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I -Vol. I No. 8, Air Corps Gunne r y School, Tyndall Florida, March 7, 1942 POST HOSP/7JIL OFF/C/ALLY OPEA/E.LJ LIDDON COMMISSIONED FIRST l iEUTENANT Master Sergeant Harvey Liddon, chief technical inspector here, has been commissioned a First Lieutenant in the Army of the United States and was ordered to report to Maxwell Field for duty on March 15, according to information which reached here Friday from the Training Center and Washington. A native of Marianna, Fla., Lt. Liddon was educated in the high school of that city and enlisted in the Army in 1920. He has served at many posts in this country and was once stationed at Hawaii. At Maxwell Field he inspector for 10 years ring to Tyndall Field 1941. was technical before transfer on Au gu s t 1, Lt. Liddon will now serve as technical inspector for the Southeast Air Corps Training Center. PILOT REPORT OFFICERS FOR DUTY Reporting from Cochran Field, Macon, Ga., five pilot officers were assigned to duty with the Gunnery School Thursday. Recently commissioned, these men who will play an important part in the training program are Second Lieutenants Raymond E. Taylor, Worchester, Mass; Raymond A. Witort, Franklin Park, IlL; Howard D. Watkins, Jr., Atlanta, Ga.; Howard T. Whitehurst, Mobile, Ala.; and Peter E. Weis, Milwaukee, Wis. Marking another important step towards the ultimate of Tyn qall Field, the new Post Hospital was activated last Thursday. Patients from the dispensary have already been moved to the new hospital, which is situated on the extreme southwest corner of the Field. Hospitalization facilities equal to those on any post of its size in the now available to the men at Tyndall Field. The hospital is being equipped with the finest and most modern apparatus. This new unit is a cantonment type hospital and has a normal capacity of over 200. Plans for increasing thi s capacity have already been made should the necessity ever arise. Barracks #306 will continue to serve as the dispensary for enlisted men. All soldiers reporting for sick call will first be received at the dispensary where they will be treated for minor ailments. Except in emergency cases, patients will not be admitted to the hospital directly. For the time being, the cadet dispensary will also be maintained at Barracks #306. Major John E. Pluenneke, Post Sur geon, is in command of the hospital. Other officers are: Major Nathan s. Rubin, Executive Officer; Major Isaac Harris, Chief Surgical Service Officer; Captain A. E. Rigberg, Dental Officer; Captain Milton I. Medof, Chief Medical Service Officer; and Lieutenant Vincent Handy, enlisted men's Dispensary Officer. Sergeant Major of the Detachment is M/Sgt Mather Peavy.

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A Chat with the Chaplain We are approaching the time of the year wherein we stop to remember the "Risen Christ." All the world seems to join us. It is Easter. Christ is risen. Yes, He died. He was dead when they placed His body in the grave. But, the grave could not hold Hint. Out of the grave He came on Easter morn. We sing and shout that He is risen. Goodt But, what of the days before Easter? Before Easter, the Christ took stock of Himself. Those were dark days for Him. Should not we take stock of ourselves before Easter, as did Christ? Those were sad days for the Christ. Days full of disappointment and sorrow. Friends turned their backs upon Him and walked with Him no more. His enemies became strong against Him. Surely, they were dark days. But, out of the darkness came glorious Easter Morn. Victory is always sweeter after the struggle. Here, in America, we have a custom. A beautiful custom. We call it Lent. It consists of e period of time prior to Easter wherein we stop our worldly living, and take time to think of the Christ, and the better things of Life. We think of what He has done for us. We take stock of ourselves. To help us appreciate Easter more, we observe this period or' self-denial and meditation. It is Lent now. Is it too much to ask? Too much after all the Christ has done for us? Shall we not bene efit by thinking of the Christ these next few days! Thinking and trying to honest-ly examine ourself' and then ask God to help us rid ourself of some sin, some bad habit. If we do, will we not appreciate Easter more? --Chaplain Wilson. Rabbi Wolf will be at the Panama City Armory Monday night at 8 o'clock to conduct a service for Tyndall Field men and Panama City friends of the Jewish faith. uso OPENS 'SOON' Keep hoping, fellows. 