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JjT&& 0 cam ©r3 gs ©i® (if isTnJm V 01.3 No.ll 1922 SCU, Station Complement, Ft. Huaohuca, Arizona Friday 4 Jan 1946 LAST ISSUE- With this issue the POSTSCRIPT OP TFJE APACHE SENTINEL ceases publication, The editorial staff wishes to express its appreciation to all those who helped so willingly in what we hope was a success. POSTSCRIPT was innauguarated when the personnel of' the post siminished so that the publication of the APaCHE SEN TINEL was too heavy a burden for so few people. We have tried faithfully to give our readers a clear concise report of all pertinent affairs in our little mimeographed sheet and vve hope that we may be able to serve you in the same capacity in the near future. It is plan ned to have a daily news page published by our staff for Huachuca*s personnel. WATCH FOR IT 111 CP"J- Ending months of delay, Congress re cently completed final action on a greatly 'liberalized version ol the Gl* Bill of Rights which eases restrictions on loans, increases the maximum guaran ty from S2OOO to S4OOO on farm or home realty, and offers a government paid for education to all but dishonorably discharged veterans of World War 11. Some of the changes in the revised GI Bill will: 1. Remove the requirement that veter ans show their education was interrupted by service and provide approved educa tion for training for a period of one year, plus the time spent in service, not to exceed a total of four years, for all veterans, regardless of age, (Continued on Page 2 Column 1) 'POSTSCRIPT CP WE JijacHtfca Wati'Ki in Him ■ * f ) The Fort Huachuca High Schoof basket ball five got off to a good start in their seasons opener at the Field House last Sunday. The fortmen took a tough hard-fought game from the Tombstone High School basketballers to the tune of a 23-19 score. Sparked by the IJ -igh scoring of Willie Williams, Huachuca forward, the local boys were leading 16-8 at halftime. The Tombstone boys, always in the fight, managed to work up to a momentary lead before Huachuca fought on to the final victory. The Hua chuca team, captained by Freddie Mc knight, has a strenous schedule arrang ed for them. Fans are invited to attend these games and root for their favorite teams. The Fort Huachuca High School basketball team is coached by Pvt. Lut her Moore of the Post Special Services Division. Taking part for the home team in the Sunday.evening affray were: Fred die Mcknight, forward, Capt. $ Willie Williams, forward; John Gathings,guard; Duerne Hardwick, guard; David Mann, cen ter; with Mario Mann and Rudolph Hayes substituting at guard and center respec tively. , < . '/uua (z hfi/uc/z"' Mr. Quincev Howard Tatum and Ist Lt. Consuoio Bland were married at a quiet ceremony at St. ijndrews Church in Tuc son at 3:00 ?. M. on December 24th of 19*5, by Father Duggan. The Tatums plan to make their home in San Francisco where Mr. Tatum has accepted a position with the V- terans f Administration. He received his B. S. Degree in Science from Texas College at Tyler, Texas. Mrs. Tatum, an accomplished pianist, is from Keokuk, lowa. Before joining' thw Women *s Array Corps, shw was a school teacher.