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VOL. 2. NO. 19 Publi,shed Exclusively in :t}le. Interest of the Personnt:!l of Drew Field :July 16, Drew Nurses Have Songfest (Photo Courtesy Robertson & Fresh) apcve are a few of Drew Field's> in a moment of relaxation in their new recreaiion room. . Drew-Mac Dill AACs I Veteran Member ol To Hove Jomt Party July zoth, is the first RainbOW DIYISIOD anmversary of the W AACs. The UE;O clubs of Tampa are jointly 1 11. Oft honoring the women in-nfe tgence Iter at a gala party to be -held m the Municipal Auditorium, Plant ; Park, 7:30_ p.m. Capt. H S Palmer, 405th Bom1 Musrc for dancmg will_ be fur, bardment Group Intelligence Ofi mshed by the MacDill Freld Orficer who enlisted in the counchestra the leadership _of try's' armed fo rces for-the second I Of!rcer Anthony Frednc. time last August, was promoted Thrs partv IS to be purely W AAC recently to his present g rade : 'without the presence of A veteran of World War I, Capt. cept for those who -entertam m Palmer was a member of the fathe floor sh?w. 1 mous Rainbow Division which, There Will !Je asse!llbly by though battered, left an stat_es, group_ smgmg wrth oppor-cable record of courage and detumty to smg songs. termination on the pages > of Each company Will present an A hi t amateur production, introduced' mencan s ory. by its own capable M C and emI Capt. 19 at the bellishe d by its commanding offi-of hrs frrst enlistment. When hrs cer. 1 division was in France he The grand march will be led by on duty as runner. In thrs officers of the Third Air Force capacity h e worked-for Genera l who will b e in Tampa that day Douglas MacArthur. who COfT!for a special conference. Captain manded the 84th Infantry Bn McCauley, of the Third Air Force gade. Headquarters, will be guest i The captain soldiered through speaker. the evening four major campaigns of World teams from each c .ompany will War I-the Champagne-Marne, cCJmpete in a quiz .contest, vieing 'Ai'sne-Marne, Meuse-Argonne and for group Waltz, rhumba San Mihiel engagements. He was and jitterbug contests are on the a seasoned veteran when, in L:t; Edna Herbert, Chief Nurse, viewed a bare .re>om adjacent to the Nurses' Dining Hall and de. cided :that it-would be an ideal .spot in which he: "Ang. el;; of could relax. She obtaineq. a :Piano ftt:m _the Red c;::ros s. Th!=! f1,unf:ture and r?,dio contril;lu:ted .Py Mr. and Mrs. Warren of Tampa. Warren .. is president of thO! Tampa Dog . :-_ _-. .. Recently the Drew Nurses' Day Room had its LnnaL.e>pening . Among.fhose.present were Col. --Jay F 'Gan<:l, Base Surgeon, and his wife. Medi;al officers aTe welccme a:t the' day room. progrqm. France, 'he reached h i s I A _telePhone, call home wrll be birthday: When .21, the Armistice the sought .prize of the eve-. _had been signed, and w _as with ning. .. _-of-Occupatwn m GerBEITZ Cot Hubbard New .HITS DREW OFFICER' S Commanding Officer Of 4051h Bomb Promotions of eleven Drew Candidate School, Air Corps, Field Officers was announced this Miami Beach, Fla., Capt. Dole we<:k by the Public Relations Ofwas commissioned a second lieuLt. Col. Mark E. Hubbard, .0f fice, . t c nant June 24, 1942 :He was WausC!u, Wisconsin, has ass1,1med Major Edwin P. Jones, pro-stationed at Sarasota in August command of the 405th Bombardmated from captain, can boast of 1942 and came to Drew Field in ment Group. . -more accurate knowledge of the Janua r y of this year. The colonel returned recently present theatres of war than most Capt. Dole's former home is at the African Theatre. He was officers now stationed in the con-North Collins, New York. relieved of the command of an-tinental United States. other group in the formative As foreign auditor for a New Capt. Frank G. Favorite, Classi-stage. Upon taking command of York Oil Company, he spent from fication. Officer, Drew Field, the :105th,he launched a. training 1931 to 1933 in Egypt, Palestine, claims no home town. The army p _rogram in fighter tactics in :syria, Turkey, Greece, India, is his home, he asserts. which he is extremely well -+: I many, stationed at Burgbruhl, E' ht WAAC 19 S Arter recervme-hrs commissiOn, Add Stripes he attended an advanced officers' . training school where he learned Erght members of the 756th 1 Intelligence administration. His W AAC Post Headqu_arters first station was Hun'ter Field, pany added smgle stnpe;s to shrrts Savannah, Georgia He came to and 1 Drew Field with. the Bornnew pnvate s fnst-class mclude. 'bardment Group, 111 whrch he was Leta D ea!l, Edna Howat, Flor-serving at that time as Group InHaze_! _IVJ;olg-ard, telligence Officer. Lms Phrlhps, H e l e n Rrmm1, Mary Scull and' Janet Sheldon. 1 (Continued on Page 8) Barracks Are Useful When Forced to Bail Out J a:va, Ceylon, Singapore and Hong Promoted to captain-July 7, versecr, having brought his 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 vnly a -andexport:firms. commissioned June 23,1942. fraction of tlie losses after the hative :of Pennsylvania, C apt. Favorite assigned. to first riwrith. 1 :Major :Jones : att_ended : the. New Drew Field July 4, 1942 In civil His plans .for the .405th is to. :.YQrk lV!i:litary : :Acad effiy at Cornfif e the captairi was a bank teller. eliminate initiill :losses now. -by 1 iw'all-bn-thecHudson. He later at-'. at. Como Park; Marylar:d. . proper. training. He that where Capt: and Mrs. Favonte lLve at: training. comparable .to battLe he'W'as a membel' Gf theR.o.T. C. 212 ti<;>: Boulevard Ave.; .Tampa: I conditions arid rarried out : elected :lo :Phi Beta Kap. --. -in battle formation w11l go a long, : . .. ,._ / . .Capt. Edward: B. Dail_ey, Arrriy 1 toward 1owerilig pilot losses.