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General Note: "Published each Friday in the interest of the officers and enlisted men of Drew Field."
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VOL. 1-NO. 48. Published Every Friday Drew Field, Tampa, Florida Friday. January 22, 1943






"HULLBALLOO FRO:, DREW" HERE TONITE


DREW FIELD PLAYERS WILL ENACT

FIRST SHOWING FOR SOLDIERS

AT RECREATION BUILDING NO. 1


-Tonight, out at Drew Field,
shades of Broadway will descend. ATTENTIO
One of the zaniest, most musical
and most promising of all soldier All men intej
musical revues ever to hit the as reporters ai
south will knock them into the ers for the Dre
aislds of Recreation Bldg. No. 1. are urged to -
"Hullaballoo From Drew," lating their wr
written, directed and produced and send it th
by The men of Drew Field, really sage Center ad
should be an outstanding hit. The newspaper.
music is delightful. New, full, and
good. This is definitely not just
another soldier show, but a real
production. Men will laugh them- 0nl i
selves sick, and tomorrow those asllht Inl
same men will sing and whistle
the turnes from the show. A veteran of
So far as the comedy is con- war, having ser
cerned, it is of a rare afid witty Division at the
timbre. The kind that all of us George C. Kaley
enjoy and need today. The dance Base Headquart
scenes are crazy, but wonderful. Squadron, played
The sight of a. lovely gown sup- Draft Lottery dr
ported by two very hairy legs is, eventually to ca
itself, a laugh. When the gown On the afternc
and the thing in it start to weave 194U, the Kaley
and sway in the pattern of the received a tele
several dance routines, it is a Bruce Barton, t.
howl. from New Yo
Several of the production num- spoke to the
bers are outstanding. It seems like motor company,
Broadway all over again. Of The conversation:
course, you know as well as I Kaley's choice
know that Broadway dance cho- of the Syrian-A
ruses don't carry as much weight of the World W;
*as do soldier lines, but the way of the Draft Lol
in which the show is conducted On the follow
surprised me, and I've seen an 16th 1940, the
awful lot of shows, took place. TI
I hope that when you see this bowl," from wh
show you will look for a tall for the draft ir
blond lad singing "Tipperary." war were draw
He's good. He was good in "The back- to Washir
Grapes of Wrath." However, Sgt. Roosevelt addre
0. Z. Whitehead does a dead-pan and participated
rendition of this song that is a which was soo
scream, and I mean scream. The lives of every fa
house will nearly fall down on It was this cere
this one. the foundation
Also look for a very beautiful army and is mak
young lady. She will sing several mate victory ov.
tunes, and her gown is "delish." After the of
Don't wait at the stage door for had made thei
her though, because she is a he, drawn numbers
and he might not understand. It Kaley's name w
is Cpl. Charles Crain, well known did he realize t
from Broadway to Hollywood, nificance of the r
and star in many productions. His ing, nor did the
feminine impersonations are ter- would some day
rific. trude upon hisn
Listen for the voice of Vince Fate, however,
Manney. He will be the good- funny tricks an
looking fellow with the never-to- C. Kaley, presid
be-forgotten voice. Vince former- Motor Company.
ly was the vocalist with Jack C. Kaley, of Dr
Teagarten's famous dance band, September 10, 19
and of late from Claude Thorn- ed from Washing
ill's band, with whom he made at Fort Myer, V
at well-known recording, "This
.- Worth Fighting For." The lad
is super in the show. BLESSED
Scenery, dance routines, skits, Lt. Joseph
and dialogue, music and produc- Technical Inspe
tion are all original, and all par- father. The ble:
ticularly good. Consider "Hulla- place on Decerr
balloo From Drew" a must on 10:30 p.m., when
your entertainment calendar, gave birth to
Don't miss it. The boys from baby girl, Judy
Drew certainly have stolen the Father, motha
show even of the year so far as doing well.
your correspondent is concerned,
and I ain't xiddin'..
: Share Y
Army Nurse Corps For gas ratic
Now Rate Salutes drivers of au
Now RateSalute military or civ
who live off the
additional pass'
Army nurses now rate salutes to and from w
under a new War Department to contact 1
order published recently. Echoes, in the I
In accordance with an order Office, Extensi
by the Secretary of War, Army the number
Regulations have been so amend- wanted and the
ed that all Army nurses will rate driver.
the same privileges with refer- Those, who a
ence to salutes as are accorded transportation
regular commissioned officers. also urged to
So, soldier, the next time you fice, stating t
meet that trim 2nd lieutenant in
blue-present arms!


N, WRITERS
rested in serving
nd feature writ-
ew. Field Echoes
rrite a letter re-
iting experience
.rough 'the Mes-
ddressed to -this




the Draft
Sthe first world
rved in the 27th
age of 15, Private
, now of the 314th
ers and Air Base
ed a part in the
awing which was
tch up with him.
oon of October 15,
Motor Company
phone call from
hen Congressman
rk. Mr. Barton
president of the
George C. Kaley.
n concluded with
as representative
merican Veterans
ar in the drawing
ttery.
ing day, October
memorable event
ie famous "fish
ich the numbers
n the first world
wn, was brought
igton. President
essed the nation
in the ceremony
n to affect the
imily in America.
mony which laid
for our present
ing possible ulti-
er our Axis foes.
ficial dignitaries
.r speeches and
from the "bowl,"
'as called. Little
hen the full sig-
role he was play-
thought that he
y be drafted in-
mind.
, sometimes plays
id today George
ent of the Kaley
, is Private Geo.
ew Field. For on
)42, he was draft-
gton and inducted
Virginia.

) EVENT
Schreck, Base
sector, is a proud
ssed event took
iber 29, 1942, at
n his wife, Avis,
a 7-1b, 2-ounce
SJane.
er and baby are


ou.r Car
zoning purposes,
>mobiles, either
ilian personnel,
e base and wish
engers to carry
work' are urged
:he Drew Field
Public Relations
on 218, stating
of passengers
e address of the
ire in need of
facilities are
contact this bf-
heir address.


Rest and Relaxation


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These two exceedingly ambitious looking gentlemen are the
Monroe Brothers, now appearing in the USO-Camp Shows' musi-
cal "GOING TO TOWN." They are two of the cleverest trampoline
performers in the world.


Diapers Bribe Natives
Of North Africa

ATLANTA, Ga.-Diapers were
used in the North African inva-
sion as bribes to win the friend-
ship of the natives, according to
Frank M. Smith, deputy director
of the War Production Board
here. He said 60,000 suits of
three-cornered underwear were
included in the equipment of the
troops which made the invasion.


FREE MENDING
For soldiers who need mend-
ing or minor alterations of
their clothing, this is a re-
minder that the Officers'
Wives Sewing Circle is still
functioning. Bring your clothes
to Chapel No. 1 on Wednesday
mornings before 10 o'clock.
The alterations will be made
free of charge.


General's Aide

W a s Friend of

(ol. 'Buzz' Wagner

"They said the 'Gremlins' al-
most got me," explained Major
Robert L. Coffey, aide to Brig.
Gen. A. H. Gilkeson, command-
ing officer, III Fighter Command,
as the cause of his recent mishap.
En route to Johnston, Pa., to at-
tend the funeral of his late friend
and former buddy, Lt. Col. Boyd
D. "Buzz" Wagner, as an hono-
rary pallbearer, bad weather
forced the major's P-40.down out-
side of Moundsville, W. Va. Mak-
ing an emergency landing on a
snow-covered field, made soggy
underneath by the Ohio River
flood a week earlier, the plane
nosed up, causing Major Coffey
to sustain minor scalp lacerations
and a shaking up.
Born in Chattanooga, Tenn.,
the major's family later moved to
Johnstown. He and Col. Wagner
were boyhood chums there and
attended public school and Penn
State College together. During
their summers they worked in the
local mines. After leaving college,
he was a mining engineer for
three and one-half years. In the
meantime, Wagner had become
an Army flyer and finally in-
duced Major Coffey to follow
suit.
Army Career
He received his basic flying
training at Randolph Field and
graduated from Kelly Field in
June, 1940, as a second lieutenant.
Coffey's first seven months of
service were at Langley Field
with the 36th Pursuit Group.
Then the major was transferred
to Puerto Rico and served there
all of 1941. At the outbreak of
the war he was moved to Panama
and saw duty there until Septem-
ber, 1942. He was promoted to
captain in Panama.
While awaiting transportation
at Miami to join a squadron now
in India, Coffey was transferred
instead of the 305th Fighter
Squadron. On Nov. 28, Coffey was
transferred to the III Fighter
Command as Gen. Gilkeson's aide.
One week ago today he was pro-
moted to major.


The "Quack" Saves Army Fliers


"'"t Oa


Flash! A plane in trouble over
the water, in Tampa Bay, or in
the Gulf!
Immediately things happen at
Drew Field. The pilot in trouble
has radioed to Drew, or someone
who has seen his plano in diffi-
culty has telephoned the infor-
mation.
The crew of the amphibian
plane, the "Quack," goes into ac-
tion immediately. The men are
always on the alert, waiting for
an emergency call. They spring
into the plane, take off in a flash,
and .get to .the scene without de-
.lay.


