X I n ungle
Located in the right wing of readers. Many alcoves at the left To Church -Sunday
the new service club which will side of the library provide suf- For almost a year two soldiers
open on Wednesday, Dec. 9, it ficient shelf space for the future of a coast artillery battery sta-
affords more efficient handling needs of the library which now tioned in Panama have walked.
of books and records than the houses 2200 new books as well six miles through the jungle each
old library. It also provides a as the best already on hand at Sunday to attend church services,
larger and more comfortable the old library. New books will the War Department has been in-
reading room for men in uniform continue to be added, formed.
who come to study and browse. On the second floor is a read- The soldiers are PFC George-
Its needs are covered amply on ing and magazine room. Tables, W. Morang, of Dodge, Mass., and
two floors. The far right end and chairs and magazines racks fill Pvt. Franklin L. Watson, of
one side ofthe first floor is given the spacious floor. Popular, pic- Kenly, N. C. Both are Baptists.
over to tables and comfortable trial and technical magazines The services are conducted by
chairs for the convenience of are at the disposal of the reader. CChaplain Johri F. Daniels.


DRF'\x, FIIET.D E^-'OES


Fr.,dsy, December 4, 1942


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ON THE SPOT
Sunday
8:00 P.M., Base Arena-Com-
munity Sing.
The Community Sing has re-
ceived new life and vitality with
the addition of Sunday Night
-Movies. Last Sunday. night the
Chesterfield Cigarette Company
sent out a full hour and a half
show of short subjects and sing
cartoons. The innovation proved
so successful that it is intended
to repeat the showing of movies
every Sunday night. Let us know
if you like the new Sunday Sing
Programs.
Monday
8:00 P. M. Base Arena-Variety
Show.
Every Monday night the em-
phasis at the Base Arena is on
dancing. These civilian variety
shopws feature the best of Tampa's
d& ig talent with songs thrown
inr,,f good measure. Every week
a new group takes over. Next
week an especially good enter-
tainment is planned.
Tuesday
7:00 P.M., Base Arena-Band
Concert.
to the Band Concerts has been
to the Band oCncerts has been
highly applauded by the au-
dience. Each week the band
brings a thorough program of fa-
vorite numbers that goes over big
with the men. John Hession
brought his baritone last week.
This Tuesday a new surprise is
promised as a highlight for the
concert.
Wednesday
8:00 P.M., Base Arena--All
Soldier Show.
This show has brought to light
each week some astonishing new
talent among the men. It is from
the weekly Wednesday shows that
the cast will be drawn for -HUL-
LABALOO FROM DREW. If you
haven't been to see these shows,
try next Wednesday.
8:00-P. M., Service Club-Open-
ing Night Dance.
This is the first of a series of
weekly Wednesday night dances.
After the opening, Tampa Uni-
versity will send dance partners
out every Wednesday. The music
will be furnished by Warrant
Officer Baker's Doughboys.
Thursday
8:00 P.M., Base Arena-Civi-
lian Variety Show.
The Defense Recreation Com-
mittee sends out another of its
weekly shows. These entertain-
ments bring humorous readings,
dance numbers and singers, as
'well as some fine instrumental
numbers.
Friday
8:00 P.M., Service Club-Dance.
The American Legion Auxiliary
and the Defense Mothers of Tam-
pa will sponsor the first in a
series of weekly Friday dances at
the.Enlisted Men's Service Club.
There will be plenty of good
music and lots of partners.


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241 HYDE PARK AVE.


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Large Variety of Xmas Gifts
We Wrap for Mailing
107 E. Lafayette St.