-1 . entered the regular Emergency Relief Offrcer, was m combat. :?'army in :r,t[ay,' 1942, and was promoted this week from .first CoL Hubbard attended both ;signed .as. Assistant Utilities lieutenant. the University of Wisconsin and o cer. af the Orlandlo .Air B .:f e. H e .Capt. Dailey is a gtaduate of. the of Minnes_ cita. He later as Post Ex-Colgate College. He lC!ter attendwas.a memher of the Mmnesota \:hange .Officer at the Fighter ed the Harvard University of National Guard for two-and'-oneCommand School there. He was _Business Administration. In civil half years before 'going on active ;tr to Drew Field in Oclife, the captain was.employed by duty in 1940. He and Mrs. Hub t 1942 The major is -Base the Socony Petroleum C .ompany, bard and their two children 1\._,../Exchange officer at Drew. Inc., New York. He is a former side at Indian Rocks. .. 'Capt. H.' C. Co':"'ard, Base Range :Officer and.Assistant S-3 ; ha>i had '.ip.'ore than ten years service with the army: He was first commi ssioned February 5, 1932, as a reserve officer. He was called to active dqty at Drew Field June 17 1942, and was promotedJ to fii'st lieutenant December 1 1942 .A -graduate of Clemson College, :south Carolina, Capt. Coward operated a farm at Aikens, South Carolina. Capt. and Mrs. Coward and chi l drEn, Alice, Tommy, and H C. Jr. live at 2910 Villa Rosa Park. resident of Ithaca, N Y. i'----Capt. Rudolph Bostlerrian, Mere Man Tokes merly of the Third Air Force, is Over WAAC Job anothe r Drew Field to A male officer has replaced a have rece1ved promotion th1s, WAAC in a desk job in Washweek. ington-according to the latest Bostleman entere d _the. report from the War D epartment. serv1ce August 14 1942 H e 1s a I First Officer Jane Donlon was gradu_ate of the AA_ F replaced by Capt. Vann Kennedy Trammg Course, M1am1 Beach as head of office of technical in Fle>rida .He cam e to Drew F ie ld, I formation in WAAC headquarOctober 5, 1942 I ters. She was transferred to Salt. A l awyc!in _civil life, Lake City to head W,AAC Public Bostl eman 1s ass1gned as AssrstR e lations in the Nmth S e rv1ce 1 ant Officer, and Command. Capt. Kennedy. was Boards Drvrswn, Drew Fre ld. called from Fort Des Moines, Capt. and Bostleman. and Iowa, W AAC Training Center t o Capt. Dennis J Dole, promoted Hotel. ie : ____ :-on .Tohn R. hve at the Flondan take over his new assignment. 1 from lieutenant .July 8, entered Ch 11 S f b II t,he service July 22, 1941, after Capt. William s. Beckett, archia enge to 0 t 0 ers deferredJ until he completed tectural engineer, Drew Field, The 552nd Sig. A W Bn. softball his college course and attained was promoted from first lieute-team is anxious to play any team I ari AB degree. nant this week. on Drev:r Field. . --'The captain, Assistant Adju-Entering the service August 7 The srgnal team IS leadmg the tant, Base Headquarters, is one 1942 Beckett came to Dre.,_; LLt. George Adams' of the few offiCers .at Drew Field December 1 9 1 942 Originally a rs the to; have servect as enlisted man member of an infantry unit, the I Teams wrshmg to accept the an:d commissioned officer at this captain attended the United Air 552nds. challenge should .phone station. ExtensiOn 584 and ask for Lt. After completing the Officer's (Continued on Page 8) Adams. On a recent training cruise, de'inonstratirig water safety tactics '-Swimming through burning oil, staying afloat with barracks 1--aas. swimming with .rifle held above head, using fatigue clothes, Mae Wests. etc. :,..J The crulSe was supervised by Lt. Chester K. Friedland, 841h Bomb. Group Physica.l Tra.ini:ng Officer. _Top: "Old Faithful" barracks bag used as a life presar7ar. Bottcom: "Mae West," a big help here.


-T : lf'E ':. : E 0-":'---H_ E--'-' '""S--"----,--,c---.:..:....:...; '-' -'--___.:-:::: :....;...:... .. --,sheet. You'll be hearing _three pairs <;>f shoes; and, best of about fcir th!e 'ditty: in a,ll, You get to'Ji'Vce;i:Jh Drew Fidd. : a or Well, it was niCe Why; man, you" ri evf:ibMd-!t while it lasted' te1 : .!' A barrage of' brickbats are -i< -tc usually aimea :at the Head of to Hutchison, dispenser the above ltrie Langford and< Toole who made it safest bet-is; td tell it to the soldie1 : from T /5 t Tec, hq.ic}an Fourth, by telephone. 3:nd to .Jacobs .Ra_p' pap()rt whq .. : .. on .... Tuesday. Rememb'el\ gals; "Y0\1 : . -. . . . c(ln only _make colonel in this .The 405th Bombardment Gi .oup 1 .Women's :Army;. but i t s !)as -theloss:. of its-Gom thing mimdei, : r:;ccat l\fa'i v-I'n i:L'!II:L:..L.II::.I .. ._.UI.I.:.::::L.:.J ; ; ;'' .. 'j( ,: . .Ytru-f!tdV IT irtme h .. ..... t t d t-'.. . . . e .re_g-r" e .. o SIG. : HQ . .. & .. aQ : qo. ; c. ; 11hand, he is ._ent_ h M()st' of us u se Army . By S"tS'G'r. MIKE' DODD new assignnienh W'ith -.ith'out. knowing just how they LL Lye Robe .. ha; s jusf. gott'en -1 bomb unit.:., : : :.:.,;,,., . ... ... c. -were The favorite tei; m the last bit of gold worn off his. This is. only,;: to be .. expected .i.1t sMtfi'ei' or W RAC bars: and' !'low they)' e silver. First 1 n'e' ... .is "chow. Itis said to be an _Lt. .1s .our outfit's Te}ephone, of . . ..MJ:ericanized corruptiOh of tile and Otficer._ He is justly rap. : .. ... Chinese w0n.'