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I 1 Vol.. I No. 14 Air Corps APALACHICOLA Gunnery School, Tyndall Field, Florida, April 25. 1942 BASE TO AID TRAI.NING PROGRAM I Wing Commander Charles Beamish o the R.A.F temporarily stationed here as liason adviser on flexibie gunnery. .KHAKIESN BECOME OFFICIAL AS o.D'S:' GO TO THE CLEANERS Although originally scheduled ..for:o-May lst, Tyndall Field personnel wearing their "khakies" today. Credit for this humane move goes to Colonel Maxwell. who. after consulting with Tyndall's peerless weather forecasting staff. wrote to the Southeast Air Cor ps Training Center Headquarters requesting permission to have Tyndall Field men store their "O.D's" in moth balls a week earlier. The official khaki uniform for enlisted men includes: Service cap or garrison cap. khaki trousers, khaki shirt, and olive-drab necktie or tan cotton necktie. For ethletics, shorts are permissible but the upper part of the body sh be clothed, except for swimming. An important step towards faoili tating the training of students at Tyn dall's Gunnery School is under way at Apalachicola, where construction has begun on a $5,000,000 sub-base. Setting some sort of a record for speedy action, less than three months elapsed between the origination of plans for the project and the beginning of actual construction. Upon the recommendation of Colonel Maxwell, the Southeast Air Corps Train ing Center Headquarters appointed Tyn dall s Captain William P. Kevan as Project Officer for the Apalachicola air base. The chief purpose of the base will be to eliminate unnecessary flights from Tyndall Field to the gun nery practice range. A portion of the planes will be stationed there while operating with aeriel targets. Captain Kevan's task will be to supervise construction work and insure a strict adherence to original plans. The base will be staffed with necessary officers from Tyndall Field along .with one squadron plus arms and service personnel. Chief Clerk of the junior will be S/Sgt. Dewey Gossett. T/Sgt. William Balentine and Pvt. Joe Trombitas will replace S/Sgt. Gossett, who at present is assistant to Post SergeantMajor, Bob Lankford. S/Sgt. Lester B. Walker has been tentatively assigned as sergeant-maj-. or of the new post. The project is not expected to be completed until thefall, however, tne personnel will probably leave for Apalachicola in mid-suwner

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From Circular Letter No. 29, Chief of Chaplains, dated April 15, 1942, the follpwing two articles are reproduced. 1,\fould it not be wisdom for us to read them carefully and take our cue from these two great Generals, and like them, look God for guidance in this, our ho u r of trial ? "GENERAL MACARTHUR ASKS DIVINE GUIDANCE: The Associated Press stated on April 5, 1942, that G e neral Doug l a s MacArthur bespoke Easter-tide divine guidance. The General, an Episcopalian from Little Rock Arkansas, introduced the religious note in his military p reparations as he replied to a radiogram from w P. Witsell, the rector of C hris t Church Little Rock, which stated: ''rhe church of your baptism sends E aster g reetings and expression o f faith and loving pride in you.' The reply from A ustralia read: 'At the altar where I first joined the sanctuary of God, I ask that you se.ek divine guidance for me in the struggle that looms ahead. 1 "GENERAL ORDERS OF' GEORGE WASHINGTON: (Issued May 2 1778, at Valiey Forge.) 'The Co:r:unander-in-Chief directs that divine service be performed every Sunday at eleven o'clock in each brigade which has a chaplain. Those brigades which have none will attend the place of worship nearest to them. I t is expected that Offi cers of all ranks will, by their attendance, set an example to their men.' V;'hile we are du l y perforrnini the duty of g ood soldiers we certainly our,ht not to be inattentive to the hiEhest duties of religion. To the distinguished characteristics of a patriot it should be our highest glory to add to the mor e distinguished characteristics of a Christian." Can we, as soldiers of these glorious UNITED STATES AMERICA, when we follow the exam ple of these two of o u r greatest Generals? If t hey feel that it is a privileg e to worship God, s o should we. --Herbert T. Wilson, Post Chaplain A PANAMA CITY SIXTH VJSlTS TYNDALL "Yesterday we went to Tynd all Field. The whole class went. There were three cars taking us. They