Marks Retirement ol
Gen. Wade Haislip
About 1,400 marching troops,
tanks and artillery units passed in
review before Gen. Wade H. Hais
lip as he retired late yesterday,
after more than 43 years of serv
Gen. Haislip, who becomes gov
ernor of the Soldiers’ Home today,
took the salute with Gen. Lawcon
Collins, Army Chief of Staff, at
the formal review in his honor at
The ceremonies opened With the
firing of a 17-gun salute for Gen.
Haislip, who commanded the 15th
Corps in its wartime drive through
Europe. Then, led by the Army
Band, troops passed the reviewing
stand, which was occupied by the
two generals and distinguished
guests, including ambassadors,
legislators and military officials.
Jet Fighters Overhead.
The review was composed of
two battalions from the Third
Infantry Division, Gen. Haislip's
personal flag detail, two batteries
of anti-aircraft artillery from the
710th AAA Gun Battailon, Fort
Myer, and two platoons of me
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The Army Band also played the
four ruffles and “The General’s
A squadron of Air Force jet
fighters flew overhead as the
troops marched in review. Dur
ing the formal ceremonies, orders
authorizing Gen. Haislip's retire
ment were read. They stated in
“He has served h.s country long
and well. His performance of
duty has brought great credit and
honor to himself and his country.
The Department of the Army
wishes him happiness in h... well
earned and deserved retirement.”
Those attending the review in
cluded Army Secretary and Mrs.
Pace, Senator Bridges, Republi
can, of New Hampshire, and Mrs.
Bridges; Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Hais
lip, Deputy Secretai.' of : efense
Robert A. Lovett, and Mrs. Lovett;
Assistant Secretary of the Army
Karl R. Bendetsen; Secretary of
the Navy Kimball, and Mrs Kim
ball; former Navy Secretary Fran
cis P. Matthews, new ambassador
to Ireland, and Mrs. Matthews;
Secretary of the Air Force Fin
letter and Mrs. Finletter; Under
secretary of the Army A. S. Alex
ander and Mrs. Alexander; Lt.
Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther, of the;
Office of the Army Chief of Staff,!
and Lt. Gen. John E. Hull, uf that
office, and Mrs. Hull.
The ceremonies were followed;
by a reception at the Fort McNaif i
quarters of Gen. Collins.
• Farewell Call on Truman.
Before the review, Gen. Haislip
paid a farewell call on President
Truman at the White House.
The four-star general, a 1912
West Point graduate, served with
distinction in major' actions of
both world wars. In the last war.
his 15th Corps participated in
major breakthroughs from the D
Day landing beachhead, and raced
combat, the 15th Corps covered
On returning to America in
August, 1945, Gen. Haislip was
named successively president of
the Personnel Board of the Secre
tary of War, senior member of
the Chief of Staff advisory group,
special assistant to the Chief of
Staff and Deputy Chief of Staff-,
He was named Army Vice Chief
on October 1, 1949. Gen. Haislip
holds numerous high decorations.
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which dispenses with a clerk’s
time-killing penmanship, will go
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2:30 p.m. at the Capital Airlines
desk at Washington National
J. H. Carmichael,1 president, and
Robert P. Wright, assistant treas
urer of Capital Airlines, got the
inspiration for the ticket seller
when they went to the movies
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