ralph and robert sons of Minnie Mumma serving

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ralph and robert sons of Minnie Mumma serving  - j ' ANDREW W. CROSLEY Seven Rockville Friends...
j ' ANDREW W. CROSLEY Seven Rockville Friends Serving In Armed Forces Seven Rockville men, compan ions for years, and now serving in the armed forces in the United States, Alaska, England and the South Pacific, are looking forward to a happy reunion and reminiS' cences of their experiences at the close of the war. The group includes a trio and a oair of brothers, while five of them are cousins. The there Turns brothers are sons of Herman E. Turns. Sgt. Herbert, with the Air Corps at Harbingen, Tex., before his enlistment February 1, last year, was a Pennsylvania Railroad brakeman. Corp. Wilbur, a mechanic in the Air Corps somewhere in England, inducted February 6, last year, was formerly employed by J. B. Martin Motors. Pfc. Albert, also in the Air Corps, is stationed at Pueblo, Colo. He enlisted Septem ber 6, 1942. Their cousins are Pfc. Andrew W. Crosley, son of Mrs. Bessie Keefer, and Pvt. George B. Rus sell, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. William Russell. Andrew enlisted in the Marines February 11, last year, trained as a machine gunner at Parris Island and New River, N. C. For the last 14 months he has been somewhere in the South Pacific. He, too, is a former Pennsylvania brakeman. Private Russell, inducted July 18, is stationed at Camp Forrest, Tenn. Corp. Ralph and Pvt. Robert! Mumma, sons of Mrs. Minnie Mumma, complete the group. The corporal recently spent a ten - day furlough at his home, then re - J turned to Camp Edwards, Mass. His brother also was home for 16 days and has returned to his unit somewhere in Alaska. i I) pis tip!! &&(!&mWb0ffi$m m Jil llteiliaili lill fpfilii g !Sp" Slllfit fillip' fill II ft Ir p 1 RALPH MUMMA RQBERT MUMMA GEORGE B. RUSSELL WILBUR TURNS Benito Thrusts Jaw in Hitler's Face; Not Too Fond Farewell Anticipated By DEWITT (Associated Press The meeting in Northern and Mussolini could have brought little solace to the har - rassed pair, and indeed may ond farewell to partnership m DNB, the official German news agency, has indicated that this parley concerned the invasion of Sicily and the "desperate on slaught" cf the Russians on the eastern front. That would seem to be a certainty, and the issues involved are so clear that one can almost hear the conversation. "I need more help, and need it quick," says Mussolini, trying to square his wabbly jaw and play the strong man. "The alternative is a separate peace." "Im much afraid, Benito," re plies the Fuehrer, "that I can't provide any additional aid. The damnable Bolshevists have pre cipitated a crisis by their drive on! Orel. As matter of fact ALBERT TURNS MACKENZIE Military Analyst) Italy between Messrs. Hitler well have savored of a not too brigandage. sians have extended their of fen sive southward clear to the Black Sea. Hitler's whole right flank is in danger a position of the utmost anxiety to him, in view of the Allied threat of. invasion up through the Balkans, against the area behind this right flank. The Russians report that since July 5, when the Nazi drive started, the Red armies have cap tured several hundred villages, destroyed 3516 tanks and 2094 warplanes, and taken some 65,000 prisoners. Whether the Russians have the striking power to de velop their attack into an unlim ited offensive remains to be seen, bu'; so far they are - displaying great reserve strength. ; HERBERT TURNS STEELTON: Board Revokes Gasoline Ration Of Enhaut Man The Steelton Rationing Board last night at hearings for persons were charged with violation of the no pleasure driving rule, re voked "A" gas rations, for Earl N. Stepp, 942 High street, Enhaut, for the duration, members re ported. Other offenders and penalties announced by the board are John J. Kastelic, 443 High street, En haut,' A ration lifted for six months: Charles A. Grubic, 547 Lincoln, Steelton, exonerated; Ed ward McCann, 108 South Front, Steelton, A and B ration revoked for 30 days Mrs. Mary Kramer, 128 West Main, Middletown, A ration revoked for 30 days; Harry W. Bruckrhan, Water street, Royal ton,., A and B ration revoked - for four months; Philip F. Russ, Jr.,

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 21 Jul 1943, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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