The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 17.03.1945, Blaðsíða 8

The White Falcon - 17.03.1945, Blaðsíða 8
Organization Mews ORDNANCE . .ORDANOTES: Another step up the ladder has heeu reached by the recent pro- motions of Sgl. Guglielmo; Tec -Is Ahrens, Chumbley, Colgrove, Krebs, Lesczynski, Milteer and. Zaccagnini to the rank of Tec '.). Tec 5 MacKenzie is now Tec 4 MacKenzie. Nice going, men. The last spell of liquid sunshine found S/Sgt. Tut- uska launching paper boats from his cot. That's what TD does for you. Those two streaks headed for the mess hall at chow time each day have been id- entified as Pfc A. G. Peter- sen and Tec 5 Creamans. Chow hounds, extraordin- ary1. Tec 5 John F. McCabe. day night. The winner prov- ed a little too professional. Nice try though, Sweeten. Mike Komynski wants Barnes to hurry back so he can finish the "Blue Letter" story. Pfc. Jud Hessick. Tec 5 Earl (The Beak) Marbaugh is really sweat- ing it out Ihese days. Could it be that he is afraid his "Brother" will leave, with- out him? When is John (Tex) Sel- maii going to heed the ad- vice of that popular song 'Straighten Up And Fly | firsl oTadCr made the excuse The groans and grunts of contentment after THE MEAL Wednesday night were sounds to warm the heart of the mosl-GI Mess Sgt. in the world. Mess Sgt. Gus Mchos and his boys cer- tainly deserve a lot of ap- preciation for the "out of this world" menu. In line, too, for home of the praise should be the men from G-1 who were responsible for the decorations in the mess hall. In our column last week, "Things of Note," we ment- ioned a certain member of the Air Force Band who had taken a ride on the jug for the first time. Correction, please, it was the Army Band — and he won't do it again. (It says right here.) Between the kittens over in W-2 and the pups in P-G, the camp is beginning to look like a menagerie. In- cidentally, the pups in P-(5 furnished one of the best ali- bis yet. The hut was gigged on inspection because there wasn't enough water in the fire buckets, so a certain males about his aching back and for his treathents. It's hard to understand how a TC man would be so effecti- vely crippled-just helping to lift one little box. Hey, Buz, next time see Miranda for a crane. Chief Almada is making rings now and a good job it is, too. We knew you didn't intend to stay 30 years just to help Henry carry his mon- ey. Grzechowiak looked and lie looked and he .looked — but il can't happen here. You can't fill that guy up. We heard Clanev loudly You're Dead, You Rascal You" is purely co-incident- al? Sgt. Joe Farrell. Since the last party our top kick has become known as "Parson" Push. Rumor has it that he's setting up a Justice of the Peace marry- ing mart in the near future, er McCrary says TD is so much inconvenience that I able to boast of having Mexi work on same. Flash! In the interest of the above ment- ioned, a newscast will be posted daily at 0900'hours. Tec 5 John A. Campbell. Pfc. Hein is really a news hound. He'J^l turn down Jill and the "Gi Jive" any old day in the week just to hear a news broadcast. He hears so many commentators that the contradictions have con- tradictions. In fact, he's the only man we know who thinks the war might be ov- — yesterday. Set. G. Gilewski's bovs are "tch tchin<>" while readme' nes «oino- to sia>' ni< Iceland co's one and only Schnozola "Tobacco Road" and then murmuring Philly isn't such a bad place after all. S/Sgt. C. McCasland. Right?" At the present time he.gives us the impression of a taxi cab going down the street with both doors open. This ain't Texas, me Jad! Vehicles are stopped by pressure on the brakes and not by "Whoa!" What certain Medic Sgt. is contemplating marriage now that the redistribution stations are offering vacat- ions free of charge for re- turning veterans and their ¦wives? Gosh, we thought il "was love, Dopp. Tec 5 F. R. Murcko. that Hie dogs must have drunk all the water just be- fore inspection. Not bad, Russ, not bad! Robbie. Those who find il hard to! jnass away the time should visit Tec 5 Schaffrick's hut and view some beautiful table scarves lie's made. Shows what can be accom-1 plished witli a few quiet horir.s. . - The haircut Artie Slade lias* is what the well-groom- ed man will have in J.955 — or was il 1925? Sweeten almost won the pie-eating coldest conduct- ed al Ihe County Fair Snn- Congra I illations to our good friend Higgins on his new job — and Hig were you shown how tea times operate? That's pari of the ')i.