Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on September 25, 1952 · Page 21
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 21

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, September 25, 1952
Page 21
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1951 OUR MEN IN SERVICE Pvt. Harl Clark, 24, former Mt. Vernon high school basketball star is .statloncrl with the U. S. armed forces in Germany. JLIRL CLARK Harl Is the son of Mr. and Mrs Linzy Clark and the husband of the former Audria Yarbert of RFD 1, Mt. Vernon. A graduate of Mt. Vernon high 'school with the class of 1948, he entered the service February 14, 1952 and took his basic training at Camp Breckinridge, Ky. He left for overeeas August 12, 1952 and landed in Germany on August 21. Plis address is: US 55253458, A Btry, 963 F. A. Bn., 43rd Inf. Div., APO, c/o Postmaster, New York N. Y. Pfc. Richard Clark, 22-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Linzy Clark of RFD 1, Mt. Vernon, is serving with the 17th Infantry Division in Korea. RICHARD CLARK - Richard entered the service September 24, 1951 and took his basic trammg at Fort Riley. Kansas. He went overseas in March of 1952, landed in Japan March 29 •and was in the front lines in Ko- :~rea within a week. • His address is: US 55160579, Co. ,F, 17th Infantry Regt., APO 7, c/o Postmaster, San Francisco, - Calif. FORT MONMOUTH, N. J. — Richard H. Buford, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Buford, 1812 Franklin Ave. Mt. Vernon, 111. recently received his commission today (Friday) as a second lieutenant in .the Army, He was presented gold bars at graduation ceremonies of the Signal Corps' Officer Candi\date Department class. nated 280 pints of blood in the one-day collection recently. The blood was flown to Seattle to be processed, typed and then rushed immediately overseas. More than 2700 pints of-blood have been donated by Whidbey sailors since the program started. James L. Upton, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Upton of Route 3, McLeansboro, 111., is serving aboard the destioyer USS Catling, one of more than 150 wai-ships representing the eight nations taking part in the NATO naval exorcise "Main Brace" beginning Sept. 13. The e.xercise is taking place in the waters off northern Europe and is providing training in fast carrire task force, anti-submarine, convoy and amphibious operations. For the purpose of the exercise, is assumed that the NATO naval forces are cooperating with NATO land forces in the defense of Western Europe against an attack on Euripe's northern flank by theoretical "enemy" forces. Ralph B. Hill, Jr., seaman. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Hill of Route 5, McLeansboro, 111., has reported for duty aboard the destroyer tender USS Piedmont with the Pacific Fleet. The Piedmont, equipped to repair and supply any type vessel afloat, has played a major role in support of UN naval action in Korea. Jack L, Oliver, fireman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oliver of Mt. Vernon, 111., is serving aboard the destroyer USS Ammen in the North Atlantic with the U. S. Naval forces taking part in NATO exercise "Main Brace". Warships, carrier and shore based aircraft, amphibious troops and land forces from Canada, France. Denmark, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, Belgium and the United States will e.xercise in the defense of Europe's northern flank in night and day maneuvers. RAIN KEEPS IKE STEPPING—Dwight D. Eisenhower, Republican presidential nominee, steps lively through the rain as he leaves the railroad station at Jefferson City, Mo„ (Sept. 20), going back to his special train during- his campaign swing enroute to St. Louis. Eisenhower left his train to make a long distance telephone call at the station. Man at left is unidentified. (AP Wlrephoto) BRYAN AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — Simon Moses, brother of Ted G. Moses, 606 south 22nd, Mt. Vernon, 111. was commissioned a second lieutenant in the U. S. Air Forces and received his wings as a jet pilot here recently. He will be given a 30-day delay en route before reporting to Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, for advanced gunnery training. CAMP COOKE, Calif. — Pfc. Doyle Williams of Mt. Vernon, was a member of the 44th Infantry Division Honor Guard which welcomed Army Secretary Frank Pace to Camp Cooke, California, last Tuesday. Pfc. Williams, a member of the 130th Infantry Regiment, was selected by his regimental commander. Colonel Richard Jarvis, Cairo, Illinois, for the honor. The selection was based upon the qualities Adiai Complains Strong Talk to Unions Omitted BALTIMORE — Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson said Wednesdav newspapers seem to play up the pro- labor points in his speeches but "omit much of the strong talk to unions." "That's one reason, the Democratic presidential nominee said he finds it necessary to buy e.