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Key, John R., Officer in Charge; Cousins, Stanley E., Editor; Brown, Leslie, Managing Editor. Rotate Review, October 15, 1945 - Page 1. October 15, 1945. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 12, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2014_006/item/179/show/164.

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Key, John R., Officer in Charge; Cousins, Stanley E., Editor; Brown, Leslie, Managing Editor. (October 15, 1945). Rotate Review, October 15, 1945 - Page 1. Mary F. Lopez Papers. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2014_006/item/179/show/164

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Title Rotate Review, October 15, 1945
Creator (Local)
  • Key, John R., Officer in Charge
  • Cousins, Stanley E., Editor
  • Brown, Leslie, Managing Editor
Contributor (Local)
  • Ingalls, Gerry, Staff Writer
  • Hendrick, Cliff, Staff Writer
  • Simone, John L., Artist
  • Griffith, James R., Photographer
Date October 15, 1945
Description A weekly newsletter devoted to the interests of the men of the 142d, Volume 3, No. 1.
Donor Mary F. Lopez
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Civil rights movements
  • Mexican Americans
  • Newsletters
Subject.Name (Local)
  • Lopez, Mary F.
  • Lopez, Jose R.
Subject.Geographic (TGN)
  • Houston, Texas
Genre (AAT)
  • newsletters
Language English
Type (DCMI)
  • Text
Original Item Location ID 2014-006, Box 1, Folder 10
Original Collection Mary F. Lopez Papers
Original Collection URL http://archon.lib.uh.edu/index.php?p=collections/controlcard&id=548
Digital Collection Mary F. Lopez Papers
Digital Collection URL http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2014_006
Repository Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries
Repository URL http://info.lib.uh.edu/about/campus-libraries-collections/special-collections
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Transcript HBHBV -"-■■:.'•■■-■ ■: . . • gag■,■. sSwr: ' - -- -:/ log} V"'".' ml ■■ ■ That the spirit of Liberty may reign forever Regiment Moves To Staging Area wmm* Certificates Required For All Souvenirs Certificates of authorization for European weapons, binoculars, and cameras will he required of all military personnel in possession of these articles cnroute to the States, according to recent Divisional directives. One pistol per man is the limit ■ all personnel returning to the States. For proper possession and transporting, of foreign weapons, binoculars and cameras, each soldier will be required to carry on his person duplicate copies of certificates of authorization signed by his Company Commander. Articles will be confiscated if authorization certificates are not produced upon request. Since many of the 48 states require registration of all weapons, (See Certificates Page 15) Coffee and Donuts For Inductees Co-ordinated with the processing and induction of new high point men shipped into the 142nd Regiment from other units, the Kirch- heim American Red Cross was on the spot at the Headquarters Company area with hot coffee and cake for new arrivals from Sunday, Oct 7, until completion of the induction program. Working under the direction of "Tommy" Thornley, Kirchheim Red Cross Club Director from Salt Lake City, Utah, the two girls, 'Tex" Rucher, of Fort Worth, Texas, and Gayle Holmgreen, of Bear River, Utah, ladled out the steaming Java to cold and weary arrivals from early morning until night. That ready American smile and the gift of gab with which every (See Red Cross Page 11 Scheduled to Sail in Early November Five Star Final With this edition the Rotate Review ceases publication and closes shop in preparation for the homeward trek. Every man who has, at anytime, been a member of this regiment will receive a copy of this issue. Having earned five battle stars for as many campaigns it is only fitting to "dub" this edition the Five Star Final. Our sincere thanks to all who have assisted in making the Rotate Review a success. We wish you good luck and Godspeed on your return home. Quitting Europe after approximately 400 davs of combat and five campaigns in Italy, France, Germany and Austria, the 142nd Regiment is scheduled to leave its present headquarters town of Kirchheim, Germany, on October 16 or 17, entraining for- Camp Oklahoma City of the Assembly Area Com mand, en route to the States. According to recent unconfirmed information, there is a strong possibility thai the 36th Division may by-pass the assembly area near Reims, proceeding directly to the Port of Embarkation. The readiness date for sailing has been set on or after 24 October, as indicated in a recent authoritative announcement. From all indications, France's famed "Forty and Eights" will be (See Aiea Page 15) fill '•V/>.'■" UHBBB ■'■'HI''•■■■' 1 nUHH