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Thursday, November 29, 2007

FROM THE FRANK CLARK COLLECTION: ANGELITO

This is Freddie Angel, of the Four Angels Acrobatic Balancing Act, doing his Juggling Act.

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Here's Freddy entertaining his fellow Servicemen!

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

For a momenet, I thought I was looking at TRUZZI -

11/29/2007 3:46 PM  
Anonymous ninette said...

Freddie Angel'
Do you remember in 1957' when you and your partner though you where going to heaven? You two where more then alive' you guys where two big ringers and also two big circus swingers!!'
you two stop the show at the Ed Sullivan and Marco Louis (director) All Amy Oscar' T.V. show; and you two walk away with the All Army Oscar in your hand' then you both became actors in the recruiting film at the Pictorial Center in Long Island;
You are now reading your orders to ship-out while standing on your partner head; But General' then president Eisenhower made sure you guys where not send to Vietnam or Thailand in any events.
Just in cas you forgot your all-around wild partner that was making you do all kinds of ways to stand on his head; 'Norbu' is the name'.
I hear those where the good old days.

12/01/2007 8:34 PM  
Anonymous Ninette said...

Just another bits on the history and question to Freddie Angel' from a well know source to me;
Do you still have the 3rd Army contest winning prize trophy' "A leather suitcase" at Forth- Benning, Giorgia? Your partner still has his.

12/02/2007 2:40 PM  
Anonymous Ninette. said...

My mistake; They where to be ship-out to Korea' not Vietnam.

12/04/2007 12:52 PM  

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