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301st Tech. Sc. Sq, Capt K B Mara ton ha# been tranafernrd from lhe 101*1 to the 692nd, cmrryng with him the beat wifth#* *»f Uii* antirr :♦<#!at ( apt. Caorga P«> »v*ri] hn» irlunwi to the aquadron from tpacial n'» gnment lh# aqoadron newt oorraapondant laporta thi» w#ek S. Sgt Kdward Penny leg on re oaivad a "aend off from the anujwircn litM week on hit tmnafer known of the >1 hand, umenta. In.lrur hanter" i>h hag hi now. ■tructed hd bad net line >ldo, A juarlron 306th Tech. Sc. Sq. MaJ. 1 -no Schlagall pasted out cigar* the other day a new daughter. The .VKlth regrela the transfer of 2nd Lt Fat win C. Blinker to lire fll&U. Capt W It Hull has replaced lieutenant Bunker aa A, and K officer and Inspection of to rr. f.ro Kane ha* been promoted to 1st Sergeant, filling the vacancy left by the promotion of 1st Ser geant Norris to Technical Ser geant. The Spotlight, JOdlh't own daily tabloid, went to preaa for tire first time last week and la already an institution The editor, reporter, publisher and printer. Sgl Cleve land B Wood, is doing a wonder ful job The day room i« ha> ng it* farr lifted, with while heaverboard covering the open raftera, and the aquedmn has begun * n«»vv pro I 307th Tech. Sc. Sq. IM, Jo^ph Turnlck WM married In ttlloxi recently l« Mina Kathervn Soup, of Ml Canoro. Pa, Hh barrack mate* gaxr a party at a down low n hotel In honor of the newlywed* and later gave the groom a "t»l »hwr*f." John Hally acted aa heat man. \n other nfwhkfd. according to Carp. Irving l*oLi*hnl«-k. re porter for the 307th I* Bar rack l eader P\l Wilbert W Hllirt . who married Mia* Dorathy Jean Idam* of To ledo O Fifteen mother* of men in the 3107th received unusual Mother's Day greetings thi* year Stamp* bearing the picture of Whlattor’i mother were used on the letter* The stamp*, bearing the word* "In memory and in honor of thi Mother* of America ” were laauec about five year* ago and are noa collector*’ item* The team .veiling the louder teems to be the winner of thi basketball and volleyball game DIAMONDS ENGAGEMENT RINGS BRIDAL SITS WEDDING RING* Watches HI LOV A ELGIN GRUEN NEWEST MODEL* —Sh Our Window*— (iem Jewelry Co. ?W W. Howard Avr. —Biloxi— rONVEMFNT Tf.RM* d played by men in the upper end lower bey* of Barrack 4 Tbii week, upper bay, af er straining a f** * vocal cord*, wii declared j unofficial winner, 309th Tech Sc. Sq. Carp. Lunscl H Wdl A and >t enliated man for lb* 300 th and squadron cmrespondent, report# : me table tennis singles touma for May ha* inched the »und Pvt. Jarkson Tick, of t 3, I* to oppose Pvl John final*. 01 ®*fr*Ck U m 2nd Li, Ben E Hodge, squadron adjutant, ha# been transferred to the Personnel Utilisation Office at Poet Headquarters In a dual track meet. Bar reck 7 defeated Barrack * hr a wore id S1*I§ Pvt IcsN Hvntth of Barrack 7 was high scorer tor Ihe meet with a U» Ul *d I» peitlU He got first plsif* in Ihe shot put and high jump 2nd l,t Baron It KlIlMnirnr l« new supply officer for Ihe Miiudnm. The Squsdrun Bar Room and Athletic Equipment Room are being retralnted In blue and yellow. Ihe Air CoflN color*. P*t Richard l„ Berry, of Louisville, K>., I* assisting In the Hqimdron A. and K. pro gram. lie attended Xavier t nlvemttv In ( Inclnnatl and uu In thr tobacco business before Joinin' Ihe Army. 310th Tech. Sc. Sq. l*t Lt William K Powell ha* left the noth to Join the Post Mil itary Intelligent* Office Lieuten ant Powell was formerly Supply < tfficer and Adjutant for the 31 Oth Another great talent show vva* presented for men of the 310th on Tuesday evening, May 12, Corp. report*. Stars of the show were Carp, Mutt Shook, Pfc. Chauncev Roth and PvU. John Murray nrwi John ny Owen* Pvt Harry llymowtlr \u» master of ceremonies, and the • ' r ■ ■ 1 ■ ■ BOO men of the squadron, who song them reives hoarse during the big community iring. In the barrack* softball tourna ment being conducted by the A. and R. staff, flr*t and second round games have already been played. Hundred* of men of the .110th gather around each evening after enow to witness garni mg played on the Squadron dia mond. The softball team ia seek : Ing game* from other squadrons ; on the field. I An excellent addition was made ' to the aofthall team recently whin I a group of men fame in from Fort ' tfrPhrrwa, On Pvt. Harold Ja cobs, a softball pitcher of unusual ability. Joined the team. Private Jacobs is also adept at shot put ting and he and S. Sgt. J*>e Bird have been doing well over 40 feet In practice throws. A dual meet n field event* ha* been arranged for the near future with the 309th. Pvt. Mason !>. Ayoub defeated Pvt. I,eon Karp in the best two out of three matches in the May pingpong tournament. Only the semi-final* and finals remain to he played before the May cham pionship will be deckled. 393rd Tech. Sc. Sq. IAll peraonnel of the 393rd are congratulating Capt. Albert M. Bumbo. who was promoted to |Captain twi return from detached I service. j PvU. Frank C. Parker and Wal 1 ter E. Githens were promoted to | the rank of Private, First Class, I this week. the vqtMdnmx \ ami K adivltks air iinderaoln* a rapid expansion under the di re* (ion ol Pfo Martin Abrams ami \ I her I \ timini. Pvt. S>dtte> 1-ealcr. mw* writer, report* \ basketball team iW* being organised liadminton vompeitliwt Is under* at, a checker tournament is In pro grr*A (with Sgt. TfiWy I'on nk* leading thr field), and plan* for the nrlritlon of the 393rd ping pong champion arc being made New romp('tilh»n addrd to Uir mhmU field tn I elude* a regulation badminton court ami boxing ring. S|t Vernon K. Almond is seek ing baseball competition for tin squadron team. Any Keesler Fiek j team interested in baseball gamei j with the 393rd is urged to contac j Sergeant Almond in the Orderly j Room Block 24 Corn. Henry V. Hermudav anc Pfc. Walter E Cithern. both for> mer commercial artists, are it I charge of art work in the 393r* , day room. Corporal Bermudas i j known throughout the squadrui i for the excellence of his fuv j work. Private Githens received hi 1 training at Boys’ Town, plays th ’ Hawaiian guitar and worked on ai , aircraft instrument assembly lin before the war 398th Tech. Sc. Sq i Carp. M. E. Werner, reportln new? for the 396th. report! change in the squadron A. ana F office. New men are under 2n It L. M. Miller. A and R. OH ficar, and Corporal Werner, A. an R. enlisted man. The ping pon tournament is coming along m fin J ityle. , Both baseball teams are look in for practice games Games nil j be arranged by telephoning Cor . poral Werner at 717. , Baseball and volleyball game will be launched between the bar i racks iron. 411th Tech. Sc. Sq I Sap Johanie Eaium. who ha j been confined u> the Station Hot pita!, has reported back to dut j with th* 4tlth, Corp Cart L. Ne] *on. squadron «wr«pondent, «» 1 POM* 412th Tech. Sc. Sq. 1st Li. Warren K Watson has' ! been ./anaferred to the 593rd Tech, Sc -Sq . Sgt, George W. Hal iofan, naw*writer, reporta today. T ie 4121?) coftbali team played another practice game last week, th.v tiite Rifting, 11-8, to the 593rd. for p Kenneth L Lanigan injured I hi* finger n practice jrefore the * Hix men of the 412th art still I confined to the Station Hospital. They are Sgt L#*mard L Powell, j j Corp Woodrow Webber, Pfc*. Gre gory L Go!loti#, James H Barth, Richard O Stem pie and Pvt Carl J Joppc Pvt. Alfred L Ruther ford. who ha* been confined to the hospital since Jan. .8, was re leased to quarters last week. Ten men aligned to the 412th left for their respective homes on I May 12 to enjoy furlough*, i'f ' ; his home n Illinois on May 9 be rflijfc** of the death of hi* grand mother Charle* L, Thompson waa pro moted to rfyMc Psr*t Class, on1 May 12. 