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'E xc 'c I 4. hx sim 44 ' Q "'l'-'C' E K 1 1 is 4 1 1 x S Y 1 I I Y W ,,-Z: I I I I J w Launclzing of me U S. Genera!Le1'0y Effinge qAP154p Y W Nm i I ix V !!Yklk'f W 1 ,I a n 41,44 -. . xx C I7 ' at ii ll ll ll I 1 1 K ommissioning Day 21 February, 1945 X I Comm1'ss1'on1'ng Ceremony Guesfs X,- M .gf Qu The CAPTAIN WM. WAKEFIELD, USN Born 29 November, 1893, Humboldt, Kansas. Enlisted December, 1914. Commissioned Ensign March, 1918, aboard destroyer at Brest, France. Served in destroyers, repair ships and battleships until 1923. Received Master of Science degree after two years postgraduate work at Annapolis and Columbia University. 1925'35 saw duty on submarines and destroyers with 3M years as commanding oiiicer. After two years as Navigator U. S. S. Northampton commissioned and commanded U. S. S. Pelias, arriving Hawaii in time for Pearl Harbor attack. After tending submarines in Freemantle, Australia, returned to command U. S. S. General Brooke in Europe and Mediterranean area. Commissioned U. S. S. General Leroy Eltinge and commanded her until ordered to Headquarters, Eleventh Naval District. Awarded Legion of Merit for support of sub' marines in Southwest Pacific. COMMODORE THOS. BLAU, USNR Born Rigva, Latvia, August 5, 1884. Went to sea in sailing ships in April, 1893. Enlisted in the U. S. Navy as ordinary seaman and was honorably discharged May 12, 1906. Went to sea as Watch Officer and Chief Oflicer of Pacific Mail. Promoted to Master of S. S. Korea in 1916. Joined U. S. Navy August 30, 1917 as Lieutenant fj.g.Q and spent ten months on U. S. S. May on Breton Patrol. Released from active duty as Commander September 18, 1919. Followed the sea as Master of Passenger Ships until 1923, made Director of Operations U. S. Line returning to U. S. as Marine Superintendent. Recalled to active duty with Naval Transportation Service September 30, 1940. Promoted to Captain july 1, 1941, went on sea duty February 14, 1942, as Commodore of Convoys. Commandant Merchant Marine Training from September, 1942, until March, 1943, returning to sea at his own request as Commodore of Convoys. Assumed command U. S. S. General Leroy Eltinge july, 1945, leaving her in August, 1945, as member U. S. Strategic Bombing Survey in Tokyo, japan'China, Indo China and the Philippines. Released from active duty March, 1946. Promoted to Commodore U. S. N. R. November, 1945. Crossed Atlantic 144 times, Pacific 142 times, spent 53 years with ships and the sea. COMMANDER LEROY ALEXANDERSON, USNR Commander Alexanderson graduated from the New York State Merchant Marine Academy in 1930 and went to sea as an oiiicer in the Merchant Marine. When he received orders to active duty with the Navy in December, 1939, he was Senior Second Officer of the S. S. Manhattan of the United States Lines. He reported to the U. S. S. Melville CAD'2Q on the 15th of Januar 1940 as a lieutenant and served in various capacities on board Y: y including Navigator and Executive Officer. He was assigned as Command' ing Olhcer of the U. S. S. Livingston CAP'163D in October, 1943, and took part in the invasions of the Marshall lslands and Saipan While in command of that ship. He was then ordered to the U. S. S. Gage CAPA'168J and assumed command of that ship when she was commissioned in November, 1944. The "Gage" was attached to the Amphibious Force, Pacific Fleet and, among other assignments, took part in the invasion of Okinawa. Commander Alexanderson remained in command of the "Gage" until after Vfj Day and was then ordered to the U. S. S. General Leroy Eltinge CAPfl54D, assuming command of the 'KEltinge,' in September, 1945. He remained in command of that ship until she was decommissioned at New York on the 29th of May, 1946. At the end of Commander Alexan' derson's terminal leave, he is returning to the United States Lines in com' mand of one of that companyls ships. omman ing Cffioers EXECUTIVE QEEICERS CGMDR. M. L. KELLEY, USN February 21'Ju1y 21, 1945 COMDR. G. E, CSX, USN Ju1y 21fAugust 22, 1945 LT. COMDR. A. 1. RCCHE, USNR Qbelovvj August 22 to decommissioning Commander A1eXanc1erson at his cabin desk CHAPLAIN R. P. BELL Lieutenant Cj.g.j, USNR MAJOR HASTING, USA i 3 t X Ship and Her Trave S Q X 1 s 4 1 1 1 On February 21st 1945 the GENERAL LERQY ELTINGE was com 7-'-'F-F" 7 missioned at San Francisco When we fell in on top of Hatch No 5 for the ceremony the hand was playing and visitors were athered in the 20mm gun tubs The ship was presented to Captain Wakefield and he replied with a short speech of thanks After the chaplain gave the henediction the commissioning pennant was run up We