Title: Drew Field echoes
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Title: Drew Field echoes
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Language: English
Publisher: Post Exchange
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida -- Tampa   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Drew Field Air Force Base (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 )
General Note: "Published each Friday in the interest of the officers and enlisted men of Drew Field."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 39 (Dec. 2, 1943).
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VOL. 2, NO. 19 Published Exclusively in the Interest of the Personnel of Drew Field Friday, July 16, 1943
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Drew Nurses Have Songfest Drew-MacDill WAACs Veteran Member ol
To Have Joint Party
Tuesday,July 20th is the f Rainbow Division
St anniversary of the WAACs. The Rainbow Division
'' USO clubs of Tampa are jointly e
.., .. o s honoring the women in uniform in ca
04 .:t a gala party to be held in the ei
b Municipal Auditorium, Plant
Park, bgeinning at 7:30 p.m. Capt. H. S. Palmer, 405th Bom-
Music for dancing will be fur- bardment Group Intelligence Of-
nished by the MacDill Field Or- ficer, who enlisted in the coun-
Schestra under the leadership of try's armed forces for the second
in f Warrant Officer Anthony Fredric. time last August, was promoted
This party is to be purely WAAC recently to his present grade.
without the presence of men ex A veteran of World War I, Capt.
the floor show.ho entertain in Palmer was' a member' of the fa-
SThere will be assembly by mous Rainbow Division which,
,states, group singing with oppor- though battered, left an ineradi-
s ttunity to sing. company songs. cable record of courage and de-
Each company will present an termination on the pages of
o amateur production, introduced, American history.
e by its own capable M.C. and eam- i Capt. Palmer was 19 at the time
bellished by its commanding offi- of his first enlistment. When his
". cer. division was in France he was
SThe grand march will be led by placed on duty as runner. In this
officers of the Third Air Force capacity he worked for General
who will be in Tampa that day Douglas MacArthur. who com-
'... a for a special conference. Captain handed the 84th Infantry Bri-
,". McCauley, of the Third Air Force gade.
Headquarters, will be guest, The captain soldiered through
(Photo Courtesy Robertson & Fresh) speaker. During, the evening four major campaigns of World
Pictured above are a few of Drew Field's nurses in a moment of relaxation in their new recrea- teams from e accompany will War I-the Champagne-Marne,
lion room. compete in a quiz contest, viewing Aisne Marne, Meuse-Argonne and
Lt. Edna Herbert, Chief Nurse, viewed a bare :rom adjacent to the Nurses' Dining Hall and de- for group prizes. Waltz, rhumba San Mihiel engagements. He was
...r .rs and jitterbug contests are on the seasoned veteran when, in
ided that it would be an ideal spot in which he "Angel ofMercy" could relax. She obtained a nd jitterbug contests are on the a seasoned veteran whentieth
piano fcicm the Hospital Red Cross. The furniture and radio were contributed by Mr. and Mrs. A telephone call home will be birthday When1, the Armistice
Warren of Tampa. Mr.- Warren is president of the Tampa Dog Track...:
Recently the Drew Nrses Day Room had its o a ending. on hose sen were Col. the sought after.prize of theeve- had been signed, and he was with
Jay F. Ganel; Base Surgeon, and his wife. Medi-al officers are welcome at the nurses' day room. ning. theArmy of Occupation inGer-
many, stationed, at Burgbruhl,
O T IEight WAACs where they made him mail clerk.
Mr -After receiving his commission,
PR O M O TIO N BLITZ (o l Hubbard New Eight WAAbe fs t*try-eS thra'en nah5d8s
Add Stripes he attended an advanced officers'
SEight membersof the 756th training school where he learned
WAAC Post Headquarters Com- first station was Hunter Field,
Sand blouses Tuesday night. The Drew Field with the 84thBo
"s "f "l n "w "a e S Ar C 0, Bnew privates firs-t-class include: 'Drew Field with the 84th Bom-
Promotions of eleven Drew Candidate School, Air Cor 405thGrou Leta Dean, Edna Howat, Flor- bardment Group, in which he was
Field Officers was announced this Miami Beach, Fla., Capt. Dole ence Maxfield, Hazel Molard,telligence Officer
week by the Public Relations Of- was commissioned a second lieu- Lois Phillips, Helen Rimini, Mary o teligene Oier
fice, te June 24, 1942. He Lt. Col. Mark E. Hubbard, of Scull and- Janet Sheldon. (Continued on Page 8)
fe tenantJune 24, 1942. He was Wausau, Wisconsin, has assumed
Major Edwin P. Jones, pro- stationed at Sarasota in August command of the 405th Bombard-
moted from captain, can boast of 1942, and came to Drew Field in meant Group. Barracks Bas A5e U u
.more accurate knowledge of the January of this year. mThe colonel returned recently Barracks Bags Are Useful
present theatres of war than most Capt. Dole's former home is at from the African Theatre. He was
officers now stationed in the con- North Collins, New York. relieved of the command of an- he Frced Bai
tinental United States. other group in the formative When Forced to Bail Out
As foreign auditor for a New Capt. Frank G. Favorite, Classi- stage. Upon taking command of
York Oil Company, he spent from fiction Officer, Drew Field, the 405th,- he launched a. training
1931 to 1933 in Egypt, Palestine, claims no home town. The army program in fighter tactics in'
Syria. Turkey, Greece, India, is his home, he asserts. which he is extremely welli:R
Java, Ceyln,' Singapore and Hong Promoted to captain- July 7, versed, having brought his com-
Kong. Returning to America, the he was enlisted October 12, 1940. mand in the African theatre
-major operated a public and priv- He attended the Officer's Candi- through 58 sorties. Col. Hubbard
ate accounting office for import date School at Miami and was stated' that his unit had only a
and export firms. commissioned June 23, '942. fraction of tflib losses after the hdnl
: A. native :of Pennsylvania, Capt. Favorite was assigned to first, month.
Major:Jones atttended the New Drew Field July 4, 1942. In civil His plans 'for the 405th is to .
-Yokle Milifary' Academy. at Corn- life the captain was a bank teller eliminate initial *losses- now. by 14 .
weaIl-on,-te-Hudsrorn He later at- at Como Park, Maryland. proper training. He feels, that .. "
tendd- Lehigh lUniversity, where Capt. and Mrs. Favorite live at training comparable .to battle
he .a 33a member of the R.O.T.C. 212 So. Boulevard Ave., Tampa. conditions and always carried out
He ,as elected"to Phi Beta Kap- in battle formation will go a. long..
-- a Capt. Edward B., Dailey, Army wI ay toward-lowering pilot.losses
-.laJor Jones entered the regular Emergency Relief Officer, was in combat.
armr in lay, 194-12, and was as- promoted this week from .first Col. Hubbard attended both
signed- as Assistant Utilities Off- lieutenant. ithe University of Wisconsin and
cr at the Orlandlo Air B.~ e. He Capt. Dailey is a graduatee of the University of Minnesota. He
va. later reas.signed as Post Ex- Colgate College. He later attend- wis-.a member of the Minnesota ..'
clianpe Officer at the Fighter ed the Harvard University of National Guard for two-and-one- ... ..
Command School there. He was Business Administration. In civil half years before 'going on active
tr 'n erred to Drew Field in Oc- life, the captain was.employed by duty in 1940. He and Mrs. Hub- Don w"
't 1942. The major is Base the Socony Petroleum Company, bard and their two children re- iS Don Mae
P=.- AExchange Officer at Drew. Inc., New York. He is a former side at Indian Rocks.
resident of Ithaca, N.Y. -_ _
;Capt. H. C. Coward, Base Range Mere Man Takes
Officer and Assistant S-3, has- had Capt. Rudolph Bostleman, for- ere Man Takes
.more than ten years service with merely of the Third Air Force, is Over WAAC Job
the army. He was first commis- another Drew Field Officer to A male officer has replaced a
signed February 5, 1932, as a re- have received promotion this WAAC in a desk job in Wash-
serve officer. He was called to week. ington-according to the latest
active du-ty at Drew Field June Capt. Bostleman entered the report from the War Department.
17, 1942, and was promoted to service August 14, 1942. He is a First Officer Jane Donlon was
first lieutenant December 1, graduate of the AAF Technical replaced by Capt. Vann Kennedy
1942. Training Course, Miami Beach, as head of office of technical in-
.A graduate of Clemson College, Florida. -He came to Drew Field, formation in WAAC headquar-
South Carolina, Capt. Coward October 5, 1942. ters. She was transferred to Salt
operated a farm at Aikens, South A lawyer in civil life, Capt. Lake City to head WAAC Public
-Carolina. Bostleman is assigned as Assist- Relations in the Ninth Service
Capt. and Mrs. Coward and ant Claims Officer, Courts and Command. Capt. Kennedy. was
children, Alice, Tommy, and H.C. Boards Division, Drew Field. called from Fort Des Moines,!
Jr. live at 2910 Villa Rosa Park. Capt. and Mrs. Bostleman and Iowa, WAAC Training Center to
son, John R., live at the Floridan take over his new assignment.
Capt. Dennis J Dole, promoted -Hotel.
from lieutenant July 8, entered
the service July 22, 1941, after Capt. William S. Beckett, archi- Chillenge to Softballers
being deferred until he completed tectural engineer, Drew Field, The 552nd Sig. AW Bn. softball
his college course and attained was promoted from first lieute- team is anxious to play any team
an AB degree. nant this week. on Drew Field. On a recent training cruise, demonstrating water safety tactics
:The captain, Assistant Adju- Entering the service August 7, The signal team is leading the -swimming through burning oil, staying afloat with barracks
tant, Base Headquarters, is one 1942, Capti Beckett came to Drew City League. LLt. George Adams baas. swimming with rifle held above head, using fatigue clothes,
of the few officers.at Drew Field December 19, 1942. Originally a' is the team's coach. Mae Wests. etc. ,A
to have served as enlr at twisted man member of an infantry unit, the Teams wishing to accept the The cruise was supervised by Lt. Chester K. Friedland, 84th
and commissioned officer at this captain attended the United Air 552nds challenge should phone Bomb. Group Physical Training Officer.
station. Extension 584 and ask for Lt. Top: "Old Faithful" barracksbag used as a life preserver.
After completing the Officer's (Continued on Page 8) George Adams. Bottom: "Mae West." a big help here.