'l'hat USO bui ldine; in Panama City will be open "soon." The front page headline in the first issue of Tyndall Target heralded this: "USC BUILDING COMPLETION." That was seven weeks ago. Each week since then the formal opening was held up, pending the of papers which would officially turn the project over to the USO. Latest word from Oliver is that the take place "sometime and March 15.11 All equipment and the $45,000 building been installed. The Director Thomas dedication will between March 8 furnishings for have arrived and Morale Officer is already planning a stag e show to be given in the large auditorium and Sta tion Vl[l)LP has made arrangements to install a direct wire to the building in order to broadcast the new series, Tyndall Field in from the stage. The club will have a comfortable lounge and reading room, in addition to a luncheonette and soda fountain. INSURANCE SALES SOAR Since Lt. Garrett c. Rush, Post Insu rance Officer, pushed sales of National Service Life Insurance a month ago, more than $1,200,000 in policies have been taken out by Tyndall Field soldiers. Following are percentages, by squadrons, on men with policies: Percentage W Hq. & Hq. 37 69th A. B.................. 66 66th Materiel.............. 53 343rd Sch. Sq 344th Sch. Sq 348th Soh. Sq 349th Sch. Sq 350th Sch. Sq 446th Sch. Sq 447th Sch. Sq 448th Sch. Sq Det. Med. Dept 2d Plat. 879th Co Det. 856th Sig. Ser 846th QM Co Det. QJw1C Det. Finance Dept 69lst Ordnance Co Tyndall Field Total 33 33 26 22 52 22 39 42 46 49 30 74 40 40 55 41

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' l Was Colonel Maxwell modeling the uniforms for the civil service gals a few days ago? Lt. Kevan looked so purty the other day, when he came out with his yellow accessories---the voice of Spring Have you had the pleasure of meeti ng "Available Jones" Howell'? Lt. Vernocy has really done his part for the g oo d old USA recently--he has been s hooting endlessly 11God's in His Heaven, and all's right with the wor ld," said Major Shipman upon learning his 15 -day leave had been approved. Second Lieutenants Bruce s. Grice and L ucian A Manzi are two of our new Of ficer s and have been assigned as Assistant Armament Officers Chaplain McClelland is worried about losing weight--he tips the scales at 203 lbs. Lt. Bane's recent trip was the firstm ten years on which he didn't take his g olf clubs with him We certainly have mi ssed Lieut. Silva these past few day s He's on the sick list. He gave me some of that homemade candy the other day. Here's hoping it doesn't put m e t o bed too Lt. Hollinback seemed to b e in perfect comfort last Saturday evening r believe Captain Williams is happy over his new job as Trial Judg e Advocate, and I'm sure Lt. Mathis i s only too glad to offer any helpful suggestions rt is suggested that Chaplain Wilson remove the "No HitchH ikers" sign from the windshield of his car--not that we contemplate any hitch-hiking Lt. Hatcher is looking for someone to install a Power Turret' in one of our A-33' s--"calling all ar more rs11 r hear Lt. Corbin made arrangements with a certain party in Panama City to celebrate his return up o n a rriving from South Bend. From all indications the wires got crossed because the celebration didn't terminate a s expected. It-is suggested that Sgt. Brewer of 66th Materiel remember and save for de fense Did anybody see Fred Foster around the day he made sergeant? Sgt. Brewer, Headquarters Squadron, says he doesn't remember what happened Satur day night, so why should his girl be mad at him? Corps. Sissom and Kennington have their private mailing line from Headquarters to Sub-Depot. I'd like to do a little tapping on that line It is rumored that Private Harold Williams, Ordnance Department, is to be denied a cold Budweiser between nines at the Panama City Country Club Ask Corp. Jordy about the new rank for officers he recently created. Now that Sgt. Wood is the proud possessor of those Tech stripes, there is no apparent excuse Wonder h o w Sgt. John Liles and his Crestview attachment are progressing From what I hear, Sgt. Slade won't be running around in these stores, blowing on all the harps--mustn't touch, Slade Corp. f Alford, Orders Dept., doesn't get e-nough walking around Post Headquarters so he winds up his daily dozen with a walk from Mattie's in St. Andrews into Panama City Sgt. Balentine re. members WHEN Pvt. Pharo has found a profitable pastime Pfc. Myles, looks forward to those nightly drills If anyone has an extra safe, Corp. Edge of our Post Of.fice would appreciate it as a gift One of the stenographers up front at Post Headquarters has a secret love: Pvt. McDonald of the 66th and this isn't gossip Have you noticed T/Sgt. Howell and his newly acquired smoking apparatus Sgt. Frank has turned to milk baths. Will Barrios will tell you about it sgt. May, chief file clerk, has finally bought that. 11sparkler" I don't know whether to place LIDDON under the enlisted men's or offi cer's column.