WHITE ROSE BAR
Paul Webber, Prop.
LIQUORS, WINES, BEER
AND CIGARS
Cor. Cass and Marion Sty.
Phone 4502


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By the "dawn's early light" we
greet you bright and early every
morning with our regular Drew
Field Reveille over WFLA-7:05
to 7:25 a.m., to be exact. This
is your show, men, designed for
your listening pleasure with the
kind of music you want, when
you want it Let's have more
listeners and more requests.
You have been a swell audience
and if you continue to support
Drew Field radio shows the way
you have in the past, we can
count on having here such pop-
ular favorites as Frankie Masters,
Bob Hope, Glenn Miller, Tommy
Dorsey and many others.-All we
have to do is show them how
enthusiastic we can be for good
entertainment and they will be
here-no foolin'...
You can show that enthusiasm
right now men. Each organiza-
tion on this field will have an
opportunity to vote for the mu-
sical numbers to be played on
Fred Waring's Special Dedication
Broadcast, Dec. 9th 1942. Here's
what each man must do. Right
now every organization has vote
sheets or ballots showing the
tunes available for that broad-
cast. They are listed in three
groups... A, B and C. If each
man will make it a point to sign
these sheets with the name of the
tune "he likes best in all three
groups. We'll know at this end
that you are REALLY interested
in your field. .. Remember this:
You are the ones responsible for
planning this big National Radio
Broadcast. .. Cast Your Ballot
for the tunes YOU want Fred
Waring to play on the Dedication
Broadcast which will officially
open the new Drew Field Service
Club... The date of the opening
again-Dec. 9th 1942.
Fred Waring's broadcast WFLA
,7:00 to 7:15 p.m. Dec. 9th. 1942.
LET'S MAKE IT A LANDSLIDE,
fellas. ..
And here's your radio schedule
for the week:
Monday through Sat., WFLA,
(970 K. C.) 7:05 to 7:25 A.M.
(Drew Field Reveille).
Tuesday evening, WFLA (970
K.C.) 6:30 to 6:45 P. M. (The
Squadronaires).
Thursday evening, WDAE (1250
K. C.) 8:35 to 8:55 P.M. (Rookie
Roy's Scrapbook).
Friday evening, WFLA (970
K.C.) 9:00 to 9:30 P.M. (Drew
Field Star Parade).


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ENTERTAINMENT OFFERED
Captain Chester K. Delano,
Base Special Service Officer re-
quests the Unit Special Services
Officers and the Unit Command-
ing Officers to make their Special
Services arrangements off the
Base through his office. It has
been brought to his attention that
various officers and enlisted men
have been approaching radio sta-
tions in town, theatre managers,
and recreational organizations for
help with their individual pro-
grams. This has made for a great
deal of confusion and a general
diffusion of effort, all of which
could be avoided by working with
and through the Special Services
Office.
For information and sugges-
tions about duties of and sugges-
tions for Special Services acti-
vities in individual outfits, Cap-
tain Delano would like to call
attention to TM 21-205. This is a
complete setup of games, sug-
gested shows, and activities to be
carried on en route to duty
abroad and in the field. For other
suggestions get in touch, with the
Base Special Services Office.
They are so organized that they
can help with all headaches with
games, entertainments and the
like. Give them a ring, or drop in
and see what they have to offer.

The Special Services Office has
encouraged the Unit Special
Services Officers to arrange pro-
grams of games, parties and en-
tertainments for the individual
outfits within the company areas.
Several of the companies and
battalions have held some inter-
esting events within the week.
The 704th Sig. AW. Co. held a
series of Obstacle Course Races,
with prizes for the three leading
contestants. The prizes were sure
welcome since they were tickets
for the home games of the Drew
Field football team. There, was
plenty of excitement and lots of
fun at some of the spills. Inciden-
tally, this same outfit is working
in its area, building a couple of
Volleyball, Courts, a Football
Field for Touch Football, and
they are now busy erecting hori-
zontal bars and digging jumping
pits. Their bowling team is about
ready for action, too.
On the subject of bowling
teams, the Hq. Co. of the 566th.
has something to say on the sub-
ject. They say they're pretty good.
The outfit has been making quite
a few hikes lately, ending with
campfire entertainment. For real
entertainment, there's n o t h i ng
like the open air with a couple
of good songs, a guitar, and a
few jokes. It might be worthwhile
for the other outfits to look into
this form of fun.