585th Tcc,i. Sc. Sq. In the 585tn, too. congratula tion* are going to officer# for their! recent promotion!. The Squadron Commander, Elton P Rawnon, has been promoted to Captain and the supply offt> «t, Roderick M Iem axvon.'hit* been promoted to First Lieutenant, Pvt- Nainaon Dunlap, of Anxonla. Conn., a former ar iawit i * i Fain I nieer «lt» represented Kecxler Field In the New Or|eAn* Perfect Man < on tent One of four men In America capable o* producing perfect muscle con trol and development. Private Dunlap Is also an expert at w eight lifting and hand bal ancing 586th Tech. Sc. Sq. Men of the 580th welcome back their Commanding Officer, Capt. Ronald R. Reddig, who has been on leave The men also welcome Capt. R W. Barhydt, who was re-1 cently called back to active duty and assigned to the squadron. Pvt. John P Walsh represented the squadron In a recent golf tour ney and gave n good account of iiimM f. P t Dewitt Ware is an experienced boxer and is fighting in the heavyweight class. The .squadron aottball and table tennis teams are very active and have proven to be stiff competition for all opponents. Congratulation* are being re ceived by S. Kgis. George E. Jenk* I and Marcus M. Magliano on their I ; recent promotions. Reports from ! the hospital are that Sgt Henry I A villa and Pvt. Louis Rnhvr are ' fnnt recovering from recent ill- j 1 nesses. Capt. Alvin S. Davidson Is re-j ceiving congratulations on two counts. His eight-pound son and his promotion to Captain arrived: only two days apart. 587th Tech. Sc. Sq. The 587th boasts an outstand ing celebrity in Pvt. Ramon R. Eads, of Belleville and Arlington, Vn. Private Eads, a baritone, is a member of the St, Louis Grand) Opera As.voeiatSon and has ap- j neared in concerts in various cities, in the South and East. He also appeared as soloist in various New York churches, according to Corp. I A S. Robinette, newswriter for I the Squadron. 593rd Tech. Sc. Sq. The HSIrd softball team came through again this week with two wins over the 411th. t orp. V G Brown news writer. reports. The first score was 1S-8. the see io •• let n Warm K Watson pitched both times Pfr. I U Damron homered in the first same f ree hitting was the order of the day. In the second game, hard hitting of both Corp. C It. Johnson and I*ri\ ate Damron saved the dav. j Men enjoying furloughs at this time include S Sgt. J. A. Theiscn, s sgt v f James, Corps* C f ", . - R M Giles and F B Sit*. Pfcs 1-. G. Panlan and W C. I Kline and Pvt F O. Stone. 594th Tech. Sc. Sq. The feature attraction of tne squadron talent show. held Wed nesday night by the 594th, was a performance of the soundron talent j show', heki Wednesday night by | the "Biloxi Rockettes’* Twenty | three men of the organization par j ticl pa ted, Pfc. EUU C. Lewis, ‘squadron reporter, reveals. Pvt. J Sidney Shepard was em-oee. Other ’ attractions during the evening in 5 j eluded various musical solos. Pvt. * j Dan McPhartand, of English blrih '1 and an amateur song writer, sang * ’ "The White Cliffs of Dover.’* and a composition of his own. Private Lewla arranged the show. The 594th ha< a newly formed 1 g vate Lewis, challenges all comers i Much new equipment has beer "built for the squadron by the ear* \ j penters, w'bo used scrap lumber. Medical Detachment * Corp. Ralph Sperry*. Medica \ Detachment writer, reports sis new promotions for the highei ; non-commiaaioned officers of thi detachment this week T. Sgt. Jo S. L FAY ARB . kkaltoi Real KxUte — Rental* Birth Certificate Service Notary Public 184 East Howard Arena# rhfvnr ?T PR»t< k • rvalh and T Sft. How ard 1. Aaron were promoted to