were through with ceremony and ready for work F here was plenty of that we went across the hay and loaded stores for 48 hackhreaking hours in an all hands evolution During the days that follow ed there was much to he done to get things squared away in readiness for the shakedown cruise. At last on March 4th we got underway for San Pedro. Un the way down we held speed runs gunnery exercises and dozens of other tests to find out everything we could about our new ship. And everything went well. After we reached San Pedro we went out for more gunnery exercises and for simulated straicing attacks and things still went welll. We were ready for sea. We left Pedro on March 23rd with troops nurses and Red Cross workers hound for Calcutta. Accompanying us was the GENERAL CALLEN whose inability to keep up to our speed provided grounds for heckling whenever we afterwards met her in port. The two of us sailed southwest through glassy smooth waters and sunshine filled days. It was hot even at night so the troops slept topside, Ahqq , y y, . .,V f so - r y. - i. s fcuffq Tempfes , jammed into every empty space, since vve Were blacked out, it Was impossible to avoid stepping on at least a fevv of them While Walking around the decks or relieving the Watch. Easter morning, April lst, divine services Were held on the Equator and that afternoon "Crossing the Line" deviltry Went on. Neptunus Rex and his party of shellhaclcs ran up the "Jolly Roger" and took over the ship. Qver the puhlic address system came a hloodfcurdling Warning to all PollyW0gS. Then King Neptune, his queen Cone of the nurses and a cruel Witch at thatj, and his court made their rounds. Pollyvvogs were tried hy the court, found guilty, and sentenced, Haircuts, or rather, scalpingS, and paddlings were .doled out plenty. And finally Neptunus Rex announced over the P. A. system that the Pollywogs had been found worthy of the Solemn Mysteries of the Acient Order of Shellbacks. The Jolly Roger was hauled down and the new shellbacks congratulated. We arrived at Melbourne on April 11th and, although we stayed only two days, we had enough liberty to find out we liked the place. The Australians were friendly. We enjoyed their steak and eggs but their warm beer left something to be desired. When we sailed on the 13th the CALLEN was still with us, still struggling to keep up. We went south of Australia and then headed northward. Gun crews were alerted at 0400 daily, for the hours of dawn were when Japanese submarines usually attacked. However, we saw no subs-just the beautiful sunrises over the Indian Qcean. GH of Ceylon we were met by a corvette, H. M. S. RGCKET, which convoyed us to the coast and went up the Hooghly River with us to Calcutta. The Hooghly, which is part of the Ganges, was narrow, muddy, and stinking. Dead bodies floated in it. It was so dirty we shut down our evaporators and used the water in our storage tanks rather than try to make fresh water out of that filthy scum. We anchored at Red jetty on the 27th and debarked our troops by means of river boats. Calcutta was interesting but there wasn't much to do on liberty. We saw the sacred cows and the temples, the shops, and the burning ghats. But it was hot and dusty so we went to the airfconditioned Metro theatre and saw "Mrs Miniverf' The Great Eastern Hotel and Firpo's were airfconditioned, too, and we sat there sipping "lemon squash" until 1700 when drinking hours began. And there was the big beer party at the Red Cross. Calcutta was quite a city. Loaded with troops, nurses and Red Cross workers we started down the river on May 7th. It took us three days to reach the sea as the channel had changed and we ran aground several times. Finally we made it, however, and accompanied by the CALLEN and the ROCKET we went over to Trincomalee, Ceylon, to take on oil. Although we were in Trincomalee only a day, arriving the llth and sailing the 12th, we could see that it was clean, its white houses with their redftile roofs were in contrast to the squalor of Calcutta. The ROCKET left Ceylon with us but when a Jap cruiser and a destroyer were reported in the vicinity she oined units of the British fleet which later sank the two enemy ships. Dryczlockseai. . . Harbor Isiancf Seaff e igerfy in Ma1'Se1'ffeS, France Notre Dame ale fa Garale The CALLEN and We sailed down to Free' mantle and arrived there on the 20th. Here the troops got liberty, too. We Went to Perth but liberty Was only fair, definitely not as good as in Melbourne. From here We sailed on the 23rd and Went over to Manus for fuel, arriv' ing there on june 3rd, TWo destroyer escorts escorted us to Tinian Where We exchanged troops. We