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. -VOL. L NO. 50 'Published .Every Friday Drew Field Tampa. Florida Friday February 19. 1943 39-Year-Old Man Discharged To Return toW ork On Farm I like d the Army all right," up, his reasons foi having sought said P vt. Reube n G. Thornton, on hi s disc harge flowed out in a slow the eve of his discharge from the southern drawl. Army. "I like d my company com" I farmed mostly," h e said. mander, Lt. S. R. Span. Reckon "Reckon I worked on a farm as he's one of the best on the field. far back as I can remember. Also But it seems like I'll b e more worked at odd times in a Hatties u .sdul to the war effort on the burg wholesale tobacco company., -1rm raisin' somethin' to eat than Was a stock clerk." in the Army. My brother I Replacing Brother two farms. I'll try to work He is taking a younger married .... tith places. of land to j brother's place on the farm. The planted. It wont be easy, though. married brother, who is only 24, Pvt. Thornton IS 39 years old, is entering the Army this month. rapidly approaching his 40th The business of taking care of his birthday. Until granted his dis-brother's affairs is nothing new to ch,arg e, he was a member of a I Pvt. Thornton. He himself is not signal air warning service unit _at married. Drew Field. A native of Sylva"Raised a familv but was never rena, Mississippi, a farming vii-married," he said: Father got lage about 30 miles from Hatties-. crippled up when I was a kid. burg, he was working on a farm Had three sisters and two brothwhen drafted into the Army on ers to rear. One of my brothers August 31. 1942, at Camp-Shelby, is now in the Navy. An' now my Mississippi. After a week there he kid bpother's gain' into the Army. was sent to Drew Field. H e re-It's his place on the farm I'm ceived his basic training there takin'.'' and worked in the mess ration I Pvt. Thornton is also suffering supply of his organization. from bad health which impairs To Work on Farm his usefullness to the Army. "I've Complying with the Army rules d _one sinus trouble a long and regulations pertaining to the tnne, he said. discharge of men over 38, Pvt. -+t-------Thornton is being discharged to FREE MENDING go back to work on a farm to 1 grow p eas, corn, cotton and other general farm products. He put in for his discharge on January 8, 1943. He is one of the first men at. Drew Field to be discharged under the rule concerning men oVer 38. H e was a bit reluctant to talk apout himse lf, but once he opened 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 befo r e 10 o clock. The alterations will be made free of charge. ----------Young Baritone Wins Second Miami Trip Aviation Cadet Schools Now Opep To Applicants Lt_ Cot Zippl (. Of Dive Bomber Group Do you want work that is vital The youngest Dive Bombing to the war effort, work that is in-! Group at Drew Field today is tcresting and exciting, that commanded by young and capa-. you on your toes, work that puts; ble Lieutenant Colonel Marvin S. you among the elite of the Army? i Zipp, formerly of Hartford, Conn. You should find out more about! To meet the genial colonel is to Aviation Cadet service, both fly-! immediately make a new friend ing duty "and ground duty. I His soft, pleasant manner is at Applicants for air crew (bam-once manifest to all who come in hardier, navigator or pilot) must 1 with him. _Coupled with be from 18 to 26 years inclusive. 1 his gemal personahty IS a manFor ground crew (armament, ner of comma_nding that munications, engineering, mete-draws automatlc obedience and. oralogy, or photographic officer) 1 respect. applicants may b e from 18 to 30: Born m Hartford, Conn., oa 1 _October 29, 1911, Col. Zipp at-ye_ars o d, mclusiVe. An crew ap-! tended Syracuse University from Cpl. Johp Hession, of Albany, must pass a mental which engineering school he .was New York, was declared the win-ammatwn, ground crew apph-i graduated in 1934 Aside from ner of the second trip to Miami cants must from two to academic interests, the wrestling for the Major Bowes amateur satisfactory college of the colonel's hour broadcast of February 18. tlme durmg his undergraduate His will be paid by Marnage IS no J;lar to acceJ?tdays. Major Bowes, and he will receive/ ance. After graduatwn, pay vanes Still Wrestling a $50 bonus also. from $252 t

PoJk Vet And Son B .uy.TwoGuns tor The Army (;:.:,rand r ifles will represent two "1Y:i.: ;l.er Haven; Florida c itizens on t l;rc, fi ghtin g front, made possi bl e / l>y contriJJ utio.n s rece ived S atur by the Publ!c R e l a L Jons Of:flc\0, Dre w Fie ld, from A. R J ;:L -;nm. The result was a .check for $ 160 se..-:.1: to the Public Relations offi c e : a t Drew F ield with an attache d note saying the money was t o b e l. 4.scd to buy two Garand rifles. His Letter IGemm's lette 1 ; read : "Please find my check encloseci I in the amount of $160 for t w o Ca.rand rifles for the United S1.e.g donation of that amount Wlll weeks 1ssue. :r-evei.ve citation certificates Right now it's to?, cold to -tlunk .se-:i.al numbers, just as w11l .of an:v _more news so thi S l s all Klemm and his son. for today. S >.overal days ago, news r e ---------le;:..sed from Drew Fie l d !-te;_: < l :ions Off ic e stat e d that .,.'.