irpHini tfwr vaih is in charge of the laboratory' and Sergeant Aaron la in charge of the registration office, fourj Sergeant* receiver! their warrants aa Staff Sergeant# They were Dory R Carltoti, Laddie CLonrn g#*r. Peter Henderson, Jr., and Corp. Joseph Hahn probably aet a r*^ord for seeping the mail man busy on Thursday. In one day. he received 18 letters, two newspa 5»er* and a package, thereby out ilixtaning Pvt. Jeasie Ruaeell who [i.evioiuly held a monopoly on large mail collection*. •>;. a activities have been kept at rt minimum due to the weather. The only mter-barracks game »ye<1 found Barrack 9 an easy winner over Barrack 16. In netting a new scoring record, the . nn*' s am i +4 24 hits, including dome run* by Pfc. Louis Galgam ind Corporal Sperry. Pvt Rein nardt Jabs, the league’* leading ' ter and Pvt. Bill Barbour each lot four hiti and Pvt. Joe Card 4-t a record with five run*. Pvt. fonn Stover, with a triple and a rv me run, led the losers. Two new Po«t championship* nme o the l>tachment recently ti Pfc, Ken Peart annexed the Keesler Field middleweight box ing crown and Pvt. Julius Boro* •ame from behind to take the Po*t golfing tournament. Ex-Instructor Here Wins Wings Pilot Phillip Poub-t. former in structor at the Air Corps Techni xi 1 School here, received his wings this morning at Forest Field, Tex iis, where he ha* just completed his Aviation Cadet course. The son rif Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Poulet, he came to Koealer Field last Oc tober from C*hnnute Field and was attached to the 412th T.S.S. . Kecsler Calendar WEDNESDAY, MAY 20 POST THEATRES, No*. 1 and 2—"tn Thl* Our Life,' Bette Du via, Olivia da llavllland, Georg* Brant. INFORMAL DANCE U80 Club. 7:30 qXmk room and squawk dance— Ruck Hay Community Houm, 6-10 DANCE' Harrison Court* Community Center, 8 - 12 p. in. lilt K Mil AY, MAY 21 POST THEATRES. No* 1 and 2—"In Jlii* Our JUfe. Bette Devi*. Olivia de Havfllnnd. George Brent •KEf SI EH rirr n rALtINO* Variety I'logram. Station W'GCM, Gulfport, Mis* . 8 13-8 M) p in Program from Service Club, H 13 to 8 43 p, m, CAMERA CLUB Biloxi Community , House, 7 - 10 p m. GAME. NIGHT d’Iberville Recreation I Center. R - 11 p. in. BOXING MEET -Bruoklev Field vs. Kersler Field. 7:30 n nt„ Block 41, OPEN HOUSE Back Bay Community House, 7 * 10 p m. FRIDAY. MAY 22 POST THEATRES. Nos. I and 2- Sab oteur." Robert Cummlng*. Priactlla I.une. SOCIAL Methodist Chapter House, 7 10 n m. SQUARE DANCE—d’Iberville Recrea tion Center, 7 - 11 p. tn. TRAVEL TALKS Biloxi Community’ House. 7 - 10 p. m. TALENT NIGHT-Service Club. 7 30 • SATURDAY, MAY 23 POST THEATRES. Nos 1 and 2-"Af fnhv" Dennis (J’K«'«*te. Ruth Terry. "Not u Lady's Man." Patil Kelly. Fa\ Wray. DANCING Informal. USO Club. 8 p TRAVEL TALKS Exhibition of pic lures, Htloxt Community House, 2 - tf ! P in. OPEN HOUSE — First Methodist) Church, Gulipurt. 7-10 p. m. DANCING Formal, Gulfport Com- I - vomit)- House, 8 30- 11 30 p in OPEN HOUSE First Methodist: Church, one block back of Gre\ - hound bus station. Gulfport, 7 - 10 i OPEN HOUSE First Baptist Church. I one block west of Gulfport Com munity House. 7 SO-10 p. m. DANCING Formal, Gulfport Com munity House pn beach in front of Yacht Club 8 30-11 30 p nt. St NO W M AY U POST THEATRES. Nos 1 and 2 "Tor tilla Flat," Spencer Tracy, Hedy La marr. John Garfield dlo Room. OPEN HOUSE. SOCIAL HOUR—Meth od!#! Chapter House, 1-7 p. m. and i 8-15 to 8.15 p m. TRAVEL TALKS - Exhibition of Pic tures. Biloxi Community House. 2-« Hall. 34*h avenue, ona block north 1 of railroad. Gulfport. 3-5 p m. j FELLOWSHIP HOUR -First Christian Church Gulfport. 15th atreet. aero*..; j from Community House. 5 30 - 7 30 p MONDAY. MW 33 1X)ST THEATRES Noa 1 and 3-"Tor , tilla Flat. ' Spencer Tracy. Hedy Io nian, John Garftrld DANCING CLASSES - 17SO Club l p i'PEN HOUSE Bay View Homes Rec reation Center. 