ARMED FORCES: Run for the -Hills, Boys

Two months ago, the Marines called up its reserve 236th Fighter Squadron. The officers and men, most of whom lived in Denver, were told they had until Nov. 13 to wind up their civilian affairs. Warrant Officer John V. Cox sold his house, quit his job. Lieut. Jay Gardner sold his furniture, sent his wife and children off to live with his parents in Topeka. Lieut. William Matthews trained a man to take his civilian job and stood by. So did the rest of the 152 reservists in the 236th Fighter Squadron. Last week a second notice came through:...

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