were, Mrs. Headlee's, Mrs. Bradshaw s a nd Mis s Ret_;ister 's. I was in Hegister' s car. i'fhen we reached Tynd all Field, we were met by an M P. ( Hili tary Po lice) who first took u s to the Per sonnel office t o register. After we registered we went to t h e Chapel. I t was a very beau t i f u l buil ding althoug h rathe r s mall. The music was supplied by a small e lectric organ in balcony. Its was Chaplain M cClelland. Fro m t here w e went to t h e Kitchen and Mess Hall. I n t h e k itchen we saw them peeling potatoes (spuds in t h e army) and onions and i n anothe r part we saw grea t caldron s o f s tew cooking and refrig erators a s b i E as a bedroom T hen we were taken to the Barracks. It was all very clean and neat but I think the Barracks were the nee.test. In e a ch room ther e were eight beds, all of them looked like they had been made up by a professional bed makeru pper. From there we went to t h e h os pita l o r Infermor y as it is called in t h e a rmy. We went to t h e white the colored wnrd a n d a new ward tha t w a s just comp.leted. 'v-ie then went to the Hachine G un fir ing area, where men with machine guns practiced a t an airplane made of cheese cloth. Each bullet was painted. When they finished shooting, the air p lane was t aken down and the marks counted. \'/e watched them for a few minutes and then decided we had better g o When we got-home w e thanked i/iss negister for a nice afternoon." --Ben :!dorris

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Master Sergeant Peavy One of the most thorough l y efficient enliste d men on Tynd all Field is Master Se rgeant f;lather H Peavy. I n h i s capacity o f Sergeant-Uajor o f t h e P o s t Hospital, he is credited w i t h de monstrating a remarkable ability i n administrative affairs. The Serg eant is a native of Dallas, Texas, where h e attended the Univer sity of Texas. A rmy life i s nothing new to this veteran soldier. D uring the last war, Serg e ant Peavy was accepted for service as a c a de t Afte r the war, in 1920, he reenl isted and served with t h e Fo urth Cor p s Area i n termittently for the next ten yea r s The ve .rious branches o f s e r vice that the sergeant w a s associated with include the finance, infantry, DEML ( R S) and quartermaster units. Upon his reenlistment in 1337, S g t Peavy asked to be assigned t o t he Med ica l Corps. His r equ est was granted and in June of 1 9 4 0 the Sergeant was t ransferred to Bark sdale Field, Shre veport, Louisiana. A t Barksd a l e the Sergeant served as c h i e f cle r k a nd l a ter as mess sergeant o f his detachment. The experience in organizati on and detail gained b y S e r g eant mess s e r geant has proved invaluable in h i s present position. "In October, 1 9 41, t h e S e r geant was transferred from Bar ksdale t o Tyndall Field and assuwed the duties o f Sergeant-Major o f the Post H os pital. JACK;PARKS L t Col. Pluenneke Just as a p o pular diamond star i s often r e f e rred to a s 11a ballplayer's ballplayer, 11 just so is Lt. Colonel John E Plu enneke k nown as an A rmy man's officer. The Colonel is a graduate of the Texas Uni v ersity School of M edicine. I m medi ately .after his r ; r a due.tion in 19 2 9 h e a pplied for a nd received his c ommissio n a s a lst lieutenant in the Medica l Cor p s Res erve In 19 32 he attended the A rmy Medical School and the F i eld Service S c hool and short l y a fterwards was pro moted to t h e rank of CaDtajn. The Col onel is also a graduate of the School of Aviation Medicine. In 1 933 he was assigned to the Air Corps and spent 4 y ears at R andolph Field as an assistant to the fligh t s u r g eon. From Randolph Field, Colonel Pluenneke was s ent to A l broo k Field, Zone and followine; two years of s ervice there, was sen t to M axwell Field where he be came Post Flig h t S u r geon and was res ponsib l e for the construction of the new efficient Air Corps Examining Building. I n October, 1 941, t h e Colonel was sent down to T yndall Field to supervise the c o nstruction o f the hospital. For relaxation, the Post Surgeon en j oys hu n t:Ln g and fish i n g and en the basis o f his marksm ansh i p feels of filline; i n us a g u n ne r y instruct o r sho uld the necessity ever arise.