\, J cl1ai a'n'd was _proud of hls tO!)-fhght s ection, I lstefl'iporary m in.koduced into the Army with and WE7 are JUstly proud of his an<;l _i:}_e_ ... &e anival of the' Chinese in prcmotwn. Keep 'em. in the the .4Mth before too many / --. g f,rnti li,l t 1n 1849: groove, Lt. Robe . mohthS: .. . . . i< 'tc Alfred Renzi; of T and T. sec-enl' ire' gl ioup< 1 1 :Because of the atlendance of a tlon, bounced into ,111e supply deColon'elWelr ai:i(F a_:._ cQuple of riewsfol"ks at a cedair'l pat'tment this morning, _beamiJig to t!ie'uhlf he na-'s; s o .eaterie in town, the cnide l j hu-. like a rec!'i.tit with his first ft.irare threatening to turn laugh papers. The reason for his m: their copy a t th e aforeh'tenelation, h e explained' was that spot instead, of at the the_ Miss-us is coming .to Tampa .Echoes office Positively libelous nex t week. . i< -li -li P fc F'e n'ton C. Harb.our, of :Wonde r if it's favoritisn1 or ply departinent, and 'Draftsman it ceaJly..possible to pick out the Cpl. Valentino Innocenti make a Khaki Kid: s from D1'ew by the weekly tiek to St. Petersburg to d.i.griity wi'th which they carry bask. in that city's famed. sun !h'efuselves ori the streets of shine. They've acquired a nifty T3:mpa ... even the soldiers in-tan and what with the view they ..sist it's true. get of the b each lovelie s from i< i< i<' their vantage point, they seem This bit (swipe d from a1'1other much the better for their regu.cUnp mag) is woi'th reading and lar re-ndezvous a t St. Pete. ithinking over; especially by those This colun'ln derive d its name liitlited few who conternplate tak-from a G . L E ayirrg, which we. iQg. a'r .un-out. pbw. d er' in S 'eptem--strori.gly suspect had_ its origin in rt is called "WHY"' and was this compnay. It' s often heard iri pefuled by Davi'd E : Lilienthal'. ;t sentence : that: g oe s son1 ething 1 'Why in hell shouldn't w'ework "Whatcha P"ripin' about, ilal'd? This is your coi)ntry and buddy? X oil get all the swank .IiDiD.e .tha, t is fightiri. g ;:'Why .clothes YoLi:<;an weai:, you get. we do our best'? We thre e squani8 a day, you've got : ncit 'spectatobi iri a war between .Qtii.& counlf.ies is ou' r ne'cks : out. it'is our libert y that at stake. It is our world that is .iD. f!ames.' I am suie you are all' of us aie, ttiat we can into this" a.7:" I(t)W; about it, gals? -1(' i<' :Rase Hq. is gettirig a big kick of the aftermath of a squib nm b .st week Every gal in the )ilitce has a different idea of who it is that the staff photog is mak m.g eyes at. Could she be ori fur Everyone around the Echoesof-. fiee is suggestively sing-ing "Some d 'ays you're going to mis: me; fi"Oney," while gazil1g ly at the scribes assigned to said M orr ANYTHING of': Ti(M'PA LO'ANi GO. "TAMPA'S oi:.:O'EST AND MOST LIBERAL"' 9118' fiiN E AND DANCE $ :HAN G R I t 4 -rctmpa1s Nite Retreat lilt Grand Cez'ftral Avenue \Yi:Ifli J t ; E ; Ji':o : s : : : IiiQt)-ois; \Vi'N'Es; IfEEk' NND . and' Marion' st s : -t'502 The ri. rst Story of Unde Sam's 5-ubmtrri-ri: e Heroes! "T":\ c:::tl, .. ,..i;...o 'fo TY R : b N E _-POW farewell. role f01' the < dt.i't'iitiori DIVE' Ann Baxter .-5(: f i11i J:. 8) : DavisriSIVIfdi; .. LEAVING' GRANT1S c FRANKLIN' AND 7':t5 --7::4-5:-... t'-1:5' . anhattan c afe 2Hf E. S:t; ..,... Tampli' GOQd food . Reasonable Prides 'i'iy \ .Our sun-aa-yRoast' T .lirJiey i:>inau Servea : From If A:;Mi :to . s;pRV1Cf::;J{f ALE:. .. . OPEN PAY AND NlGHT WE USE STRICTLY WESTERN MEATS !Groceries' TobJI,cco Cll!idy. N o:tionl . . : Adams Kennedy Whiting arid Jefferson: Stree:tis T A:MPA; FLORIDA :to Seriibe' GLEN'S BILLIARDS iii Its' 805 TAMPA ST. 'lf.You Haven't Already DO IT NOW :: i M E E T Y 0 U R F R I E N D S A T T H E Corner For:turie and Franklin:. Dahcihg Every Night in the Blue tO 'iSouth's Best Negro Rhythm'i BEER WINES LIQUORS Sunday Mt1tinee Dancing Phone 7988-THE E R -s : o X Ste{)ks --Chkken Seafood -Spareribs ... -: __ -=.... ..... ..... r TONY MASON'S ORCHESTRA I Chicken and Steaks Real Italian Spaghetti SA'NDWlCHES DRINKS LIQUORS Abba Dabba' and Band Ser-ved 6 P.M. Io 2 A.M. "Jonnie wants to see you" 1301 Grand Cimt'ral Ave. CPE!>' DAY AND NIGHT CURB SERVICE FINEST IN FOODS & LIQUORS SERVICE MEN ALWAYS WELCOME . UB-ERTY BAR Tony Italiano; WINESBEER SOFT DRINK 717 -Grand .Cen1ral' Ph: H'3f09 Featuring JEANNE Rf--CH'ARD 9c ---'--30c Sunday and Monday 'Happy Go lucky# In Technico lo r : ivrary Martin, Dick Powell 7:30'io 12 Every Nighi C L 0 S E D S u N D A Y S 707 S. HOWA'RD AVENUE PHONE H 3757 ELITE CIGAR STORES 'The Sport Hi>adquarlera of Tampa' WINE BEER CIGARS l/111 Zuk l,f"lnll(> \1 207 Twiggs Phone 1\1-1236 All Service Men Are Welcome Barcelona Cafe SPANISH RESTAURANT WINES AND LIQUORS Phone s 2}42 Open Au Nl!Jh! 4714 Nebraaka and OaborDe Tampa and. Zack Phone 3003-Sc, 25c I i EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING Saturday and Sunday 'Meanest Man in the World' J ack Benhy, Pl'iscilla Lane --Fea.ture No. 2 -,Fbotsteps in th e Dark' E m i l F l}nri Ralph B ellamy QUICK SERVICE FOR SERVICE MEN KENNET H 1 Jolllr.(' SECOND FLOOR L IU:J 211 Yz CASS STREET ,;,.,#-) A CLEAN; COMFORT ABLE BED AND BATH -_ s.. , .. BATH ; 304 TAMPA STREET. CORNER LAFAYETTE S TREEf ..


