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Page 2 [ 1-'UBLISHED oN sAruRDAYS m THE. SPECIAL SERVICE OFFICE FOR PER THE AAF FLEXIILE GUN NERY SCHOOL, CITY, FLA. COpy Prepared Under Supervision 0 f llu IH i c Re 1 a ti on I 0 ff i c e r Q;!. LeliJ!ld $: S'tranathan Special seivic" olTICer: C.Pt. Owen 0. 'Fr.eeman Public Relations Officer: J .J WiJl.ian B .PJ"att. . -capt. J.A. D1clcerm"n Edltorial Staff: $.;Sgt. Arnold Milgaten, Sgt-. S,ltul Samio f, Sgt. Nei 1 Pooser :Q>l. Harry Bardi, ; P(t;L Art Work: SjSgt. Frank Horn, Sgt. Marshal> Goodman, SjSgt. Fred Slade. & Reproduction: M/Sgt. W. :S.JS_by, TjSgt.W. Cas,,e. l'jSgt. l' N1 tchell, SjSgt'. F. churchi 1, S"';Sgt. d. Neitl'ert, Sgt. D. Levinson, Cpl. t. Sh_aw;. SjSgt. J Montgomery, SjSgt. R Keough, SjSgt. J Webster, Sgf, p. Terry, Sgt. J. Marsick, Cpl. E. Tackett, Pvt. W. Daniels, Pfc. H.. CaTe. The Tyndall Target receives aat'erial supplied by C aap News,,; paper Servic_e, War Dept., 205 E : 42nd St., NYC. Credited aateriat aay not be republished without prior peraission fro CMS. THE PASS. I NG OF 'AN OLD YEAR A new year is upon us with all of' its attendant hopes and :tesolves. Almost at once, 1943 will slip into the disuse of the years and with it go all the trials and hardships produced by the war. In 1943 many of the good things to eat were still not to be found on American tables. Gas for the family automobile and most foods could be obtain.ed only by judicious p resentation of the ration coupon and although refr'igera'tors and washing machines had all but vanished from the American scene, Americans saw new hope in the 1 i fting of the restri.ction on coffee sales. The year was with that shook the world. Our conqJ est of North Africa was quickly followed by the invasion of' Sicily. A few weeks later we shinnied llp the. Italian boot and accelerated the forced retirement of Benito Mussolini. In Russia, a magnificent back-against-thewall stand at Stalingrad, the Russians began their own grim offensive that cost the Gennans dearly in men and machines and saw city after city return to Soviet control. Hamburg was for all purposes knocked out of the war by the concerted bombings of the RAF and our own American Eighth Air Force, and along with other great Hunnish cities, Berlin came in for its share of attention as the Allied "target for tonight.'" Safety minded Japanese stole stealthily one day from th: Aleutians, and down under in the Pacific, Aussies and Yanks had begun the long trek back and were relentlessly driving the Japanese from \heir island sanctuaries. A.iiniral Darlan was assassinated by a young de Gaullist and Hitler's dreain of allied disunity was rudely broken by the epic meetings at Moscow and Theran. A fine Christmas gift was the sinking of the 26,000 ton Scharnhorst by British naval units in an action off North Cape in the Barents Sea, and as the year drew to its close, the American poople were quietly preparing to celebrate the New Yea:r with a prayer to God f'or victory and the safe return of the1 r soldiers. It is our that 1944 will prove to be a year of con-: stemation for our enemies, that the ships of the Allied Na.:. tions emptied of their cargoes of war will be bearing the weary voyagers baBe. And _that the peace M11ch -follows on that great day will. forever to the eternal credit of man. A SOLDIER'S 1l44 This is New Year's. 1944 I. am only one soldier There are mil,Lion. s of us. A couple of years 01ro we'd have rone out from factory or offtce, !ann or school to spend /lew Year's with families a1td friends. This year I am in Australia. Others are iit Italy and Iceland and England and in .little out-of-the-way places we'd never.heard of before. Oth'er y ,ears we'd have livedas American citizens still to live as one day we s .hall live' arain. I wake up this January 1 to a world that's far from pleasant. It1'S a world of marl:hinr. runs, tanks, and planes.. There 1 s G. I. food G. I.: fun. Death is my neirhbor and danger my playmate. Ky wcrLd is one o'j ruthlessness in which.pdy and' Love of neighbor, the brotherhood of m .an, are forgotten. Kine is a worl. d that you and I want to chanre. 1944 much of me. This year I must be ready t o d i e if n e e d b e to make t h i s wo rL d be t t e 1 -Butabove aLL I want to Live to construct a order in which Chdst and,His way wilL be our way to live to build a world in which all men sha_LL be neighbors in peace and chanity and To d a y I v o w t o m a k e m y s e J f ,..,. r h t w i t h Go d. Christ and His way shouLd mean all and everytking to rme. They do. Then I must show it by word iby act. by Prayer, by my conversation, by my I shall keep myself pure in body and pure in mind. I shall be s tronr in faith and confirmed in courage Of you in 1944 I ask: That you do not forget why 1 firht that Liber.ty, freedom, the glorious ideals of America remain always llJith you. That, in w i n n i n r t h e war, y o u d o n o t L i g h t L y d i s C a rd t h o s e rreat blessings in exchange for dubious "security. n That you do not reckon their worth.too Little; that 'you fear not to pay the cost That you refuse comPromise with dictatorship whether economic or political..L brown, or red That the oppressed -and :downt.rodden ot Amenca be not for-rotten, nor a,.v segment of the world scorned by you in efforts m ak e t h i s wo rl d of o u r s b e t t e r. Furthermore, this day I. beg: .That my God who u ever near me on the battlefields not forgotten your Peace counsels.: ,That you who have churches to Pray in, an d time in which to pray, forret not Chri.st. PROTESTAJVT Sunday SUnjay School at POst. C ha.v e l A.M. wo:-sh1D at Colored J n Hall 9: 00 A.M. Worship at Pl')st. '.::hapel 10:00 Worshiy ln S kunk. Hollow" 10:00 A.M. Ev ening Worship at ?ost -:!hat:el ......................... 7: 30 ?.:!"'!. Tuesday F'ellowsh l;; Meeting 30 ?.M. Wednesday Choir Rehearsal .......................................... : 00 ?. M. CATHOLIC SUnday Masses ?OS t ............. 8: 00 A.M. ?ost The a t.e:..................................... 10:00 A.M. Post C:hape l .. .............................. 1:: 15 A.M. '!:Ially Masses ............................................ 5: P.M. C )n!essions 3a:.u:"day, 7: OG ? M. (and any t im E cha;Jla1 n .JEff ISH 3erv!ce Fr11ay, 7:30 P.!'-1. Gener"lsAverage51 Years-Old Washington (CNS)-The aver age age of the 1,114 generals in the U S Army is 51 years, which is one month younger than the average age jf the generals on active duty when World War I ended. Major Wins a Bet Camp Gordon Johnson, Fla. (CNS)-Maj. Walter L. bet $5 h e could hike 25 miles in s i x hours, which is two hours faster than the time prescribed for in fantrymen. The major made good with 13 minutes to spare.

