Mmmi T%M. Ml Cl
sot. iUUVS TEUJm
No tellias what a promotion can
do to a fuy. Take Oilman Swlof*
en, who reecBtljr made Pfc. Al
ready ne'e biicklBf for llaster.
Says he expecta to reach that pin-
naele in a abort time. . . the aer*
enth DOBth after the daration.
By the bye, about that hmk of
feBBlnlal^ you're been seen wllli
in town. Been holdloc back on usf
PCe. Harold Jones (no rattan
to the "Tbit Is The Army, Mr.
Jenea'O has beu makinc up for
lost ttme this Week past. Wife
Iflltfred baa been rtsUiiif her bus-
‘ *t seen In
. macam Phils,
N. r., M reminder of sweet mem-
to aasny a warrted *'OI-Wo.’‘
» f tm
BBa to you liiquiaittrc OI’s:
“"Hnbelle with the
__teni accent seen
with Pfe. Wetter
Daivbdrffl M none other than his
wife, abo' mft. Wife and aocent
hall from Oadsden, Alabamy.
AdrertbWBsnt: Are you looUnt
for a food artumsnty aood« sbonk
arfoments guaraoleed en any and
an aobjects. It you bare the.Tolee
and the oourace, oome down. Ho
bnkm bones allowed. Bverythliic
on tbs up and up. Sample sub*
leets: Ann life, 4>rs. faoorfte pht
up sirla. Oabrtel HOetter, etc.
oWre at BairaekB SM.
On D. B.
nriuiir that the TITtb aaaeot,
BkIpPT, bss found himself better
sill niTUiiUnia at Tliuatm No. 1. So
It's now Detached Service for
Skippy.^Sktppy's greatest thrill la
lidtoc the theater motorcycle. Oh,
J es. oe enjoys the mdvles (for
ree). too. His favorite star, he de
clares, Is Phito, the Dog. Whlcfa
Is only nstursl. By the way, Sklp-
py made "Cpl” last week, and Is
a dally attender of Non-Com
That lock guy. . . Bgt. Kermit
DIetricb la away on furkm^
spendk^ It In Pennsylvania. And
S ou Can bet that idf one and only
I receiving his beet attention.
Have a go^ time (we know you
will), old boy. but, fbeavens sake,
dcn*t forget to come back.
It was Hanv Anniversary to
Pfe. atropss and his wife
Msxine who celebrated their see-
oos year of bllssfnl life lart Mon
day. And to do it up pn^rly Max
ine eame aS the way down from
IndlsnepoUa to be with Ruesell.
Which was good cause for a real
celebratlcm lor ttie couple.
The boys hi Barracks XTt are
taking odds as to whether Pfc.
James Mitchell is gonna get
hitched to his sweetie. You see,
Grace, came down to vWt Jim.
and you kxww how the men are.
Immedl^ly thev atari
So give us the mwdoi
We’re not one to eQueel. but
Just between ourselves, have you
seen what aeveral of our men have
been reading of late? Of an things,
true eonfemlan magaxlnes. o h.
dear me! Ws*d divulge their
names, but ihai might lead to
btoodriMd. and beeklea we don't
relish broken bones.
nrntOOOClMO— Sgt. prands
T. Pbeney. irtio writes ths eohnnii
for the SWd Air Base Squsdron.
Pbeney didilsys efterveeeent
scenes of ainwity uhldi his
column Intervstlng and well Ukod
by his msiiy readers.
losRv will ya.
By PHANCB T. FBENXY
Oongratulatkms to SSgt Relnert
on the recent addltlan to hie fam
ily. It'a a hoy.
PUtSB — OpL Gunner Nye Is
preparing for Ids furlougb. It looks
as though the hotel manager In
Boston win have a steady custom
er. Don’t let the same event bap-
pas OpI. that occurred tte last
S-Sgt. Russl seems to have t o
mother all these Non • oom’s down
at Opawtktts and we do mean you
Cpls. Nye Wing, Hall and Harm
on. It’s bad enough he has to get
you every morning but you
could all at least go to chow by
We beard Cram a good source
that 8-8gt. Pierce has married. We
knew all aloM that he wouldn’t
lei SBgt. McPMden put anything
over on him. he wasn’t going to
make a bed and mop a floor If
be had ans^thlDg to eay about it
Famous saying in Barracks 119
*T Bhouldn’t play this one" quoted
by Lovelorn Piri. Locke. Brt be
son does and walks away finan-
cial> happier. However, rumor has
it ttet be has been bUckballed by
a eertaln Sgt. who tips the scales
at around 195 and still going
What Sgt haa driven azkotber Sgt.
from the theatre into the boaptUil
with bh wild antics. Alas, poor
Anthony, but' be will have peace:
and quiet for a change. Sgt. ‘Pic"
you may go up and visit hitw any-
nme, but hasn't a poor soldier,
(even if he is a Sgt.) any place
to go where he can get away fr«n
OpL Oomy la leading a very
quiet life thla' month, can it be
uom Sw busk of fun^ or what?
