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CLEAN TBEES HERALD, SATURDAY, MAY o, 1945 PAGE SEVEN ten and Women in Service eo£e of »£.th=« praaiee* as POUT ALLEGAXY I |«d by th« OKiss of O=*otxi^p r*PT V V T H » V l R4KD is 5 D. C.. prohibits p=b- i I At*!- AIHAA K. *-*KV .-S ; I-tics cl addresses of aatssjacn la i stationed in Honolulu "iVitn me' anzied lorees overseas. Possible j Utility Unit of tee TraasoorlS- ] **· rtni?t*-s «~r- r\*-_*r*rif**c r*~AV »"trt* I -r .»-_ - *· ~ «··* *"*·-· ·*·· j *· J^Z-Lm**a»--·£· ^*- ·-· ·--·» j *»rtn ^f^\**jC^ CTO*'*'* rv * ^ *v i"^^ *»V**iuJS · :iw^ty ^s« faTdisctaseZ 1 ' of frequently oseeting his tocsin,; !Lt Philio Carlson, Larrv Larson; · o' S-r^rincr* an--* toSw-l L;~r?" ; ?/0 S/C BOLIVAR MEEK. [ er £D*Edicg almost a Pacific area, was a i |32ds in Cuba and Bolivar ani PVT. DOMINIC TCOXETTI is ome on liiirtv cavs* furlough? Weekly activities of Olean* Western New York and Pennsylvania in condensed form, reviewed and conipiled for mailing to men and women in the services of the United States. SATURDAY. MAY 5, 1945 Men and Women in Service The code oi wartime practice* j licatioa o! aJdre«s»s cl d ; :ij srs3 forces overseas. OLEAN « i SHINGEflOCSE u£j PFC. ROBERT DICKEESON, is j son of Mr. and Mrs. Haro-c Dick- Sv 5 ^*' er£0::i - ^ ' A "^ ^ e Seventeenth " e -f..°~! Airborne Division ia Germanv. | CPL. CAEL CASE, JE^ has're- j turned to Camp George G. 3ade, i 5IL, after ssendirg tea days' Ce- [iay rcu:e -,vith his parents, Mr. *ATt "DAY, APRIL hositaUzsd w** « a ^PRIVATE BREGER ABROAD _ _ _ America's new representative ^ now* go-ne to Princeton. X. J. j Inlu7v~'ro:n ·^h-ao^el*'^ ^ro"" lire I °~ fee Anglo - American-Sorier ·e son of Joseph Meek o: Soli-1 ti^^' ^ ^-T r~^3T!~ed to! Reparation Coinmif.ee, Ecv.-ia \V. -. he saw actioa at Leyte. Lu-^"^,^;, hosoiiai. 11 and Angaur of the Paiaii Is-! PAUL K. MAXXLVG is serving; «i - with the Thirts Army in Germany. --"· JAMES W. D\VYER is; He writes of facing "well and ihat^e t Pauiey, appointee in an ;ove by President Truman, i is sieiemiineci to preveni .kin? of a -brittle peace." .e, after spending thirty months 1 n. in the U. S. Kavy, v.-ho ai engineers division. Fifth ! ser.'ed forty-four months \ ments :o dairy farmers. The Unit- ihe i! ei Nations Conference at San I my. in North Africa. Sicily and- j South Pacific a:ea. recently re- 1 Francisco finally is ready for bas| ceived forty letters and several i iness under the direction of a sur- Four foreign to existence ai :«_ LOWEY WASSOX, son of j packages while stationed tor a j prise council of Bi . and Mrs. Lo-.vry \Vasson. is · short tiire on a Pacific island j aiinisters voted ini ·ndins fifteen days' furlough} a -~" r having had no mail from| a plenary session. Sprins and the jarents here. Ke is sia- \ home since December. ; aoproaching cessation \.h his parents hied at Camp Shelby, Miss. i »/»GT. HOWARD FC. GLEXX A- NEWTON, son I XELLS L sot! ° { Mr - and Mrs. aoproaching cessaton of hostili- :I '" ! ties in Europe are blamed today three per cent increase in rs. James Shannon. returned home after spend|[ two years and nine months in i Pacific area. C/5 HERBERT R. BRUNDAGE Is been awarded the Combat In|':try Badge for taking part in battle of Zig Zag Pass and liberation of Bataan. The son Mr. and Mrs. Herbert £.) | mdage. he entered the Army in j iiuary, 19-43; and is a mail clerk' 'j\ an infantry division and i been overseas for the past I-teen months. He holds the jiatic Pacific Ribbon with one Ippaign star, Philippines Lib-, lltion Ribbon with one battle j Ir and the Good Conduct Rib- J-'FC. ORA E. \\1LLARD has PJeatly been promoted to that LJjk, according to word received ' relatix-es here. He is stationed :e Philippine Islands. :/5 ROBERT FORD, son of iel Ford, has just been pro- I'jted to his present rank from j/.t