The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 17.03.1945, Blaðsíða 6

The White Falcon - 17.03.1945, Blaðsíða 6
Male Call h Milton Caniff. creator of "Terry and the Pirates" Grilled Chicken on Three-Decker, Wei! browned IF '/well, pon't let it fling you, ^J five-stae.'... pass the vvo£p that^ i'aa tossing a chow-down tonight fk-everything on separate plates.' tisitey Courtesy King Features Syndicate, Inc., distributed by CNS. RED tm%% CLUB 14 Sunday 2030—Army Band i Monday 1800—Bowling Opening 2000—Masonic Meeting Tuesday 1530—Easter Shopping With Pat Wednesday 2130—"Kentucky" and hoys Thursday 2145—Coffee Cart Friday 1915—History, Customs of Iceland Saturday 2000—Ping Pong Champion- ship. CLUB 23 Sunday 2000—Icelandic- American Jlusicale Tuesday 1900/' 2100—MISSING JUR- ^OR Ballon Enthusiast Mew ENSA Shaw Announces Schedule PHIL'S FIVE, most recent ENSA show to arrive here, announced this week the following schedule of perfor- mances which will be given before American troops in the IBC: March 20—Camp Tripoli, March 28—Camp Dailey, March 30—Camp Turner, March 31—Club 23, April 7—Herskola Theater, April 11—Club 14. Cast of PHIL'S FIVE consists of: Nanette Red, stage artist; Valeria Browne, accordionist; Ann Sherry, soub- rette contortionist; Ethel Loflus, variety artist; and Phyllis Moulding, pianist. Civil War veteran Oliver M. Haney of Pasadena, Calif., asked for—and got—a pack af Army K Rations for his iOOfch birthday celebration— n lieu of a cake. Shown tbove swallowing a mouth- ful of the pork and veal mix- ture, Haney recalls that dur- ing the War Between the jtates he had only pork 'n' leans everyday and "had to like it!" ARMY REQUISITIONS 'HONEYMOON HOTELS" IN FRENCH CAPITAL So many GIs and WACs have succumbed to the mag- ic that is Paris that the Army recently requisitioned two hotels for the use of honeymooning couples. In fact, an average of 34 coupl- es per week are saying "I do." To make everything just about "perfect," leading Paris dressmakers are. lend- ing Army brides their best wedding gowns — without charge!" Ektegronn #9 desmans im%a s iige actory ' at nil! Hides' Silesia V 0 e J1 «-. o it o (Answers should be sent to: EDITOR, THE WHITE FALCON, BASE SPECIAL! S! " SERVICE, not later than Wednesday noon. To the contestant who submits the first correct, or most nearly correct, set of answers will be awarded a carton of cigarettes.) THIS" WEEK'f* i QUESTIONS: •' « g (1) Why is the city of Berlin such an important military objective—aside from Js g the effect which its capture may produce upon German morale? J! R (2) Why is it that so many nations have recently declared war against Germany? « x (3) In selling war bonds, the Government not only desires to gain money for the « tl prosecution of the war, but lias another important aim as well. What is that o 6 other aim which it is hoped the sale of war bonds will accomplish? ii Winner of last week's contest is Pvt. Warren Fairman, Camp Monmouth. Cor- § rect answers were: (1) The immediate cause of the U.S. declaration of war against § Germany was the German declaration of war againsttthe U.S. (2) All citizens of *» the USSR are not Communists. Although the Communist party is the only legal one g in the Soviet Union, its membership at present is under 5,000,000. (3) A veteran Q of World War II is entitled by provisions of the GI Bill of Rights to a maximum. » of four years of free schooling. s Indicating the great care taken by the Germans in sa- feguarding their war plants from Allied air onslaughts, a huge underground factory constructed beneath a for- est has been uncovered by Marshal Koniev's troops' in upper Silesia. Underneath tbe natural camouflage provided by large trees, Red Army sold- iers found enormous con-. crete structures which had a I been made invisible from the air by canopies and acr- es of skillfully planted woods. Miles of tunnels con- nected giant underground warehouses where thous- ands of mines and were stored. ;; shells "We'll Bile 'Em Tq Death!"—Radio Tokyo "Though his weapons are damaged and his ammunit- ion; exhausted, the Japanese soldier will charge empty- handed and bite the enemy to death!" — Radio Tokvo. SET DRAGN Considerable numbers of deferred men between the ages of 30 through 33 will soon be called up for induct- ion soon, Selective Service Headquarters announced recently! In the order to local draft boards, Selective Service says that from now on men who have been previously given "industrial deferm- ents" must be "necessary.to" as well as regularly engaged in essential activities before they can be. deferred. Slating that requirements for replacements in-the arm- ed forces have been "sharp- ly increased," Selective Ser- vice points out that the supp- ly of physically fit men in the 18 to 25 group is "practi- cally exhausted," while the" 26 to 29 group is "extremely' limited." In the 30-33 group, fathers will be given greater con- sideration than non-fathers. Dogs, Cats Fall Heir To Estate Worth $16,G99 Three dogs and six cats recently received formal not- ices to appear at a hearing of the Los Angeles Super- ior Court — as legatees in the probate hearings of the will of the late Susan Bailey, Los Angeles educator. Miss Bailey left the animals as heirs to her $16,000 estate. Since they were named as legatees in the will, it was necessary that a. formal not- ice be sent to tbe dogs.

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