Pagw & ?vbE-

S.sheet. You'll, be hearing more three pairs of shoes, and best of
S about the reason for the ditty- in all, you.get to' ive. on Drew Field.
a week or'fto:. Well, it was nice Why, man, you nrievbI-a.r d it bet-''
'while-"it lasted! ter!" A :1.1i a ; of brickbats are
S-f IIusu3 al iined :,t the head of the
Congratulations to Hutchisdn, d riperin-i ot the above line. -The
Langford and Toole who made it safest bie 1i Il tellit' to the soldier
from-T/5 t0 Techniciari F.-.urth, Ib, tei:phoni.
nri t:, Jc,:hobs~ and RappaporLt .who
:jurnpesd'r ~n.Afe. to 'rp.ral-s on Z a R signed
tuesday. R.emribbei', gal., you
can only make colonel in this The 405th Bombardment Group
.Women's Army;, but it's some- has suffered the loss. of its Com-
Sthing to shoot at. .Keep trying mander,.'Lt. Cil Mf'airvin S. Zipp.
S'"'-----: ,",w})o is' assuming cnmmnand of a
"V-,* ', I R -W- 'new" dive .bomb unit Alth:,uigh
S/ST EVE SIMMONS I-v- :V IT S he regttedto le hie corn-
By S/SGT. EVE SIMMONS IG; HQ.' & ; 0,CO., 9t F. C. :hand, he is enthusiastic over his'
Most of us use Army terms. By !STGT. MIKE DOD'D' new assignment with th'e, dv.e'
without knowing just how they 'Lt. Lye Robe..has just- gotten bomb unit.*- ,.
-wee derived. The favorite term the last bit of gold worn off his This is. only : to be-expected
ia s6tdier or WAAC slanguage bars'and' now they're silver. First i sinc e le was operating ,.Moficer
is "chow." It is said to be an Lt. Robe is our outfit's Telephone of ithe' otigin 1 di"e bomb quad-
_aLiericanized corruption of the and Teletype Officer. He is justly rIn 6of ft Airmy Air Forces. The
Chinese word, chaii." and was proud of his top-flight section,:i d angemlent is terporra' in ri.a-
introduced into the Army with and we are justly proud of hi: i tre and h. ,-x:pects to return to
tke arrival of the' Chinese in promotion. Keep 'em in the the 4!)5th before too many
Catifornia in 1849. groove, Lt. Robe. mo-ths .
-" Alfred Renzi, of T. and T. sec- The'" entire gi'oup' Wishes; the
Because of the attendance of a tion, bounced into the supply de- Colonel well: and: a speedy return
couple of newsfolks at a certain apartment this morning, beaming to flhe unrit he ha- -:. ably forited.
eiaerie'in town, the crudely hu- like a recruit with his first fur-
imorous are threatening to turn lough papers. The reason for his
in" their copy at -the aforefien- elation, he. explained, was that W HIT ER ROSE B.A R
tioned spot instead of at the the Missus is coming .to Tampa P'afil Webler, itro.- r
Echoes office. Positively libelous! next week. LIQUOR';, WINE.. BIER '
^ -S Pfc. Fenton C. Harbour, of sup- AND CIGX.RS
wonder if it's favoritism or is ply departinent, and Draftsman Con Ciss and' Ma ion St-
iStreally.possible to pick out the Cpl. Valentino Innocenti make a
Khaki Kids from Drew by the weekly trek to St. Petersburg to Plhobe 4502
dighity 'with which they carry bask in that city's famed sun-
thei selves on the streets of shine. They've acquired a nifty
Tampa even the soldiers in- tan and what with the view they
.ist it's true. get of the beach lovelies from
W -their vantage point, they seem
This bit (swiped from another much the better for their regu-
camp mag) is worth reading and lar rendezvous at St. Pete.
thinking over, especially by those This column derived its name
limited few who contemplate tak- from a G.I. saying, which we
ing. a-run-out powder in Septem- strongly suspect had its origin in
fer- It is called "WHY" and was this compnay. It's often heard in
peined by David E. Lilienthal. a sentence .that goes something
'Why in hell shouldn't we work like this'. "Whatcha Pripin' about,
Iaad? -This is your country and buddy? Yoiu get all the swank
nmiun that is fighting:' -.Why clothes you', can wear, you get
s uldii't we do our best? We are three squaes- a day, you've got
iCs aspectato in a war between
olh&b countriess' It'is our necks
thaat are' ut. It is our liberty that SM ARI SPOrI OT .. A ir-Coniiiari P. M i -i
is-at stake. It is our world, that is as e 4te Nihf
in-flames. I am sure you are put- nA r
tisg, as, all of us are, 'everything TODAY NEnA
tfat we can into this job each C TODAY_-WEDNESDAY
6oa1w about it, gals?
Isase Hq. is getting a big kick LOU flG
'oht-of the aftermath of a squib
_i-- last week Every gal in the -
plaee has a different-idea of who __-_----___
it is tht the staff photog is mak-. ..
ing eyes at. Could she be on fur- C 00


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Try' Oui Suinday Roaist TurW6eV.` Dininir
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SCh ange 9 'Showunit Additional space is.available
SL "TO Be Announced for files and records.
The same extension numbers
SERVICE CLUB In Advance have been retained for the tele-
Friday, July 16, 3:15 p.m. The Seciphones.
Dance. The Siecial Services Office
S'.aSrday, .July.t .7, 8:30 p. m.- states that announcements will
be .made a half hour in advance:
i a July 18, 3$0 p. m. when Weather conditions will not
S:urpe. 0 permit the vse of the band shell
Tuesday, July 20, 8:30 p.m.- for scheduled- performances;. fe. ht Spot
Concert of Recorded Symphonic The necessity .for such an- Of Ton po
:MVusic. .nouncements was apparent when .
Wednesday, July 21, 8:1-5 p.m. Wee Bonnie Baker .appeared last. Night Life
-Varietv Show. 'week and was voiced i,, perform
,Thursday, Jvly 22, 8:15 p. m,-- in RB 1 after signs had been
GroupSg. made announcing that she would
.appear in the band .shell. The
ELCREGA IQON -BUJALDING crowd milled back and forth from
NUMB.ER .ONE the .shell to the Rec hall several:
S -times before .it was,. decided that
iday, July 16, 8:15 p.Tm.-- -a :outdoor performance i hs5im-
Lucy .Sinclir .Piresents. possible
-Saturday, July 16; 8:15 p..m.-- possible.
tSoldier Sho w:T. .Hereafter, changes of schedule .
oSunday, oJuly 18, -8:15 p.-m.- will be announced at the band
day, y 19, 8:15 :p-m0 s her peh FLORIDAN TRIO
"I dy 80 p.m.Ho- throughout the base preceding PAYING N.IGHTLY
Right Answer or E. 8:30 p..m. acherormace.
-Broadcast .af griht Answer or JAINIMUM
Else; 9:00 p..m.--An Unusual Special Service cOP.rRtT
Tuesday, July 20, 8:15 p. m.- .. .fic. S .Moved
Guest Star.j
SWedrnesday;, July. 21, 8:15 p. m. The Special Services Offices
-Norman Kirkconnell -Presents. moved to their new quarters on
Thursday,. July 22, 8:00 p. m- 8th street and Avenue "B", rixt
:Concert by 69. AAF -Band; 8:30 to Base Headquarters.
p.m.-Broadcast by 69.AAF Band.' The various divisions ofSp- MES CKARD M
9:30 p.m.-Broadcast of Rookie cial Serviceshave separate rooms. P R M
Roy and His Musical Scrapbook. in the new set-up adding to the
Monday thru Saturday: 7:05 A
A. M. Drew Field Reveille -
:~wMonday, ,8:30 PM-The Right SERVICE
.Ansvier or :Else--WDAE.
Tuesday, 6:30 PM-The Squad-. .
SThursday, 8:30 PM-69 AAF
-Saturday,' 7:30 PM- Eough
.And'"on Time--WSUN.
8:00 PM--Drew Field Star Today,with crowded transportation and hotel facilities, it is more espena al
Parade-W-FL. than ever to protectyour-money, for cash is a temptation to thieves, and once

