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Vol. 1 No. 48
SEYMOUR JOHNSON FIELD. N. C.
BOIX OOT THE bonvl, ond mak* it a full on«, too. The
Hotional War Fund barometer of contributions is on disploy
at three points around the fields cO executed by the Soldier
Art Section. Tke-4ine has already risen to over $4,000, but
we'll bore to get going ond push it still higher.
Comic, Singing Sister Trio And
Dancing To Be Shown This Week
Another in tbe irp"g line oC U80 ■ The Hope Sisters, Terry. Anne. | clsimed them ss super In the iocs)
Osmpshows hits Seymour Johnson and Cislre have been pro chirpers circuits, It is sUeired.
Field this coming Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday. Sparked by acro
batic and novelty dancers and
featuring a sister singing trio said
for many a season now up in their A comic who’s really packed
home stamping grounds of Lynn, them In at select supper-spots
Mass. With two brothers In the across the nation (on the l^el.
service, the 30, SI. and 23 year old feUas, he’s good) Is WaQy Carlson.
by press-agents to be comparable really let out a mean style ''bo makes Jokes, sings songs, and
to the Andrews sisters, tbe show of swing stuff. This Is their first,Hips the hips acroas the stage In
promises plenty of entertain- 'tour outside the New England area, 'a creditable dance or two. He de
ment as It plays ‘but servicemen have already ac- U'crs a fast line of comedy In-
♦terspersed with what they call “ec
centric” dancing, which means that
If be wasn’t doing it for dough,
they’d have him up for a Section
Next on this gigantic. enperoK
loesal, ultratremendous spectacle Is
Ernie Arno. Although hex S3 years
old, he’s the only man in the world
, who puts roller skates on his hands.
cadet Pre-Technlcal Detachment i and skates upside down a raised
Field Nqt’l War
Fund Drive Lags
With one week of preparation,
Seymour Johnson Plehl’t effort In
the annual drive of the National
War Fund is lagging far below
With only 23 organisations on the
filed msklng any showli^ at all.
tbe drive has reached a total of
$4007.87 according to latest reports
to the Special Service Officer Civi
lian employees as usual, contrlb'
uted a major portion of this amount
by donating gltSOSl. The Aviatioa
U. S. Curbs Nazi Attacks in Italy;
3-Pronged Pacific Assault Pends
Bad weather curbed operations tin the east. , aih»4 leaders have been mass-
M the ItaUan _ntmt, but tbe Fifth | sharp Oerinan oounUr-attack their striking p^er In two
Army best off continuous enemy calsbrttto near ,ras
^und mud took prlMinon. ^ Im, Md prtaonm wen Uk«n.
Allied Command announced Frl
A ooe-mUe advance by U. Oen.
Mark W- Clark’s Americans of
ttie Fifth Army and the eapture
of one mori commanding feature
on the slopes of Mount camino
near Mlgnano at tbe western end
of tho Allied line were announced.
Oen. Sir Bernard L. Montgom
ery's Eighth Army engaged in
sharp patrol skirmishing near Ac-
Quavlva In tbe Central Sector and
exchanged artillery tire with 'Jte
Oermans acroas the Saogro idver
I Signs from the South Pacific
I Friday pointed toward an immi
nent assault against the Japanese
from three quarters—all aimed In
the general direction of Tokyo,
Washington said Friday.
American forces are ui tbe final
stags of preparations for a e^
ordlnated drive to slash off the
southern and richest half of tbe
enemy's conquered Empire and at
tbe same g^ new footholds for
further strides toward the Jap
areas for months. One of these
potential theaters Is the Central
Pacific, under command of Admi
ral Chester W. Nlmlts; the other
Js tbe mdU-Burma area under
Britain’s Commando expert. Ad
miral Lord Louis Mountbatten.
. _ . . i» . - -
here on the field trailed behind pl'tform doing acrobatics while the
them with $1036.07, but this amount In the audience get scared
represented a larger per capita *PiUes8. According to tbe press-
contribution any other outfit. I 'Shnt, men In AAF fields sppre-
At that but half ot tbe Cadets elate hla co-ordination, rhythm, and
have been beard from. | balance.
Officers In all organlsatkms i Two screwbaUa that clown up a
have contributed a total of 6761 uO! eeiia mna vtoUn ai
B 8. rolled uP a ^tty of $^.60 u vera too, but she Just calls
Other amounts failed to reach thes herself Dolores on the outside
proportions. j chance of being considered glam-
The purpose of the National Warjorous. Aided by goofy costumery
Fund is clear. Alr-O-Mech feels j and Dolores. Al off what are
Justified in calling your attention to described as rib-tlckllng comedy
it once more. This Is the one cause FOPtlnee. IneldentaUy, says * the
—exclusive ot War Savings Bo^s press-agent. Al’a a very fine cellist,
and Stamps — which you as sol-
diera, offlMrs, and elvillsuis. should
be more than glad to contritate
Prom this fund goes money to
the grim, kmely men who rot In
Oerman and Jap prison camps.
From this fund comes medical aid.
food, and clothing, tor the starv
ing millions to oocuj^ied nations
all over tbe world. From this fund
comes a wealth of good will and aid
1 this global
for our gallant al
From the National War Fund,
ww,,m^wmm Mmmmmumm mOnCy tO kOep tbO U.
h.iw . M..« wi ® PP®ratlng. to bring to service
their forces Into action tn coordina
tion with major operations by Oen-
eral Douglas MscArthur tn tbe
south. This would put maximum
pressure on the Japanese from,
Red Army troope pushthg west
(Continued On Pa^ Three)
shows and recreation. Tbe -Com
munity Chest gets Ms funds
from this one source.
Remember this one fact, and It
wlU guide your contributions ao-
cord^ly — EVERY WORTHY
CAUSE IN AMERICA GETS ALL
ITS MONET FROM THE NATION
AL WAR FUND.
For your information, Al halls from
New York OIW and Dolorea
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irS RETREAT... AND THE WAC DETACHMENT “SNAP TO”