Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on June 3, 1945 · 25
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Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois · 25

Chicago, Illinois
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Sunday, June 3, 1945
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6. A. R. MEMORIAL SERVICES WILL BE HELD TODAY Begin with Parade at 1 :30 This Afternoon Thirteen posts of the American legion and various patriotic organizations will participate In the parade and memorial services today of the St. Adalbert's cemetery division of the G. A. R. memorial association. The parade, led by a motorcycle escort will begin at Milwaukee and Nagle avs. at 1:30 p. m. Legion posts participating will Include Gladstone, Lafayette, Capt. Kelly, Pulaski, Jefferson Park, Ironsides, Theodore Roosevelt, George Wash lngton. Victory, Cragin-IIansen Park, Avondale, Chopin Park, and Woodrow Wilson. Other Who Will farad Alio marching in the parade will he tho Jefferson Park and Victory chapter! of the Polish Army vet erans. District J. gold star mothers and fathers, and drum and bugle corps units. Under the direction of C. A. La seekl, parade marshal, the parade will proceed north on Milwaukee av. to the Soldiers and Sailors' mon-j ument at St. Adalbert's cemetery, Niles. ! List Speakers i Speakers at the cemetery will include the Rev. Francis KullnskI, pastor of St. Florlan's church, Jufge Joseph Burke of the Appel-lav rourt, John Szykowskl, consul general of Poland, and representatives of the American Legion, Vet-! erans of Foreign Wars, Polish Le-i gion of American veterans and Po-: lish Army veterans. ; Services, starting at 2 p. m., will be under the direction of Theodore CzarneckL, Taps will be blown and a firing squad will fire three salvos in memory of dead service men. WOMAN'S GROUP OF HOSPITAL TO HOLD LUNCHEON The women's auxiliary of the Norwegian American hospital, 1044 N. Francisco a v dicife Sanaa? Trigonal Jan 3, 194S Part 3 Page 5 NW With AMERICAS FIGHTERS f4. f Pvt. Stephen Madalinski, whose wife, Rose, lives at 2734 Cortez st has returned . - home after being discharged from the army. He has been awarded the Purple Heart. Pvt. Lawrence Gust alt is, 1644 Erie st, believes he never will get out of the medics. In a medical battalion, he patched the wounded on Oki- Tit. HadaUniU nawa without a chance to fight back for so lone that he asked for a transfer to an infantry unit. In his division's attack Gustaitis' com pany fought to the top of a ridge with heavy casualties. When the outfit's medic was killed, Gustaitis again was called on to aid the wounded. He has rescued eight men under fire. Sgt. Edward Janka had his baptism under fire early on his first mission over Cermany. Leaving the target he was pounced upon by a pack of Nazi fighters, who air conditioned his plane with 30 bullet holes, shot off the prop from the No. 2 engine, and cut the catwalk in half. Nevertheless, he returned to his base. Husband of Mrs. Mary P. Janka, 2132 N. Oakley av., he entered the service in December, 1943, and went overseas in July, 1944. He is now convalescing from an illness in Miami. After completing 35 missions over Germany during his nine months of overseas service, Staff Sgt Walter Witzke, gunner on a Flying Fortress, came home for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Witzke, 4613 Patterson av. Wounded in the left leg in Ger many, Sgt Steve J. Kolacki, son of Mrs. Clara Ko- waiter wium lack!, 1425 N. Wood st, is at a convalescent center In England. In the army since February, 1913. he has been awarded the Purple Heart. Promotion to captain of Harry D. Melchcr, assistant state procurement ofllccr at state selective service headquarters In Springfield, has been A v - reported. Capt. Melcher and his family, who live temporarily in Springfield, formerly resided at 5644 Berenice av. In Italy, Raymond E. Luther, husband of Mrs. Charlotte M. Luther, 5521 Byron st, has been promoted to corporal Overseas since April, 1944. he has one campaign star on his European-African-Middle East service ribbon. He is a former employe of the Guardian Life Insurance company. Wounded while trying to rescue I t ' : "Y Cory. Lather a comrade. Pvt. Frank P. Martino, 454 N. Peoria St.. is recovering at a convalescent cen ter In England. Formerly employed by Montgomery Ward & Co., he has been awarded the Purple Heart. Sidney Bleaden, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bleaden, 3214 Leland av.. recently was promoted to first lieutenant at the Abilene Tex.l army air field, where he Is an assistant technical Inspector. will close its sea. son's activities Tuesday n o on with a luncheon in the Morrison hotel. Plans for the opening next fall of the auxiliary's gift shop in the hospital lobby will be announced. Mrs. Ralph H. Warden, who will far' V Ma R. EL Warden be installed as president, will preside at the luncheon. Other officers to be installed are: Mrs. Grover Criswell, vice president; Mrs. E. J. Caspers and Mrs. O. E. Veneklasen, secretaries, and Mrs. Henry F. Weiler and Mrs. H. D. Cartmell. treasurers. 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