Clipped From The Ludington Daily News
Cpl. Lemke Hurt Armistice Day Mrs. Marjorie Lemke of 40S> South Rath avenue has been notified notified that her husband, Cpl. Clyde Benjamin Lemke, 21, was wounded in action the day the armistice wa» signed in Korea. Cpl. Lemke was slightly wounded on left foot by artillery fire July 27, the telegram said. Cpl. Lemke after attending Ludington Ludington schools worked at Continental Continental in Muskegon before he entered the Army May 1, 1952. He attended radar school and was in an engineering engineering unit before he left Thanksgiving Thanksgiving day, 1952 arriving in Korea, Dec. 17, 1952. He was promoted to corporal just a month ago, his wife sa'id. In the telegram the Army said his present address is Cpl. Clyde B. Lemke, US 55-271-962, Care of Hospital Director, Section, APO No. 503, Care of Postmaster, San Francisco, Calif. The Army added that arrangements will be made by hospital authorities to report the condition of Cpl. Lemke to Mrs, Lemke by airmail if he is unable to write. Cpl. Lemke's mother, Mrs. Thelma Thelma Hallada, resides on Route 1, Ludington.