Bow's it fbel "Dotniy** to be in
dm barraeks every night
. w aatf looktng faces
aroimd the squsdran area belong
to two loneeome 797b. namely,
Pfc's Harold Davis snd GordM
Wssoott Both thstr wives have re
turned home following a sCiort stay
in Goldsboro. wIScb is reason
enough to be ssd. But cheer up.
Bq. Det. is a cadre wganised
from several Groups. Now that
we've bad time to really know each
other, we find in our midst:
Sgt Elmore B. Blanchard who
wan formerly bead and professor
of French in the schools of New
Orleans, La. The sergeant la now
teaching French classes, beginning
Slid advanced, to the military per
sonnel of this Held, l^ 'men is
the 75th Wing, the Professor • is
willing to arrange special classes
to meet mutual convenienee. If in
terested, get In touch with him
throu^ your orderly room. The
''Sarge" was also professor of
Cbemistry. Biology, EngUsb. tad
B-flgt Louis S. Potempa whose
entire Army career, untU Us trans
fer t# B4. was with the 709th Train-
Ing Oroi9. Before entering the Ar
my, the "Salve’’ wan a pedagogue
agog. He taught EngUsb and Lattn
for several years In a Ohtcago td^
i^mlogy to OpL *’Dogs Burke."
We aie sorry T-Sgt. Dortien but
OpL "Dog Tsgs" Mt^ he hut
pnllhig hia rank on you. he doewi’t
went to nm the P. O. he Just
wants his orders obeyed promptly,
but—Bgt. ‘Thtored Sips*' ~
be Is siwsys trying to order hfan
around evmi In dW barrnchB s '
it known as tho anay's wu
rank pidler hi the vrtiole outfit.
And a noted coneert pianist. 8-
Sgt. Roland Dfttl ooncsrusodmaln-
ly hi the middle west as a soloist
but for the last twesity (90) years
be appeared most suocemfnlly in a
two piano profeaNonal team —
Margaret Dlefcnthaeler and DUtl.
Ctatcago, Ann Arbor. Madison snd
kClwaukee know the "Sarge" weU.
Be also made an extensive tour
in New York. Among his students,
bs has mtagf sucoeasfnl teachers
and entmlainera all over Urn worU.
WaUdi for a ratev evening when
he has been "wasned out" of ten-
nfi In town and wlndn up at the
piano at the 1780. It's the equiva
lent of a 93.90 tickeL
Among our sewer-on'rs: to be
T-8gi: Alberto. Arthur KUb; To be
8^: Ernest Botti: To be Sgt:
AOert Klank. TswnirtM E. Rice;
to be Opl; James B. Glancy, Jamee
F. Muason. Robert «*»**«. Wil
liam P. Douglam, Raymond S.
Oulllerault, Pasquale B. Dlcaaio.
Jr., Edward W. TDley. Samuel
Klein and James Msnos: *10 be
Pfc: Jobu 8. EUer, Donald R. Ev
erhart, Ihomaa J. Leonard, Frank
J. Mtefcens. William M. Sartor, Bar-
old Sllventetav deon T. Willis.
WO Robert Oonne returned from
leave this week with the news that
be Is the papa of a baby b^. Lt.
Mesw is on leave. Wonder what
news be wHl bring back with him.
In 722nd Grmip
»T »-80T. W. ■. MABKOVITS
When Ptrat Sergeant August
Bsrth arrived at Seymour Johnson
he brought with him Uw famed
characters of the TSSod Trmlnixw
The question arises as to wlmt
we have done rinee we have been
here. Well. Oie rirqt Friday night
here, the top-Uok disappears and
from then osi, he has hem
every Friday. —Wonder who she
Is? tbe gal we have beard so
much, about has ttaaUy arrived.
Who is ^ — She is tbe wtfe of
newW (vomoted BSgL Thomas
Xodimaa. We stUl have to help
BBgt. Monty Rndolph on aM w
the ealestbenles platform. The old
boy Is 40 years old. Re’s rcnlly
proud of tlKioo new stripes. What
counolssev of Hm wines has been
promoted to ^ grade of -Sgt
Could it be one Wuter Buobolts
’ We also wonder about that para
trooper utM> fMl ont of bed and
broke his wrist Whe is he? I
rader? Oongratolatkins to tbe
king ef hari*wboe threwers. Be M
BMly pcemoted BSgt Stwffy Lam
Mr IT. 1M3
By SOTS. A. F. DIETl A J. t/.