Welcome to St. Petersburg


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SERVICE MEN Read The

TAMPA ARMY
NEWSPAPERS
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ST. PETERSBURG
REPRESENTATIVE

HOWARD EDSALL
416 Beach Drive. North
Phone 88-124



WATSON'S
DINING ROOM
553 Fourth Avenue, North
Specializing in Steaks and
Home Cooked Meals
At St. Petersburg

Sportsman Billiard Parlor

228 Central Avenue

St. Pete, Fla., Phone 50-612
"The Store That Value Built"
BERKMAN'S
Diamonds Jewelry Luggage
Gifts
Next to S-P Cafe
538 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg, Fla.


THE NORMANDIE.
414 Fourth Ave., North
St. Petersburg
STEAM HEAT
Reasonable Rates-Day, Week
or Season.
"Only 4 blocks to Main Busi-
ness Center."


Attention Soldiers Bargains
in Unredeemed Pledges. Dia-
maands, Watches Jewelry.
We Specialize on Watch and
Jewelry Repairing. Also En-
graving.
PROVIDENT LOAN CO.
206 Florida Theater Bldg.


NIKKO INN
19 1st St. No. Phone 6720
Air Cinditioned, Private
Dining Rooms, Chinese and
American Meals


Gilbert System Hotel
Betty C. Mitchell, Mgr.
746 Central Ave. St. Petersburg
Phone 7864
"Your Honle Away from Home"
You Are Always WVelconme
A phone In Every Room
Hot and Cold Water All Times

Service Men JEWELRY and
GIFTS for Every Member of
the Family.
Wrapped and Mailed for Your
Convenience-Anywhere,
PARAMOUNT GIFT SHOP
322 Central Ave. St. Petersburg


Authorized Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF TAMPA


MONEY LOANED
ON ANYTHING OF VALUE
TAMPA LOAN CO.
"TAMPA'S OLDT.ST AND
I OST LIIIHEIAL"
9OS FRANKLIN STREET


T. W. RAMSEY
LUMBER COMPANY
We Specialize In
Mill Work & Cabinets
We can furnish material for
Repairs and F. H. A. Loans
Phone Y 1219 17th St. & 6th Ave

"Soldiers Favorite EatinR Place"
STEAKS AND CHOPS
A SPECIALTY

ELITE
RESTAURANT
TAMPA AND TWIGGS STS.


Armenia Floral Gardens
clearlyy Fresh Flowers"
Corsages 'n Everything
Ph. S 55-341. 4500 Armenia Ave.


Flowers For Mother,
Sweetheart or Friend
POWELL'S INC., FLORIST
412 Tampa St. Ph. 2524
Open 'Til 7 P. M.


LAFAYETTE HOTEL
E. A. CLAY, Manager
120 West Lafayette Street
East Side of Bridge
Phone M-5588

SERVICEMEN
Alfredo Y Familia
Fancy Groceries Free Delivery
1601 N. HOWARD AVE.
DIAL H25-564


CULP LUMBER CO.
'Everything to Build Anything'
Millwork Made To Order
500 Packwood
Ph. H 1862 -:- Tampa


Phone H-3787
McASKILL MUSIC STORES
Radios and Repairing
Sound and Inter Communicating
Systems
Authorized Capehart and Scott
Radio Service
1116 Grand Central

SERVICE MEN

ALBERTUS HOTEL
A Home Away From Home
956 Twiggs M-1339


White Way
LAUNDRY
2S06 Armenia Ave., Near Michigun
Phone II-3SbS

T OWNSEND
Sash- Door o_
& Lumber Co.
LUMBER & MILLWORK
ROOFING AND PAINT
-FHA LOANS-
PHONE H 4891
N. Rome & Fuller Street


Air Base Bus

Lines, Inc.

30 Minute Service to Both
Fields At All Hours


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For Further Information


Call 3286





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DELICATESSEN
All Kinds of Herring, Lox and
Smoked Fish. Imported and Do-
mestic Cheeses. Kosher Wines.
All Kinds of Sandwiches
Open Till 11 P.M.
805 Gr. Central, Ph. H 29-842



HENRY HOWKEE CO.
CHINESE HAND LAUNDRY
Satisfaction Guaranteed
504 Tyler Street


LOANS-MONEY TO LEND
Diamonds- Watches Jewelry
Silverware
Diamonds at a Big Savi n
A. L. ECKART
409 Tampa Street

