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J l e Vol. I No. 17 Army Air Forces G unnery School, Tyndall Field, Fla., May 16, 1942 OFFICERS A11POINTED M:r:. Robert N. Lankford, newly appointed warrant officer, who will assume dtJties a s Tyndall's Chief Clerk. TYNDALL MEN IN\/ITEO TO PtLOT C L U B DANCE Coleman Sachs and his s wing orches tra. will be featured at the dance which will mark the formal opening on Saturday evening of the Long Beach Casino, located near Panam a City Beach. The popular dance orchestra will come f rom Birndngham for the occasion. The dance is sponsored by the Panama City Pilot Clubp and the soldiers o f Tyndall Field have been invited to attend. There wUl be a small cover charge of $.45p and the dance will b egin a t 9:00 p M. The appointment a t Tyndall Fie'ld of four warre.nt officers was announced here Wednesday by the office of the Adjutant General, W ashington, D. c. One of. the was the Post Sergeant Major, M/Sgt. R o bert N Lankford. The others were T /Sgts. Roy Van Slyck, Henry s. Torrence and Frederick Boyd. The men c onstitut e the first such officers to be a ppo inted at Tyndall Field. Lankford was tran sferred to this Field on June 10, 1941, from Maxwell Field, Ala., where he served for a time as first sergeant of the Headquarters .Squadron and in many other capacities. A native of Virginia, Mr. Lankford has served in the Army for nine years. As Sergeant Major at Tyndall Field, he has come t o be recognized as one o f the most capable administrators on the Post. Mr. Van Slyck and Mr. Torrence' held important positions o n the line as as sistant flight chief and technical inspector, respectively. The day on which Van Slyck received notification of his a ppointment was quite propitious for him. It was not only his birthday. but he also r eceived notice o f his a ppointment t o an officers' candidate school o n t h e same day. He left on Friday f o r t h e Miami school. Mr. Boyd is a native of Dothan, Ala. a nd has had nine year s service in the Army. H e was a key non-commissioned officer in the corrununications office and has now been assigned to assist the Post Communicati ons Officer.

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President Roosevelt has designated Sunday. May 17, 1942, as 111 Am an American Day," and requests that all who have become "of age" during this past year, be saluted on that day. Salutedl Why? Because they h ave officially become CITIZENS of the grandest country on the face of this globe. It is an honor and a privilege, to be a citizen of the EOOd old U. S. A. There is hardly any other greater honor that can be bestowed upon mankind than the honor of citizenship in the U. S. A. America with all her traditions, with all her glorious past history, with all her honorable present, stands alone towering above .all other nations. She is And. what makes her so? It is men like YO'l' who come from t h e East and from e the West, from the North and from the South, from the plains and fro m the mountains. Men who love America and who are willing to give their all to her, including their lives, if necessary. A.1neri ca Salutes YOU 1 and welcomes you as a CITIZEN. As America salutes you$ may you stand erect with shoulders up, chests out. and eyes shintng clear and and return that this c!ay renew your allegiance. squared chins salute and on It is great to be an AMERICAN! MONDA"'{ Nt('E' SHoW 70 W\VE
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TECHNICAL SERGEANT BALENTINE MAJOR CARNAHAN One of the oldest landmarks at Tyn-The staff officer in charge of plans dall Field, which is not quite a year and training at Tyndall I<'ield is Major old, is Technical Sergee .nt William L. Tho mas B. Carnahan, who began at the Balentine, who was one of the first tender age of four his long civilian fifteen men sent to Tyn d all Field last career as a stage, screen, and radio summer from Mar,vell Field, A l a actor. Upon cornin g to T yndall, S e r geant Bal-The Major has had a large amount of entine was made chief messag e center ve duty i n