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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1957, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2 the Cedar rapids Gazette sun., july 14, 1957 by Bruce Fishwild. Five of Cedar rapids sons were reported last week to be taking courses in five of the services finest training schools for lawyers pilots machinists and medical Aid men. Marine second it. John c. I Culver son of or. Anc mrs. W. C. Culver 360 Woodland drive be was graduated june 17 from the nine week naval Justice course at Camp Bootle trainees we Fishwi. Tember 1955, j he was Grade Jug ated from har a Vard University. Aviation Cadet David l. Simon son of or. And mrs. Anthony j. Simon 1300 Oakland Road be is attending the Navy a preflight school at Pensacola Fla. Upon completion of the pre flight course he will be assigned to primary flight training at Saufley Field naval auxiliary air station near Pensacola. He attended Loras College before entering the aviation Cadet program. Second it. Walter c. Hickman son of or. And mrs. W. K. Hickman 1902 Bowling Street so is taking Multi engine Pilot training at Goodfellow air Force base Texas. A former student at Roosevelt High school it. Hickman has nine years of service with overseas time in Germany and North Africa. He received his commission through officer candidate school and took primary training at Bartow Fla. He and mrs. Hickman live in san an Gelo Texas. Airman apprentice Gordon a. Breithaupt. Son of or. And mrs. Gordon j. Breithaupt 550 h Street so is attending the Basic aviation machinists mate school at the naval air technical training Center at Memphis Tenn. Pvt. Robert c. Schloss son of or. And mrs. Paul v. Schloss 927 third Street so recently completed the Basic medical Aid Man s course at the army medical service school fort Sam Houston Texas. In the army since last november he took Basic training at fort Chaffee Ark. He attended Coe College. Foreign linty specialist 3/c Robert p. Donovan husband of Beverly Donovan 1208 Ellis Boulevard new recently was assigned to the army ordnance depot at Nancy France. A Driver. Specialist Donovan entered the army in september 1955. He was stationed at fort Belvoir va., before arriving in France last month. Machinist mate 1/c Jimmie g. Vernon son of Jess c. Vernon 928 fifteenth Avenue so returned to san Diego Calif., recently after a tour of duty in the Western Pacific aboard the destroyer Richard b. Anderson. The Anderson visited Japan during the Cherry Blossom festivals tile Philippines and Hong Kong. Specialist 3/c David e. Crew Eon of j. A. Crew 2316 a Avenue be has been assigned to the Twenty fourth infantry division in Korea the son of mrs. A. J. Alexander 1114 e Avenue new specialist Crew is radio chief in j a battalion headquarter. He has been overseas since april. A 1953 graduate of Roosevelt High school he attended Cornell College be fore entering the army in june of 1955. Promoted Myron g. Bloom grandson of mrs. Anton Krejci 157 thirteenth Avenue so to staff sergeant in the air Force at Dover air Force base. Del. Sgt Bloom is a Load master on a military air transport service plane. A 1953 graduate of Wilson High school he at tended of lege before en7 tearing the air Force. His wife and daughter Are in Delaware with him. Howard Good son of or. And mrs. W. J. Good 1629 e Avenue be to technical sergeant in the air Force at Carswell air Force base fort Worth Texas. Inductees name of seven men who will leave Cedar rapids this week for induction into the army were reported last week by the Linn county draft Board. They Are David w. Randolph 314 twentieth Street new Clarence . Kuhn. 1726 first Avenue new Leslie n. Bedell 1002 Center Point Road be Laurence r. Laurienzo 401 memorial drive be James b. Whisler 5314 twelfth Street be. Only Randolph applies on the county a july quota. The other four Are transfers from other boards. Home on Fen re pvt. Dennis d. Mom son of or and mrs. Leo Kimm 1248 third Avenue be for 15 Days from an infantry unit at fort Lewis Wash. He has been in the army since March 24. Pvt. John l. Kraft son of l. D. Kraft 173 nineteenth Avenue so for 22 Days from the naval air station at Jacksonville Fla., where he is attending aviation fundamentals school. A former student at Wilson High school he has