Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on March 4, 1945 · Page 14
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FOURTEEN SUNDAY TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD, SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1915 Raymond M. Baker, 5-IC, 713 Hill Top Drive, » torpodomon on sub duty to Pacific. Wai earner and varied at apprentice pressman an the local papers. ^4* ••'-•'••••.*&-^-.^::J&f •&'%&'£$ w&rw James A. Morrisi, yeoman S-1C, J20 Holland street, now ot Patuxent River, Md., carried papers on Henderson, Columbia and Piedmont avenues. Franklin street, 1940-1942. T. Cpl. William Harold <»ud) Walton, 134 Gephart Drive, i* Europe with H»« infantry, carried in the Green* ilreet-Gephort Drive-Cleveland ove. area 1939-1941 Ralph Robert Hoval.ter, S-1C, 721 Hill Top Drive, on the USS Laning, carried on Virginia are., loom street and adjacent section 1936-1941. William R. Thayer II. HA-1C, stationed at Bainbridge N. T. S., covered Greene, South Lee and South Smallwoud streett, and was inserter for Sunday Times 1943-1944. Pvt. William I. Howsore, 120 Columbia avenue, Camp Croft, S. C, aju served in Merchant Marine. Covered Weit Side west of Greene street 1939-1940. : ' Ensign Charles E. Irode, 307 Franklin street, Navy Air Farce pilot, cnroute home fiom Philippines, served Centre, Market, Valley streets and was press room apprentice 1932-1938. Lieut. 'Roy M.' Hinkle, 718 ,YoI e street, pilot on C-46 based in England, carried Park ttreit-Central avenue area and Shade'i lam section 1931-1934. Ajhe*(*ltei, P.O. 2-C, ear- penter mate, 31 Somerville Art., with Havy in Pacific, delivered papers throughout Maplesiiie area 1935-19.11. S. Sgt. P. William Mackert, 706 Shrivar arenue, with 7th Army driving into Germany, carried over Vall*y- Furaoc* street area (1930-1935) and news reporter. : Pvt. Joseph E. Mackert, 506 Woodlown _t»fToce, now at Comp Sfcelby, Miss, carried Hcnderson- Colombifi OVMIM area (1929-1934) and wot Timei-N*wi printer. Thomas E. Mackert, S-lc, -706 Shrivtr Av**u*,- now with fleet In Patific, carried e* ValUy, Furna-;* and Wak»t ttrecH 1944-1943. -., Pvt. John K. Mackert, 706 Shriver Avenue, with infantry in Europe, served Henderson-Columbia avenue area. Pear street, etc., 1931-1936. Robert F. Mackert, GM-3C, 706 Shriver Avt., now at Navy base. Treasure Island, San Francisco, carried tame North End area as brothers 193B-S941. ' Pfc. Charles Wm. Roy, 1129 Bedford street, with the Air Force in Netherlands East Indies, carried Baltimore street and business district 1939-1940. Pvt. Joseph Mattingly, S26 Lowell avenue, with-Air Force at AmariMo, Texas, handled paperi at Celaneie plant, 1943-1944. : ••••••••* "•• *-•• ---• Cpl. Kob**t HM«gl«>, Grant bVft>« WVak, wMi'Vanny in Philippinn Pf*. Ust*r Jatepfc Sibtey, U.S.M.C., 4« fee** street, with th* Q. M. Coff, Affida^o*, Vo., d«rW*d po- Second oi a s«>4«* ot p*« at C«h3ne»* plant 1938-1942. : : pMvriag <mr hi Mrri«« which wHI appear in th« CUMBERLAND SUNDAY TIMES - Cpl. Lee Connell, 471 Goethe itreet, with Air Force, Boise, Idaho, "™*v'y H «" . •»lti"«i »*'«t, of! a woticcc in I intes OITJC* 1941. • : - Edwin Hunt, PM 2-C, 205 Wilmont avenue, honorably dischorgti} after service m Pacific, carried