Moberly Monitor-Index (Moberly, Missouri) 5 Mar 1951, Page 7

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Moberly Monitor-Index (Moberly, Missouri) 5 Mar 1951, Page 7 - Cpl. Guittar In Hospital at San Francisco...
Cpl. Guittar In Hospital at San Francisco Moberjyan Wounded In Korea'Writes He Is Doing Well Cpl. Buford'J, Guittar, son Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Guittar, Austin street, .is in a San cisco Army hospital receiving treatment for a wound in his received in Korean action. { The parents were previously notified by the Department of Defense that their son had wounded. Since arriving at Francisco Cpl. Guittar has written his parents but he did tell any details or how . .the wound is. He said he is "getting along fine." Guittar, in the Army five years, joined the Eighth Division in Korea about Dec. 16. Four Missourians are reported today by the Department as killed in action. All Army they are Cpl. Delbert C. Bell, Alton; Pfc. Gaylon L. McClaine, Morley; Pfc. Richard A. Saunders, Stewartsville; and Pfc. Robert L. Vonallmen, Cabool. Nineteen other Army men reported wounded. They are: Pfc. Thomas W. Conduitt, lem: Pfc. Johnnie R. Gray, House Springs; Sgt. Kenneth W. Gumpenberger, Washington; Cpl. Luther F. Hatton, Horners- gene; Pfc. Burnham W. DeSoto; Pfc. James E. Kinder, Iberia; Pfc. Marvin Keith Lehman, California; Gpl. Ollie ,L. Perkins, Jr., Kansas City; William H. Sharp. Branson; Ivan G. Wilcox. Jerico Springs; Cpl. Clois E. Hast, Qulin; Cpl. James L. Davis. St. Loui's; Jackie D. Scheerer. Carthage; Pfc. Lewis B. Smith. Carroll- ton; Pvl. James E. Staves, Louis; Pfc. Oliver L.. Taylor, Warrens burg; Pfc. Richard Trantham, St. Louis; and Cpl.' Melvin U. Ulery, Berkeley.

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