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THEY FIGHT FOR PEACE
By Helen Marks and Sally Willock
Reading from left to right:
Afc Albert Evans-posed at Gardner
W Lt. Victor Ramsey-died in an airplane
W Sgt. Nick Rappach-lost his life in a
bomber crash in which all but the navigator
W Pvt. Michael Puhalla-died in a tank
accident at Ft. Benning, Ga.
W Pfc. Michael W. Martini-died fighting
on the Anzio Beachhead.
W Pvt. Steve Melago-forfeited his life in
a tank accident in Italy.
W Pvt. George Bizumich-lost on a bomber
mission somewhere over Alaska.
Pvt. Robert Best-enjoying the spring
flowers in England.
SZfc Myron, Cpl. Arnold, Mary Shotts
Flechser, and Robert Flechser-a fightin'
Pvt. Charles I-'limes-poses on the home
W Pvt. Paul Gergel-joined the Marines
before graduating with the class of Janu-
ary, 1944. He was killed in action in the
W Pvt. Michael Popovec-killed in a tank
accident in India.
That Marine?-It's William I-lottinger
and he's in the Solomons in the Pioneers.
A man and a mountain.-The man, Pvt.
"Lefty,' Bindas-the mountain, who cares?
Cpl. Arnold Chambers-another leather-
neck in the thick of it.
Cpl. John Gavelier--a Marine poised for
action in the jungle depths.
S Zfc Johnny Kohut-thinking of his
journey to the Pacific.
First Lt, Francis Witt-a flying lad lost
in a raid over Berlin.
Pvt. John Ragan-turned poultryman in
the South Pacific.
form in England. Who is he? None other
than Pvt. Bernhard Osborne.
Proud Marine? You bet! It's Cpl. Wil-
liam Boyle of the USMC, back from the
Atlantic and Pacific.
Handsome Iacl, hmm? It's Sgt. Joseph
Sharp cartridge belt.--Pvt. Myron Burn-
side in England wears it.
AKC Edward E. Ference.-What's he
S Zfc Melvin Textoris-swapped his
clarinet for a chance to swab the decks.
Sgt. Louis Merdich and M 3fc John
Barich.-John practices his French on
Louis in preparation for his stay in North
Cpl. Jack Tocco-in che heart of spa-
Frank E. Boyle-instructor of tank forces
sports a Kentucky smile.
Pvt. Alec Maceyko-totes a gun instead
of a baseball bat in California.
RM Bfc Herbert Foss-in Australia after
a brief stay in New Guinea.-That's Ralph
Forscht with him.
Poett? Could be.-I-ie's Sgt. Ross Spen-
cer in the South Pacific.
Pfc. Anthony Arcomano and Pvt. Belin-
sky-two grinning Gyrenes in forest green.
Pictures were not available for the fol-
lowing Chaney boys who lost their lives
in the war: Cpl. Carl Rudolph, lost his lire
when a transport was sunk in the Atlantic.
Pvt. Louis Poznar, killed while with the
air forces. Pvt. John Sambor, died in the
service. Cpl. Michael Tyhosky, lost his life
while in the service. Pfc. John Puskas,
served with the anti-tank unit for fourteen
months. He died while serving with the
Marines. Lt. Donald Modarelli was report-
ed killed in action after being missing over
These are all the snaps received in
This Paratrooper models this classy uni- answer to the We5terner'5 S,O,S,”