The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1955 · Page 3
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MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1955 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS News oi Men In the Service Pvt. Ralph M. Heathcock, son of Mr«. Ethel Borron, Holland .recently arrived in Hawaii and is now a member of the 25th Infantry Division. Heathcock entered the Army In October 19M and completed basic trainniB at Camp Chaffee, Arlc. Marine Cpl. Donald K. Greene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Greene of Osceola, participated in NATO amphibious maneuvers in Turkey in March with the reinforced 3rd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment. The battalion has been attached to the 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean since last January. On the current good-will tour of the Mediterranean area, the fleet has visited ports In Algeria, Italy, Greece and Turkey. Army Pvt. Sherman L. Topping, •whose wife, Daisy, lives on Route 1, Kennett. recently arrived in Germany and Is now a member of the 9th Infantry Division. Private Topping, son of Leland Topping, Route 1, Dowagiac, Mich., entered the Army in October 1954 and completed basic traniing ai Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. His mother, Mrs.- Ethel Garrett, lives at 307 Adams St., Dowagiac. PAGE THREft COMMISSIONED - Woody M. Townsend, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Townsend of Manila, who was recently commissioned a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force, received aircraft observer wings in graduation exercises at James Connally Air Force Base, Waco, Tex., on March 30,1955. He attended Manila High School, graduating in June 1951; and attended University of Arkansas, majoring in agriculture, afterwards entering the service in 1953. DISCHARGED — Donald Ray Hampton, son of Mr. and Mrs. R, H. Hampton of Manila, will receive his discharge on May 2. Returning aboard the destroyer USS Floyd B. Parks is Ne'al D. Passmore, quatermaster seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Noah M. Passmore of Route 1, Dyess, completing a tour of duty in Far East. Marine Sgt. Henry D. Shaneylelt, son of Mr. and Mrs. "Harry D. Shaneyfelt of Route 3, Blytheville, graduated in March from the Atomic, Biological and Chemical Defense School at the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station here. First Lt. Blair Buckley Jr., whose wife, Betty, lives in Edwards, Miss., is competing for a berth on the Korean communications Zone team that will participate in the Army Forces, Far East pistol tournameir In Japan. Lieutenant Buckley, whose par ent* live at Hayti, is supply office in the Korean Communicatio Zone's Headquarters Company. H entered the Army in June 1952, aft ec graduating from the U. S. Miii tary Academy at West Point. PFC Birlie L. KeUey, 21, whits parents live in Manila, is . amon 26,000 soldiers slated to participat in Exercise Apple Jack during Ma at the Yakima Firing Center, Wash Private First Class Kelley, a true] driver in the Quartermaster Com pany of the 2d Infantry Division entered the Army in January 195 and received basic training at Garni Chaffee, Ark. Pvt. Denier Y. Coffel, 19, son o Mrs. Ocie M. Coffel, Senath, i! among 26,000 soldiers slated to participate in Exercise App'le Jack during May at the Yakima Firing Center, Wash. Private Coffel, a member of the 3d Infantry Division's Quartermaster Company, entered the Arnjy in April 1954 and received basic training at Camp Chaffee, Ark. He is a former student at Senath Higl School. ON LEPROUS SITE St. James Palace, official seat of the British court, stands on the onetime site of a hospital for 14 "maidens that were leprous," mentioned In British history of 1100. TRAINING MANEUVER _ Pic Robert H. Slavings, 21. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Slavings, Hayti, recently participated In an Army training maneuver in Germany with the 48th Anti-Alrcraft Artillery Battalion. Private Slav- ings, a gunner in the battalion's Battery B entered the Army in September 1953 and arrived overseas last July. He attended Wardell High School. Henderson Picks Speaker for Commencement ARKADELPHIA, Ark. (/P) _ A former Arkansas educator, Dr. J. W. Reynolds, will deliver the commencement address for the spring raduiiting class at Henderson BASIC TRAINEE-Charles W. Elder. 20. son of Mrs. Mamie Elder, 905 McDaniel Street, Blytheville, is completing his Air Force basic training at Lackland Air Porce Base, San Antonio, Tex. State Teachers College here May 22. Dr. Reynolds is professor of junior college education at the University of Texas. He ooce was dean of Fort Smith Junior College at Fort Smith, Ark. Nebraska has 37,673 miles ol rural mail routes.' Dr. L. B. Shaw Chiropodist — Foot Specialist Will Be At WALLS HOSPITAL Thurs. Apr. 28 . For Appointment Call 3-4406 ALC Sets Meeting For Friday LITTLE ROCK (#> — The Arkansas Legislntive Council will meet Friday, to discuss nttie proposals referred to the group by the 1955 Legislature. The council is expected to assign studies of the House and Senate resolutions to its research stuff under supervision of various council committees. One proposal colls for a study of possibility of reducing Arkansas' present 423 public .school districts to 75—one for each county. Another resolution is for R study of organimation and operation of the State Revenue Department to determine if taxes may be collected more efficiently. Under other proposals the council would: Look into the need for more i clerical and technical help for the I Arkansas Supreme Court. I Study allegations of price fixing! n sale of milk. ! Investigate possibility of abolish- \ ing- the state land commissioner's I office. i The council will report to the 1957 General Assembly on these and the other studies. GKTS SCHOLARSHIP — John M. Elkius. .son of Mr. and Mrs. C. p Elkius o!' Wilson, is one of ten high school seniors to receive National Honor Scholarships at Washington University, St. Louis. He grn'Hmtes i»s vale- (lictorittn of his class in Wilson this June. The scholarship is worth 51,000 per your for a four- year course of study. Ripping Clothes Off Wife Gets Man Nine Months PJSA, Italy w—Jealousy which led Vtire Vamwccl to rip off hU wife's clothes and chase her linked down the street brousht him R 9' month jail sentence. A court convicted Vanned of ng- Biuvated assault olUiough his wife, Alfreda, 26. appeared In his de- fesse and testified they had been When PILE PAIN •Won't let up Send for this Free Book' "^ Then you'll know why ointments— salves—"home remedies," etc., so seldom give real or lasttnR help for piles, fistula, t'olon mid rectal troubles. Find out what you really should do, how 75,000 others, have been helped, under clinic plan that carries an actual written guarantee. Write, May. for FREE Book "HECTA1, and COLON DISEASES" Thornton Minor Hospital, Suite 1872 911 E. Linwood Kansas City 9, Mo. reconciled. Vamtcci said lu ripped off AJ- freda's clothes alter seeing her in the arms of an 18-year-old boy. The resulting chase caused a traffic jam In the city, even though It was near midnight. 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