Dad Released from Army 1945
Army Releases 14 County Men Through the Separation Center at Fort Dix, N. J., fourteen men from Luzerne County have received an honorable discharge from the Army of tne united states. 1 hey are: Lt. John E. Hicks, 410 N. Thomas avenue, Kingston: Pfc. Richard L. Welliver, 63 Davis Place, city: T5 Thomas P. Doughney, 148 Tompkins street, Pittston; TSgt. Anthony J. Cavitski, 188 Franklin street, Plymouth; Plymouth; Staff Sgt. G. F. Tentini, 11 Ambrose Ambrose street, Pittston; Staff Sgt. Stanley Stanley H. Blisseck, 146 Main street, city; T3 Leonard A. Najaka, 50 East Main street, Glen Lyon; Sgt. Louis J. Du-kas, Du-kas, Du-kas, 453 Main street, Kingston; Staff Sgt. Chester V. Montante, 28 Hign street, Pittston; Sgt. Edward J. Ambrose, Ambrose, 191 Franklin street, Plymouth; Staff Sgt. Charles V. Wermuth, 235 East Ridge street, Nanticoke; Staff Sgt. Charles T. Czubek, 44 Kidder street, city; Sgt. Louis Rave, Jr 964 Wyoming avenue, Forty Fort; Sgt. Joseph J. Kuzem, 94 North River street, Plains.