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' DANCE Published every Saturday by the Public Relations Office, ACGS, Tyndall Field, Fla. PUBLIC RELATION S OFFICER lst Lt. Charles B. Rawson ASST. TO P. R. OFFICER Corp. Jack H Parks ART iYORK Sgt. Oral Ledbetter Pvt. Ernest fenton Pvt. Carl B Lengerich S iUADRON REPOHTERS S/Sgt. J D Twitchell Sgt. Kenneth Stitt Pfc. James F Barran S/Sr,t. M. fl, Hutchins Sgt. Ralph o. Boyes CONIM!i.NDING CoL Vi" A Maxwell COLU!v!NISTS 8/Sgto Dewey H Gossett and The Yardbird TYPIST Miss Ji.obcrta Gsmrn on REPORTEHS Cpl Mo Me Kendall S/Sr.;t Ted Eo Hilliams Pvt. Samuel l:ichun PvL Dave P. Alvarez EDITOR Pi'c Arnold Milga.ten ASSOCIATE EDITOR Pvt. Saul Sarniof HEPRODUCTION STAFF T/Sgt. Woodrow w. Busby Pfc. John A. Vvebster Pfc. Francis Churchill Pvt. Roy A. Thorson SQUADRON RBPOHTEHS Pvt. William Hines Tech Eric Beegle Pvt. Hay Gross PvL Robert L. ::icott Pvt. James s. Willis

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It's rumored that Lt. Burkhart will be the future Mayor of Lynn Haven. The campaign c o rrunittee includes Lt. Tannen and Chaplain McClelland; WEAR TIIE BURKHART BUTTON NOW! Lt. Harris of the PX had t o do some mighty quick thinking when he w a s told to report to the C olonel the other day. .Remember. L t J always buy a suit with two pairs of pants In a discussion amqngst offi cers concerning a proposed fishing trip Captain Howell ups and says, "The only thing wrong with fishing trip s is, there is too much fishingl" Com i ng into position #2 of the BeanBell Race, we see Lt. Des Portes . Lt. Hutchi s on and Betty Jean looked mie;hty nice comi ng dovvn the aisle in the Post Cha pe l ;last Sunday evening .. Lt. Silva writes that he w ould like the "Target" sent t o him during his stay in Washing ton . Ask Lt. Glenn Williams why he is c alled "Eagle Beak" by his friends in Birmingham L ook alikes: Captain Rig ber g and Edward G. R obinson .. "Wanted, two Silver Bars11--if f ound, please send Jack Dangler I can't understand why Lt. Corr blushes so when he's explaining to the civil service gals how to do in case of a Gas attack. lif e nomi n ate Lt. Bean to write the "Je st Jok i n ." column nextweek .. two non-fly i ng officers had flying guests in their quarters last week? .. vYhat attraction in P. c. kept Lt. Tannen from taking his 3-day leav e which was a pproved; incidentally, Lt. Tannen why did y our face turn so red the other a ftern oo n? . Lt. Russo will not forget Gen. Arnold's visit to the Post. Unfortunately for Lt. Rus so, the Gen eral was in a jesting m oo d and litera lly had the Lt. squirming with discomfort a s he kept up a constant flo w of q u e r ies concerning his work on the Field And Captain Newman can take a bow _for his work o n the jeep range. H a d a card from S/Sgt. St ege r this A.M . He h a s e;one h igh-hat on us and is some time i n Miami; he writes that he i s still sweating . sam Miles, qM, is leaving o n furlough in May; I he a r that he's going t o Ol ga, who lives in Washington; from all I can gather f..liles says he has been single long enough Speaking of f urloughs, as is the topic nowa d ays, Davy of q! : was in such a hurry to get awa y left his furl out;h papers b ehind him They tell me. that Cpl. Walton sported sergeant c he v r o ris up on returning to the Po s t last w e ek Fro m t h e l oo k in his eyes, he announce s that he is no longer amon g Tyndall's elig i bles MacDona l d Cup t Car nahan's says he really think Marth a c a r e d so rnuch . It must be getting ser ious with R ober t Hearn, who writes page after page t o that gal back home Poo r R e d Brewer, he has to get permissi on from his d epartment head before h e can g o datin g The department head told Red he wou l d buy the license, pay t h e minister and do other things if Red would claim the girl he selects. Wonde r who the lucky g irl m ight be Ask Billy Moore ab out his morning chores before he c ome to work and Sgt. H odges wants furl ough the first par t of M a y Vance Edwards is back at his old post agai n after havint; been in the c lerical schoo l at Denver--lo o k s l i k e the studyi ng has b een agreeing with Vance runnerup to Brewer, Tyndall's Casanova ... G lad to see S/Se;t. J ames Rogers running around the Field a gain in his jal opy . s/sr;t Boutwell vva.s hap P Y over returning from his furlo u gh and he really celebrated in a b i g w a y -he was so excited that he wante d to ride up YtTf--. Jill and down Harriso n Ave Jfl7!: {'! __ on a bicycl e . of co ur____ se many eyebrows were raise d a s the thrifty Sgt. suggested thi s seemin g waste of p recious r ubber.