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31, 1943 THE TYNDALL TARGET The Flaming Bomb Old Glory Flies Over Butaritari <:>lnce this company has a mlld case or growing pains, Major Emery has shouldered the added responslblll ty or ammunl tlon ofrlcer. The position or Co. Adjutant and Supply Of fleer has gone to Lt. Langley. A Happy New Year: To Pvt. on account or plnch-hlbtlng as Xmas mall clerk To pvt. Reader, whose extra vlslt to the chlorine filled gas chamber was due to forgetting hls hat there To Cpl. SUmmerholder on hls return from a year's exile" ln Apalach To Pvt. D.G. Although a certain miss gave hlm a Christ mas present three weeks ahead or time, he reputedly hasn't responded in kind To Pvt. Bondis turkey which made him and hii _wire enjoy last Saturday's dinner To Cotton. He wan ted to know Will chlorine gas grow hair ln this chamber? To B. G. This gent gets a sad sack look ln his race anytime someone kids him about the war lasting at least three more years To the latrine orderly who came across a pink unmentionable during one or his porch sweeping jobs. Dld thou blush, sire? Hiss-Stories: one night Pfc Snodgrass and SfSgt. Ponzio came across two unescorted but lovely bl ts or remini ty. Sgt. Ponzio decided they would become ac, qua1n ted wl th them after he drank I a milk. shake. Meanwhile two oth er GI Romeos came upon the scene," noticed the gals, and before you can say "too late, our Ordnance men were left NOT holding the bag-s Pardon our pun. Pvt. B. accidentally forgot his wife's birthday gift. As a broad hint, the Mrs. wrote back to hlm: "Thank. you ror the wonderful gl ft. However, Pvt. B. misunderstanding her remark., had decided his wire had received a gift from some rrtenG who had forgotten to send name w1 tb present. His reply was something of this sort: Glad you enj OY8d my girt etc. et.c LUTHERAN SERVIr.E A Lutheran sP.rv1ce (Mo. S ynod) will be held at the Post Chapel on Thurs1ay, January 6, at 7:30 '.M. Rev. E.H. Albers, of Colllmbus, Ga., the Army and Navy :ommission Contact pastor, will. conduct the service. All men, especially those or the Lutheran fa1 t.h, aY"e 1nvl r-ed. The Stars and Stripes flies over a beach at Butaritari just one hour after troops of 165th Infantry landed on Makin Island. The 165th formerly was the "Fightin' 69th" of WHO SAID A THIGH IS JUST A THIGH "'? New York (CNS) -Sailor Jack White of the U S. Navy had $120 in his jeans when he met a pretty little red-head in a Times Square bar. One thing l e d to another and when White awoke the next morning in an East Side hotel he discovered that he was minus his $120. That night, prowling morosely about the midtown area White spotted his red-head again. He hauled her to the cooler identified her to police by the she wore on her pretty little thigh, and had her arrested. IYf'HOIO -S H o IS Signal Corps Photo New York. The flag raising cere mony was executed so quickly that time wasn't even taken to plant a flagpole. A war torn palm was drafted to do the honors instead. General Orders Are Confusing in Jive One or the first things that is impressed upon the mind or a rookie when he enters the army ls the importance 0 r the 11 general orders of L1ter1or guard duty. Presumably every man at Tyndall Field knows hls general orders so he should have no trouble deciphering the j 1 ved-up hep-talk version which ls going the rounds. Here tls: 1. To take charge or this mel low post and all government stach ln view. 2. To 1 ay down the hard shoe leather ln a military manner, keeping always ln the groove and digging everything that don't grow. 3. To rat on the rats that aln' t living by the good book. 4. To repeat all short orderi from posts more distant from the big house than the rut I'm ln. 5. To cut out only when another cat cuts "ln. 6. To dlg, obey, and lay on to the cat that cuts ln all rtrie talk rrom the Blg Boy, Blg Boy or the Day, and All Big Boys and L1 t tle Boys or the congregation only. 7. To jive wl th no gator what ain't cook1n' with coke. s. To blow my top when the heat' s on or 1n case the joint falls ln. 9. To stem my pipes ror the corporal of the guard to square any beef I aln' t hep to. 10. To bend the elbow when I dlg all brass hats and all Betsy Ross w1 thou t a zoot suit. 11. T o be especially on the beam d u ring tlle early black., and during the time for challe n ging to challenge all persons on or near my post, to let no car by w1 thou t a proper tlcke t. Page3 Canaries The boys on the llne finallY' got a break and had a day orr. It was Christmas at that. The squadron party was quite a success, but they ran out or beer. Wonder who the culprits were that took a couple or cases and hid them ln the woods for fUture ref erences. Even thou gh we had inclement weather Christmas day that dldn t stop some or the f ellows !rom tripping the light fantastic at the Rec Hall. Jurtkln just sat in one place all evening. perhaps he couldn 1 t mov e from where he was sitting. SfSgt. Jackson, pre. Jackson, and a couple or more were whooping 1 t up. Can 1 t fig ure how they got away with having the lights so low. I must admit that 1t was cozy and we -soldiers have to g1 ve the WACs a break now and then! 1 1 We had gas mask drill last week and 1t was more run---for som e people. Not mentioning any names but M/Sgt. Babb's race was quite red when the order came to re move J!lasks and h e took his orr w1 thou t even tes t1ng for gas. Just like the paper mlll. Cam pagna and Frega are getting away cheap for Christmas gifts. Made hearts out or plastic glass for the girl friend. Their theme song must be "MY Heart Is an Open Book." SfSgt. Bach elor was 1n charge or the detail or marching us back to the barracks rrom the gas range He gave us the wrong order and instead or turning and marching downtthe road we all started taking a hike 1n the woods--and it wasn't even moonlight. MUst have been the nervous tension that the holiday season brought on Dykes said he hao quite the tlme on his three day pass at Valdosta. Did Tech Order Char lie get t.he nice Christmas pre sent. Ask him about it, fell as. Don t think that he can use 1t but perhaps his girl friend can. Was his ---red! Feschuk and Leshko want to go on fUrlough together again. MUst have tlle same girl friend and don t trust each o ther-:_-bu t don 1 t forget fellows, .1 t is snowing up that way now. TfSgt. Ray Jeskes s wtre had her baby a couple or months ago, six to be exact, He still hasn t gotten out or that stupor, as the 'Jther day was writing