The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 21.10.1944, Blaðsíða 3

The White Falcon - 21.10.1944, Blaðsíða 3
=>llil)iillllllllINHHIIIIIIIIUMIIIIilf!lllllllllllllllllll|IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIU i I W \2epaxtvi E DO YOU TOUT YOUR WISE 5 TO WORK AFTER THE WAR? § "Hoi I believe a wo- = man's place E is in the E hone and E since I wi- ll 11 be able E to provide Sfor both of = us,(I hope) E there will S not be any necessity E for her going to work," = replied Pvt. John Hill- E son, of Los Angeles, | Calif. E Ffc. Cleo H. Greene of Harlan, Ky., said, "I have a two-year-o- ld daughter and I beli- eve ny wife has a full time job E taking care of her and E our home. 1 want her E to continue doing just E that, after the war." S "Of course not," ans- E wered IAC § Norman King 1 of Syden- E ham, Eng- E land. "I E married my | wife to lo- ll ok after and I glad to say she is of the same opinion. The< me am E Producer ¥<alter danger says that Yvonne De E E Carlo (above) is "the most beautiful girl in =_ | the world" and that's why he's given her the = re are enough men to do | lead in "Salome, Where She Dances." S tlie worjc» riiiuuiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiuiiiiiuiuiHiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii; "Well, wife had to work after I came in- to the Ar- ray, but 1 certainly do not want her to con- tinue to, after the war. 1 think «ost wo- men are happier making a home than out working at least, I hope w& wi- fe will be," Sgt. Ber- nard Balbourgh, of Det- roit, Mich., musingly replied. DID YOU KNOW THAU There are two DIFFERENT ends to an ETO service ribbon? The end with the black stripe should be worn to the WEAR- ER'S left. TheAmerican Scene OMAHA, NEB. - Promising the "biggest and best" Dog Catcher's Ball, poundmaster Chris Christen- sen is all set for his fifth annual event on behalf of neglected dogs. The ball will pay for licenses for pets of persons unable to buy them. The new uniform - gift of an admirer- which Chris will wear at the ball is olive green with three "general's" stars. On the left sleeve are gold "hash marks" indicating the number of political campaigns he has weathered, while on the left shoulder is a gold brocade dog in a round patch. CHETENNE, WTO. - U.S. Marshal A.A. Sanders recently received the following reply from Mrs. John Dockter of Wheatland, Wyo., whose husband had been summoned for special jury duty: "Dear Sir - My husband is somewhere in the South Pacific with the U.S. Navy. I know he would be delighted to come home and be a juror. We can dream, ¦t we?1 can' • TACOWA, vVASH. - Someone with a destructive sense of humor kidnapped a bulldozer in Tac- oma's Lakewood ice arena area early one morning and tore up a lot of good road as well as a large portion of the countryside. Police, sent after the "kidnapper" in a squad car, found the road so badly torn up they had to proceed on foot. They found acres of ground ravaged and trees uprooted. Through the dark and fog they ¦ could hear the bulldozer continuing merrily ac- ross country, but couldn't get to it. the mach- ine was found abandoned the next day. WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Treasury Dept. has re- vealed the stery of David Fixman, alias Dave Strauss, whe sold |843,OO0 worth of nylon stoc- kings that didn't exist to certain midwestern stores. Fixman went around telling store mana- gers that the stockings were going to be made from 10,000 pounds of yarn that the Army had rejected. Although there was no such yarn, many ' gullible citizens swallowed Fixman'e Bales talk and paid off in real cash. When Fixman finally failed to make good on a $9 order to a woman hotel employee she turned him in and explained to police that she had known him as a former railroad worker and had "no use for railroad men" because her former husband had been one. Fixman is currently spending his time in jail. TUCKAHOE, N.Y. - While assembling the in- gredients for a cake which she contributes to a local church's annual charity bazaar, Mrs. Paul Compton discovered that the recipe called for half a pound of butter. It seemed "sinful" to Ur. Compton to put that much butter into a cake these days, so she wrapped up the butter and sent it to the bazaar in- stead. At auction, it brought $12.95 - about $10 more than is usually paid for a cake. PORTLAND, ORE. - Unable to get any cigarett- es, four women war workers here are puffing away on pipes - and urging other women to follow suit. They were asked if pipe smoking made them sick. "Well," coughed Mrs. Alma Hunt as the girls began their fourth day of it, "Not much."

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