spent tWo days there and managed, before We sailed on the 9th, to have a feW beach parties and to get a look at the huge B129 air field. Although the CALLEN Went to Saipan after leaving Tinian, We Went to Guam. While We Were there We saW the cruiser PITTS' BURGH Which had lost her boW in a typhoon. After spending a day exchanging troops, We sailed for Pearl Harbor on the lOth. We stayed at Pearl from the 19th to the 21st, debarking troops and receiving aboard Warfworkers, civilians, headed for the States. Liberty in Pearl Was poor-there Were too many servicemen around. So We Were glad to get back to San Francisco. QThat, by the Way, Was the trip during Which We had baby car' riages on the superstructure deck. Shades of john Paul Jonesjl From the 27th to the 30th We had some of that Stateside liberty and the Market Street commandos Were in their glory. It Wasn't too bad leaving there, though, since We Weren,t going out on another trip but Were headed for Norfolk for repairs. SouthWard We Went, doWn the coast of Central America to Balboa, Canal Zone, Caihealraf at MarSe1'ffeS M4 ' N Suez Canaf T arriving there on July 9th, We had hoped for liberty but there vvasn't achance of it since We Went right on through the canal. It vvas our first transit of the canal so everyone vvas topside to get a good look at the canal itself, its defenses, the alligators, and the thick jungle. We Were a little envious of the three other transports that Went through the canal with us because they Were going to "good liberty ports" While We Were headed for Norfolk-vve'd never if been there but vve'd heard What kind of a liberty port it Was. The best thing about Norfolk, everyone agreed, Was that We had leave and could get avvay from it. From july 14th to 31st We were in the yards and in drydock getting the repairs and paint job We needed after that long first trip. While We Were in, We found out about Norfolk liberty for our' selves, splashing through the daily cloudburst over to the ginfmills of East Main Street. lt vvas a long Way from being good liberty but at least it Was Statefside-and We always had Callahan Center to fall back on. lt Was also at Norfolk that one ofthe bestfliked men aboard, Captain Wakefield, left us. Captain Blau Was in command When We sailed for Marseilles. The trip was uneventful , We were sailing Without a load and the seas Were fairly calm We passed close to the Azores and, as We approached the Straits of Gibraltar, We Were also able to sight Cape Trafalgar. August Sth We passed "The Rock" but it vvas a little after midnight, only a dim mass .Dougie Exposure at Port Saial . Manhattan Skyline could be seen silhouetted against the lights of Spain. Approaching Marseilles We entered the Gulf of Lions and, nearing the harbor, We passed close by Chateau d'If, the island castle Where the Count of Monte Cristo Was imprisoned and Where, many years later, Dumas Wrote his Wellflcnovvn story of the prisoner. The harbor at'Marseilles Was cluttered With sunken hullcs, reminders of the invasion of southern France. And the pier at Which We tied up the afternoon of August 9th had been bombed. There Were signs of destruction everywhere throughout the city--bombed buildings, wrecked tanks, a line of holes on the Wall of the Church of Notre Dame de la Garde Where a machine gun had raked across. New York Skyline Through Gwfzsig If Karachi, Inafia A lt was good liberty though, the sidewalk cafes along La Cannebiere, Chaplain Alling's guided tour, the White Elephant and the Pink Elephant, and the CEE LIMITS signs. We left Marseilles on August llth with a load of troops, organized units, bound for the Philippines. They were an unhappy lot until August 15th when we received word that the war was over and we were to change course and head for Norfolk. Everyone felt a lot better after that. The 8-4 army nurses we carried that trip were a welcome relief from the thousands of troops--ship's company found plenty of work to do on the superstructure deck whenever the nurses were sunning themselves on Hatch 5. The nights were warm and the stars were out almost every night on that crossing .... The resistor room .... While we were still six hundred miles out of Norfolk, one of the doggies yelled "Landl" and three thousand G. l.'s fell for it and rushed to the rail for a look. They were really happy when we actually sighted land and, on August 20th, tied up at Hampton Roads. We had expected to stay Stateside for awhile but after four days spent loading stores, We sailed back to Marseilles. just before we sailed Captain Blau was relieved by Commander Cox, who took us across. The trip was much like the one we had