of corporal ^ IVAN IXGALLS who has I hi in the European theatre of Lr since June, 1944, writes his jj'e, Mrs. Margaret Ingalls. that ] | and two companions from his (fttpany recently spent seven days jNice, France. A member of ; Infantry, he received train- 1} at Camp Wolters, Tex. Pfc. I tails was employed by Clark I is. Co., Inc., Olean, before his t iction. GT. JOHX SETCHEL of Aber- Lln, Md., was a recent guest at ' - home of Mr. and Mrs. Zola Germany, Purple Heart and three clusters. He also received the Combat Infantry Ba-Jge and the European Theatre of Operations Ribbon with Camp Kilmer, N. J. The charred body of Mrs. Lila Derlien is found in the burned out bedroom of aer home in New London, Conn., the j fire is believed to have been start- three times. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Fessenden. K- l!m tfERALD W. HULBERT. | imerly at Boca Raton Field, ?... has arrived at the Victorville i 'my. Air Field in California ere he is a radar mechanic. |( .2 son of Mr. and Mrs. E.'W. jlbert, he has the following ad! ss: 32580105, Sqdn C.. Box 676, [·\\.A.F., Victorville, Calif. 'FC. THOMAS SACKEVGER V\ Mrs. Sackinger have left to I [lit relatives in Detroit Mich., I Her spending a week with the rimer's .parents, Mr. and Mrs. rarrv Sackinger before returning lplax\vell Field, Ala. IIV5 ROBERT S. COTTON is now g-rseas. He is the son of Pvt g-tha I. Cotton of Fort Ogle- forpe. Ga. Mrs. Cotton, form- |r of West Clarksville and Buf- », recently 'enlisted in the WAC |; has the following address i|219637, Co-.il, 20th. Regt, 3rd IA.C.T.C-, Fort Qglethorpe, Ga |./S LEWIS K. FERRIS,* son of It and Mrs. F. C. Ferris of this j ace. is recei\lng his boot train- ''· at the Sampson INaval Train- |f- Center. His address is: Co, If.'th 2-18L-U.S.N.T.C-, Sampson,; i f Y. His brother. Richard Lee s. G^.I. 2/c. has the follow|^ address: 60S-04-04, Grp. 509, I'll. Delivery Bldg., 4102-N.T.S., l:|wport R. I. I1 ohn Sherwood of the TJ. S. Navy f'ted at the home of his parents, |. and Mrs. Walter Shenvood, 183 week. BELMOXT 1ST LT. JAMES H. SAUXD- EKS, uventy-one, a lead crew pilot in England on B-17 bombers has been promoted from a second lieutenancy. He has also been given the Air Medal for meritorious achievement. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Arling H. Saunders, Noble Street. His brother. Donald Saunders. H.A. 1/c, in the Naval Hospital in Philadelphia. Pa., has recently been promoted to his oresent rating. S/SGT. CHESTER TERIBUR1'. invalided home from the European Theatre several months ago, is now on aircraft inspector at the Lockbourne Army Air ' Base. Columbus, Ohio. PVT. DAVID HOLLJSTER Is participating with the Marines in the invasion of Okinawa. NEIL CLESTE, S. 2/c, husband of the former Miss Leola Quinn, is-now at the Naval Base at Bremerton, Wash. CPL. KEITH HARRIS of Fort Dix, N. J., is home on two weeks' furlough with his mother, Mrs. Owen E. Harris. JOHN BIGELOW, S. 1/c, is home from Fishers Island on a week's leave. PVT. LOUIS McNINCH. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. McNinch, ia now reported with a Military Police -Corps in Germany. A brother, John McNinch. is with the Armv in the Pacific area. FRANK L. HORTON, F." 1/c, on an LST in the Pacific for more than one year, has participated in several invasions, his parents here learn. AVILUAM KYLE, S.F. 2/c, who has been in Boca Chica. Fla., for some time, is now overseas. Malcolm Geuder, Flying Hump, Is Given Air Medal gtW.Kamery [warded Badge ing in bed. Abohahanta junior and senior groups of School No. 4. conduct a combined candle-lighting ceru- rnony to mark the opening of the World Security Conference at San Francisco. Compulsory peace time- military service for eighteen- year-olds is discussed by four iiigh school students at the monthly meeting of the Good Fellowship group at the Trinity Methodiat Church. Mr. and Mrs! A. L. Varley. Front Royal, Va_. former Olean residents, announce the engagement of their daughter. Betty, to First Lieutenant Irwin P. Franklin. Buffalo. Miss Elizabeth Carmany. