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Friday, June 11,1943
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A B B O T E N G IN E E R i K j f ,
The" Wolf <
(Continued from rage One)
Minn., and Mix (Wellington A.),
Joseph M. Held, son of Anna S.
Held of New York. Two “Mr.
Deeds” came to Abbot as pri
We have a Day, Harold R., as
well as New-Day, Walter L. and
William A. Friday.
Probably the shortest full
name registered is T/5 -loe Bon
«ho hails from Aliquippa, Pa.
In the “C’s,” we meet T/5
Chong Chin, T 5 John Christ,
Jr., Harold B. Collar, who’s got
a girl in his home to« n of Kala
mazoo, zoo, Mich. He might en
Camp Abbot’s newly-organiz
list Sg t . Bernard Caress and
ed baseball team «ill play its
Pfc Ark. W. Woo, with fhe aid of
first game ill Central Oregon
Love, Lovette, Loveless and
League competition when it
Loveland if he needs a HELP
meets the Bend Elks team on
the Bend diamond at 1430 Sun
If there’s no .jeep available,
maybe Ford or Hudson would
The camp roster boasts sever
■ g do. Present at reveille is I.aur-
al former professional and semi-
ip cnee R. Good, anti why couldn’t
professional players. Cpl. Roy. H
Mary’s middle initial have been
Heres a good book—if you care for women!"
I.. Rider, team manager, declined
i n s t e a d Of J? . . .
to announce a team lineup but
If you need some exclama-1
said Sgt. Augusto Zande, Cpl.
tions, stretch your imagination
.1. A. Oglesby, Pvt. Glen Kern or
to Maurice A. GEE; T/5 Andrew
Cpl. William Mullis will occupy
G. (Oh) Hoh, or Private Sosa
the mound and Cpl. George Con-
(So-so) to you! So it’s not good!
way, Sgt. Alexander Orloff or
Wonder if Norman R. Kay of
Sgt. Attilio Pizzi will catch.
B Chicago is any relative of Her-
Zande formerly hurled for the
■ bie’s. Or if William Silva of
Plans for furnishing six bar
Tuo shifts of mechanics,
Washington Senator farm system
I Alvarado, Calif., and Manuel Sil-
in Charlotte, N. C., and Cpl. Og
B va of Petaluma, Calif., k n o w racks day rooms, a room for working around the clock, are
members of the WAAC Det. busily engaged in installing n< vv
lesby won ten games and lost
none as hurler for a Knoxville, READY FOR ACTION—Taking
Cpl. John Jr., Laughe(a)d and SCU 1973, and a hospital sun motors in trucks at the Camp
Tenn., club.. Conway was catch- healthy pokes at the horseliide laughed ’c a u s e he was from room at Camp Abbot were dis- Abbot motor pool.
The trucks have seen service
: cussed by Mr. Ben Hamilton,
er in the Pennsylvania League J* t , l d business to I.t. Albert 1. ¿ ladwvne pa
chairman of the Deschutes on the Alcan highway in Alaska
,<,v. ot V'*
. t . batted
. .. last year.
Tjo-prs ex now
are r r more Johnsons at county camp and hospital com and many shov signs oi rugged
Listed for infiekl positions are l r^ k e at 'the' axi s "(ENG IN EE R Abbot than there are Jones—
Cpl. Anthony Popovich, Lt. Jo-
at tne aws. (
m b 18
1 C In IQ
w n *» s u m
2S mittee of the American R ed wear in the northern climes t>e-
to 13, 14
fore they are reconditioned by
soph Norris. Lt. Donald Hanson, photo by
lM ' Hahn )
Smiths (three of them Wanes). Cross in Bend last week. These mechanics
Motors are re
Cpl. Frank Capasso, Pvt. Arthur
There are two Robert E. Evans rooms, which the committee is moved and here.
replaced by new mo
Shevrin, Cpl. Albert Pochek and A h h r s F \A/ A A C ' C
—one of Newark, N. J., the other attempting to furnish immedi tors sent from
ately, are only part of those
PbgBtlcrbert Seid. Outfield po- r ' u u u ' y v
from Los Nietos. Calif.
s i ^ B will be filled by Cpl.
Also wonder if the two Sgt. «’hich will be furnished at the
The reconditioning of trucks
Francis Ward, Sgt. William A.
Ryans—Vincent G. and Lawr camp by residents of Bend and is part of the Army conservation
Fritzpatrick, Lt. John Wain-
ence T. e v e r get mixed up. other nearby communities, Mr. program to salvage wherever
wright and Lt. Albert Willis,
Which one IS the tall, handcome Hamilton said.
