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' I:1'. CBARLU P. BRUIIIIIk is the man at Tyndall to whom haa. been assigned the difficult taak of trana. formi.ng the desert ar ot the tleld into a flowering oasis. Landscaping is no nove:lty to the Lieutenant, tor he comes hom a family ot famous florists in C'inofzma,.. ti, Ohio. Lt. Brunner and his. crew have earned the admiration &Dd respect of all tho .. who have watched them at their tedious work. ------------------HIGH RAIIIITO DU1CB EPl'llCDIJ ftlnt-Major General L H Vm OTeJl\1 hlpe.t r&Dking officer ot the aoy:all Kethr lands A:nq in the tr.s ...,.. t: a'()Df)r ed guea:t ot Colonel llaxwell aid 'lpldall Field on Thursda.y. lDe ludied: in the General' a party are r Lt. C:olouel G 'ie.belJ laval P")yiq ()tficer Broesder, L:t Arena J Va&Ddrig Peaman, .tonaer head ot the Royal Air Line: a and S:gt JlaBid:lpt Backgrounds of Africa" is to be the subject of a lecture by Mr. A. R' Dayton when he speaks at Tyndall Field on Friday. Jlr. Dayton's lecture is part of the Army's Orientation Course and all military personnel are requested to attend the. talk. Pending fair weather, the lecturt be held at the Boxing Ring area in the rear of Mess Hall #1. Further details will appear in the daily bul letin. Mr. Dayton is a native-born American citizen (third generation). Prior to 1921, when as a mere youngster he work ed his way around the world throu, gh forty-two countries, he served with the American Army of O ccupation Germany. During the next eighteen years, lb'o Dayton devoted his time to foreign trade and world travel. He became pr-esi. dent of "The Export Corporation" in New York and Los Angeles. He lived abroad for nine years and has come to be recognized as an authority on ttJ,. economic and political conditions, habits, customs, business folk-lore, languages, life and pe.op 'lta of South America, British and Portugef e East Africa, the Congo, Uganda, tl'fe Sudan, Egypt, Palestine, India &l'ld th.e Near East. tJ.I. ARII1 AIR PORCIS NEEDS SPICIALIS '!S An estimated 100,000 skilled men ar.e urgently needed by the A:rmy Air Forces tor immediate duty. Tyndall F.ield will accept enlistments ot qualified men who d:eaire t o be stationed in this area.

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A MARINE TELLS YOU "Tell it to the Marines"---that derisive saying is being turned aro u nd and a Marine is telling you, soldier. Private Thomas Sudden, U.S. Marine Corps, in a letter to a San Diego paper, comments, "The man w h o is too dumb to give a thought to God is too dumb to be a good soldier." To those who say that "men without religi o n make the best soldiers", Private Sudden retorts .vi th an irreverent "Phooey' l They advance as the reason f o r their opinion that "irreligious men pack a 'don't care' spirit which turna out to be a valuable asset under fire. "On the contr ary", the Marine exclaims, "that attitude has more of the sneak-earmarks of the "Rising Sun" than it does of the glorious traditions of "The Star Spangled Banner." I go into battle I'd rather be alongside a buddy who has more fear of God and less of men and bu llets. The man w ho is too dumb to give a tho u g h t to God is too dumb to be a g ood soldier. At l e a st, the American kind of soldier." Private Sudden goes on to tell of those h e r oes of World War I who wer e not afraid, either of the enemy of afraid to be Christians. They fought gloriously, giving up or risking their lives at every moment. We need not remind you further of their deeds. The pages of history are alive withthem---of Joyce Kilmer and Father Duffy of the '!Fighting 69th", o f Sergeant York---brave, fearless before danger, but humble before God. "OUR NATION' S PRAYER" by Reve r en d Francis c. Young "Oh, Lord, a sacred peace we craves Fo r this, with all our leaders brave we pray that Thy Almighty Hand will guard and guide our wondrous land. W e 'll melt with love the swords of men to make of them the noblest pen. With this, Dear God, our hope and aid, let us enshrine Old Glory's fame. For us our Fathers died by sword, and loved one's spent their lives, Oh Lord Give us unselfish hearts like theirs to prove our worth as loyal heirs. Direct our thoughts to holy deeds, let love abide among the creeds. Pray, keep us in Thy watchful c are. We seek, dear Lord T hy help in prayer. Amen." atJJID.U' 6:00A.M. --Kaaa Chaplain linnerty 9:00 A.M. --Proteatant Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worshi p Chaplain Wester 11:15 A.M. Chaplain linnerty &JliDAT :IVUIJTG 6:00P.M. Worahip Ohaplaill Wester TUJ:SDAT 7:00 P.M Jellowah1p Club 6:30 Inatruct ion Claaa VIDNESDA.Y 7: 3 0 P.M Bible StudT Hour THURSDAY 6 : 30 . Inatruction Claaa J'RID.A.Y 6:0 0 P.M Jewie h Serricea