Dally*a better halt from Virginia;
Latand Pollock's Thiln from
Ignn: Len Sander'a Edith from
Pkaiy: Bolgar Tange’s spouse.
New Jersey; Maloohn Chsnoey’s
Louise from Alabaina.
lb whkh Willie who’s of'**^^ ^ whaf O. 1 mesns.
Irish origta, en igh^ hta on the'
Cpl. nank Btaab of Ordimnce
jeems to be the most teportant
felkw in tbe outfit from tbe sise
of bis fan mall. S-dil.. Snlgeton
must tbink he to as important as'
nmak, cHily be backs a "Jeep”
been s ** 1**^ room to get fate one
^'re * letter.
pennaiientl_^l- “Baur^y from Otensh
answers, Ne. no not Don’t
hke us. Willte? Bow about It?
Have you notfeed tbe aparfcle in
CpL Chris Hamlttnn’s Die blue
eyeo (Tbey are btoe. we hope.)
when be gpeske of bis ’D.unLsm.ii
cntle? Ah. ahi’t hrve grandJ
This week's latest Held-out
(rom Hollywood Is the proud
oHering of Pfe: Donald Bow,
802d T: S: S;
In o fit of unconlr^lable
goyety, Don deeacibed tho
charms of his girlfriend (Phyl
lis is the name, boys) ond od-
ded. "Nothing will Barr me
from her when next I get
furlough:'* We overlook, the
pun in view of the picture:
The 913th Has
Poets r?) Too
By 8-SOT. B. W. BAM.. JB.
For the edlflcatian of our dear
readers we open tbe
week with an "oritfoal" poem
oompoeed by. and tor, that writ
known Pittsburg bondsman
Sam Telenfeld, and ptdrllshed at
his special request:
8am, Sam to tbe Guards’ maB
He' eats pickled herring as much
as be can
& loves sataml and Russian rye
Be wUI see that Tojo and Bttler
In file afternoon be goes looking
The 709th Ttainteg Group to now
located in the IIW block. Recent
promottons in the organisation are
as follows: To Tech Sgt., William
Lenox; Tto Sgta. Raymond Rus-
adL Robert Strtteb, William Brown
OOoTge Wood. To Corporals, Don
ald Zoerbof, Hammoud Waugh.
Horace Shepherd, Otto Psoll,
CUfmd Oatfee, William Kenlston,
SteiAena Cempoeto. Howard Ma
gee. Frank Brands, TTieinas Blan-
kenobip, Williaao Dwyer. Mark
Fraaer, Clarenee Coswr. Rudolf
Congratulations snd best wisbss
to an of tbe above mentioned.
Quite a few ef our boys have
been home on a furiough tbe past
In the momlBg and evening he
fixes tbe hoys snacks
Bis weight to 979 and be is real-
if a wow !
Be to first in Uae when the
whistle blows for dxnr.
It was reported to us this week
tfiat Mike Sksibt, who preetoes at
Gate No. 9. to haring to tide herd
on semie cows which apparently
think the Post Yietory Gai^ai to
greener pasttwe. All yon have to
do to adve this problA, fa
to call for serriem of "Cowboy"
Cavey, that famous Nebrseka eow-
Cne memoer of our organisation
celebcmted a safe and sane (?)
Fourth of Jidy by becoming en
gaged as Pfe. aniwxmy Wolf asked
tfa^ hiuiortant quesfion of ~~
MartbaWlstmer of Brool
incidentally. ICaa Wldmar to
extremely attractive girl as can be
wltneseed ty the fact that her
photo appeared In June 19 Alr-O-
Mech as Sweetheart of tbe iOited
Squadron. Saounv's fomaer outflL
Next week wfl] bring forto the
tong awaited Sqnadron Sweetheart.
There are plenCy of good
pho’os on hand ready tor judging new
have bad one is Sgt. Bengston. who
took the fatal st^ and to n o w
nurried. Good luck and best wlab-
s to tbe new bride sod grooes.
