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Postscript of the Apache sentinel. [volume] (Fort Huachuca, Ariz.) 1945-1946, October 19, 1945, Image 3

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19 October 1945
SiSRVICE CLUB CAFETERIA
' RE-OPENS -
* (Cont’d from Page 1 Col.l)
in the" Golden Gate City."
He also attended the PX
officers school at Prince
ton University and upon
completing this course, he
made a tour of exchanges
in the Ninth Service Com
mand as an auditor. He lias
served as PX officer in
Camp Beale, Presidio and
Camp Santa Apita.
Working in conjunction
with the Post Exchange
will be MrSf Mary Carter,
senior hostess at the Ser
vice Club. Mrs. Carter who
„ is well known and loved by
all troops ever stationed
here, for her ability to
* create a home-like atmos
phere will be on hand to
do her part as in the past.
During her stay at the
Club, she has been respon
sible for numerous delight
ful hours of unrationed
fun. As in the past she
will continue to present
super entertainment pre
grams which is important
to the servicemen’s morale,
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k’s issue of POST-SCRIPT,
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Branch will have regular
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POSTSCRIPT OF THE APACHE SENTINEL
Civilian Personnel Branch .
has been appointed as the
Public Relations officer
for his branch.
Mr. Holton will select
reporters from the Post
Engineers,Ordnance, Quart
ermaster, Station Hospital
and his office to contri
bute to this news service
regularly. Also on this
page will be newß of in
terest to discharged vet
erans, current civil ser
vice openings, pertinent
information about civilian
personnel proceedings and
a question and answer de
partment.
This is an appeal to the
civilians so cooperate in
making your page one of
the most interesting in
the paper.
- EDITOR -
At 25 miles an hour,
I am but a stranger here.
At 45 miles: "Heaven is
lw home,"
At 55 miles: "Nearer my
God to Thee."
At 65 miles: 1 am near
ing the Fort and will soon
be at home.
At 75 ftdles: When the
ROLL is called up yonder -
I will be there,
85: 3GRD - I am Coming
Home.
* Mrs. KITTY GREEN
Page 3
ARMY OF 1,950,000 FORECAST
FOR 1946 -
WASHINGTON (CNS) - An Army -
of 1,950,000 by June 30,
1946, 550,000 lower than
the last previous estimate
of the Army’s size, was
provided for in President
Truman’s proposed War Dep
artment appropriation. Co
ngress will act on this re
commendation, The Presi
dent asked the legislative
body to cut appropriations
by $28,C00,000,000.
Two days later, Secret
ary of War Patterson, in
his first news conference
in that position, promised
that even further cuts
would be made "if future
events permit," Os 8,300,
000 in khaki on VE Day,
7,000,000 will be dis
charged by mid-1940, and
another .320,000 would be
in the pipeline from over
seas to separation centers.
This plan depends, on the- 1
continuance of the draft.
■ N-0-T-1-C-E
"The Cafeteria .in Ser
vice Club No.l will reopen
on Thursday,2s October, at
which time the Knoxville
Cafeteria will be closed.
Lunches will be served at
1130 and dinners at 1730,
Fountain service and sand
wiches will be available
in the evening."
EXCHANGE OFFICER

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