Tyndall target

Tyndall target

Material Information

Tyndall target
Tyndall Air Force Base (Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Tyndall Field, Fla
Public Relations Office, Air Corps Gunnery School
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
serial ( sobekcm )
United States -- Florida -- Tyndall Field

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
24602432 ( OCLC )
T34-00083 ( USFLDC DOI )
t34.83 ( USFLDC Handle )

USFLDC Membership

Added automatically
Tyndall Target

Postcard Information



This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8 standalone no
record xmlns http:www.loc.govMARC21slim xmlns:mods http:www.loc.govmodsv3 xmlns:xlink http:www.w3.org1999xlink xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance
leader nkm 22 Ka 4500
controlfield tag 008 000000c19429999pautr p s 0 0eng d
datafield ind1 8 ind2 024
subfield code a T34-00083
1 110
Tyndall Air Force Base (Fla.)
0 245
Tyndall target.
n Vol. 2, no. 43 (November 20, 1943).
Tyndall Field, Fla. :
b Public Relations Office, Air Corps Gunnery School
November 20, 1943
Newspapers -- Florida
United States
d Tyndall Field.
t Tyndall target.
4 856
u http://digital.lib.usf.edu/?t34.83

xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8 standalone no
mods:mods xmlns:mods http:www.loc.govmodsv3 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.loc.govmodsv3mods-3-1.xsd
mods:relatedItem type host
mods:identifier issn 0000-0000mods:part
mods:detail volume mods:number 2issue 43series Year mods:caption 19431943Month November11Day 2020mods:originInfo mods:dateIssued iso8601 1943-11-20


Pa e.,2 I j PUBLISHED ON SA111RDAYS BY Tim SPECIAL SERVICE OFFICE FOR PER 9:lfflEL OF THE AAF FLEXI ILE GUN NERY PJSJMA CI'IY, FLA. Copy Prepared Under Supervision Of Public Relation Officer. in&: Col. Lalaod S. -Special Servl.ce ofhcer: Capt. Owen O. Freeman Public Re latlons Officer: I:t. 'WHliiD B. Pratt Photo an'd Reproduction Officer: Capt. J.A. Dickerman !dltorial St.fh SjSgt. Arnold Milgaten, Sgt. Saul Samiof, Sgt. Neil Pooser, Barry Bardi l'fc. E.T. Delbyc Art Work: SjSgt. Frank Born, Sgt. Marshall Goodmah, SjSgt. Fred Slade. Photo&:raphy & Reproduction: MJS&:t W Buaby, TjSgt.W. Castle, TjSgt. ,. Mitchell, SjSgt. F. dtu rchl 1, Sgt. D. Levinson, L. Shaw, SjS&:t J Montgomery, SjSgt. R. Keou&:h, SjSgt. J. Webster, Sgt. p. Terry, Sgt. J. Yaraick, Cpl. E. Tackett, Pvt. W. Daniels, Pfc. B. Care. THE TYNDALL TARGET "Over an English beach, everyone bailed out of a Flying Fortress which internal explosions had turned into a blazing torcheveryone, that is, exceP.t the pilot, Lieutenant Jfathew Vtnson. As he broug.lft her down, machine gun ammunition exploded, entire bomb load of 2000 pounds went up in sinrle explosion from the heat after Vinson crash-landed a few feet from a heavdy mined area." That's the account as carried in one of our daily papers of a combat mission. Sounds like a conspiracy against Vinson. If anyone ever could crl, "Everything happens to me, 11 it seems to me that i should be Vinson. He didn't though. Because that isn't the finish of the news item. It continues, "Said J,ieutenant Vinson: 'There is only one explanation. The Han Upstairs brought me down safe l y. I talked to Him. I talked to Him The Tyndall Tarr;et receives Plentyan. d He must have heard me. 1 Vinson escaPed aaterial supplied by c up Mews-. with minor bun1s." paper War Dept., !lOll & 42nd St., nc. Credited uteri&! "Amazina/" we would have said a few years arro. But aay not be republished without 6 6 prior pentsston t'ro. ClJ.S. exhibitions of deeP trust and confidence in God are ___ everyday occurrances in these days of Peril. THIS CHANGING The face of" this tight 11 ttle ball has tmdergoo.e considerable change. The far away places are no longer at the ends of the earth. Tibet, Capetown, and the birds nest of South Sea Islands are no more than a hop, skip, and a Junp away. The war has mcov ered the dim and shadowy .outlines of these distant places and the air machlne has parked than on our front door steps. In every plea to God for help and protection there is a recognition of His loving care for us His crea tures. The point that I'd like to make is this. The recognition of dePendence by Vinson upon God make us think of the fact that we 1.n the tra1.n1.ng command should frequently acknowledge our dependence upon God. Perhaps you need a general inspection. How long is it since you Publicly acknowledged God's dominion over you? SUNDAY 8:00 A.M ............... Mass 9:00 A.M Protestant Sun day School 10:00 A.M ... Gunners Mass at Theater WEDNESDAY 12:15 P.M Protestant war-. ship Serv!ce 5:30 P.M Mass 7:30 P.M Choir Rehearsal THURSDAY 5:30 P.M ............... Mass FRIDAY QJESTICN: 1100 YOU THINK 'I.OMEN SHOULD BE DRAFTED INlD THE Mvff?u' Inter-views and Photos By SGf. DAN LEVINSON SGf. JOEl D. fAILOR, !upeZo, Hiss.; Hoving Base Instructor: "fes, they should, and be drafted according to their qualifications. But women with not be f>enitted to even enl:ist." PI'O. !XJKIIIO J. SOPKZIRXSKI, South Bend, Ind.; Ordnance Dept.: "No, l.t.()lllen not be drafted. unteering for service on the home front is all right. But they should draft nurses. lie reaLly need thea. War at its best is but a savage entry in the peaceful tournaments of the world. Yet oddly enough this present enterprise of Mars is responsible for a definite advance in humanism. In India, a product of the Chicago sand-lots rubs elbows broadly with Brahnan, Parsee, and Untouchable, and his "Gosh!" as he beholds the lcw eliness of the Mahal assures that his letters home will be tinged with respect and admiration for the cmmtry of mystics. 10:00 A.M .. Protestant Worship Service 11: 00 A.M .. Gunners Prates tan t at Theater 11: 15 A.M .............. Mass 5: 30P.M .... Mass N!SGf. KLifKRfO. 8UfKR, 'of"t 7:30 P.M .. Jewish Service D d SATURDAY 0 ge, Iowa; QHO: "No, I don't The fonner Papuan headlnmter has becane a stretcher-bearer for the American Red Cross. And in a tiny 1 amasery higher than the eagle's eeyrie, a Buddhist monk pauses in the meditation of his prayerwheel to greet the crew of a British bomber forced down in the foothills of the Himilayas. 'Ihe cloud ways of the birds hum with the aerial intrusioo of men and the jungle fastness of the aborigine is a b.lrial for victor and vanquished. But there is roan for both man and bird in the Slfeet sky, while the jungle will close over the ill-tended graves of the fallen and as is written, the watchman of peace will walk again his appointed rounds in a world no longer mad. 7:30 P.M .... Even1ng worship MON::::AY 5:30 P.M ............... Mass TUESCAY 5:30 P.M ........... Mass 7:30 P.t: ... Fellowshto Club 5:30 P.M .. Mass think they should. '!he jobs 7:00 P.M ... Confess tons be Perforned much better by women (Also, the Chapla tn w lll wh hear confessions anytime he 1 s o en.tsted of their own free prespnt at the OPL. GUIDO OOHrE, Sh,aron, Pa.; PT Instructor: "lo, I don't think they It's a man's unr. If a woman wants to vo teer its OK, but drafting a tl.Oman is out of the question. Women be L011/! at h01r1e. "Hey stupid, that's not what they mean by mopping LJP!" 1/SGf. JANES 0. BOLAND, HawLey, Pa.; Photo chief: 11Ies, I do. from Past experience, they ar_ e doing a good job and releasing men for foreign ser vice. 11


