James Crandon

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James Crandon - The Service Parade Jame A. Crandon, 21 years...
The Service Parade Jame A. Crandon, 21 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Cran don, of 3744 Ashland, has been promoted to the rank of corporal corporal in the United S t ates Marino C. ft r n m ja-f-A, ja-f-A, ja-f-A, ja-f-A, ja-f-A, J stationed at m. M .... r t .. . - .ar-" .ar-" .ar-" New River, N. C, according tn wnrrl rprplv- rprplv- ed here by his parents. He enlisted in the , Marim Corps in August, 1940. Crandon attended attended Southeastern Southeastern High School. He left school in 1938 Crandon after completing three years of study. He worked at odd jobs in a printing office until he was 18 years old, when he enlisted, his parents revealed. . .; I -.v.... -.v.... Seven men from ih. are in training at the Naval S? tion Base at Grosse He. Th( Hugh Garvey, of 4376 W 1?," delphia; David L. Mandt, of u& Ardmore; Burdet T. Honson " hurst, Birmingham. Glfn' The second member of his famn to join the armed forces au ' Zadrozny, of 3001 Cnft receiving training at the -J -J 8 training school at Great Lakes n Two Detroit men have been nr rooted to corporals and assigned t the officers school f tv.!10 Okla They are Morris H. Lessen of 900 Whitmore, and Morrif S' ter, of 3267 Glendale Bet- Bet- Harold Herpel Is servinir hl,

Clipped from Detroit Free Press18 Apr 1942, SatPage 16

Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)18 Apr 1942, SatPage 16
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