In one recent call, they were
at the scene of an accident more
than 30 miles from the field in
12 minutes from the time of the
first radio message.
The "Quack" is a Grunman
Amphibian Widgeon, which will
operate with equal ease on land
or water. Capacity is five passen-
gers, but under emergency con-
ditions it can handle even more.
It is equipped with collapsed
"Mae Wests," or life belts which
can be inflated on the spot and
thrown to people in the water.
There also is a compact' rolled,
inflatable life raft, big enough to


support a swimmer indefinitely
in any kind of water, and com-
plete first aid equipment.
The "Quack" can land easily
in the water beside the distressed
pilot, take him into the plane, and
take off for home. The crew can
administer first aid en route, if
needed, and then turn the flier
over to the flight surgeon at the
base for a thorough checkup
when they get there.
The "Quack" is the pride and
joy of Major Harry F. Bunze,
Base Operations Office, who takes
over the controls at every possible
opportunity.


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I'- r D.W...DE H E.a u r 2, 1943 r


Contestants in Typing Contest


Typing Contest *
Prizewinner Was
Formerly Fire Chief


SO Pvt. George F. Kufta, of Mont-
ville, New Jersey, won the type-
S. f writing contest recently held at
t, Drew Field, copping the prize of
a week's furlough.
Pvt. Kufta and about 40 other
men, chosen from their organiza-
tions, took a 10-weeks' typewrit-
ing course, at the end of which
seven finalists were chosen, and
a time contest held. Pvt. Kufta
was the winner-far ahead of any
of the other contestants.
Pvt. Kufta was inducted into
the Army October 2, 1942, at
Boonton, New Jersey. He re-
ceived seven weeks' basic train-
Observing the contestants (standing) is Capt. William M. Hinch, ing at Daniel Field, Augusta, Ga.,
and was then sent here to Drew
School Officer. From left to right, front table, are Pvt. Victor Field. He is stationed in the Medi-
Smith, of Worcester, Mass.; Pfc. William G.-Phillips, of Niagara cal Detachment in the Hospital at
Falls, N. Y., winner of the second prize, and Sgt. James Liner, of Drew Field.
Englewood, Tennessee.
From left to right, center table, are Pyf. George F. Kuffa, of He was former fire chief of
o~ntville, N. J., first prizewinner; and Pfc. Eugene A. Hostvet, the Excelsior Fire Department, of
of Minot, North Dakota. the First District of Montville,
From left to right, rear table, are Cpl. Robert C. Pearman, of New Jersey, and at one time a
'Jamaica, Long Island; and Cpl. Ulysses H. Baisden, of Tampa, Fla. part-time member of the local po-
lice department. For the past 10
n cea m years he was a clerk for the D. L.
i1t e mSvi an sheet metal schooling," Mr. Bald- & W. Railroad at Hoboken, New
USA- Sovie Dance win said. "The government decid- Jersey.
ed it was a better policy to train

S Be A Tribue sheet metal workers right onthe
ToBFiAhTibute field."
the students were taught to work
To Fig hting Aly on aluminum, and it was found
that when they reported for work
at the sub-depot they had to
The Tampa Committee for learn all over again on how t6
tMetical Aid co Russia is sponsor- work on airplane material. At
ing an American-Soviet Friend- Drew Field the right sort of metal
si" Dance to be held on January is available.
30th at 8:30 p.m. in the Municipal In the Sub-Depot Sheet Metal
Auditorium. Coming at a time School they are taught to repair
when the fighting Soviet people wingtips as well as the use of W6
have so gloriously broken the the different kinds of rivets. The
siege of Stalingrad, this affair school also serves as a reclama-
will serve as an opportunity to tion department for the sub-de-
express our friendship toward pot by fixing bulkheads.' Air-Condltloned '- Ph. M 1S7
a ir valiant ally. The students are civil service Lae annee 44 Night
Don Francisco's orchestra will employees and while in school re-
provide the music, and refresh- ceive a learner's rating of $1,080 TODAY WEDNESDAY
merits will be served. Also on the yearly. After the course is com-
program will be an exhibition of pleted, they are ready to begin A YAN K
arnce's by Carmencita Alvarez, a work: in the sheet metal depart-
amrious Spanish refugee dancer ment of the sub-depot. And then
living here in Tampa. the next class is ready to begin. A T .TO N 1
* There-will be a display of col-
o.-ful Russian scarfs and pins for --
ate in the auditorium; also an If your unit is moving, be ex- with
exhibition of satirical Russian tremely careful that nothing you MICKEY ROONEY
iposters depicting Goebbels, Goer- say or write during the move- Tina Thayer
rg, and Hitler. mentv will reveal your organiza-
iA brief talk will be given at tion or its destination. Freddie Bartholomew
i e dance by Dr. Carl G. Knoche, Edmund Gwenn
6f Jacksonville, who is a noted Edmund nn
authority and lecturer on the his-
yory of Russia. Dr. Knoche is a
personal friend of Albert Rhys Also
'Wiliams. the author of "The So- Latest Paramount News
ets, and former Ambassador
Admiiiiion will be 30 cents -for
series men aifid ladies.


W: L-----*-- ..../. BAR &COCKTAIL
wi .e Learniq ,'LOUNGE
SSheet Metal Work --
I In Sub-Depot School i

Wi th a class of 19, the Drew I.' 1 gii
field sub-depot opened an air- ,
raft sheet metal school on theII CHOPS -
iase on January 11, 1943. This SvCTEAKS &'
Sthe first of successive classes H
:rr The duration which are-to re-
eive six weeks' instruction in PHONE
sheet metal. More than half of 2003
-the students are womeQ, and it is
4cpected that an even greater B 202 E.LAFAYETTE ST.
percentagee of women will "man"
te classes as the needs of the ,.,
named forces for men increase. /-..
'lMr. Vaniah H. Baldwin, of St. -.. -a
etersburg, is the instructor.
"Students were formerly sent to Bright Spot
Washville and other places for
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Fighter Group (0

Promoted Recently

To Rank of Lt. (ol.

Recently promoted to lieuten-
ant colonel, the 28-year-old com-
manding officer of the 53rd Fight-
er Group now stationed at Drew
Field, stared thoughtfully at some
of his flyers climbing into the
cockpits of some P-39s.
"Our fighter group has some
mighty good men in it," he said,
puffing on his pipe. Lt. Col. Don
H. Wilhelm is a collector of pipes.
"It was the first organization of
our nation's armed forces to be
sent out of the country after
Pearl Harbor. For almost a year
we operated in the Canal Zone
and the Republic of Panama.'"
-Not only does Col. Wilhelm ex-
press satisfaction with his com-
mand as a whole, but speaks with
glowing pride of achievements
of individual members of the
group's several squadrons, .some
of whom have wiped out Jap and
German fighters in dogfights.
And well he might be proud of
such brilliant fighters as Major
Joseph Moore, Group Adjutant,


LT. COL. DON H. WILHELM
.and Capt. Edwin B. Gilmpore, -both
of wvhhoxn were decqratpd fbor gal-
lantry in action .in the war in
the Pacific.
The young colonel, himself a
flight commander," has accom-
-plished much i his 28 years of
life. Col. Wilhelm's story is one
: meteoric rise, for in'siak and
,one-half years- in 'the Army Air
Cbrps he has risen to hi? present
pust of commanding a jighter
grc.up. quite an impo tant. fat in
itself. Since last J.une he has been
th.i group : c n iadiig officer.
Before that .e was ipp oiLqommand
of the he adquar-ters squadron,
group materiel and ,exectitiye of-
"ficer, respectively.
Col. Wilhelm is a native of Bry-
an, Ohio. He studied at the Uni-
versity of Dayton (Ohio). At the
age of 21 he joined the Army
Air Corps and spent the better
part of four years at Selfridge
Field, Michigan. Later he was
sent as a member of a flying eche-
lon from Selfridge Field to Dale
Mabry Field, Tallahassee, Florida.
One of the most spectacular
events in Col. Wilhelm's career
was his parachute jump, the first
at Dale Mabry Field, out of an
old P-35 from an altitude of 16,-
000 to 19,000 feet. While at a
height of 25,000 feet, he lost the
tail of the plane he was flying
and he couldn't get -its nose up.
With the tail gone, he plane began
to skid. He lost control of the
ship and had to bail out.
Col. Wilhelm is a member of
the Caterpillar Club. He has par-
tinipated in two of the Interna-
tional Air Races at Cleveland,
Ohio.


WHO CLAIMS LOWEST
ASN AT DREW FIELD?
If you were in World War I,
you may have the lowest Army
Serial Number on the post.
Send us your name, ASN, and
activities in the last war.
There are no prizes in this
contest, but your story might
be of interest to our readers.

