The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 7, 1950
Page 3
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MONDAY, AUGUST T, 1950 BLYTHEVru.E, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE MODKHN WEAPON—Company M is a liQiivy weapons company. Above Is the heaviest of their weapons, a 75 millimeter weapon, one of the most inr 'cm (ield pieces of the United States Army. Gun etf-x Is i [roin the left) Herbert Graham, Buddy Kessler, Clyd* Quails mid Herman Storey. INSTRUCTION PERIOD—Guardsmen must attend 48 drill periods per year, plus the annual two weeks in summer camp./rhey draw a tull day's pay [or each drill period and are paid regular Army wages while at camp. Above, staff Sergeant John J. Duclos gives Instruction in the 80 millimeter mortar. .Co. M. Guardsmen Depart For years, a dependable .segment of America's peacetime Army has been made up of civilians who become soldiers one night a week. In peacetime the National Guard, in Blylheville and elsewhere, silently serves merely Ijy being ready. As in World Wars 1 and [1, this summer with the outbreak of the Korean war the Army and citizens of the United States looked to the Guard. Some units have liocn tailed to active duty. Oth- Courier News 1'hotos ers have been alerted. And the remainder fully expects to he pressed into action should the international situation remain lensu. Blythevi'lle's Company M, 153 Infantry Degiment, 39 Division, left early yesterday morning for summer encampment at Camp Robinson near Little Rock. There the guardsmen will demonstrate the results of their "night school" soldiering. AND NOT LEAST—Responsibility and companion o! every Infantryman Is his rifle. Members of Company ,vr were Issued rillos on leaving Blytlieville, will care for them en route to and from camp and while on problems and in the field while at camp. Robert liarham is pictured taking his M-l from rack. FKO.M TENT I'KCS TO SIIOK LACKS—Supply Sergeant EmII Damon, a World War II veteran, was busy for several days prior to the company's departure. His was the responsibility of seeing that each guardsman hud enough, and not too much, clothing and equipment. lie also supervised packing and transportation of equipment, rode with the motor convoy which carried equipment. Drawing equipment la Alvy B ready. • Story of Bantam Ben To Be Told in films yesterday to confer with producer* on filming the story of his life. Slated for Hit leads In tho, film, Icnlnlivcly titled "Follow the Sun." are Glenn Ford and Anno Baxter, , however, will play himsell in (-o!f sequences- CEliVl'TKK BOX— Floyd Se-ay machine gim while Stall Sergeant pons to cnmp with them. <)eft> and Hollle Berry simulate firing of the .30 calibre water-cooled Jack Mick checks procedure. The guardsmen took this and other wea- ZEBRA, TOP BRASS CONFER—First Sergeant J. R. Johroon, National Guard member prior to World War II and veteran of three-year Aleutian duty, and Capl. J. El. Eleeder, company commander, confer on departure of troops "aplaln Recdcr was overseas nearlv three yeart 'n World War 11, sen-ing In Iceland ina other portions of th j.uropean rricalcr. Captain feeder .s a graduate of Infantry officers Candidate Sciiool ot Fort Benning, Ga. HOLLYWOOD. Aug. 1. it's the HoRan .story. Hiintiiln Hen Ho|*rm. champion of n fairways, arrived In movie-town ^5 I ..irnn—T-^-T ,ANI) THE K1TCHKX SINK—Preparatory to departing for summor camp the guardsmen .spoilt sev eral nights at Ihc Armory packing nnd loading \ q-.npotcnt. Tlin/A'inj:; supplies on the truck above are (fror the left) Max James, Douglas Morris, riioina.s Stanford oud Merman Storey. 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