Who is Louis C. Prunty
SERVICE For outstanding performance of duty under enemy fire In Korea, Korea, two Long Beach soldiers have earned the Combat Infantryman Infantryman Badge. They are Pvt Robert R. Murdock, Murdock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Murdock, 4139 Conquista St., an ammunition bearer with the Second Infantry Division, and SFC Louis C. Prunty, whose wife, Laurette, lives at 4441 Boyar Ave., an assistant platoon sergeant sergeant in Company F, Seventh Regiment, Third Infantry Division. Division. Prunty has been In Korea since April, Murdock since May. der for two Long Beach soldiers in Korea. Both members of the Seventh Infantry Division, they recently spent five-day rest and recreation leaves in Japan. The men are Cpl. L. J. West, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. West of 239 Redondo Ave., a squad leader in Company K, 17th Regiment and Cpl. Leonard S. Pyka, son of Mrs. Lydia Pyka of 1575 Harbor Ave. Pyka is a radio operator in the 38th Field Artillery Artillery Battalion. They stayed at Camp Nar% one of Japan's most famous resort resort centers. Both have returned to their units in Korea.