the Army and has s erved clerk. On Februar y l, 1942, he was i n many capacities. Although very promoted staff to technical ser-fond of military .life, he intends to e;eant and shortly thereafter was made return to the stag e when the present assistant post sergeant major. Last national emergency is over. Friday he was assigned to the office As S-3 of Colonel Maxwell's general of the of Training. staff, he is responsible for the plans The Serl.eant grew up and was edu-and training activities of the Post ce.ted at Florence, Ala. Following his other than those that conie under the graduation from high school in 1 935, direction of the Department of Train-he was a salesma.n for four years. H e ing He worked out the original ache-e enlisted e.t Maxwell Field in 1939 and dule of training for the Air Base Grrup. was made a clerk the Air Corps Ta.cHaving soldiered with the Cavalry, tical School. He later attended. the Field Artillery, and Infantry both as Air Corps Technical School, Lowry Field, a n officer and an enlisted man, the Colo., and returned to Montgo8ery as Major has a soun d foundation for his publications distribution clerk for present d uties. SEACTC. He also did squadron personnel Before coming to Tyndall Field on work at the Alaba.t!lS. training c enter. Dec. 11, 1942, Major Carnahan was as-During the time Sgt. Balentine ser-sistant commandant of the Army Aerial ved here as/ch}ef message center clerk School, Coral Gables, Fla. \and\ as/ assistant sergeant major, he He is married and has en eleven month orkers on the Post. He is day to become a candidate for pilot proved of efficient old son, whom the Major expects some I I / and __ E a s t __ B a y __ Brt __ ._d_g_e_. ______ t r _ a i n _.i_ n g __ ______ Hajo,. R.R. Waush is promo feel. --.__: to Lt. Colonel ,....J \ \"

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Published e-ver y Satu r day b y the Public Relations Office, AAFGS T yndall Field, Fla. PUBLIC RE;I.A TIONS OFFICF!R Captain Ammon M cClellan A S S T T O P R OFFICER Sgt. Jack.Parks ART WORK Sgt. O r a l L e dbette r Pvt. E rnes t K e nton Pvt. Carl B Len gerich REPR ODUCTION STAF F T / S gt. W oodrow V'{. Busby S/9g t H e n r y D Vest Cpl. H a rold S p e c k P fc. F r a ncis Churchil l Pfc ; John W ebs ter P f c Chad,.ric k Starrett P v t Price Terry Pvt. J o s e ph Ti e rnan COMMANDING Col. W A Maxwell COLUMNISTS S/Sgt. Dewey H Gossett an d 'l'he Y ardbird SEC1Y T O P. R. O F FICER M i s s R o b e rta Gammon PHOTOGHAPHIC OFFICE.11 2nd L t J osep h D i ckerman SQU ADHON REPO RTERS Pfc. James i h llis Pvt. R o be r t L S c o t t Pvt. SaL'1 M a r otta Pvt. S a muel S c hun Pvt. William iYalker S gt. R o bert K a rrick EDITOR Pfc. A r nold Milgaten ASSOCIATE E D ITOR Pfc. Samiof PHOTOGRAHTIC STAFF' T/Sgt. R ober t T h o mpson Cpl W illia m Castle Pfc. John Mitchell Pfc George Neitzert Pfc. Harry H a ylock J ohn Pvt. Edwin Marsh Pvt. R alph S t einer P v t Charles Brooks Pvt. J o s ep h La ney Pvt. James Birdsall Sgt. Raymond Young C pL Paul M c Cormick 0 "'

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Three of Tyndall's cera tried their at "K. P." the her night, and the s t Photog1'apher relly missed a Eood "shot" when he passed up the picture of Major Clarvoe,Lt. Slater with their sleeves rolled up unpacking the glassware, for the Officer's Mess Club They say that Asst. Post Adjutant, Lt. Brantley, can cut a rug with the best of them .. Lt. Carson is reputed to have quite a "line" when it comes to telephone conv e rsa.tiom; . What's this about Lt. Bainsley's "Queen Bee11 buzzing off and becoming Lt. Shield's honey? . They're contemplating c hanging the name of a local bevera[;e bar to the "Junior Offj cars' Club" The boys in the P. R. O ffic e got the b est laugh of the week a s they watched a rather shy soldier into their office, salute Capt. McClellan, reel off his name, rank and 3eria.l number a n d ask for his supplementa.ry pay! (P.R occupies former Fi nance Office) Major Heilich's gift to former M/Sgt. Lankford was a larger and thicker pencil . We wonder