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carmany, North Thirteenth Street, Olean. is president of the Intersorority Council at the New York State Teachers' College. Albanj-. Rev. Gerald McMina, O.F.M., moderator of the St. Boni- venture Alumnae Association, is honored guest at a banquet served in Alexander Hickey Memorial HaD at the college. Sulphur fumes escaping from a refrigerator at the home of O. E. Burcfick, 902 West Henley Street bring out firemen of Company No. 1, Olean. One hundred couples were in attendance at the annual Spring Hop of the Boys' Hi-Y in the hall of St. Mary's Academic School. George Jacob Burgart, seventy- seven, years of age. dies at St. Jerome's Hospital. Batavia. Miss Chariete Peterson. Olean, has been elected a member of the Aelioian Literary Society of Oberlin College. Clean's quota in the Seventh War Loan campaign which starts on May 14. is 51.700.000. The Very Rev/Thomas Plassmann, O.F.M.. president of St. Bonaventure College and Semin- By Dave Bwg*r jj^iS?* 1 - **« e ^ " f5i Viola Cells Chai " _ I f W-" of the Rev. and Mrs. Alfred J^ff* ^H^T; ^V^ J Chain, South Main Street, Bolivar, \ "^t, " ^ .£ E is :!arri«l to Tec-mici! Sergeant T""- ~.^7.. from Seaman n Ste-.vart is a son of t. 632 ?~ Garden of he Soiitii Pacific. --e Infantry. ? VT j^j? TAYIjOE icai patient a: Cams " ary, ·anil be given the honorary degree of doctor of laws at the annual commencement of Niagara University. The marriage is announced of Major William M. Smith, Olean. of the Medical Corps of the United 1 States Army, to Miss Emily Pierpoat White. Utica; the ceremony is performed in St. Matthew's Cathedral, Dallas, Texas. Giuseppi Bello. son of Pietro Bello. Van Campen Avenue, Olean. is commissioned ensign in the Naval Reserve at the Nax-al Air Training Base at Pensacola, Fla, Herbert Lovitz. Brookviev.- Avenue, is a patient at the United States Veteran Hospital at Bath. The War Department haa listed s- aJ^Br^JHIH^UHR "You understand, we can't do this for you EVERY time we hold an inspection;" Leon; Mrs. Genevieve MofTet, the wife and mother, is in Townsend Hospital, Gowanda, with 'severe burns. Twenty-five and three- quarters tons of waste paper and paperboard are picked up by the Boy Scouts in an afternoon drive in Olean. Orton N. Rounds, Olean, has been promoted to sergeant; he is an aircraft armorer with a Fifth Air Force Service Command. Private Buddy Rogers of the Women's Army Corps is honor guest at a dinner at the New Central Hotel on the eve of her departure for Des Moines, Iowa, where she 'will serve as a medical technician. Staff Sergeant James M. Zog- hibe was wounded April 14 in Germany, according to word received from the War Department by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Zoghibe, 1114 R e e d Street Miss Evelyn Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Turner, Portville, is married to Richard Green, also of Portville. Miss Teresa E. Boyle. " Portville. for many years a teacher in the Olean schools, until her retirement several years ago. dies at Avon, N. Y. Twenty-eight months- spent in Africa with the Air Corps is the record chalked up by Staff Sergeant Clarence W. Jenkins. 