S-28 loss story in Fitchburg Sentinel part two

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return and termed war cent the to Sub (Continued from Pan One) the recovery of the missing personnel," personnel," the navy said. It added that an investigation is being made to determine the of the accident "There were no survivors," the navy said. It added that next of kin of casualties had been notified. The S-28 was built by the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp. at Quincy, Mass., and was commissioned in December, 1923. She is the 25th submarine to be lost since the started and the second loss in training exercises during that period. The other submarine lost in training was the R-12 sunk off the coast of the United States. Campbell entered the navy as an ensign in May, 1937. His Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell, live Evanston, 111. Saved All Around A judge in Milwaukee, Wis., suspended sentence on a driver- was headed the wrong way on one-way street when the offender explained that he was cutting his mileage 25 per cent and saving

Clipped from Fitchburg Sentinel11 Jul 1944, TuePage 6

Fitchburg Sentinel (Fitchburg, Massachusetts)11 Jul 1944, TuePage 6
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