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lost or,stolen, it is usually goqe foreyer. .
'When banged into American:Express Travelers Cheques, howeler,.yo r
money is.safe and in readily spendable form always. If lost or.stqlen, ,ou
-are entitled to a prompt refund.
.Issued in denominations of -10,.$20, $50 and.$100. Cost.50" for each :
$100. Minimum cost-40e for I ( to $50. Fotfsale at BanksdaJilwayFxprss
offices, at prin.ipaeal railroad ticket offices and at many camps andbases. !

: Officers' Slacks---
I6 ae I .i r .-.r W3 m v.E I 1.h Cool. A
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Natural Springs. Tempera-
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SOpepn' 9 ,A.,M.,to 10.j00 PAM.

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,VWe Specialize in Home Cooked
Food,' Chicken, S6eak and
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Delicious Food Reasonably
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fir a drink,a chat and fine muica
Open ,From ,8 A.M. to ,12 .PJL

Featuring 3 Floor Shows Nitely 10 Midnight



Dance to the Sweet Music of MANNY GATES' ORCHESTRA

Service Men Officers Families
Steak, Sea Food, Chicken Dinners o ,rCS
Delicious Sandwiches
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GLENW R. ROSS, Publisher
Business Office:
P. O. Box 522 TAMPA, FLORIDA Phone 2177
All a vertisements contained in this newspaper are also contained
In the Fly Leaf, published in the interest of the personnel of Maclill
Field. Minimum joint circulation, 10,000 copies.
A newspaper published exclusively for the personnel of Drew
Field and devoted to military interests and the United Nations
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 Army. Advertisements in this publication do
not constitute an endorsement by the War Department or its per-
sonnel of the products advertised.

A WAAC Says Her Piece About The 'WACS'
From all camp newspapers come stories of the WAAC becoming
WAC. We'rg in the public eye now and whatever we choose to do
about the opportunity to get out is going to mark the entire corps.
Some of us will have been in the service more than a year when
the change-over becomes effective. We have given of our service,
it is true, but the service has given us much more. There will be;
even greater rewards for our having done our duty with the coming
.In civilian: life, We waited until. we were unfit for duty of any
kind:before we went to see orcalled in -a doctor. We got our phy-
sical exercise because it was also pleasure. We golfed or played!
tennis because it was a pleasurable pastime.. Many of us. tied to
desks, became soft and flabby. We never walked when we could
use -a car or catch a cab. :
SIn the service, we have had access:to the best medical aid ir
-the country. We need not wait until we're half dead before seeing,
a doctor. Not only are free to report to sick. call for the slightest:
ailment ... we are -urged to. -The drill, about which most of usi
have griped at one time or. another, has made flabby muscles tauti
and has improved our general health. Plain, chow has improved
sated appetites and improved digestion. Athletic programs have
developed-a -sense of coordination and physical balance that was
entirely-lacking when we ,played games merely because it was the
thing to do, because it was fashionable.
S As- civilians;- we-were pretty apt :to consider only ourselves .'.
the every man for himself and the devil take the hindeimost"
policy. Where we gripe now .about little things, we complained in
a selfish manner. We squawled long and loud if the landlord was
inconsiderate enough to rent the-.apartment next door to someone
with children (nasty, crying things .. if we had none of our own).
We complained if he rented to someone who wasn't:quite the social
caliber we 'rated- ourselves. .
We threatened- to discontinue our patronage of the local grocer-
or butcher if -we weren't given the best for the least money. We
had no thought or consideration for anyone but ourselves and oui-
cwn selfish interests.
: In the service.-we have learned one of life's greatest and hardest
lessons. We have-learned to coordinate our desires with the interests
of the many. We have learned, to live .with each other sEad like it
.. .an impossible feat for women, many said when the corps was
organized. We have learned to do our best at whatever task w',e
were given because we couldn't let the company or battalion down.
We have truly learned the meaning of the term "service."
Where many have-made a financial sacrifice in joining the
WAAC, others are making more money than they ever did in eivi -
ian life. The pay dealt out the last day of each month may ndt-,
look like it did every -Saturday night when the "ghost walked" iji
civil life, but when the fact is considered that we pay no board or.
room, we pay nothing out for clothing, for medical and dental care,
for hospitalization when necessary, the money in the government
pay envelope looms mighty large. Many WAACs have had ailments
remedied since coming into the service that, while not incapacitat-
ing them for making a livelihood, lessened their efficiency and
general health. A survey of the dental work done for the WAAC'
during her first basic training days would run into surprising!
amounts of money if done by a civilian dentist on the outside.
True, many of us have given of ourselves in the service many
have made real sacrifices. We intended to when we signed- the ap-
Splication blank and the final papers when we had taken the oath
of service.- We cannot have lost any of. the patriotic zeal that made
us wait in line before recruiting offices, eager to enter the service;
of our country. Few enrolled because of mistaken ideas of being-a-
glamor girl in khaki. "It was not our purpose -then: it should not;
* be now that we have: learned'there is very little glamor in being:
a part of the-United States Army. i
It is a-great privilege we have, being able to serve along within
our men folks-in the fight-for freedom for all the- world. Women;
have fought for equal-rights with- men for the past. century. We
have won that right. Should we not with-equal'enthusiasm, fight
side-by-side thai our rights, and those of all peoples, be ours and,
the heritage of those who come after us.
Undoubtedly some will leave the corps. Some women,-despite
the rigidity of entrance qualifications, will have been found to be
"temperamentally unsuited" to a task so great as that for which
they pledged themselves. Some will have misjudged their ability
to take it. Many of those who leave the corps now will be no loss.
to the organization. It takes what-the conservativepersons will call
"intestinal fortitude" to stick it out when the going is rough. We,
think, in the parlance of the army, that most of the 756th WAAC;
Post Headquarters Company will have the "GUTS" to continue the
job begun and stick it out for.the duration and six mc(nths.

By S/Sgt. John F. Suszynski
The Band's tribute to Warrant
Officer Lester G. Baker, in honor
of his birthday, was a .real sur-
prise-the speeches,- incidental
music and ritual -were hastily re-
hearsed in the Band Barracks,
and then staged at. RB No. 1 dur-
ing the course of the Band's reg-
ular Thursday night concert and
broadcast. Boy! Was Mr. Baker's
face red?
The unexpected visit to Drew
Field of Wee Bonnie Baker, radio
and screen star, formerly with
Orrin Tucker's band added an-
other niche to Pfc. "Waldo" Bett-
man's achievements here-he was
pro tem leader of the DEEP
SLEEP SEVEN for Bonnie's mu-
sical accompaniment. Bonmie
would still be singing if the sol-
diers who packed- the auditori-
um had their way about 'it.
There's a new musical group
sprouting within-the 69-ers -- a
flute, string and woodwind com-
bination for playing the "finer
stuff." Pfc; -Del Purga batoned
(with a "song" and a curse) at
the group's.. first- rehearsal lastt
Monday- If. nature can-be thwart-
ed, the "Saloon Assembly Unit"
may develop into a "Salon -En-
semble." I -wonder if they'll.
be interested :ii the DEEP SLEEP
SEVEN'S very special rhumba ar-
rangement. f-"Mama Inez"?; -
The Pfcs. have; ,a mqonopoly on
furloughs this week. Bobby Kutt-
ner, from-Hospital to duty to futr-
lough; "Waldo" Bettman, fur-
lough to wedding bells to DUTY;
"Lightnin'" Boldt, on his way to
Mobridge, S. D., AT LAST! Harry
Williams, our very busy bass.
man, sight-seeing in Savannah,
Ga., and dreaming of-Drew Field.
Cpl. Dee Clements, just back
from his furlough, is ,a tired old
mlan he celebrated ANOTHER
birthday last week. -
Sgt. Jerry -Sedlak and Pfc;
Hector Spector (FORMERLY of
the Band) aren't too: impressed
with Sgt. Bud Estes' seamanship.
Bud invited them for a bit of sail-
ing on his "yacht"--aand then a
sand bar intervened. Bud's
tub ought" to be ieiady for. sailita
again in about two weeks. .
T/Sgt. Ellie Eaton is. seriously
thinking about resigning from the
Army and all because of the
new, IMPROVED taxi-bus trans-
portation system to Tampa.
The Band finally won a ball
game-by forfeit. Base Ordnance
failed to appear for the game
scheduled last Monday .evening.
The WAACs can relax now-our
challenge won't be forthcoming
for aiotfhw'weel~k: ,;. WHO'S
LUCKY? -----