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Lt. Newton, fit Port Jlyer a tame, returned to Tyndall with a bang-right through Captain Burkhart's glass doorS At 16.00 per "di8m, hi ought to feel that pane ror detailed and intimate information on how to catch t he wily polar bear, aMI Lt. Kc:linsey statisti cal section Lt. Col. Hyndman's favor ite expreaaion"Hell'a Cat9ot" Capt. Howell hopes that the leaves will b6 gold fall If Lt. T.J. Mills decides to run tor any office, he has the unanimous backing of the entire 69ththey sayme rates "tope with every man in the outfit "Brror" cried Officer Tannen upo n finding one ot Post Mess Officer Hinchman's coQka classified as an Hmmm, we wonder??? Lt. Casey became an uncle this week-for the eighteenth time What officer, getting a little Link-Trainer-time, finally dunk ed his ship at 630 feet below sea level? Lt. Elfetherios A. Vangros who, rumor has it, remained so long unassigned because Orders Section could not spell his says that he has trained all of the United States and parts ot Ala bama It' a a vicious cycle in the case ot Lt. Meisenhelder He sins and the Chaplain repents we understand that in the future, M/Sgt. Postlewait will be mentioned in this pending the outcome of his phy to tooth yanker Lc. Katz, it's a boyt That quiet man with the gold leaves over at the D. of T. Major William Eades, Ass't Director ot Training In the gence Office, it's a toss-up between Captain Rawson and Misa Gammon as to who gets the moat from the officers and enlisted men w ho come into the offioe on "official" business Word has just been received that Lt. Tucker ot Post Utilities has trad ed his single silver bar for the double aet And we hear that Lt. Gundlach of is leading a "Dr. JekylKr. Hyde" existencehis other name is Gundlach Baker" The officers at the hospital tretting ove r the ability of Lt. Cheshire's fifth "tire" to hold up during his trip to Maxwell Field. With the Jewish Holidayl:i the following takes ita place as the moat amusing incident otthe week. This conversation was overheafd b,y one ot our officers while ani ting his turn at the telophone booth at the ilarie Hotels "Hello, llama? send me a telegram. Say this 'Come. home at once, Mama dying' -sign it 'Red Crou'. Happy New Year, llama,until I see you. I'll leave here ThUrsday." (Notec He got s even days). K/Sgt. Howell and T/Sgt. Stone seem to have everything under control up at the front office (Incidentally, we hear that a junior sergeant-major is on the way) The 80th Service Group "dood" it agaili and came out with a li a t at rat ings that was nothing short of spectacular. We hope that wh n they leave, they'll leave us the hat, or whatever it is that they use to pull the ratings out of. We too, would like to go from llPri vate" to "Kaster" in two monthsl .' That wasn't an Indian War Danc e the boys were doing down on the line Thursday, it was just a celebration in honor of those responsible for t he o p ening ot a branch P.X in the Operations building. This branch will open a t 9 s 00 A.M.and close at lOaOO P.M A t last the men on line got a breakl Howev er, we up here still have to contend with the undeclared war in the main PX, where the faces are different but the s ervice is familiar we wonder how Cpl Durayne and Pfc. Snead are makin g out with their permanents about naw? s/sg t Arthur R. Edwards and Sgt. Don Schultz, tw o of our Al umni, will rece ive t eir. gol d bars this month. Edwards graduat e from OCS at Miami and Schultz from AGO i n Wash. In spite of all the rationing, T/Sgt. Boutwell still gets hi "eugar reports". .. s/sgt Vick Frager, flying othario, does his best wing overs in the Dixie She rman Another "old t!me r '' s aid good bye this week-T/Sgt. Georg<& Lee, lett u s for an un annou nced post. He wanted us to be sure and tell you haw much he hated leaving Tyndall e For the benefit of tne "tirat nightera" at our station hospital, the trSA" embroid ered on the bathrobe does not mean "Many Die, u Shall