Empty dayrooms were in possible motor vehicles that ->r-
Twenty-five Camp A h b o t blonde, girls?
dinarly would be consigned 1o
The game will be the first for WAACs made plenty “wacket”
Haven’t run across him, but spected by Mr. Hamilton and the junk pile.
the Camp Abbot team, while the last night at the Bend Bowling understand there’s a CRANK Frank Dunning, American Red
The exact number of new mo
Elks have a 14-5 win over Klam Alleys.
in our midst—George W. We Cross field director, and Lts. P. tors replaced is not revealed, - x-
ath Falls, another league
t , conten-
, WAAC maple - way artists have a Wiseman, Wise and Wis- H. O’Brien and Wayne B. Leitzell eept than approximate 25 trucks
m 'ilf burned up the alleys and today, dom on t h e intellectual side. of the Special Service Office last are on the line for repairs at
to.er\ scores are being computed for a There is one P i n e and three week. Dimensions of the rooms all times, according to Tech.
Oregon loon 3m
,he Central bowling tournament to start Woods to feel at home among are approxixmately 20 feet by Sgt. Bill Anthony.
our stately pines.
In the WAAC group are sev-
jf this doesn’t make sense— If the committee can furnish
eral well-known bowlers who maybe it’s a RIDDLE—we have about 300 yards of cloth for June 14 Marks Training
have received recognition on civ- one_ And on and on, through window draperies, members of Start for 52nd Unit •
ilian teams, in pre-WAAC days. such tongue-twisters as Louis the WAAC section will make the
With nucleus of recruits on
1st Lt. Stephanie Podzunas pjanforinia; Stanley J. Pryzhy- curtains, Lt. O'Brien, director, hand, the 52nd Engr. Tng. Bn.
and Lt. Patricia Elwell and the lowski> Edgar P. Quackenbush, special service branch, said. Each will
begin training June 14 as
Camb Abbot baseball teams following WAACs attended the Benjamin Fedczyszyn, Issie Sch- room has approximately 20
the second activated battalion at
took on added color this week preliminary bowling meet: Cpl. worzenberger, Christopher W. 1 windows.
with the arrival of 15 new uni- Dorothy Tugwell, Cpl. Mary L. TsacoUmangos, down to the last
Letters requesting cooperation Camp Abbot, it was announced
f o A purchased Irom funds Moscatella, Afc. Marjorie Leder- man on the Hst—Herman Zsche- in the drive for furnishings have by Major Lawrence J. Full t ,
pri^red by the Percy A. Stevens er, Antonina Bonce, Pauline rnjscj1
been sent out by the committee commanding officer.
The 51st completed their sec
Post of the American Legion In Tobias, Mary Conway Jeannette
all at Camp Abbot— to residents of La pine, Sheviin ond
week of training, faring sue
Bend. A supplemental order for Anderson, Florence Vandergnff th jr J d o g .t a g S afford ample and Gilchrist, Mr. Hamilton cessfuHy
on rifle marksmanship
nine more uniforms will be and Lots Smith; Aux. Mary
ranges, close order drill, milita.-y
placed soon, the Special Service Scheeler, Benny Sellers, Eliza- "
courtesy anri trying out the rug
beth Seward, Fern Sheppard,
ged obstacle course.
CAPT. ANGELL TO S-4
Drop the Post— They're
Uniforms are white with red Rose C. Schneller, Sarah Stod-
Each battalion will conduct
a change in the officer per-
trimming, displaying the colors dard, Mildred Lindwell, Ruth
Tagged as Exchanges
progress tests on Saturday to
of the Corps of Engineers Steen, Elizabeth Heble, Betty SOnnel of the 12th Gp. occurred
Camp Abbot's alphabetical list determine aptitude of trainee- in
Across the shirt in red letters is Erickson, Gladys Gilbert, Kath- recently when Maj. James E. was
today by CAE— lessons learned during the we- k.
"Camp Abbot.” White caps with leen Rogers, Gaye Trout, Lois Campbell advanced to the post which enhanced
stands for ; “Camp Abbot The 51st also took their turn,
a red castle, symbol of the corps, i Holmes, Ruth Strawn and Ceci- 0f Assistant Executive officer Exchanges.”
for the first time, as guardsmen
and red and white socks have Ha Vlasak.
and capt. Austin W. Angell, Jr.,
Under the existant set-up of) around their area over the week
been ordered and are expected to i Teams will be organized from appointed new S-4 chief. Capt. ficials
in charge favor terming end. Two platoons composed he
fbe various branches where Ab- Angell was formerly executive the various
units as Exchanges, guard.
hot WAACs are stationed. An officer of the 56th Bn.
Specialized training also got
rather than Post Exchanges.
interesting match will be be-
_______ __________ .
Three new units opened dur under way in C 54 with instruc
W A A C k e rs Oppose ERTC tween the WAAC Truckers
ing the week, the largest being tion devoted to physical training,
“PETE” GOES TO SCHOOL
B ___i . i
against the WAAC Medics or
Band in June 15 Game
Sgt. Russell D. Peterson, Ml’ in Station hospital, where an en education, care of equipment,
Hq. team bowling against the
infantry drill and other
Softball will turn another warehouse crew.
branch, SCU 1973, who earned tire wing is devoted to sale oi hygiene,
corner in its winding and hectic
hash-marks in the Field Artil goods, fountain drinks and sun subjects.
course next Tuesday night when
lery and Air Corps, has been se dries.