I come before you' this- week
with a- whole lot .of' nothing-as
usual. Hey you hep-cats don't be.
knocked' out of your. boots when
you dig this latest jive. You
squares should dig up some info
about "Silver Spoon." This cat
is beating his time away out on
the outskirts of town with a chick
just as fine as wine, themimlortant
kind. Grovie as a forty-seven cent
movie..Say Jack take it from me,
she's in there. Do I hear the song
"Here comes the Bride'" playing
for these two?
Flash! All you Movie lovers,


Also belated congratulations to
our new Major, Erik W. Jordahn,
the Ordnance Officer. Congratu-
lations also due Jim- White, of
A-2, who became a poppa last
month. His offspring and the Mrs.
are back home in California.
Walter Dorwart uses the cor-
rect system in writing his brother
and sister. He writes both at once,
making carbon copies of his let-
Best laff of sometime was learn-
ing that Bill -"Wolfcards" Whitley
and -Bob (The Cook) Smith being
kicked 'out of .the WAC PX:by a
WAC Lt. Why didn't you try that
bewitching Gigolo stuff on her,
"Mirror Boy?" (Aside: Did you
get acquainted with any nice
ones, boys?)
Harmon called up his Tampa
flame one morning at 4 AM and
still can't. understand why she's
mad at him. Message Center to
Eloise Parr: "We were only fool-
ink". Jim Langston chalked up
two years as a GI on July 8 .
Rod Munroe put in one year last

Chaplain Fierman is interested.
in obtaining a choral group to
sing at services. Rehearsals are
held after services Wednesday
and Friday evenings.
If you're interested, call the
chaplain at 370.

A Mass. was celebrated at
Chapel No. 1 at 9:30 a.m. last
Sunday ,with Chaplain Francis
L. Auer officiating. At this',Cath-
olic service T/5 Wenceslaw. J.
Roderick, of the 715th S.A.W.
Company, was. married to Mary
Marshall, of Bristol, Rhode Island.-
.Attended by -Pvt. Anthony Cah-
tolina, of the groom's company
and Mary R; Xavier, a sister,'of
the groom, the bride was 'given
in marriage by Capt. Eugene J.
O'Neil, Commanding Offier of
the 715th.

The House.Civil Service ( -
mittee was told today th ,e
War Department is shaking'" vn
its organization and will release
S100,000 civilian employees within
the next few months. (NBS)

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July 16, 1943

there's a houseof sin being erect- Photo La ltWins .
ed on the.camp of De Soto.-Now
you cani-fall in the house of sin Over M.P.s
and dig some view daily. I heard
there were some fine films o:n .
We have a few more promnio-
tions in our midst, they are a
follows: Those who received tr'h
rank of Sgt. Cpl. Harry E. Tha- r. -
James B. Witsell, Fred L. Barier.
Hilton Priutt. t
Flash! I've heard of a "Gh,-:r
Town," but never a Ghost Cabrp -
Double loving T. Sgt. Lterit-
Adams has his hands full try.,ng ,
to- straighten out a young ia .1
who has a far-away look in hl-r
eyes Salutations to F. Sgt. .
James C. Gray for a speedy Iec-
overy "Puddin" S. Sgt. Den-
.nis D. Green.is on the ball wi.'th
the lovely Miss Benjamne .
The jitter-bugs are thirsty for a
jam session, they are eager to cut
some rug. Will you fellas please .....
notify the area when the next The "Right Answer or Else''
dance will be. I do thank-you. program presented Monday fea-
A certain mark fell in the USO turned a team selected.from Base
the other night playing the per-- Photographic Laboratory. against
feet roll of a square from Dele- the Military Police. The Scien-
ware, and set up two thirds of tists seemed to have a bit n
the -gay crowd with cold drinks. flash than the Keepers of )
Naturally he was trying to form Law and Order and won _
an impression in. the mind of a score of eighty-three to!eventy-
lovefy queen whom he danced nine. The top ranking nieriber of
three rounds %Qith. During the last each team received a free tele-
half of the third dance her hus- phone call.to be made at his own
band cut in saying -Is this Buck convenience to any place in the
Pvt.: annoying you honey?" The -United States. Sgt. Doyle of the
Buck Pvt. said "Why didn't you Photographers and Sgt. Hudson
tell me you were married?" The of the Military Police were the
lady replied "You didn't ask me. fortunate wiriners.
The following day-I saw the lady ..
wearing apiece of steak on her
right eye. Church Call

S E A B R E EZ E S c o ... .. ... .. "
6:15 AM-Mass.inChapiel 2 and
By Cpl. Alvin M. Amster 4
Once. again -the SEA BREEZES 8:00 AM-Mass .in .Chapel..2,.
office moved. Now it's: in the 9:00 AM--Mass: in ..hapel:, 2,
'new'.Upper B-l. (Personal'item) BR.No. 2,.and Theiatre 3.
Many thanlks to'Jim Robin, Paul 6:30 PM--Mass in Chapel 2..
Wilson, and- LoLu- Navarro for
helping Jack Page and this writer JEWISH
move to the new spots. 8:30- PM-Friday. in Chapel 3."
William Nelson takes the cake. 8:30-AM- Saturday in Chapel
Enroute back to Drew from fur- 3. -
lough, Bill got off the train in 7:15 PM-Wednesday in Chapel
Washington to sniff some- fresh 3. -
air. He propped himself against 9:30 AM-Sunday at- Chapel- 5.:
a post and almost immediately Chaplain Frederick Loaman ....
fell asleep. Meanwhile the train 10:30 AM--General services in,
choo chooed on, leaving Nelson all chapels. :
minus his baggage. To date his '. 7:30 PM-General evening serv-!
baggage hasn't been located, hav- ices in Chapel 4.;
ing been put off. at .some way
station along the aline. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Back from furlough came John The Christian Scieitists .have
Horrigan who was married to the moved their services from Chapel'
**gal from back home," and Kir- No. 3, to Chapel No. 1. Services
win-Mardock who "only" became will be held at 9:15 AM. :- '
'engaged to his home town sweet.

July 6. 143 T E ECH ESwP a FVe

What's All The

Commotion About!

It's Moving Day

All the commotion at Seventh
Street and B Avenue last Sunday
and Monday was occasioned by
the Hq. & Hq. Sq. of the III
Fighter Command moving from
their old barracks to a new loca-
tion. Hq. Sq. is now "at home"
in the four barracks formerly oc-
cupied by the 10th Fighter Wing
in the block bounded by First
and Second Streets and B and C
Moving on Sunday was "un-
official" and was done in vehicles
of all sorts that were available-
jeeps, trucks and cars belonging
to the men of the Squadron. The
early birds moved Sunday to
make sure of getting space ad-
jacent to the windows.
At -7 AM, Monday morning; the
remainder of the Squadron began
loving. By 8:30 everybody and
is belongings had been placed
in the properly designated bar-
racks. Then the Orderly Room
was moved. And smiling faces
were seen about everywhere (oh
Brigadier General A. H. Gilke-
son is Commanding General of
the. III Fighter Command. Major
John K. Coughlan is Command-
ing Officer of Hq. & Hq. Sq., III
Fighter Command.

Protect Your Free
A Mailing Privilege
A warning has been issued that
unless "the cheap practise of ad-
dressing free mail for friends and
relatives is hot stopped" the privi-
lege of-free mail may be taken
away. Free mail means a lot to
the WAC and the soldier.
S"The: Post Office Department
has ruled that the free mail privi-
lege is applicable only to personal
letter mail in its usual and gen-
erally accepted form including
messages on post cards, sent by
members of the armed-forces. The
privilege does not apply to cor-
respondence from wives or other
relatives nor to any matter sent
to the personnel of the military
or naval forces by persons who
are not members of such forces,"
says the warning.
The name of the sender, his
grade or rating, the designation
of the service to which he belongs
and the word "Free" niust be in
the handwriting of the sender.
Among: items acceptable free of
postage are:
Letters that are personal., to
relatives, friends, etc., including
V-mail; to associations, firms, or
corporations, including remit-
tances; special delivery, provided
the fee for such service is pre-
paid; mailed while the sender is
on rfurlouggh; from members .of
the armed forces who may -be
aslIgned to some active duty;
from nurses and chaplains who
are members of the armed forces.
Other miscellaneous items which
the free mail privilege applies to
are: small photographic prints
when-accompanied by letters;
Souvenir and pictorial cards, un-
less bearing matter of a promo-
tional nature; greeting cards, such
as Mother's Day, birthday, sea-
sonable, etc.; inclosed in enve-
Inh other words, soldiers, Uncle.
Sam has given you the privilege
and you know pretty well what
you can do. with it. It's pretty
important .....and mighty wel-
come. Let's keep it!