"WE LIKE TO SERVE"
Service Men and Families

Nebraska, Hotel
Moderate Rates
2815 Nebraska Ave.
Ph. M 53-631


TOWNE'S
TAMJPA STEAM LAUNDRY
& DRY CLEANING CO.
110.--25 Fifth Ave., Ph. *16(0-4164

Prescriptions
Home Made Ice Cream

DEITZ DRUG STORE
FREE DELIVERY
901 S. Howard Ave. P'h. II 4:5


WELCOME TO

HOTEL KNOX
TOM BRYSON, Manager
Lafayette & Jefferson


CENTRAL OIL
COMPANY, INC.
Tampa, Florida


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ANOTHER HOLIDAY do w n
and two to go that is for the
year 1942. From what I have seen
and heard around the nite spots,
every one, including his uncle,
has been having a good time.' A
lot of the boys have many things
to be thankful for, too. Some,
probably, have more reasons than
others. For instance, Chauncey
Cromwell of the Tampa Terrace
is very much so because of his
new. singer-also that sweet look-
ing blonde, who appears to have
eyes only for the well known
maestro.
Lt. R. M. Caid, Drew, has
been nursing sore feet or sim-
ply applying corn salve. He en-
gaged in a rumba dance bare-
footed. Yep, Doris Pocock took
her shoes off to dance with him
at the CHATTERBOX. Lt.
Walter Dzeuba, Lt. W. (Bill)
Steger, Dallas, Tex., and Drew,
and his charming dnacing part-
ner, Martha Rogers, and Mr.
and Mrs. James Austin were
all in Lt. Caid's party. I'm hap-
py to report that all enjoyed
the shoeless affair. ..

The Yacht Club was the scene
of a party given in honor of Col.
R. L. Strickland, MacDill. Capt.
H. A. Wilson and 75 medical of-
ficers attended. Everybody had
a swell time. Thanks to Danny
Brown of the Jewel Box, who
moved his entire floor show to
the luxurious club to entertain
these distinguished medical men.
Pvt. Ed Solomon, Drew field
cartoonist, sometimes spends his
spare moments -drawing pictures
of girls pretty girls. This
week he delighted both a blonde
and a brunette. The blonde,
Sharon Lee Flynn, is seven; the
brunette, her sister, Jeanne, is 11.
The pictures were shipped to
their father, Lt. Eddie Flynn,
U.S.N., who is stationed at Parris
Island.
LT. ROY HENRY, Oklahoma,
and Lt. H. A. Woods, Texas, new-
comers to Tampa, made the
rounds 'of the night clubs, but
finally settled. in front of the
piano at the Chesterfield Bar,
singing lonesome blues.
Talking about blues-The Bar
Room Blues-Sgt. Robert Tufaro,
Drew, has always got 'em. Every-
time I spot him I see a tear drop
in his glass. Could it be Helen
Callas, of Jersey City, Bob? Any-
way, the Sarge is a great guy.
Saw him coming out of Bryn-
Alan Studies with a couple of
pictures tucked under his left
arm for two of the sweetest girls
in Joisey-Mrs. Filomena Tufaro,
his mother, and the Mrs. Bob
Tufaro to be ...
The SARATOGA BAR, Ma-
nuel La Rosa's paradise on For-
tune street, was the scene of
many debates Sunday night, in-
cluding rules and regulations.
S/Sgt. Glen Dukes, Sgt. Rich-
ard Mikels, MacDill, and two
buck privates argued for more
than 15 minutes, but after a
few toasts they all parted the
best of friends.


to parts unknown, is not going
to remain idle for the duration-
she's leasing a hotel on Nebraska
avenue.
Thank you Seaman Gene
Barbles and Dorothy Block, of
Houston, Tex., for calling Lucy
Darling, via long distance, and
giving her my regards. Just had
a birthday card from her. Hope
I can do the same for you some
day. ...
T/Sgt. Chas. Hertle and Cor-
poral Joe Zucker are newcomers
at Drew, but they're not losing
any time in looking up the fair
sex. Noticed a few of those "hard
to convince" sitting at their table
at the Turf Exchange.
I was quoted wrong last week
when I said that MP's Tommy
Papudis' wife was coming in from
Knoxville. It is his "to be." Yes,
Tommy is still a member of the
Bachelors club .