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A 1'1.'. WHITEHURST hearty welcome back to the fellows that just returned from Napier Field. And, at the. same time, it's good-bye for a while to the gang that left for Sebring. Corporal. Lounds is back from his furlough and 11sorilethi ng new has been added." Plans for the monthly get to-gether are_being drawn up by Sgt. Boyes and his committee. --FC 0 LT. DES POR TES ur softball team took up the challenge from the Ordnance boys and made them sorry for it. Latest bit of good news is that Cove Gardens will be ready for occupation in ten days. Have you Flqrida tan appearing on the boys from the line? W e understand that the weather forecast for the Rising Sun Isles is bomby and cloudy these days I --KGS 'T' LT. WATKINS first squadron party was quite a and the boys are looking for-. ward to the next dance at the new Rec reation Building to practice up on their lst Sgt. Scott is still blowing his .'Thunder Bird Whistle." .. and it's still a mystery how those lipstick traces appeared on Pfc. Cullen's face at roll call the other -morning Good luck to those recently accepted Cadets, Heflin; Dorow and Young. Nine of the men that have returned from furloug h were accompanied by wedding certificates and r equests for separate rations! --SGC G MATERIEL. unner Moye spent .a pleasant weekend with homefolks in DeFuniak Springs Fla a n d Lf. Lynn returned refreshed. from a visit to Virginia.. Get. your shoes out of your barracks bags and have them in good repair-remember, the TARGET warned you! Sgt. Simmons, how about getting the co-op-eration of the men in your barracks so the whole squadron will be on the line for inspection? Can that be a real feud between a sgt. in our outfit with a new Ford and C pl. M ahon of Hq. over a certain party in Port St. Joe? --TRW T FINANCE Herbie Anderson is counting the days until Carl Brandt returns from his furlough so that he can get home and show the folks in Linfield, Pa., the wonderful sun tan he has ac quired in Florida. Tech Robert Cos tigan wasted no time while on furlough at home in Trenton, he returned a married man. Heartiest congratula-tions, B obby! Frank Clooney's application for officer's training school may yet be approved and we all wish him the best of luck. Joe Hanak's mounting correspondence from the fairer sex makes him #1 Glamour Boy of the outfit! --EB to on his promO"tion to lst Sergeant. The cigars were o.k., but why did you want the l;lands back, Sgt? Pvts. Menendez and helped put out a big fire in Mill ville. seve}'al days back and then received invites to a scavenger hunt. Sgt. Caballero just migrated to Seb ring for an extensive .course in gun. nery. Our softball team shows signs of class . and Pvt. Leto got his fin ger printing experien'ce by holding the hands of Tampa belles. --JB D ORDNANCE an Cupid must be OJ:!.. special duty around. our company Pvt. was married on Sunday, Pvb John srni th is on furlough in N.Y. to be married and Lt. Campbell left Saturday on a leave of absence and will tie the knot back home in Pennsylvania. This week finds Pfc. walk-

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ing on air SHE's on h e r wa y from Ohio, as is Pvt. S cott's wife. The boys on the Landscap e D etail completed the grounds around the orderly room and did a swell j ob of it. --R L S A LT. salute to our new Commandin g Offi cer for his immediate popular-ity and a warm welcome to his associates Lts. Shields and Sarnane k Also, a l oud round of applause to Acting 1st Sergeant John T. Lampros for the manner 1i n which he is handling his difficult duties during the past few weeks. W e are looking forward to the pool table which is soon expected t o g race our Day RQom. And another thing that we can be proud 0f is t h e Red Cross and Insurance record of the outfit. Believe it or not, every man in the organization turned out for softball. A cordial "welcome" to the boys that have just returned from -s s M HEADQUARTERS ajar Frederick M Fleming has bee n assigned to our squadron in an a dmin istrative capacity. G lad to have you with us, Major. Also, welcome, to n e w comers Corporal John L. S a u l s and Pvt. Monts De Oca. You probably all heard about the way our softballers walloped Cap t ain Hoy Gardner's boys, but if y ou didn t see the game, you really miss e d s omething. The final score was 24-2 and e verybody but the mascot played. Who says we can't produce anything b u t c lerks ? Welcome b a c k to Edw ards, Baker, And ers, Lindsly and Barnes,.you didn't .miss anythin g w hile you wer e a w a y except a g ood of liquid F lorida s u n shine. Lt. Watson is pitch i ng a little g ettogether party for us tonite so what say w e all make it our busines s to be there. W e wonder if gunner W T homa s was getting preliminary experience whe n he played for that wedding recently? -W&:L '"'". T 1' tll t SkiGNAL CdORPSb f 1 fVi Os ren o ma e a eaut1 u new mast for h i s boat and went down t o t h e beac h t o _put the mast o n h i s crafty" craft Much to his displeasure, the boat was o n another. unscheduled journey Thi s has happened befor e a nd "Wit11 has asked me to serve notice that the boat is personal property and NOT a Public Utilityt F'ut ure infrac tion s or invasions on his p r ivate property will be severel y dealt with First Sergeant 11Paul Hevere" Kolt has a n awful habit of riding t hroug h the b arracks and wakin g e v e rybody a t see m s to b e the middle o f the night. The sergeant ought to b e put in char ge of all present and future a lert