16, T H E ECHOE. S . -... : F R : Q M T H E S P E C I A L S E R.Y. I C S 0 F F I C E : t. ... : : . .. I : O flll :ill :In Advonce conven .ience and efficiency of the uni t Addi ti onft l space i s ;3.vailable for f iles and records. The .same extension numbers h a v e been .retaine d for the tel e 'j::....,.._'FI ,o'L' \"'',J .. ..., I , ,.,, :A. 'dooo ]>t 'AG't .1'9. :gA: t ; j l .C. D . Kavakos, .Prop. Dinners, l_(. ,Plate LJ.mches, Beer, Wines & :i: Cold Drinks, Pjes and Pastries . ..,..F_I_a......:. -'The Tavern Bar & Grill HOT AND COLD LUNCHES Spaghetti a Specialty 311 Franklin St. Phone 3940 LIQUORS-BEER-WINES Soldiers Always Welcome 'EL BOULEY ARD RESTAURANT .;' FINEST, SI'ANISH F _OODS-BES'I . 2001 .. _. 1>- phone s. . u i i n.-e J< : S ;K:I N : ()fHqers' : ideal fo r :war m $ 4 ftO :khaki ____ :________ ; %0 . l . ,, -::-.OFFICERS' -SHORT SL;EEVE Po.PLr:N :sH:mTs $J .9 ____ 8 .? ___ _ ___ SPECIAL! . $11 and $.1 ,25 .and : cSUSTINI_ O .ALASG!lESTS ----------Sustinio -. '-' . .... .. ' Ave. OF!EN MONDAY. -TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY. 'J:HURSDA y :EVENINGS WAACS and Army Men--. VISIT V A L D E Z Y 0 U R H A IR S T Y L IS T OF Sih A VENUE. NEW YORK Grand Prize Winner for Hair Styling in Florida 1807 TAMPA STREET -:PHONE M 1215 ALSO FOR .YOUR CONVENIENCE AT I I MACDil-L FIELD, Station 447,-,Po. st I . .. Page Th:iM ,Welcome M _en < S W 1LM , ... .,. :.. . ,., + ;s;:..omf:!,,qn :Down! .. . '(. I r.v.ic" e : Men Delicious Food .:._ .Priced. Open Day and -Night. .J ( Hfl tf) C A.ff '.'Not a .Jook Joint-But a place judlilce the .one: l;>a.;.k J'Ci!U. can bring y.our or .. o r a drink. a chat and f'lne 50 I S TE\EE T WAR B ONPS! JACKSON AT' TAMPA ST. ) 2 :P.jf. ,.Featuring 3 Floor Sho:ws Nitely -::8 10 : .. DANNY &: DON: S J-: : w1<1< -: L B -ox l .. : . ...... ; : ; _, .cLue . N .. I T E . AN. D NEW MA -RINE .PATIO 911 TAMPA STREET Dance to the Sweet Music of MANNY. GATES' ORCHESTRA Service Men Officers Families FOR REALLY GOOD FOOD AT MODERATE PRICES PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE-FOLLO W THE CROWD T O lH ( 01. 0 N N AD E BA YSHORE AND JULIA Steak, : Sea Food, Chi_ cken Dinners Delicious. Sandwiches MODERATE PRlCE a Closed .Every ;Mealess Tuesday Until Further Notice : .


-hg&d our THEE c H 0 E S -July 16. 1943 --' -"""-'-"""'-----,, ,: _ .. there's a house of sin: being er:ect-Photo.-Lalf lWirts;, :: ; : e d on the .camp of DeSoto . Now -pver --P. _0. Box 522 GLENF. R. ROSS, P'u.blisher TAMPAARMY NEWSPAPERS :n ,usiness .Office: 1113 FLORIDA AVENUE TAMPA. FLORIDA there were some fine films on hand. Phone 2177 we have a promo tions in our midst, theyare as follow": Those who received the rank of Sgt. Cpl. Harry E. Thayer,. All alvertisements contained in this newspaper are also contained James B. Witsell, Fred L. Barber, ln the l"ly Leaf. published in the interest of the personnel of Mac:Dill Hilton Pri1,1tt. -------'!:ie2_d. Minimum joint circulation, 10,000 copies. Flash! I've heard of a "Ghost ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON REQUEST Town," but never a Ghost Camp I ... Double loving T -Sgt. Lester A newsP.apet publishec:I. f-oi: the of Drew By S/Sgt. John F Suszynski A(lams has his hand-s full trying Field and devoted to military mterests and the Umted Natloni' Th B d' t .b t t W t to-straighten out a young-lady Victory. e. an s n u e 0 arran who has a far"away look in her Opinions -expressed in this newspaper are those of the individual Offlc:er G. Baker, m -honor eyes . Salutations to F.-Sgt . writers. and under no circumstances _are they to be considered those of. hls birthday,. was a sur-James C. Gray"for a--speedy recof_the States Army. Advertisements in this publication do _speecbel?,_. ovry ... "Puddin" S .Sgt. Denc DOt constitute an eQdorsernent by the War Department or its per-mus:c a n';l nt\lal were. hastily. rec .nis b . Gleen' is onthe' ball with IIOnnel of the products aavertised hearsedl m the Band Barracks, the lovely Miss Benjamin ... . -and then s taged, at RB No. 1 dur-The are thirsty for a A WAAC Says Her Piece About The 'WACS' ing the course of the 'Band's reg jam session, they are eager to cut ular Thursday ndght concert and some rug. Will you fellas please broadcast. Boy! Was Mr. Baker's notify the area when the next . face red? The "Right Answer or Else'. From newspl!-pers come stories of the_ WAAC becoming The unexpected visit .to Drew d,ance be. I do th_ank -you. program presented! Monday feaWAC; Wert;11:1 the public-eye now and whatever we choose to do Field of Wee Bonnie Baker, radio A certam l'l!ark fell_m the USO tured a team selected. from Base abcut the ()PPc;>rfunity .toget:out is-going to mark the elntire corps. and screen star, .formerly with }het fught playml Some of us w1ll. have been 111 the --service. more than a year when Orrin Tucker's band addled anec ro 0 a square e e the M1htaty Pollee. The ScJenchange overeffective. We have given of our service. other niche to Pfc. _WaJdo" Bett-_ware, and set two of i tists seemed to have a bit n It .ls true, but the service has given us .. much more. There will be: man's achievements here-h s the _gay crowd Wlth drmks. flash tha:n .the Keepers. of' J). even greater-rewards for our having done our duty with the coming pro tern leader of.' 'the -Nat'l:lrally tryu)g_ to form i Law and. Order arid: v{Sn: :l. A change. SLEEP SEVEN f B an lmpresswn m : the mmd of a score of eighty -three : I T r. .or onme s m'l:l lovelv queen whom he danced --.... . n li_ e, ,re waited u nti1_ w_e, w __ ere: for du_fy of any SlCal ac_companlment. Bonnle t'-' . d "' 'th D . 'th I t n]ne. The. top nw.kmg riferliber of k d be .. t ur-ee--roun s wl urmg e as h d f -el w:e wen&o: see or called m a dcr-tor . We got -our phywould still _q singing .if th.e so-k h lf : f th th. a d h . h 1 e ac, team a t esical : 1t was also .pleasure We golfed or diers who packed-' the auditoi:ia ..