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: APACHE SENTINEL
V 01.3 N 0.5 1922 SON, Station Complement, Ft. Kuachuca, Arizona Friday 23 Nov 19A5 • Q^amixAGWurUj Yesterday we celebrated the 81st off icial Thanksgiving. Even though this holiday has been celebrated for 345 ye ar s, it was only made an official holi day by a Presidential Proclamation in 1864, by Abraham Lincoln. This marked the celebration of our first peace-time Turkey Pay since 1941, The following years were shadowed by the horrors of a world war. It was tru ly a day of thanks, for we are on our way to the normal ways of life. Even though we are grateful for peace, there are certain things, for which we aren't thankful, namely (l) we are not thank ful for the growing unrest of the coun try; (2) for the strife between labor and management; (3) for the inadequate •health facilities for the masses of the people in the most enlightened cy in the world; (4) for the high rate of deaths due to aut"mobile accidents since returning to the peaceful ways of life. Yet, we are thankful for the Livine ( guidance of God who looks down upon us, a faltering people, who struggle to re turn to our natural way of life. MAY WE MOT ERR 7, TOC MUCH l Jit , p As ter. Tos/- (ibffLut iiUUr I Former 2nd Lt Solana V. Cummings, who served as a medical dietitian at Camp Livingston, Lt., has joined the Britton G. McKenzie Post 150 at Tuskegee, Ala., and Alabama Legionnaires wonders if she is not the first Negro woman veteran become a member of the American Legion. Mi S 3 Cummings was graduated from Tus kegee Institute with a B. S. degree in , commercial dietitics in 194°, was apir inted as staff dietitian at Camp Livin gston in 1941 as a Civil Service apuoi tee, and was commissioned in 1943. PO^TSCKOPT OF THE New Bus Schedule Imhugi'rjvtfd - * Monday, November 19, marked the begin ning of the hourly bus schedules which the post and New Cantonment areal. These busses run on the hour, every hour and make stops at the following places; Service and Supply Bldg, Post Hq., Station Hosmtal, Separation Point VAC area, Pe st Froperty ©ffice, ASF area and iroturn to the Old Post. further information concerning these schedules and times, consult Dai ly Bulletin N 0,76, this headquarters, dated 16 November, 1945. These schedules run Monday to Satur day inclusive, beginning at 8:00 A. M. and ending at's: oo P. M. jVSC CbwmNVEu to ¥/bi j Major General William E. Shedd, com manding general of the Ninth Service Command* will arrive Saturday to make a brief inspection tour of the installa tion. Gen. Shedd will be accompanied by his ai’e, Major F. V, Ralls, Jr, While here Gen Shedd will confer with the r.ost commander, Col. Charles R, Smi th and will leave the Post at Monda'y rron. Av;v / f/uU/J'tL'rt- ( 'AZ/fet- W •; ■' £P'C l l U. X/4/tAYA -""■ HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (ALNS)- Bill Maul din, famous G. I, cartoonist, creator of "Willie and Joe" and author of the best seller "Up Front With Mauldin", has filed a divorce suit against his wife, whom he charges with having been unfaithful. Ke asked custody of his 2- year-tld sen, Bruce, born while he was campaigning in Italy.