crews. By the way, we notice that S g t Gac esa of t h e Weather Staff has fin ally received his much deserved f o urth str i p e i t was only a matter o f bripging on g ood weather, sergeant, we had your stripe s in our files, butsince you stubborn l y insisted on rain, we n't d o anything as long as you r emained ''all wet.11 MEDICAL .1 he ho spital staff welcomed two new officers this week, 1st Lieutenants Christian and Sollod. A nd while in a greeting m ood, the appearance o f a new poo l tabl e in our recreation room must have gladdened the hearts of our nun er ous poo l "sharks." I ndications are that our barracks will seem mighty empty during the next few weeks. Nothing is quite as joyous as a delayed furlough The detachment finally got an athletic team together, softball, and won their first contest when they n osed out Lt. Des Partes' boys by the score of 7-6. And any of you fellows that want to settle any private feuds. can now check out boxi n g gloves from the s upply room. Our men can now read the "Targettt with a clear consci_ence .. we've paid our bill for May and June. --AK

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E QUARTERMASTER veryone o n the Field will no d oubt be glad to hear that the QM has received the authority to purchase water coolers for each barracks building. An idea of the number of transactions that our purchase and contract dep artment make can be obtained from the fact that they make between 200 and 300 purchases per month, from boats to sandpaper. For the men who feel in the neeQ. of relaxation and can stand the pace, we have a brand new volley-ball court in the back of our barracks. From N. Y. via come reports that three out of four persons on the streets are wearing uniforms. And speaking of furloughs, we notice that our company clerk i s back and once more is behind his desk. The Q.M has finally organized its fire department and thus far, Hall, Gilio, Huchaby, Camp, Jones, Edekar, Lively, Scott, Binion and Ward are all on constant duty. Don't forge t that next week brings with it a May dance . The cleanest motor in any vehicle on the Post is in the staff car of Colonel Moore, who has a driver named Private Ward, and he .really keeps that motor clean! -RKG TYNDALL BOASTS UNUSUAL EXAMPLE OF IN ARMY CAREERS An almost unbelievable example of parallel Army careers exists between two men in Weis' squadron. In addition to their similar Army records the men are alike in physical build and are often mistaken for one another. Both boys come from small towns in Pennsylvania and their enlistment dates are only five days apart. They suffered recruit training together at Chanute Field, both were sent to Lowry Field, Colorado, to attend the same class in Clerical School, and graduated on the same day with the same grade. Upo n graduation from school, these tw o lads were sent to Maxwell Field at about the time that their present organization was being activated and were assigned to it as buck privates. The boys held down "1st seconds" at the same time, and w e r e promoted to the ranks of corporal, sergeant and staff-sergeant on the same orders. There are only five pounds difference in their wei ght, both have $5,000 worth of government insurance and both made the same very high score on their Ar m y classification test! Their f avorite h obby is bowling at which sport they are quite proficient. A local grill is their favorite hangout and as r egular customers there they ver y easily persuade the help to dish them out extra portions of ice crea.m. Their favorite sandwich is a hamburger covered with catsup. A fitting climax to this story would be to tell you that they have similar names, but just to make their tale believable, they haven't, they're quite different, one of the m en is S/Sgt. Bernard Trakimus and the other is SSgt. Robert SkagenberE 100/' INSURED From the student detachment l ast week came the anno u ncement that Personnel Officer Lt. Garrett Rus h had sold every man in Squadron E", Class 4217, ,000 worth of go vernm en t This is the first time that a complete squadron o n Tyndall Field had taken out insurance. Lt. Rush had a difficult t ime persuading one of the students but the student finally acquiesced. Two days later the student was killed in a plane crash while on his way to another field, however, despite the fact that he had not paid one cent, he was fully covered by the insurance and his beneficiary will receive the payments WANT A RIDE TO NEW YORK? Anyone desiring a ride to New Yor k can get in touch with Sgt. Toby Larnuraglia of .85lst Ordnance. The sergeant leaves o n May 4th for fifteen days.

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tJu /f(Jtl RaiL? (A. NW YARDBIRD' S BUCK PRIVATE'S NON-COM' S OFFICEH'S 0 30 30 60 60 90 90 -99 GENERAL: ( 4 points each) l. Row many matches are there in a n ora1nary bo ok of matches? 2 T N T. i s an abbreviation for what word? 3 Identify J. L. Darrow? 4 What is a Sturzkamflieger? 5 What is it that you coo k on, sit in, and eat? SPOHTS: (2 potnt s each ) l Name the man and the sport associated with the following nicknar.es? Leo tbe Lip The Gor geous Greek Slapsie Haxie The Galloping Ghos t The Ange l The Iron } i\'an The Bi g T rain B ig; Bill Ct:Jntleman Jim Wil d B1..1ll o f the Pampas YOUH VOCABlJLARY ( 4: points each) 1. An abalone is 2. A go r aphobir: is 3 . Attar :Ls a. a shell fish. a. a dis', .c u. .. a poisonovs snake. b. a flower. b fear of open co untry. b. a tree. c. a bird. c. a very fat person. c perfume f rom rose 4 Absinthe is 5 An aquamarine is 6 An alewife i s a medicine. a. a b uoy a a wife of a bar-keeper. b a liqu eu r b v. semi-precious stone b a small food-fish. c. a canyon c. a deep -sea diver. c a habitual woman drunkard. GEOGRAPHY: (4 points each) l What is the capital o f Canada'!' 