-. o .... lr . ... er_ phone call .to :be made at h1s own .tennis: beca":lse 1t was a pleasurable_ Many of, us. tied 11o urn had their way abo.ut:it. Is thls,Buck! to a .nyplace in the . desks, soft. f-labby. We never walked when we could The:r:e's new musical group The I United Sgt._ Doyle of the .use a car or"catch a.-cab. within the. 69-ers ........:.. a uc ._, v sat Y .. 1 you and Ejgt. :Hudson theservice; we ha-.e -had .access :to the best medical aici irl flute, strmg _and-woodwind; J:OU of the M1htary Pbhce wer;e the. the country., Weneed not-wait uJntil we're half dead before seein'o. bination for playing the "finr -You _dldn t ask me. fortunate wiriiiers . a ; doctor. Not. only -are free to report tO for .the slightesf stuff." Pfc> Del Purga batohed. Theday I saw the lady. .ie:;.. _.:...__;___:_ to. .The drilL abcw.twhich most -of. (with a "song:_ .-and:a at '":'eann-g a .piece _on her c -h----h C 1 J ha..-e at one tune or-another. has made .flabby _muscles. taull the g.roup's ... frrst. U r C 0 I l!lain,-cho:w-. ):las .improveQ canbe +:, sated -appetites. and Improved .digestion. Athletic programs have ed, the "Saloon .. U.,ni _t"_ SE_ A_._ B REE_ zes -;-.an4physical baJ_ance that wlis may develop _into a -"Salon En:. .6 1 5 A M .. M : c h---..:,-2 d 1 la k" --h--1 d 1 be b I I d f th 'll B c 1 :Al M-Am-t -_ : .,.--assm-i.-ap= a n--, en ue r -c mg w en. < We J P aye .. games -mere y -cause 1t -was tqe sem e. . w9n er: 1 -ey . Y -.. p vm ; _ s er 4 ; __ : thing to do. becau5e it was .fashionable. . . . be intere-sted)n:tl:'ie'bEEP SLEEP -Once: again the SEA BREEZES 's:oo AM;_:_Mass : civilians;, wr :to eonsider only. ; office moved: ; Now_ it's:. in-Hie. : 9 :oo iri t-MPe1: ; 2, ev;t man. or : unse devil Jake the r o Ji . ?Jlla nez. ? ly .. .. Upper B-1. (Personal'item) BR, No. ; 2 and. 'rne:atr. , ; ... po lClfit:h. erttwe gwrlpe ... now. l . f ttle.Jhi;ngs, w;e .complained ip. .. e h csh. ___ ay_e-. ak. _qn 'Many th&nks to Jim Robin_ Paul 6:30 .Chapel 2. ., a se s --manner;-_ e squaw ed .lo-ng and loud if the --landlord was furloug s t IS wee o by Kutt: ' ---int;:onsiderate encugh -to ,the : _apartmenf nexf d.oot )o someone ner, fromHospitar to d ut:Y to and .. LoLu .. ;for JEWISH With children {nasty.crying .Jhings . ; if we had .none of our own). lough "Waldo"' Bettman -furhelpmg Jack .. Page .and thls .wnter . We complained to--someone :who wasn'f.quife the social Iough' to-wedding DUTY; :to the m?w spots. 8 :3 0 PM-Friday. in-Chapel: 3 .' caliber wer-ated ourselVes. . . ib "Lightnin' !' Boldt, on his' wayto WI-lham Ne-lson takes_ the cake . 8:30-:A:rvt----=.s;:tturday irr' .ChapelWe threa-tened: to-discontinue .our patJ:onage -of the local grocer Mobridge, S : -D., A'T LAST! H.arr.y :Enroute to Drew; :(rom _ 3 ; or butcher if weren't .given the best for the least .money . .We Williams, our. very btisy bass: lou_gh1 B1ll._ g_ot off .. tram_ m 7 ;15 PM: .. :.;..w edrtesday --.had no 'thought or consideratiolit fOl"anyone but ourselves and ou1t -tnan, sight-seeing -in Savannah, to some' fr_es:h 3 . . .1 _,., _,. _cwn selfish-interests; Ga., and' dreaming of-Drew Field. air, He propped h1m_self 9:30 AlVI'-St,mday .'at. Chape-l 5 ; : : In ,the --we have. learned one -of life's,greatesf and <:;!pl. Dee Clements; just back a post and almost Chaplain Frederick Loa:man. lessens. We ha-velearnet;l to -our desires -with from his furlough; if! Oldi asleep; the: tram 10:30 services .in'of the We ii,ave learned-to live .'!Iii-ith other. $d like it. _man ..:.-':--he ch:oo Checause,we let-the cohipany or battalion Hector S _ped&r (f.ORM.ERLY. of. 1 CHRISTIAN -sciENCE. > we have .. th1f meaning_ of. tJie . . the Band)_ aren,t tt;ro : Impressed ._ 1 : : Where manyhav.e :made a finailcial sacrifice iii joining tile \\,Tith Sgt. :Sud Estgs' seamanship. Back from carpe John The Christian have -others are making more than they ever did in Bud invited thein'fdt a bit of sailHprrigari who was married to the moved their services from Chapel' Jan hfe. The p _ay dealt out .the .last day of -each month may ndit ing on. his then' a "'a1-_from back .home/' and Kir-. No. 3, to Chapel :No. 1. l:o!c it d _id when the walked" sand _bar inter:vene_d. .. winIYiardock who "only" became will be held 9:15 AM. ; .; c1v1l life, but when the fact 1s cons1eiered that -we pay no board qr. ttib ot1ght joi be for engagedto his home town sweet. room.-:we pay nothing out_,for clothing._ for medical and dental car. again in about two . -congratulations. for hospitalization when necessary, the money. in the. government :r EI!ie .is seriously belated congratulali()ns to pay envelope looms mighty large. Many WAACs have had ailments thmkmg about res1gmng from the our new Major, Erik w Jordahn, remedied since coming into the service that, while not iucapacitatArmy ; and_ all of thE;! the_ Ordnance Officer. Congratu-ing them for making a livelihood, lessened their efficiency and IMPROVED t b t general healfh. A su-rvey of_ the dental work done for the WAAC' new, . -axl-us ranslations also due Jim-White, of portahon syste!U to Tampa. A -2, who became a poppa la:st during her first basic 'training days would run into surprising: The Band fl?ally won a ball month. His offspring and the Mrs. amounts of money if done cy a civilian dentist an the ga_me-by forfeit. Base __ Ordnan{!e are .back hoine in California. ----Chapiain Fiex.miu1 is interested. in obtaining .a choralgroup to s-ing at services. Rehearsals are held after services Wednesday and Friday evenings . If you're interested, c