November 20 1943 THE TYNDALL TARGET Page 3 DISTINCTION OF ARMS, SERVICES TO BE ENDED FIVE REASONS FOR SEEING BENEFI r CARNIVAL Quar-termaster, Ordnance and s 1m1lar groups now !den tl fle d as "Arms and Services with the Army Air Forces" will no longe r be known as such after a new directive authorized by the Secretary or War has been put into effect. The directive 1s explained in ) he following letter from General. H.H. Arnold, commanding general of the AAF: "To all personnel or the Army Air Forces: "The Chief of Starr has authorized by direction of t:re Secretary or War the el1m1nat1on or arms and services branch dis tine tl ons within the ArmY Air Forces. This authorization marks a most impor tant milestone for the Army Air Forces and was given in order that we can build a more completely integrated, more functioning, harder hitting team -a team whereJ.n the members have rut one loyalty, one purpose, one dlstinguj_shing insignia. You are all members or this ceam whether you pilot the planes, repair the guns, build the airfields, maintain the radios, drive the trucks, handle the sup Plies. or care for the sick and wounded. Your teamwork 1n the Above are pictured the "floradora Girls" past has been the basic reason the benefit carnival to be staged tonight who form a part of the floor show to be given at at the Officers Club. Proceeds from the for our outstanding success agalnst the enemy, Your efforts H [ toward greater teamwork 1n the PX CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Thanksgiving ea ruture will hasten the enemy's SEASON OFFICIALLY To Be Served defeat and unconditional surrender. OPENSMONDAY In Evening Those or you who are presently The Christmas shopping season Thanksgiving dinner will be 1dentH1ed as "Arms and Services off"iclallY begins on Tyndall served in the evening, Captain with the Army Air Forces" have my Field Monday when the Post Ex-Aloysius -=:asey, post mess officer, personal assurance that the job change, dec 0 rated 1 n ho 11 day announced this week. or converting all personnel to will have on display a Captain casey said that GI1s Air Corps and integratthg the arms varl.ed stock or Yule gifts. would not be allowe d to bring and servtces organizations into Post Exchange offl<;ials said guests to the dinner, since the funct1onal1zed ArmY Air Forces that the array or christmas post 1s on field rations. prganizatlons will be done most presents which has been purClass A uniforms will be the carefully and thoroughly over a chased for this season would be order or the day, but GI's who periOd or time, that all of your as varied as that orrered at any are on duty and aon t ,have time special skills will be utilized other Post Exchange in this to change will be allowed to wear to the utmost, and that your op-terri tory. fatigues. portunltles for service and ad-Both Post Exchange and Post captain casey said adjustments van cement will be broadened and. Office officials urged that GI' s 1n the training program would be enhanced, limited only by your "do their Christmas shopping made so that all personnel will own ab111t1es. early" in order to avoid the have time to enjoY the dinner or Because the effects of this last minute rush and to ease the turkey plus all trimmings which change are so far reaching and strain on crowded postal facili-1!3 on the menu. important to the Army Air Forces, ties. Thanksgiving, 1nc1dentally, the conversion must be orderly. A 1 1 b will be on November 25. wrapp ng service w 1 1 e set Commanding officers will receive up to prepare GI gifts for mailG I 1S PRAISED FOR H E L P I N F I GHT I N G CLEANERS FIRE High praise for 13 men for their help in fighting the fire which destroyed the post dry cleaning-plant TUesqay night was extended this week by Capt., Valentine Day, post fire marshal. Captain Day said he would recommend romal commendations for the men who, he said, did excellent work in combating the blaze, Loss from the fire, which started at about 7 P.M., was estimated at approximately $35,000, of which $22,000 was in clothing belonging to officers, enlisted men and civilian personnel. Equlpmen t worth $.10, 000 was destroyed. The build'ing was valued at about. $3,000. De fee tl ve wir lng was blamed for the fire. in tba near fUture from this heading back to the familY and the quarters specific instructions on girl friend. ijQQ MEN S I GN UP The men commended by Cap taln steps to be taken in accomplishlng this conversion." OUR-FRONT COVER A Spotll ght Trainer Shed is the scene of our front cover for this week. At (extreme a Dept. of Training turret instructor is operating the Spotlight Trainer. This ingenious device throws a tatlng light circle approxi mately q Inches In diameter on the concave "wall of the shed. From his emplacement in the Crocker and Wheeler Truck turret, the gunner 1 ines his sight on the rotatin-g light c i r c 1 e. Wh en h i s s i g h t i s The stock of merchandise on the shelves include for all--men, women and children, directly on the spot, an electric eye harmonized with the -sight, registers "a hit" on a counter mounted on the Spot-11 ght Trainer table. S i nee this picture taken, the turret trucks (now in use on the Tower ranges) have been rep 1 aced by turret stands, and the present Spotlight Trainer is almost completely automatic, reminding one that Tyndal 11 s flexible Gunnery Training Course Is Indeed "flexible." The picture was taken by Sgt. Dan Levinson. fOR MEMBERSH IPS were: Sgt. H. L. Woods, Sgt. Albert E. Smotek. Cpl. Charles F, I N NCO CLUB Bing and Cpl. W1lltam Merckel of ApproximatelY 400 men and WAC the 349th; Sgt. David E. Bernier, non-coms have signed uP ror membPfc, c. Laduca and Cpl. Jerry ershlp 1n the proposed NCO club, Shedlowski or the 69th; Sgt. M/Sgt, Charles. Grady, secretary-Samuel Goldwater, Pre. Charles J, treasurer or the organtzatia.n, Brackett, Cpl. Homer Byrd and said yesterday, Pfc, Robert Douglas or the 350th; This amounts to approximately Sgt. Lester R. Burke or the 40th; $2,000 in the till--at $ 5 per Pre. D.J. Sopczynsk.1 or the membership. 2062nd, and Aviation Cadet Wayne Members of the board of goverL.:..R..:.:u_th.::;_ ______ _________ ....,.. __ nors, composed or first sergPlans for the building, ror eants or the different organizawhich a site has been set aside tions, are considering charging at the corner or Suwanee and Mls$7.50 membership fees ror men who sissippi, have been drawn up and sign up ar.ter the club has been a reproduction or an architect's opened, thus rewarding those who sketch wUl appear soon in the pay the $5 in adv.ance, Target,