2. Name two countries that have the initials U.S A.rr 3 What country is known as the island continent? 4 is the largest body of water in Nort h America? !::>. Name four states in the u s that begin with the letter W ARMY: ( 5 poj .nts eaer) l How many Corps Areas are there in the United States? 2. If yourright a r m was broken woul d you salute a n officer with you.r left? 3. How does the h i [ ; hest rankine; officer in the f\.rmy attain his position': (No cheatin. on the abov e three, SiltS ) ATTENTION: A free theatre pass will be awarded to the man who sends in the best question and answe r for next Sa t u r d a y s "HO'i'f DO YOU RAT.E'i'' 1 'LL IE DARN EO I J: I DONT SWC .. T THESE QUESTIONS OUT I L OOK AT THE ANSWER.S oN THe SPORTS PA&E

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THE TARIJETTE Y o u buy some flowers for your t able; You tend t h e m tenderly a s you're able; You fetc h the m water from hither a nd thither-What thanks do you get for it all? B O W L I N G B R I E F S As p e r schedule, Q l l the girls that were inte rested i n our new bowling :ea gue met at Mrs last Friday afternoon. The business meeting was v ery successful. e now have a good set of r ules under which to operate: New teams w ere ore;anized and are listed below: Captain-M r s Bane Mrs. Haxwell Mrs. P luenneke fJ!rs. Bristle Mrs. l\Iorrell Captain-Mrs. Morton Mrs. A lcott Hrs. JVJoore Mrs. Brantly M rs. Yates C a ptai.'1 Mrs. Vernocy Mrs. Miller Mrs. Rester Mrs. F o x Capt.-Mrs N i mocks Jflrs. Sin g l eton M rs. Wilkins Mrs. Rigber g J.Ar,s. Bryan It was decided to play only four weeks. This time a picnic is in offing Tuesday, the aforementioned teams and several new members hel d a practi c e session at the alleys. This nevv tournament has every indication of being even more exciting than the last one. The brav1 l begins next Tuesday, at 10:30 L.:,I. promptly. Don't forg;et the penalty for being late! They wither! Samuel Hoffenstei.n. T CROSS l''lhile we w ere at the hendquarters Monday, several b oxes of Army and Nary yaro cam e in, I t 1 s now a race t o see who can be the first to start on a service sveater, socks or helmet. This will b e a g ood chance for newcome r s to (';et the jw:tp on those who are only half-finished with the other yarn. The se1ving room wa s reall y buzzing, 'tho we missed our supervisor, Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Hyndman c arried on beaut i fully for her, finishing the band af;es. T h e y will start o n new garments n ext wee k The attenda nc e wns but t ere's always room for more. '-. \ J COI. OHSSARY COOKING' ) l, \ f BAR BECUE SAlJC F ; (! ,Jake s Combine then h e a t : l cup water j_ c up t omato catsup 2 tables p oo n s pepper sauce 2 tah l eStJOOns wor sauce 1 1 teas,. oon cayenr e cu p slice d onions salt, i f n eeded Is ver y delicious on hambu re;ers or any o f the cheo.pe r -cuts of meat. STRICTL Y CONFIDENTI AL: Before you kill any spiders, call f.Jrs. Blomquist --one put h e r on crutcnes the other day. understand l i f e preserve r s a r e a sor e subject with IErs. Hester. Was t.!-tat nasty old coast guard picking; o n you? I t was nice having JIJr s Tleawish ;ri tn u s last Monday. First we knit for Britain, then Britain knits for us. Bricks were flying on l f acArthur last weelc when everyone decided to build a. barbecue pit at once. l lrs. Pluenneke i s reaping the first rewards of her victory garden--the radishes are really good. l'.'r. Hutchinson is such a patient manl It has been called t o o u r attention that M r s Alcott has been invited to join the Hol y Hollers--!1appy r o llin', J:iTr s A Even after her first-aid course, one of' the e;als thinks b l ood "quacul u t es.11

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The ole Yardbird has sho bin stayin homa u v late. munth w hin a Yardbird c ud sho appreshate (er i s it g lass uv beer an a reddy made sigarett. Kinda wish with only 3 weeks in em. t his is the t i m e uv the d e p r e shate ? ) a g ood col e the y d start rnalcin munths Howe ver, i d i d mana ge ter make the nesessery arranegrnints t e r git ter town over the weekend a n dun met the pu rtiest g;url fergot all aboot bedcheck an rna f ust sgt. had me on the karpet fur it. i b l a m e d it all on m e bein slitely i n e briated an he tole me i hadnt awt ter of got polluted in the f urst place, an i iio l e h im rite back it wuznt in the furst place, i t w u z i n the last place. i w int o n ter esp l ain as how alkaholik beverrer,e s i s detreminta l t e r h o omanitty an the roonashun u v all mankine an i figgered it wuz my dooty as a konchienchus m a n a n a soljer ter drink it u p avmy f rum em. Tha t must ha v e helpet ot a lot on account uv he never made me do nuthin bu t sweep o t t h e Ole Man's orfice fur a week. but i got a chan'ce ter place a li ttel suck s h on with t h e lootenant, so i figge r i aint any off. T h e K lassifikashun sgt. had me 0vur ter the puss:rnell orfise afillin ot sum yaller k ard an he axed me if i had ever had h obb ies, ani tole h im rit e bak i had dun had mumps, chickin pocks a n meesles but i a i n t never had no sich deseas e as h ob bies an i had not nevur heerd t e l l of s ich a ailmint. An thin he a x e d me fur rna civilyan occupashun an i tole h i m i h a d dun everthing