Darrell Jellison Tank Driver

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Senators Sometimes i. ii pi inn.., jii.wim.m, n uu.mi ywH r.. .1 r 9 rj' of guidance procedures for will be the direction McDaniels of is $3600, to by the government. will be a for guidance the city-schools city-schools be assisted director coordinate Burt, head high school; Hill counselor; Rich, counselor junior high Company D Arrives Home From Camp After 15 days in the field, the first medium tank battalion, 149th armor, from Santa Cruz, Watson-ville, Watson-ville, Watson-ville, Salinas, Monterey, Gilroy and Hollister arrived home this morning. The national guard unit has been training at Camp Irwin in the Mojave desert. Santa Cruz' Company D is commanded commanded by Capt. Robert Johnson. Maj. Gen. Clarence H. Pease, 49th division commander, said the troops of this battalion responded magnificently to the challenge offered offered by the new tactical concepts developed for nuclear warfare and did a splendid job under our new p c n t o m i c organizational structure. The battalion sweltered in heat up to 130 degrees while maneuvering maneuvering their tanks over the vast armored armored training camp, located in the heart of the desert. According to Lt. Col. Elmer W. Gipe, of Salinas, the battalion commander, the excellence of this year's training can be attributed to outstanding ranges and tremendous tremendous maneuver areas of Camp Irwin. Irwin. Singled out for particular praise by Col. Gipe was Sgt. James W. Petersen of Watsonville. Sgt. Petersen Petersen emerged as the battalion's top gunner with six hits out of eight shots with his tank's 90 millimeter gun at a difficult moving moving target. The battalion concluded its field work Friday and departed yesterday on the 18-hour 18-hour 18-hour motor march back to its home town armories. 4 I... -----. -----. -----. -----. -----. -----. -v. -v. j r-.p r-.p r-.p re s 1 i - i i :l . tr.Jv.jfiw. ' I I "I J 4 I ffiT-tf ffiT-tf ffiT-tf -flfi.i&.iJMri'i -flfi.i&.iJMri'i cfcit-.fA'.i cfcit-.fA'.i cfcit-.fA'.i it .inn i rufi Ii iln 'i-VfT-n 'i-VfT-n 'i-VfT-n 'i-VfT-n 'i-VfT-n ni In the top picture, SI C Dar- Dar- Trevethan avenue (left) out-rell out-rell out-rell Jellisen, 615 Falrmount ave- ave- lines the activities which the nue (left), SP2 Rirhard L. If- If- unit went through during the land, 675 Prospect Heights (ten- (ten- past two weeks. Looking on is ter), and SPL Paul Htnneuse, SVi Kenneth Kranich, 140 La-driver. La-driver. La-driver. In the lower photo, Ser- Ser- dera drive, geant Major Andrew Tyra. 717 OOO By Arthur Washington UV). will be leisurely on iwcll after swell and auddenlv some pop up and say in more eloquent than "Men, there must way of doing Of course he will course no one will slightest attention. For senators love how we are now age, bow this is a approaches, for Put when it comes their own little no accident that desk still has a well box even though snuffers have long It may not be fair the senate never it is fair to say changes much. One recurring way the senate working day. Committee hearings usually ichedulcd to begin a m. The senate normally called to order this season of the bills arc piling up, around five or longer. You will note that allowed for a senator to take care of the necessities of life. Partly because of senatorial attendance is shocking. Often it find a senator but on the senate Occasionally such this are produced;

Clipped from Santa Cruz Sentinel28 Jun 1959, SunPage 13

Santa Cruz Sentinel (Santa Cruz, California)28 Jun 1959, SunPage 13
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