211 North First Street. before "tiis return to the "United States. Private First Class Stephen Wallon, Olean, has been awarded the Air Medal; he is serving with the Quartermaster C o r p s in France. Sergeant D. D. Feheley. Eldred. Pa., has been released from a German prisoner of war camp according to -word received by his family; he lost both legs below the knee when he was shot down in Italy, where he was serving as a radio operator on a B-24 Liberator bomber. William John Fitzpatrick, EUicottville. has been commissioned as ensign in the United States Naval Reserve after graduating at ceremonies held in St John's Cathedral. New York City. Olean and Wellsville split week end games, played as pre-season contests. Baseball results: International: Buffalo S-l. Jersey City 6-8: Svracuse 4-2. Rochester 2-ff- that of master sergeant; he is serving in the Pacific theater of war. The total amount of credit for each Boy Scout who worked on the three waste paper pickups conducted 'in Olean during the past three months, is 1,250 pounds. Private Donald H. Barth, Olean. is convalescing in a hospital in England- from wounds, received April 4 while in action in Germany. Sergeant Donald D. Foskit, Olean. is serving with the 243rd. Ordnance Battalion, with the United States Army on Luzon. Two brothers, Private Perry F. Michienzi and Private Thomas Michienzi, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Michienzi. North Eighth Street, Olean. have both received the Purple Heart for wounds received in action while fighting on the European front Ralph M. Brown, Olean, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Brown. North Twenty-First Street, has been promoted to the rank of first lieutenant; he is serving with the Eighth Air Force in England and is pilot of a Fortress. Private Edward A. Dutkiewicz, Olean, serving with the United States Army in Germany, has written to his mother, Mrs. Agnes- Dutkiewicz. that he went hunting in Germany and bagged a deer. Memorial services are held for Private Malon Stanley, Shinglehouse. at the Christian and Missionary Alliance church in that borough. \ Private First Class Marion J. Yen!. Allegany, is serving with a Women's Army Corps detachment at the headquarters of the Ninth Air Force Service Command in France. Staff Sergeant J. B. Campagnari, Olean, has completed , forty missions in combat against the Japanese in the western Pacific and is now in the Palaus awaiting reassignment Charles L. Reed, 208 West Green Street. Olean. has been promoted to the grade of sergeant at Camp Croft. S. C. Approximately 250 youth representing seven different denominations and twenty - two churches in Allegany County, attend the Allegany County Youth Rally in the First Baptist.Church, Cuba. Kingdort Kellogg, gunner's E'ORTVILLE -- Sergeant Wil- i Kamery has. been awarded i Base ' I Combat Infantryman's Badge ! Malcolm exemplary conduct in action Goodrich LT. :LVLCOL:VI GEUDER AIR TRANSPORT Command and Mrs. Ralph E. Smalley. Friendship. Lee Stull. Jr., aviation ordnanceman third class, has been killed in action, according to a Navy Department telegram re« ceived by his wife. Mrs. Cnarlotte Stull: he was stationed on an aircraft carrier in the South Pacific area. Staff Sergeant Vincent Barber has been awarded the Purple Heart for shrapnel wounds and a foot fracture received in action in Germany. October. 1944. Private i First Clas.-; Robert M. McDon- j nell of Bolivar in a letter to his 1 Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Brooklyn 4. New York 3: St Louis 2-8, Cincinnati 1-3: Philadelphia 5-0, Boston 3-1: Pittsburgh 6-5. Chicago 2-4. American: New York 13-1. Washington 4-2: St Louis 3-10: Chicago 2-4: Boston 2-6, Philadelphia 0-3; Cleveland 4-0, Detroit 0-4. mate third class, is reported missing in action in the Pacific Theater of War by the Navy Depart; ment. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2 Members of the Buffalo Poultry Association indicate that they will continue their "temporarily closed' campaign until they are able to buy fowl at Office of Price Administration ceiling prices. Detail? of an automatic engine control, designed to simplify"the pilot's job! went with the Cattaraugus Coun- irf a war plane, "are disclosed by ty soil Conservation District by ., rt . T~I . .i - _ *-.. tt- TTT -.i*Vi»i^h o r»nmn]pt*» PnTIKPT-vafiftn linst the Japanese on Cebu. ilippine Islands, according: to ,,,......,,.. ----- -..