Joseph Salata

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NEWS OF OUR M6N AND WOMEN IN SERVICE OF UNCLE SAMf (Wa( CtntattMf Itfllttl*** Lfnli In*((««.« I* ikli C.IIMBI HEADQUARTERS. PANAMA CANAL DEPARTMENT —Promo- ion of Ted Sakta, of 527 Irondale 3t., Elyria, O.; from .corporal, to icrgennt was announced today by he Panama Coast Artillery Command. '• Sgt. Salata Is a chief of section on duty with Lt. Col. Otto W. Pon;race's anti-aircraft automatic wea- xms battalion.'-He has served with he Coast Artillery forces in Panama since Jan. 2, 10-13. His wife, Mrs. Virginia J. Snl- ita; his son, Gerald T. Saluta, and his mother,. Mrs. Susan Salata, re- lide at the Irondale street address. In civil life, Sgt. Saluta was a, crane operator employed by the Western Automatic Machine and Screw Co., Elyria. J, C. Lyons of Eaton, has completed 22 weeks of intensive'train- Ing at gunners school In Jacksonville. Fla.. and hat received his gunner's wings. He has been transferred to the V-5 program and .is now attending Iowa University Preflight School. His address at present is: A/C. John C, Lyons Batt. 2AC2, Room 210B, U.S.N.P.F.S., Iowa City, Iowa. From Great Lakes, Illinois, comes word that among those graduating from an intensive course' of basic engineering, training at service schools there was'Donald-R. Barnhart, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs, L, J. Barnhart, 1415 Lake avenue. A recent change of address . has

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  1. The Chronicle-Telegram,
  2. 29 Mar 1945, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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