Archive for February, 2014

  • Humour Hunt

    February 27, 2014 by Legion Magazine
    An old joke from Legion Magazine’s precursor, The Legionary, tells of an old war veteran returned to his home town for a banquet given by his army buddies. He expected them to talk over old times, but one talked incessantly about his bad liver, another...
  • Humour Hunt

    February 25, 2014 by Legion Magazine
    Mac Ruttan of Ottawa tells us the following appeared in the personal column of Navy News, the Royal Navy’s monthly publication.  “Lonely Lady (44) divorced, lost and adrift, needs capable unattached skipper to take her in tow.  Reply Box...
  • Humour Hunt

    February 20, 2014 by Legion Magazine
    B.E. Smith of London, Ont., submitted a story from his navy days: His captain found defaulters pretty monotonous. So, to add some zest to the proceedings, he announced he would dismiss any case with a truly original excuse–the rest might better plead guilty.  One morning,...
  • The Wedding Cake

    February 18, 2014 by Legion Magazine
    Published in Legion Magazine, February 1964 By Joy Smith Exclusive Audio Version:    Many young people today probably have never heard the word “rationing,” but back in the “old days” of 1943 it had a very real meaning, particularly to those of us who were...
  • Humour Hunt

    February 18, 2014 by Legion Magazine
    Mac Ruttan of Ottawa tells us of a Captain Jonathan Pearce of the Royal Artillery who was serving in the garrison at Gilbraltar. He was accidently shot and killed by his batman who was subsequently exonerated of all blame by a court of inquiry. The...
  • God Knows

    February 11, 2014 by Legion Magazine
    Published in Legion Magazine, November 1984 By Rosemary Hutchinson Exclusive Audio Version:   The year of our war 1944 finds me and my friend Charlie still driving cars in the RCAF, but Ottawa has lifted us out of Newfoundland and plunked us on a Yorkshire...
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