a letter and addressed 1t to himself. Too much P.T., Ray. It will get the l">"!st or you. Sgt. Davis is quite the crooner. He nas been singing "Later Toni gh t wl t.h much gus to. Careful glrl.s. -Woody A PA LACHATTER MEMOtl OF 'rHt SQUADRON: Tne growls and howls by the men who sent more than 30 pieces to the 1 aundry. Why don t you guys read the dallY bulletin once in a whlle? Pvt. Cravens telling his troubles to the Chaplain Inc1dentally, we.are going to have both a Chaplain and a Dentist on the post. That s not a Rumor but a Fact The departure or Pfc. C h erno ff-Whadda Man P rc. Kowaleski, who doesn 1 t use his book anymore when wr1 ting home P r-c. Isett, who 1s officially the. Postal C lerk, and his secretary, Pvt. Albert J, Holcombe. Twins, huh? pvt. William Stephans suggesting time and a hal r ror all over eight hours. Whaddya wanna do, spoil us? Cpl. Naive and Tyndall s ov.:n Sgt. Otha Cronk d .e.coratin>t the At Random-The gripes about the unheated bus the other day and the two gas stickers on tlle wind-. sh1 eld T & s ... The three parts or the physical examination at Camp Blanding: Be able to see Light ning, hear Thunder, and Chew SoUP --and you re ln the Army . 'lhe certain Cpl. that carries an almanac to town--so he can tell when he's full,., -Pvt. JimmY MacLaren

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THE TYNDALL TARGET GARDNER'S HERE WITH NEW YEAR'S CHEER As 1 P. f. c . IT NOW AND FOREVER Slav resistance in the Balkans is rapidly assuming the tions or a "th1 td rron t.. the Zagreb area, T!tos 3ans have destroyed the German air base at Velika-Gortiza, less tnan 10 miles from the Croat capital. s trlk!ng in a dozen .d1 rrerent places at once, otherun!ts have wiped aut a German garrison at Tovern!k near Sid in Croatia, de railed a train on the ZagrebBelgrade raHway at Ok:ucan1, troyed a store or 169 truckloads or grain in the Barat, the border area adjoining Hungary, and in .eastern Bosnia were compelling the Germans to constantly rein force by tanks and 1nfan.try their much-harassed forces in the But the Nazis have not been idle, for in the righting !n Bosnia they have managed to capture a small British group ed by a Captain Jesser!es, * On Christmas pay, 18 inspired twin-engined Mitsubishi bombers bearing gi. fts of retaliation at tempted to set their packages down on the decks 'of the Amer icsn carrier task force whoe planes had raided Kavieng, New IrelBnd, earlier that morning. The at tack several hours with no damage being sustained by the task force. In c,:,ntrast to this, the raid on Kavieng netted the American planes a Japanese desand two cargo ships, and resulted in considerable damage to other ships and barges. Ap parently our embargo_ on Tokyo imports has not affected Japan ese acceptance of our own little aerial offerings. . Bad news is on ttui move again for the Nazis in the Ukraine. A massive Soviet army has battered o u t a 35-mile advance in 24 hours or a thunderous n e w Soviet Ukraine orrens!ve, and captured scores o! Naz,i strongpoin ts w est or Kiev. To the nortn, the Russ ian Bal t. c army has thrust its way to within five miles or the great White Russian rail junction or V!tebak and has already severed the railway linking the c1 ty w1 th the This, bub, is the fornier Mrs. Mickey Rooney, a tempting 11 il dish named Ava Gardner. Hail-ing from North Carolina, Ava is an MGM starlet, featured in many recent pix. We think you'll agree that she's got her points, and if she went with every bond, us Gl's waul d sure buy loads of 1 em. Incidentally, Bub, that's Victory she1. s holding there in her mitts. It nilght remind you to buy another bond this payday, huh? Anyway, Ava is a tempting little doll, ain't she? impor tant supply base at Polotsk, to th e northwest. obviously this Ne WS From Your ture in a downtown cafeteria. She turned it over to police who 'lo-latest Red o!!ens!ve was designed cated its owner, CPO Stephen to prolong the Nazis' vis! t to Own Home Town Byork of Philadelphia. Elated, Russia by destroying the rail Byork said: "All I want is my system that could bear them Boonville, Mo. (CNS)-J. w mother's picture. The girl can Krause, manager of a shoe fac-keep the $91." swtrtly back. The Russians do tory, addressed the local Lions nat want to railroad the Nazis club on "Shoes and the Benefits Birmingham, Mich. (CNS) __; out or their country--at least of Walking." Then he walked Maid-seeking Mrs. Richard J. not ye i:.. home. Someone had stolen his car Coveney .ran this ad in a local * while he was making his speech. paper: "Wanted: Maid. No cook ing, cleaning, serving or laundry. The much-htfrried Nazi PropsBoston (CNS) -Emily Mcln-Taxi to and from work. Loan of ganda ftlinister Joseph Goebbels tyre, a waitress, found a wallet mink coat Thursdays and Sun-containing $91 and a-woman's pic-days. Maid's duties to answer was quoted by the German Overseas phone and create impression of News Service last Monday as recaptured by the luxury. Must be willing to eat ing 'that huge losses in terri-if they and the setbacks handed such meals as mistress prepares." tory and even military defeat 1718Y out to the Naz1s do not add up to ''h' (CNS) M B h "' Icago rs. ert a be suffered by Germany in 1944.' huge losses in terri tory and Miller arrived in city court intent Thht column is not acquainted even military defeat,' we are on demanding $200 arrears in with the total 1 ;, square. m1'les childsupport payment from her willing to eat page by page the t d h b of the areas of North Africa, es range us and, Russell Mil-u nexpu rga ted paperhanger's ed i ler, 43, a railway engineer. But Sicily snd the vsst terri tory tion of Mein Kampf. when she got there she found the courtroom was bare for pretty, blonde Helen Triller, 21, who was telling the judge that she, too, loved Miller, the father of :her 7months old daughter. When the judge ordered Miller to pay his wife the $200 or go to jail, Miss Triller offered $100 of her own money to keep him out. Mrs. Miller accepted the "I'll not stand in the way of true love," she said. Minneap.olis (CNSJ Four hunters shot a wolf and '8ook the carcass to the town clerk to -claim the bounty. The clerk cut off two of the .wolf's toes as evidence, then sent the animal to the game warden. The warden tagged the wolf's ears and punched some holes in his hide. Then the coun ty auditor poked some more holes in the wolf and paid the. four hunters a $15 bounty. To. com plete the transaction they sold the badly battered skin for $7.