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TYNDALL e TARGE Published every Saturday by the Public Relations Office, AAFGS, Tyndall Field, Fla. RELATIONS OFFICER Captain Ammon McClellan ASST'S TO P. R. OFFICER Pfc. Sam Kelson Pfc. Bernard Pratt Corp. Ralph B. Horne ART WORK S/Sgt. Oral Ledbetter Corp. Ernest Kenton COIOIANDING Col. w. A. Maxwell COLUJlNIST The Yardbird REPRODUCTION STAFF T/Sgt. Woodrow w. Busb y Pfc. Francis Churchill Corp. John Webster Pvt. Everett Tackett Pre. Price Terry EDITOR Corp. Arnold Milgaten ASSOCIATE EDITO R Corp. Saul Samiot PHOTOGRAHIIC OFFICER Lt. Joseph A. Dickerman PHOTOGRAPHIC STAFF Sgt. William Castle Pfc. Silas G. Upchurch Raw" is scheduled to be shown a t the Post Theatre on Thursday. Most of you are well acquainted with the fact thai.. thh is quite a lengthy picture-but have no fear, fellas, you c an leave the pillows on your cots for this performance-Captain Wiseman has promised free midnite shows to all ranks above Master Sergeant and Colonel if the Post Theatre doesn't have new comfortable seats installed by Thursday. The Aircraft Recognition staff of the department of training still ne ed the services of model plane builders. It's an ideal set-up for any soldier who built model planes as a hobby. Here he has all the equipment furnished and is using his ho bby to aid the nation's War effort. And while on the subject of improvements, we've been keeping mum on the activity bt the old cafeteria, but the hns come now and all can be told. Supply sergeants will no longer accept your gripes about the dry cleaning job on your clothes. The "middle man" has finally been eliminatedl From now on your dry cleaning gripes will be taken directly to those who clean your clothes. We suspect that there are hundreds of us on the field who have been waiting for just such an opportunity, and it is rumored that the new dry cleaning plant which opens Monday has been constructed for those two reasons-to give us quicker and better service, and to handle our complaints. We thought we might be able to get away without mentioning anything about the transfer of officer insignias from the shoulder to the collar, but I guess we aren't. The whole affair ha s been shrouded in mystery, and we're still not convinced that someone in Washing-ton isn't playing a practical joke. Even the circumstances under which the transfer was initiated on this post is cause for wonderment. We have it on good authority that Captain Thomas Howell, the Pos t Adjutant, walked into Colonel Maxwell's office on e morning and was greeted with a few "choice words about being "out of uniform"&tter that, if you were an officer, it was only a question of how soon you met Captain Howell before you t oo, wore your insignia on your collar. Speak ing for the enlisted men, it ha s only made us more conscious of the starch content of an officer's collar.

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IT HAPPENED RUGGED If yo u ever have been inclined to pity the soldier who has to hik e long stretches, you can save your sympathy. For these men in khaki can take it. A fiel d artillery outfit at a camp in the Northeast went on a fourteen mile hike, ran the course, practiced throwing hand grenades, had bayonet practice,went swimming, practiced Ju-Jitsu, cleaned rifles and stood rifle inspection, all in one day. That night Private Louis Longval requested a The energetic soldier walked six mil e s to a nearqy town, spent the evening dancing and walked six miles back to camp. What a manl RECORD Camp Callan, California, boasts the most co n tented soldier in the As p roof they offer his record. This month Serg eant Graham w. Greer requested and received his first furlough since 1928 1 WIN OR LOSE The men at Scott Field, Illinois, are so to win the big fight they hav e on their hands that the spirit o f fight-to-the-finish carries over even into their inter-squadron athletics. In one of the weekly box ing bouts, Privates Charles Shaffer and Ted Cuellar fought two rounds on eve n terms. Each one answered the third with the idea of a quiek KO in mind. They both let loose with simultaneous haymakers and sent each other sprawling. They each scored a knockout. But the question remainsa "Who wont" BIG HELP At Camp Shelby, Mississippi, the kitchen police keep the mess hall ring ing with like "Let me peel the potat oes, Sarge" and "Oh, I'll see that t he dishes are washed." No, it is no t a dream. But there u a reason. The Quartermaster Detachment at Shelby has just acquired an electric potato peeler and an electric dishwasher. It's a K.P.'s picture of heavenl IN THE ARMY SJIOOTH AS GLASS Armored Division officers at Fort Benning, Georgia, found a new way to keep things running smoothly. They offered a 24-hour pass for the highest efficiency in care and maintenance or