Anderson & White

Phone 8138
Plant City, Fla.


Plant'City, Fla.

our backs.
"In those days we didn't have.
a couple of barracks bags full of
clothing as the soldier does now.
We didn't have portable radios
and all the 'doodads that the sol-
dier thinks he must have today.
We had one uniform, we wore it
on our backs, an extra shirt, a
couple extra suits of underwear,
the long handled variety, and- a
tooth brush '
"Instead of the mobile kitchens
that move with the troops today,
we had the "goulash gun," a
mule-drawn chow wagon.- Be-
lieve you me, we saw to it that
the gun was right behind -us.
When the "gun"' mired down
there wasn't a man, regardless
of his rank, who refused to put
his shoulder to the wheel. It was
the only vehicle of any kind we
had and the roads were not
paved highways that we know
today. But, then, we didn't have
to worry about gas or rubber
tires, either.
"The going was hard in that
army. We were hard as men. At
night we rolled into blankets
underneath the chow wagon or
in hay stacks any place we
could find that offered shelter
and a bit of warmth when the
nights were cold. No one thought
of the lined sleeping bags or pup
tents in those days. We'd have
been considered "softies."
Following his tour of duty in
Mexico, Lt. Fitzgerald soldiered
in Texas at El Paso, Laredo, and

Blake's Drug Store

Plant City, Fla.

115 E. Haines St. Ph. 8195

Plant City, FlcL

Lt. Fitzgerald is married. His
wife, Mrs. Irene Fitzgerald ,is
employed by the Bureau of Cen-
sus, Washington, D. C., where
they maintain a permanent home.

Prompt .Service

Good Food at Reasonable
Open Dayand Night
117 E. Reynolds Street


From "Mule Skinner" San Antonio. From there he went
tromo France with the AEF, serving
To "Flag Waver" with the Marines.
IS 30-Year Record tReturning to America, the lieu-
tenant enlisted with the. Engi-
neers Corps at Fort Belvoir, Va.
He was commissioned a sec-
on-d lieutenant Aug.' 3, 1926, fol-
lowing a course at the school
there. He added the silver bar
July 19, 1928, and was assigned
to the 121st Engineers Corps,
Washington, D. C.
Ordered to Puerto Rico in De-
cember, 1941, Lt. Fitzgerald
S served with a Signal AW Bat-
.' talion until March, 1943.. He was
1 !stationed at Henry Barracks, one
of the oldest forts on the island.
SSpeaking of his voyage to that
S 31 days necessary for the convoy
Sto cover the distance ordinarily
made in eight days.
"We dodged submarines con-
stantly," he said. "It was a very
exciting trip but tiresome. I don't
think we missed touching a port
in the Caribbean sea."
From a whip cracking army Lt. Fitzgerald has served with
mule skinner in the foot army of many branches of- the service
30 years ago, to a "flag waver" during his 30 years. At one time
in the signal corps of the modern or another he has been with the
gas army of today, is but part of Infantry, Ma nes, Engineers
the many changes seen by 1st Lt. Corps, and the Field Artillery,
Joseph F. Fitzgerald, command- before being -assigned to.the
ing officer of the 88th Drew Signal Corps .He was liaison of-
Field. cfer e' icer for the' First Army during
An enlisted m dh during the the 1941 .maneuvers at Fort
Mexican War fn 915-16, Lieut. Bragg, North Carolina.
Fitzgerald sa4 the first army "Fitz," as the lieutenant is
truck train ever used for trans- called by his officers and men,
portation of American troops and believes that the modern army is
supplies. composed of much. finer men
"We didn't think much of those than those he knew as an enlisted
first White trucks manned by man.
civilian drivers. We were a "foot "They are better educated,
army" .used to riding Shanks more adaptable to the highly
mare. The thought of using auto- technical training needed than
nobiles for transportation of sup- the men we had. Where, in the
plies, and men was a certain in- last war, we fought on one front,
dication that the army was going the men today must be trained
soft. to fight anywhere in the world
"We really marched in those under varied conditions and cli-
lays full pack. It took us matic handicaps. Our men were
days to cover the ground that hard physically, but it takes the
:an be covered in a few hours educated men we have today to
now. We had a ten-minute break adapt themselves temperamental-
every so often and we were so ly as well as physically. It's a
tired all we could do was drop fine army we have and I'mrr proud
n our tracks and look forward to stay with it until I'm too old
to the next break. We carried to be of use and they see fit to
what few possessions we had on retire me."




Rogers & Middlebrook






413 E. Reynolds

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Guaranteed Watch. Clock and
Jewelry Repairing

Plant City, Fla.

Alvin H. Hinson


Mfr. of No. 1705 Fertilizer
510 South Collins Street

.Plant City, Fla.

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"Where Paul White Stays"

McGinnes Lumber & Supply Co.


Expert Billiard Repairing

l;tant City, Fla.

A. & N. FURNITURE CO. Saar's Aulo Top and Trim Shop
ACKERMAN & NEUNER ^88 5 AUfo 10p and Tm hop
301 S. Collins Street

Greetings from Plant City...

The following merchants and firms of Plant City
extend their best wishes to the personnel of Mac-
Dill and Drew Fields and also to service men