how Lt. R awson is going; to solve his "tiring" p r oblem? . That was quite a speech made by Capt. Howell over the radio t h e other night--we felt the tremors over here . And speaking of speeches, our Lynn Haven "Mayor'', Lt. Burkehart, is certainly practicing up for a grueling campaign .. The wives (1 each) of Capt. McCulloue;h and Lt. Burkehart do not approve of past-midnite fishing trips for their husbands . It is rum ored that Lt. Kopach is scheduled to be the Field's new swimming Lt. Lawson, recently the phy s ed. i nstructor for the students as a cadet, wa3 wel comed into the off'icers11 ranks last wee k Lt. Johnson is reputed to b e the leader of a. newl y formed 11prchi bitionist11 group among the younger officers . D o n t forget the AER Fundt or Dewey H., i s a.f'fe ctionat;e1y known, deserted t h e bachelo r ranks l a s t Thursday nigh t and himself a better half--the f otmer l.'i..3s Vivian Hollin gswo rth of Knox:ville, Terw. The w a s held at Chap l ain McClelland' s home an d the c ou ple lef t o n the f'oll::nvine; morning for a three-

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LT. MARCHESI fond "au revoir" to lst Sgt. Rex Terrell who is leaving us for a new assignment. Welcome to S/Sgts. Shep pard and R obertson and g ood luck to the men who have to join the Materiel outfit. Also, greetings to our new "Top Kick", Sgt. Niolon. Our new squadron Post Office is a killer-diller, which reminds us that our "Murderers Row" returns from fur lough next week, so look out, softball schedule! --!:!S S MATERIEL Bernard t oo k the fatal step .. Conf ;ratulations, S.er 'geant, on your ma-trimonial venture. Supp l y Sgt. Cartwright is on furlough . I'll bet he stopped over at Malvallo, Ala. Pvt. Chisholm seems to have the candy-bar situation well in hand . and our nomination for the quietest boy in the outfit goes to Pvt. Perry. Pvt. !11enendez is htmnting a local restaurant can it be the food? The outfit is sending out a call for pug;ilists so that we can challenge the othe r s quadrons. --SM ORDNANCE ...., ongratulations to all the men who received Technician ra ting;s .. All we need now is someone to explai n them t o us. We're waiting to see how our Lt. Bell looks in his "whites" . Bet he'll make the girls 1 hear.ts flutter! PICTUEE OF THE VIEEK: Our officers pedallint; fast and. furiously to and from the orderly r oo m on their "G.I." bicycles. Pvt. Salomon is planning to take organ lessons nnd with his musical talent he should make a g oo d or.g:anis t. Congrats to Pvt. Davis on his excellent singing in the Chapel. --RIS ,..... LT. KEATING best of luck to 1st Sgt. Littell on his recent appointment to Officers' Candidate School. Sg;t Barbier is scheduled to take. Littell's place a nd we all hope he makes g ood at h i s n e w job. C pls. 0. E Frazier and A J Furr Pfcs. H.L. Eversole and w R. Hammett, and Pvts. Gruber, Guidry, and Har tley have recently returned from Philly. Cpl. Faircloth has also returned from D. S. --BK 1l'r P E N CIL PUSHf.;RS .JI'.ee ping u p with the fellows who are comin g e .nd going these days is a n almost impossible task, but we have no-ted tha t Joe Mansfield and W alter Pa.r -e ker are back and have alread y been transferred to another outfit. Note to 1st Sgt. Asbury: 'Ne know o f several fellows who would be w i l ling to p u t g:rass on our lawns . if some o n e would give us the go -ahead signal. Somebody must have figured that w e were in bad shape, putting the dispens ary so close to us w e certainl y could use more of those "board walks" couldn't we, fellows? --JIN IW"\ 84 6 Til QUAR outfit enjoyed the visit o f Mr. Donaldson, the father of Pvt. Dona l d son. Say, Buddy, try writing home mor e often and keep the folks at h ome at ease. More of us should take heed. It's not a bad idea. Pvt. Olden Smith t hou gh t that he had seen a l l of the latest gadgets until he was issued a service gas mask last week. Smitty has -been absent becaus e of illness and w e're all g l ad t o see h im back. Our sincere than k s to the Red C r oss for their supplement to our D a y R oo m a radio and p hono grap h machine ver y g oo d c ompany these lonely evenings. Pvt. Winston, on e of y our f r i e nds say s that you would do well to stop saying "I eat fire." Remember that there are some better checker players around and they are real "FIRE PUTTER (Ask Gaylord. ) We don t like to mention the names of those "sharpshooters", but they c ertainly aren't in Sgt. Allen's