vehicles. And the soldiers really went to town. The inspection officer reports that in one case the engine purred so quietly he had t6"11tt the hood to make sure it was running& NAMESAKE When the movie star, Carole Landis, visited Fort Bliss, Texas, she took the camp by storm. On a tour o f the camp Kin Landis saw a carry ing his newly acquired pet a puppy not yet named. The star was delighted with the little dog and stopped to admire it. is that adorable little things n ame?" she asked. The sergeant hadn t been in the Army six months for nothing. He gave Miss Landis his most diplomatic emile and replied, "Carole, of VIGILANCE Under cover of darkness on a recent night watch, an officer at Camp Barkeley, Texas, decided to test the re action of the guard. He surprised him from the rear and made a pass a t the guard's rifle. A split second later, the officer had his shoulder blades against the side of the sentry bo x and the point of a detached bayonet uncom fortably pressed to his mid s ection. It was a breath-taking experience. But now that officer knows he is well protectedl NARY A WRIN!LE We are all ware that many sqldiers wea r their uniforms like a million dollars. But there is one fighting man at Fort Meade, Maryland, who really carries this idea to an extreme. Cor poral Gene Kelner saw this ce r tain soldier call for his laundry. The Corporal couldn't believe his eyes. The uniform the soldier received was his blue denims. He had just had his fatigues cleanedl

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GENERAL (MESS HALL) "ORDERS" Every soldier musts 1. Take of all meat and spuds in view. 2. Watch his plate in a military manner, always keeping on the alert for any dessert that comes within range of sight or smell. 3. Report any bread sliced thin to the Mess officer. 4. Report all seconds. 5. Quit 'the table only when satisfied that there is nothing left to eat. 6. Receive and not on to the next man any bologna, tapioca or beans left by the cooks. 7. Talk to no one when he's eating 8. Allow no one to steal anything in the line of chow. 9. Notify the Mess sergeant in any case not covered by instructions. 10. Salute all chickens, steaks, pork chops, ham, eggs and liver. 11. Be especially watchful at the table and during the time of eating. 12.Challenge anyone who seems to be getting more than yourself. (Pvt. Lee Wiley, Fort Brady) "RED BIROS" f=ellows1 Cigars will be distributed in the day room on Wednesday by Pvt. James E. Bowen. The occasion is his second anniversary in the AAF. Pvt. Bowen has been a machine gun instructor with the D. of T. for the last five months. A chess game to end all chess games will take place on Wednesday when challenger Uarbutas will tangle with Pvt. Grombacher to determine the squadron chess champ. No admission charge for spectators. Sgt. Barney Duda, before joining the AAF, was a builder of trailers back in his home town of Detroit. This week he was appointed squadron War Bonds salesman-he will be trailing the boys from now on. Word has reached us from Ft. Myers that Pvt. Berberian has discovered that playing a guitar and dancing doesn't excuse him from K.P. -Pvt. Del Ponte P ":tvtEDICWOES'r anama C]ty was quite a dreary place for S/Sgt. Labry, Cpls. Mash and Cox and Pvt. Sandome, this week, and for a good reaso.n, too. Their visiting wives had returned home. Popular Lt. Gabriel Katz joined the ranks of the diaper drillers last week when he became the proud Pop of a future dentist. After a long struggle, Cpl. Milton Allen was awarded stripes for his labors. He's been on their trail for ten months. Best job on the post, a ccording to Cpl. Carmen La Salvia, is driving patients to Atlanta. He likes the con-nections there trains! and we don't mean the -Sgt. William Volk C 11 BLUEBIRDS" ongratulations to Ramie Culpepper and Hewitt Callender on their promotion to the master sergeant ranks and best wishes to Pfc. s and Maker, and Pvts. Cassat and Frank who leave us for cadet training. Our warmest sympathy to newl y made T/Sgt. Hornbeck who is in the hospital with a fractured arm. The "welcome" mat is rolled out and waiting for the potential cadets. They seem to be the only solution to the shortage of K. P. s and men in other departments -Pfc. A. J. Snead Ul "BROWNIES" Yras a certain party in the orderly room the possessor of a red face the other day? A female voice over the 'phone asked for Corporal----. The certain party could not Cpl. in question aftd sweetly asked if BE could fill the bill SHE turned out to be the Corporal's mother! C .Q. Holcombe was quite startled when he went to wake Cpl. Gru bb and Pfc. Gregory last Sunday morning ask him for the particulars. Since S/Sgt. Regan returned from fur lough, his mail has increased tenfold. What cooks, Sgt.??? Is she a blonde? -Pfc. James J. Freeman