Plant Cily Growers' Association

Seeds, Feeds, Fertilizer & Crate Material

Phone 399

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July 16, 1943


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PageSixTHE ..QOESJul 16.194

Chaplain ;in charge of. the serv-
S, w v ice. A very good attendance was
ra"1e E '." boasted for our first Sunday's
SIw- ; "_ "_ .' j L-- service.,
S. A Another advantage to bring in
S .. the old 393th Area is the fact that
T:IT lg hty Fourt. h ing Orfic r. Lt. Rowland, the for- ance Officer before it is too late. the dispensary is soclose. This,
-e.J, u Gmer C.O., .wastransferred to Cpl. Roy C. Thompson is back on second thought is a decidedth
He'aaquarteFrs Group -Headquarters 'and made in Tech. Supply' after having advantage especially with e ur
Operations -is one of' the most Assistant Operations Officer, bee in the 407th for a period f "beam." Majonecrusheffner" on the.n3
Operate ns is o .o. f t m.s "We are also very glad to see two weeks. F/O Walter F. Kazi- n .r
esse etal units it a group. n Wilia "Bil" Evan s un- merczak im now in charge f .Flight Surgeon, is a native 0
course, some think that alLit does gt best piBl e ans, boys selcpme L Alberi t I S Texas and has had considerable
for rie ner, back from overseas duty with T/Supply, replacing I. Young,
is. Mathewon, recentlypromote hi shirt coveredy iitth ribbons, who is now the-Engineering Offi- experience: ( aEnarmmanedi al
bto technical sergeant and also y that he,willbemi an added laent- his notbeing introduced
ewly mared. Thismes lha a th l lik e to keep ou barra sp ir arss t WEprudly boastsNthe promotion of
etwlli-star man, keith these two ine- ep, a.acks Tu .. he Armament .transfer .o.,an-ceL.Hller, 625th M-
tat the htohold f s oas ants n he best possible hape at all eor go on other utAlb on the field is mourned ., _. t daOic,
that controls all flying is ,Howar timn the boye si captain. Cr n2,rats iapl
:B. Mathewson, recently promotedtes, but why is it that when ing asthe new Ordnance Officer, Ru r ( Ergudamisadly
to technical sergeant and also you think you have everything feeling that he will be an added laIr P 4 his not being.introduced
newly married. This makes him a all set for inspection, does that spabrl in 'neiir progress. Lt. Keith EE BONIE 'BAXER').
Itwb-star man, with these two in- I sergeant come along and rack you 'fMarc" Antony's transfer to.,an- -_ _
iportanpt jobs~tohold. As assistants, I pff to G.I. ,the latrine or go on other unit. or, the field is-mourned
he has quiet arid efficient S t.~ g arldpty. ..It never fails to hap- by .all the men who now .him. News That Clicks of the
Neely, who lets his actions speak pen, and at just the wrnog time. The men.in. Armnamett are busy
for him, and our Sgt. -Ben tley, Qf curse, any time is the wrong working on tthe "37-mn." cani- :SiX-Two S
who is forever hunting for work. time with most of us. non which they recently.acquired. By yPc. Samuel A. Weinberg
This corbination.eems.toe"o. Have you ever seen such an Ttey say it is complicated but We g@ve yo; u folk .our .v'ekly
,the beamt,".because peatipns is evacuation as we had over the ;that thetywilmraster it verysoon. song. a pleasant litl,-;tule, .yours
,really c pickingai. 7th and 8th? At least 20 men left The squadron is losing five.men truly stuff no,. ha. a sput in
:... '" ______ during those two days. who are being reclassified to "ci- th<, Tanpa Morning Tribune. We
-0'1st B There were many well-earned vilians." The men are: Sgt. Beau- boast of some new non-coms now,
3aVTSt "BOmDb. 'Sq. promotions around the first of the- daur. Pvt. *Iane, .Pv Cerrone. Iwho a 'feeling .rather gay. the
,By CPL. RALPH H. JANSEN month. At last Sheets in Enei- pt Slaytopn and Pvt Snyder. thirteenth was to them "Bon.
Our squadron can be justly needing made that corporal stiipE When and if we.see them agair Jour," their promotions came that
proud of the men that represented for which he had been working .we must address them as "Mr." da .. To .happy en are in
,s in the parade at Sarasota. so long. And we must not forget They are going home, the place our midst, .and .we ain't telling
heir drilling was the. best ver former Pfc. Leyden, who by the where all hope to be-goinpg-half, for Sergeant Hindman. an'd
seen in Sarasota, according to-the .dlgent. pursuit of his duties very soon, when the war-is over- Isakoolian are now addressed at
description in the local.paper. -. ed ,to the grade of sergeant staff. Three cu porals are ser-
abouts of a little brown and you can get it. 405th Headquarters their joy, we name them here,
white fox terrier anweringo N S Kowaleski Luongo, and Mrs.
vhite fox terriercani di a30nrd Bomb. Sq. Peters boy. LoAnd K aleksks
,the name of Waacy, please sendd' 3Q3rd Bomb. Sq. Peters boy.. And o i
her back to the 301st Squadron. .y CPL HEALEY At present the .405th :Bomb (Continued on Next Page)
Waacy was a great favorite with Group is .seething under :the hot
the fellows and they miss her RIn high school Richard Sargent, sun yet still. maintaining it's
Robert Stoliker and Jim Healey esprit de corp.
A certain young lady wanted to were classmate and wenWe have recently had added to .
meet a certain young corporal in together. After a separation of our group a.mi atur p A R
the Communications ,Dept. -She, seven years, the Army brought complete..with qrgan iapr e RE 'i .A I
set her. phone number adl day Cpl. Jim Healey walked intoaltar, and comfortable chairs The : lhe A SpecbIlty
him to-'calf. 8ho'inust hhave .e day Cpl. Jim Healey walked into chapel service .was held ,ast -. .
grave error because when he the pilots' room of the 303rd on first hapel service was st n
a grave error because when he an errand and there sat L. Rich Sunday, June :11, with f1t Lt.
called the chief of police an- an errand and there sat Lt. Rich- Sunday, June 11, with.lst Lt. r. .
ered the h poe an- ard Sargent and Lt. Robert Sto- Frank J. Landolt, our group
swervedd the phone. AF
We are sorry to see Sgt. Ollie 'likerwishes t. Scruggs. WELOME TO
Baldridge leave. He was very fair Best wishes to Lt. Scruggs, who; WECOME -TO
in assigning duties to men in the was transferred t BEER WINES 3
squadron.He i en ihatgood old southern accent is H L: KV ,BEEF lin -. M 0
unit for ASTP and we wish himan asset, no matter where you go. O N,324,FManain Ph.. X1-40
the best of luck. The new and revitalized calis- e LL EY, Prop.
st of luck.ONManag
Instead of going baqk tp his' thenics program is bearing re- :i OMBRYSON. MaMemberaV.F.W..g& Am'.;LeionE
-home state of California, Pvt. Joe sults. After only one week, theette Jefferson
Arterberry spent a most enjoy- men in the squadron are rapidly. 1L.fayette & Jefferson Srefr .___-.....___
able furlough with his wife and reaching the peak of condition at ENRY OWKEE CO.
son here in Tampa. the expense of a few (?) sore
:Pfc. Barnett of Kentucky,- and muscles. However, Sgt. Brewer' Gilbert System Hotel -Chinese Hand Laundry
Pfc. Bailey are real buddies. is most unfair competition for one Betty c. Michell, Mgr. .4
TWhen their ,wives ome.,on t, Charles AtlaS. 746 Central Ave. St. Pelersbaurg
Whee them r p, ie toe, -,..e Pvt. Joe Renaldo is out of the ePhone 786 Satisfaction Guaranteed
,gee them, they are going tliearem rv. o.- e .. .. "yqur ife Away rrom Home"
S apart t togeth here opa fou Are Always Welome 4 Tyler St. Tampa Fola
Tamipa. stay, which is a break for certain I fe l e oma
Pfc. Frank De Zutter of rB.os- of .ttie lassies in Tampa. Hot and Cold Water at AU Times m
ton, and Cpl. Leo Czapliski, of..Cp. Mike Borschwas heard to
Penisyvania, hae' huddled to- say."nevr again" after an eve -- ~ Rex -illiard Paor -
gether sincethey were in nnagn- ing n town. But the promise' AGAA EN LaitA 8.DanilS
ah, Georgia.-- ,as bort lived, for it wasn't t'v.o AGADaniel S. Bagley
SSome timethis week,,Pfc. Vin- days until 'he was back there Reefaurant
cent South intends.to be married, again.
His wife-to-be ins down be married. .Among those noted huffing and WE SERVE THE FINEST OF 1012 RANKLI
ing for thebig day. Weofferour pffng at a recent turnout for .SPANISH.FOODS F DA
best wishes for a happy marriage calithencs was S/Sgt. Bern 811 Grand Cenal Ph. H 3773
....____ Briin kE r, who made his first ap- 811 Grand Ce
302nd Bomb. SLq. -W OFG -,LrI, LP LUMBER CO.
302nd Bomere was Cpl. Perri last FriG HO o"
CHIT-CHAT BY T. J. L. day.when the GI party was going; ;Ee gi- to Build Anything'
er in.the ,pd.is,, of .curse,, Capt. ,S eetieagothe.303rd ad-, e. to Bi
Robert V. Lance, who took over ron had a beer party which waS WHOLESALE GROCERS o .PACKWOOD
the re p,;,nr,,liblter of Command- arranged by our F/Sgt Brinker HOTELRESTAURAT AND hone. 162 TAMPA
after many hours of hard wrk. BAKERS SUPPLES
S.eNow the .304th, seeking to emu- BAKERS SUPPLIES
Service Men Ayrays. Welcome ate our success, has asked Sgt! m .. .
La Gloria Restaurant -Brinker how he arranged the af- T d I'vea tried to be Red. White and
fair. We don't mind being cooper- B T .rlue
Fine Spanish Food and active, but how about the 304th he boys at MacDl andDrew
Sandwiches shedding some of that sweat pn iTot he bys at Macil Aand. '
3203 -Arnenia -Avenue -their own? RESTAURANT When your work is done, and,youi
Phone H 3-521 Beswt V...L~ '; in Town want some funi
Phone H -521 k 4th pmb. S ag tt w THIS is the place for you.
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lIhe ,0,u4n is very ousy tnese
_days. Ourpersonnel is constantly
changing and we welcome all the
new men in our midst and wish
,those that are leaving..the.best. pf
everything ,and "Happy Lapd-
The mess, according to S/Set.`
Morelpck, is very proud of its
cooks, especially Sgt. Jensen, but
it mut.be a secret reason because
your scribe was not told why.
Incidentally, the men working
-for Sgt. Morelock inform me that
the mess sergeant is very often
seen running around as if he were
most certainly in a "mess."
From the Communications Sec-
tion comes news that Cpl. Hem-
mer has not one but both eyes on
the calendar, the reason being
that the one and only "girl
friend" is due to arrive late this
month. Sgt. Mardany and Pvt.
Vascolani are spending their time
on furlough and would like to
,know if they will be allowed.
time to recttperate when they re-
turn. M/Sgt. Sommers, S/Sgt.
Irish and Cpl. Rosenfeld have
just joined the. ranks of that elite
group who possess "G.I." drivers'
licenses. We understand that all
of them have applied for more
insurance, but what about the
,ettfar.P?..Better ..ee y.qur Insur-

