The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 11, 1955 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FKIDAT, NOVEMBER 11, 195U TAKKS BASIC — James R. Hume. 18. son of Mr. ami Mr? E W. S'.vmcioll. Li>a<-Iivil!i> :s n.mplfMir.i: his training at Lackland. AFB, Tex. IN TFXAS — 3'"-acher B. Lewis '.9. son <v. Mr. and Mrs. C Lewis, Route i. Ma:;:i:i. i.s in inuning at ••Tile G.r>'.uiv ui the Air Force," Larklar.ci AFB. Tex. AT I..A('KI.ANI> — Sammy Raj- Buck. '20 win o! Mr and Mrs. J. W. BUCK. Loachville. is completing his basic Air Force training at Lackland AFB. Tex. PINO PON'G CHAMP — PFC Kenneth Craig (left). Kennett. receives a pmg pong trophy from Lt. Coi. Eari Richhar:, a-, a To-:yo Army Hospital. Craig won the singles division :n a hospital pmg pong tournament. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Odell Craig. 405 S. Baker Drive, Kennett. The graduate of Southeast Missouri Stace College. Cape Girardeau, arrived overseas last February WVT News oi Men In die Service Army Lt. Col. Edward C. Mu!- liniks. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Muillmks, Route 1, Caruthersville, recently participated in Exercise Cordon B'eu, a NATO maneuver uisng U. S., French and Briti^n troops ;n West Germany. The exercise was a joint training operation staged to teach the three- power forces to work together under simulated battle conditions. It was ?. counter-offensive action against an ''aggressor" force. MulUmks, grevemive medicine officer in the Medical Section of V Corps Headquarters, entered the Army in 1953. He arrived overseas last April. Mulliniks received an A. B,.de-] gree from the University of Mis-j souri in 1927, an M. D. degree from the University of Tennessee in 1931 and an M. P. H. degree from Johns i Hopkins University in 1949. He isj a member of F. Kappa Alpha, Phil Beta Pi and Alpha Chi Sigma fra- • lernities. In civilian life, he was, employed a? health officer for the: State of Tennessee. ; His wife, Helen, is with him in, Germany, j STARTS SERVICE-Harold L. Clflv. 20. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. CLv.-. 315 S. Uth. Bluhrville. is completing his basu? Air Force training at Lac-kland AFB. near San Antonio, Tex. Pvt. Raymond Jaques, 20, whose i wife, Joyce, and father, James G. 'Jaques, live on Route 2, Kennett, recently completed the 12-week radio communications course at Fort Knox, Ky. i The course included the study of; types of radio equipment, code, j sending and receiving, equipment i maintenance and practical work j under simulated combat conditions. Jaques entered the Army last May .and received basic training at Fore Leonard Wood. Mo. He is a 1954 gradaute of Holcomb High School. AT 'GATEWAY'—James E. Bracken, ]8, son of Mr. and Mr Marlin Bracken. Blytheville is completing his basic training at 'The Gateway to the Air Forct Lackland AFB. Tex. Milligan, son of D. M. Milligtm. Route 2. CannhersviHe, is scheduled to take part in Exerei.se Snt?e Brush, the largest Army-Air Force maneuver since. World War II. The exercise will be held in Louisiana Nov. 1-Dec. 15. Some HO,000 Army troops will test the latest concepts of atomic, bacteriological chemical and electronic warfare. Milligan, a member of the 7th Transportation Battalion's 528th Company, is regularly stationed at Fort Carson, Colo. IN AIR FORCE Ira E. Bandy. 19. .sr,n nf J'jriciip Weaver. Route 2, Leadr.ill*?, is preparing himselt for en'n-.nce into Air Force technical rnunin.E. He is completing his basic training at Lackiand AFB, Tf-x. ne po t-. r Rodman. C. Z.: and San Die^'o, Long Beach and San Francisco, Calif. IN TRAINING—William B. Ra Ifi. so;i o; Mr. and Mrs. Brvon Bo ""> L n 'I is n i ? i ne near ?an Antonio. Tex., a: Lack- iand Air Force Base. than 72.000 persons in distress. Kennedy 15 =,u\\ -oned at an Air Force base near Asiiiya half-way Airman Third Class Charles F. j Kennedy, son of Mrs. Lottie Cash. { B.T p\i P nas .irrived in Japan! for cmty ,is a .supply technician with the Air Rescue Service. He is assigned to the 39th Air Rescue Squadron — a unit of the worldwide organisation that is dedicated to saving lives. During the pi t f". p cars. Rescue squadron; ' 0111 Korea to Saudi Arabia and from Thulo to Panama, have flown over 13,000 missions aiding more { :el H:sh School before entering- the Air Force. WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT lOt Army Specialist Third Class Rob- i ert F. Cresap, 28, son of .J. N. Cre- j sap, Dell, recently took part in a [ field training exercise held by the ' 4th Infantry Division in Germany. : Cresap. an ambulance driver with the 4th Medical Battalion's Arnbu-1 lance Company, entered the Armyj in June 1954. HP was stationed at j Fort Stim Houston. Tex., before ar-j riving overseas last January. Pvt. Harry E. Stanford Jr., husband of Mrs. H. E. Stanford Jr.. 825 E. Main, Blythrville. has been ] selected to attend the 5th Armored | Division Clerk Typist School at • Camp Chaffee, Ark. I During the eight-week course he will recnivc instruction in typewriting, the Army filing system, publications, principles of military correspondence, personnel records, and reports. OSCEOLA YOUTH — Don Edrington. 