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TARGETTJiJ + RED CROSS The officers at the Vi siting Officers' Quarters profited from our meeting last Monday. All fingers were busy finishing curtains. By the way, an amazing number of fingers were lacking this time. Don't forge t it's still Monday, 1:00 to 4:00 P.M. No one yet has s tarted on the Army-Navy yarn. The only requirement is to finish the other yarn first. Ther e was much work and little talking done. The girls didn't disclose any dar k secrets, therefore the colunm is slight. J3 J3 r; ,.-" Bowling Results CJ'W. you can Won Lost do as Ivlrs. Pluenneke and Mrs. last Thursday. Morton 6 2 Bot h were penalized 10 pins for tardi ness and both Bane 5 3 rolled a strike o n their first balls. All v.as forVernocy 4 4 given. Tuesday's tussle was quite c on genial, with Nimocks 1 7 all teams ma.rking a won one lost one. On Thursday, Highest Score of the however, t-wo teams w on two and two teams lost two. Week: Mrs. Pluenneke. !J'Jhil e a certain captain was vacationine;, her team finally crashed through. Lookin g at the present scores it seems vnlikely that we'll have a repetition of the last tournament's tie-up. Anything can happen in six games, as has been proven. Remember! Wit h only a week left in our tournament, the excitement is running high, so come down and bowl or Any of you who would like to celebrate with the victors and mour n with the losers at our picnic immediately following the last day of play, are invited. T he only credential is a twenty-five cent piece paid to Mrs. Pluenneke, the T reasurer. The picnic particulars will be published later. PINEA PPLE SALAD 3/4 cup s weet mil k 2 Philadelphia cream cheese 1 pt. cream whipped l cup mayonn a ise Soak gelatine in cold water; heat p ineapple juice, add atine and let cool. Mix sweet milk with cream cheese, add and place in refrie;erator. Serve on crisp lettu You don't have to we.tch the pins to tell when Mrs. has a. spare. Just watch for a at her ear. *** We're all glad know that Mrs. Nelson and Skippe r are ge tting alo ng fine. *** Mrs. Blomquist is also among the ailing who are improving. * Those who didn't g o to the Field Chapel le.st Sunday missed having their pictt:.res taken. Cha plain McClelland had his movie camera functioning. Jus t checkin g up, Chaplain? *** We h ope you finall y get settled in a nice house Mrs. Somervell. *** Hester will have to decide between swimming and bpwling. She got such a bad sunburn M onday she had to miss bowling. *** We're all going t o miss Mrs. R i gbe r g when she goes home to her sister's w edding. *** What did yo u get for Mother's Day Mrs. Pluenneke'? *** Bristle' s cocker. Dina., is untrue to her f our-foot ed friends. When Mrs. Bryan's Scottie, General MacArthur hides from his mistress, Dina points him for her.*** Paging M rs. Class. We've missed 'her lately. *** Ail>welcome visitor at our bowling meet was W .rs. Kevan, former star and our only southpaw.

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I U-/lLI/ 'J)/CV f'/ 1 VIV v 7 r NON-COM'S SOMETHING TO SHOOT:;: Major Clarvo.e' s OFFICER'S 0 30 30 60 60 90 90 99 score for this qui was "7 3 I GENERAL: (4 points each) SPORTS; (5 points each) 1. Don Giovanni is: a poem by James l In what w eights did the following Whitcomb Riley; a painting by da. Vinci; champions hold their crovm---heavy, or an opera by Mozart? middle, welter, light, 2. What was the aggregate w eigh t of feather, bantrun: Maxie Rosenbloom, the Dionne quintuplets at b irth: 15 Kid Chocolate. Benny Leonard, Jack lbs. 6 ozs.; 13 l bs. 6 ozs.; 14 l bs. Johnson. and Jack S h a r k ey? 6 ozs. '? 