The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1954 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVt News of Men In the Service Among the men who participated in Operation Flag' Hoist on Iwo Jima were Thomas L. Tillery, seaman, USN ,of Blytheville, Route 4, aboard the USS Telfair- and Willie D. Harris, ship's service seaman, USN, son of Mrs. Florence Harris of Blytheville, aboard the attack Transport USS Mountrail. Cpl. William M. Delong, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Delong of Blythevijle, has arrived at an air base in Korea for duty with a squadron of Aircraft Group 12 of the First Marine Aircraft Wing. Scheduled to return to Norfolk, Va., fro mthe Far East aboard the battleship USS Wisconsin in May is John F. Cocke, fireman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Cocke, Jr., of Blytheville. The Wisconsin recently participated in Operation Flag Hoist off Iwo Jima. I Three Southeast Missourians are{ BOW serving in Korea with the) 196th Field Artillery of the Tenth Corps. They are; Pvt. Charles F. Alston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rox Alston of Caruthersville, Mo., Route 1, entered the! Army in May, 1953, and is a can- noneer in Battery B. Pfc. Harold Gregory, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gregory of Steele, Mo., a driver in Battery B entered! the Army last April. Pvt. Virgil Key, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Key of Kennett, Mo., a cannoneer in Headquarters Battery entered the Army last May. Now taking part in Exercise Spearhead, a large-scale Army training maneuver being held at Fort Hood, Tex., is Cpl. Kenneth A. Zornes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlin Zornes of Dell. He is a cannoneer in Battery C of the 27th Armored Field Artillery Battalion. Cpl. Richard S. Childs. whose wife, Leatrice, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Childs, live in Keiser, is taking part in Exercise Spearhead at Fort Hood, Tex. A former University of Mississippi student, he is now 7 an ammunition specialist in Battery A of the Division's 73rd Armored Field Artillery Battalion. Two brothers recently promoted PROMOTED — Grady G. Magee, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Guy D. Magee of Manila, was recently promoted to the rate of Yeoman 2/c. Attached to the personnel department at San Diego Naval Base, he is now assigned to the Yeoman B School for special training. to corporal while serving in Korea with the Tenth Corps, were Berl and Harold Sigler, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sigler of Hayti. Mo. Berl, a requisition clerk, and Harold, a supply clerk, in the corp's Headquarter's Company, entered the Army last August and completed basic training at Camp Polk, La. RECORDS INTERVIEWS — Pfc. Bobby Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Smith of Blytheville, is shown auove recording an interview with Cpl. Harold Pockriss of Brooklyn, N. Y., in Augusburg, Germany. Pfc. Smith gathers recordings to use for documentary radio programs for the 43rd Infantry Division. Before entering the Army he worked for radio station KLCN in Blytheville. theny of Blytheville. off Iwo Jima. Pfc. Arthur Fields. Jr., son of Mrs. Essie M. Bennett, of Osceola. is taking part in Exercise Spearhead at Fort Hood, Tex. A rifleman in the division's 634t-h Infantry Battalion, he entered the Army in Feb. 1953. Kenneth W. Dickson, son of Iva E. Dickson of Blytheville, received a commission as second lieutenant in the Air Force upon hs graduation from, basic jet pilot school at Brya Air Force Base, Tex. He was graduted from Armorel High School in 1950 and attended! Arkansas State, in Jonesboro, where he was a pre-medical student. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. (ff) — Jacob S. Potofsky. president of the CIO Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, says the 385.000 member union Is one of the richest in the world with assets of over "a quarter of a billion dollars." "We were penniless, obscure orgi- nizatlon 40 years ago," he said. "Today we are well known rich in honor and rich In material resources. "Honor cannot oe measured by material resources can. They exceed a quarter or a billion dollars, if we include our subsidariei." Union-owned banks, insurance companies, hospitals, credit unions and apartment houses all go to make up the organization's great wealth. Insecticides in concentration may reduce soil fertility by slowIns: down the decomposition of organic mutters. Cpl. Charles E. Frankum, son of Jerry Frankum of Blytheville, Route • 2, will move to the Yakima, Wash., | Firing Center this month to participate in Exercise Hill Top with the 44th Infantry Division. Cpl. Frankum is stationed at Firt Lewis, Wash., as clerk of the 123rd Infantry Regiment's Company L. Scheduled to arrive at San Diego, Calif., from the Far East aboard the destroyer tender USS Prairie in May is Billy M. Matheny, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ma- Among the 45 men who recently went on an 85-mile overland trek duplicating Balboa's exploratory trip across the Isthmus fo Panama was Pfc. Meyer N. Sanders, son of Mr. and Mrs. James U. Sanders of Kennett. Mo. An aidman in the 33rd Regimental Combat Team, Sanders and the men made most of the trip on foot, but used native boats where they could. He entered the Army in Feb. 1953. Now serving with the 196th Field Artillery Battalion of the Tenth! Corps in Korea is Pfc. Glenn Dob- ! bins, son of' Mr. and Mrs. Austin j Dobbins of Manila. { A cannoneer with the unit, Pvt. Dobbins entered the Army in March, 1953, and arrived in Korea last September. Moyd Tillery, seaman, USN, husband "of Lorene Tillery of Blytheville, Route 1, and Melvin B. Tillery, seaman. USN, husband of Frances Tillery of Luxora, Route 1, are both aboard the attack transport USS Telfair. 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