-'Q,:;.l.d handle contributions for Jn.;c c i:mse of Garand r ifles to b e 't,'S<"'-'' on the f1ghtmg front and a h l;.c;.-al response is being received. 1 donations are fonvardecl to. tl:;e Treasur y Department, along the r eauest that they be :tis( :_i :fo r the 'purpose expressed. H. is the s\.t g g e s t io n of ColonP] h'I 0 ,-in B. Asp, Commanding Of'ii:c:,;: of Army Air Base D r e w that arrangements be made f..,: the retun1 of the r i fl e s pure hc;s:ed, i f practicable, or similar I '.1\'c>S. t o each d onor following the close of the war as souvenirs ----i<--Bombardment Squadron NEWS This squadron, which was aca year ago. last week at Rw:.l:er Field Savannah, Georgia, =.tti ved at this. station receritly. l'tl:ost. of the time, sinl;:e has been .snent .in g etting our bearings 1:iying to find the location of lce<>.dquarters, operations, finance, exchanges and othet' crowded As a general rulethe first ession of a new field is always .bad: one,.-but.there. .wasan,-exto the. gel)eral rule in our Our fitst .impression w _as gr.ke(i good to everyboQ.y. R Q ACE-But' when 1N e found that we going to sleep on canvas GEORG E II. MASeN,. Mg1 i *6 1 t SERVICE NE"EDS FOR SERVICE MEN COMPLETE LINE OF 1 :K: Shirts i< Slacks i< Chevrons ... Garrison and a;; Overseas Co ps m O.D. or New Forest Green 1 916 Franklin Street DSU4QSQQiQ q At 44-AMS 9 ""'81 TAMPA'S ONLY NITE.CLUB Featuring 3 Floor Shows Niely -8 10 Midnight DANNY & DON'S ox J : E --w :.:E_, L .. ... i .. : N a T E CLUB 911 TAMPA STREET FLOWERS WIRED ANYWHERE IN THEUS. A. T7 Hospital Bouquets Co. Call H-1855 Open Evenings WEDNESDAY IN GORGEOUS TECHNICOLOR 1001. thrills hom the /11001. Ni.ghts/1 VviJd Romance! > Forbidden "Excite. ments! See ... where desert... harem thieves ... Slavers and reckless rogues clash in wildest revelry! Also Latest Paramount News SUNDAY AND MONDAY /IOnce Upon a H // oneymoon \Vith Rogers Cary Grant Tampa. ahd Zack Phone 3003-9c, 22c Saturday and Sunday 1/The Male Animal'' Henry Fonda, Olivia de Haviland ---FEATURE:.NO. 2--' B "II f O'H II u e ts or a ra Joan Perry, Roger Pryor TUESDAY WEDNESDAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 2:30 to 5 Every Night 8 till 11 EXCEPT MO, N DAY Sc F a r e On Davis Island Buses LEA VlNG GRANT'S CORNER FRANKLIN AND CASS STREETS. 7:15 --7:45 --8:15 VISIT TAMP A'S YEAR #ROUND PLAYGROUND 711 GRAND CENTRAL RIDES GAMES EATS AMUSEMENTS ADMISSION to Grounds FREE Chills Special Rides for Children Th 'II Soldie r s and Welcom e ri S A TAMPA-OWNED INSTITUTION Bring Your Family and Friends A NICE PARK FOR NICE PEOPLE zawmaJ..-_>GGJIIi;;: s:;:s;:m ::::zt3HidW Groceries Tobacco, Candy, Notions Adams Kennedy Whiting and Jefferson Streets TAMP A, FLORIDA .1 MONEY LOANED I ON ANYTHING bF VALUE TAMPA LOAN CO. "TAMPA'S OLDEST AND MOST LIBERAL" ; 908 FRANKLIN STREET ) '4WM* 'IV PADDOCK BAR "Not a Jook Joini-Bul: a ulace just like_-l:he one back home-where you ---... .t ....,_... W.U.t: Vr SWtH:Hb.earl ior R drinlc, a chat and fine music. JACKSON AT TAMPA ST Open From 8 A.M. to P.M. '" The Tavern Bar & Grill HOT AND COLD LUNCHES Spaghetti a Specialty 311 Franklin St. Phone 3940 LIQUORS-BEER-WINES CLUB HI-HAT 1204 FRANKLIN ST. Invites You to Dance :to II H I -H AT RHYTHM MAKERS11 Every Nite -7 P.M. Till Midnight Welcome Soldiers! "T A M P A' S 0 N L Y MUSICAL BAR" Hear Your Favorite Songs i CHESTERFIELD BAR CASS & TAMPA STREETS I "I've tried to be Red, White and Blue To the boys at MacDill and Drew. When he money is lax, I charge I no ax, 1 ThM: BAR'1111 FLORIDA AVE. Ph. M7215 BEERS-WINES 10c B .EER STILL lOc


tebruary 19, 303id8011Jb sq tl Recently the Bombard-Who is the mighty champ in The Headquarters volley ball; ment Squadron arnved at Drew, the 1st_ Reportmg Company-the team compnsed of officers of the i Field, greatly refreshed (??) after! man the sandpaper teeth? Bomb Group challenges any: a comfortable sleep aboard train i' Welden returne<;J from the officer group at Drew Field. They Th hospital last week, saymg he hat were the champs at Hunter Field : ey Immediately noticed the i e d to leave. I saw the nurses, too. v.:here a string of 56 i warm sunny climate. (Temp. 40 Three Is a v1ctones were registered. (Don't 1 deg.) and later realized how We me all wondenng why two let this scare you, as they played changeable Flonda's climate is -of our supply men have_ to eat the same team 36 time s.) The c h ill today, hot tamales at the. Manhattan Cafe w1t h only Eighty Forum is coached by Capt. Squadron Is now located. one girL Has someone lost his and each game is played on I Avenue between 1st and chapn? m a strictly CLEAN manner, as 2_nd Streets-only 4300 feet from 'I hree of our old young the chaplain, Lt. Fix, is one of the lme. over 38 of age are about to o utstanding players. Master Sergeant Jones has clon e assume the title of "Mr." -'\h! ; The 84th has a compulsory his part to assure the Coca-Cola We feel sorr:l:' for Sgt. Wise. Hfi! workout and exercise period daily Company a prosperous year for, was told h1s furlough was can" from 101 5 to 1115 or 1600 to 1700. 