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December 31, 1943 THE TARGET Along The Main Stem A pretty girl, it says In the song, Is just like a memory. But pretty girl a are much more tangible than that In the BLUE Network' a "Battle of the Sexes," where service men frequently compete with the nation's lovelie.st pin-up girls. For evidence, there's Gloria Blake, a recent guest on the show. Paramount will !11m "Two .Years Be tore. the Mast" Alan Ladd will be starred . A BBC Show is Navy Log," he&rd over the BLUE saturdays at 11:9(> A.M. ewt The program is IPrqauced by Roy Lockwood Lou Cos ello has been placed 2A. can yoo tie that? Spencer Tracy Will star in MOM' s "The Seventh Cross" Co-starred are Kaaren Verne, Hume Cronyn, and many others . Ronald Colman will MGM-i t in "Kismet" Otis Skinn,er and George Ar-11ss used to play the lead role,. years back Hal Peary's, voice ror "Gildersleeve" was sug-1 gested by his old friend the late Berton Churchill churchill died a couple or years back The Bob Ho1 e show has long been a haven of rare gags, but one resurrect4d from there a COU{le of weeks back takes first lrlace. Vera Va,gue, in a comnent to Frances Langford, quoted: 'Oh, you darling, child. You remind me of Venus De Milo --so beautiful, rut NOT AIL 1HERE! CBS' special Xmas show was a honey Crosby, Hope, Benny. Garland, Horne, Miranda, McGee and Molly were the headliners A Pete Smith Short "Jitter bugs" will tell the origin or the live !lends The Smith laugh riots_ appear regularly at the. Post Theater ; Al J olson will play himself in "Rhapsody in Blue" The Warner Bros. hit wHl have a cast like a ]?lue hook or show business -"One Man's Family," written by our good friend Carlton E. on and on, ever more 1n ter A new characJ;er 1n the' STYLE R 'uth Cottingham of Fred Waring's NBC singing staff models new fall tricolor Note the graceful curve of her fingers on the fancy props. series, Janet waldo, who plays Irene in the script, was discovered by Bing Crosby ]ul ie Bisho1 screliT!ed so. loudly and so well in 'Northern Pursuit' that Warner Bros. has made several records of the ti tian-haired beauty's yells The mixer said her screams register more decibels than any other he has yet recorded Xavier Cugat, believe it or not, was a concert violinist at the age of 12 To say nothing of a caricaturist of no mean reputation Chow Line Christmas having come end gone, the mess men are back to n9rma1' trying to get some much needed rest. Although a bit I"\lgged where work is concerned, a very !ine dinner was put out and sumlng the Eli's enjoyed 1t we are very c on tent. In the spirit or celebrating and relaxing. the' iness men had a very nice tlme Christmas day at the squadron party. Although Cpl. Knebee has been truth tullY swamped with man and packages, I still haven't been able to receive T have : been swea tlng out a Ion g._ tfme.;: It to all, tut the stork has not stopped in our squadron in all or weeks. Not. having had inspection this past week we will be doubling our e rrorts to .. again try ror tlle nag. Rumor has it that pvt. Alescavage may middle aisle it short ly, or was that very pretty some visi tlng kin-rolla The boys are very glad to see Sgt. runy recuperated and out or the hoSp1 tal. Who was it that. huge package !or .bUt upon unwrapping .it found it was Onl7 a loar o! GI bread? Well, things are wugh an over. Very.soon now S/Sgt. Bos1e1 will be done "sweating it out" but we'll wait awhile to tell you what he is sweating Congra ts to S/ Sgt. Shaw wh9 is. doing a very. tine Job or being a !irst sergeant in the absence o! 1st Sgt. Barbier. orch'fds also to Sgt. Winkle, who is very e!!iclent'at awakenlng me at 6 P.M. with no trouble at all. or could I be gettin Insomnia? Now that Florida has had a little snow, we Yankee boys dpn't reel so homesick, even 1! we nt see the snow in pensacola. Best wishes and congratulations to Cpl. who lett ua ror a class A pass and a very sweet bride !rom out Texas way. Seems like a certain Cpl. has not been visiting a certain soda. fountain lately. How come? --Pvt. Al Falato' A letter from a former Tyndall "Dear Gang:When I last dropped you a card I was at a Star unit at c.c.N.Y., New Yor-k, awai tln g shipment to college to study advance Spanishso I thought. But--I didn' t. The Army decided I had especial aptitude !or Japanese. So, without a by-your -leave" they shipped me Yale University and here I am torment ing my noggin-with Japanese and tearing my vocal chords asunder with the Japs horrible pronun-ciation. I met Cpl.' Sasson at Yale. He's here studying Chinese. He's still as "modest" and unassuming as we knew him at TYndall. Felix Leon is at Haverford College, Pa. and "Nick" is at Missouri. Give my regards to all the rumor-mongers in the 69th's 1 at:rine Sayonara, Gri!!in Intervie.wa By SGT: DM 11\'tiAT V.OUI,..D YOU L I ,KE TO SEE IN THE CAFETERIA BE I NG BUILT AT THE PX?" OH. KIKI Gll80l, IZba. .Ala.; QK-waiehousB-.3: "J good hot. sandwf.ch anytise a fellow 11JCJnb it, plenty of seats where a guy sit down aAd whHe eatmg." 8Gf. OH A.RLIS D. 8!11fJR!!, Penscr cola, !la.; Oivi Ban Pe.rsonnel Dept.: "B lueplate. dinners and stay open Sundays and nights until 9 o'dpck." OPL. YI NOll!. D. i1.110, !asp a, !la.; Provo.st NarsAO.P.s .Office: "!he gi1"LS should ness instead of posing. fo't' th\ gla.our boys, because if there's one thing a fellow wants besides food it's service.". PfO. A.RfHUR L.f}{PJ.RSLIA., Queen s; R.I.; Gate Guard: "Ba.burfhers and a good C1.VfJ of coffee any of the day and a nice big sait. frO'II. the girls. 11' SG:r. J>SS R BOTf.ARD, Ala.; 25th AZt. fng. Unit: "Get .. a good 111eal at a reasOnable pnce plus a variety of sandwiches, pies and drinks. 11

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P.age 6 THE TYNDALL TARGET NEWS FROM THE . ;o. Well boys there just ain't mtich to say this. week. All of 44 -2 except We welcome Cpl. Harold Reed to four sections took off-for Apalachi-the ranks of the permanent party cola Sunday and the place looks and he can be met in the orderly mighty dead. room assisting Sgt. Dufrane. Reed S pe:l l,ing of rank, meaning the comes to us from Cochr:me Field, kind you wear on your arm, we have Georgia, by way of the 69th via a g u y u:: he: e that we can't figure Personnel and after a couple of out just exactly what title he holds . months of trying to get a good clerk: His mail co;nes c,jdressed to Col. R classification finally obliged with M. Sargent and he wears Corporal Cpl. R eed. H e has been a big help stripes. It's too much for me. in the short time that he has been. I wonder why Sgt. C. E. Adams' he: e and our organization w ill be footlocker is so attractive to the boys aided with hi s being with us. in B rl{s. 415? Sgt. Mehlmauer has Sgt. Dufrane returned from fur-really been sweating out that pack-laugh this week and a-lthough we 'IIO '91sa1 Aq ;auods uompt s;a'I!Jqnd 'o:;, 'II poaw 'ppoa ASaiJno:;, age from home and it hasn't come have been very anxious to hear about SJappnJ puo SU!:f U!M.! soy 'JappnJ puo U!:f a1BU!S P soy puo yet. If it doesn't come soon I'm the me:ger that .we all expect he 5! a6pa !sdH aJonbs papunoJ os1o aJo ayJ afraid he' ll have a breakdown.. How fuses to divulge a single bit of inJO ay1 papunoJ .. is the certain attraction you and M /Sgt. Lowell Fichner is slated to ..