Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 12, 1952 · Page 9
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD* TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1952 NINE News Of Tri-State District Men And Women In Service Keyser, W. Va.. Kooken, who en-itember of last year and received tered service in June of last year, received recruit training at Bainbridge. He attended Elk Garden High School prior to entering the; Navy,, * basic training at Sampson Air Force Base, N. Y. He graduated from Port Hill High School last June. 1 E. Kessel, damage control-1 Blacklln for duty with the Pacific third class, USN, son of Mr.(Fleet. ..and Mrs. A. E. Kessel, Burlington,! •KW. Va, recently returned to Nor-! Pvt. William A. McKenzie, 21, ofjj Va., aboard'the heavy cruiser! Frostburg, recently completed basic Promoted recently to corporal j while training with the «th Infantry Division at Camp Rucker, Ala., *™ Srk ' Pfc. James T. Johnson. 3rd, 20, son of Dr. and Mrs. James T. Johnson, Jr., 206 Washington Street, has reported to Parks Air Force Base, San Francisco, Calif. Prior an Albany after three months of! training with the Fifth Infantry Prostbur 8- 'duty in the Mediterranean. jDivision at Indiantown Gap, Fa.,| Mrs. Henry Stark, RFD No. 1, \ instructor in Headquarters Squad- .;j_;Capt Joseph P. Blundon, USNR, and Mrs. Edward McKenzie, he at;.$! Keyser, W. Va., has been recalled' tended Beall High School. •-.'or temporary active duty with ttie — Military Reservation. A son of Mr. Studying chemical warfare at the Bureau o£ Naval Personnel in Two Frostburg men have corn- Fleet Training Center, Norfolk, Va. are Charles M. Mullaney, seaman apprentice, son of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Mullaney, Mt. Savage and John B. Erichsen, aviation electronics technician, first class, son Washington. He will serve on the j pieted processing at the 2053d Re- ••*J»aval Reserve selection board for. c eption Center at Fort George G. -Officer promotions. He is a member,Meade and have been assigned for! o! „ * nd Mrs ' Broder D "•of the Naval Reserve Civil Engmeer ' Army basic training Thev are: PvtJ sen ' o!dtown - Mullaney entered the '"Corps which has heaquarters in the i Frank Framm, 20, son of Mr. andi Navy m June and recelve d recruit ;,'Naval Reserve Training Center, Me-;Mrs. Richard Fram, 41 Bowery I fining at Bambndge. He graduat- SHaig's Hill. He Ls on the staff of toe i street, Eighth Infantry DivisionJ ed from ^ LaSa!le Hl S h Sch ° o1 - ™ ti - :^legany Ballistics Laboratory in 1 Port Jackson, S. C. and Pvt. James i*™, "^ f"' 08 ] " Decembe f' — • 11942 and also received recruit lining at Bainbridge. He attend- Oldtown High School. ;N. Dunn, 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. jjames Dunn :, mh Armored £~ Cpl. George W. Stevenson return- ! sion. Camp Chaff ee, Ark. V-*d to Keesler Air Force, BlloxiJ - — ! - - "Jliss.. after spending a 15-day fur-j Pvt. James Richard Randall, son! Pfe- Vcrnon E. Poole, 19, son of plough with his parents, Mr. and; of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Randall, 209 j^ 5 - Helen Poole, Oldtown Road, s. James G. Stevenson, 120 West j Maryland Avenue, has reported to nas returned to Keesler Air Force ron, 3700 B. M. T. G., Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. He enlisted last February. The reason monkeys continually search through their hair is for loose pieces r/ skin and salt that exudes from their bodies. -^Second Street. Fort Knox, Ky., with the Third Base, Biloxi, Miss., where he is at- Armored Division. He was stationed' tending school on electronics and for 13 months with the 321st Signal Battalion, Fort Meade, ;f^I James L. Bauer, seaman appren- .^tice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. "JSenry W. Bauer, RD 1, Keyser, W. . : ^Va., is scheduled to return to the! Pfc. George L. McCulloh, Frcst- ; iVI J7nited States next month after!burg, is participating in "Exercise Completion of a. cruise in the Med- j Snow Fall" at Camp Drum, N. Y. ^iterranean aboard the heavy cruiser: He is a clerk with the Message S Des Moines, flagship of the j Center Operation Co,npany of the S. Sixth Fleet, J66th Signal Operation Battalion. radar. He entered service in Sep- BRING YOUR FILM WORK to b« d«v«lop<d >° RAND'S 24 HOUR SERVICE WE SELL FILM OF ALL KINDS RAND'S Cer. Baltimore and Centre St», .vg;.. Pvt, Lyndon J. Gump, son of Mr. ••;p.nd Mrs, L. M. Gump, 607 Greene OBtreet, has arrived at Indiantown ?Gap, Pa., Military Reservation for Sa 16-week basic training cycle. Pvt. 'SjGurnp is a graduate' of George Washington University where he vteceived his BS degree. •y While serving aboard the landing ;','ihlp dock USS White March with Jthe Sixth Fleet in the Mediterran- ';|ean, Lt. Floyd W. Dawson, USN, of ^Romney, W. Va., spent the Christ- jjmas holidays in Naples, Italy. After ^attending religious services, crew .|members of the White Marsh enter- y.talned local orphans with a turkey ,; limner, toys and a Santa Claus. ;,. Harry B. 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