FAQITWO BLTTHETTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER HEWS FRIDAT, OCTOBER T, 1958 News of Men In the Service Kilty E. Anderson, seaman apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie £ Anderson. Route 1, Lepanto. recently arrived at the Kingsville, Tex., Nav»l Air Station for duty with a crash crew. Before entering the Navy, Anderson attended Lepanto High School. Jimmy H. Nelson, tradesman airman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. J D. Nelson, 2105 Chickasawba St.. Blytheville reported recently to the Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Corpus Christ!, Tex., where he will enter advanced training as a Naval aviator. Before entering the Navy in July, 1954. Nelson was graduated from Blytheville High School. Second U. Wendell W. Crow, son of Charles A. Crow, 911 Beckwith, Caruthersville, is a member of the 25th Infantry Division in Hawaii. The "Tropic Lightnins" division is continuing its post-truce training program using valuable experience gained in Korea. Crow, assigned to the division's gin Field Artillery Battalion, entered the Army in August, 1954. He completed basic training at Fore Sill, Okla., and arrived in Hawaii last August. A former student at the University of Missouri, he is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. when tilt aggressor force was driven from the final objective. The war games are a part of the field training program. Army PFC Rayburn L. Hinchey, JO. son of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. | Hinchey, Route 2. Steele, recently; was graduated from the I Corps} Non-Commtssioned Officer Acade- f my in Korea. ' Private First Class Hinchey ar-' rived in the Far East in March. He \ was last stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C. Hinchey attended Steele; Hish School. Insulin is derived from the pan- [ creas glands of sheep, oxen, hogsj and calves that are slaughtered. Maybe Trial Was Boring HOUSTON. Tex. i/l'i—AMI. Dlst. Alty. Oeorce Miller suddenly interrupted testimony in a spicy bau'riy house trial yesterday. Pointing to a juror. Miller, said "Judge, I MunK thai man is asleep." Juror R. F. Colston slept through the Interruption. When JudRe Byron Johnson of the County Court- al-La\v spoke to him. Colston jerked up. blinking. "Did you go to sieep" the judge asked. "I may have." Colston replied. still blinking. Defense attorney Jack Kni»ht promptly moved (or a mistrial. "I thought he was going to (»11 out 8( his chair," he Mid of the sleepy juror. Johnson overruled the motion but recessed court until today "to give the jury » litle rest." t courtroom attache said. Decent Rescue CORPUS CHRIST!, Tex. m—Pa- trolman R. C. Kinstley rescued a woman in Corpus Christ! Bay, ei- plained why he wore his pants when he dived in: "I didn't want to g»t arrested for indecency. That's a f» tine." IX TEXAS — Ronnie W. Wardlaw. 18. son of Mr. and Mrs. Garner W a r d 1 a w . Route 1, Blv'>rievi'.i<;, '•" comple'ir.^ ^.ts basic training at Lackland AFB. Tex. Army Pvt. Harvey G. Chandler. son of Mrs. Stella ClabiH, 221 State St.. Steele. recently arrived :n Uijongbu, Korea, and is now a member of the «9th Field Artillery Battalion. Chandler, a wireman in the battalion's Battery A, entered the Army in June, 1954, and completed basic training at Camp Chaffee. Ark. The 21-year-old soldier is a 1953 graduate of Steele High School. Cpl. Robert Achols. son of Mrs. Maggie Afh.ols. Reiser, recently took- part in a two ^'eeks traininE; program, the fifth Logistics-Over- The-Shore exercise, conducted by the Transportation Training Command' at Port Eustis, Va. Corporal Achols. a longshoreman in the 566th Transportation Company, entered the Army in November. 3952. and is a veteran of 18 months' service in Alaska. NEW OFFICER — Army 2nd Lieutemani Charley R. Harris, son of Mrs Jack A. Baker, Kennett, was graduated recently from Infantry Officers' School. For; Bennine. Ga. He entered the army last May anri rooic basic training at, Fort Hood, Tex. MARINE PILOT—Second Lieutenant Max T. Gurley, Route 5. Blyr.hpv:lle. recently was gradu- •ufd from the U. S. Naval Pre- F'.ign: School at Pensacola. Fla. He is now taking: his primary flisr.r training at ine Naval Air Stanon. Milton. Fla, He attended Blytheviile High School and Mississippi State College before entering the service. TAKES BASIC — Joseph D. Starling, 18, son of Joseph Q Starling. Route 1. Joiner, is tak- ins his basic Air Force training at"Lackland Air Force Base, Tex. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Simmons. Route 1. Clarkton. he was graduated in 1950 from Deering High School. LOCAL FLIER — Li. Ira N Koonce. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Koor.ce. Route 2, Blytheville, re- cer.uv was gradauted from primary pilot training at . Maiden Air Force Base. Mo. Koonce is r,o\v ?tationed a: Vance Air Force B^se. Ok!a., where he is in his fuial 20 weeks of training with miil'.i-engine aircraft prior to graduating as a pilot. Koonce is a graduate of Blytheville High School and the University of Arkansas. AT LACKLAND — Robert E. Odom. 18. son of C. E. Oriom, Route 1, Blyiheville. is completing his basic'Air Force training at Lackland AFB, Tex. Army Pvt. Bobby O. Simmons, i J2, whose wife, Elaine, lives on • Route 3, Kennett. recently arrived at Fort Lewis. Wash., and is now a member of the 3d Infantry Division. Valuable combat experience obtained in Korea by the "Indian- head" division i< utilized in the draining of the unit. Pvt. Simmons entered the Army last March and completed basic training at Port Leonard Wood. Mo. Pvt. Don C. Hasty, whose wife, j Ellen, and mother, Mrs. Edith: Hasty, live at Kennett, recently! was graduated from The Infantry i School's airborne course at Fort, Benning, Ga. | The course trains volunteer offi-[ cers and enlisted men of the Army; to be qualified parachutists. Students are required to make five jumps. Pvt. Hasty entered the Army In December, 1954. and completed basic [raining at Qamp Chnffee, Ark. The 23-year-old snidier is a former student at Kennett High School. 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Margot. lives at 206 EJectrir St.. Kennett, is a member of the 7th Infantry Division in Korea. Continuing its training, the "Bayonet" division is the only U. S. Army division that has remained in Korea since the cea.se-fire. Green, a mess sergeant In Company G of the divison's 17ih Regiment, entered the Army in 1945. He arrived in the Far East last July. Green is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green, Route 3, Kennett. Pvt. Robert C. Dean, 18. son of Mrs. Bertha Dean, Caruthersville, recently was graduated from the nine-week supply specialist, course at The Engineer School, Fort Bel- vnir, Va. The course trained enlisted personnel to receive, store, issue, ship, and salvage construction materials. and other engineer supplies and equipment. Dean entered the Army last May and received basic training at Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. AIRMAN* — Ernest E. Lucas, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lucas, 1901 W. Vine. Blytheville, is stationed at Lackland AFB. 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