1943. As the result of a bet with c e lled and that he had to start Lt. Col. Paul Zartman, the C.O. Staff Sergeant Pnndle, the school on Monday. of the, 84th, can be seen sweating lucky sergeant bought forty-five I Sgt. T /5 Wilson had i t out with rest. Lts. Fried-l coke, s f?.r the mght a burpmg,good yesterday or;t lander and Simonton are the Its School D_aze agam_ for the rough C)nd 1ugged waters. of physical training offiCers for the Staff Sergeant .Qumn. who left by Tampa Bay. (They're debatmg g 1 :0up. plane to attend Administrative now whether or not to join For Sale, Cheap Inspector's School at J<,ort Logan, WAVES.) -Mr. X. Residents of Indian Rock would Colorado. like to buy an alarm clock for Lt. Dupre, as his dog wakes everyc body else l.lP before he can wake .to feeq her If you get an alarm clock, who -wants .to buy a stolen d<>g? Drew Firsts Congratulations to Lieutenant Hodges on his recent promotion to fi'rst lieutenant-Abe first pro motion at D1'ew : Field. Furthe r congratulations to 2nd Lieutenant Speaker on his marriage-another first at Drew Field. t----:--4 7Je. 'f!Al?Pf h(EOIIIA1" :.. -.LPxultve Authorized BoUler: PEPSI-COll.A BOTTLING CO. OF TAMJ;l'A TO ONLY 0 N E -8 X l;Q; P H-0 T Hear _.the one about the Air Corps lieutenant who, foi three days sunning,_: showed :his wife's pass at the main gate-of another field and was saluted and passed each time. His \-vife made him stop on the fourth day for fear that the M.P.s might want his picture when she went. through. For proof; contact your Special Serv ice officer at Drew Field' s newest Dive Bombing Group. The A certain group pf lie1.1tenants. hav. e been enjoying the bahi1y breezes. and : wai'In: sunny climate on. their early morning rides to D1'ew Field from their living are only twenty miles from the field. In the inter est of health; and the gasoline and tiFe rationing, they have agreed to walk the at least three times .each week. v not too strong! not too mild! v it's jusfright! t l : $1.2: 5 As a Pec{wtiOI/, u;e 01i/y asdirected. C.O is Lt. Col: Zipp. Sub-Depot Subs CO)I I'LETF. DIN NERS The Blolling Board 569th S.A.W. BATT ALI ON Lusty "HELLOS" to all new employees of 26th Sub-Depot. S/Sgt. Waterman, DS, Wee-NEWS SCOOPS-Myrtle Far-haw k e n N. J., wntes that the r e num visiting hubby Lt. Bud in. blackout up no1th was so Orlando. Eunice Blcindeau: effective because the fireflies had transferring to Fairfield, Ohio .... to pamt out the upper half uf Ellen Fortson transferred from their glow. roultry, Groceries, nnd. llcrring-, Lox. and all ldJJU8 (}f fish, stl'i(fly \\'L'ig,_ BEEit, S ,\:-,"1>\\'ICHES Supply to Payroll Department. Why IS Sgt. Ar?usto so heartSupply's LOSS Headquarters' broken these. days?_ mght GAIN Captam Packard now Per-was heard When Yom sonnel Officer. Dick Smith, Love r Has Gon_e, and had his Draftsman, "DRAFTED" -we are compa_ny Hl tears. FINMAN'S KOSHER MARKET 1\:oshPr 1\larli.ct in '1'anlJHl 9:!8 E. llrondway J>h, l\15H-133 1/!.: Bloc){ East or NeOrusl;;:u. AYe. now awaiting his return so we f /Sgt.s VIdovich and Siegler can greet him with "HOW Y A ____ BUCK?" ... We hear it's wedding bells soon for Velma Taylor ... Lt. R. E. Jones awaiting transfer orders (sorry you're leaving, Lieutenant) .. Tom Gray, of Recla mation,_ made a trip to the altar. receptly, saying, I DO Sub Depot Cutie of the week-Louisa Amaker. Sorne Cook We hear Anne Kutner of Ma chine Shops i s a wonderfu l cook: Ask hubby John, he KNOWS ... Mary Rose Gallagher, of Head-ql,.tarters, says not to mention to a soul the fact that Headquarters hasn't bee n -working on the night shifts recently. Now, please re member, fol ks, this is strictly on the Q. T. I Where there was one, there's now two. CONGRATULATIONS to CAPTAIN Alfred C Cromartie 26th Sub-Depot Supply Officer. Some people get all the breaks. Ruth Kelly, of Supply, applied .for a transfer to F.A.D. to be closer to her home and Hubby. Hubby was transfen:.ed to Sarasota Flor ida, and appeared in a very few hours hefore Ruth left for Ohio, so, Ruth, instead of going North, went South. Our since1 : e hope that M1s. Edha. Linn will not be absent from our ranks too long, cannot .be ex pressed more thoroughl y She has admitted to St. Joseph's Hos pital for a veTy serious operation. The Supply Office was honored I by a visit from Lt. Col. C. C. "Joe'' Harris the other day. Shop around more often, Colonel; your v isits bnng back sweet memories. KNIGHT PAPER B R 0 S. c 0. PROTECT YOUR CASH: tV_' On week-end leave or furlotig}l, or even while-in 'camp, you will find Ame.dcan ExpressTravel.ersCheques always safe, \ always dependable. They are spendable '/ everywhere; like cash, If lost or stolen, your money is refunded in full. No identificationrequi.r.ed. I _ssued in denominations of$10; $20; flY '-\?v _/ $50and$100.Cost-75foreach$100. ,t__ '-/ WHEN TRAVELING ANYWHERE! .Minimum cost4CJ' for $10 to $50 For sale at Banks, Railway Express:offices, at pr-incipal-railroad ticket offices and at many camps_ and bases. AMERI'CAN .EXPRES.S. TRAVELERS C _HEQUES Our Regular $6e95. 