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A "HEADQUARTERS HEADLINES" couple of weeks ago, our acting 1st Sgt., George Bukota, was "sweating" and now his efforts were worthwhile. He was promoted to staff last week, and now of course, he is going to be in there pitching for a very good reasonl The latest addition to our "royal family" is 2nd Lt. James A. Felps, who arrived here on Monday and assumed administrative duties with the squadron. BE WISE BUY BONDS! -Sgt. Joe Minton "GREENIES" flashl Earl C. Boutwell, one of the original members of this squadron, was promoted to the grade of Tech Sergean t last week l Cpl. J. T. Lee is bac k in the saddle again and is turning in a great piece of work as actin g -first sergeant. Pfc. Anderson did a disappearing act from the Post Hospital and we welcome him back with open arms Lt. Vassa r purchased S/Sgt. Crite's car and now his wife is all smiles Meet Pf c Kenneth (Casanova) Neal, who received 35 letters from home on Mondayl -Pvt. Baker 0 "THE GUARDIANS" ur heartiest congratulations to s / Sgts. Curtiss Bull and Pat O'Neil on their promotion to Tech Sergeants. Also, congratulations to Pfc.s Leto, Warwzon, Hyde, Menendez and Houston for acquiring their T/51h Gi'ade rating. A hearty welcome to Lt. LeForce upon his return to the squadron Hat Band Jottings a Pvt. Jimmie Fox receives two letters daily from The Lonely Hear t Club Tony Moresco went on furlough and while in N.Y., he took a trip to the altar Joe Perrotta writes two letters daily to his "frau" Our former 1st Sgt., Bob Endsley, is n owan instructor at the Miami o.c.s., some of you old timers might want t o drop him a line. -T/5th Gr. Sam Marotta YOUR BEST BET BUY BONDS L "ORDNOTES" t. Mike Bilias joined us this week to serve as company adjutant. We're sorry to see Lt. Maze leave after such a short time with us. However, Miss Huddleston has joined the office force and never has there been so many visitors. Wonder why? We have one of the best rows of Zinnias on the post. They've been bloom ing beautifully all summer.. lst/Sgt. Ridulph is back with us, minus his tonsils. Cpl. Milling is taking his place at t he hospital. -T/4th Gr. Kenneth Witham 0 "CANARIES" ur day room is really a "pip" now, since the arrival of our new furniture. Let's take care of it, boys, it's priceless to us. Welcome to the new cadets-to-be Did you ever notice that certain gleam in Sgt. Ragland's eyes these mornings? Could it be that SHE said "yes"? Luck to you, Rags And how about our "topkick"? Pvt. Miles is miles away these daysSouth Carolina. Congratulations to the men that recently were promoted to the top two grades, T/sgt. Trakimus, M/Sgts. Barker and Wright. Bear with me, fellas, this is my first "affair". -Pfc. Jack Blackwell W "BLACKBIRDS" e have heard from several of the fellows at Ft. Myers and we've come to the conclusion that Tyndal l Field is a very nice place. Sgt. Clary and Cpl. Davis left us for cade t training. Happy landing, boys, and be sure that you walk away from them Dan Cupid cornered Sgt. James Francisco and now James is a married man. The ljjttle woman hails from his hometown, Syracuse, N.Y we feel kind of badly abou t the coming reorganiza tion at the outfits, for ours is a per fect record in the 'Em Flying" Dept Well anyway, we're leaving aomething to shoot at. -Pfo.s Daughtry and Worley

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SOMETHING TO SHOOT ATs Pvt. Franz a's score for this quiz was 118011 GENERALr ( 5 points each) 1. What work is carried on by the "Seeing Eye, Inc."? 2. Is the water of the Great Lakes salt or fresh? 3. What do call a motion picture? 4. Is a furlong longer or shorter than a mile? GEOGRAPHYs (5 points each) 1. Where is Catalina Island located? 2. By what other name is Abyssinia known? 3. Wher e is the Gobi Desert? 4. What is the capital of Wyoming? NON-COM'S OFFICER'S SPORTS: (5 points each) 0 30 30 60 60 90 90 -99 1. Match the name in the left-hand column to the sport with whic h they are associated in the righthan d col-umn. Ted Schroeder Baseball Billy Soo s e Bowling Walter Johnson Tennis Ned Day Boxi ng AR1ITs (5 points each) 1. What is the 6th General Order? 2. How many sentences are there in the Pledge of Alleg iance to the Flag of the United States? 