Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 19, 1951 · Page 3
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 3

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 19, 1951
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TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1951 THE RPGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS niiiiiiifiiiiiiifiiiiiiifiiiHtiiiiitiHiiiiriiiiiHuinnHmmiiiiHimiHiHiiiinHiiiwnmfiiinmiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiifiii^ OUR MEN IN SERVICE iiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiHMiHHiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiii^^^^^^ h WITH THE FIRST CAVALRY DIVISION, U. S. Army, in Korea (Delayed)—Three Mt. Vernon men are on Die Korean battlofront with a field artillery battlion of the Ist Cavalry Division that has con- pistcnlly helped smash Communist mass attacks. They are: Private First Class James W. Hayes, son of Mrs, Madge O. Hayes, of route 5; and Private First Class Bcarl and his n-olher Private Blrst Class Earl shanc, sons of Louis Shane, of ' fill Main street, Mt. Vernon, Thoy are members of the colorful 99th Field Rrtillery Battalion, one of th(> first howitzer units to bo committed to action in Korea In .July 1950. One of the four artillery battalions in the famed Cavalry division, the 99th f;ives close support to the infantrymen of the 8th U. S. Cavalry. While s-upporfing the 8th Cavalry in North Korea last winter, the Mt, Vernon soldiers' battalion was trapped in the tragic Unsan encirclement where newly-entered Chinese c'onmiunists outflanked the entire regiment. Sgt. James D. White, son of Mr. Eugene Wiiite of 9th and Warren Ave., Mt. Vernon, has been assigned to Amarillo Air Force Base, Texas. White, formerly stationed at Shcppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls, Texas, before his assign- nont to the recently reactivated base, has been placed in the Airmen Personnel section as Assignment Clerk. Amarillo Air Force Base, one of eight technical training bases in the Air Training Command will become the United States Air Force's training center for jet fighter and bomber mechanics. F^. LEONARD WOOD, Mo. — Pvt. Fred Mutchcraft, son of Mr. M. L. Hutchcraft, Dahlgren, is Hearing completion of a 14-week training cycle here with a unit of the 6th Armorey Division. the use of pioneer and power tools, construction of fixed and floating bridges and related subjects besides additional combat skills. At the end of the 14-week training cycle with the famed "Super Sijfth," the men completing training here will be sent either to specialist schools or sent as replacements to other units. MT. LEONARD WOOD, Mo.— Private George Bryant, son of Mr. Olin Bryant, 1013 Welkins, Mt. Vernon, is nearing completion of a 14-week training cycle here with a unit of the Gth Armored Division. V I'vt, Hutchcraft As a trainee, he received six weeks basic training in the fundamentals of Army life and the use of infantry weapons. He is now completing an additional eight weeks engineer training. Competent instructors are teaching him Pvt. Bryant As a trainee, he received six weeks basic training in the fundamentals of Army life and the use of infantry weapons. He is now completing an additional eight weeks engineer training. Corrjpe- tent instructors are teaching him the use of pioneer and power tools, construction of fixed and floating bridges and related subjects besides additional combat skills. Corporal Raymond L. Yarbrough was recently transferred on temporary duty to Kansas State Teacher^ College of Emporia, one of the civilian contract schools where Air Force personnel are now in training, to begin technical studies in the Air Training Command's administration course. This course, which includes typing, filing, military correspondence, and other office procedures, lasts 12 weeks. Upon successful completion of this training, Cpl. Yarbrough will be returned to his home station, Carswell Air Force Base, Fort Worth, Texas. Cpl. Yarbrough is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vv'. A. Yarbrough of Bluford. He enlisted in the Air Force June 21, 1950. Pvt. Charles D. Brown, son of Mr.-and Mrs. Wayman Brown of Waltonville, and husband of the former Doris Rightnowar, is now stationed at Inchon, Korea. MODOfN WAY TO GIVE ASPrRiN TO mP IM HOLUHB ! WITH GOOD /V EAR BETTER TIRE SERVICE Hera's What IV« Dos COMPLETE INSPECTION Check tirai and tubat for oil types of Injuriti — breaks, bruises, cuts, etc. Inspect monthly for puncturing objects. CORRECT AIR PRESSURE Incorrect air pressure cuts tir« mileage. W« check weekly with accurate gauge—make sura valves and capi don't leak. TIRE TREADING A sound tire, worjs smooth, will give many extra miles of service with new Goodyear factory-approved treading. ^ REPAIR ^ CUTS and BRUISES *• These con result in punctures and blowouts. Our repairs last at long a* the tire. PERIODICAL TIRE ROTATION Tread Wear is different on each wheel — regular rotation disbibutet wear •venly. WHEEL BALANCING Check wheel bolancs when inspecting tires. Correct wheel balanca saves tires and front- end parts—saves money. DON'T LET THIS HAPPEN TO YOU ... Equip Your Car With I IFE G UARD SAFETY TUBES BY OOOD/^EAR anil Avoid accidents^ iiPiMf ^jHiBn AS LOW AS ^ Complete Rood Service—WE FIX FLATS | ^ rAAI ^VCAB SERVICE | Phone 1101 I eOODVEAK STORE 328 S. 10»h St. Pvt. Brown WM inducted Into the Army Dec: 13. 1950 and completed hU bMic trainlnR at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. His address is: Pvt. Charles D. Brown, US 55081175. Co. D. 532 EB-SA, A. P. O. 301, c/o Postmaster, San Francisco, California. WITH THE FIRST CAVALRY DIVISION, U. S. Army in Korea— (Delayed)—A Mt. Vernon area soldier is on the Korean battle front with the field artillery battalion of the 1st Cavalry Division that has consistently helped smash Communis*, mass attacks. He is Private First Class Arnold R. Burk, son of Mrs. Ruth L. Casada, of route 1, Opdyke, in the "Mt. Vei-non area, who is a member of the colorful 99th Field Artillery Battalion, one of the first howitzer units to be committed to action in Korea in July 1950. One of the four artillery battalions in the famed Cavalry Division, the 99th gives close' support to the infantrymen of the 8th U. S. Cavalry. RAMEY AIR FORCE BASE, Puerto Rico — First Lieutenant Guy E. Hughey Jr.. of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, has recently been assigned to the 34?,d Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, of the 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing (M), Ramey Air Force Base, Puerto Rico, as An electronic counter mea- sui'es officer. Lt. Hughey is a graduate of the Mt. Vernon Township High school. In civilian life he was employed by the Magnolia ' Petroleum Co., of Dallas, Texas. He completed his schooling in electronic countermeasures at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., in March 1951. During World War II Lieut. Hughey was with the 349th Bomb Group in the European Theater of Operations. 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