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Page 4 --The Drew Field Echoes: P. 0. Box 522 GLENN R. ROSS. Publisher TAMPA ARMY Business Office: 1115 FLORIDA AVENUE TAMPA. FLORIDA Phone 2177 All advertisements contained in this newspaper also in the MacDill Fly Leaf. Minimum joint circu1ahon, 10.000 _c:_opxes. ADVERTISING FURNISHED ON REOUEl5T A published exclusively for. the. of D_rew Field and. to .military ,interesis, :and; the Umted : NatJOm: Victory. opinions expressed in .this newspaper .. are those individlial writers and. under no. cjrcumstances..are'they to beconsidered. those of the United. States; Atmy. Advertisements .in. this publication do not .constitutean endorsementby.the War Department or its per sonnel of the products advertised. SIG. HQ. & HQ. C 9th F. C. The Bugle (all By S/SGT MIKE DODD It' s been going on for almost two months-this back-to-nature idea It all starte d whe n this outfit up and too k off for a spe.! l of DREW FIELD ECHOES February 19, 1943 F/SGT. EDWARD W. SMITH maneuvers out in the jungles If you ask F/Sgt. Edward V w here men are m e n and t h e mos -Smith of Rome Ga., a n y thir. qui toes are g lad of i t. Speaking about' the histoTy of D r e w Fiel' of n'i"osquito es, so m e of the fe l P "Miss Oolala. the boys wondered if you could give them a you' r e asking one of the m e n whu lows have .caught fleeting F#IIJ'fir"" few pointers to .improve heir flank movements-" saw this field rise from a muddy glimpses of one of t h e critters at' swamp to b ecome o n e of the tired in a toin doth swingin g By SGT. JOHN F. SUSZYNSKI most beautiful camps in the from tree to tree, a Ia Tarzan. I've WELCOME: P vts. Dee'' C lem-south and the air base in been keeping an eye peeled hop-ents of Washington, D. C., and F l A (' H E (' R[PORJ(' Florida. iri g to spot his mate in a sarong" D e l Purga of Schenectady, N J .J 1: J Inducted into the Army on Oct. a Ia Dorothy Lamour. Y Drumme r Dee" came to us From he Base Administrative By S/Sgt. J. B. Harris 15, 1941 Sgt. Smith spent two Jungle Girdles from the Medics and lost no time Inspector's Office. W e ll h e r e iris Friday, and time months at Camp Wheel e r, This no man's land is a snake-applying his training to a bruised to h aunt the outfit again. with a combat intelligence umt infested place. A wide variety of knee sustained by Pvt. Roscoe By M/SGT. ROBERT :Ross Pfc. Lloyd DeLong has been of the infantry. When the first variouskinds of reptiles glide and Lamb. "Del" is already well carrying the torch, but not for a group of signal. corps men came wriggle beneath your feet and known for his fiddling on Special Lieutenants Jones and Mitchell girl. This time it's for the 564th. to Drew, Dec. : 14, 1941 Srmth was through the dense jungle growths. Services radio and soldier shows and Sgt. Hardick have r eturned Lloyd has done a magnificent j_ob one of the men assigned. The other night, two soldiers had at Drew-he will be playing clari-from Fort Logan, Colorado. They of finishing the Day-Room in a Under Lt: Col. Richard Gimble, retired on their cots in their tent. net with the Band. have successfully completed the nice burnt grain. then Sig. A. w. comrriander, Sgt. One groaned and complained of Pvt. "Pops" N ailor had a tough Administrative Inspectors' co urse. Strange Sights Smith became the first sergeant abdominal pains. "Aw, forget it time trying to explain t.he lipstick They h?-v e the ev1? ence to show The other day we stepped out major of the Sig. A. w. units of and go to sleep," advised his bud-on his neck the other night-a 'fo r their 30 days .. hard work, our door, glanced toward the Drew Field. dy drowsily. "It's probably fine example for Kid "Jim" Crow. brand new s heepsln!!s. W elcome Plotting Co. supply room, turned When the 503rd sAW Regt. was thing you ate. Something he ate, I wonder if "Pops" knows that back to our family <;Ircle: around and came back in. Then formed, he took over the my eye! What was c ausing that Pfc. Sam Schiavone ("Hostess" in If Y.ou lost m Y?Ur we started all over again, but our of sergeant major of the Plottmg soldier' s tummy ache was a six"Hullabaloo from Drew") s meared book, we will surely fmd eyes didn' t deceive us. There was. Battalion. After one month, he foo t black .snake .encircle. thrice the stuff on his neck while prewhe;n we make our monthly. Sgt. Perry huddled around a stove. came sergeant major for the around .his cot, sort of squeezin, g t ending to b e sympatheti c about mspectwn. which was in the middle of the ment. do"Yn t!ght on the poor guys the situation." If you suffer from ailments yard. Now Sgt. Perry, don't you Sgt. Smith attended Gem:g1a waist line; The "smiling" faces of Pfcs. called "Councilitis" CQM Form think it was a little silly trying Tech., majoring in mechamcal Gangway! Galdino Owings and Woodke No. 15) or a disease called "Comto heat the entire area with ONE engineering. While ther-e, he was One night recently, "Yhile boat-! show how hai?py' they are to be pany Fundi tis/ bring. your trou-. little stove? on the varsity golf team for .on .the clear, blue nver .wend-_1 back from their fur_loughs. bles. in to this office. A sure and The n we were attracted b y a years. He also became a member mg Its way through the JUngle; Galdino our tonsonal artlst, got positive 'cure is guaranteed. You very unusual sight. 