~ ------ ----- -- , , ... irst Lieutenant | McDoniiel] .Bolivar, states that be j J ° r d ^ a ' un f of 5 Jrs es- and ap- der. pilot 1320 j h a s rece i ve d the Silver Star: for | P roved by the senate lulitary Avenue. Olean, N. T.. i meritorious service in the Euro- j Affairs Committee is being- a - TUESDAY, MAY 1 i i It is stated in Washington that i it is now unlikely that any American nurse will be drafted in this j the General Electric Co.. with War j , Department approval. Three brothers, aged nine, eleven and thirteen confess to starting an SSO.OOO fire at the Charles West Coal Co. in seaman first class, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brehnj. Erie Street, Olean. to Private First Class Chester Skiver. Portville. Staff Seregant Maynard Brown, Duke Center, has returned to the United States from the European Theater of war and is now in the England General Hospital. Atlantic City. N. J. Mrs. John MeCaffery, Cuba, is celebrating her ninetieth birthday anniversary. Private John H. Silk, Jr.. Wiicox. Pa., has completed training at Fort Benninp, Ja.. and has won the right to wear the boots and wings of the United States Army Paratroops, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Sherman. Olean. observe their golden wedding anni- .'ersary at the home of. their daughter, Mrs. Adolph Swanson, Center Street, Olean. Baseball results: Nationals: all games postponed because of cold. American: Chicago 5, Detroit 0; Boston 5, Washington 4. Intertional: games postponed, rain. ' THURSDAY. MAY S The White House at Washington keeps the lid clamped today on all information that would indicate whether .any surrender negotiations are in progress for what remains of the German armies. The Journal of the American Medical Association urges the nation's hospitals to ration nurses as a means of releasing more graduate nurses for military duty. Quick Senate approval is seen for President Truman's first cabinet change, the appointment of Democratic National Chairman Robert E. Hannegan to be postmaster general. Two skunks born at the Philadelphia Zoo are named Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. State Agriculture Commissioner C. Chester DuMond states that support of State market orders and increased milk production, efficiency are the greatest contribution dairymen can make to New York's peacetime dairy industry. President Truman" appoints Supreme Court Justice Robert H."Jackson to ait with a United Nations Military tribunal which will try Nazi Germany's war criminals and their European accomplices. The Big Three at San Francisco are reported to have broken the deadlock in negotiations over the Polish question. Mrs. Mary E. Robertson, Machias, district deputy grand matron and Duane Deising, Gowanda, district deputy grand lecturer, pay their official visit to Electa Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star and tell of the work of the order for service men in hospitals and on hospital ships. Mrs. Mable Brown. Olean, ia elected president of the Past Noble Grands Association of Cattaraugus County at a meeting held in Olean. Miss Leeta Earner is elected president of the Olean Teachers League at the annual bowling banquet of the organization. Sergeant Robert B. Halliday, East Forest Avenue, Olean, radio operator of a Superfortress in the Pacific .theater of war. has been axvarded the Air MedaL Private First Class Glenn J. Brown, Olean, with another Army private, are credited with the capturing sixty five Nazi soldiers in a German town. Private First Class Robert L. Kinney, Olean. has been awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received March 4 in Germany. Private John C. Rask, Jr.. East Pine Street, Olean. has won the right to wear the boots and wings of the United States Army Paratroops. The Cattaraugus Rod and Gun Chib has signed an agree- X1NGS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jennings, Orchard Avenue, is stationed at Ship Service Cuddiky Field, Corous Christ:, Texss. 