Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1968 · Page 23
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July 1, 1968

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 23

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ALTON EVMN8 TELf GRAPH IMP for Aivarded In The Military Air Force Sgt Daatel ft. son frf Mr. aud Mrs James W, Thompson of 76 Crestvlew t»fh«e, East Alton Mi been decorated with tti§ Bronze star Medal at 'Fan Son Nhut Alfbase in Vien&m. Me received the medal for meritorious service while en* gaged hi military operations against Viet Cong forces. A Purple was awarded to Army Spfec. 4 MWhael R. DMT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Dttrr, of Hardin. Spec. 4 Durr received the award for wounds received in action while serving to Vietnam. First Lt. Richard D. Veith Assumed command of the 556th Transportation Company near Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam, recently. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Veith, Jr. 1439 Ladd, EdwardsviUe. Also assigned to Vietnam was Pvt. l.C. Leon W. Buchanan, whose wife, Kris, is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Ford, 2428 Henderson St., Al ton. He will serve with the 557th Light Maintenance company near Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam. Serving with the 5th Artillery near Quan Lot, Vietnam, is Sgt. Lee G. Hafleman. His wife and three children live at 407 East Drive, East Alton. Near Chu Lai, Vietnam, Is Spec. 4 Gorton E. Lyons Jr., whose wife, Karen, lives at 912 Ruskin Ave., Edwardsville. Also in Vietnam is Sgt. Homer L. Salzman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Snipler, Brighton. Salzman was transferred to Bien Hoa where he is NCO is charge of the Military Police force. Two area secvicemen have completed training at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. They are: Pvt. Danny L. Doersam and Pvt. Louis S. Perko. Doersam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo E. Doersam, Rte. 3, Edwardsville, completed advanced training as a combat engineer. Perko, who lives at 1328 14th St., Cottage Hills, finished basic training. In the Air Force, Sgt. Richard V. Bimte is on duty at Da- Nang AFB, Vietnam. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon C. Bunte of 15 Washington Place, Edwardsville. On duty at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai AFB, Thailand, is Sgt. Morris W. Shaw, whose wife, Barbara, is the daughter of A. R. Holloway of Shipman. Major Paul W. Feilner, son of ttf. and Mrs. Harry B. Fell' net of Orafton, has received his MS degree at t»e Air Force In stitute of Technology, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio. Ma]. Feilner, majored in electrical engineering and has now been assigned to the Missile Development Center at Hoi- toman AFB, N.M. communications specialist, Sgt. Orvffle M. Harvey of Alton has arrived for duty at Ent AFB in Colorado. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville M. Harvey, Sr., of 5466 Humbert. Airman Glen M. Thaxton, son of Mr. and Mrs. James P. Thaxton, 710 Pine St., Greenfield, lias completed basic training at Amarillo AFB in Texas. The 1967 graduate of Greenfield High School has been assigned to the Air Force Technical Center at Sheppard AFB in Texas for specialized school- Ing as a medical service specialist. Airman Susan L. Kempher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Kemrher of 906 Ruskin Ave., Edwardsville, has completed basic training at Lackland Air Force Base. She has been assigned to the Air Force Tech nical Training Center at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas for specialized schooling as a medical service specialist. She is a 1965 graduate-of Edwardsville High School and she attended Southern Illinois University before going in the sew ice. Airman Robert L. Roblson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie F. Robison of 1819 Belle St., Alton, las completed training at Lack- and AFB and is also assigned :o Sheppard AFB for schooling as a communications expert Raymond E. Holntan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Hoi- man of 2216 Locust St., Alton, las been promoted to Airman l.C. in the U.S. Air Force. He is an electrical power specialist at Tan Son Nhut AB n Vietnam as a member of the Pacific Air Forces. On his second tour of duty to Vietnam is Marine Sgt Ronald StilweU, son of Otto Stilwen of Alton. StilweU, who has served 14 years in the Marines, is marled to the former Joyce Stauf- :er of AHon. Mrs. StilweU and ler two children make their home at 5206 Duco, Alton. Entering officers candidate school for the Navy is William Fenton, pon of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Teriton of Chesterfield. Robert ClMieden, EON 8, Is assigned to Vietnam with his battalion from Gulfport, Miss. He is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Albeit Oneden of Kane. An Alton serviceman Is tin- dergoint* nine weeks of b a s l c training at the San Diego Naval Training Center. He is Sea< man Recruit Larry T. DnCon* toon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul 0. DuCommun, 3325 Brown St., Alton. Two East Alton servicemen are serving aboard the USS America, an attack carrier sta< tioned in the Gulf of Tonkin. They are Machinist Mate l.C. Thomas L. Tucker, son of Mrs. Ruth Chitwood, 413 3rd St., and Electrician's Mate 3.C. Thomas L. Burgess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burgess, 259 Linden wood. 63 Crows in 30 Minutes Wins Contest ROGUE RIVER, Ore. (AP) TE-Bird won the 16th annual Rogue River Rooster Crow Saturday by crowing 63 times in 30 minutes to the delight of about 3,000 spectators. TE-Bird, owned by Floyd Fitch of Grants Pass, Ore., took a commanding lead early in the competition against 115 other roosters from aU over the state One rooster who finished weU back in the pack was entered by Navy Lt. Brian D. Remer, serving aboard the USS Ranger of: the coast of Vietnam. Gov. Tom McCaU's entry Call-Me-Tom, turned in a less than spectacular 23 crows, bul old-timers said it was a record for gubernatorial roosters. The most crows ever recorded in a 30-minute contest period at Rogue River was 109 by Beetle- baum in 1953. Fishing Fleet Gets Blessing GLOUCESTER, Mass. (AP) — Richard Cardinal Cushing of Boston gave the fisherman of this old sailing town his annual blessing Sunday at the conclusion of the annual St. Peter's ! iesta ' SOUTH HOLLAND, -ft. 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