just completed. However this time we passed Gibraltar during the daytime on September lst. Although we arrived at Marseilles on the 3rd and sailed on the 4th we were able to get some more of that good Marseilles liberty . . . Spanish cham' pagne .... This time the men we took home were high point men returning for discharge rather than organized units being redeployed., We carried 180 nurses this time but things were quieter than on the previous trip. We had acquired a twelve piece shipls company band at Norfolk and they gave out with music for our entertainment. . We pulled into Hampton Roads on the 14th--our band was playing, the band on the dock was playing, the troops were yelling, and the people on the dock were yelling back. The troops knew they'd be civilians in av few days and were happy about it. After we unloaded, we went into the yards at Portsmouth again for repairs Qand for leavej. - ' When we sailed for Karachi on September 29th our commanding officer was Commander Alexanf derson who, as things turned out, remained aboard for the remainder of the time the ship was in commission. This trip was much like our trips to Marseilles until after we passed Gibraltar when, instead of turning northward, we continued on down the Mediterranean close by the coast of North Africa. Past Oran, Algiers, Bizerte, along the Barbary Coast, past Tripoli, Bengasi, and Tobruch we went, arriving at Port Said on October 12th. Port Said was hot and dirty, although the waterfront was kept clean, possibly to impress passing ships. The surrounding land was flat, stretching out to the mountains in the distance. While we were taking on oil the bumboats clustered around us to sell suitcases, purses, scarves and all the other things which they had found Americans would buy. Cther ships were there and Royal Air Force speedboats were roaring by. Late in the afternoon we began the transit of that long, narrow ditch, the Suez Canal. The night was cool but with morning came the heat of the desert. Slowly we moved southward, occasionally passing small groups of buildings with damels tied in nearby "parking lots." On the ferry landings were a few natives and soldiers but it was the women from the British Army camp in the distance that attracted our attention. We reached Suez, at the southern end of the canal shortly before noon of the thirteenth and, after anchoring for a few hours to take on our mail, which had been sent down from Cairo, we put out into the Red Sea. As we travelled down the coast we could see Mount Sinai in the distance and farther down the Arabian Peninsula we passed Mecca, the sacred Mohammedan city. The heat was intense and remained so even after we passed through the Gulf of Aden out into the smooth waters of the Arabian Sea. We landed at Karachi on the 20th. The CEN. CALLEN, which we had not seen since we left the Pacific, was there and even before we tied up our signalmen found out from her that liberty wasn't anything special. There was the heat, the smell, the camels and sacred cows in the streets, the curio shops, the Marina Hotel with its own brand of muddy gin, and running around were dozens of little gooks yelling, "Hey, joe, are you from Brooklyn?" And there was the big beer party Barga1'n Counter . . . Karac 1 at the Red Cross club on Elphinstone Road. We sailed on Cctober 22nd, returning the same way we had come, seeing the same biunboats that had gathered around us before at Port Said. We took on oil and sailed from there on the 29th. Back through the Mediterranean we went and on November 3rd we passed Gibralter. When we hit the Atlantic the going really got rough. What a storm! For days We staggered against the heavy seas. The if waves grew higher and higher and we rolled and pitched like a mad thing. Our bow would plunge down into the trough of a wave and the breaking seas would send a solid sheet of water up over the flying bridge. Not many , of the troops went to chow during that storm -they were in their bunks, or rather, were trying to stay in them which was a tough job since we were rolling 35 degrees. Cur at , Q X a 5 4 Q A 5 Y' at Q X g Panama Canaf A starboard anchor was pushed through the side of the bow by the pounding of the waves and the starboard forward bulwark was nearly carried away. What a storm! We were glad to get to New York. We were met at the Narrows by a Welcome Home boat that had real American women aboard and even though the day was cold and damp everyone was topside for a look. As we went along the harbor and up the Hudson River our returning troops were saluted by the whistles of all the passing ships. We tied up at Pier 88, next to the battleship