frum pickin peas ter bein the dri p :nan on the o l e man's s till, e n fur h i m ter pick ot enny oc c upashun in between em that wuz the eesiest fur h im ter s pell. The E diter an me had a littel chat the othur day an he sayed sum of ma good buddies ovur ter the othur camps vruz a imitatin rna literrary stile. i've heerd tell that imitashun wuz the h i ghest form u v praise, so nacherly i is grateful fur thei r oppinyuns. i kinda wondurs how t h e same esp e r r i ences cud happen ter so minny different fol ks, tho, speshully whin they h aprl i n s t e r me, a n i writes a b oot em f urst. R eckon i'd bettor be again-------The Yardbird (No. l) PAY DAY COMES FOR TH 11The Y ardbird'' steps smartly u p to his Commanding O f f icer, salutes, recei ves his pay, and then proceeds to pay off h i s debts and m ake the r e s t of it last for the nex t thirty days. But does "The Yardbird" eve r stop to think of the work involved before his pay is actually handed ov e r to him? Chances a r e that he never does and neither do you, but just t o g ive y o u a general idea, h ere' s what happens: First, the personnel s ection at headqu arters enters a l l of the necessary i nformation f rom h i s servi c e r e cord onto payroll sheet which i s then sen t u!? to 111'. Ybd's" squadron for his s i gnatur e Then his squadron perso nnel clerk : s send the sheets over to the Finance Office where S/Sgt Johnn y I''arr p i cks it u n off his desk and c;azes a t it in wonderment. But realizinf; that work must done, s /sg t Farr sends the payroll over to the desk of Technician B lazak. D lazak full of' energy hands the dLCplicate copy ov e r to Technician Han a k and they start to work, racing time, t r ying to see who wi l l f inish first and yet get the same answers to the puzzlin B remarks under each man's nam e Blazak, with a g l eam in his eye, has a HEn PENCIL handy for any error s o r incorrect l y written signatures or signat ures, signed on the wron g line s O f c ourse, F'arr o pens one eye occasionally t o seo hov.r t hinr;s a r c coing, over at the T r a vel Department where Technicians Anderson a nd Costigan are wor king he relaxes in his chair md coes back to sleep. H o wever, h e i s a w akened as soon as Blazak and Hanak finish their work and t h e payroll is ready to be checked. All errors a r e corrected a !1d then t)/S c t F a r -r submits the sheets to Lt. Shofner, who gives ':;hem his final approval and u'I'he Yard..:. bird" i s ready to r e ceive his ''letteuce." Amen.

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SOFTBALL In order to plan, organize and car ry through the numerous athletic and recreational activities being consid ered for the coming months, all squadrons are urged to appoint a non-commissioned officer as t heir A & R representative and send his name in to Lt. Thompson or Lt. Kopach at the A & R Office. Competition for the week in the soft ball circuit was limited to three games. Whether the top-heavy scores were due to the inability of the p i tchers to get into proper condition, or to the boys hltting offing t heir p ent up steam with the willow, is hard to determine, but undoubtedly the slugging was terrific. Lt. Watson's pencil pushers went into double figures to convince Captain Gardner's boy's of their superi9rity. The score was 24-2. Ot her scores wer e : Lt. Campbell's batsmen-15, Lt. Engelbrecht's men-3; L t Whitehurst's boys 9 Air Base team-0. GAMES NEXTWEEK TEAMS Capt. Roy E. Gardner Lt. E. Adkins Lt. H. T. Whitehurst Lt. Cletus Keating Jr. Lt. William Marchesi Lt. E.R. Ene;lebrecht Lt. Bruce A. Campbell Lt. Mi1. ton B. Samuels Lt. David H. Fogel Lt. Peter E. Weiss Lt. John A. Des Fortes Lt. Raymond E. Taylor CHESS TI M E Monday 5:00 P.M Tuesday 5:00 P.M Wednesday 5:00 P.M Thursday 5:00 P.M. Friday 5:00 P M Saturday 5:00 P.M All men that are interested in the formation of a chess club will please send in their name and organization to the A & R Office, c/o T/Sgt. Clark. ( BASEBALL Influenced by the numerous questions on the subject, Lt. Thompson, A & R Officer, disclosed to the "TARGET11 that a plan to organize three baseball teams who will compete against one another and also with outside is being considered. The present lack of a suitable playing field and approval of the plan by the necessary authorities are the chie f obstacles. However if there are enough men interested who have ability or experien c e the.Lieutenant will go ahead with the plans if and when they are a.ppr :oved. All men desiring to play basebail are therefore requested to write, rank, organization and previous experience on a slip of paper and turn it in to the A & R Office. BOXING A boxing ring is being constructe d behind Mess Hall #1 and upon its completion a series of inter-squadron competitions will be held there. The A & R Office has just distributed its latest supply of new boxing equipment and the outfits are advised to hold boxing bouts within the squadrons to determine their representatives in the various weight classes. ANSWERS TO ??? Twenty; Joe Louis; German Stuka Dive-Bomber; a stove, chair and food. SPORTS: Leo Durocher Jirn Londos Maxie Rosenbloom Walter Johnson Bill Tilden I?.ed Gran g e Max Baer Lou Gehrig Jim Corbett Baseball Wrestling Boxing Baseball Tennis Football Boxing Baseball Boxing L uis Firpo Boxing YOUR VOCABULARY: A; B; C; B; Ba B. GEOGRAPHY: Ottawa; United States of America and Union of South Africa; Australia; Hudson Bay; Wyoming, vYest Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin. ARMY: Nine; No; By election.