As I P. J. c. IT NOW AND FOREVER A 54 year old German workman, Friederich Schwarz or the city or Daren, has been executed ror spreading alanning Hes about the war si tuation among his fellow workmen on the heels or the Itallan armistice and" the Allied invasion or Italy. Specifically, this latest victim of frazzled Nazi nerves was charged with mak i ng b 'ase remarks about German troops 1n Italy. Slowly, perhaps, but Lt. Gen. Mark Clark's men are doing a little debasing themselves as part or a push that will one day carry them to the gates or the Eternal City. One cannot, even as a Nazi, afford to v1111!y the master, !or while the number one man may be behind the eignt ball--it still adds up to Nein! Last Monday, a Navy Catalina flying boat registered a direct hit on a 9000 ton ]ap cargo ship forcing it to be beached on the coast of New Ireland, South Pacific. The COitlmBnders of the two escorting Jap corvettes will probably have quite a bit of explaining to do. Altho unable to knife their way thru the Navy's tradition of 'setting them down on the the Nip skipp6rs will have no trouble knifing thru in the best japanese tradition of hara-kiri, only this time they ill not emerfe with whole skins. THE TYNDALL TARGET MY FAVORITE PHOTO Sam Marotta of the Guard Squadron hails from Tampa, Along L Main Stem Up Broadway way, "A New Lite," reaturing Betty and written by her hubby, Elmer Rice, is closing its doors And after only a man th on the boards, too NBC1s "Truth or Consequences" still the runniest program on the air Emcee Ralph Edwards' re partee mostly responsible ,, Alan Ladd reported back to Paramount last week, arter receiving an M.D. from the Army He'll start anothe r picture immediately Gen. Somervell spoke over MB$ rrom Boston on the 18th He was at a hotel there NCAcNBC show "National Barn Dance" has been sold to Paramount ror a movie The Dinning Sisters, Hoosier Hot Shots, and all the gang will star. MBShow 'Return of Nick Carter' ism thrill er May be heard over \lOR and MBS outlets CBStar Fred Allen returns after an illness He' 11 be heard over WilL on Dec. Fla., the haven of beautiful women. But as his "Favorite Photo" entry, Cpl. Marotta submitted a gal from 'way out in 12 .. fudyCanovawaspresentCa 1 i fo rn i a. ed a gift: a kniFe which polished W off a Jap on New Guinea You She's Miss Julie Bishop, arner Brothers' picture star, who may well imagine her screams recently played opposite Humphrey Bogart in "Action in the NBComedy stars Fibber McGee North Atlantic," and who will be seen in "Northern Pursuit" and Molly still heard .. Their with Errol Flynn at the Post Theater, Sunday and Monday. show comes from Chicago You see, it's this way: Sam writes an occasional song. One Paulette Goddard will in of his tunes "I Heard Your Tears" was sent to Miss Bishop, who Paramount's 'Mlen I Cane Back' .. returned the corporal an autographed picture {seen above) and Sonny Tufts will also be featured the comment "Many thanks for sending 'I Heard Your Tears'-it's Phil Do m, recent visitor lovely." to Tyndall Field, will appear in To which we might add--you're not so unlovely yourself, 'PassaAe to Marseille' .. Clarxle Near Athens, is Eleusis airRains and Peter Lorre are also in !ield scene or a daring escape I the cast. made by yUgosla v fliers when t he II Nazi wave or c onquest swept over \\ a bt?b-6-:t -II Gree ce in 1941. On Monday, near, lY two years later, the !liers came back to settle the score. Flying new American Liberators and, with the United States form ations, they lett the field in lames. Not a plane was lost altho the mission was attacked by Messerschmi t ts that were driven orr by the P-38 escorts. Now that Ele usis is an old name or the Yugoslav airmen the Nazis may expect furthe r visl ts in the future North of Gomel and its beGeriiHUl garrison, the Red army is improving ita positions on the west bank of the Sozh chasing the Nazi Sozh and sos into the river. All vital centers are in Soviet hands and Pullmanminded Nazis, Berlin bound, will have to dog it there on foot in the future. Nor can they thumb ridea from passing Stormovika as whatever hailing is done will be done by old asn winter himself and hi 'hail' will probably knock the Nazis cold. (CWS)--New York--Despite War Department Regulations against civilians wearing Army insigne a Asl turned up at her office here WMring two officer's silver bars on her sweater. A friend asked her if her bay friend was a captain. 'Oh no,' she replied, 'Two 1 leu tenants. ,; .... Hello there! Lets scandaliz e ror. a while with the pertinent happenins at Tyndall T ec h! ...... AT THE U.S.O. VICTORY BALL: Miss Gwynne Gaynor again crowned queen Queen, with M6}'or FBirlin performing the coro nation Pert l'il Bobbie Newburn as Russian maid, right cute with her boots 'n'all P Fe. Larry Mmgum jiving--one of Tyndall's better dancers Sgt. and Mrs. Dick Morris S jSgt. Bill Honey and civ. emp. Eloise Tiller Miss Ann Kind, the elegant hostess, her usual charming self The dancing canbination of the twinkletoed twins Marie Rodgers and Hermina Miller Betty Ann ]eeter Sgt. Bill Syoner with Fagin, Sriva, and the bunch Nice crowd, well-behaved Every one seemed to be having fun. Looks like last week was wed ding week at Tyndall -Cpl. Jimmy Conirr took unto himself a bride in New Orleans Sf Sgt. Paul Curry and Miss Jennie Crawford wedde d Saturday Afte r a long courtship That reminds us or the sign on t he ba ck or a honeymoon sedan: Till draft do us part. T/SAt. Johnny Mitchell m Wirn' s with four (count 'em) lovely dB!Tf!s He looked lonesane M/Sgt. Earl Boutwell leaning agains t the mahogany at L. G. 's The wiFe asked us if he lived there, and 'lie said guess so Firing for qualifications is on the docket Which means we'll be deaf again for a .'ew 'l!eeks Retreat Mon. thru Thurs. 'will be held in front of Hq .. Fri day's will be at the Student Squadron ares You don't need a card to buy stuff at the commissary, soldier All you need is the cash, as of last Sat. S: A cen sor is a guy who can find three meanings to a joke that only has Cpl. Harry Bardi's mother arrived rrorn Par u and, Maine A very charming lady Are you wearing your dog-tags, soldier? You'd better--Uncle Sammy says so Pvt. Bob Logan, formerly stationed at Tyndall, now at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine He's withethe ASTP Unit there Cpl. Sam Melson, rormerly on the PRO starr at Tyndall Tech, now has an A. P.o. number Capt. Morgan use d to be a school teacher Was a member or an Alabama National Guard Unit (Continued from Page q) LONELY?-Betty Lou Gerson plays the leading role in NBC's dramatic serial, "Lonely Women," but can't say she looks the part. What's wrong with thia picture? Rumor has it that R!ta Hayworth will present orson Welles with a little genius What a kid that should be! Garbo may return to !1lmland to do "Lena: Storme ror RKO It's been several years since the large-rooted Swede played in a pic 01' Scoops Daly or the mag "Radio DailY" is in reality a swell guy .name or Herman Pincus He reads "Along the Main Stem every week, he writes Marlene Dietrich shows her legs again in "Kismec, n an MGM pic Her daughter, Maria, soon w eds a soldier.


Nbvember 20. 1943 TWO EVENTS ADDEO TO USO WEEKLY PROGRAM Two events in which servicemen are invited to participate have been added to the weekly program at the USO club ln Panama City, One 1s a mixed community chorus, which meets every Monday night at 7:30P.M. Mrs. Hercules Pettis, w1!e or a T/ F orri cer, a graduate or PeabodY in Baltimore and the Conservatory or Music in Athens, Greece, is in charge. ) GI' s who like to sing are wanted The other ls a class in ballroom dancing, taught by Cooke Freeman every Thursday night at 8 ?. H. The dancing class is followed by a social hour. SYNTHETIC RUBBER GETS ORDNANCE DEPT. TEST Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 20 .-A double. geared program being carried out by the Ordnance Branch, Fourth Service Command, Is giving synthetic rubber tires the works to determine the actual value of synthetic retreads on natural rubber tires and the re treading of synthetic rubber tires with the. same material, It Is disclosed Capt'aln Hugh M. Lokey, Jr., offic.er in charge of rubber conservation. For some months the synthetic tires used on Army vehicles have been returned to the factories when In need of repair, Captain Lokey ex plained, The factories, using synthetic rubber, experimented on various methods and shop pmctices In re treading these tires, then returned to the Army for rigid driving tests, under the critical observance of fac tory engineers. Results are checked periodically during the tests which are driven In all kinds of weather, over various types of roads and un der varying conditions. THE TYNDALL TARGET "SAL L y -8 E H 0 R E II My Instincts of a are se1dom at their best, But they rose to the occasion for this lady In dls-d ress. Her plea has pierced the cockles of my hardened heart of stone, And 1 feel that In this matter I do not stand alone. So for the records of posterity, I give to her a name, "Sally Seemore" seems quite fitting and she's bound to bring It fame. For If she means her promises and keeps them to the letter, There's no end of men at Tyndall who will want to know her better. REC HALL TO GET SOME NEW EQUIPMENT Page r5 Tyndall field's huge recreation hall, "playground" ror all enlisted persongel, is being c ompletely rearranged and supplied with new it was announced today by Capt,. Owen o. Free man, Post Special Servic e orncer. New additions to the "Rec" Hall include a shu!rle-board court on porch racing the GuH. M Cllday night is reserved for the "Informat ion Tease" quiz show; Thurs,... days for the weekly .enlisted men s dance, with guests from nearby Panama City acting as "hostesses" ror the evening. Sgt. David Wolrsklll,who is ln charge, said today that many new features will be added in the .near ruture. -------------------MYSTERY SOLVED! HERE'S WHAT WAC HANDBAG HOLDS Hand bag, WAC, one, 1s written on the-clothing record, That innocuous title houses a multi. tude or poss i b1li tJ es. Cpl. Polly WRlsh was cornered by Yer Blooper Sooth---a reporter ror this illustrious .rag--and rorced to undergo a showdown inspection or her "handbag, WAC, one. Here is what the inventory showed: 2 tubes lipstick (Candy stripe and Navy red). 1 pen and 1 pencil, 1 address book (wrowrrrrl )'. 3 unmailed letters (addressed to Art, Harvey, and Rudy). 2 packages or gum, 1 !Ull-sized pancake make-up, 1 sponge. 2 handkerchie!s (1 not GI), 1 bottle (small) Mais ou1, 1 box mascara. 1 compact, 2 pair gunners wlngs, 1 (reported 2 months old) cigar. 1 eyebrow pencil, 2 canbs (1 rat-tail, 1 GI). wad or pink Kleenex, (rootbaU s1ze). 2 pacKages or matches. Another part of the program is the retreading, by commercial tire re pair contractors, of natural rubber tires using synthetjc rubber for re treadsand applying the best methodl!l determined by the factories in thetr experiments with synthetic retread ing. This class of retreads is also undergoing severe test driving, with the results expected to provide the answer to the problem of keeping American transportation rolling on rubber made at home. HOW IT CAIIB TO BB THE WI NNAH I wonder how tne name Pr()4 BLUES IN THE NIGHT, or A Wac Has A Date vost Marshal got that way? Well, The winner in tne "Paper Doll ContesU sponsored by the Target is r it's simple if you know your SfSgt, James s. Willis or the 69th--with his prize winning entry o French. Sally Seemore." wilY back 'lllile:n the feudal kings For his nains in her behaH, Sgt, W1111s will recetve two h t f t I can't put this thing on by "" "' Rre milking t e pel!BBil s o JUS myself. Say B etty Lou hel p me bookS or theater tickets !or the Post Cinema with Sally seemores about everything they had, the with this doggone paraphernalia. prevots, or agents, of the .rMce-O uch, don't pull so hard! Take I ,chal, who took his orders direct your darn fqot out of my I 1 f th ch d'd th dJ.'rty For Heaven's sake, don't sp1ll ran e monar J. e that perfume on my only clean 'wofk. Later on they becll1!e 1pai r of hose. Say, go easy with L----------------------------.......1 enforcers with police powers, and that string pulling. You're lac-I'm writing this article on be-burial. Hats orr to the American the chief trouble-shooter was -i.1g that corset too tight. Darn it, I should have bought an all hal! or.the many thankS I have Red Cross, and come on all you known as the Prevot llsrechal, elastic girdle instead of this ror one branch or service I reel men or Tyndall Field, lets get TheBritishandU.S. anniespiclr-o Yodel 1918 corset. Ooh, l can should not be overlooked on their behind a worthY cause and make it .ed the name up, changed it' sohardly breathe with this infernal 100 nercent 'in the drive !or the thing on. Tortures of the Damn-new drive which is to begin in "' that it sounded like provo mared I I do hope that that private March, 1944. American Red Cross ror 1944. shal, Btld its final spelling appreciates all the trouble and Racen tly my bro ther-in-1 aw -Cpl. Henry Daigel out Provost llsrshal. sacrifice that I'm going thru, passed away leaving a wire and Skunk Hollow That's what llr. Webster loly eyebrows look like a fuller Please' pluck them for me, two chlldren. I received the Way back in m;y school days we Betty Lou. Ouch! Take it"easy, message and was quite shocked as had such things as "Industrial rrainingarrange a "Tour !or the I did not have any money to !inTours." A group was assembled members or the permanent party set. Hmmmit looks O.K. Whew, ance my trlp home to attend the and carried through dirrerent that do not have direct contact I'm glad it's all.over. What's runeral. manuractur1ng plants to see how that? Oh a phone call for me? But thankS to the American Red their products were made, Thanks. Hello, ,yes; yes; unhuh,. Whati' .. Noooo ,No I don't mind,. Cross, that they had conrlded in At Tyndall Field we put out a If you've got to work tonight, me, that they saw ]; would not produce, The Best Gunners, but you've got to work And if you lose any time in arriving, had .. some or us would like to see HOW can't keep a date, you just can't d th it is done. keep it. Bye. Oooooooh! I the money waiting and I ma e e I.Ihw couldn't r he Denartmen t or -Cpl. Sam Marotta runeral about !our hours berore nu.., tt ., with the school. Not only would 1.t be ins tructive to the individual but would tend to deepen his appreciation ror the school. R Q. Tltralter, 446tlt F.G.T.S.