<11onba s6U!M JO sa6pa -ou au!pua JO S /Sgt. Conway have for Port St. be the g uest speaker at our graduapuo 6uo1 S! a6o1asn! SH a6o1asnt tO asou ay1 sau!6Ua Joe? tion next Tuesday and our boys are po:>sa _'a6uoJ ID!PDJ ..sJassaw wn!paw Bu!M-p!w 0 'w!ayua1g that is I don' t know but it must be r on and it has been an honor for our uowJa) it 'ON 1 aJ!:I YSH!JS i l 'ON 10 ION pretty high in rank. He dishes out squadron to have h a d him as a stu1-------------------------.,-------------------1 orders to all the permanent person-.. dent. Fichner was present with Gen-K d "'K nel and those poor s tujents. Explain era! Doolittle on the Tol{y o raid that a e aperS it to me sometime, will you, Acting was p : epa red from the deck of the 1st Sgt. Wells? A i rcl'ccft Carrier "Hornet" and with It has been a prety dull Chr.istmas ccnce:ned, the fellows (Class 44-5) Well that's about all I can do you the c rew that briefed and prepared around here for a good many of the seem to have a preference for the for this time, fellows, but after the dry run experiments on land. He Cadets, even though w e were given .sl {ee t raqge, although many of the otl1er boys get back Sunday we will sort of smiles when he tells of the a nice Christmas Eve dinner of tur-inexperienced with a shotgun have have quite a bit of news. experience that the crew that was key and all that goes with it, plus a some pretty bad looking bruises on So long for now! l anded in Hawaii after the raid had beer party afterv1ard and passes for the shoulder and upper arm. It in reporting to headquarters on that the weekend. Although e veryone giYes one quite a bit of satisfaction island. They couldn' t tell who they could go into tov.rn if he wished, to see those clay pigeons shatter in were, where they were from or where many of the boys preferred to hang mid-air. they w ere going. All information had around the Post most of the Sr...eaking of obstacl.e courses, Tyn-to be retained until such time as end. dall Field certainly has them all GHQ prepa1ed it for general publi-We have heard a lot of tales about beaten. It is the common opm10n cation. Fichner said it was pretty' Panama City since we've been her.e that if a man can li ve through six tough w h e n they went to QM to I Class 44-5J, and most of them have w eeks of it here he hasn' t much to draw new equipment and they had been the type that would discourage fear from anything the enemy .can no Form 32 or when asked to give the average person from going into throw ::
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December 31, 1943 Redbirds We wish to express our grateful acknowledgement to Sgt. Wolf s kll, Cpls. Savary, H. w. Smith and B a l dwin and to P r e McArthur who made our dayroom a pleasant re m .!nde r or the Yuletide season. It sure was a swell job, fellows, and don t think that we don t appreciate your efforts. Lt. Miller, our adjutant, has returned from his leave Whfle SfSgt. Reinares, Sgt. Hammons and Sgt. Little have left on their rurloughs and won' t be ba-ck until arter the r1 r s t or the year. Sgt. L ittle will be home in time to be best man at his sister' s wedding, or i s it going to be a Joubl e wedding, sergeant? Pfcs. F1e min g, Bryant and Bie!' m a have just finished gunnery school and are to be Jam Handy" instructors just as soon as they have finished a prcscri bP.d course at. CIS a t F'ort Myers. Sgt. F'earer really got pro m o Led at our gas mask drill last w eek. Hr. was made saiP.ty officer, but. h.e s tlll can' t wea:a n y bars. THINGS THAT PUZZLE US: What happene d to all of chose. femmes that wer e suppos. e d to have been a1.: the Rec Hall last Wednes day fort h e pr;rmamen t party danr. e ? --s;sgt. John c Benz So he sez to her, 'flense ang ,el, don't be difficult. One obstacle course a week is enough for me.' AAF Guerrilla Tactics In China Skies Hitting the Japs when and where they weren't l ooking has been one secret of the success of the u::u a ll y outnumbered AAF fighter pilots under Ge neral C h ennault. Using astute surpr i se tactics these AAF guerrillas in P-40s and P-38s have fought, raided, strafed and killed an e n emy who flew b y the bo ok." A fir st-hand appraisal of this warfare over C h ina is told in the January issue of AIR FORCE by o n e of these outstanding flyer s, Col. Bruce K. H o lloway, former CO of U S. fighter units under Ge n eral C h ennault. The J anuary AIR FORCE also contains many other articles on com bat, the enemy, survival and maintenance, whic h make and informative read.nl-( r"r P\'ery office r and enlisted man in the Air Forces. JANUARY AIR FORCE THE .OFFICIAL SERVICE J OURNfll .OF THE U. S. ARMY AIR FORCES . OUT NOW! Get a copyRead.!t--Pass it on! TI1E TYNDALL TARGET "That's what I love about you honey; such a darn swell cook." Page 7 W e !l. is b e h ind us ,:nd the l ast left is New E v e v Ve w is h to talte this o ppor tunity to w is h y o u a ll the very h a p piest of New Years. May the New Year b ring all thr:t each and e very one o f yo u h o; : e a n d pray for. May we a ll b e wi t h our l oved ones n ext year a t this ti mE'. The surprise news of t h e w ee]{ was the announce 1 :1ent b y Sgt. Walker tha t h e too l { the fin a l leap. He was m arrie d l ast S atur day night. Con t o both you and M1s. V \la ll:er. Wha t with vVall<;e. s fur lou g h coming u p a t the righ t tim e it lo ol: s as if the r e w ill b e a h o neymoon trip afte r a ll. L et's all sha l'e the h and of s ; sgt. Mun: oe who h a s b ee n c h o s e n a s our squadro n S r-ecia l Se1 Y ic e R ei.Jrese n tc: : i ve. all I:nov1 tha t Munro e is just the ms.n fo r the job. The y have a lways told us tha t after a long len gth of time a t T yndall o ;1e lose s h i s ;;o o d sense and starts doing all kinds of c razy things. It has bee:n c a ll e d to our attention that Sgt. Car r o l of the s ighting department s a t up in bed the o t h e r night at 2 : 30 Ayem and a fifteen min1----------------------------------1 ute !i)eech in sighting without even Medicwoes Members of the Medical Detachherd." After a ll this is a democrat men t were carried back to scenes of ic army. their c h ild h ood Friday afternoon Pvt. Stuttle : T o takP. d bath more. when t hey attended t h e gala Christregularly so that I \\'On'l ha\'e :Ma mas party held in the hospital dining tonek