Missouri on November 11th ready for some good liberty. And we did have good liberty. We stayed in for 18 days, part of the time in the Todd yards at Hoboken. Liberty was granted two days out of every three and it was a lot better than Karachi, even Union City. But finally our orders came, we were going to Shanghai. We left on November 29th with a load of replacement troops and civilians for Panama and some civilians, including UNRRA workers, for Shanghai. The trip to Panama was uneventful. However, on December 4th, after we had made the transit of the canal, we tied up at Balboa to debark troops and we had a chance to find out what Panama liberty is like. It's good we discovered. And so is that "Milwaukee Beer" made in the Canal Zone. ' Cn the Sth we sailed and headed northwest as we were routed to pass north of Hawaii. Then we went down past the Marshall Islands, the Marianas group, and Ckinawa. Near Okinawa we celebrated Christmas. Midnight services were held the night before. Cn Christmas day we had a huge dinner followed by a party in the troop mess hall which was appropriately decorated. ' 2 We sailed to the China coast, up the Yangtze river for a few miles and then turned off to the Hwangpoo river arriving at the Nanlcing'Yusen'Kaishi Mail Wharf in Shanghai on the 28th. There was a liherty port! Along Nanking Road and Buhhling Well Road were curio shops galore, And you could jump into a riclcsha or a pedicah and go out to the night clubs of Canton Road or Yu Yuen Road. There Were the White Russians with their vodka. Yes, there was plenty to do in Shanghai-every street had something new for us. We fought our way through the crowds and enjoyed it all. Especially New Year's eve. But it couldn't last forever. We sailed on january 6th, hound for Manila since we hadn't taken on a full load of troops at Shanghai. But when we got to Manila there were no troops for us so we took aboard a few merchant seamen and the next day, the 9th, sailed out of the harbor, past Corregidor and Bataan and headed southward. We sailed south of Luzon, through San Bernadino straits and then over to Seattle. That was the trip we had the "Eltinge Top: Aiiring Bunting Left fo rigfzf: Coifay Hoiei on file Bunn, H M. S. Ceyion, Wangpo River Chinese funks Left to rigizi: N Y Pier, Shanghai Buinhoaf on Waiigpo River Eyegiass Lifverfy, Waiigpo Siyie V S i 4 N Y WY W Left: Saddle Island, Entrance fo Yangtze River Shanghai Street Scenes Right: CO1'7'Qg7.ClIO1', Bafaan Antics" on Hatch No. 6 with music by the "Rockin, Red Dogsn and skits by "Rotatin' Sam." We had fairly good weather that trip so the show drew large crowds. But after we passed north of Hawaii and started heading north, the going got a little rough. We came into Seattle on the morning of the 26th and after debarking our navy passengers, went down to Tacoma, where we remained until the 28th, to debark troops. Qn returning to Seattle we anchored out in the stream for two weeks and finally went into the Todd yards on Harbor Island. Liberty in Seattle was fairly good, it would have been better if it weren' t for Seattle's eager Shore Patrol. Scuttlebutt said we were going to the East Coast for decommissioning but when our orders came, they said we were going to Jinsen, Korea. We sailed on March 3rd with a load of replacement troops, they threw many a longing glance back as the shore receded behind us. Qnce again we passed just north of Hawaii and sailed on about the same course as we had before, just south of Kyushu, the large, southern japanese island. This time, however, we turned northward, sailing up through the Yellow Sea to Jinsen on the western coast of Korea. We could see immediately, when we arrived on the 19th, that Korea wasn,t much of a place, the troops knew they,d be spending about a year there and were pretty unhappy about it. They were ferried to the beach in boats as there were no docking facilities for large ships and then for a few days we just sat around. Regular liberty wasn't granted since there was so little to do in Jinsen, but the army arranged a trip to Seoul, the capital, for us. The train that took us was old and dirty. Since there was little glass in the windows, it was cold. The 20 mile trip took two hours as the train was slow jinsen, Korea . . . March IQ, ZQ46 .I is si i i li 1 , Korea ' DOC and also stopped every feW minutes to take on more passengers although it Was croWded to begin With. Seoul is a large city and the capital, but there Wasn't much to do except Walk around. Most of the interesting places, including the native section, Were out of bounds. There Were many curio shops but prices Were high, hoW' ever, some of the