james casbar installed officer of local american legion post page 1 the daily courier septemer 27 1965

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CONNELISVIUE, PA.,- SOUTH CONNEUSVILLE, PA.; SCOTTDALE, PA.; MT. PLEASANT, PA. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1965 Stale M i n e s Secretary H. scheduled hearing guarantees in auto damage effect Audrey hearings boost but it. The a reso- Congs Two War Installed Officers of Local American Legion Post By MICHAEL T. _ SAIGON Communist Viet Cong they had executed American prisoners of Embassy spokesman the action as 'said Communist i Nam would be held for the "clear civilized principle." five-member the In- Scranton and associate Education About Pictured above are officers of Milton L. Bishop Post No. 301 of the American Legion of Connellsville who were installed at joint ceremonies Saturday at the home of Axton Post No. 295 in Brownsville Seated (left to right) are Willis C. Geehring, adjutant; Robert Bitner of Meyersdale. 24th District commander who conducted the installation; George Albert, commander; John Mann, Western Pennyslvania vice commander and principal speaker, and Robert R. Browne, past commander. Standing are James Casbar, sergeant-at-arms; Stanley Cominsky, senior vice commander; Arthur C. Hess, junior vice commander; Paul G. Fink, service officer, and Joseph J. Zinger, past commander. Both Fink and Zinger were presented gold life membership cards. Absent were Worth Bigham, finance officer; , Herman Welsh, historian; Joseph Cordaro, sergeant-at-arms, and George W. Ingram, service officer. The clandestine "liberation radio" identified the Americans Albert Rusk Joseph Kenneth Moarabeth. Communist North news agency dispatch them as Capt. Versace and Sgt. back

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  1. The Daily Courier,
  2. 27 Sep 1965, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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