6 NEWS Squadron A Squadron A has just finished the third week of school, which was mostly range. work, and the. stud ents are really beginning to get the THE TYNDALL TARGET FROM THE old Tyndall SWing It seems aS INSTRUCTORS SQDN. though their main objection is the Sgt. Rachor reported at the Den-obstacle but they'll learn to tal Clinic for his overseas physical love it if they live that long. only to discover that he had left his Romeo Drake writes 16 page letstore teeth a t the barracks .. Sgt. iters to his favorite (Millicent), McCormick suddenly discovered the and gets a calling card in return. other d::;.y that he is supposed to be Quote, "Darling, I was busy tonight, teaching Turrets instead of Phase will write more tomorrow. Love ," .Checking Grab hold of your ears; Unquote. Mac. Sgt. Welper went Scotch and Squadron A seems to hav e troublE! decided h e was spe!:Jing too much winning an inspection but the day money for candy and made the is coming when we'll win one. lowing statement: "The only candy Pvt. Maiio Londra is really a polJI'm going to ea' is what's given t6 ular lad at the Rec Hall these days. me." ... Sgt. Rosier celebrated his The g:!.lS really go mad about this 'IIO ,., Aq '8110dS o::> 'll poaw 'ppoo Asapno::> birthday the other day and we had: young lad whose voice could be com-'A>jS WOJf H 'JappnJ H! PIOH 'JappnJ 'lUC a16u!s c to huve an extra mail clerk and truck: pared with Swoonatra. puc a16u!s c soy puc soy puc S! os1c to take care of boxes and cards .... We have all types of personalities '-dma os1c S! ay1 s6u!M ay1 aJCnbs s6U!M Sgts. Weatherby and Wine, the great in this Squadron. Take Joe Ster n, padcys AIID:lHd!llone, losing many old faces, including Actg. lst/Sgt. C.D, Smith. Wonder who keeps Sgt. warner (1ut Late every saturday night. Why .is CpL Truesd a re marching hi s men with that. dazed l'o.ok the last few days? --eould it be that h e is.going to tle.tlie knot in a few days? ---S/Sgt. Joe A. opperi: will soon be barracks of an.ot11er home now that his. 1 w1fe arrived, ---1 wonder if El me' r is rooking forwarJi to a su'r prise upon 'return from his 'fur'lough? Cain haspitched a tent in the Orderly Room of the ;Squadron since taking over as .Ac tg. ls t/Sgt. --11ho i s the youn" lass(?) of Panama City that keeps calling Sgt. Pellegrino and settles for Sgt. Warner? ---Lt. W.A. Doyle returned to the Squad after spending a month at Randolph Field, Texas. ---Welcome back, Lt. ---Pfc, Cullen.inust have found that 'Million Dollar Baby' in the fanama City 5 & 10, & Coke An optimist is an old who sleeps in a double bed.


The war at week's end shaped up thusly: The Russians had captured the important rail junction of Korosten, splitting the German forces in Vthi te Russia and the Ukraine. American troops were stead ily extending their beachhead at Empress Augusta on l3ouga:in ville. American banbers completed the second of two raids on Nazi installations in NorwS Eighth Army artillery had broken up Gennap. preparations for a coun tera tt ack in the middle of the Sangro River front in Italy. .... -.... Korosten is an important rail jnnction on the railway between LeningrOO. and Odessa. That railwey is the only northsouth line available for the Gennans. Yesterday, Korosten fell to Soviet troops, thus ending the rail line's use fUlness to Hitler. At Gomel, the Russians have almost encjrcled the Nazi forces. The Gennans 1 escape cor ridor from that imperilled city has been slashed to less than 25 miles as a result of the fall of the protective stronghold of Rechitsa after a fUrious three-day battle. Those twin important victories were announced by Sta lin in two orders of the dey as the climax to a week of fighting which included the first effective counter-offensive to be made by the Gennans in many weeks. Earlier in the week, Moscow had admit ted that Soviet troops had been forced to abandon several positions in the Zhitomir region west of Kiev in the face of furious 1Nazi One column of Russian troops had advanced to within 35 miles of the former Polish border, seizing Baranovka. This same collDIDl was w..ithin 115 miles of the Rumanian border to the south. l(t American troops attempting warfare which has been typical of all land actions against the Japs so far. Advances have been measured in yards, not miles. The Japs, it was estimated, have lost about 800 men ldlled as the American beachhead on the island has been expanded several hundred yards in all directions. An American naval task force advancmg to the northern end. of the island bombarded the J ap air base at Buka in sup port of the land operaticn. American attacks on the Marshall and Gilbert Islands are growmg more numerous and more powerfUl Daylight bombing raids on the J alui t and Mille a tolls in the Marshalls and on Makin in the Gilberts were revealed du ring the week. Hangars, shops and fuel dumps and enemy vessels in the harbors of those Nipponese defense bases have taken a beat ing from long-range American bombers. There were numerous minor raids against the far-spread J ap holdings during the week; against Rabaul, other bases on Bougainville, and sane Japanese merchant vessels bringing food and llJ.lllitions to the "sons of were destroyed. The Japs kept up their wild claims of heavy losses inflicted on the u.s. Navy. Recent Jap reports have claimed extensive damage to many American war vessels, damage which has been denied by puzzled Navy meri. American officials have been trying to figure out the reasons for the Japs' wild claims. Perhaps, they think, it is to bolster Japanese hane morale. But the 4roerican officials wooder why the Japs at home should need encouragement since they have been told no thing of the los_ses of their anned forces. American Liberator bombers made two raids on Gennan installations in occupied Norway. to rust the Japarese fran Bou-, gainville Island have been fighting the bitter jungle Nine heavy bombers failed to complete the second, 1,200mile round trip' rut three of the nine landed in Sweden, Morn CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF -\lONOP. WAc; AWAP.DE D t"APT. 7.MfES .SWETT, WllO "-SIIOT m#7 JAPANESE 801r1.BERS /;VA SI!YCLE FL.IC!IT : ISLANDS AREA 7 APRILIlY3 their c::ews nninjured. The Nazis' biggest repair and maintenmce depot at Kjellor, outside of Oslo, was the target Thursday and on 'fuesdey the Gennans 1 biggest electrolysis plant, 00 miles fran Os lo, felt the wei'tt of Ameri-can air power. B-255 and For tresses raided captured more than 8 000 Brit ish and Italian troops and large amounts of artillery on the island. The iSland was one of four in the Dodeeanese occupied by the Bri t:ls.h Middle East f<>rces in September. Since then, the Nazis have retake1 three of the frur. the Athens air field m Greece ....... ---------RAF bombers struck at llldwig shafen, sit of the world's largest chemical works, and at-Berlin and other western Gennany targets. The Allies during tile suffered their biggest and most humiliating setback since the "Big Push" began at El Al amem. Germany, probably desiring to make an impressioo of military might on Turkey, recap tured the island of in days of violent land and air fighting. The Leros. engagement was minor, compared to the battling in Russia and Italy, but it nevertheless was a sharp set back. The Nazis announced they had G. I. Q By Camp Newspaper S e rvice BRAINS count. How are yours? If you miss all the s e questions y ou 're off the beam. Mark your answers-the n take the rap by checking wit h the right ones. 1. A l eade r of one of the Unite d Nations w ho recently urged the American public to buy war bonds up to the hilt is-A-Josef Stalin ( ) B-Winston Churchill ( ) 2. The r e a r e five full (fourstar) generals now on active duty w ith the U S Army. Four of them are George C Marshall, D ouglas MacArthur, Dwight D. (Ike) Eisenhower and Henry H (Hap) Arnold. The fifth is not John J P ershing. He isA-1\Ialin Craig( ) B-George S. Patton ( 3. A carr i er-based Navy fight ing plane recently reveale d to the public after it had been classified s ecret," though in action for sev eral months is the-A-Helldiver ( l B-llellcat( l Answers: 1-A; 2-A; 3 .8.