Masonry Work on

Drew Band Shell

Nearly Completed

Most of the masonry work for
the new Drew Field band shell
has been completed under the di-
rection of Captain Chester K.
Delano, Special Services Officer.
The band shell is being financed
entirely by contributions from
the various organizations and
men on the base, and from money
expected to be .raised by the-. all-
soldier show, '1Hullaballoo From
Drew." So far, $4500 has already
gone into the building project,
which will assure completion of
the band shell, a modern broad-
casting booth, and a terrazza
dancing floor in front .of the band
shell. Later, dressing rooms will
be added to ,the band shell build-
ing, and bleachers to seat thou-
sands of soldiers will be built in
an amphitheater in front of the
stage.
The stage will be shaped as a
semi-circle, with 30 feet front-
age, and 15 feet deep. It is so de-
signed as to afford the best ac-
coustics possible, to do justice to
the fine music of Drew Field tal-
ent and various big name bands
and shows which will ultimately
use the band shell. The terrazza
dance floor is large, 90 feet by
70 feet, and will give plenty of
room for those who wish to trip
the light fantastic.
Proceeds from "Hullaballoo
From Drew," an all-soldier show,
will make possible the final com-
pletion of the band shell. Re-
hearsals are under the direction
of Lieutenant Charles W. Thorn-
ton, actor and playwright; Lieu-
tenant Robert Earle, formerly a
director and actor with Orson
Welles, and Sgt. 0. Z. Whitehead,
a Broadway and Hollywood
actor.

Yank to Publish
Summary of Tax
On G.I. Income
For all G,I.s who have been
wondering how this year's income
tax will affect, members of the
armed forces, YANK, The Army
Weekly, is publishing a two-page,
detailed summary of the tax situ-
ation. The article will'appear in
the January 27 issue of YANK.
In the same issue, which will
be one of the high-water marks
in YANK's seven-month career,
winners of the "Nuts to the Axis"
contest will be announced, and
for the first time, the Army
Weekly will publish words and
music of a stirring Army song.
Soldiers everywhere are urged
to study YANK's tax article, as
it contains information of vital
importance to all men in uniform.
AIR EXPRESS DOUBLES
Total weight of shipments
flown in air express service by
all of America's commercial air
lines during the first nine months
of 1942 was almost double that
carried in the comparable period
of 1941.


314t Mess Officer

Recently Promoted

How many men to feed today?
How much meat is needed? How
much fruit? How much milk?
Vegetables? Bread? If it's a mat-
ter of vitamins for the chow
hounds of the 314th Base Hdqs.
and Air Base Sq., the problem be-
longs ito Mess Officer Lt. Charles
C. Bostick.
Enlisting in the regular Army
March 20, 1912, Lt. Bostick went
with the 20th Infantry from Salt
Lake City, Utah, to the Mexican
border where, under General
John J. Pershing, he was on pa-
trol duty as a border scout. Dur-
ing the World War, he served in
the infantry, under Major A. S.
Frost, receiving assignment as
machine gun instructor and re-
cruiter. After the Armistice he
joined the reserves and in 1925
he was commissioned a second
lieutenant.
Called to active duty upon his:
arrival at Drew Field, Fla., June'
6, 1942, Lt. Bostick was assigned
as mess officer to the 314th Base
Headquarters aid Air Base I
Squadron. Recently he was pro-
tmoted from second to first lieu-
tenant.
For 17 years prior to his en-
tering the Army in June, 1942, Lt.:
Bostick was employed by the Ex-
change Building Company, Mem-,
phis, Tenn., in the capacity of as-
sistant building manager.
He now resides in Tampa, Flor-
ida, with his wife and two daugh-
ters.

Drew Actor Plays
Leading Role In
Tampa Production
S/Sgt. Wade Wybrants, appeared'
on Tuesday and Wednesday eve-
nings in the Tampa Little Theater
production of "The Male Animal,"
by James Thurber and Elliott Nu-
gent. The play was presented in
the Federated Clubs Building.
The second performance was ex-
clusively for service men.
The sergeant, playing a leading
role, headed a cast consisting
mostly of Tampa players. The
production was very well re-
ceived.
Before entering the Army, Sgt.
Wybrants appeared in the Broad-
way production of "Three Sis-
ters," Too Many Heroes," "Heav-
enly Express" and "Time of Your
Life."

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GLENN R. ROSS, Publisher
TAMPA ARMY NEWSPAPERS


USO to Present,
"Going to Town"
This Wednesday


Business Office: The new Broadway musical re-
1115 FLORIDA AVENUE rue, "Going to Town," featuring
P. O. Box 522 TAMPA, FLORIDA Phone 2177 .usicaI comedy and radio favor-
ites of the day, will be presented
All advertisements contained in this newspaper are also contained U'c -Camn Shows at the
in the MacDill Fly Leaf. Minimum joint circulation, 10,000 copies. Drew Field Recreation Bldg. No.
I Wi, Ja3i. zi, Lo i, at c p.m.
ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON REQUEST Assurances are given that Drew
A newspaper published exclusively for the personnel of Drew soldiers will- respond appre-
Field and devoted to military interests and the United Nations ciaively t oe of the topa
Victory. ing girl acts before the public to-
Victy. day-the Paul Tisen All-Ameri-
Opinions expressed in this newspaper are those of the individual can Girls, a group of talented and
writers and under no circumstances are they to be considered those attractive girls who play every
of the United States Army. Advertisements in this publication do type of music including current
not constitute an endorsement by the War Department or its per- hit tunes, Gypsy melodies, novel
sonnel of the products advertised. arrangements of the popular
classics and solid swing. Fea-
ua o tured artists are Ariana, violinist;
Hulabalo From Drew" Opens Toiight Lillian Anderson, soprano; Ger-
trude Hopkins, harpist; Diane
At R B N Barnhardt, pianist; and the Sing-
R o. N I ing Strings. The latter are six
comely girls, each a violin virtu-i
Yours truly... (you don't have oso, grouped together in a series
to know me just believe me) of musical treats.
..saw the rehearsals of "Hulla- Those very funny and well- i
baloo from Drew" last nite. It's known trampoline artists, the
really terrific. Wait until you I Monroe Brothers-one toothless,
hear the swell new tunes. This ,one not-are in "Going to Town."
thing is really BIG TIME, and They have lots of tricks as well t
Sain't just a whistling > Wait until you see the chorus toothless member plays "Humor- t
. WOO WOO they can esque" on a harmonica while
dance in a fashion all their own, slowly rising and falling on the t
that I will admit, but-buddie, trampoline, for instance, some- r
it's the right fashion thing really happens. And when
If you want some real laughs, they both pull dumb jokes and a
and I mean the kind that come then take all sorts of trouble ex- t
from way down where the colic plaining them to the audience, i
used to start, come on over to they are really solid. A saxo- i
RB1 on either Friday or Satur- phone, a phonograph, and a num- r
scenes are particularly well done, ber of zany juggling stunts are s
day nights .. or both ... you'll used by the Monroe boys for one c
blow your top laughing. The purpose only: to get laughs. They c
and as I said a second ago, the get 'em!
whole thing is TOPS. Joe Termini, the musical clown
Here are some fo the names and pantomimist, plays various
that you will see in "Hullabaloo instruments, such as the electric
From Drew." Read and. learn Hawaiian guitar, in the inimitable
S. We have the kids that know and comical manner which have
the score Come out and see CPL. CHARLES CRAIN had his audiences rocking with
them, and YOU TOO WILL .. female impersonator laughter and mirth wherever he
LEARN THE SCORE. has appeared. He has played ev-
Cpl. Charles Crain, feminine ery leading theater and supper
impersonator. Long experience club in Europe, Australia and the
in Hollywood and vaudeville. This Week in American United States.
Sgt. 0. Z. Whitehead. Formerly Rounding out the show are f
featured in Broadway plays and History Coley Worth and Marcia, whose k
revues, enacted Henry Fonda's comedy and dancing are strictly
brother in "Grapes of Wrath" (A new feature to acquaint big-time. Their act is high-lighted
Pfc.ntert arry Evans. Supper Club our readers of the events that by satirical comments on topics
entertainer, radio nd screen have taken place jn American of the day.
comedian. history). As customary with all USO-
Pfc. Vince Manny. Singer January 2k Camp Shows, "Going to Town" k
with Jack Teagarden and Claude
hnh k Teagarden and Claude In 1917, with the country only will be presented free of charge.
Thonr-hill: twomn197,wt tshatcwar, tres.oonl-


