|Article from Far East Club Activities about the MAAG Officers Club and U.S. Army Captain Jerry Feldmann.|
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|Paul Kuo was a Taiwan artist who frequently drew cartoons under the heading "Formosan Vignette" for the China Post Newspaper. This one depicts Jerry and Elizabeth Feldmann and their four children departing Taipei.|
She continued, "We used to go to Sun Moon Lake with a picnic lunch, haul all the kids and our amah and get rowed around the lake for a few hours. I remember going roller skating at a park not far from the river. We had three of the children with us and we gathered quite a crowd watching us. (I think they were waiting for my husband or myself to fall down.) Thank goodness we didn't!
I remember going down-island to a glass blowing factory. The bus was so old and rickety I wondered if we would make it back. I found out what happened to all of our old coke and beer bottles. Very young children were blowing them into big round green and brown balls that were used with the fishing nets. All of us women had to buy some of these so the bus was really overloaded on the way back!
There very few cars, but boy did they blow their horns...and just race all over! I never drove over there; I was too scared! I felt much safer in a pedicab!
We were never robbed, but the Provost Marshall who lived across the walk from us was -- his name was Capt. George -- so we hired guards and never had a problem."