THE TYNDALL TARGET : "' .. '( 0 3: m E: (A 0 l! '-<: n z -. 0 v, !1) n !1) m ....... 0 .... "' "' !1) 0 :::. a .... !1) ::. .... 0 .... -0 :::. "' -..... :::. 0 (.) d r-"' m c I


. overnber 20 1943 THE TYNDALL T p e 7 Medicwoes Chow Line Chatter The long awaited for 'touch football. game between those We're very happy to boast that ancient rivals, the Medics and we' ve gone all out 100 per cent in 0 the 25th Altitude Training Unit, <'6 the Community C hest fund here at came to pass on Sunday of last 5f.;Jc, the messes. In a short while we will week. It was an e xcellently be-presented our cards. The played hstl game with the Medics Messes in general could still use a once again leading the way. r 1 The score: Medics 31, 25th A. T. U. 1tt e co-operation on the part of the 14. field men. All can oblige by havThese local 'charming women' ing their messcard:; handy on com-sure possess some novel ways of ing through the line, so as not. to 'getting acquainted. Wonder hold things up too l o ng. who that 'Paper Doll' was---who At a quiet ceremony at the Post called up Oiarlie Mains--said she Chapel on Saturday, November 13, was from the Panama City News Thomas Naples was united in and wanted to know if marriage to Miss K atherine Slowey. 1 The Sgt. and Mrs. Naples were at-down. We had no ide a that you t ended by yours truly as best man, were leading a 'dog's life. and Mrs. Angeline as maid of honor. Wonder what the story is on the Mrs. Angeline also is a recent bride, Matonak-'Judy' romance. It's be-having been married to Cpl. Ange-ginning to sound like a 'knock line a week ago. Sgt. Napl;!S is a 'em do_ wn-drag em out affair. native of Jersey City, N. J., and the One letter---he's getting married bride is from Madison, Wise. -:-the next--it' s all off. We Thursday night's dance couldn' t w1sh she would make up her mind--be it the affirmative or the quite be called a success, due to the negative. This obvious 'neglect, fuct t hat Sgt. Mintzer wan't pres,is depriving the rest of the ent, but I guess the girls will be local 'dolls' of some good 'mat-pleased to know he' ll be there this erial. week. I admit---my dear readers--that Congratulations to Pvt. Jordan, I like an occasfonal one of the bakers at Mess No! 2 He even I didn't believe my own eyes "N d b is now the proud father of a s1 x when one of Saunders Snakes ?w on t worry a out your cooking not agreeing ,crawled in to the Re c Hall the w1th my stomach, dear. my government insurance pound girL other day---and demanded to sit policy covers all hazardous undertakings." Pvt. John Clark said that he would in on the 'Poker game. He could L--================r==============::!_--1 gladly become a charter member of have had any seat in the house__ f the new NCO Club, if only he could the table was cle'nred 'thaf' become a non-com. quickly. The Squadron day room is about The patients and the members of W AC-tivil.leS Bro 8 Lthe busiest place on the field, since the Medical Detachment are fn for Wft om"" the new cue sticks and cue bulls a lof of pleasant surprises when have made their appearance, or is it :the new public address system. is installed here in the stat ion Would anyone violently object if Last week was quite a busy one that practically everyone is restrictHoilj>i tal. From what I c1r1 gather we hoisted our little chins out of the with some of the brothers attending ed? Incidentally, we're all waiting ---if won't be "long now--either. gutter all the way up to the curb? driving lessons at the Motor Pool, for the boxing matches to start There is a 'Baker' boy at Per-Some-serious businessis at hand. You others going to training films at the again. Clark has challenged just sonnel who is rather sweet on one .see; our favorite executive and sup-Rec Hall (that new VD film is a holy. about everyone in the burracks. of our _local. employees. ply officers are going the way of all fright), and with the Glee Club prucBiggest feud of the year goes on I 'm t 0 ld that she thinks him fortunate fies. h Lts. Gee and KeyeE tieing under the capable direction of nightly, between Sgt. (Sinatra) Mintnice'---yet won't give 1 the 69 h WAC D h Frankie Perry. zer and his room-mates. Can it be hlm a tumble, because he is 'ra-are eavmg t etc th t ther nice. For a 1i ttl e girl-__ We secretly .suspect they._ are gr.eatly The Glee Club incidentally is gain-a h e wants to sing them to sleep? methinks she is breaking a lot of relieved because. they lhmk we that flag for a long time. OUr .. lst/S.gt. arid his Mrs. re turned fr-om his long-awaited three-day pass and really had a time. They visited Dothari, and enjoyed its peace and quiet. Quite a change from the hustle of Panama City, and we're glad he's back, One o{ our boys was supposed to have gotten married this past and we were all looking :forward tD the hawy occasion, bu t it didn't come off as planned, somethin11 about sleeping it off And *e thought all Gene drank was Coca Colas. Sgt. Calverini finally went on his furlough, but not until he had said iOOdbye to all of his friends, and gotten a promise for a date when he get" back froin Ne'\11 Yo riC City, from all his friends' girl fr lends ,Have a good time J illllliy. Our own Sgt. Cadenhead is back from furlough in Mississippi. He had a swe11 time, so he says, and gained 10 lbs. Look what civil-upon long under the dryer in the putting the men through their perissued a call for candidates for the shop. In yon corner; .Sgt. iodic physical conditioning exams. All Post basketball team (co!ored), the. Cearley is swe:,ting her out. "The 'isn't work, however. On the 11th Adjutant is threatening a series of Carp" rears her lovely head ohce for the G 1. dance in the Rec Hall was a lectures on Malarial Control ::nd the air and )o and b ehold, she has her "Tacky Party" and a great success. squadron will be firing the pistol tightly curled, moistily gooed, and we 22nd a traveling U S. 0. marksmanship course on Thanksgiv-be-netted head (attached) also -will in the Rec Hall and to the scheduie. firmly becapped. Cpl. Dively let out a loud raucpous howl and removed the hat and Carpenter went under for the third ;md last time ... Judy Eicher is going to have protective sides built on her bunk. Kid Bacchus, she is known as ... Edith Ger schon doesn't talk about it very much -nor play it very often-but she renders-upon coaxing and the pi ano-=the loveliest version of "Black Magic" imaginable. She is also just -back from the hospital where she had a bad case of observation "Course ,eu know "Taylor doesn' t wear perfu111e or cologne of any type because of its alcoholic content ... Sgt. Bottini is i n the upper third bracket of the swell egg class. Tough and rugged as an Angora sweater ... New mess captain Mary Lee escapes this week since the grease trap covered paw o f Kay Pee has not beckoned thither yetly. Yer lil' ol' _:_Sad Sack ian life does for you, fellows. Well, all for this issue, out for the BUSY BEE, fello'jll's, "Which one shall I wear tonight?"