2 Was Gene Tunney ever the light-3. Which of the following D ewey11s heavyweight champion o f the world? was an United States Admiral--Thomas. 3. /In 1934. Columbia went to the John, George 1 o r Mel vil? Rose Bowl to play Stanford---iVho was 4. Name 4 of the 5 f l ags that have the vi etor? flown over the state of Florida. 4. Who was the last Leaguer to 5. Which of the fcJllowing do y o u hit 1140011 or better i n the past 10 associate "Decalogue" with---Napoleon, years. Moses, or King Solomon'! ARMY: (5 points each) 1. wpat is an .A.rmy ratio n ? 2. If an Officer approached you and asked for the lOth General O r der. what would you say? 3. In what year was the select i v e service created? ATTENTION: A free theatre pass w ill be awarded to the man who sends in the best question and answer for next Saturday's "HOW DO YOU RATE" GEOGRAPHY, (4 points each) 1. Is San Francisco. Los Angeles, or Sacramento. the capital of California? 2. Which is the larger continent, South lunerica or Europe? 3. Where is the 11roo f of the world" located? 4. In what continent are the greatest falls in the w orld located and what is their name? 5 In what countries c an the following cities b e found: Ankara, Delhi, Mecca, and F'loren c e? Y O U R VOCABULARY ( 4 points each) 1. Dash-pot is a 2. Deciduous is a 3. Darter is a a. cylinder. a b irch tree. a bird. b. enormous urn. b. p i n e tree. b. pygmy dart. c. dog. c. holly txee C o poor trader. 4. Dendrite is a 5 Deli an problem is a 6 Demurrage i E : '-' a. mineral. a. medice. l problem. a. b. b. mathematical n b ruinous act. c. cable. c. politi c a l 11 C o compensation. ... .... ,. ; f!' '... A --1 ... .,. ., ... ... i i ... -._,.-I i' ' i-:.; r,.-, i.} i i::. \ 1_J . ''' ... .. .. .. .. .... ... ....... '\... : .. '/: ; ...... : : t.: : .... t ... ; : : : e

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Seg: G reat Day ---the ole Y ardbir d don't kno j est how i feels rite now. i i s kind uv konfused whut with a l l these hear rekru t e s an now pussynell cmnmin in sew suddin 1 ike, thtW is handed o t preem o shuns so p l en nyful they i s dun putt rna name o n the b'ullet.ing board an syaed i g i ts a r a ise i n pay. use ter be af'tur rna inshur::mce an insidintulls wuz tuk ot i only had aboot 9 quarts l eft, but now i eckspecks ter have a small amount uv kash on h and at ,all times---w hich is a mi ty kon venient I wuz purt y m u c h overjoyed aboot the hole thinG an p assed ot seegHrs(uv coarse 111a g ood buddies saved the rappers off''n e m an i sint off fur e. loos-3 powder compack; i dont k n o whut that 1.5 bu t it l ooket awful purty, an i 'm gointer give i t ter the pu rty gurl whut typeri tes ovur at the d eportment uv trayning)an i bawt all rna r,oo d buddies a bottle of regal pop an jest kind uv sellebratec in ginneral. figgered i t vruz t ime i sot a p r eemoshun on accou n t uv thim bustin me oi'f'n ma 6 t h klass speshalt;.st last Febyouwary; but i areckin the only reeson they rat ed m e w u z o n account uv they felt sorry furme bein in the klass with tr.e rekrutes. anyhow i is mi ty gratef u l fur the man's rekonishun 11v ma hiddin talints. i sho is. S ur.d y e veni n i tuk a. mity p u rty r;url o t ter the beech ter see the Karnival. they had lots uv interess tin stu. f f w e road the flyin h.rs a n the ferris whele an i chunket baseballs at bottles an w u n hu r a walkin stick an a a s h tray whicht m a i d hur m:i.ty happy an she sho raised my m orale away up whin she s h owed her preshashun. thin we wint ovur ter see the octerpuss. i wuz go 1.n-cer s how off an feed him sum peenuts but he grabbed me w ith wun uv his feelers an l iket ter drug me in the cage with h im. i nevu r let o n ter hu r that i vmz skeered b u t i made up rna mine rite qwik that i wud not n evur fee d anothur octerpuss no peemJts. I had bin kinda wunderin how c u 1 n t h e s h u shine b oy s on the main nevur did mess with me like thoy did the r e s t u v rna g o o d buddies; an the othm evenin i wuz in t h e mark i t fur a gud shine an wuz easin e.l ong Harrisne; ave. waitin fur wun uv thim ter approach me, but i nevur had n o luck. so finally i got kind uv impatient an axed wun uv t h im f u r a shine a n he looket a t rna numbur l2s an sayed Boss i jest wants a partime job, not n o lifetim e contrackt.