The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1956 · Page 2
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WTONMDAT, MARCH 11, 1MB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGB THSEI KAZORBACKS — Here is the Arkansas Razorback Company In training at Naval Training Center, San Diego. Men-were recruited in a "Razorback" campaign in Arkansas recently and were promised they could go through basic training as a unit. Five Blytheville recruits are among those pictured above. Since the Navy sent no identification with the photograph, can you find them? News of Men- In the Service Army Pvt. Charles G. Foster, 22, whose wife,. Dorothy, lives on route 2, Steele, is receiving advanced infantry training in the 4th Armored Division at Fort Hood, Tex. Foster is a member of the 553rd Infantry Battalion's Company A. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alto C. Foster, of Manila. Pvt, Sammie R. Coleman, 20, son of Mrs. Allie M. Coleman, of Blytheville, recently was 'graduated from the Third Army Food Service School's eight-week cooking course »t Ft. Bennlng, <3a. He was a 1954 graduate of Blytheville High School and entered the army last September. Freddie J. Smith, of Blytheville, graduated from recruit training March 17 at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. He completed a nine-week "boot camp." Following two week's leave. Smith will be assigned to shipboard duty or to ft service school. \ Three Blytheville soldiers are receiving basic combat training with the 8th Infantry Division at Fort Carson, Colo. Pvt. Bobby D. Rounsavall ,son of Mr. and Mrs. GUy Rounsavall. ia training with Headquarters Battery of the 23rd Anti- Aircraft Artillery Battalion. Pyt. Bobby G. Dunkin, son of Mrs. Alma Irene, it training with. the. battalion's Battery A. Pvt. Robert R. Bison of Mrs. Tennyson Rivelle, is training with Battery C. The unit is preparing for a move to Europe next fall, Army 2nd Lt. Jerry P. Bookout, S, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul O. Bookout, of Caruthersville, recently was assigned to the 1st Armored Division at^Fort Polk, La. He is a platoon leader in Company A -of the division's 13th Tank Battalion. Master Sgt. Wesley W. Jones, whose wife, Betty, lives in Kemiett, recently arrived in Korea and is now a member of the 24th Infantry Division. The 24th is one of two American divisions stationed in Korea. Jones is the son of W. 8. Jones, of Kennett. IN CALIFORNIA—Pvt. Cecil O'Neal Rowland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rowland, of Wilson, has started basic training with the U.S. Air Force at Parks Air Force Base, California. During training, he will be tested and counselled for an Air Force assignment. He entered service in January of this year. The 1966 reunion of the Third Mamie Division Assn. will be held at the Congress Hotel, Chicago, from June 29 to July 1. Information regarding the reunion may be obtained by writing John Bugel, executive secretary, P.O. Box 648, Culver City, Calif. Pvt. Charles Turner, 19, son of Mrs. Edna M. Turner, route 4, Blytheville, recently took part in ."Bear Claw," a Seventh Army command post exercise, in Germany. Turner is a wireman in the 42ud Reid Artillery Group. He entered the Army in May 1965 and arrived in Europe last November. NEW POST—Pve. James P. Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Price, of Blytheville, has been assigned to new duty at Ft. Lewis, Washington. He will, be with Co. L, 9th Infantry Regiment. He recently completed training at Camp Chaflee, Ark. July and August. Bobby K. Taylor, seaman apprentice, USN, and son of Mr. and Mrs John B. Taylor, route 2, Blytheville, is serving abroad the Atlantic Fleet experimental escort vessel USS Francis M. Robinson. Home port is at Key West, Fla. FBI Chief Tells Reds 1 Plans •WASHINGTON (ff)—FBI' Director J. Edgar Hoover says the VS. Communist party is planning "an intensive crusade which will last four to six months" with the aim of undermining anti-Red legislation. . Hoover said party plans contemplate "» more open activity" eud various legal maneuvers including employment of "eminent counsel to defend the party and ite leaders."' He said the Communists are counting on a more favorable political atmosphere growing out of last July's summit conference. In budget testimony before a. House Appropriations subcommittee, made public Monday night, Hoover said: "Their tactics will be concealed WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Marie Hollis Null, Pltf. by her next .of friend John Westley Hollis vs. No. 13,205 Jodie Null, Dft. The defendant, Jodie Null, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Marie Hollis Null. Dated this 5th day of March, 1656. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Gene Bradley, Atty. for Pltf. Claude F. Cooper, Atty. ad. Litem. 3/1-14-21-28 held by the 2nd Armored Division Artillery in Germany. Specialist is a cannoneer in Headquarters Battery of the division's 3rd Field Artillery Battalion. Army PFC Andrew W. Young Jr. 23, son of Mrs. A. W. Young, of Osceola, recently took'part in amphibious training with the 25th Infantry Division in Hawaii. and will emerge through Communist front organizations and through so-called liberal groups which they are able to Infiltrate and interest In their behalf." He estimated the U.S. Communist party has a "hard core" membership of 20,289—about 11,000 of them in New York state and 3,022 in California. Italy's Red Chief Hits Comment On Anti-Stalin Move ROME <JP) — Italy's Communist boss' Palmiro Togliatti lashed out yesterday at non-Communist comments on the Kremlin's anti-Stalin campaign. He termed the commentators "a mob of shrieking apes.". The attack came amid newspaper reports that Togliatti and his aides were having trouble deciding how to explain the Stalin switch to Italy's two million communists. In a front-page statement in the Communist newspaper L'Unita, To- gliatti fumed: 'Every time the Soviet Union makes a forward step, every time wrong or outmoded policies are changed ... the mob of bougeois journals and journalists only knows how to shout, shriek, fabricate and vomit lies, calumnies, vulgarisms and coarseness." The independent newspaper n Messaggero said the Soviet Communist campaign to cut down Stalin's historical stature had created "an enormous impression" among Italy's rank-and-flle Reds. Kim Novak to Travel LOS ANGELES (fll — Kim Novak of the films, headed for the Cannes Film Festival, has applied for a passport. She also will tour the Continent in connection with the "Eddie Duchin Story," in which she costars with Tyrone Power. Woman Protests Asphalt Patch In White Walk HOLLYWOOD, Fia. HI — Mrs. Mary Catchings just can't abide that black asphalt patch on the white concrete sidewalk in front of her apartment house. City workmen iixcd a hole there. Mrs. Catohings scrapped away the asphalt before it hardened. The city workmen put it back; she removed it agato. After one more round, City Manager Joseph W. Watson suggested they all see if white cement wouldn't blend the patch in with the rest of the sidewalk. Mrs. Catchings has agreed. She said she just wants a patch that won't jar the color sensibilities of her and' the tenants. First white man to come. near the present site of Helena, Mont. was Capt. Lewis Clark on July 19, 1805. STOPsiMPLE Gei soothing relief with FERCy MEDICINE PFO William C. Duncan, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Duncan, Army Specalist Third Class Ro- route 4, Blytheville, recently took | bert D. Blodgett, 22, whose wife arid part In a field training exercise parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Blod- held by the 4th Infantry Division in Germany. Duncan is a cook in Service Battery ot the division's 20th Field Artillery Battalion. First Lt., Aubrey Shelton, 24, son of James O. Shelton, of Osceola, re- [. cently was assigned to the 2nd Infantry Division at Fort Lewis, Wash. The division will move to Alaska in gett, live in Blytheville, recently completed an annual battery test YOU CAN'T STOP THE QUEEN MARY WITH A CLOTHESLINE., any mofelhonyo* can keep a tornado from hitting your hous«. Bvt you coft buy insurance — the rifl** hind, in the riatit amount. We'H be •led to odviM. NOBLE GILL AGENCY GLENCOE BLDG. Pho. 3-6868 for a younfi mam's Easter You go smart when you 90 Wesboro. Here's fashion and fine leather combined with a real value price! $795 7 Women's SKIMMER FLATS SKOOPS by Sizes 4 to 10 AA-B Widths Pink • Patent • Red - Yellow Smooth leather or suede! At school, parties, everywhere . .'. these are the shoes to be in! Low-cut sueded-lcather soled . . . SOFT at toe, sides, back. AS SEEN 7 IN SEVENTEEN 40 Pr. 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