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And here w« bnye Cpl. Johnnjr Onnt, idioae voice Is fsmllier to
redlo listeners throughout Qoldsboro and the surrounding region, m
pnetlcally “tbs Voice of Seymour Johnson Field.” Orent wm s radio
•Bouncer ta dvlUaB life.
**. . . voti can bet the Army tUr corps Is on the firing line. . .
8o goes the song, and here's ah examine of the firing une which is
readying more Tanks to clip Adolph and the Son of Heaven. 'Ihls is
Seyaaour Johnson's firing range, and it's a mi^t busy place these
Sven the WAOs have a mall man. or would it be a mall **woDan‘'?
Assistant P. O. 01^ Cpl. Bstella Neton, hands three letters to Sgt.
Wiens art always watttaig for tbeir men, so the old saying gc
WaU. here's ane widthif on the poet. 'Ae. Is Mrs. Ehuar .Otimw
'M Detrelt. Mich., reedtiw * *"«f****‘* at ihd SeMee OMh
vaMg ta sas Pvt. Orahovskl, an atretaft lasrhialsa
Here And There
Around S. J. Field
Newlyvreds, Lt and Mrs. Howard T. Ooodpaster leave a poet chi^Ml after a military wedding. The
bride is the former Lt. Helene M. Langlols, memiber of the Army Nurse Corps at this stathm. Her home' Is
at BuggsvlUe, Ala. Lt. Ooodpaster is from Lextngton,Sy.
Tessir. Hh the leemsa. l&ln difference about this iceman and the one you've noted in dvUian life ’
la that this one isn't miming Into everyons’s kitQben or porch, etc. Otherwise, weQ, he's aiueb the.,
same guy. P. S.^Bubby doesn't care when this ooe caUs.
Bm Is adpy. tbs djM who Mtos te frfd via ■ptweyds stdMjar.
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