7 SO - 10 p. m Tt KHD %\. MAY POST THEATRES. Noa. 1 and 5 Wife Take# a Flyer." Franchot Tone. Joan Bennett. GAME NIGHT USD Club. 7 30 n j SOCIAL-- Methodlirt Chapter Houle. ' I Df«£J. C~*' KKESLCI FIFID OFFICFRSj and MFN—You iff welcome to j Hotel Avelez Ixninge Biloxi Sam and Michael Sicuro Prop* Summer Camp Shows Coming Here V, ;«r Field men may soon1 aC[ l performance of one of the1 la • • -hftvf companies sponsored; *1 ■ 'ijsO-Camp Snow*. Inc..] ^ .j, n a lour of Army Poets a n tertainment*. the ms- ] which are musical var-j s, / employ jetween 2001 ctors and actresses and ] eight complete show i for the major circuit, wh \ ,moraces large j>oeta like; H*,. , Field, and seven com-' for the minor circuit, which' ttTl-,et smaller posts without •f t .cheduie, as now formulat- 1 #d, -s,.« for a show every three] or sr weeks for each of the I casr.is fjn th* circuit The shows ; wii. he free and attendance is re- i atr.cted to military personnel. Improvement Planned for Tent City Km nr i.eld's "Tent City" U toj be equipped with modem eook Iny lighting, nhower and sanitary! fat ‘:cs. Capt. Frank H. Wyatt, Po Utilities Officer, haa revealed. T .c-c will be five fully equip ped kitchens, containing gas ra,*,' ovens and other modern! fai tie , each capable of supply- j in) (our mesa halls. Three pre pa, ,ti(in sheds, containing hot wa-I ter f , illtiea, allcera, grinders, po tat peelers, butchering facilities anc oilier equl ment, will be used I m preparation of the food Mess| kit sill be used. They will be j wa ml by the individual soldiers in steam heated hot water tanks. A . lenis will be electrically I Hg.ied. Orderly rooms will be j equipped with telephones. fine!I roads have been laid over the land. Drain sewers have also been laid, the engineers utilizing Mboats" to lay the pipes over lower sections. The sanitary facilities, includ ing ^bowers, wash basins and in di\ lual hot water heating units hive been set up within huge hos pital touts. All roads leading i 3 the camp an i to Tent City have been cov ered with crushed shells, sand topped, and covered with calcium Chloride. Dance Band Hopes to Hit Big Time Recordings of the music of the A i Force Band, under the dire» I l!on of Sgt. Russell Sessions, were sent this week to Toby Reed, di rector of the “Fitch Band Wa gon," for approval, if Mr. Reed approves the recordings the Air Force Dance Band will appear on he “Fitch Band Wagon," radio urogram for outstanding profee ionai and amateur bands throughout the country. A new Air Force Band is re hearsing under the direction of I’orp Thos. 1). Moore, trumpeter, nnd will coordinate programs with Sergeant Sessions and his band. The new band is expected to give a performance soon and will play iioth on and off the Post for Kees ier Field soldiers and officers. Corporal Leon had his own aance ouna m viooue, /\ia., De fore entering the Army, and is the omposer of n number of popular ongs. The Post Air Force band as played many of his songs and lie has arrnnged some of their numbers. Several hundred dollars worth i.f musical instruments were re eived last week and are now' in ise. A shipment of musical instru ments is also expected soon from "tfewr Orleans. Back Issues Of Keesler News Available Inauguration of a new file sys em for bark issue* of the Keesler Field News has made possible the -elease of a number of back Issues .0 those who desire them. Includ ed In the issues available are a lumber of Dedication Day issues. Any Keesler soldier or officer nterested in obtaining back copies if the News may do so by calling .it the Public Relations Office Building 7. Block 37. Copies may be obtained free of charge as long is present supplies last. Bil UON