National Affairs: The Word

Two Army generals who had been suspended from duty since they bobbed up in the Senate's investigation of five-percenters (TIME, Aug. 22 et seq.) got the word from on high last week. Major General Herman Feldman was reprimanded for passing out information on Government purchasing plans, but restored to duty as the Army's Quartermaster General. Major General Alden H. Waitt, 56, who had tried to wangle a second term as chief of the Chemical Corps by running down all his potential rivals, was sacked: he went into retirement on a $6,600-a-year pension.


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