Army & Navy - Halo Wawa

When a certain troop transport left Seattle some time ago, three of the crew were caught after they had slipped ashore to make forbidden last-minute telephone calls. Checking up, military intelligence officers called the same numbers, to find out what information had been spilled. They found plenty.

Posing as cigaret-company representatives, they said they wanted to send each man a carton as a gift. A wife, a mother, and a girl friend quickly supplied the information that their men had just sailed on a transport. One woman cheerily volunteered its destination.

To choke off such loose talk Seattle last week opened a...

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