J?a e 8 Guardians v.e extend a he<;.rty welcome to Lt. E T Bonk, who has just returned from school. The are glad to see him back looking none the worse for wear after taking that rugged course. Sgts. Keyes, Hilton, Cpl. F Cox, and Pvts. Talbott and Parjss return ed from gu:,rd s c hool at Miami Beach and brought back some medals for proficiency with their irons." George Moser, who is that same course waxes eloquent on the efficiency and thoroughness of the school but claims that his distinction is delectable females in scanty swim suits. BANTER: Cpl. Artal "Dood It" last week when he tripped up the aisle with a Tampa girl. Pvt. C Spencer fs anxiously waiting for his furlough so he can go "dear" hunting up in MD.ssachusetts. . Bes. t morale builder that we've seen is a piping hot dish of arroz c.on poliochicken and rice to you ignoramuses. (Editor's note: black beans and yellow rice). Pvt. A Galifei ts recovery from an appendectomy. Inciclentally his wife is coming do\\rn to help him recover. And Pvt Martinelli is sweating out those raviolis at 1'lome. MAN OF THE WEEK: Sgt. Joseph Wawrzon is our man of the wek. Joe hails from the windy city, ChicD.go, Ill., and was employed as a clerk in a Florsheim shoe factory. He was born on March 14, 191"6, in Chicago. Wawrzon is police and prison clerk at the guardhouse and does a very good job of clerking there. He has many friends and this may be due to his amiable character and to his bmnd of dry humor. His hobbies are photography and basket llall and his ambition is to visit Po land after the war. -Cpl. Sam Marotta. Flashes Our last reports were from a man who has just returned from furlough. His reports states that it is no longer possible to walk into one's favorite bar and have the old favor whatever it may be. In r.nswer to this good buddy's report, we have asked our next furloughman to the great north to briJ:J.g us an uncensored report on conditions. \Ve sincerely hope that our representative doe!il n't forget what he is going after. The other day a cook was overheard telling a prospective overseas man that "Only cowards left Tyn dD.ll's mess for ove : se a s We do kno w that it t akes a brave man to stic k it out, c ooki e. A bit of talent h:J.s be e n dis covered in our midst. His n ame is DeFa be e s This m a n i s without a doubt o n e of our most interesting men WHY? Because no on e knows wha t he is go in g to do n ext. r Reminds on e of the Gun C r a dl e Sgt.) He i s without a d oubt o n e o f the b est sports w e h a ve THE TYNDALL TARGEI' PHOTOQUIZ ....__ I Targ et for today i s t h i s Noz. i : ( o ) v n.fene eboot ( c ) ullroseoboot ( b ) ub ersoebool ( d ) upundownboot 9 This fellow gch his pay check from 10 S h e ho' < o hol d < h'is pose when she 's, ( a ) Uncle Sam Walt D i sney ( b ) P e ter Arna {c!J Szyk ( o ) volptottin g ( c ) (b ) aquaplani ng ( d j wolersleci d i ng PHOTOOUIZ ANSWERS u!UOtdonbo (q}-i)l Aou!O I!DM (>}-(> 6U!A!P D.,daap 0 ',I! (p}-a '! UO) (p) 9 (puoii!ADH ap) D!A !!Q (q)-S ,.,!O)I AJuaH (q)-u!''"!3 (p'!l'll) ,a (>)-C ou!JOZ oJa A ( > )-t ,ooqaaSJa,un (o)-l ever seen a r en't you h a n ded h e defeat e d a te:1m o f su-perior strength in a t errific g a m e of volleyb a ll. Anyo n e wishing to t ake a f e w l esson s w ill see D e F a bees at arena N o. 2 between 2 a nd 4. 8 It isn t t oo early to say anything about Christmas F e ll ows, we are l ooking f o r s o m e s ug-gestions for a little Christm::.s e v e p arty. Sug gestions can be submitted to your spec ial s e rvi c e r ep r esenta ti v e yours truly. Cpl. F J J o hn so n. Problem in Economics Why is it that the girl with the least principal draws the most interest? Soldiers No Want To 'Play Ball' at 6 AM Ft. Custer, Mich. (CNSl-Miffed b ecause some of his charges failed to turn out for pre-breakfast drill, Sgt. Bill Rowe posted this notice: "All m embers of this organization will fall out for morning drill a t 6 AM. Cooperation is necessary. If you m e n will play ball with m e I will play ball with you." Later in the day someone scribble d this appendix to the s ergeant's note: "We would like to cooperate, sergeant, .but 6 AM i s one h e ll of a time to pla y b all." Fifth Engine Added To British Bombers Londen (CNSl-A fifth motor -desi g n e d to cut down the load o n the other four'-soon will b e adde d to f o u r-moto r e d bombers of the Royal Air F orce. The extra motor which w ill serve as a "flying power s t ation, w ill r educe the ris k of crash land in gs. It will operat e inde p endently of the otpe r four. Then there' s the girl named Checkers because she jumped every time you made a wrong move. Canaries Sgt and .Mrs Mueller are "sweating it out" but it was worth it, as they had a 7 pound 4 ounce baby boy. Sgt. Mueller hasn't got, ten back to normal yet. Cigars were pf>,ssed out and whiskey and ice cream will be served for the next addition thefamily. Severalof the boys are leaving on furloughs and they are all adither. Specially a certain Sgt. by the name. o.f Strong. plans to go fng and what not. He has been on thin ice for so long he probably wouldn' t know the difference We finally have a bowling team organized r ,nd this week we bowl the "Skunk Hollow" boys. We wil't let you know next week how we make out. We are "all on the ball" anyhow. ., Seems that S /Sgt. Gayla is always making the headllnes but then if he behaved himself it wouldn't have happened. The place was the Embassy Club and he was giving moral support to a luscious civilian damsel surrounded by the Navy. I guess he was sort of clumbsy at it as there was a remark maqe that he was all hands. Sgt. Cawthorne should be recovered from his injuries received while walking into the engine box on th ramp. Wouldn't have happened lf h had kept his eyes to the front anc not whistled at the blonde. Cpl. Dock Taunton is still giving the girls at the sub-depot a "snow job." And he is from New too ... Bet he never saw snow. -Woody. lRPO.RAL.'


November 20, 1943 "AD LIBBS" (Continued on Page 9) Slogan !or Victory Gardens : Weed 'em and reap. Cutie Culkins, the office cut Uf, says it takes two woods to make a match he would Blld she would,, Sgt. Dave Wolfskill and his mob cleBlling ur-the Rec Hall t'other norning, missing the services of Cpl. Oglesby The Ogley one is on furlough to his home in Greenville, S.C Did you ever watch Becky set .1.11-' the cokes at the Rec Hall? 9-Je' s a swell waitress PEe. Judd Hubert, interpreter deluxe, is on a troor train 'Frisco bourd He has a fur Lough after he releases his French boys at Salt Lake Lodd t v.hat a careless typist can do: A man woke up one morning arc/ found a uniform adorning his frame. 'Good Lord, he said, 'I've been induced.' Cpl. Fern Welling, Capt. Single ton's WAC sexaterry, complains that this column last week 1m plied that she was married. She says she 1sn t. Did someone say someth1ngabout "Ready, Welling and able?" .... Cpl. Helen McNamara (Sul'U van) recentlY returned !rom a furlough to Penna. .. Her l'rubby' s in the Coast Guard THE TYNDALL TARGET PRETTY AS A PICTURE "' .. 1st;sgt, Mable Pickett or There's an old saying that gentlemen prefer blondes. If you the WAC says a!ter the war she's guys don't prefer this gal, you're strictly SNAFU. going to run away to a desert is-Her monicker is Jackie Copeland, and she's a Conover Cover land, where she'll have no rorm gal. You've seen her on the cover page of your favorite magato !11l out but her own The z i ne, and now she's our gl aiTomer-gal of the week in your faArmy requires WACs to !111 out vorite camp newspaper. Sorry we can't reveal her telephone !orms, too, it seems w;o number, but at any rate, we'll repeat her name Jackie CopeJoshua Missal, leader o! the Band, land. Interesting camera shot, isn't it? Yes, very nice makes !requen t trips to Port St. composition. Joe,, Can it be that he likes And lookjt them dimples! All of 'em! sea rood? And how did make out on your Physical Fitness exam this week? Any improve ment? .... We invite your attention to the pin-up !IJl. l this week I! you'd like a pic or her, send her a letter at 52 Vanderbilt Ave., NYC, and tell her you naw her pic 1n the Target. Well, soldier, did have EPT.: Any GI returning one (1) Brass Bottle t& S/Sgt. Larry Henderson a season ticket to Waller Trainer, (Bet it's never found,) Why the sudden fad for pipes at W.T,? Tis said that WACs prefer "the paper mill.., Sgt. Cronk, the Pin Up boy of the Salt Lake City WAC Det. sent one sample: got 14 requests. 'Cutie Cronk' the boys call him ... Who is Cpl. Hessee keeping her cute brown eyes on, or is it down right love for WT that prompted her to go to work on her ni te off?.,, 'Snafu,' the WAC pup, spent Sat, morn inspecting WT, She promptly found a warm corner and went to sleep, thus making hersl d f a member of high standing,,,Why let your gas mask hang around and gather dust? So said T/5 Ginny Hyde, She cut quite a figure in full 'Gas Dress' as she drained the grease Pa e 9 BRITISH COBBLERS REPAIR U.S. SHOES Atlanta, Ga., O c t. 12.L e nd-lease i s \I.'Orking in reverse in England w here British workers are repairing s hoes and boots of American soldiers in t h e European theatre at no cost to the Ur.ited St:::.tes. Records reaching Headquarters, Fourth Servi ce Command here, show that not only shoes but thousands of other items used b y the American soldiers are be:ng repaired in Eng land and t h e British government is paying the b i ll in cluding t h e salaries of the emplo yee. In t h e case of footwear, a shoe factory in a small West Country town is reprjrin g 25 per cent of t h e worn s hoes of Unite d States troops in t hat area. This factory, taken as an example of other repair operations, i s in char-ge of an American officer of the Quartermaster Corps, but it employes British workers. The rebuildi n g of American Army s hoes i s done on the original lasts which have b ee n supplied for thc t purpose. The full range of t hese lasts runs from size 4 to size 1 5 and the widths from AA to EEE1 38 different comb i n a t ions of sizes. In the rebuilding process. the s hoes are stripped down to the quarters and revamped befo.re being made up with :--"' -': .:1-;w 0ottom material. Because t h e uppers have bee n broken in and a r e mo1 e flexible than is the case of new footwear the Doughboys usually ask for' "Class B Issue" shoes -meaning rebuilts-if they a r e avail able, according to the records r eceived. Hollywood: Jinmy furante says: 'It takes all kinds of peorle to make a WJrld--guys like me--and the homely ones. Of course, I ain't bra.ggin', you understand, but you've gotta admit there's somethin' about me that really s t ands aut. Dcmes /mow that 1 ike nobody else, Blld nobody else mat ters. Now just today, for instance, a swell-lookin' dame comes up to me out at M(J,f where I'm makin' the pitcher, 'Two Sis ters and a Sailor,' and right away I sees what she's got on her mind--so I plays _hard ,to get. I admit it's tough resistin' her as she stands there, her lips all puckered wai tin' for the Great Lover to give her a thrill--but I holdsrry ground. 'Please, Jimmy!' she says. I shakes my head,'-. 'Just one,' she pleads. I shakes my head again. (I'm a beast!) 'You just got to!' she says. So then when I see she's suffered enough, I gives in--and buys a War Bond.' "Copyrighted Material Syndicated Content Available from Commercial News Providers"