-----1 reckirl i'd better be a g oin-----The Yardbird(No. l) PARA GRAPHS The sudden drop in rubber stocks 'Nill soon result in falling socks, For i n this la.nd of, trade and b arte r Where "''ill a fellow find a g;ar t e r'r 1-.nd what 1 s a far more serious hurdle Where will a Eirlie get a girdle? How c a n she ever hope t o fetc h A man whe n minus her t wo-way stretch. To warm cold feet, please tell me what 'll Replace the old hot water bottle? And ther e are several serio u s slants On babies robbed of rubber pants It als o seems that since thi s Lessen ing of things elastic, It takes a g reat deal m ore o f skill To try to stretch a dollar bill. --Paul Titus. EXTRA TARGETS I t has beer!. considered impractical, economically and otherwise, to print a copy of the "TARGET" for every man on the F ield. The present method has been to distribute approx im ately one copy for every three men in a squadron. Howevar. we realize that quite a few of the boys have been in the ha .bi t of sendin g their copies of the "TARGET" to t he folks back h o me, and in order t o t a k e care of any shortag e that may arise because of this or any other 1 sit u a tion, we wish t o announce that extra copies of the "TARGET" maJr be obtained FRF.;E OF CHARGE by calling for same at the Public Relations Office. 7Ae A.E.R. needs '/OU,. Help Tocla.yTo Help fou Tofilor,.owJ

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SOFT-sA-LL A new softball schedule has been released by the A & R Office and for t h e first time, gaines for Sunday afternoons have been listed. This move was made in order to eliminate ''byes" and also because several squadrons could not fi.eld a c .omplete team en week-days. TEM.".S Capt. Roy E. Gardner Lt. Cletus Keating Jr. Lt. H. T. Lt. John A. Des Partes Lt. Raymond E. Taylor Lt. E. R. Englebrecht Lt. William Marchesi Lt. Milton B. Lt. Bruce A Lt. David H Fogel Lt. Peter E Weis Capt. Roy }';. Gardner Lt. Raymond F'. liatson Lt. Joseph E. Adkins TIME Monday 6:15P.M Tuesday 6:15 P.M. Wednesday 6:15 P.M. Thursday 6:15 P.M. Friday 6:15 P.M Saturday 6:15 P M Sunda y 3:00P.M. 6:30A. M --Mas:: ... Chaplain Finnerty 8:00A.M. --Mass . Chaplain Finnerty 9:00A.M. --Sunday Schoo l . Chaplain Hilson 10:00 A.M. --Morning Worship .. ''Christieni ty and Americanism" Chaplain 8:00 --Evening Worship ... "Christian Living in the Present Day Crisis" Chaplain Wilson WEDNESDAY, MAY 20th. 7:30 ..... Bible Study H our THURSDAY, MAY 21st. 7:00 F.1l .............. Fellowship C l ub 130XINGThe rains came to Tyn d a l l Field last1 Wednesday and washed away wha t was to be a gala openi ng of the Fiel d s b o x ing prog ram. Six bouts in v arious wei gh t classes were scheduled f o r the new outdoor ring. The lighting s y stem had been checked and the phctogxe.phers were ready, but the last min ute heavy dew" forced the postpo nemen t of t h e matches until Wednesday at '7: 45 P M BOUTS WEIGHT Pvt. Geo. B. Sheppard 134 lbs Pvt. G. J. Rabideaux 1 3 3 Pvt. Joh n E. Lee 157 lbs. Pvt. L. c. Earnest 15 0 ,, Cpl. A J. CinC.ric 16 5 lbs Pvt. Grady Pugh 16 3 II Pvt. Emmett Camp 17 5 lbs. Pvt. Lewis Edwards 17 2 Pvt. James Goode 1 8 0 lbs. Pvt. o J. Dearing 179 It Pvt. Gale Barlow 1 88 lbs. Pvt. G. L. Godfrey 187 fJ ANSWERS T0 o I I GENERAL: Opera by Moze.rt; 1 3 lbs. 6 ozs.; Geor ge ; Spanish, French, B ritish, Confederate States of Americ a United States of America; Moses. SPORTS: Light-heavy, Feather, L i ght, Hee .vy, Heavy; Yes; Columbia; Ted Williams, Boston American. ARMY: The allowance o f foo d f o r the reeding of one person for one day; "To salute all officers and a l l colo r s and standards not cased, Sir''; 1 917. GEOGRAPHY: Sacramento; Tibet; S outh America; Africa, Victoria Fe..lls; Tur key, India, Arabia, Italy. YOUR VOCABULAHY: Cyl inder; Birch Tree; Bird; Mineral; Math ematical prob lem; Compensation.