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Published every Saturday by the Public Relations Office, ACGS, Tyndall Field, Fla. EDITOR Sgt. } w. Timberlake, Jr. ASSOCIATE EDITOR Pvt. Arnold H. Milgaten SQUADRON REPORTERS S/Sgt. Arthur R Edwards Pfc. James F. Barran Sgt. Ralph s Boyes Cpl. A J Corbin Cpl. IIugh Maloney Cpl H. H. Bergstrom S /Sgt. J. D. Twitchell Cpl. M. M. Kendall Cpl. John T. Lampros Sgt. Lloyd H. Taylor JUST ANYTHING-lr ''sHo" IS HANDY WHILE YOU YA GOTTA LOSE IT-f( I J : LETS CUT DOWN THE OLP 8AM800 TREE" J r PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER 1st Lt. Joseph I. Mathis ASST. TO P. R. OFFICER Cpl. Jack H. Parks ART WORK Cpl. Oral Ledbetter Pvt. Ernest Kenton COLUMNISTS S/Sgt. Dewey H. Gossett The Yardbird MULTILITH OPERATOR Cpl Harold Speck COMMANDING Col. w. A. Maxwell SQUADRON REPORTERS Pvt. William Hines Tech. Carl G. Brandt Sgt. R. L. Mathews Pvt. Ray Gross Pvt. J. H. Lescher e TYPIST Miss Roberta Gammori \_ 1 (::/ / TH; Fl ;r STEP TO-WAROS HIE QU EST WAY TO NO PlAt! E. Of AN OLD RAZOR BLADE f{} BE USED, MAYBE, J}/A IS USED 1111 THE PLACE OF A LITTLE THRfA D

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HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS l>ledging him their cooperation, the boys in the squadron congratulate former Staff Sergea.."lt Don J. Asbury on his recent appointment as Acting First Sergeant. The week was highlighted by a "Pr9motion Party on Monday night. Cpl. R. s. Smith was in charge of arrangements and refreshments. Cliques were broken up and bosom pals were separated as the new room assignments were carried out last Friday. Despite the temporary inconveniences that might arise under this new set-up, you've got to admit that it has resulted in cleaner barracks and wider acquaintances. Within the last three weeks, twenty one men of the squadron have been sent off to school. The list includes: Sergeants J. Waller, D. Hinshaw and B. Northrup; Corporal H. Barnes; Privates L. Manser, W.D. Wiley, H. D. Wiley, I. D. Levinson, c. Vickers, R. Timanus, A. Janucevic, E. Roach, S. Upchurch, V. Edwards. J. F. Close, C .M. Cochran, R.R. Slatko, B. R. Anderson, \V.J. Anders, H. Baker and c. Lindsley. Save those used razor blades and empty toothpaste and shaving tubes! The u.s. needs steel and tint 66TH MATERIEL (Jongratulations to Private Allen who last Saturday acquired a better half after promising to love, honor and obey!" And speaking of "Mrs."S", we are glad to see Sgt. Flowers and his one and only back with us again. Sergeant Williams ,announces that he is short on "Bull Durham" already, and the month just starting toot All of the boys in the squadron appreciate tha.t thoughtful "brother'' of Sergeant Brewster who sends him candy. The basketball team is doing okay so far They should increase their .500 percentage, though, now that Sergeant Rousseau and Corp oral Monroe are back. Relax, Sgt. Gossett, you don't have to give 1st Sgt. Hodges a "snow job" anymore you have your "staff" stripe. The married men in the squadron have all been very cordial abou t inviting other members of the outfit to dine with them and so far no one has forgotten to bring along a chicken or duck. For the first time since its formation, the squadron has reached its full strength now we can settle down and get to know each other. Turn in your news to S/Sgt. E dward s at Post Headquarters. --A.R.E. 69TH AIR BASE Sergeant O'Neil reports that the "Fighting 69th" boys are doing exceptionally well on the basketball courts. Our team has only played in two games thus far, but they've won both of them. The men have also been hiking a bit this week. Lt. Russo, who has been in charge, says that most of the men would rather be on the range Private Gerald w. Bishop announced his plunge into matrimony last week Good luck to the newlyweds from all the boys! Corporal Harry W. Beidel was 11 going steady" with a Bay Harbor lass until one of his "friends" stepped in and took the miss to the movies while Harry was back at the Field pulling "patrol.'' Harry says he's lost a friend! 343RD SCHOOL SQUADRON lost two good men to the Cadet Training School this week, Sergeant Billie Van Pepering and Corporal James A. Thomps on. Our l oss is the Cadet's gain. On the basketball front the 343rd came through with flying colors again. The boys won a close one from the 348th