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July 16, 1943

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(Continued from receding Page) e-erythiung is okay, he isn't on a everybody. Can t be the new GI
Detail. choppers he got? Careful. Sgt.
gbing hrnr., in I.it a week or It paayl to be on the heam for don't silr dow n on then. tih V
t,-,O. t, stands b-eside hi little, an inspection .d,, en't t. P-vt. Gi i- might H:,it I
lar, and btr _th .'. IIl -a,. "I do!"4 ant icidentiv. hoo.\w K.P Somnehi o.. Se Page ha-s fiour:
Lt. K flso !eft u. all. to .v.here S,'Sgt. Fal.kl rVnb rki- r % m busy n .- -i. !rnlin"' hol : onn )Dre-N.
the A R. Send, and v..e !eel that iman these dav Back and forth Field .whilc putting up a icom-
thle qruadion's Wost a '.,' grand to Tampa he goe-- eve ry day to munliucaton line.
old It ernd We '.ih hrm luck keep Mrs. Faulk Irberr,,r busy CRASH! OUCH! What hap- 'COLLi*R6W
.whr'etri he goes. we will not Shes in on a horn \-ist and 1you penned? Oh' It vwas only P1,t.
-wish him less, and 'we pr. that can bet her hubh\ is happy. Donald C. Twining trying to find
the things h me ets are only hap- -9 out whether his head was harder
pinesL.. The following have 626"h!t Boml. Sq. ha nhe r target out at th, Rite C ;er.s S -
made bth grade. the stripes they ..Range. What are you'looking for. re
-war are tMo., lT all these menI Well folks. here's" the news as Dpnala--a C.D.'D.? 'NEATNESS ,.' I -
i, iac k corporals. hern orders last seen from the inside of 625. the, Our congratulations to Sgt. N T Co lr C rl
Scame throueh.. Botner. Eliae, \ery efficient and always on the Crisp on his marriage. Best of C -N-S.
ailam; Mc Donnel, Sheppard, ball S quadron. h Lluck to- pr and byot- a ife. R-. Y CO A
SCc ouridret hasg to a y and your Wife. u Re
S'ler and Clegg ;WasToski, Estes The Squadron has jidst settled member, Sgt. the first year is the- lii hy- athr mNViSIBLE STAYS iv yoU
I-.upniadhne and Rossier have won doxwn..forantrdthir., wekr Wf Of work hard st. But we are wondering U NDERC0 fresh,' crisy
tt -gbden egg- ..Thomas' and after havinig-,their 'day- -of -play: .here Upl. CarraCio w$ s when hie Wad i. si. ." y, s ei ;
an. loafdngnyesteray.... ian -ifen nff'ty-
Strner, make up our grand list, and loafing yesterday The'larget was supposed to be backing up' an in 'fe ne t
tbo ish them all loadsi of luk, percent of the men took otf for Sgt. Crip. Maybe' he. i-'still try- yob
-e cannot resist. town .and 'other places nearby. n'g to make that::girl at Sears;- n ~ i d g t s appetrol
-We haPe the hottest news of .As yet the. newsa has not start-ed. Roebuck. What about it, Cpl? ass-:e: Thdt is'
all, which we shall now repeat, leaking out about what 'so anda Congratulations to 1st Sgt. Bul- E f
Sof lIve affairs of all our men, so did on the day off, .for .as a lard, who not only is top man in why millions of
when they go to St. Pete. The whole the boys are inclined not the company, but alsd top man men in service
humor, of our weekly news ,is :t' talk this- early on' Mbnday on the Rifle Range. ice: shooting, ,ae wea'awt r i ,
really only this, we ride the morning. Sgt. a pt on -an -i g-
-.WAAC hack to and fro with We regret havitig to transfer The boys started to take up a SPICFY OLLAR put on sl ef td
many -a..sweet miss. The Signal sortie of our best men, among collection in order'to buy Ferna- STAYS. LF ADJST N PR.
Corps, is jealous of, the company them; Lt. Hudgins, Lt. Brower, inty a new muffler. One night an stays put.
e keep, and we just throw them Lt' O'Reagen and Sgt. Schell. We while he was trying to hit high
-f the bus in one grand' howling will feel the loss very much and it seems that he blew a hole
ap. are sure that wherever their des- through his old one. BEFORE A FT E "f
To end our gossip for today, we t tiation may be some outfit will t.
just want to repeat, that even be getting some good men. 724th S A W Co
through mosquitoes bite, our life The 625th personnel is"in the 724h g. A. Co.
is very sweet. pink, the conditioning exercises By W. E. Potter'
S ---- under the abli]: instructing of The men of the "724th are very
624th Bomb. Sq. M/Sgt. Fricks hits i'~ally put the contented in their new home. It
men in tip-top 'shape. First Sgt. was a decided pleasure to be eva-
Quite a number of the boys Hollis found he had many mus- cuated' from their old position .
from the squadron invaded St. cles that had not been getting a which was practically under
Pete on their day off ,last wek work out, in fact, he is sore all water We are going to celebrate
and really enjoyed life. Of course, over. our taking over of the well kept I' -
there were a few exceptions. TakeI We now pay tribute to,. our area and Day Room that was
the case of T/Sgt. Grtrignan.-for mess personnel. The general talk formerly occupied by the 680th,
instance, who paid $.7 i.r ia and' around the405th camp is mostly in the near future with a Com"
which and a. coke and ended ui abciut that g o:~d food that we are pany Party, all members of the
with nothing. He was di epln\ed get ng. Men around here that tell company will of course be on "
of an enjoyable evening. A lessdh you they miss ,food cooked like hand. It will also be necessary
well learned; eh Sarge. .they used' to get at home are few "for some of our members to qual-
Sgt. McIntyre,. ru'' c1ow'.boy" and far between, inr fact.you just ify as agricultural experts, to
fancier, m.ay become a iruit adr.t "hear that kind of talk in tdke care of the garden that-we w Wet
grower.. He spent a good. portion the 405th. One good thing.is that -have fallen heir to.
of his evening in St. Pete discuss- we have some very capable K.P.s- Sunday was a great- day for
ing this subject' with a lady.-Sgt: in Kaltonanson,' Glasuskas, Git-on those otthe outfits that have iot B WIRE AN
Dodee generally quiet and dis- and Hinebaugh. as yet qualified on the range, we R 021 MrSS'i
*tinginh:ea:i really let go with a That's it folks from.the 625th fired the 1000 -inch range, and T.: p';aa: r'roac.c- -O fret l
vengeance. A. little oil. in the Bomb Sq: to say the-least, it was not com- ... .., -.
proper places: will -make any ma- portable, taking- a prorie position
chine work. Sgt. Glasser, with an 627th Bomb. S. in inches of water, is excellent ": **:.:.. +++--+*" *
eye to his figure, kept an eye hpracti e for actual combat condi-
on all the boys. Cpl. Best spent a By Cpl. Jamies E. Hannon lons. The best news is that quite OP'EN EVENINGS
great deal of his time teaching Chief topics of conversation or a large percentage of the men B
a few of the St. Pete Belles the cursingg" of late are the mos- qualified. This week, we are to
tlaest steps. Sgt. Hartnett, after quitoes and the weather. Un- try for qualification on the 50
several hours of gazing about, let famous agreement reached that caliber.
Those beautiful eyes of his rest both are very very sad. I Congratulations are in order forn
on a certain figure, then he uppe While fording one of the quite a few of our members, First A
attention for the rest of the eve- footed Sgt. "Handsome Joe" Mc- to leave us soon for OCS, the Cmplete Miitary S lies For e Need
ning. Sgt. Tankersley, didn't Kee cut his foot. Sgt. "Doc" best of luck to both of you, and SERVICEt MilN-
waste much time in seeing that Galeckas, the visiting surgeon, .'c are sure that our loss will
all the gals were entertained. We performed the operatiwi .Just lik c..t the whole Armies EXPERnT TAi ORING
had a good time and we hope a doctor Kildare rfovie gain, for it will gain -two very
that the taxi driver who drove us Now that 1st Sgt. Volpicelli efficient officers.' 207 E. Lafayette Street Tami:-
to that paradise enjoys himself has introduced archery into the Staff Sgt. Pear took time off :
on that small fortune we left squadron's extra-curricular acti- to take unto himself' a wife, we : :. :: :*
him. vities; the bow and arrow' boys. are pleased to welcome the very
SNominated for one of the quiet- are just beating the target to charming Mrs. Fear to our official FRANK RUTTA, CHEF-
est and nicest fellows in caJmp, death. Anid Pfe. McMillen, like family, it is our wish that they Formerly chef at Montrose Restaiia~n t
Pvt. Krueger; one of the most Aboti Ben Odhem, "leads all the enjoy a long and happy life. t Broadway and 48th, New York, came to Flor-
pleasant men, Cpl. Rauchwarter; rest." Add Pfc. Smith, a smoothI Pfc. Ripper has, reported back ida, got sand in his shoes and now lias.
and of course, one of busiest, Sgt..operator from the Orderly Room, to the company, after rather. a opened his own place at
Harper. la surnrisirign performer on the long illneOss, in Chanute Field
Watch Pvt. Guerithner as he long bow. Hospital. We sure like the way he 418 W. Lafayette Street
approaches the bulletin board. If Quickies: S/Sgt. 'Curly' Bellam wears his hair now.
his face lights up-in a big smile, finally got some help forhis over- Specializing in Spaghetti and' aviol
worked Supply Room The Coirtegri and Consideration 4 WE ALSO SERVE BEER AND WitNir S'
Squadron Octet, led by Cpl. Tur- Extendea to Men ana Women
HORNE'S PHARMACY ley ,who has a right sweet tenor,- in Seiivice. ONE DAY SERVICE
can be heard any nite in the THE NEW'
D Complete Drug Store shower room. And very nice, too. EXPERT WATC REPAIRING P
Service "-U .. Cpl. Ed Godlewski, the "im- FLORIDA HOTEL-
Phones H 1925 H 3141 mortal Corporal," giving it lots 'Lakelantd's Largest and Finest' Watchis Dir mends Jeelr Novelties.
S O D A S S U N D R I E S of front and centir-but taking LA ELAD FIMIDA OUr Motto: "Service Men First"
2709 MacDill Ave., TampaFla. llkidding in his usual steady 214 E. LAFAYETTE, NEXT TO- MANH4TTAN CAFE'
2709 MacDill Ave., Tampa, Fla. stride. John E. Ballenger
J P Whispers in the nite: Picked up and Associates, Owners OPEN EVERY NIGIT 'TIL 10 P M.
in one of our leading local gin- A. Baumberger, Mgr.
a f a y e tt e H o t e I- mills is th~e. interesting. m 2 M at .... ....
SE. A. CLAY, Manager one of our fair-haired"'boy"s- is-.. T I)DISPENSA Y
wearing a path to the WAAC Manufacturingi and Dispensing Opticians
120 West Lafayette Street area. And the WAAC is a top- 205 ZACK STREET PHONE M 5783
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quick, pepperpot temperament, a
McAskill Music Stores ready smile, add lots of painstak- Your i Florida Avenue at
Radios and Repairing ing industry plus an authentic H hotel Hilsboro ,wi ..
Sound and Inter-Communicating inC-rest in all his lads, and you W. L. BAKER. Manager
Systems- total up "Jim."
Authorized Capehart and Scott IaYonkers, New York, is the GASPARILLA TAVERN
Radio service l home town and, of course, a gal COLONIAL GRILL Service Men Welcome
1Phone H-3787 is waiting. Very much on the
keen side, Jim makes a good man
to sit down with over a bottle
ALWAYS SAY... of beer. Held administrative post
with large milk corporation and oie W o A V
is looking forward to the "time
HO LSU M B READ h ent down town and Is Located At RAI -. tl,
houeht an archery set (price 32
bucks) for the squadron. And his 0"'
EXTRA FRESH own money. Which is the tip-off PHONE
on his. kind of guy. No log-rolling 801 FLORIDA AVE. H-3712 1 -GRA;D CENTRAL
intended when we say that he is
the First Sgt. With whom we'd
S E M I N O L E like to go overseas.
CU R IO S--GIF TS By Pt. John F. O'Brien Tama; Florida W. B. SHULER, Manager
" WRAPPED, FOR MAILING Flash-Tt seems that- Sgt. Ler- 208 JACKSON ST., Between FRANKLIN 8& TAMPA
. 107 E. Lafayette Street bach, better known as Father TAMPA, FLORIDA PHONE M 553Y
17ELaaetStLerbach; .can't stop smiling at