men did Well by trading toothpaste for souvenirs. The train ride back Was as bad as before, just as slow and cold and dirty. y Un March 24th, loaded With troops for discharge, We sailed back to Seattle. We took a more northern route than before since the stormy season Was over and We made it back in thirteen days, arriving on April 6th. We debarked our troops and then anchored out in the stream for a feW days. We kneW more about Seattle and could make the most of our liberties this time. Since We needed some repairs, We Went into Lake Union by Way of the canal and anchored out in the lake While repairs Were being made. It Was While We Were there, on the 12th, that We got the Word that We'd been aWait' ing for a long time-We Were to go to Nc-:W York for decommissioning. As this is being Written We're almost ready to put out to sea. We'll sail doWn along the coast to San Diego Where We'll receive aboard 154 ofhcers and men of the German battleship PRINZ EUGEN Whom We Will take to NeW York. Then-decommissioning. That's all, brother, that's alll Talks fo Koreara Seoul Posfofjqoe l i l U. S. S. GENERAL LEEQY ELTINGE . . . FQRWARDING ADDRESS S GATES, MACK, RdM3!c, GAVIN, HERMAN R., RdM3!c, GERAGHTY JAMES RdM3!c, GHIO, FORTUNATO, CBM, 2071 Kettner Blvd., San Diego, California. GLICK, ARNOLD L., S2fcCRdMJ 2448 Cincinnati, St., Los Angeles, California. GORDON, LEROY, S 2!c, 214 Newson Ave., East Point, Georgia. GRAHAM, CHARLES M., F1 fc, Box 493, Wortham, Texas. GRAY, ROY R., CM2!c Raton, New Mexico. GREENWALT, I. W., CM3!c, 814 Roosevelt St., Clinton, Iowa GRIMM, H. R., ENS., 101 S. Loudoun St., Winchester, Virginia GROACH, FRANCIS, A., MM3!c 311 26th St., McKeesport, Pennsylvania. GUFFEY, B. E., CH. ELECT., 3418 Greenwood Rd., Los Angeles, California. GUINDON, STANLEY, G., SF 1fc 1216 Powderhorn Park Terr., Minneapolis, Minnesota HAMILTON, N. R., SSMB2!c, 1429 Idaho St., Lewiston, Idaho. HAYDEN, MORRIS L., PFC., Independence, Iowa. HEFT, DAVID D., PFC, 450 W. Gilman St., Madison, Wisconsin HEJL, EDMOND, S1 fc Route 4, Temple, Texas HEMMICK, LAWRENCE S., SK2!c, 124 S. Elm Dr., Beverly Hills, California. HICKS, FRED T. JR., MAM1!c 3215 Lamb Ave., Richmond 22, Virginia. HICKSLJIMMIE E., S2!c 121 Hunnicutt St. N. W., Atlanta, Georgia. HILL, HARVEY H., SC1fc, P. O. Box 384, Windsor, Colorado. HILL, JOHN W., SGT. 167 Bruyn Ave., Kingston, N. Y. HINDMON, JOSEPH A., S2!c, 13 Oak St., Aragon, Georgia. HINKEN, ELROY, SF3!c, 2814 Denver St., Kansas City, Missouri. HOCHLEITNER, FRED R., Pfc., 240 Nicoll St., New Haven Connecticut. Hook, H6wARD M., Rmafc, 664 High Ridge Rd., Stamford, Connecticut HUGHES, A. J., MoMM3!c, 178 Maple St., Lynn, Massachusetts. HUMPHREY, HERAM E., PTR1!c, 911 Galveston Ave., Fort Worth, Texas. HUNT, THOMAS J., STM1!c 1132 1st St., Hampton, Virginia. JANOWSKI, IRVING, F1 fc, 146, Nesbitt St., E. Plymouth, Pennsylvania. JENKINS, HIDALGO, CK3!c, Box 1243, Vernon, Texas JONES, F. H. E., BKR3!c 3617 10th Ave., N. Birmingham, Alabama JONES, ROBERT A., PHM1!c 155 Parkway Dr., Syracuse, New York. JONES, W. L., S1 fc 3014 Dode Ave., Chattanooga, Tennessee. JORDISON, VERLE E., SC3!c, Route 4, Fort Dodge, Iowa. KAISER, EDGAR J., RM2!c, 1721 Jefferson Ave., Covington, Kentucky. KEHL, EDWIN W., F1 fc, 3530 W. Parkhill Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. KELLY, M. L., CDR, USN., U.S.S. Gen'I HASE CAP 1461, FPO, New York. KETNER, JESSE L., S1fc Box 205, Newport, Tennessee. COLLINS, GRANT, STM1fc, Route 2, Box 4, Grenada. Mississippi. COLLINS, KENNETH, SC2fc, Fellsmere, Florida. COOPER, W. E. JR., GM2fc, 1919 Overton St., Independence, Missouri. COX, GIDEON E., CDR., Bureau of Naval Personnel, Navy Department, Washington 25, D. C. COZZA, FRANCIS M., OM1fc, 947 So. Sheridan Ave., Tacoma, Washington. CRAMER, MORRIS, MMR3!c, 2166 So. Washington St., Denver, Colorado. CRIPPEN, KENNETH W., Sc1fc, Route 8, Box 662, Phoenix, Arizona. CRISMON, JACK E., Pfc., 3101 N.w. sorh sr., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. CURUSO, JAMES J., BKR1!c, 4217 Sunnyside Ave., Venice, California. CURRY, ALFRED D., RM3!c, 3052 Wabash St., Fort Worth, Texas. CUSIMANO, F. A., PHM2!c, 816 Burgundy St., New Orleans, Louisiana. DAEMER, JOHN J., MAM2fc, Route 2, Box 120, Mays Landing, New Jersey. DANSER, JOHN W., LIEUT., 1815 Altamira Place, San Diego, California. DAVIS, RICHARD V., PHM1fc, Livermore, Iowa. DENSON, WILLIE J., ST3!c, Fort Gaines, Georgia. DICKS, JAMES, STM1!c, 12 Andrews St., Sumter, South Carolina. DONALDS'N, C. M.,LT.MC USNR U. S. Naval Hospital, Long Beach, California. DONOVAN, JEROME P., CSK, 995 Forest St., Reno, Nevada. DUVAL GEORGE L., COX, 198 Madison