Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, The Evening News from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on July 12, 1944 · Page 7
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Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, The Evening News from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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WILKLS-DAIUU; PJU WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 12. 1914 li t aiL A 4. itf APS B JO KILLED IVIlEfJ PLUIIE ' : imps up ronies' camp Pali In Dreamland T V.- Craft Blows Up Anions , Trailers Scores Are Injured Many 01 The Dead Unidentified South Portland, Mt July 11 01 The death toll In Maine's worst aviation tragedy reach IS today and even of acorea injured when light Army Plan ploughed Into a war workers camp of 100 trailers and blew up were reported In danger of dying. . Six f the dead and aproxlmately half of the Injured were children. Nlne adults also perished, ri The identified dead: Lt Philip L Russell. t3 of SoVth Portland and SUIT Sgt Wallace Mifflin, of Seattle. Waslu, the plane s crew; Edward A, Gerrtsh, 3X Orono shipyard worker; James Little, four; Nancy Little, two; Gordon Gorham. 43; and George Robertson, nine months. Bodies of the other victims who were trapped in lightly-built homes and burned to death by flaming gasoline and oil awaited Identification at funeral homes. ' ThLn WM Barkadale MERIT AWARDS Oany Receive Citations For Activities At Camp Acahela wraiAN The court of honor held at the close of the first period at Camp Acahela saw a Urge number of Boy Scouts receiving merit awards for their activities to date at the camp. ' , Among the aiost popular activities at the camp this Summer are Instructions in life saving, boating, canoeing, overnight hiking, nature hikes, star hikes and bird hikes. Among the awards presented: Second Class: Clayton Fairchild. Carl Mover, Thomas Cooper, Lucas Welgar, Robert Guzen'ski, Leonard Bonar and Larry Liput of Troop 110; Felvin Warshal, 359; James E. Williams, J23; Larry Lutak, 385; Preston Eckmeder, 161; Lewis Phillips, 70; Murray Milkman, 359; Ed Klaips, Paul Krepcho, John Valania, Ray Polnasek, Anthony Sedor Rob- Ort Bonar, Alfred Goncho, Gerald arker and Harry Hoover of Troop 110. First Class: Robert, Williams, 51; Jos. Brozena, 273;. Robert Kuzmin-ski, 273. Star Scouts: Jack Zimmerman, 571; Gailey Keller, 123; John Kennedy, 161. , , Life Scouts: Bill Ide, 161: Dick Eaton, 123; Charles Pearce, 273. Merit Badges: Harry Johnson, 101; Robert Baird, 161; Dick Eaton, 123; Barry Wain, 123; John Kennedy, 161; David Davis, 403; Gaiely Keller, 123; David Noble, 254; Alfred Wen-' dell, 123; Charles Thomas, 254; Jack Zimmerman, 271; Charles V Pearce, 273; David Lloyd, 271; John Zom-merfeld, 70; Don Bond, 24; Allen Levin, 32; Carl Moyer, 254; Malcolm Graham, 352; Robert Rebennack, 161. v Junior , .Rifle Corps awards: marksman first class: Carl Swanson, Edwin Mihalko, Samuel Lax; marksman: Wilbur Treat, Carl Swanson; ' pro-marksman: Robert Richards, Alfred Gonshor, Thomas Cooper, Leroy Liput, Preston Eckmeder,. El Klaips, anold Davidson, Ray Polnasek, bert Gearhart, Wayne Harrison, Anthony DobrowalskI, William Holtzman, David Powell, Paul Krapcho, Lucas Welgass, Lawrence Tutak, Robert Guzenski, . Clayton Fairchild, John Valania, John Rushin, Glenn Jacoby, Bruce Grif fiths. Seven campers and one leader were elected to membership In the Order or the Arrow, the national brotherhood of honor ' campers. Leader , was Elmer Burgess, Scout master of Troop 110, Alden. Scouts were: Hilbert Marling, Troop 70, Wilkes-Barre; John Kennedy, Jr., ", Troop 161, Kingston; George Neeley, Troon 161. Kingston; . David Noble. Troop 254, Plymouth; Carl Moyer, Troop Z54. Plymouth; Paul Newton. Troop 352, -West Pittston. and Sid ney Dressier, Troop 352, West Pitts ' ton. ' 06 Vitamin C From Roses Wild roses which thrive in' the English countryside are recognized as ricner natural sources oi vitamin than citrus fruits. The vitamin s extracted from the rose s seed case; in 1943 a ooo-ton harvest of rose tips was gathered commercially Rope Processed To Float A method has been developed in Great Britain for treating flexible . rope so that it floats from one to 10 dy- Cotton, flax, hemp, sisal or vis cose fibers may oe usea. I ,V0:,!A!I OVERCOMES HER CONSTIPATION! y '"Onc&Took Laxatives 3 of Times a Week'She Says ! ' . ..... . 'Are yon," too, a disappointed doser"! Then read this unsolicited letter ( ::::.: . v''-: :--"v',;. -Til ststte WotMnff tolebts, and with f I Snjr war of liTing changed around, I aooa I Yathiouiid I waa takine S or 4 laxativee a week,. 3 i land feeling terrible. Then I heard aboot I WkfLLOGG'S ALLBRAN tirouri row radio program. Toe Breakfast Club, sineo taking f daily helping- of ALL-BRAN, I am regular aa clockwork. Thanka for what your ALIBRAN has done for bm 1" Mrs, Myrtle .Wood. 17 JSeamaBTille t Akron. Ohio. ' ... .''