Cpl. Joseph Keneall two months at war, Pres. Wooa-
Cpl. Joseph Keneally. Zieg- row Wilson asked for peace with-
field's "Kid Boots," Eal Ca- row ilson asked for peace with-
roll's "Vanities" in 1930, 1931, out victory. Before congress he
rolls "Vanities" in 1930, 1931, said "Victory would mean peace
Pvt. Also Hollywooder. forced on a loser... Only a peace
Pvt. John Mader. Under the between equals can last ."
name of Rockwell Brook, played In 1932, Pres. Herbert Hoover
in "Male Animal "Anna Chris- In 1932, Pres. Herbert Hoover
tie."ale Animal,Anna Chris- approved Reconstruction Finance
Music Skits Dancing Corp., first Gov't. aid unit.
. Laughs A million guar- January 23
anteed. All in ,one. show, and Liner "Florida" in a-pea-soup
that show is ''Y OUR HULLA- fog rammed liner "Republic."
BALOO FROM DREW" See Distress calls sent by publicli"
it don't stay home and weep wireless operator intercepted by
Come to RB No. 1 and cry your ships within 200-mile radiu s.
eyes out the pleasant way. You'll "Baltic" was first ship to arrive
die laughing, and saved all'endangered passen-
S___gers and crew. This was first
radio rescue at sea. The year-
Der Fuehrer's Face, 1909.
In 1845, first uniform election
A Disney Cartoon, day established as first Tuesday
To Be Shown Here after first Monday in November.
January 24
Morning of Jan. 24, 1848, James
Most Drew soldiers have heard W. Marshall discovered gold at
the current song hit, "Der Fuehr- Sutter's Fort, an event that start-
er's Face," which is listed in the ed California Gold Rush.
Hit Parade. A Disney cartoon has January 25
been made of the Sng, and Drew To prove Phineas Fogg; Jules
Field's moviegoers will have an Verne's globe-trotter, who trav-
opportunity to see it soon. eled "80 Days Around the World"
"Der Fuehrer's Face" is booked slow, Miss Nellie Bly, New York
for a showing at the theaters here World sob sister, set new record
on Jan. 27-28. This Disney spe- of 72 days, 6 hrs., 11 minutes.
cial Donald Duck cartoon is a In 1789, rebels under Daniel
technicolor subject. Shay tried, but failed, to capture
Paste the dates in your hat- the Springfield Arsenal.
Jan. 27-28. First telephone connection be-


Never discuss secret -or confi-
dential matters over a public tel-
ephone. The operator may be an
enemy agent or you may be over-
heard.


The War Department places
great stress upon the spiritual
needs of service men. If a man
is going to serve his country well,
he must also serve his God well,
and that means that he must
have time and opportunity to
worship God according to the
faith which he professes. Chapels
and chaplains are provided by
;he Army, and a variety of serv-
ces of worship is planned by
the chaplains that every man who
desires may worship according to
hose forms which are most fa-
niliar to him.
Many Protestarit churches have
in informal order of worship, and
he General Service that is held
n each chapel on Sunday morn-
ngs fills the need for a great
nany men who prefer such a
service. For others who are ac-
customed to the formal or liturgi-
cal orders of service used chiefly


Doctor Goldbrick's

Mail Bag
By PFC. J. J. O'GARA
Dear Doc:
All that my fiancee gave me
'or my birthday was a few hand-
kerchiefs from the dime store.
Should I break my engagement
with such a cheapskate as he?
Fifi.
Dear Fifi:
Yes, tell him to take his hand-
kerchiefs and blow.
Dear Doc:
I have a pet skunk that I'd like
o give you for a squadron mas-
cot. Will you accept it?
Tampa Cutie.
Dear Tampa Cutie:
No, I hate skunks-they put on
uch airs.
Dear Doc:
It's disgraceful the way my


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tween New York an San Fran- husband keeps picking up cigar
cisco completed in 1925. butts when we are walking along
January 26 the streets. What can I do with
Before congress, in 1830, Daniel him. Mrs. Sandy McDuff.
Webster made a plea for Federal Dear Mrs. McDuff:
Government.control to supersede Nothing-give him enough rope
State's Rights. and he'll smoke it.
The government, in 1815, Dear Doc:
bought Thomas Jefferson's 7000- I am enclosing a snapshot of
volume library as nucleus for Li- myself and want your honest
brary of Congress. opinion, because I think the fel-
1937-Michigan admitted to lows are too jealous to tell me.
Union. Don't you think I'm handsome?
1911-Glen H. Curtiss m a d e All the girls are crazy over me.
first successful flight in an acqua- Dumas Daddy.
plane. Dear D. D.:
January 27 They're all crazy over you?
1903-John D. Rockefeller gave Where do you live-on the first
$7,000,000 to r e s e a r c h aimed floor of an insane asylum?
against Tuberculosis. Dear Doc:
1914-Permanent civil gov't for I have just received word that
Panama Canal Zone established my uncle is in a sanitarium-he
by President Woodrow Wilson. is suffering from delusions. What
January 28 are they?
The United States flag first Cpl. Longcotten Snoop.
flew over foreign soil when, in Dear Corp.: Delusions are false
1778, Captain Rathbone, of the beliefs: Trying to beat the meat
ship Providence, captured Nas- shortage hanging around crap
sau, in the Bahamas. games to get steaks. Setting an
1902-Andrew Carnegia founds Indian's hair on fire to get his
Carnegie Institute in .Washington. wigwam.


in the Episcopal and the Luth-
eran churches, such services are
conducted as the needs and de-
sires of the men themselves are,
learned.
Recently an Episcopal service
has been introduced in Chapel
No. 2 on Sundays at 10:00 A. M.
and attendance has been increa.'--
ing from week to week. A LutI
eran service will be held tl,
Sunday at 7:30 P. M. in Chanel
No. 3 and provision for regular
Lutheran services will be made
if the men of that faith so de-
sire.
Chaplains of other faiths will
gladly arrange services for men
of their own faith, and will ar-
range for services of other de-
nominations by neighboring
chaplains or civilian' clergymen
if there are requests for such
services coming from the per-
sonnel on the base. Since Sun-
day is a duty day, men cannot
ordinarily be given time off to
worship in a church of their own
faith outside of the base. There-
fore these provisions are made
and men are urged to avail them-
selves of the opportunities for
worship that are offered.


The following pictures will
play at the Post Theaters No. 1
and 2 on the dates indicated:
Friday, Jan. 22 WRECKING
CREW, Chester Morris, Richard
Arlen, Jean Parker; Listen,
Boys; So You Want to Give Up
Smoking; Impatient Patient.
Saturday, Jan. 23-REUNION IN
FRANCE, Joan Crawford, John,
Wayne; Ickle Meets Pickle.
Sunday and Monday, Jan. 24-25-
CASABLACANA, Humph re y
Bogart, Ingrid Bergman; News
of the Day No. 237.
Tuesday, Jan. 26-TIME TO KILL
Lloyd -Nolan, Heather Angel;
Sock-a-bye Baby; Screen Snap-
shots No. 5; Six Hits and a
Miss.
Wednesday and Thursday, Jan.
27-28 THE COMMANDOS
STRIKE AT DAWN, Paul
Muni, Lillian Gish; Der Fuehr-
er's Face; News of the Day Nc..
238.
Friday, Jan. 29 -DR. GILLE.
PIE'S NEW ASSISTANT, Lion-
el Barrymore, Van Johnson;
Wedding in Rikaner; A Hull of
a Mess.


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FROM THE

CLucy Monroe to
S Judge Contest for
Drew's Best Vocalist
Hey, gang, get a look at this...
There is a contest now open
to find Drew Field's outstanding
Vocalist Get in here a little
closer while I tell you what to
do. Just submit your name in
Writing to Lt. Earle at the Spe-
Scial Service office. The office is
at the corner of Second street and
B avenue.
SJust remember that your name
be in by Tuesday, January 26.
Of course. 1943.
S r we get your name, we'll
tt care of things. You see,
Mis Lucy Monioe is going to ap-
pear here at Drew in person to
entertain us., and the show will
Sbe BROADCAST from our own
stage at RB 1 .. Get the' idea?
The winner of our singing con-
.test will appear with Miss Mon-
roe on the broadcast, and will be
asked to sing a duet with the
famous international radio star.
That's not all There will be
an award presented to the lucky
man who wins the place of hon-
or, and Miss Monroe will do the
presenting.
Remember the set up now .
Send your name in to Lt. Earle,
.Special Service Office, not later
than Tuesday, January, 26, 1943.
The winner of the contest will
be Mr. Drew Field for a night,
and will receive a very special
Award from Miss Monroe and also
will sing on our Drew Field pro-
gram with Lucy Monroe. The
date Friday, January 29 .
the place RB 1 the time,
8:35. Let's get the names in.
We have the talent, let's get it
on the air.


