•i-T^i- ' PAGE TWELTO iJ (AKK.) COUKL'iK NEW! News of Men In the Service Dw»in H. Painter, son of Mr. and' Mrs. Olen Painter of 519 South 21st Street, Byltheviile, has received a promotion to boatswain's mate third clan, TJSN, while serving aboard the destroyer USS Yarnall. Pvt. tleaven Wiley, whose wife, Sadie Mae, lives at 505 East 15th Street, CaruthersyHle, Mo., recently •rrived in Korea for duty with X Corps. In the Army since last October. Pvt. Wiley lost served with the Sixth Armored Division at Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. Hufus Allison, ariose wife, Mattle, Jives at Blytheville, Rt. 3, recently was promoted to private first class with the Army in Japan. A supply clerk with the 382nd General Hospital, Pfc. Allison entered the Army in Jan., 1952, and received basic training at Camp Picked, Va. He arrived overseas last December from Camp Chaffee. Ark. MONDAY, JUNE 22, 195S Airman 2-c Jack B. Huftman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilborn Huffman of Osceola, recently graduated from the Army's Engineer School in Murnau, Germany. An auto mechanic In the 3909th Motor Vehicle Squadron at Lakenheath, England, he has served In Europe since May, 1952. Airman Huffman holds the Purin AT MEC1I SCHOOL — Ben K. Young, .son of Mr. and Mrs Huford Young, 1301 South Franklin, Blytheville, recently promoted to Airman third class, is stationed at Chanute Field, 111., while taking a specialized aircraft mechanic course. Airman Young qualified as an expert on the '-ii'le range in basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, Tex., recently. ...FLIGHT ENGINEER — Airman 1/c Murhl J. Goodman, of Armorel, a flight engineer with the 483rd Troop Carrier Wing's Kyushu Gyp.sy Squadron, checks the prop blades of a U.S. Air Force C-47 Skytrain before taking off on another Korean airlift mission. pie Heart for wounds received Korean action. Lt. Patrick- H. Corrigan, 910 West Army Sgt. Billy J. Sparks, son of Ash. Blytheville, is in the final John Sparks of Hayti, who recently Base Section which provides supplies, services, communication and transportation for the UN fighting forces. Pvt. Hogan entered the Army in Oct., 1951. returned to the U.S. from Korea, is ferving with the 99th Anai-Aircraft Artillery Battalion in Detroit. Sgt. sparks is an ammunition chief in Battery C of the 99th Battalion. He entered the Army in Feb., 1951, and has served in Japan and and Korea. Pvt. Charles K. McDaniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Starr McDainel. Hayti, Ht. 1, recently arrived in Korea for duty with the 25th Infantry Division. List stationed at the Eta Jima Specialist School nl Japan, Pvt. McDaniel entered the Army in Oct., 1952. Taft Wants Bricker Bill Modified WASHINGTON (I?) - Son . Taft (R-Ohioi said today he hopes the State Department will attempt to draft a compromise version of a proposal by Sen. Bricker (H-Ohioj to limit treaty-making powers. Secretary of State Dulles has opposed Jincki-r's proposed constitutional amendment in Ik present form and President Elsenhower has sai he fears it would hamper his conduct of foreign relations. The Bricker proposal, as approved by tiie Senate Judiciary Committee, would prevent any treaty from hav- ng f-i feet as domestic law unless "'ongre.ss approved. Pvt. T. L. Hogan, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. Hogan, Kennett, Et. 3, recently arrived in Korea for duty Trfth the Long Lines Signal Group. week of the annual two week cruise lor the officers and men of Naval Air Reserve Aviation Transport Squadron 791. All personnel of these squadrons are civilians who meet at the Memphis NARTU on one weekend each month and receive training as individual squadrons. *v~™»-$ His unit is part of the Korean ailment. Fred McMurray's Wife Succumbs SANTA MONICA, Calif. (/Pi—Mrs. Lillian Mat-Murray, wife of actor Fred MacMurray. died today on the eve on their nth wedding anniversary. She had been ill several years. Mrs. MacMurray, 45, the former Lillian La Monte and at one time n model in New York, entered St. John's Hospital recently suffering rom a kidney infection and heart RADAR INSTRUCTOR — A/2c WyUe A. Tate, Jr.. of Luxora, is an instructor-rin airborne radar equipment in the Airman's Electronic Department at Keesler Ail- Force Base, Biloxi, Miss. Oldest agricultural society in the United States Is Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, organized in 1785. Dne of Top : ugtfives Nabbed SAN FRANCISCO (IP} — Donald harlcs Fittercr, one of the nation's 0 •«••' ' intcd criminals. Was ar- esu d by a cordon of armed officers t tin ' ir Francisco-Oakland Bay End i toll pla2a yesterday as hun- •eds of blockaded motorists looked n. The FBI said the unarmed fugi- K. u i i jested on a telephone, tip th it IIP A mid be crossing the bridge about 5 p.m. in a Dodge sedan. B. K. 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