Edward Wallace Messehlehner
Rep. Waller Nominates UForAFA posite score will be offered the appointment. : The police, .9ee ? e REP. F'HAXC'IS K. Walter,! Easton Democrat, yesterday no- minated 11 candidates for Hie U. S. Air Force Academy. The one with the highest c-om- The nominees are: Joseph Anthony Bavaria, son of Joseph P. Bavaria, Box 14S. Wind Gap; David Owen Boyt-r, son of Mrs. Baxter Boyer. Hei- lertown, R.D 3; \Villiam Ter- rance Boyle, son of William F. Boyle. Route 2, Box 16, N o ampton; Leo Peter Calandra, son of Leo Calandra, 470 Ber- wick St., Easton: Benedict Ja- cob Guiffre, son of Joseph G u fre 20 Penn St., Nazareth; Ed- ward Wallace Messenlehncr, son of Edward J. Messenlehner, 333 S. Whitfield St., Nazareth. OtheJ^ Xanipd David Joseph Muller, son of Harry Muller, 3165 New Jersey Ave., HeUertown; John William Ronemus, son of William Rone- mus, 121 N. First St.. Lehigh- ton; John Paul Utsick. son of Samuel R. Utsick. 6S W. way. Jim Thorpe; John Stanley on Wagner, son of John \\ agner, 2247 Siegfried Ave., Northamp- ton, and James George Zawick, jon of George ZawJck, 1430 Sec- ond Ave., Hellertown.