PICTURE PARADE
Eighteen good pictures are
scheduled for the Tampa, Florida
and Victory theatres:
STAMPA-Through Wednesday
- "Panama Hattie" with Ann
Southern, Red Skelton; Starts
Thursday, "The Black Swann,"
with Tyrone Power, Maureen O'-
Hara, (in technicolor).
FLORIDA-Sunday and Mon.,
"Here We Go Again," with Edgar
Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, Fibber
McGee and Molly: also "Police
Bullets," with John Archer, Joan
Marsh: Tuesday and Wednesday,
"The Flying Tigers." with John
Wayne. John Carroll, Anna Lee;
also "Yoqth On Parade," with
John Hubbard, Martha O'Dris-
coll: Thursday and Friday "Spirit
of Stanford" with Frankie Albert.
Marguerite Chapman; "Undying
Monster," with James Ellison and
Heather Angel; Saturday only:
"Riding Through Nevada." with
Charles Starrett, Russell Havden;
"Dive Bomber" with Errol Flynn,
Fred MacMurray.
VICTORY-Today only: "They
Died With Their Boots On." Errol
Flynn. Olivia DeHavilland; also
"The Maltese Falcon," Humphrey
Bogart and Mary Astor; Monday
and Tuesday, "Lady In A Jam,"
with Irene Dunn. Patric Knowles;
"In This Our Life," Bette Davis,
George Brent; Wednesday thru
Friday, "Kings Row," with Ann
Sheridan, Robert .Cummings and
Ronald Reaean: also "Law of the
Tropics" with Constance Bennett,
Jeffrey Lynn: Saturday and Sun-
day, "All Through The Night,"
with Humphrey Bogart, Conrad
Veidt; also "Man Power," with
Marlene Deitrich and Edward G.
Robinson.


Jimmy (Tiny) Licata, the sing-
ing bartender, was host to Pfc.
and Mrs. James Barbarite, Gra-
mercy Park, N. Y., at the Sea-
breeze the other night, and for a
little man like Tiny, I do not
know where he puts all his food.
Mebbe that's why the Army in-
formed him to stand by for fur-
ther orders. With one of Tiny's
Thanksgiving and Christmas' din-
ners the Army could feed an en-


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"DISHIN' DIRT" RE P 0 R T S
By Pfc. James J. Mitchell By SGT. J. B. HARRIS
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN
Surprised, fellows, at the new from the kitchen, two red G.I.
columnist? Dont become alarmed. brushes, whereabouts unknown,
Our former columnist relinquish- but it is believed they are within
ed his hold on the news of the smelling distance of a second
lieutenant or a first sergeant, or
.week to yours truly ... .Present leena'l go furst srgeant,he
duties made it possible to "share brushes are just below their
the wealth" I shall carry on noses. Are they hiding from
'from here-Let's see where we'll something?
begin. T. Sgt. (Sherlock) Vidovich is
I think we'll devote our atten- prmoising to bust the case of
tion to our Mess Sgt. and his "The Missing Cokes." After all,
'Staff in appreciation of those de- sergeant, must we furnish hot
licious meals being prepared and dogs, too?
served since acquiring new quar- Who is the guy with the black
ters. eye who swears he got it when he
S Since moving into our new fell out of bed? Well, why did he
quarters and mess hall Cpl. fall out in the first place? Any-
Carriere, a devout Catholic, has way, we're glad it wasn't the fel-
completely given up the idea of low whom we first accused, Pvt.
fasting And S/Sgt. Adams Ryan.
eats two serving, then makes They tell us Pvt. Whitely is
headway to the office with the about the fastest thing on two
third for a between, meal "snack." feet.
S The very cooperative Sgt. Gray Do you know why Pfc. Weertz
is -. striving to prove his is always in demand when details
leact ip abilities.-After organ- are in view? He practically pulls
izing te Squadronaires Quartette stumps out bare-handed.
he has conceived the idea of a And may we suggest, Lt.
combined Glee Club and stage Rhyshkus, that while sitting by
show I'm sure the C.O. will the stove after a big "Tarkey
be proud of such a development. Day" dinner,, you be more careful.
It will prove a real treat for the You know, you may burn your
entire Base Personnel-if we can head when you nod.
keep Sgt. Gray in camp two Did you know Lt. Carroll was
nights each week. a jitterbug? And that Lt. Hirt is
SPfcs. Elijah Barber, Eddie Lizz- getting educated?
more, James B. Witsell, James We don't blame Cpl. Hetzel for
Chislom, John H. Barfield and being upset the other day when
Willie Anderson must be com- the M.P.s informed him that
mended for. their new ratings- someone was waiting at-the gate
all are Corporals Likewise for him.-
Cpls. James C. Gray, Cleadie B. Pfc. (Paddle Foots) Anderson
Fletcher, -and- Elzie Howard still has the jitters from that
should be recognized for their plane ride which, we. hope, by
new promotions to Sgts. this time he has taken. He
Well, we have the new quar- thought the motor had fallen out.
ters and its fine. Now lets get on Did "evva'body" have a glo-
the ball and be fine soldiers rious payday? How's about it,
I hear something about a dance Pvt. Kehoe?
for us. Lt. Feldman is showing off the
-- young corporal. He's a powerful
'W AOD I SW BS fine baby, Lieutenant. Has Yale
or Harvard signed a contract with
him yet?
Cpl. John E. Lee Pfc. John Hunter is trying to
get his finances straightened out,
Good afternoon, boys and girls about the only thing we could
and ladies and gentlemen. -From suggest would be 24-hour duty
the depths of the wilderness the with no passes.