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School Squadron; the score was 28-26. It was a nip and tuck affair with the margin of victory being scored in the last minute of play! England has nothing on the 343rd. We have a "Churchill11 too. He is none other than Paul Churchill, who just arrived from Chanute Field. Also returning from school this week was Sgt. Earl Buchwald. The Sergeant has just finished a course of instruction in Power Turrets at the Bendix School. Some sort of an endurance prize is rated by Private W.A. McLeod. He had a 'phone call from his "heart throb" inN. c. the other night, and spoke to her for 48 minutes! --R.J.B. 344TH SCHOOL SQUADRON the boys finally received an opportunity to demonstrate their skill with a pistol. Among the good and bad scores, Corporal Geick stoodout as an expert with 13 hits out of a possible 10! Amazing marksmanship, to say the least. It seems Snodgrass has been kidding the recruits about guard duty. Whether or not the rookies will ever take a shot at their own shadow in the moonlight as he once did, remains to be seen1 Perhaps the squadron basketball team could make a better showing if some of the boys who are old hands at the game would only condescend to offer their skill in future games. Do we have to mention names, Sgt. Austin and Private Stevens? --A.J.C. 349TH SCHOOL S QUADRON 13est wishes to Master Sergeant Harrelson on his recent promotion to that rank. Our fast-breaking and sharp-shooting basketball team scored its third straight triumph by defeating the 446th School Squadron. The score was 33-18. Pfc. Dufrane was the top man in the points-scored column, accounting for a total of 25 points. We want to say "hello and welcome" to Tech Sergeant Callender who very recently joined the organization. Private Crawford left on Sunday for Milan, Michigan, he had been granted an emergency furlough Private Alphin is learning the trials and tribu 1 ations connected with a typewriter as he begins work behind a machine at the Personnel Office. Among the new tstripe" happy boys are: Acosta, Alderate, Balsam, Barrick, Barnes, Beason, Belford, Blossom, Brewer, Camp, Chope, Dufrane, Funkhauser, Greenwald, Haddock, Hancock, Houston, Huinker, Jernigan, Kennedy, Kress, Lagrone, Lucas, Moore, Morin, Saunders, Stubbs, Williams, R.D. Young, J. Young and Barkdull. Sew 'em on men! --ll.H.B. 446TH SCHOOL SQUADRON Mo"uday morning's mail call saw a new man handing out those "Sugar Reports." Enter, Private Manson, exit Corporal Kendall. A hearty welcome to Staff Sergeant Stanley N. Piechocki who us a fter a period of Detached Service at South Bend, Indiana Seven more members of our squadron have enrolled as students in the Gunnery School That brings the total of men from our outfit in the school up to thirteen. Corporal Rowley seems to be entering his second childhood. He is the proud owner of a cut-out doll book! And Corporal Glass is better known as "The Boy with the Wistful Eyes." THINGS WE'D LIKE TO SEE: Our basketball team win a game Private Berry not finding some new piece of nonsense to add to his rapidly growing collection Any member of the squadron with money left on or about the 25th of the monthl Getting back to basketball, how about some of you former cage stars coming out for our next game? --M .M.K. .