FOB air t OBFf WASHINGTON, D. C — Almost a third of a 31 million dollar contract for military sup plies and equipment given to th< automobile industry by the War Department since the Pearl Har bor attack has been allocated tc •he Air Corps announced Ifndei Secretary of War Patterson. UTOMOTIVE HINT Having the spark plugs cleaned and tile gaps reset to the pre scribed thousandth of an inch will make a noticeable difference -n the performance of an automobile FOR ALL OCCASIONS I Watches. Diamonds and Other Jewelry. China. Glassware and Silver. J. K. KtXJOTT If.Cfi sod Op-„nir ut,[ 5M « Howard Ave Phone r:». Biloxi. Mis. jfox sab * B L Buy In Biloxi Biloxi is "home-town" of A. C. T. S. during your training period at Keesler Field. These merchants and firms of Biloxi welcome you. and have made special effort to provide the things you need. Patronize them! No need to go elsewhere— Biloxi has it! Check your needs from this list, then see the firm that has what YOU need. They are "fighting on the hotnefront” and barking VOL' 100^! — Headquarters for Nunn-Bush Shoes Guarantee SHOE STORE J. O. COLEMAN, Prop. Shoes Rebuilt Biloxi, MLw. I McCarthy heads sports Ray McCarthy, sports promoter and former sports writer for the New York Herald Tribune, has been appointed Coordinator of Sports for Army Emergency Re lief, the War Department has an nounced. Mr. McCarthy already has be gun coordination of a nation-wide program of competitions and ex hibitions with the leading athletic figures and teams in every branch of sport. All events will be held for the tnr t of Army Emergency Relief. -— Movie Profits To AER Fund Profits from the movies shown at the Post theatres on May 10 and 11 have been donated to the Army Emergency Relief Society, MaJ. Abram L. Shoemaker, Post Theatre and Special Services Of ficer announced this week. IThe | Specialty Store WELCOMES j The Officer* '■ and Soldier* of ) Kee*ler Field. S. Vignes Jr. j ODE TO LOMBARD TORT ROSECRANS. Calif— Unpublicized story of Carole Lombard's generosity: The sol ders here ncded a public address system. Corp. Jack Creamer. Car ole's agent prior to his entrance into the Army, mentioned the sit uation to Jiss Lombard and she ; promised to provide the public ad ! dress system. Three days after her i plane crashed, the equipment ar ; rived. Attention Soldiers! ORDER FLOWERS By Tvlrinph Member T. D S. The Flower Basket (JO Revnoir. Opposite Saenger Theatre. Biloxi Bn. BYE RELICS WASHINGTON. D C — ; The Army is undertaking an ’ intensive campaign to survey all obsolete and waste materials, the conversion of which will help to -educe existing shortages, the War Department announced today. In cluded will be obsolete armored , vehicles, old cannon anc solid j shell, except the articles having historical or defm;la decorative 1 value. If A MED CHIEF CLERh T. Sgt. John A, Laverty, 39flth rech. Sc. Sq., last week was ap »inted Chief Clerk of the Avia ion Cadet Board succeeding M. 5gt. Bernard T. Streeter, who has eft the field. ON OCR TIP TOES WITH SERVICE for Horsier Field men. Famous Dunnauay's fine Sea Food — Steaks Arrnmm i lions for Large or Small Parties. GETS NEW DUTIES 1st Lt.- Richard W. Love, for mer adjutant of the 398th Tech Sc. Sq., has assumed his new du ties as assistant io Maj. Harry G Douglass, Post Housing Officer Lt. Love is the first Asst Post Housing Officer to be assigned tc this office. MANHATTAN BAR & CAFE "Where The Crowd Goes” Bier—Wins—Music! Krgal Beer On Tap. ^\_Howard_\vei^_^_JBilo\i_ CAMP DAVIS, N. C.