Medical Uetacnment again rings
you a weekly resume,of its ran-
dombanter.
SMess kits clanged merrily in
the cold, gray dawn Monday
(morning as the Mess Hall laid
out the welcome mat for the first
time. Later in the day the festive
occasion was brightened by the
presri.:.:- of Lt. Col Jay F. Gamel
I4nd 1st Lt. Herbert of the Army
SNurse Corps at the luncheon
table. Lt. Herbert is the chief
,nifue and a hearty hello from
*,s toc her. Thanks to Tech. Sgt.
/fobirinn !or the very excellent
curtain raiser feed.
The f-rned feud between the
Martins and the Coys was a tea
party ,:.::npared to the daily
tussles waged by Sergeant Patty
"Mafoosk\" Malone and the Com-
mandor of the Optical Dept.
W-en not engaged in a verbal
barragee, botlf sides are busily en-
gaged in taking inventory from
typewriters to pencils. It's all
over the new equipment.
It appears as though the De-
tachment Volley Ball Team is
following in the winning ways of
the Soft Ball Squad in the Drew
Field Volley Ball Swatfest. Chief
Swatter of this formidable group
is C-e il "Downbeat" Salter.
'"i. Cor""atulations to Mi k e
"Blo, jYasco on his two stripe
awaraiew Model T Corporal is
Arthur Bannish.
Suggestion of the Week: That
jMother" Leonard Waldt be made
o move into Malone's barracks.
Pays he likes that 5:30 air.
Question of the Week: Does
that sign "Decontamination Sta-
ion" over 1st Sgt. Walters' desk
iave any special significance?
Sarge. pointing to a cigarette
*utt on a company street: "Is that
ourss"
JEi:p- "Of course not, you saw
t first."

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Have you noticed the big im-
provement in the company late-
ly? We think it's about the finest
there is now, and we have plenty
of reason to think so. Everyone
is going about his job with a gen-
uine interest, that is, all jobs but
K.P. Just ask Pvt. Cucos.
For the small amount of time,
the improvements are remark-
able. Everyone is doing their
duty so well because we have a
commanding officer who is con-
tinually going to bat for his
"boys." He is backed by 15 lieu-
tenants who are more than glad
to do all they can for the com-
pany, too. We have a swell first
sergeant and a supply sergeant
who has been promoted to the
grade of staff sergeant. Red Kap-
lowitz is his name. Incidentally,
Red is the best dancer in the out-
fit. Down through the ranks co-
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SEA BREEZES
By PFC. ALVIN M. AMSTER