SIOMEW FILD
*-


Hi-ya, fellas. Time once again
to tune in on your radio report-
er and listen to the Army's ac-
tivities of the week arranged for
you "On the Air."
On last Friday's Drew Field
Star Parade, Consolidated Mess
Hall No. 20 went-on the air to
tell its interesting storf to all
our "special" effects brought out
from the field These included
mess kits, knives, forks and
spoons dishes, pots and pans,
etc. All were used by per-
sonnel from Mess Hall No. 20
For 30 minutes the WFLA
studios took on the accompany-
to add realism to our broadcast
For 30 minutes the WFLA
studios took on the appearance
of an Army Mess hall Chow
lines were formed with all the
accompanying conservation, KP's,
1st Cooks, Mess Sgt.'s, and meat
cutters retold their story with
dramatic and interesting high-
lights. T he entire broadcast
marked another highspot in the
use of radio as a Special Serv-
indjature. A means given to
ItkW. rmy lo Pass In Review
.ev'ry time the familiar Air Corps
theme song races across the blue
to you. That song is a symbol
of perfection in the air-which
is what we strive for on any
,of the present nine weekly army
radio shows.
If all technical difficulties can
Sbe adjusted by this coming Thurs-
:'day the popular radio feature,
Rookie Roy's Scrapbook, will hit
the air .at the usual time, 8:35
to 8:55 P. M., direct from Drew
.Field Yes, wires are being
strung, lines tested, broadcasting
equipment checked and re-
-checked and this reporter has
.been interviewing former radio
engineers who are now stationed
at Drew Field in hopes of find-
ing either an officer or an en-
listed man to operate this spe-
cial equipment. Now all is in
readiness. If t he lines check,
we'll be on the air and you men
will have an opportunity of
watching this show. You might
even take part in the broadcast.
Just to make sure, why not plan
,"on being at the RB. No. 1, this
'-Thursday, at 8:00 o'clock? Look
in on Rookie Roy as he adds


SPECIAL SERVICES OFFICE


On the a Spot
SERVICE CLUB
Sunday, 8:15 P.M.-Piano con-
cert by Miss Margaret Cosie.
Monday, 8:00 P.M.-Dance, girls
from Tampa USO clubs.
Tuesday, 8:00 P.M.-Concert of
recorded symphonic music.
Wednesday, 8:00 P.M.-Dance
Pirls from Tampa Business Girls
Club.
Thursday, 8:00 P.M.-Bingo.
prizes.
Friday, 8:00 P.M.-Dance, girls
from American Legion Auxiliary
and Defense Mothers Club.
Saturday, 8:00 P.M.-Commu-
nity songfest.

Recreation Building Number 1,
First St. Between K and L.
Thursday, 8:20 P.M.:
Variety show. featuring ballet.
Friday, 8:20 P.M.:
Preview performance of "Hul-
laballoo From Drew." This is the
long-awaited all-soldier revue.
Saturday, 8:20 P.M.:
Performance of "Hullaballoo
From Drew."
Sunday, 8:20 P.M.:
Silent movie from the early.
twenties.
Monday, 8:20 P.M.:
Civilian variety show.
Tuesdav, 8:20 P.M.:
Concert by the 69th Army Air
Force Band.
Wednesday, 8:20 P.M.:
"Going to Town," USO-Camp
Show.
Thursday, 8:20 P.M.:
Civilian variety show.
Friday, 8 P.M.:
Lucy Monroe in a personal ap-
pearance.
This brings the favorite singer
of the Army to Drew in a pro-
gram featuring the awarding of
prizes for Drew's best soldier
singers, and the first WFLA
broadcast in the new series stnt
directly from the field.

more bits of interest to his grow-
ing scrapbook.
Just a word about our Big
Time broadcast which unfolds
from the stage of RB No. 1 a
week from today, January 29th,
to be exact It will be Miss
Lucy Monroe, star of the Man-
h,attan Merry-Go.-R o u n d, NBC
network feature, in a special
broadcast on the Drew Field Star
Parade-Miss Monroe will con-
duct a' singing contest. Lucky
contestants will be awarded valu-
able prizes in the form of War
Bonds For information con-
cerning auditions, c o.n t a c t Lt.
Kluge at the Special Service Of-
fice. We expect to find many
new singers through these audi-
tions. So contact Special Serv-
ices right away!
Clip this, and you have a ready
guide for your Army radio pro-
grams.
WFLA-(970) .. Daily, Monday
through Sat., 7:05 to 7:25
A. M., Drew Field Rev-
eille.
WFLA-(970) Tuesday, 6:30
to 6:45 P. M. .Drew
Field Squadronairs.
WDAE-(1250)) Thursday,
8:35 P. M. Rookie
Roy's Scrapbook.
WFLA-(970) Friday,. 9:00
to 9:30 P. M Drew
Field Star Parade.
"Keep 'Em Tuning"

In Appreciation
We up here at the Special
.Service Office want to thank
the nice people who helped
to make our Rodeo such a fine
hit with you all.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Byron
were the nice people who
brought their two swell horses
and two swellerr" children out
that day. Miss Clarice Hall
was the other lovely young
lady who rode her own horse.
To all these swell people, our
thanks are extended. Miss
Peggy Simms comes in for her
share of the credit too, be-
cause it was through Miss
Simms that the whole thing
was arranged: People like that
help us to bring fine entertain-
ment to you guys out there.
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was produced and directed by Corporal La Marr's sho w will
Cpl. La Marr to a large att.end- again be presented in the near fu-
ing audience. ture. Don't miss it if you love
Cpl. La M a r r, recently from to laugh and forget your troubles
Hollywood. is well known on the for awhile. These productions are
screen as Dave Daggett. Some being presented through the co-
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ing with Uncle Sam in June
a were: "Navy Blues," with Ann
Sheridan, Martha Raye; "Under- -
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S. l lUN -U HQ. &- HQ. SQ.
Wanted: A brave man. Are PARKS EA R
you willing to look the world
in the eye, and without batting By CPL. ROLPH FAIRCHILD
an eyelash, tell it what you Pfc. Johnny Nuzzo's hometown By PFC. ALVIN M. AMSTER
think If you are that man,
Won't you try writing this col- girl friend has cured him of writ- A pleasant goodbye and good
S umn? ing her nasty letters. The method luck to Ray Janus, who left
is beautiful in its solicit She today for AC OCS.. Neal Grant,
Credit Where Credit Is Due Dept. is beautiful its simpliciwho was transferred to a crash
simply tore up his last letter, boat outfit at III rtic Beach, S. C.
Have you ever watched a man dropped the piece into an enve- ..'. John "Wolf" Wilson at Med.
:! L trying to do 42 jobs at one time? lope and mailed it to him. Admn School, Louisiana State
Just come down to the Message H? University .and to Prince and
Center and watch Cpl. Petty give ow aboot dat Rubin, who received special as-
By SGT. JN F. SUSZ K out. He can make an octopus Supply Sgt. John M. Cox is the signments.
The .69th AAF Band lost one look like a one-armed paperhang- one who answered that old Army Paging the Day Room champs:
an, and gaed another during er when the workpiles upnex problem, latrine rumors. He re- Checkers, Ray (Mustacheless)



man, ad' aind anots her during e to Knw Thato frolder fo the company file, "ua.t-te; champ c ers losF er, Jrl,
there pas uPe, "ecy.'the Base Hd basket ballqteam, The sale of Cashmere Bouquet adjutant "'Sui days for worked
fer breaks up the Delancey St. a
Combo" of Kowalski and Schia- who gave his team such a build- soap has risen sharply lately. Itwould be ll eht if they did

vonebut S v .p Shiavoe prom-'up ^hat they took him at his word seems that Tz4 R.o.brt ,C. Nanfelt away with Sat uria y nights."
is k nes lnd 'to cay on. and proceeded to lose their first tooka g shower the other night and HOT DOT
t, h t au t .oft. o activee game to the Orderly used this highly scented product. Po
Kuttner, via F't. McClelan, Ala., ead, the nman with the everlast- otic h dreams involving beautiful better calls wife daily to inquire
to our secti onr Mrtle Band nw g smile on his face who never women all night long. Hearing about the iceman Bucking:
boasts a Brother Act' Bg as a harsh word to say of any- that, several others tried the ex- Joe Olivier spotted, wiping off
Brother, Dave, now has some- one-l Gcdentally, is the : a o perifent, ,byt ,teom y iad e any Sgt Washe's desk Eldon
$bund, when his tran came McCloskey, that spinner iali bits of fiction and half-truths v get BesGi-Saying-of-thed. oeek Dept.:n







one to watch over him, especially who ca S/U i'u hoe tickets luck hey certainly hve kept Guidry, Hill angFHolden at work
when he ventures downtown on the dance it. yo're -reall nice to qlaet ah it t Cst 7:45 a .. Sa Martin is
his "Monthly" vists. Bobby's first him The basket bal .team has been keeping the Chow House perk-
appearance with our gang wasi We're all glad to see "Captain crashing te font'page :of the ing Sancton collects type-
during the regular Tuesday eye- Johni's" nimilingR face back wiLh us Tampa Tiib so regularly of late writer repair rnanual Wienke
ning Cncert at RB No. 1 this again That sas some siege he that it is hardly wRorth recounting cawls his g.A.Aneel ... Dzelnick
iwek. T. Sgt. Ele. Eaton, went through, and his absence the details heree. But did you claims tha. pot under his bed is
in true show must go on" tra- was felt 'by every 'man' in the know that Pfc. P. C. ("Lil Abner") for his and Tloni's cgg.y butts
Ruto cri ar r ied on Fteof M c lellanAla .DOMboys -20.. 1. .. ..ite-. Th", she says, he enjoyed ex- Roy "Private -H argro be" y Cas-







