PAGE TWO CASUALTY LIST IS ANNOUNCED Several Pieher, Miami Men Among 61 Injured, War bept, Records Show WASHINGTON, Sept. 0 - W>— Action in four theaters of war Vas brought injuries to 61 Oklahoma soldiers, the War department disclosed disclosed today. Those listed: Central Pacific -Pfc. Clifton L. Tucker» Oklahoma City, and Pvt. Theodore E. Tucker, Jr., Tecumseh. Southwest Pacific—Pvt. Mont E. Dowell, Sand Springs, and Pvt. Russell J. Knpan, son of Mrs. Velma Choch, Pichcr. European—Pfc. Alvia A. Anderson, Anderson, Luther; Pfc. Pete Benuzzi, Wilburton; Sgt, Tommie J. Bibb, Three Sands. T-Sgt. John Burrow, Jr., Cameron; Cameron; Second Lieut. James A. Burnett, Burnett, son of Bert Burnett, Kaw; Pvt. Billy J. Clcndening, Mulhall. Pfc, Leslie R. Cobb, Barnsdall; Pfc. Denis A. Crum, Ouster City; S-Sgt. Cecil R. Daily, Cleveland. Lieut. Donald A. Davis, son of Mrs, Hazel Davis, Fort Towson; Towson; S-Sgt. Leo S. Edwards, son of Mrs. Mary Oglcsby, Paw- husk a; Pvt. Clovis D. Hincs, son of Mrs. Edna F. Hines, Miami.