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! way.: Christianity was who Jjjgg Jrj YfCLT op-: op-: op-: .continued from Pae u ;iiVbanas company chaplain. toi S.-alone S.-alone S.-alone had been manager t h el the Newark Moore's as a 1095, fight of was service, under loaded suns, ready for battle, was cutter protecting a convoy. Jos. Scalone of tore four years when he was inducted into into the service in September, 1943. He was assigned to the Infantry and trained at Camp Adair. Ore., before being transferred transferred to Fort Ord, Calif., where Cru-!he Cru-!he Cru-!he was shipped overseas, last uspd'-ay uspd'-ay uspd'-ay for1 A native of Bmghamton, N. Y., where the infantryman spent his a d e early life, he is survived by his the! mother, Mrs. Anna Scalone, of and j Binghamton: four sisters and six of i brothers, four of whom are in the armed forces. Mrs. Susie Touvell, 46 North Williams street, received a telegram telegram Saturday informing her that her son, SSgt. James (Bob) Chrisman has been missing in action since March 7 in France. Sgt. Chrisman attended Otter the spectacle priests the symbol aibein college and Ohio university flag flag Italian blessed explorer Cross-bearer Missis-iinm, Missis-iinm, the the the Marquette, tiled as under is the words of Bv almost As some jour-rev jour-rev coming putting meals bedtime, mark t h e making identi-f'cd identi-f'cd Lind was employed by the Schul er Engineering company at t h e time of his enlistment in the army on Aug. (5, 1342. He had previously been graduated from Homer high school. Also an infantryman. Chrisman was attached to the Seventh army in France. He had been overseas less than a year. Training Training with the inlantrv was received received at Tule Lake. Calif. TSgt. Virgil Bratton, Jr., resident resident of Hebron until six years ago when his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bratton, Sr., moved to North Carolina, was slightly wounded in action in Germany on March 9, the parents have notified notified the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bratton, at Glen-ford. Glen-ford. Glen-ford. Enlisting in the army three years ago, Bratton also was assigned assigned to the infantry and has been overseas with Palton's 36th Infantry since last September. The 23-year-old 23-year-old 23-year-old 23-year-old 23-year-old soldier is mar- mar- r ied and h is wife and dan ghter i reside in Charlotte, S. C. 1 Wounded for the second time during his South Pacific tour of duty. Marine William Rico was able to notify his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rico, of 254 South Sixth street of an injury to his left eye, caused by a shell fragment before the war department department telegram reached them. Cpl. Rico wrote first on March 9 from a hospital in the South Pacific and said he was wounded wounded on Iwo Jima after 16 days of fighting. They have since received received another letter in which the marine stated he had been moved to a hospital in Hawaii and was making normal improvement, improvement, although he still could not see much out of his left eye. A former employe of the Newark Newark Stove company, Rico enlisted in the Marine corps on March 5, 1943, and trained at Parris Island, Island, S. C, Quantico, Va., and Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, Calif., prior to going to the South Pacific. He has participated in most of the heavy combat since the beginning of the fighting in the South Pacfic area. Quoting from his letter, "I have seen most of my buddies killed." Cpl. Rico was wounded previously previously at Saipan on July 19. Cpl. James M. Schaller, Jr., 20. received slight facial wounds on March 19 in Germany, the war department informed the father, Attorney James M. Schaller, 123 hlmvvood avenue, Saturday. Home on furlough the last of January, Schaller had been in combat with the 80th Infantry of Patton's Third army less than a month when he was wounded. At the culmination of his furlough here, young Schaller reported to Fort George G. Meade, Md., wnere he was immediately as- as- signed overseas. A graduate of Newark high school in 1942, Schaller was in- in- I ducted into service in March, i 1943. while working at the Ow- Ow- ! ens-Corning. ens-Corning. ens-Corning. He studied radar TWO MILLION POUNDS FEATHERBE0S NEEDED j Our boys need featherfilled sleeping bags, flying suits and : pillows. Goose and Duck feath-j: feath-j: feath-j: ers urgently needed old or new.;: For top price and complete!; shipping instructions mail small I sample of your feathers in It ordinary envelope to: ! E. F. Bl'RKI.E FEATHER CO. ': 541 North East Street 'ndianapolis 4. Ind. We Refund Shippine Charges. fife fatf A ..O 100- 100- (

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  1. The Newark Advocate,
  2. 26 Mar 1945, Mon,
  3. Page 14

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