dition ie, a dsaien as Master of squadron, who wished him, a Morse has been concealing his Ask FrwifeY.ly r Whobrey the
Ceremonies, despite a slightly spmeedy i ferecover 'pwastomen location of the Base Ration Board.
out-of-commission thumb. Tam- Have you ever seen John Until he joined the Army he .... "The Daily 6:19 a.m. Shavers"
pa Ur versitys Band, under the 'Gara laughing to himself? The was known strictly as Paul or are Willoughby,'Steelnack, Knip-
ed a fine concert on the same he is laughing at his own jokes- in Kansas history, he supposes, how to spell"incoming" Sgt.
stpe theO ay befo t e. l that he steals from Esquire, Film That middle initial, by the way, McWhorter, new addition to B-1,
soaingCpl. OpMahoney Costello ind Fun and Shakespeare. stands for Clif'ord. saws wood nightly Have you
sn u t resh r n Wiie Wynne .is another seen Bill Jones marksmanship
sunshine-to make him healthy; whose name got changed in the medals? The two Bob Smiths
passing up chow sessions-to cut 569th SIG. AW BN. Army. Never before was he in the mess hall are forever get-
down his waistline; and getting called anything except "Bill" or ting in each, othr'_ .' a-.a,
his hail. waved-to make him ATL DIili lp "Dick," he insists. And Ye Scribe Some Nicknamies
baearautiful It'sougangwa a ll gladeso unair. U D U mad to learn to answer to the Sanders changed his from
How is his wife going to recog- name of "Art" in place of his "Wild Bill" to t William"
nze him when she arrives from Found, on Pvt. Terry's desk the genuine monicker above. .. John Ashe is ".-eiai" Di
Philadelphia later this weke? other day, ,the follow ing itemized The trouble with Cpl. "Woody" Lorenzo, better known as "Pee
Cpl Bud Estes has been kept list of his pay: Pg- & 'h is his girl-the one he sings Wee" and it's Eldon "Tish"
trship of the All Soldiers Show, ao Bond Depost -. 10.00 Seems she moPed. and left no for- map making. Zinser is ready to
tULLABALOO FROM DREW, Insurance .6.60 adding address. t transfer to the Nurse Corps after
that Pfc. Michael J. Galdino, Laundrwhy .3.40 h taking car ,f "Pe Wee" .
Sr., has had to sub on tenor sax Carfare ,o town4.00 .And he .. ihing a fast recov-
with the Dee Sleep Eleven. In- Toet arce tc 2.00 Subs ry to who's at ftheBase Ration Board.

cidentally, the show will be pre- articles, -hspital. k:whsathe
viewed at RB No. 1 this Fri- e $48. 0 d te A h Oxner and Oke are the perpet-
day, andour dance orchestra will We'r wa wondering what could' Anne Voscinar tells usthat she ual "61" players who are forever
ed a ie co the m chre .that have happened to the remaining is about to make a trip ,to the ribbing eacwh pell."com ivona is
orchestra at the Service Men'shath a $200from Equir Film arThat reddl se into divulge his, the new Upper B-leader to B-.
Cpl. Mahoney Costello is FunT/anth Arbusto has in his pos- name. Maj. Whisenigdtly must have
Dance that night are you sessn gey f picture f ..Marion Ward, of Blue Prints swiped that novel cigar humidor
SSam Schiavone i b to som laies he claims to know.: say she's used to having "wolves from his wife's c:ki- set B .
passing up chwiavone is back to He saycut 569they'SIe from ewJer- bothering her at night but she Hider thinks hlear C,e forev Bal is a
his arner Bros. Daste-he sey ow we're working on a per- dra ws.the line on "rat." It seems swell place ... Dot Huml spent
starred the m e AIR man, change for the battalion. she'sjust been on he night shift. a few day.: ,n Clicao last week.
FORCE, which was filmed at P.T Troncoso has been doing Allen -De 'Wald, of a Supply, The "Rope" ill:, has a bool'
Drew Field, with John Garfield quit e iof letter writirig ate claimed s Js injured eg was caused gang. Corry and Cohn finally.
in a suppting, e rothis time RFuon Pvt. Teilrs bthe ya scoiter throw ing him. As have their diaries up to date.i.

reacts in "H from D." daily, he writes letters to women a bit 6f personal advice, 'old man, Bob Oehme is sweating out a fur-
Clel Wip Krleon a n d Pf. he has never met, requesting next time watch out for that first lough and a future Mrs. Oehme.
Joe Wright are u ndergoing some their pictures He's u to page16 step when you have to leaveby St. McGuire burns for a cer-
sort of ransmutation, evidencedin e he phone boo at this writing the seconi-story window, tain heX cutie, but he's too bash-
sory of thrsuterothon, evidenedr S/Sgt. Smhpp is going to be We hear that Rev. Robert Y. ful to admit it. .. For sale, one
rl, which at e gives the married soon. Congratulations! Portion did a mighty fine job of good garrison hat. See Tom Wil-
general impression that thy are Pvt. Waterman is still .on DS handling the Supply Office force loughby.
trying toweave themselves into at Weehawken, N. J. when they had their first "gas ,at-,
ra oon h Willie and oe Lt. Norstrom is very busy with tack" on Jan 12. Was his face red OPE DAY AND NIGHT
hope that it will turn into a his gas. He's had an attack every whe the alarmk" turne out T a et
couple of mustachios; however, f sch is tillagitatedabout be some workmen fixing the Tamp Bay Market

the "thing". should peel off before still agitated about plumbing in a nearby building. A G. Cleotelis & Son
it reaches that stage, If gert a eery thing. By the tway, Bob, did you know BEEWIN-talSANDWICHES
it acule of doulehe ader ckes Ta e characters and events in that baking soda is good for gas? Groceries, Fruits, Magazines
(one for Cpl. immer ma a d this column are purely fictitious. Overheard while idly snoopinghe ual "61" players who are forever

the other for his assistant, Pvt. Any siiarity to actual persons, Eunice Blondeau, of Hdqs.: "I Ph. H 3143. 204 W. Lafayette
Solomon). t living or dead, is intentional, wonder what men talk about
-MR. X. when they're off by themselves."
--- Florence Moore, of Hdqs.: Lafayette Hotel
S"Probably the same things we E. A. CLAY Manaer
ImeansIyou'Ie hearig h ing power of the team is expected d o" E. A. CLAY, Manager
III igh r ln to be boosted even more. Eunice Blondeau: "Oh, Aren't 120 West Lafayette Street
STorcshe world famous B-7 barracks they awful!" East ide f Brid
By Pfc. Longman and pf. Srartz has undergone drastic changes re- Lois McIntyre, of Hdqs., a ee
Ths c a h h ho .cently. Instead of the hub-bub been jilted. Just when the phone M 5588 Tampa, Fla.
last weeof being the first o chatter-athere is a profound si- groom (smart fellow)got hits, swiped that neligar humidor
fire form record on the newly cok- lence. This is due to the transfer transferred to Georgia. Poor L ? ... N.
leted firing range. Since only of all the 3rd Fighter office men, Won't she ever get a man? t se The Tavern Bar & Grill
half of the company was able to men, cooks, and teletype opera- Sub-Depot's cutie of the eme T A D C D LUNCHES

ers will not be announced until plotters, radio, and Msg. Cen. Dept. Who should be next wes .Spaghetti a Specialty
later. mwhic sen. Barracks B9f has the honor cutie? da t week.:
Prew Field, with John Garfield Tr o has been ______ Alen* _____ -Wld, _of 31rupplykiSt P The has a boolo
























We wish to welcome a new of receiving Pfc. Kropidlowski s _______ -i 311 Franklin St. Phone 3940
radio officer to o udr company, and "Whispering Joe" Konfrst e obna acc an, b LI UORS-BEER-WINES
Lt. Maus. He will take the place among its new members. eGroceries atc ot o tat Can a
,of Lt. Denton, who was trans- _____e tr p s. Hs tionsup to
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It was quite a coincidence when Protect your life, the lives of Ahe s ndl -ry window. ELITE bCIGARhs to
Lt Maus arrived in this co- others and valuable property and o adartrs o ama
pany anw d met Pfc. Mann. It equipment by always observing Whiting and a Jefferson Stree T -
general impression t hey are Pvt. Waterman is stillep on DS handling the SupplyTOffice force loughby.























