To Be Returned
To Be Returned accident. The body of Signalman 3-c Allen Dale Dnwson, 20, son of Mrs. Nol.i N. Dnwson, Cresaptown. formerly of Westernport. and the late Clifford Dnwson, which recently arrived on the U. S. Army Transport Honda Knot at San Francisco, is expected at his mothers home in a few days. S 3-c Dnwson was killed December December 21. 1944, by nn electrical shock. He was buried in Allied territory outside the United States. At the time of his death, his fam- ,y wss residing at Hill Top Drive, Westernport. Dawson's father, a native of McCooIe. wns fatally injured injured December, 1943, in a highway S3-c Dawson. a former student at Bruce High School, was employed as trackman for the Baltimore and Railroad Company before en- listing in the Navy in March, 1943. He received recruit training at Bainbridge Naval Training Center, Md. Besides his mother, he is survived survived by three brothers, Austin, Zane and Gene Dawson, and four sisters, Mrs. Daniel Holler, and Misses Wanda, Sarah nnd Barbara Dawson, Dawson, all of Ciesaptowo.