Page 10 THE TYNDALL TARGEI' WHAT'S 00/NGNEXT WEEK Warm in, the Bench SUNIY.Y 7:00P.M. Boxing at the Colored 12:45 P.M Musical Recording RE!cHall. Hour at Post Theater. W/0 Missal 8:3. 0 P.M Radio broadcast over Stop He Jf rou'ue Heard This Song Before Commentatrr. WDIP. T/F Radio P layh;use. NaiDAY 111URSDAY By SGT. FRANK DE BLOIS CNS Sports Correspondent 12:3i P,N, Squadron A&R Re presentatives Meeting at Athletic Office. Frankie Frisch never shaved a man in his life and he doesn't know an olive oil massage fran a lucky Tiger rubdown, but he's t th same IP. baseball par-lay, a barber is a a barber jus e i bench a talk-boy, a guy who's forever getting a gr p on somebody' s corlf--usually an unpire's. The old Fordham Flash is one of the better umpire ba1ters in the game. Hers not quite as loud as Leo Durocher, nor as apoplectic as Jimmy Dykes, but he's pretty good at the game and he's ld.nd of funny, too. Arthur Daley, in the New York Times, telLs one about how Frisch once innocently walked up to an umpire in St. Louis and asked him if he had a cigar in his pocket "Why should I have a cigar?" said the tnnpire, who had just made a sad decision and was expecting something a little more warming frctn Frisch. "I just thought you might," the Flash explained. "Because you certainly looked like a cigar store Indian on that play." * Once in a while the customers write. A G F Ka e a duard at the AAF Intransit Depot, Nat1ck, ls n o; 1 t f II who wrote complaining of th1s department s neg ec o ass. d. t d be one of his idols. Correspondent Kane is e the name of Eddie 1/ahan wasn't included in th1s columns l1st of alltime football greats. Mahan fullback on three of the late, great Percy Haughton's powerho,useHarvard elevens, was named to .Walter Camp's All American team three years in a row. Cor resJ:onden t Kane says he was the all-around superior to Charley Brickley, or any other back who ever wore the Crimson. 'He kick, run, and throw,' says Kane, 'and he was a wildcat at parchesi.' * One dey while sports writing S/Sgt. Ray Schwartz was incar-cerated at the station hospital at Camp Kohler, Colo., he was approached by a cocky little Pfc. wearing an aprm. "Say, n began the Pfc., "aren 1 t you a staff sergeant?" Schwartz nodded sourly. "That's nice," said the other, whipp.ing out a note book. "It'll add a little class to the KP list." * Here's one we got from Pvt. Louis Charman, of Jefferson Barracks, Mo.: Taking his post-induction eye examination, a rookie asked if he could read the 20-20 line, 7:00P.M.-Movies at Station Hospital. 8:00P.M. Regular Information Tease Contest at Rec He.ll. 8:30P.M. Noviea at Receivina SqJJadron. ruES DAY 8:00 P,N, Weekly Dllnce at USO, T/F Band broadcast over WilP. 8:00 P,N, Navies at Colored Rec Hall. WJ!Im:sDAY 12:30 P.M. -Special Service Non Com Meeting at Post Library. 5:30 P.M. InterSquadr.on Touch Football Games. 7:00P.M. Protestant choir re hearsal, Post Chapel. 7:00P.M. Weekly Variety Show at Receiving Pool. CHOIR REHEARSES CHRISTMAS MUSIC Special Christmas music is be ing rehearsed by the Field Protestant choir, Dwight Boileau, director, announced this week. The music will be sung at Yule chapel services. The choir also. is rehearsing carols which the group wilt sing at dl rreren t po ints on the field as was done last year. Sergeant Boileau extended an invitation to to join the choir, Which meets !or rehearsals in the post chapel every Wednesday at 7 P.M. SKUNK HOLLOW SEEKS DEODORIZED. SKUNK 'Sure, he said. 'KZCYSYSQRZMNK. I knew the guy well. "Vlanted: One skUnk, o! either Used to play guard for Notre Dame. sex and definitely without odor." That advertisement appears in shotgun shells and links as any ot the "Skunk Hollower," weekly the enlisted men. ORDNANCE THROWS A WORK PARTY Last Thur sday night th e orricers and m e n or t h e Det. 2 082nd Ord nance h eld another work par t.Y at t h e Magazine Area. Object: To co nsolidate all ammu nitio n stored at present 1-n the magazin e wareh ouses by removing 1 t. to other war e houses _des(gnated ror the purpose Wow! What a job! Members or the work party in clu ded : Major K enneth G, Emery, post. o t'd nan c e o r f1 c e r; 1st L t. Burt Applebaum, 2nd Lt.s, Jame s R. Glisson James W. Langley, Jr,, Rober, T. Birney, Robert K. Vick ery and W/0 jg M errill L. Yates, a score or bucks and st.arrs with a light sprinkling or t.echs and masters and the rank and file or the ordnance company. It was no n!ght. tor goldbricks Arter a hard day's w ork t h e orrtcers an d men assembled again at 6: 15P.M. and at 7 the "party was _ln full progress. I n t.he!r fatigues 1t. was hard to d!st!ngulsh an officer rrom an e:nl!st.ed man, ror t h e r e were no rJ !re ctors," & nd the or fleers prove() a s adept at tossing the b oxes or cals. 30, 45 and 50 s an d At 1:15 A.M., under a brilliant mimeographed paper which is pub Florida sky and the cM.llenging lished by aerial gunnery students floodlights or the magazine area, in the receiving squadron. a cease and desist order was is-sued,,, the job was done O!!iThe "wantedr( advertisement cers and men piled into the wait-con tlnued: ing trucks and headed ror bed and "As the Hollow's !arne spreads, chn was a rare sight and the men we reel that the presence or a or ordnance got a great kick out live representative or our nameor it. Major Emery and Lt. Birsake is a de!inlte necessity; To ney had elected themselves as 1 t chow-line KP's and how they did be perfectly P <>in: we wan a tnelr stu!!! ExpertlY ladling pet skUnk! I! the public ever out the scrambled orrerings or learns that there are no skunks. war-minded hens to his hungry men in Skunk Hollow, we will !ind was broadly-smiling Major Emery, while with equal dispatch at dish-ourselves knee deep in shame. ing out the "'taters" was his So, dear reader, send us your armament orticer and fellow KP, we promise you he will be: Lt. Birney. And. there were large Nell cared !or and cannot !ail to juicy pears !or each and all, bread and butter and jam, hot be completely at home," corree, and a word or commendation ror a job well done. Ed note: Greater love hath no man than that as Major or Lieutenant h e pullet.h KP ror his men. Just another instance or the fine cooperation existing between the Ordnance Company's officers and men, and acknowledging the g enuine contribution in work Ordnance is making dailY to the splendid record or Tyndall Field's Flexible Gunnery School. A swell job, !ellasl Pic, E.T. Delbyck COLORED USO SHOW HONDAY NIGHT "What's Cookin1," a USO show with an all-colored cast, Will make two appearances-at Tyndall Field Monday night, One show be at the Post Theater at 8:30P.M. The other will be at the colored Rec Hall at about 8:30. 6:30 P.N. Radio Worlcshir period, 7:00 P.M. Movies at Station Hospital. 8:00P.M. Regular weeklyGI dance at Rec Hall. T/F Band broadcast over WDLP. 6:00 P.M. Regular weekly color ed GI dance at Cblored Rec Hall. 8:30 P,N. Movies at Receiving SqJJaclXon. FRIDAY 7:30P.M. -Boxing bouta at Re ceiving Pool. 8:00 P,N, -Movies at Colored Rec Hall. SAnJRDAY 7:00P.M Movies at Station Hospite.l. 8:30 P,N, Novi es at Recei vlng Squadi-on.. 1:00 1:15 P.M. Mondays, Wed and 'March to Victory' broadcast over WtLP. PLAYERS WANTED FOR BASKETBALL TEAMS A call ror players !or two Tyn dall Field basketball teams was issued this week by M{Sgt, Wood row Busby, in charge or organizing the teams. Busby said that anyone interested in playing should contact him either at the 69th or at the Base Photo &._Reproduction Department, The two teams planned have been tentatively designated as team "A" and team "B." E \:\ POST Sa turd ay, 'SON OF DRACULA, Lon Chaney; Louise Sun,, Non,, 'NOR1HERN PURSUIT,' Errol Flynn, Julie Bishop, .Tuesday, 'HENRY ALDRICH HAUNTS A HOUSE,' Jimmy Lydon, .Charlie' Smith, 'GILDERSLEEVE ON BROAD WAY,' Harold Peary, Billie Burke, Wed,, Thurs., 'THOUSANDS CHEER,' Kathryn Grayson, Gene Kelly. Fri.; Sat,, 'IN CLD CJI.LAHOMA,' John Wayne, Martha Scott. R rrz Sun,, Mon., 'I DOODIT,' Red Skelton, Eleanor Powell, Tues,, Wed,, 'STRANGE DEATH OF ADOLPH HITLER,' Gale Sondergaard. Thurs., Fri., 'CORVETTE K-225,' Randolph Scott,Saturday, 'VALLEY OF HUNTED MEN,' 3 Meaquiteers, Late Show Sat,, 'MELODY PARADE,' Mary Beth Hughes, Eddie Quillan, PAN AHA Sun., Mon., 'KANSAN, Richard Dix, Jane Wyatt, Tuesday, 'SPITFIRE'S BLESSED EVENT, Lupe Velez, Leon Errol, Wednesday, 'YANKS IN TRINIDAD,' P "at O'Brien. Thursday, 'R]i:VEilLE WI1H BEVERLY,' Ann Miller. Fri., Sat,, Mack Brown, 'GHOST RIDER, Johnny


