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Camp Abbot, Ore., June 10, 1944
A BBO T EN G IN EER
GIs Speak Other ¡ ¡ S S t w S
Tongues to Make
The first dance to be held in
the Bend USO since its renova
tion is scheduled for 8 p.m. to
night with music by S Sgt. Jack
I Hayes’ Camp Abbot dance band.
Bell Frey, director, and Mrs.
Eleanor Crawford, associate di
rector, announced a new floor
will await the dancers, and urg
ed all Bend junior hostesses to
attend the party.
Nation to Honor
Flag Next Week
Plans for the observance of
Flag Day at Camp Abbot on
June 14 were left indefinite fir's
Camp Abbot personnel who
week because of the press of ac
eventually go o v e r s e a s may
tivities sprjnging from theCamp.
switch on a radio in Burrtia,
Abbot-to-Fort Lewis movement.
Thailand, Formosa, or s o m e
The President’s proclamation,
other southeastern Asia or Pa
directing officials of the federal
cific island theater of war in the
government and requesting offl-
D istrib u ted fre e to c a m p psrnonneL S u b sc rip tio n r a te to p u blic, by m a il: 60
not distant future and hear their
c e n ts fo r th re e m o n th s ; s ix m o n th s, 91.00 ; one yea r, $1.60.
| dais cf state and local govern-
own voices. Merton H. Bories
j ments to display the colors on
and staff of the Office of War
all public buildings said in part:
Information visited the Public
“It is not necessary to recite
Relations Office Sunday and
that the stars and stripes oi our
made speech transcriptions with
flag symbolize the patriotic and
the aid of linguists familiar with
First Sgt. Howard L. Abbott, loyal unity of 135 million people
Entertainment On and Off the*Post for the Coming Week
Burmese, Filipino, Chinese, and
former Los Angeles vocalist in a widely diversified land. Nor
Those who assisted the OWI who recently returned from 19 is it necessary to dwell on the
Service Club—Open House.
were Pvt. Solomon L. Birulin of months in the Aleutians with struggles through which we
Bend USO—Bingo, 8 p.m.
Casual Company: Pvt. Frank C. an Engineer headquarters and have marched, under that flag,
Caindec, Service Company; Pvt. service company and is now in to our present great part in the
Service Club- Open House; Movies, 8:30 p.m.
Solomon E. Vigi. Supplemental Casual Company awaiting re world’s affairs. What we are,
Bend USO—“Breakfast is served,” 10 a.m. Open house and re Company, and Pvt. Leon I. assignment, turned thespian
and what we do, speak of those
freshments all day.
Wong of Company B, 54th bat Wednesday night to take part in things far more eloquently than
Cuest House—Classical Recordings, 7:30 p.m.
talion, who expects eventually the weekly radio show broad- j any weirds.
to be assigned to intelligence cast over KBND under the title,. “Ours is a flag of battles. On
Service Club—Classified Hour, 8:30 p.m.
I “Camp Abbot on Parade.
Guest House—Classical Music Hour, 7:30 p.m.
the ships of our Navy, in the van
Cpl. Armand Ranaud of Sup The production, written by guard of our soldiers and ma
plemental Company, who has Sgt. Curt Foreman of the pub- rines, it is carrying liberation
Service Club—Bingo Night, 8:30 p.m.
assisted in the language depart I lie relations office, was a drama and succor into stricken lands.
ments at the University of Mich tization of a North African war It is carrying our message of
Service Club—Dance, 8:30 p.m.
igan and at W ayr. University in episode in which Pvt. George T ., promise and freedom into all
Radio Program, KBND—“Camp Abbot on Parade,” 8 to 8:15 p.m.
Detroit coachcu a number of the Link of Service Company had corners oi the world.”
i participated. Sergeant Abbott j
Des Moines (CNS)—Miss Jes participants.
