The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 28.10.1944, Blaðsíða 6

The White Falcon - 28.10.1944, Blaðsíða 6
Male Call by Milton Caniff, creator of "Terry and the Pirates" What A Standing Operating Procedure Organization News PRhiiATURE CHRISTMAS DELIVERIES: A few have delved into the cont- ents of the traditional Yulotide stockings and report the following tokens of affection be- stowed upon them thus i far. Pfc. henry Garza is all <smiles over his electric machine inten- ded to remove excess avoirdupois without un- due exertion on the part of the user...Cpl. .Junior Dopp a bit un- decided as how he might use ."Old Lavender and Lace" Bath Salts"....... l/Sgt. Borenbaum's emo- tional balance was con- siderably upset last week when he received his request for an elixir to soothe his irritated throat pass- ages. His hotter half complied literally v.ith cough syrup.. ..Chef Pfc Howard Fulle received "New Improved Culinary Guide for Beginners." Sgt. C.A. Postler. Widow Waltz" in Hungar- ian.... No, that wasn't an enthusiastic peanut stand we heard in Hut 47. It was Cpl. Luzader and his flute with Teo 5 Genz with a musioal sweet potato. Don't complain. Tec 5 Sherry was looking for a saxa- phohel It's never so bad'... ..Pvt. Geere gets the nod as the noisiest guy in any mess hall... Accolades to Anguillo, Moore, Guglielmo, Heasy and Keisner as well as Rifenburg, Flores and rieigel for the new str- ipes they're wearing. Tec 7 A. Nonny liuss. Were the seats so hard that Pfc. Huffman went to the jiRC carry- ing a oomforter with him? They laughed when Pvt. Stewart fell into ranks, but they sang another tune when "Dr- illmaster" Stewart put them through their pac- es. Did you know that Pfc. Russell was an in- structor in the States and literally fought to come overseas! Smart boyj It's been reported that Pvt. Ford made ab- out 33 points by making another brilliant rema- rk in the presence of rank. Tec 4 Beary wants to see his name in print. Here it is: BEaRY. Is it true that dis- patcher Six quit the basketball team because he was not able to find a uniform that would fit. Cpl. H, Goodinsky. John Fruge is defin- itely not wearing all GI clothes these days - he's changing over to pinks....Everyone is celebrating next Wed- nesday night at the party....Le Roy Ish is receiving loads of mail these days in response to his ad in the Lonely Hearts Journal. They've yet to see his photo - but that's almost be- side the point, All the boys and girls are anxiously a- waiting the opening of the Martin Room which is the sharpest night club this side of Bdwy and 50th St. J. J. is personally supervising the sandpapering of el- bow holes in the bar for the more prominent drinkers...,Loren Abbey i6 reading the wrong kinds of books these days. Pvt. Ben Rosenthal. QURRTEfilWRSTt R Have you noticed the improvement in the ve- hicles sinoe Jimmy Jim- inez was made acting motor sergeant? I guess Curley and Hiok will now change their ways. Topic of•conversation for the week was the Egyptian hula-hula dan- ce seen in the GI movie last iionday, John Berry had to go back Tuesday because he was sitting behind Sam sarsiglia and the reflected light from that bald spot blinded him. Norman Co- hen went back Tuesday just on general princi- ples. If our 1st Sgt. does not stop roaming around curing the night and putting out fires, the- re's going to be a vac- ancy in our I'/O. Bill Donnelly. ORDNANCE ORDAHOTES - They say that the strut of Tec 4 iiitteer is only his re- hearsal for the coining TD (Trip Dowa the" aisle- with his gal). Walky^OJ not run, Diok....I£ <iet not true that Cdmpany -I Punishment consists jpf < listening to S/Sgjb. Tit- : tuska sing the 'tfc.erjx" Send THE WHITE FALCOlfJIome ¦ %l ¦ ttossuttjcStt»ti anraxaSxi'BH •*¥ , * ...........*&i,-±- <^.........\ 098 # G<d¥---'4 *r*\t e NODlVd H1IHM arii moaj 7&a JnquiMn^ WHAT ARK WO SENDING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS? "Well, to tell you the truth, 1 don't know," replied Cpl. Harry Webb, of Jersey f City, N. J. ' "After a fo- ur hour tour of this town I couldn't find any- thing, I guess I'll ju- st send a money order." LA.C John Staton, of Nottingham, England, th- oughtfully answered, "I intend to send home the more se- verely rati- oned things, such as silk stockings, undergarments, tinned fruits and chocolate." Turning the tables on- this col- umn's photo- x^fWkk > grapher, Tec HE i 5 Samuel G. Kadorian, he countered, "Ask me an [ easy onel Last year it was easy—souvenirs,pi- ctures and woolens, but this second Christinas I am stumped. What are YOU sending?" "There are so many things here to send home that it is hard to cho- ose," repli- ed Aircraft- sman Bruce Morrison-St- ory of West- on-Super-tVare, England. "I hope to buy some woolens and gloves," he said.

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