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Page% 6







Janua'I" .. 1943 DREW FIE. IIE -Page 7


Censors Kept Busy

By Loose Talking

and Letter Writing

Loose talk and the rumor clinic
are still active according to out-
side reports.
A' soldier, over-anxious to tell
:his parents of his transfer, di-
"vulged military information that
could be used by the enemy. He
,was court-martialed and sen-
.tenced to six months hard labor
and forfeiture of $28 a month
from his pay for six months.
S..The statements of the soldier
were made over a camp coin tele-
phone and overheard by a non-
commissioned officer.
As reported to the special court-
niartial, the soldier said: "Hello,
mom. I'm fine. I wanted to phone
you before I left. I finished my
training yesterday and I'm being
shipped out tomorrow. The whole
battery is headed for ."
-The point of destination was
'name' bhy the soldier in addition
t'o t ews of the troop move-
inent. -
Many others are trying to in-
form their folks by various
'codes." These "codes" seldom
get past the censors. For exam-
ple- "I send you all my love and
>x x-x x." These X's may be inno-
cent enough, on the surface, but
,a certain number of X's might
pertain' to a specific destination.
These foolish soldiers are keeping
33.500 censors busy.
S, If you don't think the censor's
gjob is tedious, just recall some of
the tripe you've written at vari-
ous times-when you were in a
gymood in writing to your best
fgirl, or when griping about vari-
[us: conditions in the camp. This
jis exemplified by the story of the
girl v. ho received a letter from
her boy friend who was overseas,
Ito find only a note from the cen-
sor" with this message: "Your boy
tfriiend still loves you--- but he
talks too damn much!"
} Remember, when you give
away information regarding troop
maneuvers, gun emplacements,
numbers of planes, buildings or
trod6pi you are not only endan-
gering :'ourself, but the lives of
all :your comrades and even the
probable loss of important posi-
'tiorN;
SSo. for your country's sake, sol-
.dier. k:ep your information to
'yourself


SON THE BALL
By PL;- R. G. T. PEARMAN
911ff QOM Plafo6di
r Before T go a step further, I
must clear up a very grave error
commented by my chubby chum,
J J. Mitch~el, perpetrator of
h"Dishr, Dirt." arid' nw on fur-
lough. He states quite bluntly
that the b,.unch of grapefruit jug-
.gler-: '..horm .'.,- laughingly refer
to as "The 59th Avn. Basket Ball
Teami." beat the QM Team three
out of five. -Everyone in Camp
DeSot:o knows that such talk is
nothing but pure trash. He must
eve' dreamed that up while
ru-hi ne the chow line for the
usual Fight meals he packs away
daily. The correct tally is 8 to 1
in our favor. Just to give you
an idea of how things are go-
ing: while playing under wraps,
:,e tripped them up, 50-19. Any-
time they think that they have
j team, they are welcome to come
around --n d we will convince
them are wrong.
,-Whileistill on the subject of
basket ball, how about the tum-
nmies on Pvt. Greenwich and Tech
5th Grade Leue Carter? If they
get any fatter, Uncle Sammy is
gbing to have to furnish motor-
zed wheelbarrows for them to
"art their basket ball bellies about
n. -
It does these feeble eyes of
mine a lot of good to see all of
be fellows of 911 falling out
or morning roll call. The col-
Suins, are p plenty straight and
here's lots of pep in the whole
uutflt It makes me glad that
[ am one of them.
Congratulations to Cpl. Fergu-
son and to Pvts. Eddie Kincey
land Richard Hayward -for being
chosen as the best looking sol-
liers at the regular Saturday in-
;pection. You fellows better keep
hose pants well pressed, because
Jpl. Ferguson says that he is go-
rig to make winning that honor
. habit.
/Nothing new to report on the
*ecre'ation hall or the new PX.
?Jafis are going ahead as sched-
:led, so it is just a matter of
'nle.


Army Newsmaps REPORTS

Keep Drew Soldiers By SGT. LESTER SHEAR
There's an epidemic of love fe-
W ell- Ino r ld ver in the company. T/Sgt. Kirby
W e I Informeg was married this week at the
First Christian Church in Tampa.
What happened in North Africa His beautiful little wife brought
last week? Where is Lakte Chad? her mommy down to cry at the
How big is the island of Guadal- wedding. From here on out, the
canal? How are the Russians do- Kirbys will reside in town. Cpl.
ing? Hundreds of questions are Clark Stressing always keeps. a
asked by men at Drew Field picture of Peg on his desk at
They find the answers easily by school and on his shelf in the
referring to -. the NEWSMAP barracks. Just ask him, and he
prepared and distributed weekly discourse on the obvious
by the Special Services Division charm of his dearly beloved. Sgt.
of the U. S. Army v Aubrey Stanley receives two let-
This unique publication is a ters every day from the GF. He's
combination wall-map, illustrat- i the market for a wedding ring,
ed magazine and newspaper. To .cause the date's set for sometime
keep pace with current history, n April. Pvt. Joel Mosha is hop-
production of the NEWSMAP ing for a permanent transfer to
must necessarily move at double'1 Rradenton so he can be near dear
time. The maps are drawn by the May. Why is Sgt. Weinbrun
Information Branch of Special spending so much time in St. Pe-
Information Branch of Special be a woman is
Service, sent to the printers on tersburg? Can it be a woman is
Wednesday. Copy is sent by teleresponsible? (You said it, -bud.)
type with a deadline of Thurs- St. E. Bernstein is getting mar-
day night. The presses start roll- red on the first. The first chance
ing on Friday and finished copies he gets.
are shipped on Saturday. Copies Take heed and notice, you day
of NEWSMAP are posted in every room goldbricks. Those beautiful
company and squadron orderly curtains and all the new interior
room. decorations were done by the la-
The large colored map of the dies of the Riverside Baptist
world is the most prominent sin- Church. They truly are doing
gle feature of NEWSMAP and more than their share.
brings the global nature of the At long last, Cpl. Floyd "Hope-
war we are waging. The printed less" Norsen has become an in-
commentaries place the week's structor at "B" stage. Dead ring-
news in proper perspective with ers, Pvt. Leo Passo and Pvt. Bob
past events in any given theater, Dubach work together, live to-
list losses, landings made, ground gether and-look alike. Cpl. Dick
gained, and victories won. Pic- Land was up two nights in a row
tures make this more vivid. In studying for a blood test. Sgt.-
.presenting this information, ab- Hoffman went before the OCS
solute honesty is insisted upon. board Tuesday. The boys wish
Fighting men want facts, not you lots of luck, Ed. Cpl. Burt
guesses, and if an error is detect- Warrum and Pfc. Curtis Wilson
ed, it is corrected at the very were sailboatinig off St. Peters-
first opportunity, burg in' Tampa Bay last Sunday.
Nearly 2,500 years ago, a Chi- Ask them to show you the pic-
nese general said: "If you know tures. Sgt. Chicoine is still men's
the enemy and know yourself, ice skating champ of Vermont.
you need not fear for the result And he's got lots of cups to prove
of a hundred battles." Today, it. But does he ever talk about it?
those hundred battles are raging, Never! Cpl. Kosko has done his
and NEWSMAP is helping Amer- bit for American literature. He
ican troops to understand them helped type manuscripts for Mari-
and to comprehend their rela- an Sims' latest novel, "Beyond
tionship. Surrender." As his reward, he has
an autographed copy. Cpl. Taft is
PHOTOS GET DETAILS looking for old clocks to repair.
Photographic plates used by He doesn't want to lose that
U. S. flyers engaged in aerial pho- "touch." A little column in last
tography are so sensitive that the week's paper reminds us that
detailed picture of an entire city T/Sgt. John Johns was a class-
can be printed on a surface not mate of Francis Farmer not too
more than four inches wide. long ago. 'Nuff said.


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It concerns Private John
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721st SIGNAL AW COMPANY

DREW DROPS
By CPL. ELLIS A. HILBORN
Personalities:
Lt. Newman, formerly Supply,
Mess and Transportation Officer,
was recently designated as the
Special Services Officer. What
next, little man?
The new outfit is coming along
smoothly under the direction' of
Captain Phillip C. Keiper. Mother
and child are doing fine, thank
you.
Sgt. Gibson has been having a
hard time with his poker games.
He never seems to win. He has
been trying for months to get
back what he has lost and he is
still losing.
Coniplaint Department:
Many people are wondering
how long the new complaint bu-
reau will last and how effectively
it will operate IF it does last.
How soon are the theaters in
the new area going to open? It's
a long walk to the Base movies.
There are plenty of activities
going on around Drew, but we
either don't hear about thehf until
they are' all over or we can't find
the' swaihp' in which they are
held.
Who said that a company-clerk
and a personnel clerk had an easy
life? It's a blarsted' lie.
This is a new column. Maybe
we can think up a smooth title by
the time the next issue gets 6iut.