Hello, everybody, we are now
furloughing in Cleveland, Ohio.
Our good friend, Sgt. Joe Rarus,
will be handling SEA BREEZES
for the next two weeks. See him
if you want free publicity. On to
the news.
The flies were buzzing around
Major Fisackerly too actively, so
he put Jim Reed on Special Duty.
Armed with a fly swatter, Jim
was given the job of killing those
pests.
Mal Holden and your corres-
pondent took turns last Thursday
escorting seven-old Tommy Gil-
keson, the General's son, to his
mother. Captain Muse still insists
that we were playing tag with
Tommy.
HOT DOTS Jim Robin gets
perfumed envelopes with fat let-
ters .... Christmas packages are
coming in Tom Meekins will
have to tell Rarus the outcome
of the red-circled Nov. 26 ..
New promotions include our Per-
sonnel Officer, to Captain, John
Goodwin.
Our ex-school teacher, Ed
Knippers, has been seeing a cer-
tain Sarasota schoolmarm .
Well, girls, only 21 more days for
another big feed at the Mess Hall.
McGuire has picked his females
for both Christmas and New
Year's banquets. .. New Hqs.
additions include Lazenby and
Layler in the Adjutant's Section
and Palumbo and Monroe in A-4.
Cariin and Glassen have been
showing Tampa's flames to new-
comer Herb Lerner. ... We
chiseled an extra block of ice
cream from "KP" Siskind ..
Sgt. George Lancaster, another
newcomer, spent eight months
with the AVG's on Burma Road.
Don't forget; see Joe Rarus with
your gossip. See you in two
weeks.