St., Fitchburg, Massachusetts. EDDY, DALE W., OM1!c, Route 1, Box 745, Exeter, California. EINERSON, ELDON K., SM2fc, 3551 Dakota, St., Eureka, California. FAGG, JOEL D. JR., BM2!c, 6521 Kelly St., San Diego, California. FAUROT, GEORGE W., LT. CDR., 5839 Vassar Ave., Seattle 5, Washington. FEENEY, JOSEPH A., CX, McCarty Apts., No. 7, Clarksburg, West Virginia. FELTON, FLOYD E., F1 fc, Route 4, Box 80, Centralia, Illinois. FERRARA, OLIVIO J., F1 fc, 10433 Calhoun Ave., Chicago, Illinois. FERRELL, JOSEPH C., PTR2!c, 595 South Main St., Mansfield, Ohio. FERRIS, JAMES A., PHM1fc, 2095 Lennox Ave., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. FIAMINGO M. M., LT. Ci.g.J, 1060 w. 19th sf., San Pedro, California. FLICK, CHARLES H., CBM, 401 Westminster Ave., Alhambra, California. FUTCH, J. D., GM3!c, Rocky Point, North Carolina. GALBRAITH, JACK W., QM2!c, 421 E. Bridge St., Blackwell, Oklahoma. AHL, HARRY C. JR., LT. Ci.g.J, Apt. 308, 115 West 39th St., Kansas City 2, Missouri. ALLING, ROGER, LT.CCPHJ, 83 East 2nd St., Corning, New York. Anderberg, Dean R., WT1!c 618 Winchester St., Glendale, California. Anderson, Wallace J., BKR3fc, 123 William St., Stillwater, Minnesota. APEL, PAUL M., SC3fc, 4707 Terry St., Dallas, Texas. ARNOLD, ROBERT E., CK3!c, 63 Walnut St., Buffalo, New York. ATES, DANIEL W. JR., CK2!c, 2217M Rosewood Ave., Austin, Texas. AUBRY, ALLEN R., ST3fc, 2422 London Ave., New Orleans, La. ARCHULETTA, PETRO, S2fc, Cens, New Mexico. BAERTICH, BILLIE L., S1 fc, 1034 No. Alamo St., San Antonio, Texas. BAKER, THOMAS A., F1 fc, 510 Converse St., Del Rio, Texas. BALA, WALTER W., S1 fc, 225 Magnolia Ave., Elizabeth, New Jersey. BALLARD, D. W., MM3fc, 1430 Arrowhead Ave., San Bernardino, California. BALLARD, MELVIN B., S1 fc, 1111 6th Ave. S. W., Puyallup, Washington. BARR, ROBT. J., S1 fc, 481 18th St., San Francisco, California. BINNING, WILLIAM O., CM2fc, 2511 Mervicker Ave., Chicago, Illinois. BLAU THOMAS, COMMDR., Rockville Center, Long Island, New York. BLAZOWSKI, JOHN R, CPHM, 223 East College St., Cononsburg, Pennsylvania. BLEDSOE, W. A. LT., USNR, 2524 North 8th St., Terre Haute, Indiana. BLUMBERG, G. H., ENS. USNR, 219 East 8th St., Los Angeles 14, California. BRAINERD, ERIC I., SF3!c, 15 Russ St., Metheun, Massachusetts. BRAWNER, ELMER H., SC1!c, Route 1, Pollard, Arkansas. BREEDLOVE, A. D., MaM 2!c' Route 1, Box 206, Briggs, Oklahoma. BRODERICK, PAUL E., MM1!c, 10 Newport St., Dorchester, Massachusetts. Brown, K. W., LT., 304 S. Wilson Ave., Jefferson, Iowa. BRUNORI, ANDREW A., F1 fc Wilmerding, Pennsylvania. BUCKNER, KENNETH D., PHM3fc Maynardville, Tennessee. CAMERON, THOMAS M., Pfc., 3406 College Dr., Raleigh, North Carolina. CAMPION, ROBERT D., BM1!c, 612 1st Ave. West, Seattle 99, Washington. CARNLEY, C. G., COX., 181 Aregon Courts, Pensacola, Florida. CHASTAIN, R. B., SC2fc, 5301 Aveadio Terr. Fairfield, Alabama. CHEEK, JOHN E., BM1!c, R. F. D. 1, Stocksville, North Carolina. CHERRY, W. R., LT. Ci.gJ, U. S. Naval Academy Annapolis, Maryland. CHURCHILL, RALPH, JR., SC 2fc, 15032 Lexington Ave., Harvey, Illinois. CLARK, LESTER J., S2fc, 603 South 12th St., Nashville, Tennessee. CLINE, CHARLES L., CM1fc, 604 Pierse St., Taft, CaIifornia.! GAUDREAU, W. J. S 2fc, Albuquerque, New Mexico. GILLIS, ISAIAH, STM1!c, 1520 Mt. Herman St., Jacksonville, Florida. JEFFERSON, J. T. STM1!c, Powhatan, Virginia. KEIFER, O. E., S2!c, 1511 1st Ave. S., Payette, Idaho. MAISENBACHER, R. C., S1 fc, 539 So. McArthur St., Springfield, Illinois. MOSHER, W. M., S2fc, 405 E. 182nd St., Bronx, New York. RAINOSEK, H. J., S2,fc, Route 3, Box 43, Lagrange, Texas. REGISTER, H. M., S2!c, cfo Leon Wright, New Port RicheY, Florida. SAWYER, WM. F., S2!c, Route 1, Robertsdale, Alabama. THOMPSON, R. A., S2!c, 539 Carroll St., St. Paul, Minnesota. TURLEY, J. F., SC3!c, 5816 57th Dr., Maspeth, New York. VICTORIAN, ANDREW T., ST2,fc, 1610 E. I Pa m Lane, Los Angeles 2, California. WILLIAMS, FRED, STM2!c, 3919 W. 3rd St., Pine Bluff, Arkansas. WINCO, STEPHEN I., SC3fc, 417 Throckmorton St., Weathersford, Texas. LATTANZA, R. C., ENS. USNR, 2127 W. 6th St., Los Angeles, California. EAGLE, MILTON, DR., 3505 94th St., 'ackson Hts., Queens,.New York HART, WM. NASH,ENS., USNR, Route 2, Parma Michigan. PRINGLE, JAMES E., S1 fc, 1413 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Alabama. STEWARD, JESSE B., S1 fc, Route 1, Box 554, St. Helens, Oregon. GUSTAFSON, J. CHAS., S1 fc, Alexander, North Dakota. STEELE, SHORTY L., S1 fc, Cody, Nebraska. WINGO, RAYMOND E., COX., Elkland, Missouri. MIGNONE C. J.,S1,c, 161 Garfield PI., Brooklyn 15, New York. MASON, CHESTER J., SK2!c, c,fo Mrs. Harold Tate, Aloha, Oregon. THOMPSON, LEON