1st Sgt. 0 B of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon frathe tranquility of which was back ju'st in time the will always find a "welcome!' O'Brien stuck fast in the doorway. ternity. Leaving .school. at the e rid broken only by :tne constant J garig for Lt. Albers' mspectwn-sign on our door mat. W e are al-You see, i f h e doesn't go out side-of three years, Sgf Smith d y of the with Cpl. Costello had to .be ane;sthet-gl;;td to a .helping hand. ways, he can't get out, and this to work .for the Rome Mach me streammg hazIlY I ized for his .haircut. Speakmg of No JOb Is too .b1?. or too time he was in a hurry and forgot and Foundry Company, becoming .. through trees, fre1 furloughs, Pfc. Bob Ludwig, Our; Instant himself. Too much steam in the the assistant .office manager. quent. flashes of light from my I ing supply sergeant, Our mo.tto ,customer. I S al-j supply room! An expert golfer, Smith shoots flashlight. stabbe d the dark again until Sgt. Harwick gets ways -If .It s accordmg to .1 /Sgts. in the low 70s, recently s hooting o ws, playmg over the waters, the n back from Zion Hill, Pa., to A. R. ic 1 In the abs.ence of our 1st a -72, two over par for the Palma darting on the banks. I happened lieve him of the chore. a drastic situatiOn has ansen. Ceia. Country Club golf course-:to spot what appe

February 19, 1 9 4 3 DREW FIELD ECHOES Po>ge 5 --E IN y I T E l-4ere We Can Serve You Better YO. U--Our new, larger, beautifu l studio expresses what we think our c ustomers deserve-spaciou s and complete facilities to serve them. in a manner in keeping with our artistic profession. We are proud of our new location because we now join the ranks of the many other Tampa --businesse'ls which have taken on a new "fa'ce"-TO ''--1 S I T -Vr. ,) .. Celeb'r.atia 9 o6 Out S eu.enih 'tjea/J; i n

DliEW FIEIJD ECHOES Febi'uary 19; 19'13 i 9 lP I ff do'! "" !.'!'! .... ', ... :' ... .... ... .... 'iEAHBREEZEi". .. By Pfc. Alvin M Amster By SGT. E. S. PERRY i I Toda,y (Monday) we all found out ':' A St : Z M A By SGT. JACK GOLDSPINNER OFFICIAL The new SEA BREEZ:!:S' office is wl1v tl1 y call To pl<'ck O'Br1'e11 "Bw ':" : Outstanding Graduates located in Upper B-2 where the writer Ch{ef." action t'1e O c d<"'lY : ::.: rm y .. ... o :.! IS quartetTed oetween A l Glassen and Roon1 stove he b1e\v GUt a red hot The honor student m the Graduatmg Gladue Guidrv. We left our former fire with one buC'Ip on addinIf. there no obsta;cles_. ... ,. .. : ,,,_ AJ:R: ,CO.NDl'f.{'(J .'_ N E D \ still coming through the phones. Alhson Enocmr:: ?ciF"l c!oloma. 1 Now that _Cpk Ta]ai<'!k -1s baclf .. in quickly down-.. the line oi netWork; Potenhal.Marrlage?. I us.-;It s":;e IS 'hard: g.t .. ti' d:Sgt 1 p :at'orte ... Was h e 1s sweatmg out h1s commg calls.'Hes quietnow so I -hear chow pos 1 !l no marnaE(e to that Pottsville (Pa.) honey' call:. Off we g.o of the P?SltiOns m the real of the. roan:'- ... Sotak is sweating out his next pretendmg that he was asleep With hiS furlough ... Lt. Lane is back as Ass't fmgers on the kev. ,He contmued.send-A-4 while Lt. John Dashiell replaced' u;g ZOA until tlungs started flymg in him as Sq. Supply Officer. h1s d1rechon. B y the way, Thom -Ortiz still hasn't Was His Face Red??? found a local cobbler's shop Cpl. Jack Stare, one nice warm sunny Wahl and Jo:vPr, just two Sq. roller afternoon, was dozing in the Radio skating casualties who c leaned the Maintenance Class during a derrionstraColiseum's floor seven times Frition of the workings of a receiver. The day. Why did you tip that MP 15c; instructor noticed that Stare's head Wahl? ... How about some gossip fm was drooping arid asked him to shut us on the men in tl1e Flight Section? off the receiver, tosee if he had been i<-----paying attention. Stare. completely in SIG. HQ. & HQ. CO. a sleep-foE(, turned the A.V.C., R.F. Gain, Audio Gain, and the XI Switch, before he finally found the tone control switch: Cpl. Stare verv s heepishly returned to his seat, while the c lass roared at his switcht u ninE( exhibition. Welcome Back The Department is happy to see Sgt. James SinE(Ietary bark at work again after hnsoitalization. He Knows His Code??? Pvt. Bernard Bensen. a radio electri c ian, tells o n e and a ll that he knows his code. When put to the test. he just mixed a few characters. such as G and W. Y and Q A and N, and J and 4. Other.wise he knew his code, eh? Pinellas Army Air Base From Reveille to Retreat MEET THE MEN OF PINELLAS BY s : sgt. A. E DeShon T. Sgt. Rice tells-me of a Master Sgt-. who, while sitting in the back of a B-18 during flight. fell a sleep. When the plane landed they woke him and holle1d, 'Bail out." He did. pulling the rip cord and landing to his embar. rassment, on the ground. With chute not near opened tllere he _Jay all f lt"tered, a victim of a prank. S2"t. Francis claj1ns the worki'ng mal! on the field. How about that??? Hello to 'Sgt. Davis and Corp. Ryan, do\u n Sa'!'asota wav. Any man over 38 years of age may app,Y for adischarge trom"the AHiiy. I?