—Giani steel "spider webs" which will be strung by barrage balloon* to protect vital areas in the United States against air attacks are be ing developed by experiment a the nation’s first Barrage Balloor Training Center and School a Camp Davis. GUNTHER FIELD, A!a7—Sol diers here have introduc ed something new: Parachute Pa jamas. The parachute depar.m n had some silk in stock no longei in good enough condition to use if aerigl jumping. The fliers an now sleeping in tailor-made pa | jamas. Keesler JK Field ek* You Are Invited to Visit Biloxi lsodge No. 606 Club Facilities at Your Disposal. Meetings Wednesday t P.M. Clyde L Caiapbell. E. R Majoring in Sergeant Majors ■■■■■■■■■■■ S. S(t. Ralph Winland Photo By U. S. Aimy Air Corp* A former c wbov who ha* "punched" cows in most of the southwestern state*. S. Sgt. Ralph Winland is now "ridine herd" on the drill instructors here in bis k present capacity as Sergeant Ma jor of the Air Corps Replacement Training Center. Sergeant Winland compares his duties' to those of a First Ser geant. He is the liaison between the enlisted men in the RTC and Maj. Samuel H. Paterson, Execu tive Officer, ACRTC. In addition, he supervises all clerical worjr. The Sergeant* family lives in Lancaster. Ohio, and he enlisted in the Air Corps in September, 1940, and was stationed at Scott Field. 111., before coming here. Bindings Save Wear on Magazines Here The 40 regularly sirbscribed-to magazines at the Service Club are now encased in attractive black leather magazine binders. Thirty of the covers have glass fronts, used for large magazines such as Life, and the other 10 are all leather. Among the new books received by Miss Mary Throckmorton, Post Librarian, and available to sol diers here at the Service Club Library, are “The Tools of War,” by James R. Newman; “America Prepares for Tomorrow,” by Wil liam Boutwell; "Aircraft Year book For 1941,” by Howard Min gos; “The Four Hundred NTltllon,” by Mary Nourse: "Bend in the River,” by Jan Valtin; “Charles DeGaulle,” by Philippe Barres; “The Germans," by Emil Ludwig; and "Future of Air Power—Vic tory Thru Air Power,” by Alex ander De Seversky. 'Gay '90s' Revue Given Monday A “Gay Nineties Revue" was presented on Monday night at War Department Theatre No. 1 by the A & R Office, featuring tunes, jokes and costumes that made the nineties one of the most colorful periods in American history. The show was presented last month for the benefit of the crip pled children's fund of the Gulf port Kiwanis Club and also at toe Biloxi Community House. It wag written and directed by Pfc. Marshall Marcus o' the A i R. oflice. The costumes were don ated by residents of Biloxi and the scenery was done by Pfc. Ralph Goodman. Famous gongs of the nineties were sung by Pfcs. Chauncey Roth, Michael Spryn, W. W. Mc Michaels, Isaac Utley and Pvt Delbert Fradenburg. Miss Judy Perez sang, and dances were pre i sented by Misses Barbara Van Ailer and Louise Mallard. Pvt. Robert Kitsis and his band played. Other participants in the show included Corps. Joseph Za 1 vod, Stephen Major, Pfcs. John [ Gray. Michael Maciong and Pvts. | Huber Rhorer. Max Brenner and ' Lawrence Boench. Robertson Ends Book on Water Safety Course S. Sgt. Roy Robertson. NCO in ! charge of Arms of the Air Corps ! Replacement Training Center, re I eently completed his booklet for i RTC instructors on life saving ■ and water safety. This booklet to : gether with two other booklets :! written by Sergeant Pobinson on i the nomenclature of rifles and \ pistols, is being combined into one i book which is being issued to !n '• structors. The booklets on rifles and pis [to!s describe the different parts of the rifle and pistol, Aie.r use ! and insttuctions in marksman jship. They algo contain questions ! and answers which the instructors j use when teaching recruit'. | The booklet on swimming covers 1 al! phases of swimming. ! Cliff swallows fly 2000 miles out of their way on their migra tion tiight They follow the west ern short of tbe Caribbean sea in flying from Nova Scotia to South America.