November 20, 1943 THE TYNDALL TARGET ny ANJJ)(WOZ'' By BOB HAWK 1. Does dew drop !rom the sky, or 35 percent muscle? or does 1t !arm on the objeci where you see it? 10. Are more men knock-kneed than women, or more women than 2. You know what a MaJor Gen-men? eral is, but what is a MaJor -------------------Domo? YAHKWIZ ANSWERS 1, It !arms on the obJect where 3, What is the smallest number you see it. a r Senators tl;lat can transact 2. A man having charge or a business? great household; a butler or steward, 4, Are there male d r 3, 49 a quorum consists or a an emal e maJ or1ty or the Senators. plants and !lowers? 4. Yes. 5. Arrange in order or bump iness: shan tung, chen 1lle and seersucker. 6. If your door doesn't have a spring lock and you lock it !rom the inside by turning the key to the right--do you turn it to the right or to the le!t when You lock it !rom the outside? 7. When you order that tasty fhees e dish, is it correct to ask tor Welsh Rabbit? 8. Can the average person see more or less than 500 miles? 9, The average woma.u is 10, 15 5. Least bumpy i s shan tung, next seersucker, then chenille. 6. You turn it to the le!t (opposite direction). 7. Yes. Welsh Rabbit is rect. 8. More, you can see the stars which are millions or miles away. 9. 35 percent. 10 More women are knock-kneed than men. ---:----:--:----The lonely gal dreamed that a big brute of a man came to her bedside, picked her up, carried her down to a chauffeured car, placed her in the back seat and got in beside her. They drove out in the country and en a dark road the car stopped. Finally. finding her voice, the gal asked, 'And now wha t a:re yvu going to PHY.SICAL FITNESS TESTS "Copyrighted Material Syndicated Content Available from Commercial News Providers" do. The man lJCISWered, Itr .s ap to you, ladY i t's y our dream.' A serviceman wrote his civilian employer telling him about life in a submarine undergoing ]ap depth charges in the Pacific. He t old how bread on subs is bak e d in an electric oven and how dur-/1/ ing one attack when the sub's plates statted leaking, gauge glasses shattering and light bulbs bursting in the sub, the c:ook ran to the skipper yelling, 'You've got to db something about the destroyer. My bread's fall,i.ng!' OF .. .. c. c. I.' :l' .... '" = ---c: ...:.---:


6UNNERS GUNNER OF THE CLASS PFC. LLOYD D. SLINGSBY Squadron B This 24-year-old gunnery student tomes from FullertonJ Calif.J and was graduated from Fairfax High School in Hollywood. Born in OntarioJ CanadaJ he moved to California in -1925. Played his favorite sportJ footballJ .in high school. Was eliminated from glider pilot training. Took basic at Sheppard FieldJ TexasJ and attended rodio school at Scott FieldJ Ill. S/SGT. MARVIN G. BUETSCH Squadron D Born in RockfordJ Ill.J May 14J 1916 Lived in Rockford for 18 years and then moved to Sara sotaJ Fla. Entered Air Corps March 28J 1941J and was first stationed at Selfridge FieldJ Mich.J where h& a couple. of months. Went to AM school in Chicago and then transferred to Harding FieldJ Baton RougeJ La. In allJ has been at 10 different fields in his three years of Army life. * PFC. DANIEL A. SCHULZ Squadron C In the Army for eight monthsJ Private First Class Shulz comes from MilwaukeeJ Wis. He worked as a railroad car clerk before entering the Army. Was graduated from Rufus King High School in Milwaukee. Got his basic training at Miami Beach and then went to armament school at Buckley FieldJ DenyerJ Colo. KENNETH W. CLEMENCE Cadet Detachment Cadet Clemence used to be in the Navy. He served just six days. Then they found out he was only 16 years old. He's now 20. Worked as a production clerk on Navy Department work before entering the Army March 30J 1942. Comes from MilwaukeeJ Wis. He was graduated from Bayview High School in Milwaukee. -.. PFC. PHILLIP E. RIDDLE Squadron A Nineteen years oldJ Pfc. Riddle intends to go back to school after fue war and finish college. Was taking business tion course at Allbright CollegeJ ReadingJ Pa. J when he entered the Army. His home is in PalmyraJ N.Y. He was Fort Dix March 4J 1943. Took his basic train-i ng at Miami BeachJ then went from there to Scott FieldJ Ill.J to attend the radio operator and mechanic school. SGT. ROBERT A. KcDONALD Squadron E Studying the gentle art of aerial gunnery is a long jump from printing payroll checks. But that is the step that Sgt. McDonald took when he came into the Army. He was in the payroll check business in RochesterJ N.Y.J at the time of his induction on May SJ 1942. He's 27J marriedJ a graduate of Scran tonJ Po.J Tech High. Got basic Miami Beach and AM training at Sheppard Field. *


Download Options

Choose Size
Choose file type
Cite this item close


Cras ut cursus ante, a fringilla nunc. Mauris lorem nunc, cursus sit amet enim ac, vehicula vestibulum mi. Mauris viverra nisl vel enim faucibus porta. Praesent sit amet ornare diam, non finibus nulla.


Cras efficitur magna et sapien varius, luctus ullamcorper dolor convallis. Orci varius natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Fusce sit amet justo ut erat laoreet congue sed a ante.


Phasellus ornare in augue eu imperdiet. Donec malesuada sapien ante, at vehicula orci tempor molestie. Proin vitae urna elit. Pellentesque vitae nisi et diam euismod malesuada aliquet non erat.


Nunc fringilla dolor ut dictum placerat. Proin ac neque rutrum, consectetur ligula id, laoreet ligula. Nulla lorem massa, consectetur vitae consequat in, lobortis at dolor. Nunc sed leo odio.