3. What individual protection is required against screening smokes? YOUR VOCABULARY 1. Utes is a a. musical inatrumant. b. bird's nest. c. group of American Indians. 4. Unicorn is a a. single-horned beast. b. foot disease. Co nut. (4 points each) 2. Urn is a 3. Urchin is a a. shovel. a. mischievous boy. b. vase. b. water well. c. large mirror. c. cemen t mixer. 5. Ulster is a 6. Upsilon is a a. long overcoat. a. ga s pump. b. clergyman. b. Gre e k letter. c. shell fish. c. window shade. IF YOU SCORED "90" OR BETTER, ABOVE, THEN YOU CAN TRY THIS "G. I." CROSSWORD. ACROSS DOWN 1. Crowded and very hard to catch. 1. Onl y officer with black mustache at Post Hqtrs. 3. Metal container. 5. Therefore. 2. The "E.M's." bogey 7. Unusual. 8. Sign, portent. 9. Pay attention to. ll 1 ay you I" 12. The best profit. 14. In want of. 16. Ancient Egyptian king. 17. "do", a la Skelton. man. 3. The y blacken their faces but not for a minstrel show. 4. 1700 o'clock. 6. 10. 13. 15. Concerning. Owe. Man's nickn ame. II II

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The Yardbird SEZ Great Day---The ole Yardbird is sho feelin mo than slitely konfused rite now. I is sho mixed up. First orr---on our way up we cawt the wrong trane an endid up in Cottondail. That all rite on account uv i got some trends their. They is bartenders. Whin i tole em whur i wuz goin an how long i wuz gonna be gone (i hopes) they sho looked sorryful an i could see em figgerin up profit and loss in there minds. Finnaly wo got hear an they started callin me MISTER an showin me all kinds uv an jist whin i wuz feelin i wuz konsiderabul importint an walkin on heels, they dun ishered me a tint, a kanvus bunk an that littel ole trinket i cant nevur git fur away frum -a mess kit; an we had beens that nita. i allus figgered Tennessee as havin a bootlegger behive in ever tree jist layin in wait fur a man. But the MAN (incidentely he makes ma ole fust sgt. look like a Boy Scout) dun tole u we wuz restrikted fur foteen daze jist fur ginneral an he glansed misselaneous like at my red nose when he sayed .it. The uniform they give me sho looks snappy, an i bet I'll look like a ginnerul whin 1 puts it on. That will be 2 weeks frum now on account uv they si dun made me a plumbin enginere (latrine orderly) so I reckin i'd better be The Yardbird (No. 1) "FINANCE FANFARE" When we moved into our new quarters last that backfield combination of Blazak, Low, Leonard, Levy and Cap piello, carried our two ton safe over .for a touchdown. Before we left, Pfc. Tom Astle very thriftily up all the gold dust that had accumulated in the cracks in the floor. We're all set up and working smoothly in our new building behind the post headquarters. Through our portals will p9ss sane of the most beautiful money in the world. -Pfc. Felix Leon "THE CHAMPIONS" Tho we no longer have any "yardbirds" for area duty, our lawn is in wonderful shape, under the care of Grilli, Arbaugh and a few others. Good work fellows, even tho it is under pressure. D'ja notice the smile being worn this week by Dam Cicarelli? Guess we'd all be wearing one like it if we had a aurprise visit from folks. Set back aghast this week was P.D. Downey when he received the familiar 'Out Buddy' sign from Sgt. McNeil's girlfriend. She understands, Jackl -Cpl. D. w. Howell "THE OLD TIMERS We were surprised to find Corporal Robinette nursing a beautiful shiner, reminded us of the song "Deep Purple". Wonder what he ran into a door or a husband? Our Culinary expert Private Warsick is working five days a week now, well, the "Slab" is off limits anyway, Floyd. Staff Sergeant Pilot Ed. (Call me Frenchy) Bagwell got drawn into "Com bat" the other night. M/Sgt. Joe Young had a hand in it too, or was :1 t a foot. LINE LINGOr Corporal Charles "Flight Happy" Dugan would like anyone who has any of his tools to return them, and not to Sergeant Fair. Private Bogar is rapidly improving in his dancing and says watch his smoke at the u.s.a. Dances, shoes and all. That is all for now except I wonder when the H--1 I am going to see the sights of Rhode Island again. -Pvt. Edgar Strong THE SMILE OF THE WEEK A certain Sgt. down on the line asked another what he knew about the new radio equipment on the B-34 1 s. Thereply was that he had a superficial know ledge of the equipment in question. Upon hearing this the first exclaimed, "Well, I sure am glad that someone around here knows what he's doing." Send YOUR "Smile of the Week" to the TARGET.