_2.? "Naturalfy" T. Sgt. Maxwell is sweating blood. They, took his wife to the h 'ospital today. When asked what it will be, a bov o a girl, he says "a boy, of course. Pvt. Di Francisco is on a diet, he eats and supper only.He wants to have a small waist line when he sees his girl on furlough. He now measures 36 inches around the waist. "Mr. Five and Five. Sgt. D inner is one man who can talk for 45 minutes without running out of Local Boy Makes Good F. Sgt. Robert L. Summitt, of the 304th, has been in the Army a Iitle over a year. He became a 1nen1ber of the Armed forces on J .an. 15th, 1 942 That's a good batting average. Sgt. Corp. \Vhb works jn engineer i!lg, is quiet and reserved. Ask him for any T.O. on the field and he can give you a quick yes. or no. The sooner we all cooperate and stay off the newly plante d grass. the sooner we may a ll befit by the reduced amount .of dust and appreciate the fresh new green area that will grow. -,W:) STAR KOSHER DELICATESSEN All Kinds of Herring, Lox and Smoked Fish. Impo.:ted and Domestic Cheeses. Kosher Wines. All Kinds of Sandwiches Open Till 11 P.M. 805 Gr. Central. Ph. H 29-842 WELCOME SERVICE MEN GARCIA'S CAFE AND BAR 1326 Franklin at Constant Phone M 7017 Franklin St. Restaurant HOME OF PINE FOODS At J;teasonable Prices SPANISH DINNERS 1406 Franklin Street Ill Fighter Command By PFC ROY SWARTZ Toward the West Coast on goes P T. Smith; Perea and Losee: wit1 1 Lange, Rush, "Kropie." and H. V. Smith heading toward the Midwest. The Silver MPteor. alol1'' the Atlantic Seaboard, will carry Chrisp. Jones, Konopka, Ziegler, and Sit:arz. Wise and Sartain wi\1 go to Tennessee and Alaban1a respectively Biggest surprise of last week: Fred' Longman returns from his furlough. Societv Section Sgt. Landry cari be found most any Sunday enjoying himself at the Casino Matinee Dances ... A fanner member of this company, Sgt. Berquist, was married last 'Sunday in Tampa ... We e lect Gallagher President of the new K. P. clul.J. with Butcher and ''Pangi" Vice Presidents, and Kapral as Treasurer. Best idea to .date: Ben1ie "Te Brake who gets his home town sweetheart a job at the 'P. x Here and There Wher e did Sgt. B 'oykin get that tele phqne .gree.ting: "Dusty' s Place-Archie sneaking?". Seen at the races the other night-"Peppy". Culpepper. Stone, Spanier, and Jarrell ... Sgt. Bacich.'s yellow Ford still needs a new hood In his sleep, Waldhouser talks a,f "The all clear signal''. Sgt. Donkey Valentine from his wife is plertty good LL San Filippo is still Iookii'ig, for vorunteers for 1625 pushups, Holding .. top: honors in attendance is 'Moon" Mullens, v..rho never rnisses a picture at Drew Field nor a perform a nce at 'the Arena. Sick Report: From Dutv to Sick in Hospital is 'Wink" Winckowski who enter-ed the Drew HospitalTuesday_ ; Sgt. Cook is improving but will remain .1 in the hospital for awhile yet > -----. -91lTH Q. M B".'' CPL. R : c. T. PEARMAN I think it would be best to s _ay nOthing at all about the voice recordings you .. fellows made last Saturday. Such things are better Most of you fellows missed the laugh of the night last Firday. The orchestra and dancers \V ere d eparting vvhen Pvts. Quinten Stanley and FrE'd Morris stroll ed in, looking like a couple of tnan1n1y singers. They were fresh of the night coal pile detail and the v had about half of it on their faces ancl clothing. ConE(ratulations to Pvt. Wilmort Wright; he is doinE( alright for himself. He just returned from the OTU. Sehoul at MacDill Field with c,rery high recotnnlendations. and now hP i s wo1king in the Unit Personnel Office. Keep punching, pal. Scared By Children Those children from Tampa came Gut here and scared the dickens out or our basket b'a ll team l a s t Saturclav. Thev would have clone more than that if it had not b een Jor theft last mfnute rally and the exper t shooting of Cpl. Lizzmore ofthe 59th Avn. Sq. His last six points were the margin of victory. I still don't know whether the fellows came out to see the game, or the pretty USO Hostess who accompanied the team. As for your correspondent, he spent half the time looking at the game and the other half glaring at the beautiful lady in blue. I forgot to ask Lt May how things (were going out in dear old -:Gonzad, Neb. H e .iu

.::_:; .:. Soldiers Always EL BOULEVARD RESTAURANT 1ltis Week. FlNEST SPANISH FOODS-BEST OF LIQUORS -200 1 : F R 0 M THE }Drew M en's Club Elects Miss Foy ,?PECI A L SERVICE S OFFIC E Harry Evens, Mimic TOWNSEND Sash-Door & lumber Co. "Q f H ueen o earts Miss Margaret Foy, of 3411 .. Lykes Ave., Tampa, was selected Friday night as Q ueen of Hearts" of Drew Field,:.climaxing a color-ful dance session at the Drew Field Service Men' s C lub. She sponsored in the contest by ihe DefenseMo.thets of Tampa. :,: F our iunl;le .rs-up, '.who served her attendants, .were M iss :j.V[argaret Aizpuriu, 2908 13th Str Miss Louise ,Stanford, 814 $\'it..__ Termont; Miss ;Alice Mae 906 -East Emma, and Miss Frances Cooper, 4303 Marguente. ', The Drew Field heart was pre Sented, and introductions of the 1 five girls were made by Lt. Ben nett Toay', assistant Special ServiCe Officer at Drew Field. K ing" Chosen .:. It was a toss-up who. would be lucky man as Miss Foy's of-ficial escort for the remainde r of On the Spoti R e creation Building No. I j Friday Feb. 19! 8:00 p.m. Song recital by M1ss Houston. Saturday, Feb. 20T o be. an ,nounced. Sunday, Feb. 2 1 8 :00 p .m.Old Fashioned Film. Monday, Feb. 2 2 8: 00 p.m. Variety Show ... 8:30 p.m. Broadcast from stage, "Ri g h t Answer or Else." Sat., l'"eb. 20 HITLER'S CHILDRE N Tim Holt, Bonita. Gran ville Trotting K ings This i s your Enemy Sun. -Mon., Feb. 21-22 THEY GOT ME COVE RED Bob Hope, D o rothy Lamour The Squakin' Hawk News of. the Day No. 24 5 Tuesday, F e b. 23, 8 : 0 0 p m Concer t by Army Air Force Ban d Wednesday, Feb. 24-To be an Tues., Feb. 23 nounced Thursday, Feb. 25, 8 : 00 p.m. Var.iefy Concert ... 