July 16, 1943 What's :Air The Commotion About! It's Moving Day Anderson & White Florists Phone 8138 Plant City, Fla. HILLSBORO GRILL Plant-City, .fta. :" ... Expert Billiard Repairing . .... Blake's Drug Store PlanfCity, Fla. PLANT PHA:RMACY 115 E. Haines St. Ph. 8195 City, Jla. THE ECHOES Gcod Food at Reascnable Prices Open Day and Night 117 E. Reynolds Street ': :-Jewelry Repairing WRIGHT ARCADE Plant 'City; Fla. Alvin H. Hinson FERTILIZERS Mfr. of No. 1705 Fertiiizer 510 .Soulh Collins Street P1ant City, Fla. A. & N.-FURNITURE CO. ACKERMAN &: NEUNER 301 S. Collins Street ---pLANT CITY; FLORlOA ; . .Page Fi:Ye Plant City . firms of Plant City extend the1r b est wishes to the personnel of Mac. Dill and Drew Fields arid also to service men everywhere. Plant (ily Growers' Association Phone 399 PLANT CITY, FlA. ROGERS S .JOR E Rogers & Middlebrook '-PLANT. FLORJDA D . H E R R rN G D R U C.O fN (. plANT FLORIDA D "\..a. .... .,...,')-.... ... ROACH'S 'GROCERY 41 E. Reynolds PLANT CITY, FLORIDA .. }<4" ., ... :._Em .-:: . l . . ( : : D -f 1 E _. . ( . F E PlANT CITY'S FIN EST 0 PLANT CITY, FLORIDA CENTRAL PHARMACY "Where Paul White Stays" PLANT CITY, FLORIDA McGinnes Lumber & Supply Co. CITY, FLORIDA Saar's. Auto Top and Trim Shop PLANT CITY, FL>RIDA


Page Six{! . / Service Men Al:Wayfi,. Welcome I' .. ,.,. ' La Gloria Fine Spanish Food :and Sandwi.ches I' 3203 -Ar -111eqi,a -A.v;en.ue Phone H 3J-521 811 Tampa St. 1Phone.1M 109.4 9 . 1,:. Soid;ers Favorite Eating Place $TEAKS AND CHOPS A SPECIALTY .. E E RESTAURANT ,'l;';;p:rtpa <1-nd .... C'ENTRAl RESTAURANT DINNERS lleats. Poultry and .A,I).d all J;riuds of fh; b strif t h frf",:o.h .. WINE, BEER. SANOWlCDES 'MARKET Only, Kosher Market In Tampa 'h Block.rEas t :ot.Nebr,aska Ave . qn BiHsbm;ough .BC\Y Try the in FQod FINEST LIQUORS DANCING EVE.;RY NITE 22nd Street Closed Every Monday, Both. D.ay and. Night. Due to Labor shortage :JTz l . J ;BEER WINES : t . )3A,ltl!:Y, f>rop. i V.F.W ; & ._ .,E _hone H lll62 Commercial :.Printers Complete Printing Service Phone 2126 11J3 Florida Avenue '. : . .., . A I R ; 8 l : S;E ; t : lr:N E ;s, l ; n ; c. Corner Tampa .. &: Call Streets F.LORIS?T' .. ;.Ogen./ 9 to 5 ;.30 C:los .ed ;Sunda,ya <'IiA,:MP;A &TREE;r H ; E S 0' BAKING liquor .WINES LIQUORS CIGARS FREE DELIVERY.SERVIGE 'I. sol E. 'COLUMBUS :DRIVE PHON Y-1281 -.KEEP . I LO_ AN;5 -MONEY TO .LEN:P Diamonds Watches -J .ewel:ry Silverware Diamonds. at a Big Saving A. 1. ECKARIT" 409 Tampa Street Hospital Bouquets ORDER EARLY Wired Anywhere in !he U. S. A. PRIVATE DININ,G . .. .. .. .-...................... -.,


. <6ontiilUed frorh Page) everything okay, he isn't on a I Can fh. e 'the ri'e:ii-Gt! detaiL J choppers lie got? .. Careful, . Sgt: home, in just' a w:eek o:t pays .to be, on th.e 1 si! ad own oil they t\v:o; to' stand beside' his little an mspect!On; doesn'ht, Pvt. Gn-m1ght b1te. . MarY, .. and both. wmsay, "I .do!" santi: Jii'cid. .ently? how's ;L<. .P:. . I J?a&e has founc r Lt: Kelso I eft us ali; to S/Sgt. Faulkenberry. 1s a busy a new hole on Drew . th,:e A R. aJ1d we feel that. rmin : these days. Back arid forth, w_hile ,:Putting up a: .. th, e sq!-lad10n s lost .a ver_Y grand to Tampa he goe;:; every day to murucat19n. . . . old fnend. We wish h1m luck keep. Mrs, Faulkembei'ry. busy.J CRASH! OUCH!-What < !:I. e :we: ; -oil a. afld;'you ; .Qh!. ... ... eye. W : mll I:um less_ apd .w e pray.tli. at can ; bet; ; h .er hul:lhY_. IS h appy' : j D o ,-. I1alii C. T .wi_r,t_ m : g. tt. ylng to the thmgs he meets are only hap-. . -+< .:. : : out,whether h1s head was harder CQrp?ra)s, :whe, n se(!h c fTOJ!l:, Itis .rdE!,of' 625,,:-tf!e J (?iii,'' : cortgratUlati.ons: to: Sgt. ca,rn.e through:;. . Elias;. v:, erJ; and. always oh his mlti'nage; Best ,pf Jta:Uam, lV!c.Do!ll!e-1, _ ball ... ; . : pti'ck tO! jQu an9, y9nr R& 'l,'Yler and Clegg; Estes ; The. $quafu:o-v _-l_Ias welji,ber, Sgt: the .first year i$ .the. arid' Rosiaer haVe won down fot '>week\ Worll: ; .. BUt we are wondering : tn?t -gbldeil egg,... Thdmas a .nd after therr, daY o! play Cariario'was when he; : 'Y-em_er, ma,-ke up our l1st i wa:s: : sJ:Ipposetl tp b e backing, up' to' vJiSh them. all loads of luck! . of ,the: Sgt : 'Grip' ; Mayl)e' ne. Ht 'still.try> we.sannot res1st. . to,wn. to .. that girl at Sears; 'hottest' news of As :1!-et the 'news What aboufit, Cpl? all, ':"hich w.e shall now repeat, leak1_ng out iJ,bouL what so and 1 Congratulations to 1st Sgt. Bul of love of all our men, so d1d on the day o.ff, .. as a .lard; who riot only is top man in ; when they go to PeFe .. the !Joys .are not the company, but al::;O': top rhan : _' humor: . of .our .weekly t;ews ;1s to talk this-early. on--Monday 1 ori the. Rifle Range; ffice: shooting, really : only this,. we n?e t _he mormng: . . . Sgt. . .< .WAAC . hack' to. and fro :wlthl -V:te regret havmg to The boys shifted to-take up a many a .sweet miss . The.Signal1SOme of our: men, .among collection in'order'tobuyFer'na' . jealous ?f, the company II thrm;, Hmlgms, Lt. _]3rower,. iny; a new ; -:e keep, we JUSt throw 0 Reagen and Sgt. SchelL We 1 while he was trYmg to h1t high lthebus Ill one grand' howlmg Wlll feel the loSS very and i if seems that he blew a hole ; ap. . . .. . J a_re s,ure wherever des-through his old one. To ert d our go;;s1p for today, we. tmatlorr may .be some outf1t will -+< . just want to repeat, that even be getting some good men. 724 th s A W c .. through mosquitoes bite, our life The 625th perSonnel is''in the IQ. 0. js swet. . pink, the conditioning exercises By W. E. Potter : -+< under the instructiiJ. g of. The men of the "724th are very 624th Bomb Sq M/Sgt. Fricks Hiis i-e'i:tlly put the contented in their new home. It men in tip-top ;shape. First Sgt. was a decided pleasure to be evalh' f!l&" armyi M' i an I n e"s'f Thal. is why millions of men in service a,r Self:;qdiumi1g} : and stays put. Quite a number of the boys Hollis found he had .many cuated' from their old position .. .,_,_,_ __ ....._,. r .:: from the squadron invaded St.' cles that had not been getting a which was practically under _Pete on day .of f ,last wek work ou. t, in fact, he is sore alljwater. yve are going to celebrate .f .. _'D_ :'.: . ''' ... .Iil. ,.:_ .. ---.J' .. , . A \\_...c . ... .'C ,_. / .. . and 'really enJoyed l1fe. Of course, over. our takmg over of the well kept R ,& there w:ere a fe w exceptions. Take 1 We now pay tribute to our area: and Day: Room that was f the case of T/Sgt. QJ,'ennaf1 ,for The general talk formerly occupied by the 680th; J : a j G t .. I with nothing . He was C!eprive,d getling.' Men aroi.ind here that tell!! :company will of course be on J 'jt l u l K' .''