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lf) 448TH SCHOOL SQUADRON H. N. Haar threw together a makeshift bowling team to represent this squadron last Thursday night. He finally got five men that wanted to bowl after he explained that they did not have to be experts. Imagin e his surprise when one of the b oys that "came along" sported a ring which was given to him for bowling a perfect game in a national tournament! The makeshift team took three in a row! Deepest sympathy to J. c Miller, whose father passed away a t S t Petersburg, Florida, last week A group of Panama City's fairest y o ung ladies entertained the b oys o f this squadron Thursday night and every one had a swell time. Why don't we do this more often? Congratulations to Tech. Sergeant Galling who added the second r ocker stri?e on the 1st of March. T/Sgt. Walter E. Peterson is in the market for a good bicycle that will fit long legs. He figures that he has walked some 344 miles in two months just travelling from the squadron to the line! DETACHMENT I t has finally become a reality!. On M onday, all Medical men moved from the temporary quarters on Sewannee Road to their permanent quarters in the new Hospital Area. "Home" at last! It's a blessing to Sergeant Mathews that the hospital was activated so soon. He wont have to pass the Q.M. Barracks anymore. It seems that o n one occasion the Q.M. Barracks and the Medical Barracks looked identically the same to the sergeant! Now that Sgt. Barnhart has his car, date promotions to be easy Lots of l uck to Corporal Marsh who may soon be entering the Med. Administrative O f ficer School. Best the B ottoms up for the Jap Navy! --A. K. T FINANCE he entire squadron welcomes 2nd Lt. Louis McKnig h t who joins us as Assistant Finance Officer. Previous to his arrival at Tyndall Field, Lt. McKnight was stationed at Barksdale Field, La. He was a Master Sergeant in the finance depart ment before being ordered to active d u t y as a 2nd Lt., Finance Reserve. Our heartiest congratulations to 'I'echni cians Johnny E. Farr and Edward M. Morgan. Both of these boys were pro moted to rank of Staff S/Sgt. Morgan is away on D. S. Rumor has it that wedding bells may soon ring for s/sgt. Farr, with T/Sgt. Underwo od a l so giving thought to the same matter. The l atest bowling results show that we still lead the league. There' s no reas on why we shouldn't keep that lead right o n down to the last roatch1 --CGB l!T QUARTERMASTER lYhile our s tar reporter, Ray Gross, is ailing with an infected leg, the undersigned will risk his life with a few casual c omments The bowling team is still in the groove, or perhaps our opponen t s a r e just in a rut1 Either way, the b oy s are doing a swell job! C olo9el M oo r e and his charming wife were interes t e d s pectators at a recent b owling match Form e r D .R.O Barlow likes his new p ositio n w ith the Commissary not as many d ishes to break! Johnnie Sopher bought a hair-net the other day light brown fcr a friend's g i r l frie nd who knew all about it. T o m Baldridge's mother is in town. The F o u r M u sket-Ears, Howell, Hen de rson, H ofherr and Barlow, must have had a dull t ime of it Tuesday night. The y all c hecked in before 10;00 P.M.l "Juni or" Thompson is having trouble g e t ting a date w ith that certain one. Hur r y back, Ray. --J.M.D.