1ST LT." JOHN D. LAFFERXY was promoted to his present rank from that of second lieutenant as of March 1, according to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lafferty, 212 South Ninth Street Lt Lafferty is now in Germany with the Seventh Army. war; the measure approved by the House March 7. providin has been awarded the Air Medal, it was announced by Brig. Gen. rd" "received by his wife "Mrs ! w i'-"am K. Tunner, commandin ry Kamery of this place. general of the India-China Drn- pean "theater of operations. Glean Oiler far.s have been invited to attend a dinner of the Bradford Exchange Club to be served in Ihe lo-red to die on the Senate calendar. The production in the near future by the Eastman Kodak Co.. Rochester, of a photographic Rochester. The locomotive and j club eight cars of the New York Central's crack passenger train "Wolverine" leave the track on a. curve in Rochester killing the engineer which a complete conservation plan is to be carried out on a lO-1-acre tract of farm and woodland near the village of Cattarau- recently purchased by the ANDOA'ER PAT. JOHN P. RICHARDSON has returned to camp at Brenton- wood, N. Y., after a short furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Porter W. Richardson, Dyke Street SGT. KENNETH VARS has gone to Lake Placid for further asignment, following a month'* furlough soent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Vars, Dyke Street During his time home, after a three-year period of service in the Pacific area, Sgt Vars was married to Miss Hilda Clarke, daughter of Mrs. Ethel Clarke of Independence. Mrs.'Vars will continue with her work as grade teacher in Andover Central School. ROLAND SHAFF, C-M. 3/c, is spending a month's leave with his mother, Mrs. Roxie Shaff. He has been doing mecnanical work with the Navy in the Pacific area. S/SGT. HERMAN R- ES'GRA- HAM'S work again received special mention from the War Department, with the following citation, "for six consecutive months the B-5 Mitchell Bomber force, with which Sgt. Ingraham is serving as vehicle operator, has topped all others in the Mediterranean Theatre of Operations for bor/ibinff accuracy." of ilr. and Mrs. Glen Har.el of this place, and Sgt Kenneth Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Howard also of ShingJehouse, recently met in London. Er.glar.d. They are both stationed with the ·Vrniy Air Force. FFC. WILLIAM STANLEY, a member of the Seventh Airborne Division is confined to a hospital .n France because of illness,* according to a letter received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Stanley of Sunnystde. SGT. KEXNETH HOWARD, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Howard. :ias been awarded the Presidential Unit Citation, the European Theatre of Operations Ribbon with a Bronze Star and the Air Medal with an Oak Leaf Cluster, according to a letter received by his wife, Mrs. Howard. PFC. GIFFORD KELLOGG. who has been serving in the U. S. Army overseas for two years, is spending a furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kellogg. PFC. JOE MILLER, who has been in a hospital in England because of burns received in action, is now back in combat .with his company, the Seventeenth Airborne Division, according to word received bv his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller. GPL. IVAN WILSON, grandson R1CHBURG PVT. DARWIN BILLIARD is now stationed in the Philippine Island!. A former Richburg resident, he has been overseas since