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By S. SGT. D. L. HYLAND
To the readers of the Echoes
who miss the pounding feet and
the mess hall rushes, the 684th is
at the Army Air Base in Sarasota
and is still going strong. There
has been a bit of a change in the
personnel since our company
spent three happy weeks here in
August, but many of us old-tim-
ers are happy to be here and re-
new acquaintances in both Sara-
sota and Bradenton.
To let you know how we stand
at present, we have Major Ruff-
ner, Captain McLean and' Lt.
Waldrop, Lt. Taylor, Lt. Crawley,
and Lt. Temple, just to mention
a few. Sgt. Buckley has the help
of Sgt. Branson; Sgt. Bierenbaum
has Sgts. Peck, Daehne, Patrick,
Walls and Zackmeyer and Sgt.
Hyland. First Sgt. Dalmata is on
the job again after a furlough,
and Sgt. McGuigan is now our
sergeant major.
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morale building with liberal
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third week of play in the Air
Corps volleyball league. Halleluiah. brothers! Our cup
The Detached Medical "A" runneth over with good things
smashed on to their ninth win of lately. Last Thursday the Army
the season, followed closely by the really "killed the fatted calf" to
98th Fighter with eight victories fix us up with a very swell
and no defeats. With the league Thanksgiving dinner .and
at the half-way mark now, these Monday was payday! Hard come
two teams will battle it out down -easy go. By sunrise the next
the home stretch. morning some of the boys were
ompetitiongrows keener each flat on their can agani. Oh, well,
Competition grows keener eac there will always be another pay-
week as the other teams are try- the -and this is one ob where
ing their best to knock off the day-and this is one job where
two leading clubs they can't fire you.
ere aethe standings include KEYHOLE SECTION: What
Here are the standings includ- T. Sgt. who works onthe line
ing games through De. 1: has a prize collection of gorgeous
Team W L Pc' -Igals from Maine to California
Det. Med. Dept. "A" 9 0 1.000 that he picked up in the days
98th Fighter Sq. 8 0 1.000 when his spurs jingled, jangled,
3rd Fighter "A" 7 2 .777 singled? What dashing young
69th Air Force 5 2 .714 officer will have to be a modern
3rd Fighter "B" 4 2 .666 Brigham Young. or something, if
Det. Med. "D" 6 3 .666 we don't go across soon? .
314th Base Hq. & AB What corporal from Oklahoma
Sq. "C" 4 4 .500 went along as a blind date in or-
10th Fighter "B" 4 4 .444 der to get another chance at a
10th Fighter "A" 3 3 .428 "touch-me-not" baby who gave
314th Base Hq. & AB him the brush-off the week be-
Sq. "A" 3 5 .375 fore? Who's the corporal
Det. Med. "B" 3 6 .333 from Old Kentucky who is so
314th Base Hq. & AB lionized by the Tampa fair set
Sq. "B" 2 6 .250 that he has more dates than he
Det. Med. "C" 1 4 .200 can handle? Little "boids"
314th Personnel "B" 1 5 .166 tell us that Pvt. "Phil" Anastacia
314th Personnel "A" 1 6 .142 and Cpl. Datoolo are making
----- things hum on the line these days.
Boston Bull Terrier .. .Good luck to Pvt. Puia who
OSOn just embarked on a new career as
Is 566th's Mascot a cook.
AT THE CIRCUS Monday
Give a thought to a squadron night: When Gargantua saw Sgt.
or company mascot. The Battalion Specter he beat his chest and bel-
mascot out at the 566 th is cer-
tainly good for laughs. "Corporal"
Pat, a Boston Bull Terrier (who
is, incidentally, a WAAC) brings
many smiles to the men and has
proved herself a helpful corn- The Glory of
outfitted with a sweater, collar, T G
and leash, wearing her rank of
corporal with an air. Since it's
evident that she's due for rapid
promotion, the men have been
trying to decide whether she will' T
mak e Master (or Mistress) THE sacrifices thi
Sergeant before Christmas.
------- to win the war are app
S RECRUITER
(Continued from Page 1) The Tr-e.sur.'s -
ianooga University, the Univer- Bonds, the Governme
sity of Tennessee, many high
school and vocational schools, gas and rubber the e
TVA, and civic organizations. He gas ane
also spoke at football games, such ifla t
as the one between Rollins Col- avoid inflation, the r
lege and Washington and Lee.
,"I received splendid coopera- many essential commc
tion from newspapers and radio
stations throughout the South," become vital in the mi
says Private Gore. "I found a
spirit of patriotism glowing every-
where and recruited a substantial Necessity has awa
number of specialists for the Air
Forces." the size of the task bef
He recruited among others such
men as William Edge, Jr., conti- that our future as a na
nuity writer -ard publicist for
MWC of Memphis, Tenn., who en- characteristic fashion
listed as an aircraft radio spe-
cialist. In Palm Beach he quali-
fied Ralph York, a cousin of the Our hearts speak,
famous Sgt. York. One man in
Chattanooga wrote to him in wde; n regardless
Miami: "Gore, you sold me on the wide;and regardless
air corps. I'm signing up." conv
Private Gore helped to enlist political convictions,
men in the ground crews which
must keep 'em flying, but with of opinion are being
emphasis upon the signing up of
aircraft radia operators and. radio issue that confronts us
mechanics.
SEHINOLE This is the glory
SOUVENIR & JEWELRY man may think as he
Large Variety oi Xmas Gifts vote ashe will, and w
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it are needed in order
aren'tt to us all.

appeals to buy War
not's pleas to conserve
-conomies required to
necessity of rationing
)dities-all these have
nds of our people.

.kened us, not only to
ore us, but to the fact
tion is at stake; and in
we-all are responding.

our purses are open
of creed, or color, or
our honest differences
dissipated before the
S.

of democracy: that a
will, speak as he will,
worship God in his own
of peril to the State,
greatest good of.all is
spelling thought but
ng of his heart.

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country; and it is as
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Friday, December 4, 1942


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lowed, "And to think they put
ME in a cage!"
Best o' luck to T. Sgt. Frank
Masi, who may be leaving us
soon for O.C.S.
SPORTS: The Fighting Ninth's
basket ball team had a good prac-
tice session recently. Likely can-
didates for Sgt. Darbonne's first
team are: Sgt. "Chief" Hunter,
Pvt. Puia, Pfc. "Convoy" Straub,
Pfc. Haskell and T. Sgt. Quesnel.
Anyone else interested in play-
ing, see Manager Quesnel If
the 308th Signal Wing think they
can coax five of their members
to come out of the Woodwork
and play a game, we will conde-
scend to oblige-after all, we
can use the practice.

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