and Volk threatening me with room. The r:ffair was complete even l o the extent of having Santa Clau s cold water. Cpl. Phillips: T o do my best to raise m y allotment because I fee l that is getting ahead of c in the person of Capt. Turner) pres EYen "Ol e St. Nick" must be ing from the rationing of food. We are full y appreciative of the ef-me. Pfc. Tonti: T o get LaSa l\ia out forts o f Major Miller, Capt. F re" man, the mess personnel, and a ll oth-of the -,,ay so that I can dri,e. the staff car more often. I enjoyed his Elrs responsible for t h e success of the furloug h mo;e than he did. party. Since this is the season for new F,iSgt. Dean: To limit my fur-resolutions to be made (and broken) lougl1s to thirty days and to refuse we would like t o pass on to yo u some to buy "cokes" for anyone except Lt. of the resolved intentions of var ious Daxon. member s of the detachment. Cpl. M cKenzie: To make my ow n M ;'Sgt. Cherney: To be less resist-"secret w eapon" a!: edible bread abl e t o the many Panama City belles pudding. h e attracts. Sgt. Rearick: T o be obedient to Cpl. Sollon: T o be less like Gene the desires of my true lo ve, Miss DaRaymond and a little more like the v is It's going to b e hard, but I hugband of Illrs. Sollon. ..1 hate to think I can keep away from all bar s let my public do\\n, but -." Sgt. Tarr: T o take along a spell-Cpl. Senl\inc: T o play with boys. ing boo!{ on a ll my dates i n Bay my own !iizc so that I'll be able to Harbor. stay out of the hospital. Pfc. Dunn: T o try to rebuild my Cpl. l\1cDermott: To leave t h e "I" friendship with Jim Davis. He l o1es out of my l ife and try to b e a little me. but h e doesn't want to admit it. lnore altruistic. Pvt. D a v ison: T o confine m y eat P v t Saunders: T o place my snakes ing to one-half heife r per Slc.iltb I in separate cages so. they won t de-must trim do11n that waistline because Rick and Steve don't like it. vour each other. !Al so, I don't plan Set. T ei'l' ill. To be 1110l'e on sleeping with them muc h longer .) 11aking up. It's quite e vident thal Tyndall doesn't both e r him, bother hi m. bother hi!11. At the Permanent Party Dance at t !l e Rec Hall last Wednesday night we S8.\\' Sgt. V.'eatherby of Wewa fame 1:ith the cutest. Seems h e r name is 111artha. C2.ll Sgt. Weather b y for lase n ame and add: ess. The most outstandin g thing about Roo m 10, Bks. 406 is the picture Sgt. Sklaroff h a s disFlay ed. It's the kind of girl 11 e all dream about and nen'r get. He tells us it' s h i s one and only, T e rry. She' s known as T e r and the pirates w henever the:": is a crowd a r ound the picture. \\'hat with a ll the packages from home. the s1;e ll meal at the mess hall and t h e :on derf u! squadron party, we'rp al.l a 11onderfully contented squadron 11c ek. Sgt. Harvey Wine. ------White Flashes The past week round our first sergeant (You Bet) Pollard back at his desk after a well-earned furlough. Cpl. Fit!: To make a lost bat-to the commissioned officers. After tal ion" out of the one I'Ye been form a ll, e i n the 2.rmy too. W e want to thank Pvt. Kaufhold for the fine job h e did on decor ating the dayroom for Christmas. H e worked up until the wee hours or t h e morning doing this job. SfSgt. Morris i s another man who hasn't been taking it easy by a long shot. He has. been working long ho urs the past few weeks and doing an excel'lant job at the firing range. T o most or us, Stew is some thing we eat, but to P!c. Seifert i t is the nickname or a girl up s a Lle girl for a minimum of two in Elkhart, Indiana, who he is ll'eel,s (Are yo u listening, always bragging abou t in g e:lc h morning for the last year. (Sgt. Da ,is: Please note ) Cpl. N cgi c h : T o be more observant of thC' rank of a fema l e's husband. t For m y own { ) rotection and be c a usE' I know "shantails" are C pl. McMurtrie: To stick with the L o u Margaret. Rose :Mary, Cather-The man you always see with dange1ous medicine .) P\'t. Volk: To b e l ess radical in my methods or tc: 1ching First Aid so thnt I won't antagoni;:e nny of my superiors. Pvt. TrimblE': To refuse all three day passes and furloughs be e.: use I know I'1e found a home in the :trmy. Cpl. ZelE'nil'k: To to b'cp my heal t beat down ;1nd c h e :;t away from all X-rav nwrhines. Cpl. To t n l o l ive 'with t h e 1:1Cl11bl'r:-; of l'Oi1lmon inc. 111n t ie, Lil a etc?) that corncob pipe in his m o u t h Sgt. V\'all, e r : T o \'Ote Republican is P rc. Rush in g It i s a part in t h e next I'1 e had enough of h im and he refuses to part of t h e new G,e::tl. with i t despite the fact that h e Pfc. Green: To learn to eat with received a new one !or Christmas. a fotk My dry c leaning bills are O u r bowling team i s getting so good that the opposing teams are f1 ightening. Being from N e w York, rraid to show up. I'm not used to a ll o f t h is culture. --Sgt. c A. Ma tz S / Sgt. T:t ;tko: To r e a d all the ....,_to_ g o ."" .. --------=-------books I can find on "How to be a Cpl. "Butc h": To make Parker good f athe r. shovel a ll the debris out of the room Cpl. Makowski: To get in better we li ve in. It' s getting to b e worse condition so t hat I can l \eep up with than t h e m y id e al. -Maxwell-Lites t hat gul'S. il1::kuws ki is sure, (The Friendless)

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'Brown Bontifen '!he b f g 1n the squadron 1s the arrival or 103 new men rrom F1 eld. They arr1 ved on 23 December and ror the, next rew days it was quite a job ror all concerned to see that they were assigned to tunks, details, etc. The barrack.s--are still cro'Mled in sp1 te or double decking. and. ror the tirst time, the large number o."t men at Retreat 1s a problem 1n spacip.g, It looks as 1! we will have that 1 ong lo eked tor orchestra, and that the choral groups will further improved.. Among musical prospects are an ex-di'Uiil mer with Fletcher Henderson, anU<;cess a nd everybody seemed to have a whale or a time. Major Wilkins, our co and Lt. E. Bonk led the singing or Chri-stmas car ols just like old An amateur contest was held and cash priZes were awarded. : !l'he prize winners Cpl. J. Mashburn and Pvts. c. Pella an