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NINE BOUTS AND MUSIC BY TYNDALL FIELD BAND DRAWS LARGE CROWD OF BOXING FANS Tyndall's boxing enthusiasts finally got a break last Thursday when an apparent lack of Florida's liquid sunshine permitted the nine scheduled boxing bouts to be completed. A crowd of 800 were entertained by both, the bouts, and the music furnished by the Tyndall Field Band. The results were: 1. Pvt. Joe Grice, 140 lbs. vs. Pvt. William Adams, 155 lbs. Adams by decision. 2. Pvt. Ernest Brown, Pvt. Rogers, 165 3. Pvt. B.T. Miller, 145 D.P. Ferrell, 145 lbs. decision. 155 lbs. vs. lbs. Draw. lbs. vs. Pvt. Ferrell by 4. Pvt. K.J. Ridley, 135 lbs. vs. Pvt. L.V. Davis, 130 lbs. Ridley by decision. 5. Pvt. R. Corbett, 160 lbs. vs. Pvt. N.J. Manni, 165 lps. Manni by dec. 6. Cadet Al Young, 110 lbs. VBe Pvt. Duane Jenkins, 125 lbs. Young by 7. Pvt. Dick Carthell, 145 lbs. vs. Pvt. Morgan Freeman, 140 lbs. Free-man by decision. 8. Freddie Caswell 140 lbs.vs. Cadet Al Young, 110 lbs. Exhibition. 9. Pvt. Pat O'Brien, 155 lbs. vs. Pvt. Paul Schatzau, 160 lbs. Exhibition. MEET SERGEANT HABK CRAPt4ANs Some would-be Navy 5Wimmers met-him at Pen sacola last Sunday and then wished they hadn't. The Sergeant came into the p. R. Office last week to see if we could get permission for him to compet e in the Pensacola Swimming meet held there last Suriday He finally got an O.K. and took off Friday night with his buddy, Sgt. George Budway. The next thing we heard was that Hank had come back to Tyndal l with a Gold Medal-1st place in the 3 meter diving eventl The former Pacific Coast Diving Champ was the only Army man coopeting, and it's the first time in history that the Navy has actually been sunk by the Armyl ANSWERS TO ?? ? GENERAL: They train dogs to guide the blind, and educate the blind to use them; Fresh; A cinema; Shorter. SPORTS: Ted Schroeder Tennis Billy Soose Boxing Walter Johnson Baseball Ned Day Bowling GEOGRAPHY: In the Pacific Ocean off of California; Cheyenne; Ethiopia; China. ARMY: To receive, obey, and pass on to the sentinel who relieves me all orders from the commanding of:t'icer of the day, and officers and nonco mmissioned officers of the guard onlyJOne; None, screening smokes are not toxic. YOUR VOCABULARY: American Indians; vaae; Mischievous boy ; Single-horned beast; Long overcoat; Greek letter.