8:35 p.m. _;_Broadcast, "Rookie Roy s Scrap Book." Enlisted Men' s Service Club Friday, Feb. 19, 8: 00 p m Dance. Saturday, Feb. 29, 7: 1 5 p m Bridge 8 : 00 p m -Group Sunday, Feb. 21 -To be announced Monday, Feb. 22, 8: 0 0 p .m.1 Dance. MY HEART B-ELO NGS T O DADDY with Richard C arlson a n d Martha O D r iscoll Fightin g Freighters Chips off the old block Wed.-Thurs Feb. Z4-25 STAR BAN G LED RHYTHM Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and 4All Star Cas t T-Bone for Two News of the Day No. 246 Fri, }'"eb. 26 KEEPER O F THE FLAME with Spei1ce r Tracy and Katherine Hepburn Marines in the Making LUMBER & MILLWOllK, AND PAINT'--FHA LOANS f P H 0 N E H 4 8 9 1 N. Rome .and Fu!ler Street i I HENRY CO Cbinese Hatld La.undry il Guaranteed 504 :St. Ta:mpa Ser v ice Men A lways W e l come Sulph u r Springs Cafe We Specialize I n Home Cook e d Food Chick en, Steak and C h o p Dinn e r s Sp1=ings, Arcade IT. w. RAMSEY LUMBER COMPANY We Specialize In Mill Wor k & Cabinets We can furnish material for Repair& and F H A Loans Phone Y 1219 17th St. & 6th Ave t h e evening. Numbers, issued to each soldier as he entered the Service Club, were with a number drawn bY Miss I TuesdaY., Feb. 23,: 8 : 0 0 p .m.Symphonic R ecorded Music. W ednesday Feb. 24, 8 : 00 p. m Foy herself. Pvt. Robert Wrob. Harry Evans is a well-known lewski, 503rd Signal Air comedian on the fiel d, but many .ing, had the lucky number, 1 85. here do not realize that h e has H e presente d a Valentine box a l o n g and varied career behind -Dance. Thursday, F e b 25, 8:00 p.m. B ingo; also, Dancing Instruction Shows of Week o f candy by Lt. Toay. him. On Monday evening, in Recre-Music for the Valentine dance Venturesome from the begin-ation Building Number 1, Lt. .was furnished b y the 69th Air ning he left home whe n he was G eorge Kluge conducted his first Boxes of Oranges SPn rl box o f Oranges, GrapeI fruit or Tangerines Home lnquire at NEWSSTAND 1 Air Base Bus Terminal 906 Tampa Street OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Tdinpa Bay Market A G Cleotelis & Son Groceries, Fruits, Magazines Ice Cream Ph. H 3143. W Lafayette Forces Band, with Ira Specte r j ust 1 6 to take part in a series of broadcast of "The Right Answer 1 batoneer, doing swell work at the vValkathon endurance shows. or Else." Pvt. Harry EvCJns, Pvt. S E M 1 N 0 L E i piano. Others in the band were While performin g in these, he Alfre d Panetz and Pvt. Grant SOUVENIR & J E W EL!?Y CO I coM PLETE LINE oF II ists, and P vt. Austin Bennett with future stage, film and radio p er-successful in entertaining the C U R I Q S --G I F T S the drums. Songs were rendered formances. After this initial en-m e n WRAPPED FOR MAI LING I b y Pvt. Leonard Sessa. gagement, he went to New York/ On Tuesday evening, the Spe107 E Lafayette S tree t I Hoste s s and stayed t here to d a nce in the 1 cia! Service office presente d "Bul------------'--------!I "Sol d l e rfo! E n ting Phtce liS AXO <.;H6l'S .l SPECIAL:J'Y ELITE REST.&URAN'I' .. Ti\l'IJPA ANB T'\VIGnS STS. .. Miss Narcissa Leland, resident chorus of Earl Carroll' s Vanities. l labaloo from Drew" in Sarasota, I hostess of the Drew Serv ic e Club, and George White's Scandals. On' on Wednesday evening, i n Clearg l ----------------; presided during the opening mo-surviving both of these produc-1 water. On W ednesday evenin ELITE CIGAR STORE S j' II).ents of the program only. She tions h e turned his attention to i there \Vas a silent fi l m Eleanor Maw's Liquftr Bar i#troduce d Lt. Toay, the Queen, radio' acting, a n _nouncing and also II Boaidman in "A Ml'tunity for the men t o be."on wan t to see live p eopl e on the welcome. Rex Billiard Parlor t h e inside" of .an actual broadcast. stage. They will want warmth in -----11L----]nter.esting to the exten t of the their entertainment that neither e Daniel S Bagley aqdience actually seeing the vari-films nor radio can ever comfRAr.'!ll\ -+< ot;ls steps necessary to the prog-pletel y give t hem. I see a great Jl?;:f, [!ti'f!l('4fi IIIU,W.fif of a s uccessful radi o program. future for vaudeville after the s: .. ... w TS -" 1012 FRANKLIN :.Before the actual broadcast, the war." -f m e mbers of the audience are cau-Evans is d oi n g t h e most impor\ TAMPA --FLORIDA tio ned to maintain strict sil ence I tant job that h e has ever done in 1A'."JI "'-""<= the performance. The n 1 f !eld righ t _now. He enter-1 G reetings. radio fan s OnceGTn o r e we t l)e cue from control room i tams m t h e camp ,.0 to press with the l a test news from cqmes from the officers m charge 1 he takes promment parts m Lt. Drew Field raclioland. And that news .to tpe announce r and the pro-George K luge's broadcasts. from i s h eadlined by the popular new r adio gta( o n the air! Whatever may the stage of Recreation Building show, THE RIGH T ANSWER_ 0 program pr0sented, I NumJ:ler 1, or from Tampa, as LLSE! With the RB No. 1 filled with w hether I t JS of a dramatic or au-occaswn demands, and assists a n enthusiastic audience las t Monday dience participation nature, hand Captain Chester K Delano in deevening, this fast moving educational as well as entertaining broadcast got CULP LUMBER CO. E veryt h ing to Build Anything' Millwor k Made to Order 500 PACKWOOD Phone H 186 2 -:-TAMPA Cl;le s from the announcer are contai ls concerning the Special Servoff t o anothe r s mash start .