\pensive radio and television time. Stevenson's comment was made in a breakfast speech to 5(X) Volunteers for Stevenson just before the Illinois governor returned to to Springfield. of leadership, personal appearance and military knowledge. The selection of Colonel Jarvis' unit resulted from their outstanding record, compiled since the beginning of active duty training in February. Secretary Pace's visit was the first to the California home of the Illinois National Guard 44th Di•vision, and was a way-stop on his present tour of United States military ins^tallations. RICHARD BUFORD The Army commission awarded Lieutenant Buford along with 54 other officer candidates, climaxed twenty-two weeks of intensive classroom and field instruction. During the rigid course, general military and leadership training emphasis on operation and maintenance of Signal Corps communications equipment, were stressed. Prior to OCS Lieutenant Buford was assigned at Fort Riley, Kansas. ; Born in Carbondalc. 111. Lieutenant Buford was graduated from the University of Illinois, 1951. He entered Army service in August 1951. Friday's OCS graduating class of 55 is the fourteenth at Fort Monmouth since Signal Coi-p officer training opened here last September. In thirteen previous classes, 807 candidates were commissioned. YES! We've Stomped Your CREDIT OK! JACK L. SANDERS, Mgr. at WHITE LOAN CO. Loans Usually Completed in 15 Minutes me Broadway Mt. Vernon, niinolB Phone 1996 LOANS MADE TO RESIDENTS OF NEARBY TOWNS AVAILABLE in 12 STOCK SIZES Walter A- Lovin, engineman third class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Lovin of 2212 Herbert .street, and husband of Mrs. Walter ; A. Lovin of 2211 Perkins ave., all 'i'of Mt, Vernon, 111., recently visited -Baii, Italy, while serving aboard 'the destroyer USS Braine, Bari is the second largest city on the southern coast of Italy. The Braine, which was placed in the Reserve Fleet after World War II, was recommissioned in April, 1951. She is now operating with .the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean, second only to the Seventh .fleet operating in the Far East " U. S. NAVAL ATR STATION, .WHIDBEY ISLAND, Wash, — ^Within 72 hburs after Shelby i 'H. Highsmith, .aviation chief machinist's mate,, USN, son of Mr. ,:iind Mrs. Shelby N. Highsmith of Route 4, Mt. •y'ernon. 111., had donated blood here, it was on its way to save a fighting man's life. The air st'ation personnel do- 4 nf US ffl aluminum 0OUMI HUM« WINDOWS • Superierclesign' 1^ censtrvctiof* • Many pot«nl«cl f«otur«ff ' • Built-in wsatherstripping • Eosy to hondie A intliiN • Smart trim opp«oronce • No pointing^roqwirodl • Screens A stermsosh *^ fit • Add viiMtle ^sole* vohK • A»tf «Mt )Mf low pfitM Sll US TOOAT for m MfORMATKM I MT.YERNON GLASS CO. Phone 183 Furniture Tops Auto Glasi Glafis Block Mirrors Window Glass 'Plate Glass Pittsburgh Paint Salem Road Modernfoid Doors Aluminum Windows Aluminum Storm Sash Gennvs Kitchen Cabinets Aliuninura Entrances Making Study Of Old People CARBONDALE — William H. Harlan, associate professor of sociology at Southern Illinois University is studying the adjustments of old people in Florida under a research grant from the National Institute of Mental Health operating under the U. S, Department of Public Health. Harlan is living in St. Petersburg, Fla., while on a nine months' sabbatical leave. Harlan's research in Florida is a continuation of studies of older people, their retirement plans and attitudes, which he did while working on his doctorate degree and has continued in Southern Illinois while at Southern Illinois University. For Our Want-Ad Users' Convenience USE THIS HANDY FORM TO MAIL IN YOUR ADS If it's unhandy for you to come to our office to place your ad . . . 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Minimum charge 76c 8 POINT READERS—15c per line; 25c per line for Blackface headings. SPECIAL HEADINGS in Classified Section—50c each. HOW TO WRITE A WANT AD Results come quicker when you tell everything necessary to make your offer clear and attractive . . Describe completely . . . Make It sound Interesting to yourself and It will sound Interesting to others . • . "The More You Tell—the Quicker You Selll" *BUY! *RENT! •SELL! *TRADE! 1 Write One Word To The Line The More You Tell-the Quicker You Sell! Year after year, more people buy Chevrolets because— Chevrolet • the lowesNpriced line in its field! The very fact that more people are buying Chevrolets than any other car proves that Chevrolet does offer more value than any other car. And the value's there for you to see. In features like Body by Fisher. Jumbo-Drum Brakes—lugtit in the low-price field. Valve-in-Head Engine-^iht design that's setting the industry trend. 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