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January M,; 1943


DREW FIELD ECHGOtS-


Page 7


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Drew Drops MacDill Drew Loses Game Interceptors Stop
After Chalking Up Third Air Force By
With 56 7 Scoe Nine Straight Wins Score of 39 to 34
With 56 47 S ; Drew Interceptors basket ball
Last Monday night, in Lake- team completed the first half of
Take Lea e L d land after winning nine straight the first round in the Tampa City
Take League Lead games, Drew Field's No. 1 bas- League by defeating the Third
ketball team suffered its first de- Air Force, 39-34, for their fifth
PFC. DELWIN BAGGETT feat at t he hands of Florida straight winin the league.
Southern College by the score of j The Interceptors now have won
In winning their fourth straight 33-27. 10 out of 12 games played in
game in the Tampa City league, Missing the basket repeatedly, league competition and outside
ew N Psbskbllteam along wih bad passing, was the competition with nine of them
defeated the MacDill Flyers, 56- main downfall of the team. in succession.
47 on the Drew court last Turs- John Fowler, high scorer in The first quarter was a nip-and-
day night to take over undis- the Tampa City league of which tuck affair with Drew leading
puted league lead. Drew is a rv, 'nber, led the team 7-6 at the end of the period. In
MacDill, long an arch rival of with seven field baskets for a to- the second quarter, Drew picked
Drew, made a fight of it all the tl of 14 points six field goals and one foul for
way and led the Interceptors The Intercentors held a 11-10 13 points, to lead 20-15 at the
through the first half. Drew advantage at the end of the first half.
made their bid for victory in the quarter. But in the second period, I .Fowler and Schendel paved the
last half and led their opponents, 're"- scored onlv one foul shot. way for Drew's victory with 12
39-38 at the end of the third Southern led 17-12 at the half. and 11 points, respectively.
quarter. ,,'icKuig up nine points in the Playing a bang-up game on de-
Ed Schndel, former Wisconsin third aartpr, t he Interceptors fense was Messing for the Inter-
player, hit the basket for 10 field forged ahead and led 21-19 at the ceptors, who did a good job in
goals for a total of 20 points to enu of me third period. stopping the offense of the losers.
lead the Drew attack. Follow- In the final quarter the rollegae Line-ups:
ing on his eels with 11 points boys went to work, led by Panel- I Drew (39)-Haskin, f (4), Bix-
respecti ely, were Sam Hfaskin lio, with eight points to amass by, f (2), Fowler, f (12), Messing,
and John Fowler at forwards. 14 points adthe game. f (5), Schendel, c (11), Sitarz, g
The Flyers grabbed a quick -- (3). Derkacs, g, McConnell, g, Fox,
lead as the game opened and g (2).
held a two-point advantage at 503rd Wins Two in Row Third Air Force (34)-Davis, f
the end of the first and second (2), Apple. f (8). Martin, f (4),
quarter. The half-time score was Monday night, January 11, the Kerr, f Wing, c(6), Cropper, g,
During the hectic game, the 503rd Regiment's basket ball wVhite ('), Johnson, g (7).
During the hectic game, the team Won, 31 to 22, in a slam-
lead changed hands 13 times and team won, 31 to 22, in a slam-
lwa tinged an fie oa1imes ans bang battle against the 564th Bat-
rew scored 17 points in the talion. McLoughlin was high scor- Drew, 47; J. H. S., 42
last quarter as they pulled away er, with 12 points. The players The Drew basketeers con-
from their opponents in a scoring were Friedman, Ackman, Mc- tinued their winning ways in
spree that has become typical of Loughlin, Arysh, Scott, McAtee, defeating Jesuit High School,
the Interceptors Flis and Brown. 47-42, for their ninth victory
Bonnell and Cassidy turned in Monday night, January 18, the of the season.
a superb floor game on defense 503rd did it again. In a furious Jesuit led the way for the
for the Interceptors as they kept nip-and-tuck game with the first three quarters but late
the high scoring quintet from 552nd Battalion's five, the 503rd in the final period the soldiers
across the way in check. rang up 47 points against their found the basket and edged
The lineups: opponents' 40. Ackman was high out their high school op-
MacDill Flyers (47) G F tp scorer. The players this time in- ponents.
Colmer, f 1 0 2 cluded Pashowitz, Freier, Land, John Fowler was high scorer
Farley, f 3 2 8 Carter, Friedman, Ackman, Mc- for Drew.
McKinney, f --------- 0 2 Loughlin, Arysh, Scott and
Creslar, f 0 2 2 Brown.
Cummings, c ---------6 1 13 These games are held every T
Tho..pson, c --____- 0 0 Monday, Wednesday and Friday H TEL
Isrel, 4 4 12 nights in Gym No. 2, and all in-
Kaveny, g 2 0 4 terested spectators are invited. RIGHT DO
Heinz, g 0 0 0 Three games are on the scheduleMarion a
Scholtz, g 2 0 4 each night. MANAG
.. .. STACY ADAMS Al


TOTALS 19 9 47 556th Sig. Bn.--- 1----
Drew Intercept. (56) G F tp 556th Sig. Bn. 0 -----_
Haskinl, f 5 1 11 564th Sig. Bn. 0-----
Sitarz, f 1 1 3 553rd Sig. Bn. ----------0
Fowler, f 5 1 11
Bixby, f 1 0 2 WHITE LEAGUE
Schendel, c _--___ 10 0 20 Team W
Bonnell, g 2 1 5 555th Sig. Bn. _------ -3
Cassidy, g 1 2 4 308th Sig. Co. Wing ____2
S- 312th Sig. Co. Wing 2
TOTALS --_---25 6 56 576th Sig. Bn. 1
575th Sig. Bn. 1_________
Matthews Cops Golf 91st o ing 1
391st Sig. Co Wing ]1
Prize 680th Sig. Co.' 0
S/Sgt. M. S. Matthews was BLUE LEAGUE
medalist winner of the golf tour- Team W
nament held by Drew Field play- 708th Sig. Co. 2----
ers at the Airport Golf Club. A 1303rd Sig. Co. ------2-
nice 78 won for Sgt. Matthews a 713 Sig. Co. 2
sterling golf charm prize. Other 710th Sig. Co --______-1
winners were S/Sgt. J. Allison, 307th Sig. Co. Wing 1
net winner, 86-19-67. Cpl. L. C. 705th Sig. Co. 1-
Ray won the high prize with a 703rd Sig. Co. 0
gross 98. 407th Sig Co 0
More playecrre urged to take Includes games through Jar
advantage of he Airport Golf 15, 1943.
Club facilities and join in the
fun. Everyone enjoyed the tour- ..--- .._ .
nament and more matches are
planned for the future.
The golf club is just a half mile
west of the north gate.

AWUTC Basket Ball
Leagues in Full Swing


The Air Warning, Unit Train-
ing Center basket ball league
continued play in all three
leagues during the past week.
In the Red league, three teams
remained undefeated with three
Victories apiece. The 52nd Sig.
Battalion, 503rd Regt. ain d the
563rd Battalion all k e pt clean
slates.
The 555th Sig. Battalion and
the 308th Sig. Co. Wing remained
undefeated in the White league
with three and two victories, re-
spectively.
In the Blue league, the 708th
Sig. Co. and the 1303rd Sig. Co.
remained at the top of the league
with two against no defeats.
League standings:
RED LEAGUE
Team W L
552nd Sig. Bu. 3 0
503rd Sig. Regt. __---__- 3 0
563rd Sig. Bn. ---------- 0
501st Sig. Regt. -------- 1


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New Basket Ball
League Formed
In Drew Field's younger days,
sports were on a catch-as-catch-
can basis. But with the advent of
our new gym buildings, sports
and recreation finally have come
into their own. And as an out-
standing example of the initiative
of the boys in the Signal Corps,
three Drew Field basket ball
leagues have been formed.
All teams are from different or-
ganizations in the AWUTC. There
are a total of eight teams in each
league and they meet every Mon-
day, Wednesday and Friday in
gyms Number 2 and 3. There is
no admission charge and the
gyms are open to all spectators.
Three basket ball games are
played in each gym each night
and the players are strictly "on
the ball."
The league is sponsored by the
Physical Training Department
and has the sanction of all or-
ganizations concerned.

Former Ball Player
Now Sergeant Major
Of Signal Battalion
A former professional baseball
player who starred at shortstop
for the San Francisco Seals of the
Pacific Coast League, M/Sgt.
Jack M. Riordan is now starring
in a more serious undertaking..
He is now sergeant major of the
566th S.A.W. Battalion.
Sgt. Riordan entered the Army
September 11, 1941, at Monterey,
Calif., his home town, and re-
ceived his basic training at Camp
Roberts, Calif. He also spent 10
months at McCord Field, Wash-
ington. Since coming to Drew
Field he has received the follow-
ing promotions: sergeant on Jan-
uary 8, 1942; first sergeant,
March 1, 1942; and master ser-
geant, August 10, 1942.
In 1940 M/Sgt. Riordan was
graduated from San Jose College.
Following up his favorite sport,
baseball, in the Army, he has
played on the Drew Field base-
b1ll team which piled up a win-
ning record last season.


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