. : } of ari enjoyaple evening, A ) esso'? you, they. rp.iss fOod :cooked like hand. It will . also be J 1' well lea:rne d ; .eh :, .they use. d t : #U!f ;far i!l you ju_stify a,s_ experts, J "[ . [ ,,. l(/1( > ;,:: . _::. fanc1e1 ', . ,bC.()!J1e,.. a hear tl::jat kmdpf m take care of tJ:iegarden that-we: f ]! .. He a .. the . 40;ith. One goodthing:. Is .that,-havefallen he1.rto. f ; . '. .. F . of eVj'!nu:-g m Pete diSCUSS-have very capable Sunday day .. . . ' ' ; { . . . ; ing.this with a lady. m .Glasuskas, G1bson .outfit that have not 18: WIRif.O A't'/"'JVV!lfBRE .. JilltONi:S, 1 Dodge, generally quiet and. dis-and Hme!Jaugh. . a.s yet qualif1ed the range, we .. ,. , .... . -; .. :3022 I : tinzyished really, let. g? ':"lth a That's It folks from the iired the range, and ... r a : Squadron Octet, led by .Cpl. TurExh:indeo. to Men anct Women . .. HORN E1S PHARMACY ley ,who has a right sweet: tenor, servic:e: 0 N E _DAy 5 E R vIcE can be heard any n1te m the THE NEW' D&u L.: D Corn:p1ete D_rvg Store D Serv1ce . .L): Phones H 1925H 3141 SODAS-SUNDRIES rnom. And very nice, FL oR-I o A'. H o ,.,...E. L EXPER'r REPAIRING' F' . .. CpL Ed Godlewski, the qun. 1-' .. rhorta. l Corporal," giving it lots Watches Dif nwnds ]i>wel-ry Novelties-'Lakelani:l's_ Largest and Finest of front and center-but taking Our Motto: "Seritice Men First" Satlrll.dkei.dding in his usual steady FLORIDA 214 E. LAFAYETTE; NEXT TO CAFE' 2709 MacDill Ave . Tampa. Fla.. John E. Ballenger Whisper;:; in the nite: Picked up and Associates, Owners OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL M; ' l afayette Hot e I -... t E. A CLAY. Manager r 120 Wad Lafaya!!a Strae! East Side of Bride Phone M5588 Tampai Fla. MtAskill Music Stores Radios and. Sound and Inter-Communicating . Sysieins Authorized and ScoU Radio Service 1116 Grand Central Phone H-3787 ALWAYS SAY .HOLSUM BREAD EXTRA FRESH . -. ... ... SEMINOLE SOUVENIR & JEWELRY CO. s 0 U V E N I R S C : U R ros : .. T S ; Wlj.A,PPEI), FOR MAILING ::: ... 107 E. Street I in one cif our leading local ginMgr ... mills is thg one of otir fau-haJred--boy51 wearing a path to the W AAC area. And the W AAC is a top' I kick, to boot. Heigh ho and lack-S E R V I C E M E N --a-day! Squadron Profiles: 1st Sgt. James P Volpicelli. Mix up a quick, pepperpot temperament, a ready smile, add lots of painstak ing plus an authentic intr nist in a 11 his lads, and you total up "Jim." I Yonkers, New York, is the home town and, of course, a gal IS waiting. Very much on the i kee n side, 'Jim makes a good man 1 to sit down with over a bottle' of beer. Held administrative post with large milk corporation and IS looking forward to the "time when." Went d'Own town and houeht a)1. archery set (price 32 j bucks) for the squadron. And his: ovm. money. Which is the 1 on hJs kmd of guy. No log-rollmg 1 ntendc d when we say that he is the First Sgt. With whom we'd i I ike to go overseas. XVth Fighter Command By Pvt. Johri F. O'Brien F1a sh-Tt sef'ms that. Sgt. L e r bach, better known as Father Lerbach; can't stop. smiling at Your Is Located At 801 FLORIDA AVE. Sears, Roebuck & Company Tampa; Florida Manufacturing! and Dispensing Opticians 205 ZA'CK STREET PHONE M 5783 COURTESY D ISCOUNT 20 PERCENT Prescriptions' Filled-'-Lenses Duplicated Florida Avenue at I Twiggs St. W. BAKER. Manager GASPA'RILLA TAVERN cbt.dNIAl. GRILL ServiCe Men Welcome BAY VIEW HOTEL FIREPROOF ROOM' WITH BA'11! COFFEE SHOP IN CONNECTION W. B. SHULER, Manager 208 JACKSON ST., Between FRANK;LIN 81: TAMPA TAMPA. FLORIDA -PHONE M 5537'


Page EightPromotion Blitz Hits Drew Officers. T .HE. E C H O E S . . _ __;_:;_.:.....;.""'""'" . . .... . Recreation Hall No. 1 Redecorated lie address sys.tem has b -een in-open from. 8 AM to 5 PM daily. I to the Fifth American Army in stalle d and each evening, before The Radio Division of SpeciaJ North Africa during the the stage show, a con-cert of popService is pleased with .the news six months the ros-s of shiprnents ular recordingsis sent o1-1t on the that their programs compare fa-has peew "absolutely negligible," loud speaker; vorably with commercial prothe command-ing general of this The Special ServiCes Office Staff have set about making the The BRI is becoming increas-grams. The Drew Field Star Pabase section said this week, RBI an attractive place for the ingly popular and when the rade feature, renamed "Wings and (Washington Post) (Continued from Page 1) men of the field. The interior of genial "host," Sgt. o. z WhiteFlashes, went on the air Saturthe bul. ldlng is undergoing a head, steps from between the day with a dramatic sketch writ-G d -Craft School Hartford, Conn., be--ten and directed' by Lt George u a r a n e change. GI col-ors do not add to cmtams to open the show, "a .. . fore being assigned to the Engi-W KIL oe Wh l a t f the p e the relief 0f the mind during the cheer goe s up. For the men know .1"' I e P r s o r -neering Division atBDrkewtt. oft'-dLtty hours of the men. It's they will sPe and hear a wellj sentatwn marred by me-w h R Capt. and: Mrs. ec e mamf f t planned stage show. "0. Z. is on chamcal conditions be_yond the a c epa1r1ng tain a home at 390 Inma n street, diffic ultb, toho,t ord per _no the Job looking for this talent control of the entertamers, the . _ Atla ta Geo1.g 1a g1ve a ng an any s \\ 1 b 1 f th n h tta both on the Field, and in Tampa. a ance o e program was Over 40 Years i-q a eavy se m"'. 