-.u s t like I given. ice Office the big time radio shows-The Right ....,....,,_...,. _______ T h b f d t 1 H h' t or Else-pays off to th' e lucky ;; : r ey may e o a Irec ona arry IS now g1v a n g IS pan o -winners! Prizes, such as cigarettes nature to the. actors, or may even m imic specialties in "Hullaballoo free dmners at the S ervice Club and b e directed to the audience prop-From Drew." They have a rare passes to the War D ept. Theatres, were B t t 1 1 f h d th -c:,.cl out last Monday evening er. ut one s nngen ru e I S a -combination o umor an pa o s Everyone who took part. including the lafayette H o te I E. A. CLAY, Manager 120 West Lafayette Street East Side of Bride Phone M 5588 Tampa, Fla. W;ays maintained-and that is that After the war, Harry not only haa a swell t i m e <:md we I no one except. the performe r be-wants to continue with vaudefg,:' fore the microphone is to be : ville radio and films; h e w a nts 2 1-1 00 and THE RIGHT ANSWER O R I heard. a lso to act in legitimate dram a. c.L::..<,! :.:S o, when attendin g either our We know that success awaits him Las t evening our second winne r i n 1\'londay or Wednesday evening 1 n all fo u r medi' ums. ,e 'Vla.ior Bowes final auditions took -to the .. air with much g usto on the I broad.cast at Recreation Building Columbi a Network r adio show under Number 1 and actions on stage ,.,,.,,_,,.,.,,,,,,,.,.,.,,###,.,-".,"""1 t h e keen talent eye or America's own S eem unreal and the co nstant D d d AIIJ ) Ma.io Bow<"s Cpl. J ohn Hession was the soldier's n a m e and if I'm not $eemingly confusing hand mo-Jamon s an ewe ry! mls taken you [elias have h e ard from tio n s of t h e director weave among the Corporal before. Hullabaloo from d b l Dre,.v. the F1ida v nite radio progt at n tlJ.e four Inicrophones an ac c, ... Drew Field Star Parade and man.v only to continue again in a few others have give n way t o the fine .,.,aments, do not be too d ismayed oariton e voice or the above mentione d soldie r A s far as Cpl. Hession i s con:J;t.est back comfortably in YQUI' cerne d howeve r his due t with Lucy Seat and relax, for the broadcast Monroe still tags him w ith the nicki s abo. ut to begin. name "Cuddles." And "Cuddles" it is, Jolin,keep up the fine singing. ------+< 605 Franklin S t. Tonight the Drew Fie l d Sta1 Parade Any man wishing to unfolds for the 17th time and, as usuaL .. k Id' h variety in showman ship will b e the ; .. 11. e par. ln SO 1er S OWS li s t ening watchword. Talent from Drew .( make arrangements for E l w l h R i s a lways on hand to add that profes ltJI, interview at the Special X per a c epa Irs sional touch to eah of these fine broadVALENCIA GARDEN Restauran t WE SERVE THE FINEST OF SPANISH FOODS 811 Grand Central Ph. H 3773 Service Men Welcome GILBERT HOTEL 811 Tampa St. Phone lv11094 W H. WHITE, Manager "'!erv1ce 1ce a. ,econ ree. stati o n WFLA970 o n your dial-and Q f f s d s c a s t s So men, tune Y Olll' radio I and B telEiphone 258. the Stars M Drew. :.._ ___________ ;..__-! Stores Radios. ,and Repairing SOI.l!ld af!d, Inter CQmmunlcatlng \>Ystema C a p e h art and Scott service Jll6 >;: G.q,od Central r.:Jl':'3'78'7 L()ANS-lUONNY TO LEND DIBlllonda Wntc hes Jewelr7 Silver ware Olnmonds a t n SnvlnJr A. L. ECKART 4011 Tnmpn Street FERNANDEZ RESTAURANT Cuban Sandwiches A 1216 Franklin St. All Service Men Are Welcome Barce lona Cafe SPANISH RESTAURANT WINES AND LIQUORS Phone S 2}42 Ope n All Nigh t 471 4 Nebraska and Osborne VICTOR CAFE BEER -WINES 1 324 Franklin Ph. M-7240 BILL B AILEY, Prop. M e mber V F .W. & Am. Legion Special Invitations to A ll Service Men GLEN1S BILLIARDS Now In Hs New Lecaiion f' I 805 TAMPA ST r


Pag:e 8 , g 1 3 loss to s ervice teams. Drew cagers .. -GEORGE'S .BILLIARD PARLOR ENTRANCE Nich.ch, g ___ _______ 1 0 2 won the first half of the Tampa City l eague without a defeat and T OTALS ________ ____ 5 3 13 have been stopped only twice this -----+c season in 19 games. The Intercep1 SNOOKER AND POCKET BiLLIARDS 2222 E. Broadway Ybor City BUY WAR BONDS! The t)hysical training of men at tors won the City championship I Dre\\. i1as a high peak, last y ear and expect to repeat in I and k .'s keep it this way. '43 by sweeping the second half. :...._ __________________________ ____; ELC L Dancing Every Night In the Blue Room To the "South9s Best Negro Rhythm" E ERS WHY ELEPHANTS LIVE LONGER The horse and mule live 3 0 years, And know n o t hing of wines and beers Beer Wine Liquors The goat shee p at 20 di e, And neve1 taste of S cotch and r_ye; The c o w drinks wate r b y the ton, And a t 13 i s mostly done; SlJNDA Y MATINEE DANCING Meet Your Friends at ., .. Saratoga ar Corner Fortune and Franklin The dog a t 15 c a shes in Without the a id of rum and gin; The c a t in milk and w a t e r soaks, And the n in 12 short years it croa k s ; The m o dest so b e r bone-dry hen Lays e ggs for n o g s the n dies a t 10; All animals a r e strictly They sinless live and swiftly di e A litt l e rum and beer-s o a k e d m e n Surv ive fm three score years and ten. Ele phants who drink b eer by the k e r Will a c entury on four legs,


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