- Yes, it does seem like magic, the way KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN "helps bo many people. "Get at" one common causa) of constipation lack of tnovgh dietary "cellulosie" dements t That's because ALL- BRAN is one of Nature's most effective sources of these elements which help the friendly colonic flora fluff np and prepare the . colonic contents for easy, natdral elimination! KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN is not a purgative! It's a gratle-acting, "regulating" food! If yotir constipation is this kino!, cat KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN regularly, with milk and fruit, or Mixed with other cereals. Drink k Tienuy vl water, aw u juu AvA real help I Insist on penning i ALL-BEAN, made on-bl I "Kellogs ia Battle Creek, , SAYS1 FOUND joijiPiir Search Of Fighting Zones For Seven Months Leads To Grave 'Pal Tells How Soldier Died Off Hal Doylt St. Laurent-Sur-Mer. Trance, (De-layedlCPr I Anally caught up with John Norbert Murphy after searching the war tones for mora than a year. Almost seven years ago my older brother, Ed, married John's sister, Monica, In Kansas City., John wasn't even In high school then. When I was back home last Spring Monica asked if I had ever VVNiv aai i vm iivi a iu wv- "He is In the Navy and landed with a Navv beach cart during the invasion of Sicily last July," she said. "He talked to some other cor respondents and learned you had landed with General Patton on the tame stretch of beach, but wasn't able to get in touch with you. When I went to England in May I still couldn't nnd him. Today I found him. over here. He was lying in olot B. Row rive, Grave 84. of the first American cemetery in France in World War II. In the mound of earth was stuck a stake to which was wired his identifying "dogtag." And a withered Normandy rose left there by French peasants who have put a flower over each of 2.000 American graves in the cemetery. The cemetery overlooks the stretch of beach on which John died on D-day. A few hundred yards away is a ruined 88-mm gun which', could have fired the shell that killed him. Walking in a heavy rain across a rutted beach I found a young radioman who told me about ifc "Murphy landed an hour after H-hour," he said. "He was carrying a tommygun. He was a radioman second class and in charge of communications for his platoon. He soon had the ship-to-shore radio working so the officers could direct the movement of troops and materials ashore. "He had to keep moving because he was on the hottest section of the beach. It was almost covered with German 88 shells, mortars and machinegun fire. "About 7 o'clock that night Murphy and his buddy. Radioman Third Class Lawrence Meredith, from Ok lahoma City, and two other men were in a foxhole. An 88 shell landed right in the foxhole. Murph and Meredith were killed instantly. One of the other fellows, was wounded, but the fourth man Wasn't even hurt. Company Commander Lt. George Clyburn, Conroe, Tex., recalled that John s platoon had been hardest hit on D-day. "We were badly mauled that day," he said.' In a one time German concrete bunker, I met Signalman Second Class George Lythgoe, Loogootee, Ind., and Radioman Second Class James Fanto, 22, Lowellville, O, V . MMRaM a I (UCQ abate fraea MI 4) WheS Ceaat Oaari eaaaaa Clyde Koaeaberf a( Sack Iilaaa, lit. "bit Ua iitt" la aaUh M wlahs 'weiere leini aara aa stui akaard a eembei eaUar, kit M . "Oaaa hnahed tff duty aad ieined him, Making Ua aaaeeOlaj aUlara above. They told me more of John's last hours. Lythgoe said he was with Murphy on the Sicily show. "I saw htm just before he came athora nera. ne wasn't worried. He never talked much except about his girl. Dolly, bark in Kansas City, and his Dad. "Things were so tough for a wnue on that beach that they were passing word along that us fellows In the Navy beach batulion might hava to move up and backstop Infantry troops." said Fanto. Murphy, just a Yank fighting man. wasnt scared. "Murphy fired his tommygun ftnee to be sure it was in good working condition." said Lythgoe. "Then he said 'well 1 11 be ready'. He was laughing." ' ANO'NbW. y llM OXUck, mlU mm4 wU ttm f led Circle, rick aa Mh Wad ar tliar, Wfaraei g wfaey ...at yer IWewdfy AA Store. .Vour treasured old photographs expertly copied and restored . . . Photograph Studio . . 2nd Fleer LAZARUS ATTENTION! LAZARUS PATRONS Store Will Close Tomorrow July 13th at 2:50 P. M. To enable our employes to attend the annual picnic at Sans Souci Park. Will Resume Our Usual Store Hours Friday, July 14th Just In! First Time In Wilkes-Barre! Tailored Cotton Covers - . I F o r Dining Room Ch air s ' 20 1, "x 16" for side chairs 21" x 17" for arm chairs (H)(0) ea. Woven cotton jacquard chair covers, as pretty as they are protective. In soft-toned stripes of blue ; with rose and ! beige, or rose with : blue and beige. 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