been in the Marine corps since february. After completing the Florida school he will attend a technical school it Memphis Tenn. Nuclear Field Seaman apprentice David v. Clark son of or and mrs. Vernon n. Clark 4900 Louisa Street be for 14 Days from the naval training Center at great lakes Iii where he is attending Interior communications electrician school. A 1955 graduate of Franklin High school he has been in the Navy since april 29. While in recruit training he was named educational Petty of Ticer. Fireman Richard a. Caraway son of or. And mrs. A. J. Caraway 314 i Avenue new Over the weekend last weekend from the Boilerman school at the naval training Center great lakes 111. Pendleton he has been in the Navy since Calif. Before sept. 2f. Entering the service in sep two Cedar rapids soldiers Are reported nearing completion of their eight week Basic training period with the fourth armoured division at fort Hood Texas. They Are pvt. Robert c. Pinch husband of Dorothy Pinch j Avenue and Wenig Road be and son of or. And mrs. Max e. Davis of Marion and pvt. Richard l. Dankert. Son of mrs. Mary Dan Kert 598 Cobban court be. Pinch nuclear badge a the Navy has approved this rat ing badge As the specially Mark of the newly authorized nuclear weapons Man. It features the regular Navy Eagle and falling bomb with two electrons revolving around it. Is a graduate of Marion High school and Dankert is a former student at Roosevelt High school two Are reported taking Basic training with the first armoured division at fort Polk la. They Are pvt. Lee d. Henderson son of or. And mrs. Lee d. Henderson 1281 thirty fourth Street be and pvt. James w. Yuill son of or. And mrs. James h. Yuill 355 pleasant drive be. Both Are graduates of Franklin High school Yuill in 1955 and Henderson in 1957. Summer soldiers two Cedar rapids residents who Are engineering students at the University of Iowa Are reported taking six weeks of summer training at fort Leonard Wood to. They Are John Janda son of the Wesley j. Jandas 1802 Mallory Street so and v. Dean Finch son of or. And mrs. Everett Finch 1008 eighth Street so. Both Are in the army Engineer hot unit. I special delivery. Athens. A. Apr on june 3, 1940, Mae Bullock of Danielsville ga., mailed a Post card to her Cousin Ruby Nelms of Athens. Mrs. Nelms received the card recently and since Danielsville is 17 Miles from Athens has calculated that the mail went through at a rate of approximately one mile a year. France taps new source of electric Power Paris ins a Frances soaring Mont Blanc Long a valuable tourist attraction is being put to More constructive use. The impressive Glacier at the top known to tourists is the Mer de Glace soon will be harnessed to provide Hydro electric Power for France. Tourists need not fear that one of the worlds truly breathtaking spectacles will be scarred or soiled. All the engineers gadgets will be concealed underground. Under present plans the River flowing beneath the Glacier will be tapped at an Altitude of 4,700 feet. The water will be drawn off through a mile Long Tunnel then High pressure pipes will carry it Down some 1,200 feet to an underground Power station in the Valley of Chamonix. A similar scheme has been worked out. For the Glacier of Argentiere on the other Side of Mont Blanc. Here the fast flow ing torrent beneath the Glacier will be funnelled to the emos son Basin from a height of 6,500 feet through a series of tunnels 27 Miles Long. France and Switzerland will share this new source of electric Power. Driver killed trying to avoid an Accident Concord Calif. Apr Fred Rotsch 46, was killed trying to avoid an Accident. Coming upon a minor three car collision he swerved his pickup truck off the pavement then Back on. But his truck sideswiped a car and overturned. Rotsch was killed instantly. None of the other Drivers was Hurt. Thieves getting ready for Long hard Winter Hastings Mich. Up a thieves who looted the William Crawford Home apparently were getting ready for a Long hard Winter. Sheriffs deputies said articles in the $1,600 theft included a Many a Topcoat a woman a Beaver coat two Snow tires and five menus Winter suits. Bloom ohly chm la Corbo rat of cars offer flight sweep styling a years ahead Conception of Beauty. 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