CAE was also opened in build
members of the ERTC band, sev
lected to attend the STAR unit
eral of whom don’t know a base
ing 1257 on Group avenue, near
at the University of Idaho.
ball from an overripe avocado,
54th street. Another CAE was
vie with representatives from
opened in building 1257 on
the WAAC section here.
Group avenue for 52nd Bn. tier-
Established basically for “sick
sonnel only. Hours at all CAEs
Bandsmen will handicap them- ' cau” two infirmaries are in
will be 1500 to 2200 daily.
selves by playing left handed, operation at Camp Abbot, in ad-
The game will begin at 1900 in dition t0 Post station hospital
a suitable spot east oi Fourth for receiving and treating train-
avenue near Center street. G. I. ees and non-coms from the 11th
betting commissioners _ h a v e and 12th Groups,
made the WAACs 8 to 5 favor-
Where hospitalization is neces-
T 5. I,*«»»* V Khodec. H-.'»7
o a r P eriod P la n ,
sary the men are sent to the A I c m c o m r d ! in he g to
ground —h it i t h a rd a nd h it i t f a r.t l
T 5. E H o n F W e lc h . H-:»7
a te r r ific m an.
T 5. D o n a ld F . I im trr . ( -¿6
receiving office at Station hos Th* work th a t th ey e x p e c t o f n t ,
Forget the mud, .tone*, or whatnot. A
pital, building 109. Lt. J. J. Tuby, ¡ft,»' we
■h- h jW
split second can easily be an eternity*
a v e ■»
a ten m in u te Hraak,
ORCHIDS TO BENDERS
P v t. E lm er V. Ru"**M. 11-57
Athletic equipment collected receiving and dispensary officer
P e t . J a y J. P ile . H-'»7
P v t. A rm ando li. D f l.a r ia . H-57
In a drive recently held in Bend *s a*so chief of the out-patien AM
m. k, n.
P v t. ( harle» V l ook. B-57
will be used by the Special Ser- department at Station hospital.
»n «nut a curae.
P v t. F u s e n e J . Hn«anir. C-54
P v t. i a rm a d o J. P e c o r a r o f C -14
Vice Office “ to ----------
group ^ — «■“ • J * ™
^ d„ wnr~-
P v t. W illia m H P rea ro ft. C.'-5i
ment purchased through army located in building
m ud n.n at t*n. they n-»u«» the ii*ht.
P v f. f ila r le « U Ziea,
P v t. E d w ard P L im a n , A -'.f
funds by Camp Abbot. Resident avenue between H and I streets,
P v t. G eorge J . W atloek, A--'*4
of Bend donated softball sup- is in charge of Capt I. is. ooine.
«.„nation i*«c much
plies, tennis and badminton
The 12th group infinnary. w.-it
P v t. F rank P eirce. J r.. H-'.7
rove, .Ir . A -57
equipment and boxing gloves.
P v t. WiIHe !.. K oedler. A -57
building 753, Third avenue off
P v t. f .i n * ood f . O x to n . A -57
DO NOT' SI iOV E your un
O r h r ’t r r «»ill j u t f » h 'p « u r I
“* «muid h* fam a.
p v t . H e**if J. G *odt*. A-57
NEED A RIDE-
Com - hat Hat?
on your helmet when not in use. h •*
P v t. Thom a* A. Kochi* A 57
WANTED: Three passengers
P v t. Jamoa II T a ? i* r. A -S i
hrr* ta fi»h* a war.
n handy place to keep them—but itwl
“Private, is everything shut S I f h ip w e'rr
P v t. Lam D R iv e r a . A-54
living in or near Carroll Acres
ua to «orne f« r a fe a ahora
reflection makes an »de tl bub »-eye fovj
P v t. M arlin J S u lliv a n . A H
to ride to camp and hack daily, up for the night?”
don t hka to »aka »hair .hid#
Contact Sgt. Leo Cooper at the
"That depends on you, Sarge. If And it's » a Mood
P v t. **id*ev Hri m h e rf A - 54
'k a t • a m a tt "had.
P v t. Jam e* !.. A lfred. B-5»
L a t'x k ill c u r a n a m ia a in a ta a d .
camp finance office.
Everything else is.”
Pitchin' for Us
Red Cross Will
Camp Day Rooms From Alcan Zones
Burn Maple Lanes
In Meet Warm-up
Arrive In Camp
Here's Where You
Go On "Sick Call"
BARS and STRIPES