The Havre Daily News • 17-January-1944

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The Havre Daily News •  17-January-1944 - [•JllllMIIIIIII tillMH ItllilllllllllHllrlllllQ...
[•JllllMIIIIIII tillMH ItllilllllllllHllrlllllQ WITH THOSE , in the iniiimiiiim itiittiii immiii' Pfc. Woody. Laughnan, son of Mr. and Mrs. James; T. Laughnan of Kremlin is'Stationed at Martinez, Martinez, Cal. His .address is Pfc. Woody J. Laughnan,. H. -O. Btry. 365 AAAS L Bn-, Martinez, Cal. • —v—; For those who have inquired of the address of Francis Bachini, petty officer third class, his address address is: Francis Bachini, m-3/c, 69th Battalion,'Co. A, Plat. 1, c-o Fleet Postoffice, New York, N. Y. He sends greetings to all of his friends here. • . __V_ ... Mr. and Mrs. Hay Achen have received word from their son Lewis that he has recently been day night from her husband. who is a ship fitter in the U. S. Navy, stationed at Pearl Harvor. He- reported reported that he'-is well. Mrs; Wie- derrick stated that the call came through without difficulty 'and, she could hear ' her husband clearly. . ' Captain- John F. "Jack" Burke, former Montana State college football star who died in Tunisia on Jan. 7. according to the war department, was known to' many in Havre. He had visited here on numerous ' occasions as guest of Captain Joe May. The two' men were team mates and' fraternity brothers at Montana State college at Bozeman. Captain Burke was attached to a tank battalion and no .doubt was on active duty _ somewhere in Italy when wound- j ed and taken to. Tunisia. , His parents parents reside at Livingston and his wife .at Great Falls. _ y _ Lt. and Mrs. J. H. Atkinson and baby left Sunday for Oak Harbor," Wash., where Lt. - Atkia- son will be stationed "for some time. Lt. ; Atkinson, Navy flyer returned from eight months . of active duty in , the Aleutian area. — V— Cpl. Frank S. Clark arrived in promoted in rank to seaman 1-e. He is working with the electricians electricians crew in the navy Seabees somewhere in the south Pacific. —V— Mrs. Elmer Wiederrick received a long distance telephone call Fri- Havre Friday morning from desert desert training at Indid, : California. He is' in the ordnance branch of the service. Cpl- Clark is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Clark of tins city. '

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  1. The Havre Daily News,
  2. 17 Jan 1944, Mon,
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