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I "How do chorus girls get sables'?'' "The same way sables get sables. II I He: "I prayed for you last night. II She: ''Next time telephone. !I Question: does a cowboy die with his boots on?" Answer: 11So that he won't stub his toe when he kicks ,the bucket. 11 A telephone pole never hits an automobile except in self defense New Circus Actress: rrYou sir, this is my first job in a circus. You better tell me what to do to keep from mak ing mistakes." Manager: "We 11, dress in front lady." don't ever unof the bearded "I get a strange feeling every time you kiss me." 1Well, I' 11 try to keep my hands behind my back, then." Stalin is famous for his cavalry regiments; Hitler for his panzer divisions; Mussolini for his "Help lfvanted11 columns. We're givring our all for vietory But when this d--war is over, A.nd the ,Japs are laid in clover, still be pullin1 Som. e girls long for wealth or fame, Or an alliance with a front-pag e name While some would see their name in lights And draw huge crowds an opening nights. Some would emulate Pavlova, Or skim, like Sonya, the white ice over, Others would like to author books, Or head a list of the nation's cooks, I've no such lofty aims in view. There's just one thing I l ong to do. I wish I could toss my back veranda From here . t o there--like Carmen Miranda --A c Robe r tson this. d--..:. K. P.! ( S. Schun) I 'y' OU M AY 1"AKE: M E HCIN\E: I WHE'RE' PO )'OU J..IVE' ., ..,;:::

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J/ /J;;el!e/;il IJ: j!ll7fA novel means of keeping himself in cookies and cakes has been devised by Private Milo R. Chamberlain, of Chanute FieldJ Illinois. Recently the Coffeyville Journal in Kansas_ received a letter from Private Chamber lain, that the followine; adM vertisement be inserted in the paper' s classified section: 11Wanted: Good baker of cookies cakes and pastries. To apply, send 1 rge samples.11 Quiz r,ames are all right, but there is not much place for them in the serious business of training aviators fo!' Uncle Sam. So thinks Thomas Wildes, of' the Army Flying School a.t Lubbock. Texas--although he'd rather forget the whole idea. The other dHy he picked up the radiophone mike in the control tower at the Field and asked the name of a cadet leading a. formation overhead. "Guess," came the reply. The Majo1 was plenty ho tuntil he learned he wo.s really talking to Aviation Cadet Roy Guess! Private 'ifong was in Citizens of Turtle Creekt Pennsylvania, were having their tioubles. Several weeks ago George Wong, Turtle Creek's favor ite laundryman, had enlisted--and he'd been whisked off to camp before he had a chance to clear his shelves. Nobody else was able t o deci phr his le. ndry markings, and his customers' appeal through the Red Cross and USO to his commanding officer at Fort McClellan, Alabama, finally got him back in Turtle Creek on f ,urlough--so he could get their laundry back: to them! OFF/CERS (/t//Z PLAIVAIE.O The Public Relations Office announces that a radio quiz program for Tyndall's Officers has been scheduled for Wednesday evening at 8:05 P.M. over WDLP. The board of "experts" will include Lt. Burkehart, Lt. Powers, Lt. Tannen and Lt. Hobin. MDVIES FOR. TtfiS wfeK R I T Z SUNDAY, MONDAY, May 17-18 "Courtship of Andy Hardy" Mickey Rooney TUESOI\.Y, May 19 "Joan o f Pari s Michele Morgan Pau l Henreid WEDNESDAY, May 20 "You're Telling Me" H e rbert THUHSDAY, FRIDAY May 21-22 The Invaders" Leslie H oward Raymond Massey Lau rence Olivier SA'fURDAY May 23 "Co d e o f the Outlaw" Tom Tyler Bob Steele ''Fiesta 11 LATE SHmY SATURDAY l.ITIGRT "Bashful Bachelor Lum and Abne r PANAMA SUNDAY, MONDAY, May 1'7-18 "Alway s I n M y Heart" Kay Francis Walter Huston TUESDAY, May 1 9 "Gh ost Town Law" Roug h Riders Y'IEDNESDAY, M a y 20 "Suspicion" Cary Grant Joan Fontaine THUR.SD A Y, May 21 "Pa.re ,chute Battalion 11 Robert Preston N a.ney Kelly F'RIDAY, SATUHDI\Y, May 22-23 11Bor n to Sing;n Virginia Weidler "The Devils Trail" )


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