The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1954 · Page 2
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TWO BLYTHEY1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1954 News of Men In the Service Ralph G- Brown, son o.f Mr. and Mi*. Tom Brown of Blytheville, has enlisted in the Marine Corps. He will undergo 10 weeks of basic training at the Marine Corps Re- <ruit Depot at San Diego, Calif. He attended Blytheville High School •nd was living in Blytheville before h* enlistment. Recently promoted to the rank of corporal i* Floyd M. Tate. son of William M. Tate of Blytheville, Route 4. A member of Medical Company Sllth Airborne Infantry Regiment, he took basic training at Fort Hood. Tex- and attended Leadership Training School ai Fort-Riley, Kans. He is presently assigned to the company as a Vehicle driver. COMMISSIONED—-Roger Lum, son of Mr, and Mrs. John Lum of Blytheville. received his commission as second lieutenant in the Army while attending school at The Missouri School of Mines, Rolla, Mo. He will graduate from the college as a mining engineer in 1955. Ke graduated from Blytheville High School in 1950. is a reconnaissance and survey officer in Battery B of the corps' 145th Field Artillery. Aboard the USS Rockwell, which returned recently to the U- S. after a five-month tour- of duty with the Now serving with the !0th Corps { Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean, in Korea, is Second Lt. Forrest^ P. i is Eldredge M. Paulk. boilermsm 3/c, USN, son of Mrs. L. M. Paulk of Keiser. His wife, Annie, lives in Pvt. Clarence V. Norman, son of Charles V. Norman of Kennett. Mo., recently arrived in Okinawa for duty with the 29th Regimental Combat Team. A combat engineer in the Combat team's 84th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battery, he entered the Ar- jny in 1950 and was stationed with the 453rd Engineer Construction Battalion in Korea before arriving on Okinawa. iTarbrough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Yarbrough of Steele, Mo. Entering the Army in Sept.. 1953, And arriving overseas in March, he j Osceola. ON LEAVE — Now home on leave visiting his parents after completing basic training- at Camp Chaffee, is Pvt. Billy O. Krech, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Krech of Biytheville, Route 3. He is assigned to Company D, Tenth Medium Tank Battalion of Fifth Armored Division. After his leave he will return to camp for eight weeks of advanced training. Pfc. Tommy J. Gathrlght, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gathright, Leachville, Route 3. recently was transferred to the 7th Division in Korea. Formerly a member of the 40th Infantry Division, he entered the Army in Feb., 1953, and completed basic training at Camp Rucker. Ala, He arrived overseas last August. IN KOREA ( — Now serving in Korea is Pvt. Harlan G. Bryeans, son of W. B. Bryeans, of Blytheville, Route 4. He is serving with Battery A of 145th Field Artillery Battalion. Completing basic training at Camp Chaffee he entered the Army last August. in Germany recently was Pvt. Charles D. Pinkerton. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hampton of Joiner, Route 1- He received basic training at Camp Chaffee. Ark, and was assigned to the division's 14th Armored Field Artillery Battalion. He entered the Army last December. Entering the Army last June, he completed basic training at Camp Chaffee. Pvt. Charles W. Temples, son of Mr- and Mrs- Walter Temples of Kennett, Mo., is now serving with the 7th Infantry Division in Korea. He received basic training at Camp Chaffee after entering the Army last December. He arrived in Korea last month. Richard Lee Conley was recently promoted to the rate of corporal while serving in jKorea. His wife, jLou. and his I mother, Mrs. Ella jPhillips live at JBlytheville, Route 12. Cpl. Conley is Inow serving with the 151st Engineering Construction Battalion in South Korea. He has been serving overseas since Aug., 1953 and entered the Army in Feb., 1953, and took basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Adenauer Plans I Visit to U.S. During October j BONN, Germany Of! — Chancellor Konrad Adenauer announced today he will visit the United ! States in October and accept an 1 honorary doctorate from Columbia University. Asked if he also would visit Washington to confer with Presi- ! dent Eisenhower and Secretary of I State Dulles, Adenauer said: | "If there is a possibility of meet; ing the President or Mr. Dulles I I shall glady avail myself of the i opportunity." | The 78-year-old: chancellor paid his first visit to the United States in March and April last year. He visited New york, Washington, San Frnacisco and Chicago. LITTLE LIZ— Ifs inconsistent, but the girl who is beautiful but dumb is never ignorant of the fact that she's beautiful. «NU» Crayon marks can be erased from parchment typ« shades if a ball of soft bread is rubbed over the spots. U. S. Population Hits 161,969,000 WASHINGTON <&)— The census ! Bureau says the nation's population ! including armed forces overseas, was about 161,969,000 on May 1. This was an increase of 2,767,000, or 1.7 per cent over the estimate at the beginning of May a year earlier. Hoile Selassie Heads for West ST. PAUL. Minn </P>—Haile Selassie, Ethiopia's solemn-eyed Lion of Judah, heads for the Far West today after voicing admiration for "your country's splendid farm industry." The African emperor's next stop t is Spokane, Wash. Yesterday he visited the Twin Cities and the rich farming country of southern Minnesota. His tightly crammed schedule brought him glimpses of greening fields, tall silos, the Hormel meat- packing plant at Austin and the famed Mayo Clinic at Rochester. Japs Ask Stricter U.S. Rice Inspection TOKYO (/P)—Kyodc news agency said today the government plans stricter inspection of American rice because Japanese eating it were developing diarrhea. The illness is brought on by morning glory seeds found mixed with the rice, Kyodo said. Now serving in Korea with the ( 987th Field Artillery Battalion is Pfc. Talmage O. Carnell, whose wife, Patsy, and mother, Mrs. Lize Car- Joining the 2nd Armored Divisionnell, live in Blytheville. SPECIAL SALE B.F. Goodrich HURRY- $ALi iNDS JULY 3 THt Tin THAT COMiS ON NtW CAM Silvertown $27.M 4.7t-lf m TAX AN* YOttt «£€Aff ABiE TIM Lift PtICE WITHOUT TtADE-IN $20^? SfECIAL TRADE-IN PRICE JIC15 t.M-tt PIUS TAX AMI ItCAPFAH! Tiff SPECIAL TRADE-IN PRICES •™ $iz. 6.50-16 6.40-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 8.00-15 S.2Q-15 Lit» prie» without trade-in $25.40 21.50 25.05 27.40 30.10 31.40 'w Flux tax and your recappabl* fir* flf.OS 16,12 lt.7f 20.15 22.57 13.51 \A/U|TTU/AI 1C" 1 "'• prlc *'' t *°' Th *r' m al»<-mlng ft 111 1 LTrnLLO whit. - w«i«r t. k*«p ci»<m. B.F. Goodrich Tubeless Tires 7"ht>r* or* mor« B. F. Goodrich Tube/etc Tires in us* than all other makes combine*/. Here's your opportunity to get BFG LIFE-SAVER protection on all 4 wheels! Protection against punctures, skids and bruise blowouts. 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