July 17; 1'9f3'

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Psaqa lovw.'

.:- July 1619643

Page Eight-

Promotion Blitz

Hits Drew Officers

(Continued from Page 1)
Craft School, Hartford, Conn., be-
fore being assigned to the Engi-
neering Division at Drew.
Capt. and Mrs. Beckett main-
tain a home at 390 Inman street,
Atlanta, Georgia.
First Lieutenant L. R. Rohr,
Assistant S-1 Officer, Base Head-
quarters, Drew Field. was pro-
moted on July 1.
Entering the service May 29,
1942, as an enlisted man at Fort
Hayes, Ohio, he attended Officer's
Candidate School at Miami Beach,
Florida, and was commissioned
December 9, 1942. He was imme-
diately assigned to Drew Field.
In civil life, Lt. Rohr was a re-
tail furniture dealer at Marys-
ville, Ohio. The lieutenant and
Mrs. Rohr and their daughter live
at Seminole Heights, Tampa.
Aonther recent promotion was
that of First Lieutenant G. E.
McCarthy, Stastisical and Fiscal
Officer, Base Headquarters, Drew
Lt. McCarthy entered the serv-
ice in April' 1942 and attended
Officer's Candidate School, Miami
Beach. He was commisisoned a
second lieutenant October 27,
1942, and was stationed at Drew
Field a month later.
Lt. McCarthy was formerly
connected with the Armstrong
Cork Company, Denver, Colorado,
his former home.
First Lieutenant Titus A.
Crocker, BOQ Officer, Drew Field
was promoted from second lieu-
tenant this week...
A former resident of Fairfield,
Aabama, Lt. Crocker was Branch
Manager of the Electrical Corpo-
ration there before his entrance
into the service. He was commis-
sioned January 20, 1943.
Lt. and Mrs. Crocker live at
4000 San Pedro street, Tampa.
Another promotion this week
was that of Lt. Charles Andrews,
Investigation and Claims Officer,
Courts and Boards Division, Base
Headquarters, Drew Field.
Lt. Andrews entered the serv-
ice December 9, 1942 as a second
lieutenant. He is assigned to the
314th Base Headquarters Com-
A lawyer in civilian life, Lt.
Andrews formerly lived at Caze-
novia, New York. At present, Lt.
and Mrs. Andrews live at 121012
Parkland Blvd., Tampa.

Veteran Member of
Rainbow Division Is
Intelligence Officer
(Continued from Page 1)
When the 405th was activated
last March, the captain was as-
signed to the Group as its first
Intelligence Officer. He estab-
lished a smoothly functioning.or-
ganization, trained to meet field
Capt. Palmer, a native of Iowa
and a graduate of the State Col-
lege at Ames, was in civil life a
forester. At the time of entering
the service, he was associate far-
ester on the Tonto National For-
est, with headquarters in Phoe-
nix, Arizona.

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Recreation Hall lic address system has been in- open from. 8 AM to 5 PM daily.
ecreaon Hal stalled and each evening, before The Radio Division of Special
No. 1 Redecorated the stage show, a concert of pop- Service is pleased with .the news
ular recordings is sent out on the that their programs compare fa-
The Special Services Office loud speaker. vorably with commercial pro-
Staff have set about making the The BRI is becoming increas- grams. The Drew Field Star Pa-
RBI an attractive place for the ingly popular and when the trade feature, renamed "Wingsand
men of the field. The interior of genial "host," Sgt. O. Z. White- Flashes," went on the air Satur-
the building is undergoing a head, steps from between the day with a dramatic sketch writ-
change. GI colors do not add to curtains to open the show, "a ten and directed by Lt. George
the relief of the mind during the cheer goes up. For the men know W. Kluge. While parts of the pre-
off-duty hours of the men. It's they will see and hear a well sensation were marred by me-
difficult, too, for performers to planned stage show. "O. Z." is on chanical conditions beyond the
give a bright and airy show in the job, looking for this talent control of the entertainers, the
Sheav y setting both on the Field, and in Tampa. balance of the program was ex-
Scellent. Cpl. Donald Boyd and his
The building has taken on color; Special Services Office urges Medical Detachment Glee Club
the stage and its frame have been anyone with talent of any kind presented several choral numbers
painted a gay color, the entrance to come forward and do his part "Steal Away," an adaptation of
has been done' over and the for the morale of the Field. This "Taps," and "Winter Song."
"Coming Events Board" has been Office is always interested in
made attractive to the eye. talking to these men and arrang- --
Back stage, lighting is varied ing an audition. The Base Special; Hitler's marauding submarines
for each show and backgrounds Services Office is on 8th St. be- have failed to check the flow of
of "flats' are set up. A new pub- tween A and B Avenues. It is'.food supplies and war materials

Through the dark of night, and the heat of day, America'splane spotters
have kept their lonely watch. Theirs is a job without recompense, with-
out glory, without even 'the thrill of danger-yet they have kept to their
posts. But there are times, when the fog rolls in or the skies are dark, that
even the keenest human eyes are not enough. Then, along our shores and
about our cities, we can depend on- electronic sentries to scan the skies.





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North Africa and during the last
six months the loss of shipments
has been, "absolutely negligible,"
the commanding general of this
base section said this week.
(Washington Post)


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