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 - FREEPORT — David R. Masters, son of Mr. and...
FREEPORT — David R. Masters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Zeb S. Masters, 318 North Avenue C, reenlisted into the U.S. Army for a period of three years on April 28. Masters, having already served 12 years with the U.S. Air Force, decided to reenter the service in order to complete complete 20 years for retirement. He will be required to take a short refresher training course at Fort Polk, La., prior to receiving his permanent assignment. His reenlistment processing was accomplished through SFC James A. Britt. U.S. Army Recruiter, 231 North Velasco Street, Angleton. Oliver in Airborne CLUTE — Dennis G. Oliver, son of Helton W. Oliver. Clute, enlisted into the U.S. Army for a period of three years on April 29. Oliver chose as his enlist- ment option, Airborne, under the U.S. Army's chotce-not- chance program. He will receive his basic training at Fort Polk. La., before being trained Airborne. He enlisted through SFC James A. Britt, U.S. Army Recruiting Station, 231 North Velasco Street, Angleton. Tipps enlists SWEENY — George A. Tipps. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Tipps, Sweeny, enlisted on April 30 in the U.S. Army for a period of two years. George decided to choose the Army's two year enlistment option and Regular Army Unassigned, leaving the choice of his training up to the U.S. Army. But first he will have to go to Fort Polk, La., for his basic training. He processed through the U.S. Army Recruiting Station. 231 North Velasco. Angleton.

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  1. The Brazosport Facts,
  2. 06 May 1970, Wed,
  3. Page 13

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