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SIGNAL SERVICE COMPANY First Sergeant, Forest L. B oylston, has left for the Officer Candidate School at Fort Monmouth, N. J. We're going to miss him very much. He was a great first sergeant and a swell fellow. We all wish him the very best of luck. Five other men left us last week. Asaro, Giannini, Stelling and Dorazio were transferred to Napier Field. The boys had a farewell party for Sergeant Boylston Saturday night and it was a howling success. I wasn't able to attend, but if the racket the fellows made when they returne d was any indication of the spirit of the party, I missed a good one! "Hank" Brozanski came back in a playful m ood, but couldn't find a playmate. He threw a comforter in the general direction of my bunk and went off disgusted wi t h the lack of spirit shovm by his 11pals.11 Sergeant Kolt is our new Acting 1st Sergeant. He has just recently joined us and appears to be quite capable of handling the job. Incidentally, Sgt. Kolt was associated with the Gulf Oil Company in South America previous to his induction into the Army. He is a whiz at Spanish, and is going to conduct a class for the Officers. Can you picture some of our Officers being asked to stay after school for not studying their lessons'? May we suggest K.P. for the ones that fail to keep up their averages'? We have a weather man working in the Signal Office in the person of Sgt. Sam Gacessa. It is n o longer a secret that this fellow is directly responsible for all of the bad weathert He claims that he is powerless to cope with the situation because of the lack of proper equipment. However, Sgt. Gacessa does promise summer on or before July Fourth, this year. That i n itself is quite a concessio n for a We ather Forecaster to make! Rain is o.k. but this is ridiculoust --W.M.H. 350TH SCHOOL SQUADRON championship form, the 350th basketball quintet chalked up a well earned victory over the 447th cagers. The score was 29-23 and the win marks the first time that the 447th has been defeated in the inter-squadron competition. Nice going, ment We welcome Sergeant Lance M orrison back to the squadron. He has been taking a specialist course in turrets at South Bend, Indiana. It was noticed that Bruner and Pal mer were out walking and riding ly, but is was also noticed that they were in good hands--good and YOUNG hands, it might be added Bruner is supposedly ''sweating out" a lovely lass in Lynn Haven What does Sgt. Anderson have on his mind besides a certain brunette and Officers Candi date School? Suarez gave away a diamon d the other night . and has a second one on hand. The teething ring is yet to be bough t however That makes three staffs down and only Galloway to go Dillard is going steady with a local girl Henderson's one and only was down last weekend from Charleston. In memory of the mess kits we say "May We Never Meet Again.11 --J.D.T. w. CHE:MI CAL WARFARE e all heave a sigh of relief as the Sims' family again makes its way back up to the Northland. Honestly, it w a s lonely around the Detachment without Sims with us. A flash just came in that Lescher's proud (?) parents are arriving on Wednesday . His heartbeat isn 1 t coming with them so we can expect to see him in a little earlier in the evenings. What is this about Hammond being off at school at present--at least that is what we have heard from some of female companions down in the City . Vfuy not let us in on it, Jimmy? --J.H.L.

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, The old Yardbird has sho had him a lot of fun this week on account of he dun drew a pay day. i had to take a couple of shots over ter the horsepital jest fore they payed off, an i took em both in my left arm so as to keep my right one in good shape for the crap game. i did purty good, too; won six bits. Went in the oystre bar ter buy me a half dozen oystres, but thar purty gurl behin the counter dun smiled at me an fore i got out i dun et 3 dozen raw oystres an a shwimp cocktail. i et em raw so she's think i wuz rugged. Toosdy we wuz out practisin guard dooty, an i axed the non-cum a kwestchun an he started to tell me what the sgt. would do in that case, an i tole him quick i wuz only lookin at it from the Yardbird's standpoint; he ain't sayed nothin fur a little while--jest looked mity sympathetik, sarcastic-like, then sayed maybe i'd be a noncum somday, an i tole him maybe so on account of it looked like they didn't care who they non-commissionized nowadays. he sho give me a reamin Spotted me a purty gurl down ter the drug sto, an sho wanted to meat her, but they was always a lot of non-cums