S-SgL Totoacr says we have
boardwalks here en thto poet, but
yonsbeuMsee tbe boardwalk ovei;
In Atlantie City, now that tbe has-
tton season to fa fun swing. We
wonder Just shat be means, but
we venture to say that tbe 709th
permaBsat party would Uke to find
Sgt. Kennedy recently returned
from his IS day furlough also to
Attaatle City and iirougfat hto new
bride hack bbere wHb him. Tbe
housteg project where we under-
stand mey are eomfortaWe and
happy in their little love nesL
Ow newly made TmA. Sgt. Wil-
Uam R Lenax Is now spenfog bis
furlough at Ms home in Wkicheo-
ter. Ihdiana. We selm hiss by tbe
news cast over tbe radio each
evening and also mtoe hie fine line
of rumors. Bawever, we trust hto
furlough has becB a pleasant one.
Now don't surprise us sarg, by
brlngtiig back a wife.
Lt. Ghent rercnUy returned from
S' 9-day MvouBc. After spending
three complete daps to tte mud
and rato and three days cleaning
and randrtog hto vaiforias, we find
him ahnost normal again. AiM be
can now force a smile without
much eOoit. LL Ghent says "At-
iantie Otp’s boardwaB was never
like this. However, he states,
' when it gets too rough tor tbe
rest of tbe boys, it to Just gettli«
right for me." More power to you,
Acttag first Set. Meredith Mid-
ktff, our group fim Sit. reetosUy
returned fesm a lAAay furiough
in Indianapolis. S-SgL Joe Bie^ey
did a bang up job of taking hto
ptnoe at tbe bte. A fine chap is
Sfigt Breekey. Just a wee MC
rugged, but thatto wbat the boya
of ttie 79tlh crave.
OapL Morgan, our company com-
mandor and the heat one on the
post, haa not, as yet. received hia
leave but wc are Isoktog torward
to tbe day wben he may have a
few days of wall deserved
Bent wtahes. r * *
A few da^ aga a stray dog
Mo our group
belongs, we gave her quaitera and
. rations and not havtog as y e t
^istmer of _&ooklyn. N.Y/f found her owner. We touzM her ia
Oie coal hto of our ceipenter shop
and hod presented ue with a fine
Uttte Jr. LL Crtountos has
ed CpL Mages as master tf cere
monies. CtoL Itegaa wQl give ftfU
details andapeetol huBettos to tbs
next week’s nem.
Beymaur Johnson fWd
: heir long dlstanee eonversaUooe
:a sdranoe. and being brief -m
all ealto. By heJptng speed op
i service tor the other fellow, eoa
IA. JsiHoy Druse, hsidbesded
md and csptafai of Fordham’s
famed Seven Bkirks of Ocaalte
team te U97. soon wQl leave toe
Iteval Fw PBght Stottan at Alim,
On., to Jola bis tocmer
Odr. Jhamy Ckwstey to Aocktond.
subject? Msybe ’ Pvt W. Jmid
cso do IL for they ebum around wbo iqag for tbe girt
quite a bit to-getber. * bom have been keeping
Pvt Pat Ward would like to Jobnepn Field pubfic telephouw
know If there to a nice green 'busy with tong dktanee cans ke-
spot anywhere on the post where cording to N. B. OifbnaB, Field
a man can sit and think of home.' representative for tbe Southern
It has to look Uke Ckwnty Slago'BeU Telephone snd Triegrspb
to Ireland tfao. ;Compaay.
"flwieliliiii MarttalP' . ' With long distance calls rmchibg
It's quite clear that Cgt ••Sun-.toeir peak shortly after 1999. toe
shine" Marshall is beginning toibcst times to place calls od week-
smUo almost every day. 'davs are before 0900, between 19M
ABgt. B. 8. MUTj^ of the finest,uto 1400. and between 1700 and'
supi^y room on tbe field (so he 1990. Although the rates are sliglit-
claims) devtdt^ed. a bad case ofily higher In the daytime, soldiers
toe jitters tbe other day when be can place their calls dnHt-g
found that a certain young lady was > Ibe su^ested tkours usually find
visl'tng tbe beautiful city of Con-'lhat service generally to faiw br-
cord, N. H. Also we would like to cause tbe rush is not so heavy,
w^^ be i^so much agalz^ ■— —
The Germans are now losing at
least one prectolon-bullt submaitoe.
tor every mass-produced
some coming track and field
events. He was seen doing a wblri-
wlnd sprint through barrsdn 119.
Wonder why he was mnniBg so
toe boys from Cbaoute J.
— Gould it be because toe men
coming from -these pohito all ace
well trained and certainly not re
Qd. "Athlete" Rowe is doitw
some serious thinking lately par-
deulaiiy along tbe 11^ of matrl-
aaony. Go abead M.
, Bgt. "Army Wegtuatloc" Scott to wuo
I doteig seme very fine trmlntog. fortokt.
.....sr^ Iasi nigi# I dM I
always wanhsd to daT *