The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1956 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 16, 1956
Page 8
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PAfeE EIGHT BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 18,1959 News oi Men In the Service Bet. First Class Cara F. Faulkner, son of Mrs. Bertha D. Culllns, of Kennett, recently was assigned to the 8033rd Army unit In Korea. He Is an electric motor specialist and is a Navy veteran. He entered the Army in 1947. Bgt. Johnny M. Cason, .son of Mrs Beaulah F. Frazler, of Kennett, is participating In firing test* with the 269th Field Artillery Battalion at Port Carson, Colo. He is assigned as a wire team chief in the battalion's Headquarters Battery. The tests include gunnery, communications and motor movement operations. Army Pvt. Lozell Henderson, son of Mrs. Maudree Henderson, of Blytheville, recently completed a three-day ranger field training exercise at Fort Riley. Kans. A maintenance specialist In Battery B of the 1st Infantry Division's 7th Field Artillery Battalion. Henderson entered the Army in 1950. Pvt Paul J. Chllders, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Q. Chllders. of Joiner, is receiving basic combat training with the 8th Infantry Division at Port Carson. Colo. His unit, the 28th Field Artillery Battalion, is preparing for Its move to Europe next fall as part of Operation Gyroscope, a rotation plan. Sgt. James C. Walters, 22, whose wife, Reba, lives in Senath, Is a member of the 8th Infantry Division at Port Carson, Colo. He is a veteran of the. Korean conflict, holding the Purple Heart. His unit will leave for Europe next fall. Army Specialist Second Class Bobbie J- Privett, son of Bobbie Privett, of Caruthersville, recently received a bronze clasp with two loops to the Good Conduct Medal at Fort Riley, Kans. It slgnifys his second award of the medal. He is a veteran of nine years of Army service and has served in the Far Hast and the European theater. ON OKINAWA — Cpl. Larry W. Isaacs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Isaacs, of Manila, recently took part In a training exercise in Okinawa. His unit, the 5th Field Artillery Rocket Battery, fired under simulated combat conditions. Isaacs Is a fire direction computer in the battery. He has been in the Far East since August. to Alaska in July and August. Rhew is a wlreman in Headquarters Co. of the 23rd Infantry Regiment's 3rd Battalion. Two Blytheville soldiers, Sgt. First Class Clarence H. Turner and PFC Horatio L. Jones, are scheduled to leave the D. a. for Germany next month on a rotation plan. Their unit Is the Third Armored Division, now stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. It will replace the Fourth Infantry Division. Turner is the son of Mrs. Ada Brown, of ute J. Jones' wife, Mary, lives rout* I. Jerry L. Rhew, IT. son of Mary A. Rhew, of Kennett, ntly was assigned to the Seo- nfantry Division at Fort Lewash. The division will move GRADUATES — Specialist Third Class James L. Hard- Ing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Harding, of Kennett, recently was graduated from a clerk typist course at Seventh Army Headquarters in Germany. He entered the army in September, 1954. Harding Is a graduate of the University of Missouri and is a member of Delta Sigma PI fraternity. Camp Chaffee. PFC Richard L. Baker, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Baker, of Blytheville, recently was graduated from the I Corps non-commissioned officer academy in Korea. He is a polel incman In the 24th Infantry Division's signal company. He received instruction in leadership of units, map reading and othiir military subjects. Naval Aviation Cadet Morris W. Lutes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lutes, Blytheville, reported to the Naval Air Station March 19 for advanced training. He completed basic flight instruction at Pensacola, Fla. Upon completion of the course at Memphis, he will return to Pensacola for the final phase of his training before receiving his Navy wings. Army Specialist Third Class David F James, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton James Sr., of Haytl, recently was graduated from the 3rd Infantry Division's non-commissioned officer academy at Fort Benning. Qa. He Is a member of Company B in the division's third battalion. Pvt. Robert L. Robinson, son of Richard Robinson, of Blytheville, recently was graduated from the supply handling course at the quartermaster school, Fort Lee, Va. He entered the Army In October, 1986, and completed basic training st Army Pvt. Richard Franklin Jr., son of Mrs. Ossie Franklin, of Steele, Is a member of the 543rd Engineer Co., a part of the Army's European Communications Zone In France. Communications Zone units man major U. S. supply installations and depots In France and transport men and supplies from French ports to American forces in Germany. Specialist Thlrii Class JBhn N. Dent, son of John A. Dent, of Steele, is scheduled to leave the U. S. for Germany next month us part of O peratlon Gyroscope, the Army's rotation plan. His unit Is the Third Armored Division, now stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. He Is a mechanic in Company B of the 36th Armored Infantry Battalion. Let Us Worry About Your 'TERMITE TROUBLE Due to the fact that termite* are becoming more prevalent in this country each year, all the new homes, as well as the old, should be under termite insurance. We find a lot of practically new homes