1 celle-nt. Cpl. Donald Boyd and Ius Fit-st Lieufenant L R. Rohr, The building has take n on color; Special Services-Office urges M edical Detachment Glee Club Assistant S-1 Officer, Base Head-the stage and its frame have been a nyone v.;ith talent of kind presented several choral numbers quarters, Dre\v Field, was pro-pamted a gay color, the entrance to come forward and d? his part 'Steal Away," an adaptation of Service Men's Watches Repall'ed in Less Than OneWeek meted on July 1. has been don e over and the for _the morale of the Field. Th_Is "Taps," and -"Winter Song." Entering the service May 29, "Coming Events Board" has been Office I S always mterested m Tampa Loan Co. 1942, as an enlisted _man at Fott made attractive to the eye. talking to these. mE!n and arrang 908 FRANKLIN STREET Hayes, Ohio, he Officer's Back stage, lightinig is varied ing an audition. The Base Special 1 Hitler's marauding submarines J! "TAMPA'S OLDEsT--AND.:MosT: Candidate School at Miami Beach, for each show. and backgrounds Services Office is on 8th St. bE;1-have to check the flow_ of J LIBERAL. Florida and was commis-sioned oi "flats" are set up. A new tween A and B Avenues. It 1s :food supplies and. war matenals December 9, 1942 He was imme-diately assigned to Drew Field. In civil life, Lt. Rohr was a retail fu .. rniture dealer at Marysville, Ohio. The lieutenant and Mt-s. Rc;hr and their daughter hve at Seminole Heights, Tampa. Aonther-recent pmmotion was that of First_ Lieutenant G. E. McCarthy, Stastisical and Fiscal Officer, Base Headquarters-, Drew Field. Lt. McCarthy entered the se_rv ice in April' 1942 and attef!-ded Officer's Candidate School, M1am1 Beach. H e V.,as commisisoned a second lieutenant October 27, 1942, and was stationed at Drew Field a ilionth later. U McCarth,y was formerly connected with the Armstrong Cork Company, Denver, -Colorado, his former home. First Lieute-nant Titus A. Ctocker BOQ Officer Drew Field wag from second lieu-. tenant this week. A former resident of Fairfield, Aabama Lt. Crocker was Branch Manager of the Electrico.l Corporation the--re before his entrance into the service. H e was commissiGned January 20, 1943. / Lt. and Mrs. Crocker live at/ -WOO San Pedro street, Tampa. Anather promotion this week was that of Lt. Charles Andrews, In-vestigation and Claims Office r Courts and Boards Division, Base j Headquarters, Drew Field. Lt. Andrews entei:ed the serv ice Decembe r 9, 1942 as a second lieutenant. H e is assigned to the 314th Base Head q__uarters Com pany. A lawyer in civilian life, Lt. Andtew[ : formerly lived at Caze novia, New York. present, Lt. and Mrs. Andrevvs ll-ve at 1210 % PatklaRd Blvd., Tampa. Vetewn Member of RQi!l1bow Division Is --l011telligence Officer (Continued from Page 1 ) When the 405th was activated last March, the captain was assigned to the Group as its first Intelligence Officer. He established a smoothly functioning. or-_ ganization, trained t o meet field conditions. Capt. Palmer, a np.tive of Iowa and a gl'adLiate of the State College at Ames, was in eivil life a forester. At the time of entering the sel'vice, he was associate fcH ester on the Tonto pational Forest, w ith headquarters in Phoe nix, Arizona. 2-4 IIOUD SEll\; I en I WATCH REPAIRING GUARANTEED Terminal W.:d:ch Repaiiing I AIF.. BASE BUS T.SRM!NAL 906 Tampa St. I O pen Until i2 P. M. KNIGHT PAPER B R 0 S. c 0. Phones 4205 4204 A P :ape!' for Every Purpose" CENTRAL OIL C 0 M P A N Y, I N C Tampa. Florida FREE-a 4-page "Prim er of l::Le ctron i cs/' e ."rplaining the rimple principl e s of e l ectr o ni c Jubes F or your copy t u r ite Dept. 6c20 I, General Ele c t ric C ompany, S c h e n e ctady, IV. Y. The best investmen t in th e world iJ this country'; futureBUY WAR BONDS :.=:.: =:. ', Throu.f!h the dark of night, and the h eat of day, Am;,ica' ha ve kept their lonely watch Theirs is a job without recompense, w/ibout glary, without even 'the thrill of dang er-'-yet they to posts. But there are times; when the fog rolls in or the skits are dark, even the keenest human eyes are not Then, along ourshoru and. about our cities, we can r!epend on-electro nic. sentries to scan the skiu. ;,.-. AmenCaS best plane spotter tS BLIND as a BAT RADAR America's best spott e r Like the bat, which is equipped b y nature with one of the mo s t remarkable se t s of blind-Aying"instruments" known t o man, rad a r can operate "blind" in night and f og. Wave s from e l ec tronic tubes, incessantly scanning the skies can "feel" through the dark the approach of an enem; plane and the Spitfires, stopped the Stubs in the skie s over England in 1940. Radar, help ing to direct the fire of an American warship in the Pacifi c e n ab led it to hit a Japanese warship 8 mil es away in pitch darkness. Yet radar is no more mithan your radio set. "-il It is sim ply the application fj of principles discovered many.years ago. Many scift .. 1' entis ts and engineers-in this tr;. country and in Britain, so me UJ working alone, some in the..-\ Army and Navy, many in college and industri a l r e search laboratories-played a part in its d evelo pm ent. And G e n era l Electric was one of the first and m o s t active in thidiel ... = : .= = .: ::=.=== .:= YOU ARE INVITED TO LISTEN TO "THE WOR!:D TOI>.\Y" AT 6,45 P.M., EWT,MONDAY THROUGIJ SATURDAY, ON CBS. AND TilE "HOUR Of' Cl-1,\RM" 10 P.M., EWT, SUNDAYS ON NDC. ,,' G .ENERAL.ELECTRIC

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