1946 Sterling Sanders
a is disability de the with new its G. Hershey: Nine Receive ServiceDischarges J Hershey, June 28. Among the men recently discharged from the armed forces from Hershey and Derrv township were four Navy men and five who served in the Army. Jay O. Curry. AEM2c, served with the Naval Air Corps prior to his release from the service. The son of the Rev. and Mrs. Irwin Curry, 175 East Derry road, he is a graduate of liersney Hign School. A member of the Naval Sup ply Corps was Lt. (.g.) John S Curry, son of John K. Curry. 403 Elm avenue, who served on a destroyer escort in the Pacific, He is a graduate of Hershey High School and Hershey Junior College and attended ieDanon Valiey College. Discharged a t Jacksonville Fla., was Nicholas S. DiDomenico of 41 West Granada avenue. In the Navy he held the rank of gunner's mate third class. Another Another Navy man to be discharged was John H. Koppenhaver, MoMM3c. of 22 West Areba avenue. Sgt. Elias R. Lex of Hummels town. R. D. . 1, served with i maintenance unit of the Army Air Corps until his recent release from the service. A veteran of action in the Pa cific Theatre was Pfc. Ebur F Mavs. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs, Ebur F. Mays, formerly of 109 East Areba avenue. He was wounded while serving in the Pacific with an infantry unit. A graduate of Hershey High School, he was employed by the Hershey Chocolate Corporation prior to entering the Army. CdI. Mario J. Moratti of the Community Club, was another of those recently returned to civilian civilian life. He was a graduate of the Hershey Industrial School, Another Army Air Corps vet eran to be discharged was Cpl. Frederick S. Rakosky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rakosky of 103 East Areba avenue. Also discharged was Pfc. Sterling Sterling S. Sanders, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sanders, .202 West Caracas avenue, Hershey, who served in India with a hospital unit A graduate of Hershey High School and Hershey Junior College, he received a degree in chemistry at Lebanon Valley College.