Robert Nehls

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Robert Nehls - Navy Has Enlisted 54 in Two Months Fifty-four...
Navy Has Enlisted 54 in Two Months Fifty-four Oneida county young men have enlisted in the United States navy during the two months in which a special drive has been in progress to recruit recruit ' a "token crew" for the new U. S. S. Wisconsin. The drive comes to a conclusion conclusion today—Navy day. All enlistments since Aug. 27 have been credited to the Wisconsin Wisconsin token crew. Men recruited recruited since that time may not actually actually serve on the giant battleship battleship soon to join the United States fleet, but their enlistments enlistments are credited against the goal of 4.000 enlistments established established as a "token" complement for the ship. A check of The News' files, in which navy reports of Oneida county enlistments were reported, reported, shows 54 navy enlistments in the two months' period. It is possible that some names may be omitted and it is desired that persons knowing of such names call or write The News. It is also possible that some addresses addresses are not entirely accurate, as frequently enlistments are credited credited to the nearest large city, or county seat, in a county. j The Oneida county contribution contribution to the U. S. S. Wisconsin's crew follows: Rhinelander. Walter Jaroski. Eugene Christiansen. Joseph J. Glockner. Ralph Mischnick. Robert Mitchell. James Woznick. Robert- F. Nehls. Donald W. DeByle. Anthony Rosemark. fjJames Berg. Andreas P. Christiansen. Richard W. Delap. Milton Frisch. Melvin J. Alme. Dale E. Danfield. Alfred DiGiacomo. Russell M. Newman. George J. Pospychala. Merton Wandrey. Richard Mueller. John Reich. Thomas Beaver. Ronald Counter. Peter Miller. Peter Steinmetz. Kenneth H. Thorn. Robert C. Hutchinson. William Herrick. Dean J. Schultz. Norman E. Peterson. ; Glenn Schmidt. Lyndon G. Mader. George M. Sine. Larry Anunson. Elaine Haney. Russell Grill. Marshall W. Keith. Robert H. Moritz. Clemens Phillips. . Thomas Hansen. Walter Kaye From Ration Board Atty. Walter F. Kaye tendered his resignation from Oneida county rationing price board, effective Oct. Manager T. M. Wardwell, of the county defense announced today. No successor to Mr. Kaye been appointed. Wardwell vacancy \vill ho filled front of names submitted recently OPA headquarters in response request that the ration board be brought to a size where would be one board every 1.000 population. That give Oneidn ( of 13 membe as at present. Jobs Open for Photographers Newest opportunities in service are for photographers motion picture technicians, United States civil service .Positions paying $1,440 to be filled throughout the States, its territories and possessions. Free-lances arid amateurs have a chance to qualify. In the motion picture field, cameramen, film and sound and projectionists will'be by the commission for federal agencies turning out films to action and to instruct soldiers civilians in new jobs. Men everything from technicolor animation are needed. Qualifications required for photographers and motion picture technicians are: For the $1,440, and $1,800 position, six year and two years'respectively appropriate experiences. higher bracket positions, equivalent in difficulty and responsibility to that of the position must be shown. Free-lance experience is qualifying for all positions: amateur experience is acceptable for the S1.620 jobs. Appropriate training in approved courses substituted for six months of required experience. No written are required. The commission continues recruit junior graduate nurses, a year, and junior medical $2,000 a year. Liberalized requirements encourage nurses who completed the required training ago as January, 1920 to apply. Full information as to every 1.000 population. That give Oneidn county a ration of 13 members, instead of

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  1. The Rhinelander Daily News,
  2. 27 Oct 1942, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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