hangin around an i knowed she woodn't mess with no buck private, so i slipt off with my good buddy's blouse the other nite, an got me a preemoshun seegar an put the band offen a nickel seegar onit to make it look good, anyhow i wuz all set to pull the biggest snow job on that purty gurl on account of having my buddies blouse on, but jest as i stept in the drug sto. my fust sgt. spotted me an sent me straight home. Today he restricted me fur impersonating a P.F.C. Don't figger he'll be much good fur to water in his life, cept to drink everything else--claimed it'ud rust Mah cuzzin Al K. Hall dun jined the Navy. that job cause he ain't never got very close it an only then when he's dun played out of his pipes. Better be er goin. --The Yardbird. ?H# dJHd ,f' I had twelve bottles of whiskey in my cellar, and my wife told me to empty the contents of each and every bottle down the sink "or else." I said I would and proceeded with the unpleasant task. I withdrew the cork from the first bottle and poured the contents down the sink, the exception of one glass which I drank. I extracted the cork from the second bottle and did likewise, with the exception of one glass which I drank. I then withdrew the cork from the third bottle and emptied the good old booze down the sink, except a glass which I drank. I pulled the cork from the fourth sink, and poured the bottle down the glass, which I drank. I pulled the bottle from the cork of the next and drank poured the rest down the glass. I pulled the sink out of the cork down the bottle. I pulled the next cork out of sink down the bottle and drank the glass. Then I corked bottled the drink and drank the pour. one sink out the 11-ext glass my glass and the sink with of it, and and poured poured the the glass, When I had everything emptied I steadied the house with one hand, counted the bottles and corks and glasses with the other, which were twenty-nine. To make sure, I counted them again when they came by and I had seventy-four. And as the house came by, I counted them again, and finally had the hous.es. and bottles and corks and glasses counted, except one house and one bottle, which I drank. {JI/tJTEA sgt. is a man what didn't let small handycaps like and lack of soshability git him down. --The Yardbird. --''Author" Unknown. ignurance, low-mentallity,

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f/Ait' P/191/E$ FI!YA#t'E Close observers of the bowling situation will notice that what 'last week looked like a runaway for the Finance Wizards, has now developed into a two and, possibly, three team scramble. With methodical precision, the Quar termaster keglers have been bowling over their opponents and the latest standings reveal that they are but one game behind the league leaders. The 344th pin men, who were tied for 2nd place with the QMC boys last week, were the victims of the Quartermaster team as they dropped three games and thereby fell out of the 2nd place tie into the 3rd slot. -flETT/Nu /IEI(#(JIIALEver hear of "Olson and Dufrane'!" No, they're not a comedy team, but whenever they put on their show called "Goals A Poppin'" on the basketball courts, they invariably bring joy to the men of the 349tht Privates First Class Harris Olson and William Dufrane have been the important cogs in the 349th's cage machine which has yet to be defeated in the Tyndall Field Basketball Tourney. This talented combination works on a "feed and shoot" basis. Olson, from a guard's position, passes the ball to Dufrane whose deadly accuracy with the leather sphere recently accounted for 24 points in one gamel However, both boys claim that their smoothe performances are only' possible because of the complete cooperation by the other men on the 349th quintet. Olson and Dufrane have been playing ball together for several years. The boys were vital factors in the Marinette High School's annual drive for the Wisconsin State Basketball Champ ionship. Bill and Harris enlisted together on July 1st, 1941, and have kept up their teamwork as clerks for their outfit. To top it off, both are 19 years old! CAGE t'IJ#II'ETITIPII KEENER Basketball competition grew keener during the week as the 343rd, 349th and 350th School Squadron court quintets emerged victorious in closely contested games. STANDINGS W L 349th 30 69th 448th 350th 447th 2 0 2 0 2 1 2 l 66th..... 1 1 W L 69lst Tl 343rd 1 2 348th 1 2 344th 0 2 Hq &: Hq 0 2 446th 0 3 t---GAM ,0/V TAP BOWLING: Tuesday QNIC vs. Finance 343rd vs. Signal Thursday Hq. &: Hq. vs. 66th 448th vs. 344th BASKETBALL: Monday -349th vs. 447th 343rd vs. 446th Wednesday 350th vs. 348th 448th vs. 69th Saturday -Hq &: Hq vs. 66th 344th vs. Ordnance TEN PIN STANDINGS Won Lost Finance .... T3 -2Q}llC 12 3 344th ............. 9 6 343rd 8 7 448th .............. 7 5 66th .............. 3 9 Hq & Hq . 2 10 Signal ............. 0 12 High Team Score: QMC--831 High Single Game: Woody Mueller, 343rd--245 High 5-man 3 games: QMC,..-2389 High 3 games single total: Michael Dineen, 343rd--566