18. son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ed n HE ton. Route 1. Osceola, is completing his basic. An Force training at LackUmd, AFB Tex. merit. HP entered the Army in October 1953 and has been overseas 10 months. Sergeant First Cla.ss Elclon J. Ex-Ministers Urge Freedom For Satellites GENEVA fj) — The Western Big Three foreign ministers were urged yesterday by a former premier and. five former foreipn ministers from East European Mates to demand independence of their countries from the. Soviet yoke. Among those who signed the ap- pea! were former P"emier Ferenc , Naey of Hungary: and : Ministers Stasys Lo/.orairis of Lithuania: Karl Seller, of Estonia, Tri- gore Gafenco of Romania; G. D. Morawski of Poland, and Count Ed- v/nrd Raczynski of Poland. T. Bielecki, president of the Polish Council of National Unity, also sicned. Army Pvt. George B. Mixon, 19. whose ivife. Stella, lives at 112!) • Willow St.. Blytheville. recently i participated in Exercise Cordon . Bleu, a NATO maneuver using U i S.. French and British troops, in i West Germany. j Mixon. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-' linm A. Mixon. 617 Howard St.. is a radio man in Company A of ihe 5th Infantry Division's IHh Regi- PFC Joseph L. Jackson, son of Mr, and Mrs. Alton H. Jackson. 510 E. Seventh St., Caruthersville, is assigned to the A^u'i'essor Forces in Exercise Sage Brush, the largest Army-Air Force maneuver since World War 11. The exercise will be hMd in Louisiana Nov. 1-Dec. 15. Home 110.1)011 Army troops will ;r>t thr Inle.st concepts in bacteriological, ntnmic. rhfrnicnl find electronic wari'nre. Jackson, a me nber of Battery B of the 285th Field Artillcrv Battalion, is regularly stationed at Fort Bnipg. N. C. He entered the Anny in September 1954. |Comp/ete/x Unaware J;imes c Wllllliinlts shlp . s se ,. v iceman first clus.s, USN. son of Mr DANVTLLF. Ky. '# -- Napoleon j !ind Mlx _ J;ini(1 _ s R . W i!H)anks Bonaparte Tnpleit wasn't, a candi-| Routp 4i niylh.'villc. is .iprvInK date and didn't even kno* his dis-| rtboarrt tht \ !iL , hl cnii.ser USS R« <( . ae an n even no s s- rtboarrt tht !iL , hl cnii.ser USS R« <( . trict hud a constable. But he wns [ noke u . llich ;U . nV |.d at the Puyet down on .-.pceding in his neighbor Thief Unafraid IRVINE. Ky. /Pi- An pxrr-ptional- ly bold thicl yot av. »y Wtuin .sday with $1,300 In ca.sh ;ind an undeirr- inincfl amount of check-;. His haul \v;is nuidc from the safe of Sheriff . Fred Brandenburg, who was P]-whore in I he courthou.se watch iii| WHAT! Do You Have the"Magk Touch? ... win a new Dodge every year for the rest qf/ny fife ? Enter Now At Your DODGE DEALER'S WHY NOT? Yes, why not shop Safeway every week for all of your food needs? Each and every item sold at Safrtt'ay must completely satisfy you in every way, or your money back. And you'll he mighty happy when you see how far your fnncl dollar goes ;il the Blytheville Safeway Store. On all counts, it pays to shop Safeway. Saturday Only! Crisco at a Saving SHORTENING Royal Satin Emulsi-Mixed SHORTENING Jekyll Fresh Frozen GREEN SHRIMP Highway Brand Delicious APPLESAUCE Van Camp's in Sauce PORK & BEANS Bel-Air Fresh Frozen STRAWBERRIES 3 3 Lb. Tin Lb. Tin in 69? 2U1.59 8 -1.00 9-1.00 y)t 16 oz. Ctn. Enriched Flour GOLD MEDAL 10 £ 86< Family Flour KITCHEN CRAFT 10 £ Pancake Syrup SLEEPY HOLLOW "£ 26< Mammy Lou CORN MEAL 5 £ 42c DON'T FORGET! Safeway will meet HIP lowst ailvorti.srd price of every competitor — Hem by Item — d.ij by day — In Blytheville. Quality considered. We reserve the right to limit purchases. % Steal CJjrt'Stmasi 1 While They Last! QUALITY ORIGINAL EXTRA PLATEP 50-PIECE SERVICE FOR 3 USUAL $39V VALUE Yours only rnrr MAHOGANY FINISH- iKCC- ANTI-TARNISH CHtST horn fof only moo DOWN r v i w I HERE'S WHAT YOU RECEIVE .. , 8 Knives — Stoinlest Steel Blades 8 Dinner Forks 16 Teaspoons 8 Soup Spoons 8 Salad Forks 3 Larg* Sarving Spoons SUREFIRE BATTERY 12 Months' Guarantee EXCHANGE LIMITED QUANTITY ---- FREE BATTERY CHECK B. F. Goodrich CLASSTEX BATTERY _ 4 YEARS AS LOW AS $ 1.OO DOWN Complete Line of Toys - Tricycles - Bicycles and Small Appliances GIFTS FOR ALL! Lay-a-Way Now for Christmas, Small Down Payment Will Hold Your Purchase! BF Goodrich FIRST IN RUBBER - F/RST IN TUBELESS 417 W. Main Phone 3-8116

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