MEN AT WAR: High Points

Technical Sergeant Stanley C. Farr of North Hoosick, N.Y., Ninth Air Force bombardier, headed home from Europe last week, wondering whether he would be discharged from the Army. In service since April 1941, a veteran of the campaigns in Africa, Sicily, Italy, Normandy, northern France and Germany, he had flown 160 combat missions, earning 32 awards and seven battle stars. His record adds up to 267 discharge points, highest thus far discovered in the European Theater and more than enough to get three men out of the Army. But Sergeant Farr, unmarried and a specialist whose services may still...

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