January of this year. Senate. Prospects that the committee will continue to function until "Japan is brought to her knees." The world to come must be organized on a basis ol cooperation declares Dr. Kirtley Mather, Harvard geology professor, in .Rochester; thanks to science and technology there is enough for all, he asserts. President Truman's nomination of Robert E. Hannegan, Democratic National Chairman, as Postmaster General is meeting opposition on the part of the Republicans in the for a reduction in draft"~caUs during the next few months are debunked by Chief of Staff Marshall, who points out that the Army has not yet been able to met replacement demands. The American flag is raised .over all Pennsylvania's anthractite mines as the government takes over operation of the strike bound industry. The Polish question again dominates the United Nations Conference at San Francisco with reports of a sufficient change in Russia's attitude TO raise Anglo-American hopes for real progress toward a. solution. Private First Class Robert M. Davis is spending a thirty day convalescent furlough with his wife and parent* in Olean, after seeing action in Italy, France, Germany and Belgium, where he wounded for the second time. of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilson o£ Horse Run. is now serving in Germany near Duweldorf. DONALD EXSTKOM, P.O. 3/c, son of Mrs. George Stannard and now receiving training at Corpus : Christi, Tex., has just been pro- moted to his present rating in the ~'~U. S. Navy. Mrs. Enstrom and ". sons are with P. O. Enstrom. "' : · LT. GORDON M. MAYNARD has arrived safely in England, ac- cording- to a letter received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin':.·:, Maynard. . '. \ - ' Additional clinics for treatment of children with toxoid to protect them against diphtheria are announced by the city and county health departments. Private First Class Jack Ness, son of 3trs. Marion Ness, is reported killed in action in the Pacific area April 21. Miss Nancy Hurlburt has been chosen valedictorian of the 1945 Senior Class at Portville High School; Donald Wormer will be salutatorian of the class. Private Homer Long, Bradford. Pa., is re- Private First Ciass Frederick ported killed in action in Germany, Hamme!!, Andover. has been j April 6- Mr. and Mrs. John Eugene awarded the Combat Infantry-! Hewitt Wolf Creek, near . Portman's badge for participation in j ville. are observing the thirty-sixth lens with a built-in heating- sys- | and injuring forty-five persons, j the liberation of Bataan. Sergeant j anniversary of their marriage tern designed fo~- Mr Vorc» use i President Truman recommends to! John T. Sackett, Olean. with other j The Bachelor Club of O: ' Y f - n s to wear one star in his t'iatic-Pacific Campaign s -?:s division was ' ? n Army unit Lc operations agains jjjse at Guadalcanal, lak ij eight mile I Marines in } is announced. Americans are told i Congress that it make a seven' rr.emoers bluntly in Washington that the"! billion cut in funds avauaole _ to j the Ninth Army Air face a battle against hunger in ! e Wartime Commission for snip j been given a citauon of Olean of Detachment YF of'elects Malcolm Jones, president: Eugene Moore, vice president: Richard Snodgrass. secretary: Leo FORTVILLE ROBERT CARR, A.S., has as his address: 976-28-09, Co. 479, F-1S L, U. S- Naval Training Center, Sampson, K. Y. PFC. GEORGE LA FEVER is''_..'. spending a furlough at his home, on the Wolf Run Road. = · · . - . - " PVT. DANA ENOS, who recent- c ly left for service,.is in the Army/''" Air Corps stationed at Sheppard T Field, Wichita Falls, Tex., accord-: · ing to word received by'his paf-'v- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Enos. SGT. DUAKE BUCKLES has : ! been promoted to his present yank'r- from that of corporal, according'to"-"- word received by his.parents, Mr;^ and Mrs. Clair Buckles of Port- ville. Sgt Buckles is stationed in."" India. His brother, Gerald Buck-' i les has been p~romoted to private" : -.'