<>; plan, you know. That S/Sgt. is still taking a loud ra::zim> from his hut- .QUHRTERmfiSTER TRUCKING TOPICS: Cri- tics are, we know, very apt to be violent in their abuse of writers and correspond- ents — but we do think Michael Hensgen is going too far when he threatens to do. us bodily harm, all because of our little article la*st week. The spectacular Pfc. Ge- orge Mayer II is now show- ing one stulka the arl of wooing, Indiana Style. News made Wed. night when the club was honored with the presence of Sgt. McArther and his protege, Cpl. Schuback. Both were giving the stulkas a treat and doing the beer justice. Cpl. Eruy Marsh. QM CHATTERBOX: Sgl. John Crump, owner of a 50- foot ranch in Texas, has won the title: "One Who Can Tell More Lies Over A Cup Of Cofffee. Than Any Other Man In Camp." Pfc. Saner is taking less- ons on how to make a jeep stay on the. road — especi- ally around the guard hut. The #(> 1 question ! Why do- es 1st Sgl. Hatton gel "whist- le happy" at 12,'SO lirs. each day? Could it be that the ¦long hit of the week here a! Tor ail of the "plus" and six (Pfc. Barrara) Durante. months. It seems he had to Now for a little brass pol- get out of bed. | isiiing. Ahem! Glad to see Will James is becoming our Btry. commander wear- 3 pool shark — or so we ing those new railroad !iear. He was seen toting J tracks. Also, the guys are three cues to the table last kind of glad to have Lt. Edg- week. Do.es Kansas have poolrooms, Will? Jim Young' is teaching the next Orientation Class. Sub- ject will be "What to do and don't do il!" Sam Ackley must be mak- ing plenty of points. Thai ear really shines. If yon neec Stanley Padrevita. He's sending home baskets with his name on 'em, we hear. Cpl. Iven Stark. shoes, see £~| ["r-ffiimjjrar- -m-_ -amp, "I'll. Be (dad When'.riend "Bi It's our opinion that 1st Sgt. Lanman has slowed down a little after his trip to the U.S. I ley, Sarge, how about a liltle peek at that slick chick again? Many thanks to our very good neighbors A Btry. and their very promising cook, Pvt. Nardone, for a delight- ful dinner Sunday last in the absence of our Mess Sgt. Kaplan who's ill in the ho- spital. Here's wishing you a speedy recovery, Sgt. Anyone interested in hot news may find it beneficial !o drop around and look at our new map and orientat- ion hoard located in the day •oom. Manv thanks to our Whether it be in civil life or in the Navy you just j can't change human nature. We are referring to our ton- sorial mechanic "Simpson" who continually tries to tell this writer how to get his hair back. Come to think of it, he doesn't have too much protection from the Iceland- ic sun himself. ..Il actually happened! No one would believe his ears the other day at the Sea Bee parly when the "Great Nick De Marco got up in front of the microphone and couldn't think of a thing to, say. Now I'll believe anything. T.- Hibson, Y2/c. for all liis Send'THE TE ..FALCON.'b*s» A}]J JJ.IO^ AVajyJ 'J9JSBUHSOJ o/d jpjq-auo | -puB-auQ uioj^j "Pop" Michael, the big little man of the company, has been seen threatening "Champ" Riccardi. Be care- ful, Champ, we hear Pop is a rough character. "Shorty" Van Every has put in a request to be ex- cused from formations, clai- ming il is hard on his eyes when the command "Dress right, dress" is given. Don't be alarmed fellows by that flash of teeth you see flashing around these days. It's only "Irene" Ford grinn- ing from ear to ear over that Tec 5 lie received lately. According to "I Love Me" Hedges, his post war plans include a Hollywood career. Butch and Chuck. >

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