Nerrk Mechanic nbov. Valley >tr««+ (19371941). U prmter opftrentke. •-. Pvt. John Welsh, J2J Cecelia ttrect, now in Europe, carried Emily, Cecelia and Park ilreert and Maryland arenue W35-J941. Sgt. Robert Welsh, 221 Cwtlia »tre«t, at Camp Livingttoii, La., carried tome Ktrte ot brothe* and WM <MTt. rnxmagcr ot Strand T934-I941. Pfc. Dale Sloven, 622 Fairview av*«ue, with Air Force signal corps hi India, »erv«d North Cmtre and NorH Mechanfc *fre*H 1936-1940. Midshipman William Cavanaugh, 320 Bond trreet, with U-S.N.K., Greet Laktt, III., carried on Knot, Columbia and Band Sti., Henderson avenue 193711941. Lie«t. Herman J. Grabenstein, Jr., 604 Greene street, with bomber group in the Pacific, carried Cumberland and intersecting *treet», 1935-1939. Pfc. Thomas A. Grobenstein, 604 Greene street, with Hdq. Ordnance Co., in Europe, carried North Centre and North Mechanic itreeri, 19371541. • John Idoni, S-2c, 242 Columbia itreet, at Bainbridge M. T. S., carried Henderson avinve and iond itreet rout* 1941-1943. Sgt. J. Brooke Fradiska, 416 Columbia street, with Sth Air .Force in England, had route from Algonquin HoteJ to AJ/ejany itreet, 19391941. : Edward Hore, TMS-lc,,13 East Oldtown Road, with Navy In Pacific, carried on Ofiurt and Humbird ifreorc 1936-1931- .Harold Hare, M. MM.-lc, 18 East Oldlown Road, with Navy in Atlantic, •orriod Hill Top Drive, CKutr and Humbird streets 1938-1942. Eugene Hare, P. 0. M. M.-3c, 18 East 'Oldtown Rood, at Moffett Field, San Jose, Calif., carried on Hill Top Drive and nearby 1936!941. Pvt. George H. Rodenhouser, 528 Broadway Circle, with Field Artillery, Fort Meade, carried Broadway, Wood-side oven** areas, 1943-1944. Pvt. Walter Eugene Basilic, 4U Columbia itreet, with infantry in France, carried in central businest district, Wineow and Orchard streets, 1940.1941. . Pvt. Edward Chandlee, 233 Avirett avenue, at Keesler Field, Mis«., carried in The Dingle, Iraddock Road and Gephart Drive areas 1940-1943, ' rrt. William S. Chondlec, 518 Marietta street, with the Army 'm Burma, carried entire length »f Greene street 1939-1940. Pfc. John Martini, 414 Magruder street, with the infantry in Europi, carried ever Pa. ovenue, dace, Seymour, South streets 1941-194J. Sal. Jack Matthewt, 421 Walnut iiroct, with Field Artillery in Gor- mony, served Independence nnd • Chestnut itreett 1934-1937. Pvt. James Matthews, «ZI Walnut sired, with tank battnlinn in Europe, carried on Independence and Chestnut streets 1940-1943. Pfc. Charles Mnlthews, 421 Walnut street, with infantry in Froncc, cnrricd same route as brothers, 19371941. . Roy Fisher, (Scabees! S-lc, 711 Elm street, wilh No»y in Pncific, carried on Elfii and Spring street I940-2943. :/ Gerald Fisher, R. M.-3c, 718 Elm street, Novy Air Corpi, M'mmi, Fla., carried over Maryland avenue section 1933-1935. Jack Kauffman, 634 Fairview avenue, cadet in Air Force, Keesler Field, Miss., carried PufasVi street, Fairview avenue, etc., 1941-1944. '•• Sgt. Frnncis Groy, 49 Lamont street, with infanlry in Froncc, covered Baltimore street area 19391941. : : Cpl. Henry. M«rcell»» 618 Foirview *venue, with Ah 1 Fere' in Indio, carried on Foyttt* itr«' r ' Camden end Mt. Reviif CYiniNi. - *

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