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4 ?/■ U - \.py;r CF Cone fun at the C3O spl ash party at the new con torment swimming pool last week# i.t. Fatvcett, Glen Edouard, liar 7 Burwell and Hazel Brazier braved the chilly winds to represent the fair sex in the v/ater, Among those present were: Chester Grumpier, Life - guard, Raymond. Tate, Rus sel Procope, Butch Burrill, Lt. Pino, Clelie Pecot} Helen Davis,Clarene Smith, Hazel Roberts. Music and refreshments were provided by the U3O at Fry. "Jungle” Jones had a gay birthday party last Saturn day night. Most of the Post personnel stopped by at some time.during the even ing. ."Swanee" claims he’s had enough. He’s going to sac rifice that LaSalle for a Plymouth of unknown vint age. Daddy-0 ; is plenty busy nowadays.' In addition to his band and orchestra work and his shoe shine stand he is starting a kiddies class in dancing with an aim towards putting on a kiddies revue in the near future. "Better Times" have come for Babe Wallace,who coin ed the phrase. He becomes a Jodie this week. You’ll be seeing him in the mov ies soon. Congrats to the 3CU Mules baseball team which had a "Mexican Holiday"-in Santa Ana last Sunday, vdnning both ends of a doublehead er. POSTSCRIPT OF Tins «PACHE. SENTINEL c/fy <s : c£e \ When you don’t know what to do, govern yourselves by theseWgeneral rules; 1. If it moves, salute it, R, If it doesn’t move, pick it up. • y 3* If it’s to large to move, paint it. Sentry: "Who goes there?" Lieut: "Lieut. Gibson," Sentry: "I can’t let you proceed without the pass word, sir." Lieut: ""Drat. it, man, I’ve forgotten it. You Snow me well enough." Sentry: "I must have the password." Voice from the guard house: "Don’t stand there arguing all night. Shoot him. " "X shall now illustrate what I have ih mind," said 3gt. Dillard, as he erased everything from the black board. Pvt. Powell: "I’ve been trying to see you all week.! When may I have an appoint-• ment?" - - j Lt, bills onant: "Hake a . date v/ith my V/AC secretary". Pvt. Powell: "I did, sir, and we had a grand time, but I still want to see you." First little gi-rl: "Dr. Jones brought our baby." Second little girl: "We take from him, too." Landlady: "How do you like this room as a whole?" Gi's wife: "*8 a hole it’s fine, as a room not so good.” 21 September 1945 Philadelphia—A QM employe here fig .ured there would be more wear and less tear on Gl winter drawers if the -set of eyelets below the waist was eliminated Savings effected bv this simple change are estimated at $3750 per 250,000 prs of drawers. Alamogordo, N. M.—The Suggestion committee agreed it was a good idea when Pfc Robert L. Bunge suggested that the carpenter shops at the Army air field here “make some cheap, wooden stoppers so that men can wash in a Observe- 1 «ie single bowl of water instead of using •several gallons." His plan will save an estimated gallon of water a day per man. I* oh 'v£^’ "You sure all the men understand ’ about conserving water?’"