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December 31 Now for the latest in pertinent happenin's Tyndall Tech .. The O!ristmas dinner a, .yudaf( Tech was okay, wasn't it, bub? : Yep; that was some feed, The scene around the. the boys from the band playing carols, rain or no 'rain the crowd at the PX sip.ping cokes the gang at the (]:lapel at Protestant hymnsing The crowds at Mass The Catholic Clloir; under the carable direction of Crl. Jerry Long, beautifully during the. Mass cetemony Lt. Herbert K. Meek and his missus, diligently t 'rying to keep the radio broadcast on -theair .. But without s.Uccess .. The crowds refused to let the rain damren therr sririts. Individual 'squadrOI) r arties All a roaring success .. A merry '.::hristma s was held by all .. f.xcer t the unfortunate Lads wh, o .had ru 11 KP ';m. the sp.ec ial -day, ... "Chn. st.mas IS o .ver, and there's not much 1 ive for till New Year's Eve Su. ch is the casual comment of many a Tyndgll soldie r ...... Well, the USO is having a f ormal, with "floor show and all, Saturday night .. Miriam Proi\I.S i s in cl:lar g e and a vari.ety oL:r)mdall: acts will appear ... .. Cpl Bill Pinney, PRO newsman, s :ick a t home over the holidays w)th a temperature of 102 . sack t o wirk th. e f.i rst of the w eek,_ ttio ....... S/Sgt. Jirrm i e Will i s hav lrig' a furlough,; commul i ng between home-to'ffn pensac ola and pc ...... Mrs. Sylvia Christmassing c>.lone .. Mil is sick at Post Hospital .. .... Pvt. Gi. l genial MP, celebrat 'ng the,arrival of Christmas in his barracks ... far from his beloved wife, _Sgt. Ed (Photo) Carr, sporting a new Parker 51, the gift of his wiFe . She bought the last one at the PX .. . . Cpl. Joe Franza,.Billeting Clerk.Brooklyn-ing for 1 5 'days .. Joe is One of Tyn dall's hardest working lads ... . There's a cadet on the post. who's an ex-zoological student< he jes'. loves to tear frogs. snakes, and rats apart, sez our bf:1ddy Tony Wann_a buy a ,bicycl_e? ,., .Sgt. R.G. Williams, :Tur_ret Class Room, h _as one for sale .. Didja take your overseas exam, bub? Make ya think of the 'Faucets in the Spine' movie? ..... : Sgt Barney Rupp has gone a-way to the Tech Inspectors School at Lowry Pield, Denver . The Gag Bag: If you don't think knees are a luxury, just try to get hold of one! ...... Sgt. Bill Wilson says: "My gal is very photogenic. All I get from her is negat ives House keepers Department: a pinch of salt is greatly improved by dror; ping it in a stein of beer .... .. Medical Department: Definit i ori--s k in s k i n i s the s t u f f t hat i f i t was n t f o r i t t he rest -of you would be AWOL . STORY OF THE WEEK: An oldtlmer,with hash-marks to his vacci nat.ion, was entertafning a bunch of rookies. at Skunk Hollow with his record. and I fought with General MacArthur, I fought with uncle Joe stillwell, and ... quarrelsome s.o.b., ain't you, interrupted a raw Si Moye has been friends and in the wilds of Apal-ach . Back now, tho .. ,., Oddosity: Bill Allen and John All-en (no relation) were the only two gunnery grads to. go to Westover Field Small world, ain't it, bub? ... Happy new. and let's.hope that I have smoke-stained teeth, my clothes are covered with tattlegray, I have dishwater hands, housemaids knee, and ye.t men flock to. me. by the hundreds this. Signed Private Platoon' Dear Private: You must be the cook in mess hall number one. Lovingly, Aunt Lulu "SALLY SEEHORE" yuiet! Harken! Listen close! you' re doing -stop! T pins are there for safety's sake If you listen and look they may drop! And while you're soldier, With int1 resting thoughts in store, Let me wish you a Happy Hew Year's Eve, And Victory in 1 "Copyrighted Material Syndicated Content Available from Commercial News Providers" P ap-e 9

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Page-10 THE TYN.DALL TARGET WHAT'S DOING NEXT WEEK GROUP CONTINUES IN FIRST PLACE 69t:h Rugged J Group I c6n tlnued to set the Another week, another column . Hour, Post Theater, CWO t.lissal pace in the Officers Bowling Smokey, author of last week's col UJnn, has moved off for the hills of League by sweeping three games. MONDAY !rom MOQ to remain in !1 rst place. Tennessee. to 111 Eddie 12: 30 P.M.--Squad ron A&R ReJ: re C omm en t a to r. Congratulatwns The Bell Ringers took two out Swartz who is now a daddy. sentative Meeting, Athletic Ofc. o! three !rom the cellar-dwellinf!: Scoop! S .Sgt. "Howie" Holt has SUNDAY 7:00 P .M.--Movies, Station Hos 12:45 P.M.--Musical Recording pital Sluggers to keep close on the .found his true love. A little Miss 8:30 P.M.--Movies, Receiving Sq, heels or Group I, while the third from Sub-Depot. It has all the ear 1-----------------t TIJESDAY place Group II team also took a marks of "I promise thee. Keep Cellar-Fl.ers 8:00 P.M.--Weekly Dance, uso, your eyes on the Target for final re-T/F Band broadcast over WILP, 2-1 decision !rom the Retreads. suits. 8:00 P.M.--Movies, Colored.Rec In a hot battlEl !or fourth' Who are the fellows Webb and Wonder how often Cpl. Mazur gets Hall. place Capt. Day's Grem).ins dropWoods, who squeezed the two gals av/ay with that left-handed salute? WEINESDAY ped the Snarus !or two out or, into the Panama City bus one late It was like a long-awaited meeting. 12:30 P.M.--S{'ecial Service Non-three to take 'undisputed posses-eve recently? between two old flames when Pfc. Com Meeting, Post Library, Slon o! the fourth Th-e Who or what keps "Willie the Vik returned from furlough and was 5 :30 P.M.--Intersquadron Touch tb Whl.p" Thurston so busy these met in a warm embrace by the ever football games Snafus were badly cripple9 by e 7:30 P.M.--Tyndall yield PreG nights? faithfu!DingDing. sents, WILP . absence or Lt. reen. Sgt. Ha.nley from Personnel is. Er-One thing is certain: 'Dave Role. 7:00 P.M.--Protestant Choir Re-L t. Zalk o! Group I I hit 210 rol Flynn Conscious these days. I was not a barber in civilian life .. Ding,, h ea rsa 1, Post Char el. for high single game, While 'wonder if she notices? ... Is Sgt. Ding's'inspection haircut will attest 7:00 P .M.--Weekly Variety freeman, anchor man or the reDonlin slowing down these days .with that. Pool. vamped Sluggers, turned in a neai his "fair" one, or is it really the sea-Bouquets 1 and briclcbats) to 8:0 0 P .M.-GI Dane e, Re c .Hall, [ 589 ror high triple. :sonal chc,nge in temperature? . T ;Sgt. Frank W. Seagle and s ;Sgt.: Perm anent Party On 1 Y. r What is Sgt. Pistachio getting from Jesse McGraw, who no longer 8: 30 The stand-ings: Team Group I Bell Ringers Group II Gremlins Snarus MOQ Retreads Sluggers Won 13 11 9 8 7 5 4 3 Squadron A Lost 2 4 6 7 8 10 .11 12 a certain friendly Cpl.? ... Just with us. No doubt Seagle's leaving thought ot it: Why is. Cpl. Tormey will evince endless moaning among called by various sixth-noners as the fair sex hereabouts 1 if you don' t "Ask the man who owns one?" Mnn think so just ask him). Mnn ... Is Sgt. Boileau really the Pvt. White thought he had a big choir master, or is it a certain Wac? deal cooking the other day, when he Just thought I'd ask. received wo;-d from the First SerIs S /Sgt. Wynne really unable to geant's office that a Lt.