The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 13, 1975 · Page 9
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April 13, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 9

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Page 10-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Sunday, April 13, 1975 ,,. w ,, f . v . : .y M «.y^^^^^ mm • : x : Jra:*::::*^ $ JUI ft |* I f| A | Local Men Serving Nation J Home on Furlough EDKER L. BRENTHAM JR. Brentham Chosen for Tech Class SAN ANTONIO — Airman Edker L. Brentham Jr., son of Mrs. Annie R. Story, 3rd N. 800 E., Nephi, has been selected for technical training in the U.S. Air Force administrative field at Keesler AFB, Miss. The airman recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., where he studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Airman Brentham is a 1974 graduate of Bell, Calif., High School. Infantryman Lauded for Excellence SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii — Army PFC Lewis S. Wirth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Wirth, 86 E. 1700 S., Orem, was awarded the Expert Infantryman Badge while assigned to the 25th Infantry Division here. The badge is the Army's highest non-combat proficiency award for infantrymen. PFC Wirth qualified for the award through proficiency in combat tactics, weapons firing and physical fitness tests. He also passed a series of written examinations. Stationed in Thailand U.S. AIR FORCES, Thailand — Airman 1-c Ronald C. Baum, son of Mrs. Bartine Carter of 430 N. 200 E., Spanish Fork, has arrived for duty at Korat Royal Thai AFB, Thailand. Airman Baum, an avionics systems instrument specialist with a unit of the Pacific Air Forces, previously served at Luke AFB, Ariz. The airman is a 1971 graduate of Spanish Fork High School. His wife, Brenda, is the daughter of Robert Llewellyn of 982 E. 300 S., Spanish Fork. Jack Danner Member of Honored Unit AGANA, Guam — Sgt. Jack R. Danner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Danner of 1026 W. 570 N. Orem, is a member of the 43rd Strategic Wing at Andersen AFB, Guam, that recently received the U.S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with Combat "V" device. ' Sergeant Danner is a vehicle operator with the 43rd which was cited for meritorious service from January to November 1973. Sergeant Danner is a 1971 graduate of Orem High School. Graduates as Noncom FT. BRAGG, N.C. - Army Sgt. Ted A. Poulson, son of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Kenneth D. Poulson, 910 N. 100 W., Pleasant Grove, graduated from the U.S. Army Noncommissioned Officers Academy here. He received instruction in drill and ceremonies, physical training, leadership, map reading, and weaponry. He is assigned to the 283rd Engineer Detachment. The average annual temperature of Louisiana ranges from 64.1 degrees in the northern part of the state to 70.8 degrees near the mouth of the Mississippi River. MARK J. BURNSIDE PI. Grove Man Finishes Basic FORT ORD, Calif. - Army E-2 Mark J. Burnside has completed his eight-week basic training at Fort Ord, Calif., and has been re-assigned to Fort Gordon, Ga., for eight weeks of training in military police. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Burnside of Pleasant Grove. Assigned as MP FT. BELV01R, Va. - Army PFC John.R. Lee, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ned J. Lee, 409 N. 2050 W., Provo, is assigned as a senior military policeman in the U.S. Army Executive Flight Detachment here. PFC Jim Davis of Orem, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray F. Davis, is presently home on leave from the U.S. Marine Corps after completing Recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Training Center, San Diego, Calif. Marine Corps basic is 11 weeks of rigorous training which puts an individual in peak mental and physical condition. Jim successfully completed classes in Marine Corps history, land navigation, first aid and personal hygiene. Also included were courses of physical conditioning, rifle marksmanship, and self defense training. Jim enlisted in the Marine Corps Jan. 6, 1975. He has been selected to attend the Administrative Supply Mechanized Account School for nine weeks at Camp Pendleton, Calif. While attending basic training, Jim was meritoriously promoted to his present rank of private first class. After his leave he will be attached to the Marine Corps Recruiting Office in Provo for one month prior to attending his school. While in the Provo office, Jim will be on hand to talk with interested people and give them first hand information on the new programs of the Marine Corps. Jim was enlisted into the Marine Corps by Sgt. Bruce De Young. PFC SHARON J. THOMPSON, a military policewoman at Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C., wear-tests a pantsult uniform proposed for use by certain members of the Women's Army Corps. Some 300 WACs across the country are Involved In the test. Recommendations are expected to be made to the Army Uniform Board by the middle of this year. Serves in German/ Payson Man Learning to Fly NEW ULM, Germany — Army Spec. 4 Mark 0. Peck, a 1974 graduate of Orem High School, is assigned as a welder with the 56th Field Artillery Brigade here. PAYSON - Verl B. Sudweeks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Verl C. Sudweeks of Payson, has begun basic flight training at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla. After he is graduated from aviation officer candidate school, he will embark on more than a year of intensive ground and inflight training leading to his designation as a naval aviator. Prudential Federal Savings, where you expect excellence, now offers- crystal and sterling silver combine to provide a fine collection of crystalware. Prudential Federal's 59 year record of strength, safety.and high interest rates on savings combine to provide the real measures of excellence on which to base a thoughtful comparison of financial institutions. From now through June, PFS is offering an elegant 35- piece collection of silver-banded crystalware as an added incentive to save. All pieces are free, or at a special savers discount price, with a minimum qualifying deposit of $300 or more* As an added incentive to save during April, choose from ten additional gifts. This additional gift program includes personal items for you and useful items for your home—free or at considerable saving with a minimum qualifying deposit of $500 or more. Choose from such items as a G.E. alarm clock, a deluxe tote bag, a Regal ten-speed blender, a G.E. clock radio, a Bomar electronic calculator, a Rockwell %" variable speed drill, and a Cornwall four-quart electric Slow Cooker. But, far more important than the gifts, your savings institution should be known and respected for its financial excellence. Prudential Federal Savings is one of the nation's largest savings and loans with assets in excess of $400,000,000. Here, your insured savings earn at the highest interest rates permitted by law-now insured to $40,000 by an agency of the Federal Government. 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