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Teacher: Now, can anyone give me a sentence using the word udiad e:n?" Oliver: "People who drive carelessly across railroads, "diadem sight quicker than those Who drive with c are 11 Clerk: 11 I 1m told that y ou are expect ing a blessed event a t your ho u se_ sir.11 C. 0.: "Yes, m y mother. in-law is 6'-1L1g home soon. REVEILLE NOCTURNE "Whoozat? " Smee. Stime tagettup." 110hell! Swha timesi t? 1 1 "Squarterfour. 1 1 "Uwakyet'? 11 1 1Suriam." Awright. Dondozeoffagin.11 "Awri ght. Iyaint gonna." u zzzzzzZZZZZZ" Life is just one fool thing after another. Lov e is fool thi ngs after each other. Pvt.: "'I 'hat1s a pretty dress you h ave on." G I Stene: "Isn1t it? I just wea r it t o teas.u Med. 0: What are you taking for your cold?'' R ookie: 11Make me an offer." A man wandered into a tennis match and sat d own. "Vlhose he asked. A s hy young thing sitting next to him looked up hopefully : Have you heard about the private in Lt. Des Portes' outfit who went to the CQ and asked for four bits because he un derstood that he was i n charge of quarters? Air Hai d )]arden: "I' m sorry, m a m but your husban d had an accident a nd has been taken t o the hospital." Housewife: 11Gracious! But you frig htened me, I thought that there was s omething wrong with m y black-out.n ''I a m she replied. (Ft. Bragg Reception) 'AND A PINCH OF

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Z/(Jtf Ve !Jot a AJate/ In keeping with the present trend towards bigger and better quizzes, Tyn dall's own entry into the "Thirst for Knowledge" race will g o on the air for the first time this Monday evening at 7:30P. M over WDLP. Boasting a board of experts that w o uld be a credit to any of the big-time quiz broadcasts, the production will be styled after the famed "Informat ion Please" show. The four experts will consist of the Field's fuvorite character, T H E YARDBIRD," S/Sgt. Harold Price, S/Sgt. Ernest Stone and Panama City' s p o pu l a r Pvt., Jimm y Crowell. These four information fountains will be asked to answ e r all questions fired at them or pu r ct1ase two 10 War Savings S t amps for eve r y query they fail to answer. Any expert that volunteers an answer that is incorrect will be obliged to purchase one 1 0 : var Savings Stamp for every two h e misses. The show will be broadcast from the new USO Building on Harris on Avenue and the men at Tyndall are u r g ed to be present for an evening of s pontaneou s fun. The aua1ence will be asked t o volunteer the a nswers to any questions that stump the experts. Prepared with the purpose of providing entertainment and interesting information, credit for the idea and work on the pror;ram goes to Pfc. Guy II. Grant and Pvt. Jerome Flacks, announcer and quizzer of the show res under the sponsorship of I1:a j or Shipman. :\lthouf; h this week saw the Yanks bomb the japs, General r.1arshall and Harry Hopkins return from London and Laval promoted to a position that kes him virtual dictator of the present French regime, these. three nmvs items fade into oblivion when compared. to the iHar Department communi que that plans are being made to serve lemonade to American soldiers in the trop ics. The F rench poilu may have his wine, the Br itish Tom:71y his beer, but the Yank_ gets his k ick" from l,ernonade mOVIES FOR THIS WEEK R I T Z SUNDAY, MONDAY, April 26-27 "To Be Or Not T o Be" Carole Lombard Jack Benny TUESDAY, ilffiDNESDAY, April 2 8-29 ''1Vhat' s Goo kin''' Andrews Sisters Gloria Jean THURSDAY, FH ID! S April 3 0, May 1 ''The Lad y Has Plans" Paulette Goddard Ray !1l i 11 and SATURDAY, i v lay 2 "Land of the Open Hange'' Tim Holt Fly by N i ght" R ichard Carlson Nancy Kelly LATE: SHOW SATURDAY Nit1HT 'Gentlemen After Dnrk" Hiriam Hophns Brian Donlevy SUNDAY, lot-JDAY, April 26-27 "Eemarkable Andrew William Holden Elle n Drew 2 8 '' Saddle Mountain Houndu p Range B t sters WEDNESDi '.Y T!WJISDhY, A pril 29-30 "i'Teekend in Havana" ltlice faye Carmen !.1iranda John Payne FRI DJLY, SATURDAY, May 1-2 Outlaws of. Cherokee Trail" T hree 11I'OU1" and a Jill" Ray Bolr;e r Ann e Shirley