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'THE OHIO COUNTY Your Piclure Newspaper HAfVF F'ORD, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 29, 1968 14 Five Ohio Countians Enlist In Navy Five young men from Ohio County have enlisted in the United States Navy, according to an announce- ment made by Petty Officer Bill Daugherty, Navy Re- cruiter who visits Ohio County each Wednesday to accept applications for the Navy. Taking advantage of the Navy's 120 day program, which means they will re- port for active duty on the dateB of their choice, up to four months after their William F. Coy Receives Meritorious Unit Commendation Boatwajn's Mate Second (;lass William F. Coy, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. William tt. Coy of Fords- vllle, Kentucky, received a Meritorious Unit Com- mendation as a member of Landing Ship Squadron Three on board the naval landing ship USS Meeker County. The award was presented to ships of Landing Squad- ron Three for meritorious service in direct combat Jerry W. Clark To Leave For Vietnam P.F.C. Jerry W. Clark of the U.S. Army, son of enlistment dates were, support of logistic Am- Mr. andMrs. Charlle Clark Michael Ray Leslie, son phibious Operations in of Rosine, Kentucky left of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Vietnam from July 1, 1966 Sunday after spending 24 L. Leslie, llartford and through March 1, 1968. days leave with hisparents Gerald Keith tleltsley, During this period, the and loved ones. He reports ranclson of Mr. and Mrs. illBryant, Hartford. Enlisted and now under- going their nine weeks re- crult training at Great Lakes, Illinois are, Mich- ael DeWayne l]land, son of Mrs. Norma J. Barnes, Fordsvllle, Rayburn James Frlzzell, son of Mr. and Mrs. CarlJ. Frizzell, Bea- ver Dam, and William James Hartley, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. tlartley, Sr., ttartford. For Information on the various programs offered by the Navy, see Bill Daugherty on his regular day In Ohio County or call 684-3562 in Owensboro or 298-3768 in ttartford after 5:00 P. Carroll Nelson ! Completes Course In Radio Repair Army Private First (;lass Carroll D. Nelson, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. EI- vls Nelson, and wife, Phyl- lis, live on ftoute 1, Horse Branch, Kentucky, com- pleted a microwave radio equipment repairman squadron transported more than 336 million pounds of cargo, 5,900 vehicles and 10,000 troops. Carrying out their as- signments under adverse weather conditions and in the face of enemy action, members of the squadron were eminently success- ful and thereby made a significant contribution to U.S. efforts in Vietnam. lames R. Bechtel AssiEned As Clerk In Vietnam Army Specialist Four James R. Bechtel, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Bechtel, 206 West F rederica Street, Hart- ford, Kentucky, was as- signed August 9 as a clerk typist in the 15th Admin- istrative Company in Viet- nam. ttis wife, Marilyn, lives at 419 Allen Annex, Owens- bore, Kentucky. Jerry D. Moore Assigned As Driver back to Oakland, California and then on to Vietnam. P.F.C. Clark has been training at Fort Knox since January 29. Pvt. Jaycee Durham Promoted To E-1 Private Jaycee L. Dur- ham was promoted to E1 after completion of basic training at Fort Knox. Jay is now stationed at Aberdeen P r o v I n g Grounds, Maryland, where he is taking 37 weeks of course August 9 at the In Vietnam electronic school for the Army S gnal School, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. Army Private First(lass purpose of becoming a During the 26-week Jerry D. Moore, 20, son Calibration Specialist on cou e,j ivate! elsonwa8 of Mr, and Mrs. Nathan X-raymachlnes. tratlled h !|fistal'tatiofi, "r. MoOre, McHenry, Ken- Jay will be visiting his operation and repair of tucky, was assigned as a parents, Mr. and Mrs. microwave stanons and truck driver in the 1st Air James L. Durham andfam- transportable radio equip- Cavalry Division near An tly of Rockport, over the merit. Khe, Vietnam, August 1. 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