with major damage caused by termites. Call us and one of our representatives will explain our termite insurance plan to you. All Work Guaranteed TERMITE CONTROL CO. SUPERIOR 535 N. 6th State License Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2-2350 Wells-2" to 16" Irrigation - Industrial - Municipal - Domestic WATER is our BUSINESS We Drill For It Pump It Soften It Filter It Cool It Irrigate With It GINNERS - TAKE NOTICE: Let us furnish your water needs for fire fijhting power unit cooling, for statifiers. HOME WATER SYSTEMS 3 Yean to Pay Complete iron remoTal, filtering md softening system* built It fit yoir need*. We hare the answer U yoir needs for greater water rolmftt and preMire*. McKinnon Irrigation Co. Phone 112 or 190 — Manila, Ark. Army Sgt. First Class Charles H. Fry, son of Mrs. Mildred E. Randall, of Blytheville. is taking part in Exercise Lodestar Baker, three-month maneuver at Fort Carson, Colo. Fry Is a platoon sergeant, assigned to the 77th Special Forces Group Airborne, regu- TELETYPE OPERATOR — Leonard H. Swain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eligha Swain, of Route 3, Blytheville, Is being trained as a teletype operator specialist at Francis E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming. He completed basic training recently at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. larly stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C. Specialist Third Class Lloyd Brlmager, son of Mrs. Pearl Wood- am, of Kennett. Is a member of the 4th Infantry Division in Germany. He is a cannoneer with Battery B of ll)e division's 20th Field Artillery Battalion. Army Sgt. fred H. Potts, 24. whose wife, Ester and mother, Mrs. Bryan Potts, live in Osceola, Is a member of the First Infantry Division at Fort Riley, Kans. The division returned to the U. S. in October, 1955, after 13 years overseas. Potts is a gunner in Battery B of the division's Filth Field Artillery Battalion. Reserve Officers To Hear Faubus PT. CHAFFEE. Ark. (IP) — Gov. Orval Faubus will be featured speaker at the annual convention of the Arkansas Reserve Officers Association here April 21. About 200 reserve officer from al! nrmed services are expected to attend. CARRIER PILOT — Navy Lt. Steve Ralph Jr., son of Mrs. Mary L. Ralph, of Osceola, has qualified as a carrier pilot. To qualify, he completed six landings aboard the light aircraft carrier USE Saipan in the Gulf of Mexico. Ralph is now undergoing Instruction in instrument flying at Corry Field Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. EXPECTING ASSIGNMENT — Raymond wilkes VVestbroow, 18, son of Henry Westbrook, of Blytheville, is completing his Air Force Basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. He will be assigned to duty at another base or v/ill go into technical training. Beer Hall Brawls Bring Restriction AUGSBURG, Germany (/P) — A U. S. Army general Saturday restricted every officer and man in his division to their posts for. the weekend because of a wave of brawls in German Beer halls. Maj. Gen Derrill M. Daniel, commander of the llth Airborne Division, said he took the measure "to protect the reputation of the division and to maintain harmonious relations with the Germans." It was the first time that a U. S. commander In postwar Germany restricted his entire division as a disciplinary measure. The order involves 10.000 to 15,000 men. In a talk to his men here, Daniel said: There is no place In the llth Airborne Division for bad soldiers or hoodlums." A spokesman said disciplinary action against individual soldiersMn- volved has already been taken. Details of tne incidents were not made public. German newspapers reported that some of incidents involved both Lamb and Lions LOS ANGELES UP) — Carl C. Lamb has been chosen to head the Lions Club here. soldiers and Germans..Daniel said that the incidents were "damaging our reputation and endangering our relations with the Germans." The division completed its transfer from Ft. Campbell, Ky., last month. The doodle bug always walks backward. Arkansas, Four Others Expected To Adopt Interposition Resolutions ATLANTA tfl-FIve more south-1 plated in their state legislatures it ern states-Including Arkansas — | present. are expected to adopt interposl- under the tneory ot Interposlt- tlon resolutions on the U. 8. Su-|| 0np disputing states'say the high preme Court's integration decision, | cour t overstepped its authority la says Atty. Gen. Eugene Cook of Georgia. Cook said he had learned from state officials that Interposition resolutions will be adopted at coming legislative sessions In Louisiana. Florida, Texas. North Carolina and Arkansas. In an address to the Emory University Law School, Cook stld only three more are needed to constitute "an affirmative rejection under the amending power." Legislatures in Georgia, Alabama, Virginia. South Carolina and Mississippi, he said, have already approved resolutions "interposing" their "sovereignty" in the case. He said attorneys general of Kentucky, Missouri, Maryland and Tennesse have told him that no interposition resolutions are contem- Court Grounds Stowaway NEW YORK MV-Wanderley D» C'unha Camargo, 21, Brazilian who flew here twice from Rio de Ja neiro as an airline stowaway, has been grounded for six months. Federal Judge Leo Rayfield sentenced him to the House of Dention for six months each on charges of illegal entry and being « stowaway. The sentences are to be served concurrently. 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