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.. 11AND1DARLING1TO THINK OF YOU IN THE AIR CORPS HIGH AMONGST THE CLOUDS 11 A.R. 615-275 St. Peterr all that racket at the Pearly Gates?" Heavenly Sentry, Post #la "There's an old Regular Army private here wants in, but there are too many black marks against'his name." St. Petera "That's all right. Let him in. It wont be long before he'll be putting in for transfer to another outfit, if he's an old soldier." And then there's the daughter who liked the boys when they were steWed. The colonel or a regiment billetea tn the country was invited to a neighboring farm fer lunch. He astonished the farmer by eating two small roast fowls. Later, while walking in the farmyard, he noticed a rooster strutting about, and remarkeda "By gad, that's a proud bird." "So he should be," an8wered the farmer, "he has two sons in the Army now." a "Buddy, whatya doin' hanging around this barroom?" Soldiera "Believe it or not, I'm wait ing for a Side Carl" Shea "Did she blush when her shoulder strap broke?" Hea "I didn't notice." J E sr JOKIN1 Dada "I'll teach you to make love to my daughter, young man." Soldiers "I wish you would. I don't seem to be doing so well." It isn't what our girl knows that bothers us---it's how she learned it Who was that lady I seen you outwit last night? WRONG NUMBER, SON The non-com, evidently irritated over something picked up the phone, and dialed the wrong n umber. When the called party answered, the sarge immed iately be gan venting his woes. a minute, the voice on the other end interrupted, "d o you know who you are talkin g to?" "No." "This is Colonel Bridget." Silence for a moment. The n "Sir, do you know who you.'re talking to?" "No. "Tha nk Godl" The receiver clicked. 11HALT! DONT MOVE-"

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"THE PIED PIPER" HERE SUNDAY &: MONDAY "The Pied Piper" Nevil Shute's monumental story of a dauntless man, five little children and a girl in love---fleeing from Nazi terror the mighty story of today with all its thrills, its tense adventure, i t s unabated and its rich w arm unforgetable humor now becomes a picture of the year with Monty Wooley, R od dy McDowelland Anne Baxter Sun. & Mon., Sept. 13-14 To be long remembered for the best seller it was---for the magnificent film it is---"King s Row" with Ann Sheridan as 'Randy'. Robert Cummings as 1Paria1 Ronald Reagan as 'Drake' and Betty Field a s Cassie', will appear at the Post Thea tre, Wed. &: Thurs., Sept. l6-17 Another of MGM's exciting series of medical adventures "Calling Dr. Gillespie" with Lionel Barrymore Philip Dar n and Donn a Reed contribute to theatre entertainment Fri., Sept. 18. SATURD.I.Y, Se ptember 1 2 "Foreign A gen tlf John Shelton Gale Storm SUNDAY, MONDAY, Septe m be r 1 3-14 "The Pied Piper" Monty Woole y Roddy McDowall ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT AND EXTENSIVE ACTIVITIE S FOR RECREATION CENTER O ne o f the first steps towards changing Tyndall's elephant" into a center of recreational activity was accomplished this week. The Army and Navy Club have closed their rooms in Panama City and transferred their equ i pment to the Recreation Hall on the Gulf. In addit ion, Lt. Lawson, A &: R Offi cer, announces that the results of his recent po l l for talent was successful an d activities which will give the men a n o pportunity to use their special abilities are already under way. It is certain that dances will b e held e a ch week in the new center and radio programs under the supervision of Lt. McKinsey will be resumed shortly. These had been discontinued temp orarily when Pvt. Charles Stepanian, originator or "Rulers of the Sky", left Tyndall for cadet training. TUESDAY, September 15 "Hanky Tonk" Clark Gable Lana Turner I'IEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, September 16-17 "King's Row" Ann Sheridan Robert Cummings FRIDAY, Septembe r 18 11Ca l l ine; Dr. G i l lespie" SUNDAY, MONDAY, September 13-14 "This A b ove All" J oan Fontain e Tyrone Prnuer TUES., liED. THURS. September 15-16-17 "Foot-lig h t Serenade" Betty Grable John Payne FRIDAY, Septembe r 1 8 "A.-Haunting \'le Will G o" Laurel e..nd Ha rdY SATURDAY, Septenber 19 "Sunset Serenade" R o y Roger s LATE SHOIY SATURDAY NIGHT Holiday Inn" Bing Crosby Fred Astair e Lione l Barrymore Donna Reed St!NDAY, 1!0NDAY, September 13-14 "Ships With Win gs" John C lements Leslie Banks TUESDAY, September 15 11 Arizona Round-Up" Tom Keene WEDNESDAY, September 1 6 "You Belong To M e Barbara Stanwyck Henry Fonda TffiiRSDA.Y, September 1 7 "The U e n In He r Life" Loretta Young Conrad Veidt FRIDAY, SATURDAY, September 18-19 "Thun d e r River Feud" The Ra n g e B usters