-."' first class and is serving with / General .Patton's Third Army in '-.-'·'·.''·. Germany. . · " .... ·":..·-. PFC. CUFFORD TT1WERDOR- EX has.returned to Camp Atter-.. bury, Ind., after spending a brief " furlough at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Buckles, Portville. His wife and infant daughter accom- : panied -him on his return trip. Cpl. E.J. Clement Now Linesman Along Rhine WITH ADVANCE SUPPLY FORCES. Germany--Corporal. Eddie J. Clement 151A Elm Street Franklinville, N". Y., a member of the Twenty-sixth Signal Construction Battalion is a linesman with this veteran outfit now opening lateral communications along the banks of the Rhine -River and be; tween rear echelon units and the advancing armies. When completed, the lines will connect with a mighty Rhineland booster arid repeater station controlling direct communications between Berlin. Paris and the Atlantic cables. Throughout the same territory.the signalmen are also rehabilitating underground railroad cable. Before entering the service in May. 1941. Cpl. Clement farmed . at the home of his father, Duane .. Clement, at Franklinrille. He joined his present unit at Camp Ciaiborne. La., where it was "preparing for overseas operations. In Juiv. 1942. it shinned to Iceland ngie ] and completed a thirteen months' tour before sailing for England. The Twenty-sixth Signal arrived on the Continent shortly after D- Day and has been one of the spearhead organizations of Advance Section. Comrnuriication Zone, spe- iny Vac- } cializirig i~ open wire and under. i 37-our.c and submarine cable com- The award was made upon com- 1st. E. D. Polen port Command, is recognized by i that the World Security confer- j been ordered to cor..=«;:dat airmen ss the world's tousrhest i encs will begin -to 'disintegrate j Port-.-ills ar.d Qiean -quadrorj ihe opening! Black. Scio. has been promoted to j munications. adford Blue] the rank of technician fifth grace i } Okinawa to transport equip- :,i Tit Jvlain implements vrere a pair of s : ;rs and a piece of wire. They 1,-e already aided in overhauling ? e tons of gear on the island, i Twenty-five years did. Sgt Po|: is ffiie son of Mr. arc Mrs. John nlished his mission with disl:nc-! his three-year-old son". Lee. met I nine hundred names on the mem- j has beer, wounded for the third tion. . . . " '· death when an explosion caused 1 bfrship roster of the organization, j time in action in Germany. April ' The award was made for the j bv the father attempting to startj Theodore Hague, United States j 15, accord^- to word received by - . . . . . . . . L xurir.o, East Kler. of this place. He bas been f^-seas twenty-six months wife I period of sen-ice Januarv 17, 1945. | a fire in the kitchen stox-c with [ Army, has been promoted from I his wife. * · Marines. i to March 4, 1945. " i oil, set fire to their home r. ear i the rank of technical sergeant to [State St; rect; he was previously FRIDAY, MAY 4 all games postponed. International League. Jersey City 7, Rochester Senator James M. Mead, chair- j 4; Baltimore 10, Montreal 7. Naman nf the Senate War Ir.vestigat- j sjonal an ing Committee states in Dunkirk * games postponed. and American. Leagues, all Sherwood Has Badge JSE -- P r i v A. Sherwood. Mrs. William Sherwood, has been cited by his infantry regiment of the Eighty- fifth "CKster** Division and has been awarded the Combat Infantryman's Badge for actual parti- cination in combat against the enemy on the Fifth Army front in Italy. The decoration is awarded to the infar.trv soldier who has prov« i ed his fighting ability ia sombat

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