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.. ftst-jfJ!ci Jl "Oh, keeper," said a middle-aged woman at the zoo. "Is that a male or a female hippopotamus?" "Dearest, am I the first man who ever held you in his arms? "Yes, of course. Why is it that men always ask the question?"--T & F, UNC. If every boy in the United States could read every girl's mind, the gas consumption would drop off 50,fo. --u. s. Statistical Office. He: "Do you believe that the kiss is unsanitary?" She: ''I can't say--I've never--" He: "You mean you've never been kissed, my dear?" She: "No, you dope. I've never been sick."--Tar an' Feathers, U.N.C. Guest: (to host in his home): "Hello, old pal, how do you find it here?'' Host: "Right upstairs, two doors to the left. 11 --The Bulldog. Conv ersation overheard in cuba tor: "Come on, girls, Last one out's a rotten egg!" chicken inlet's go. Don't you ever read anything but jokes? "Frankly, madam," said the keeper, "I don't see what difference it would make to anybody but another hippopotamus!" --Wataugan. We hasten to point out that, while every man has his wife, only the ice man has his pick. A serious thought for today, Is one that may cause us dismay, Just what are the forces That bring little horses 1Vhen all of the horses say "Nay! 11 A little curve has kept many a man from going straight. It isn't what my girl knows that bothers me--it 1 s how she learned it.--Scripts & Pranks

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Twist of the Wrist-Radio listeners who had their dial turned to Elmer Davis' 10 P. M. news analysis lnst Monday evening had the privilege of being earwitnesses to a rare display of one of our mo3t vital possessions -freedom of thought and speech! The ace CBS news commentator let loose with both barrels, as we in the Army might say Mr. Davis discussed the question of censorship in a manner that could be permitted only in a nation where tq.e principles of democracy are still observed. His analysis was strictly objective. While criticizing the present method of disclosing important facts, he also dealt with a possib l e remedy for the confusing situation that now exists. Davis was of the opinion t hat a centralized bureau for dispensing all vital informa-tion was an absolute necessity! The veteran n ews ana.lysist soon intends to take a much needed vacation fro m his duties at CBS. His superb work behind the mike has become an important factor in mold ing public opinion here in the u.s., and his absence, however will be greatly felt. * HE...ttE AND THERE O N THE AIR: Phil Baker, of "Bottle and Beetle" fame, adds his style of humor to that popular quiz tease ''Take It Or Leave It", making that pro gram all the more listenable. The reason for Charles Laughton's sudden departure from "Three Ring Time'' (NBC Blue, 7:30 P .M.) is due to the British Star's preference for comedy rather than drama., and since Milton Berle adequately handled this department, Mr. Laughton felt obliged to leave the cast The "March of Time" continues its great news dramatics on Fridays instead of Thursdays. (NBC Blue, B:30 P. M.) Ransom Sherman with a sparklin g 30 minute show takes over the 1 ast hal f o f the vacated F'red Allen hour o n Wednesdays. (CBS 8:30P.M.) Mr. Allen, after eight consecutive years of mid-week broadcasting, has switched to Sundays, replacing the Ford Evening Hour. (CBS 8:00P.M.) 'JJl()tltiJ/ FIIR T/11.9 WEE/I .,..------R I T Z -------y SUNDAY, MONDAY, March 8-9 "How Green Was My Valley" Walter Pidgeon Maureen O'Hara Donald Crisp Roddy McDowell TUESDAY, March 10 "Paris Calling'' Randolph Scott Elizabeth Bergne WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, March ll-12-13 "Tarzan's Secret Treasure" Johnny Weismuller Maureen O'Sullivan SATURDAY, March 14 "Heart of Texas" Gene Autry Smiley Burnette "Charlie Chan in Rio" Sidney Toler Mary Bethe Hughes SUNDAY, MONDAY, March 8-9 "Sleepy Time Gal" Judy Canova TUESDAY, March 10 "Billy The Kid's Roundup" Buster Crabb Al St. John WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, March ll-12 "When Ladies Meet" Joan Crawford Greer Garson FRIDAY, SATUHDAY, March 13-14 "Border Vigilante" "Tragedy at Midnight" Margaret Sullivan John Howard Selected Shorts ..


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