-Col. wanted bend, or is he looking into the fu-to see him. The big deal was to car ture? ... Why does "L::;.st Straw ry some papers up. Sansone" continue to wear that tape Pvt. Sprecker, new comp::,ny bu on his finger T It's been too cold gler, keeps telling everybody that he for P. T. anyway ... Wonder why hasn't touched a bugle in years. Cpl. Joe "Housing" Franza arrived That's easy to see, Spreckler, save back at the field late one evening your breath. last week minus his Class A? "FilSgt. Blakely just begs for trouble. tered Cokes" was his alibi ... Did We saw him kissing a lady on the Sgts. Churilla and Smith m::;.ke that Post Monday morning, and when con-With large, bulging stomachs, as t:.rip to Marianna for their health? fronted he vowed it was his wife. a result of the deli"cious Christmas ... Could it be that the Army and Maybe it was, but she sure does dinne r. Class 44 4 goes into the third the war in general have brought to-change from week to week. week, and the tenors of the Mal-gether M ;Sgt. Grady and T;Sgt. The boys had started ccJling Pfc. function Range. It's rough going, Warshaw? At least they left the Durhar.1 "Speedball" when he finally men, but if you just remember to do hospital together in Grady's c;:r. got back. your d oubl e timing before encount-Wonder if s ;sgt. Ed. Cooper is From the noise emanating from ering the "pushes," everything will going to pass out any of that Christ1011 Grace A v e Saturday night, it b e fine and dandy. mas gift he received by express the was easy to figu:e that the 25th, en W ell, the boys really examined P other day? ... Why is it that a nor-masse, 1:1ove::J in on Blake and C. with a microscop e. Passes were mal, health y felloW like Cpl. "Mike" . Katie. And the life of the party w;:s issued for Friday night, Saturday Griffin has such an unusual high guess w ho? MISS DRAPER (there and Sunday. Comments on the town blood pressure? ... Sgt. :::'{ay Barrett goes that stripe!). we e \aried, but the mrcjority were. w ill you inform us why you so mag on the disma l side. Here are a few n:::.minously offered your room mates c l assic remarlLORS,' Bill Late Show Saturday, 'THE GANG'S AT.T HERE, Alice Faye, James Ellison, Carmen PAN AHA l Sun., Mon., 'TilE RAINS CAME, l'iyrna Loy, Tyrone Power. Tuesday, 'TilE LAST OF TIJF, OOANES: Ceo rge Montgomery. 'CONFIRM OR DENY,' Don Amech!', Joan Bennett Thurs
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December. 31. 1943 ANID(WDZ" By BOB HAWK 1. You know what it means to meat used correctly in these refute an argument. What does three expressions: the meat or a confute mean? nut, the meat or a story, the meat or an egg? 2. What do these three words re!er to: cattail, horsetail and swa .llowtall? (And I don t mean the .tall or a cat, the tail or a horse and the tall or a swallow!) 3. I! you were doing a lot or reading, would it. rest your eyes. i r you covered each one or them alternately and read with only one eye at a time? 4. Is the average li!e or an airplane eng!.ne longer or shorte' r the average 11re or an automobile engine in point or 5. How many times is the word YANKWIZ ANSWERS 1. To reru te conclusively; to overwhelm by argument; to over come; to silence. 2. A cattail and horsetail are. both pl.ants. A swallowtail is a butterfly. (Horsetail is also a\ Turkish Standard denbting a pasha's rank. A mari s dress coat is also called a swallowtail. Cattail: a tall marsh plant with long nat leaves used !or seating chairs, making mats, etd.) 3. No. When one eye moves the other one moves even though it may be covered. Reading with one eye at a time would not rest your eyes but strain them. 4. Longer. Anaverage airplane engine is gpod !or over a milltQn !lightmiles. The average llre or an autoll)b1le engine ranges !rom 60 to 75 thousand miles. 5. All three. The edible part within a husk, rind or shell is meat, according to Webster. e. Yes. Nothing can be 'colder than.absolute zero, which is minus 273 degrees or minus 459 degrees Fahrenheit. 7. No. The u.s. is too rar north to get the direct rays or the sun. Joan crawrord. 9. Less than a pound. 10. New Quine a; 93,000 Sq. miles; Newfoundland: 42,734 Sq. miles; Nantucket: 60 Sq. miles. Life Savers Use extra care when you are tired. Fatigue leads to careless-ness. During daylight air attacks, never attempt to escape by run >ping. If the pilot hasn't seen you before, he is sure to if you .run. 6. Is there a limit beyond wbidl nothing can get colder? 7. Can the sun shine directly on your head anywhere in the United States? 8. Recently. Lucille Le Sueur Fairban.ks Tone Terry adopted a son. Now what is tfi e movie name or this well-known movie star? 9. I! you popped a pound or un popped popcorn, would you have a pound or popcorn, more than a pound or popcorn, or less than a pound or popcorn? iO. Which or these islands is the largest: New!ounqland, New Guinea or Nan tuck.e t? Page tr

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' J :6UNNERS PVT. WILBERT E. FRICKE Squadron A .Private Fricke) 25 years old and unm arried) comes from Mere-d osiaJ Ill. He's.been in the A r m y s ince August :1.2J :1.943. Befo ::e his inductionJ he was a lead man in an assembly line at the Douglas Aircraft plant at Tul saJ Okla. He attended Diesel Power Unit e d SchoolsJ aircraft divisionJ in Kansas CityJ Mo. SGT. JOHN J. PHILLIPS Squadron D f r o m Long IslandJ N.Y. and i s 24 years old. Finished G r o v e r Cleveland High School and took p ost grad work at Jamaica Nigh t School. Donned Uncle Sam's uniform on December :1.3J :1.9,39J and headed for an :1.8 month stay at Mitchell FieldJ N.Y. there he went t o Scott FieldJ Ill.J for nine Fort N.J.J Nashv illeJ Tenn.J and .several other bases saw Phillips Tyndaii !}a d the honor. GUNNER .OF THE CLASS CPL. HENRY A Q U4GLjERI Squadron C I Albany) N.Y.J is his home town He's 2 6 years oldJ picks golf and baseball as favorite sports. Was for Consolidated Trucking Lines before entering Army in OctoberJ :1.940. Was in Coast Artillery three yearsJ stationed most of time at May PointJ N'.J. AAF in October. T::ansferred to SGT. JAMES A. NUGENT Squadron E Sergeant Nugent is 26 years old and a resident of PassaicJ N.J. Before entering the Army _he was employed by a firm which makes vitamin tabletsJ where he a operator. He p e r i men t w i t h p en i c .11 l i h J t h e "miracle" drug. WEEK P FC. GLEN W. VAN BUREN -Squadr_ on B Van Bureri comes from HavenJ KansasJ and is 23. Grad uated from high in and worked on his fatherJ s wheat farm. Entered. service in :1.942J serving in the 30th (infantry) division at Camp ForrestJ Tenn. Transferred to AAF in March and went to armament schooi at Lowry FieldJ Colo.J before. coming to Tyndall. W ARREN W. GALLAGHER Cadet Detachment A/C Gallcigher is a native. of 1 inc o 1 n J Ill. J and i s 2 5 years old. Spent two years at the u. ofColoradoJ where. he was on the \ varsity football team. Began cadet training in TebruaryJ :1.943. as plant manager of a dairy in Illinois before going in-to cadets. Attended navigation pre-flight school at Monroe) La before coming to Tyndall


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