Vicious Racket Brought
played the part of Mike, an
to Light By Kate Smith
, American soldier w ho, caught in Here's Your new address;
ent of Public Instruction, has
Kate Smith, the radio star, re asked teachers to quit singing
j heavy crossfire, shared a single Tell Your Correspondents
vealed this week that racketeers "The Beer B a r r e l Polka” at
I foxhole with two b u d d i e s ,
GI’s planning to leave ior Fort
; "Egypt” and Link, played by Lewis were instructed this week
have been sending letters to school assemblies. “It isn’t ex
In warning dependents of sol- Cpl. Harold F. Smith and Cpl.
families of war heroes, offering actly the proper song for chil
to inform all correspondents
j diers to notify both the Office Sol Finifter, respectively,
them a copy of the citations won dren.” She said.
prior to departure that the new
by their sons, for the sum of
j Jack Hayes’ Camp Abbot or address will be:
Wilton, Conn. (CNS)—Small i cal postmasters of a change of chestra played “Blue Lou” and
ten dollars. Kate said it is not
Pvt. John Doe, 182B44
necessary to go to an expense boys in Wilton have become so address, ODB authorities point “Dark Eyes” on the same pro - 1 Co. (A, B or C) ....Engr. Tng.
to obtain these copies, as the steamed up about the town's
50,000 checks are returned to the
government has them available. waste paper drive that they are
IPs your life, soldier—IN
“How unfortunate,” the star collecting bundles of Sunday cannot be located. Every com
ASF Training Center
concluded, “that there are op papers dropped by delivery hoys munication sent to the ODB SURE IT!
North Fort Lewis, Wash.
portunists who believe they can on local doorsteps on Saturday should c o n t a i n the soldier’s
capitalize on the misfortune and nights.
name and serial number to avoid
war hazards of others. It is our
delay, they said.
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Job to see that these people are
More than 4,500,000 changes
apprehended and not encour Alexander Stewart made sure of status have been received and
TO N IG H T
that there would be no slip-up in
the marriage of their daughter, processed by the ODB to date.
Elizabeth, to Ens. Roy Roberts. These changes include marriage,
Hit No. 1
Hit No. 2
Pass The ENGINEER To An Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, both or birth, death, divorce, change in
other Abbotman—He’ll Appreci dained ministers, performed the
NEW FACES! NEW F U N ! ^
dress, and in case of children or
NEW SONGS J
minor brothers and sisters, the
celebration of their 18th birth
day, making them no longer
eligible for family allowance
payments. A q u a r t e r million
changes in status involved the
addition of a child to the family. .
O fficial ca m p n ew sp ap er, published w eekly in th e in te re s ts o f th e p erso n n el
o f C am p A bbot, O regon, u n d er su p erv isio n of th e P ublic R elatio n s O fficer. Newt
m a tte r p e rta in in g to C am p A bbot is fu rn is h e d by th e P u b lic R elatio n s b ra n c h and
is av a ilab le fo r g e n e ra l release.
W ritte n c o n trib u tio n s, a r t w ork a n d photograph® a re solicited an d should be
directed to th e P u b lic R elatio n s B xanch. P o e t H dqs. A n n ex , B ldg. 202. Telephone
T he A B B O T E N G IN E E R receives m a te ria l supplied by C am p N ew sp ap er
S ervice, W a r D ep 't., 206 E. 42od S t., N ew Y ork, N . Y. C redited m a te ria l m ay not
be republished w ith o u t p erm isió n o f C am p N ew sp a p er Service.
In Radio Show
Abbot ’n Around
To Act Promptly
CAMP ABBOT THEATRE PROGRAM
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S Sgt. Roy L. Rider, athletic
j director for the sports depart-
•ment of the S p e c i a l Service
branch when Camp Abbot was
activated, left Wednesday to
Join a Medical unit at Camp
Athletic director at Fort Leon
ard Wood, Mo., Rider came to
Camp Abbot with other mem
bers of the cadre in May, 1943,
and served under Lt. P. H.
O’Brien, the post's first Special
Sendee officer, for s e v e r a l
months before transferring to
the Medical Detachment here.
CHOICE ■ 1 it
CO LU M BIA PICTURE
SUNDAY — M ONDAY
J A C K C A R SO N — JA N E W YM AN
MAKE YOUR OWN BED IV
Meet Corporal Papert;
She's a Nice Gal
Our “WAC of the w e e k.” ,
whom, because of certain cir
cumstances. we must present
without benefit of photograph.
Is Cpl. Ethel Papert, who greets
! employees and visitors in the
post headquarters outer office ,
| with a never failing smile.
Corporal Papert «— ‘sted in
| New York City nearly a year and
| a half ago, and now wears a
' good conduct ribbon and the rib-
[ bon of the W. A. A. C. Before I
; coming to Camp Abbot, shej
i served for 13 months as an as-
_______ ____ 1 sistant to the director of mili-!
_____. . _ tary training and post morale
* ' officer at
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