F., S1 fc, 88 Howard St., Rockland, Massachusetts. CURTIN, DANIEL F., S1 fc, 75 102nd St., West, New York 25, New York. AKERS, AVERY, F1 fc, Dana, Kentucky. CAUTHIER, GEO. A., S1 ,fc, R. F. D. 2, Box 149, Mast Road, Manchester, N. H. GAILES, ALLEN R., BKR1!c, 1315 Sheffield St., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. MEGO, FRANL T., MM3!c, Cedar Ave., Masontown, Pennsylvania. CHRISTIANSON, C. H., CORP. 4103 N. Kostner Ave., Chicago, Illinois. YANCEY, WILSON C., Y3fc, Route 1, Kinston, Alabama. WELLS, ROBERT V., RM3fc, Box 357, Priest River, Idaho. KARSCHNER, WALTER G., PFC., 15 First St., Galeton, Pennsylvania. WANER, RAYMOND J., Y2!c, Box 135, Florence, Kansas. BLADES, WM. KENDALL, CRM, 521 Robbins Ave., Falmouth, Kentucky. VANONI, ANTONIO, SC3!c, Route 1, Box 30, Calexico, California. STALSBERG, R. A, LT., GQLUSNR Potlatch, Idaho. McCORMICK, J. P.,ENS,USNR, 25 University Ave., Hamilton, New York. WALKER, JOHN R., S1 fc, Council Grove, Kansas. SAN FILIPPO, PAUL, JR., S1 fc, 1561 -77th SI., Brooklyn, New York. CREEL, W. L., MaM3!c, 6266 Gaener Ave., St. Louis 16, Missouri. MURPHY, TIMOTHY J., S1 fc, 2060 Hazen St., Jackson Hts., New York. COUPER, CHAS. M., ENS., USNR. 1004 2nd Ave. S., Payette, Idaho. ALEXANDER, C. W., SC2fc, 717 Porter St., Waukeegan, Illinois. ANGELINI, S. N., S2fc, 1700 Golden Ave., Bronx, New York. BASS, DONALD C., S1 fc, Route 2, Warwick, Georgia. BASS, R. J., S2,fc, Route 5, Macon, Georgia. BIELITZ, R. C., BKR3!c, 3513 17th Ave., So. Minneapolis, Minnesota. BLANCHARD, L. L., S2,!c, 1934 7th Sl. Tuecoolsa, Alabama. BROWN, R. C., OM3!c, 15397 Kentucky Ave., Detroit, Michigan. BROWNING, JOHN, S1 fc, Box 71, Billings, Montana. CARR, DEBUGA, MM3fc, 211 E. McLauren St., Greenwood, Mississippi. CASS, AUGUSTA, STM2!c, Route 2, Box 32, Wynne, Arkansas. CLARK, RAYMOND, SKD2!c, 52 Mansion St., Poughkeepsie, New York. CONRAD, D. C., COX., Route 1, Bloomington, Kansas. CRAIG, BENJ. F., S1 fc, 1419 Boulder Ave., Helena, Montana. DIEBOLL, C. R., S2!c, 111 Pickford Rd., Port Huron, Michigan. WALSH, FRANCIS M., RM3!c, 64 Fairmount St., Waterbury 19, Connecticut. WILSON, L. E., CM3!c, 11 Maple Ave. Celoron, New Y'ork. WRIGHTINGTON, F. L. S1 fc, Box 56, North Haven, Connecticut. WATSON, K. E., RdM3fc, Luttenton Rd., Concord, Michigan. WEAVER, VERNON L., S!2c, Phelps City, Missouri. WILLIAMS, A. G., 2nd LT., USMC, cfo R. M. Rudy, Route 3, Dallas, Pennsylvania. WILSON, LOUIS, PFC., cfo Brockwil Courts, Morgan Hill, California. WEBB, ROBERT S, PFC., 7807 Junior St., Houston, Texas. WALKER, WILLIAM JR., STM1!c 1817 Okeefe St., Norfolk, Virginia. WILLIAMS, T. E., OM3fc, 1420 Pearson St., Houston 3, Texas. WOODARD,lWM. HENRY, ST3!c, 3180 E. 80th St., Cleveland, Ohio. WARREN, JAMES, STM1!c, 1211 Mulberry St., Vicksburg, Mississippi. WORTHY, ROBERT L., STM1!c, 810 Hosley St., Thomaston, Georgia. WALKER, FRANK L., ST. 3,!c, Route 1, Box 16, Denmark, Tennessee. WORD, STANLEY, STM3!c, Cumberland, Kentucky. WILLIAMS, WILBERT, STM1!c, 931 N. 28th St., Baton Rouge, Louisiana. WILLIAMS, DEE, JR., ST3!c, Star Route, Box 37, Littleton, North Carolina. WALKER, ROBERT E., PhM2fc, Route 2, Mayville, North Dakota. WOOLHOUSE, JAMES, ST2!c, 11144 N. E. Sandy Blvd., Portland, Oregon. WALLER, DONALD, MM3!c, Box 609, DeWitt, Arkansas. WHITE, JOHN W., EM2!c, 801 South 22nd St., Muskogee, Oklahoma. WIDMAN, F. E., F2!c, 1209 10th Ave. So., St. Cloud, Minnesota. WADDELL, JOSEPH F., MMR3!c, 5017 Tulasse Ave., Fort Worth, Texas. WALDEN, WILLIE C., ST. 3,fc, 1400 Belmont St. N. W., Washington, D. C. WOOD, JOHN, JR., S2!c ' Route 1, Box 13, Monon, Indiana. WADE, WILLIE C., SK3!c, 1242 E. 35th St., Los Angeles, California. YOUNG, CARL L., S1 fc, Box 693, Huntington, Utah. YARRIS, CHARLES R., SM3fc, 2112 Valentine Ave., Bronx, New York City, New York. ........r. Q1 .1 1 ii 5 V' I JI U1 112 1 .i 1 41 e " ! .1 , 2. 1 " 1 YOUNG BENN f 418 E 71651 Dover Ohro ZERRILLA WILLIAMT COX 8 LrbertY St Ossrnrng New York NELSON GEORGE STM2!c 1 545 SeYbert St Philadelphia Pennsylvania WILEY ELIJASHJ ST3!c 1617 Rut ven t Houston 3 Texas SCRUGGS W B JR CAPT U.S.A. Box 1413 Atlanta Georgia KING FRANKW CAPT Box 1473 Pueblo Cololado RHODES IRA D PFC Radlcal North Carolina WORKMAN EDSAL PFC Wilkinson West Vrrgrnra BOYD JESSE PFC 406 B Madison St Amarillo Texas RODRIGUES MANUEL PFC. 219 So Calver St Willows Calrfornla GOUAUX F T LT DC USNR Lockport Louisiana SCHLOSS S Lt Cdr MC USNR, Jewish Hospital Crncrnnatr Ohlo STONE ALAN D ETM2fc 25 Chilton Road Brockton Massachusetts STABBE THOMAS COX 1 530 St Clarre Ave Sheboygan Wrsconsln SEVCIK JOHN COX 4937 So Kolrn Ave Chicago lllrnors SCOLMAN ROBERT G S2fc 315 South Maln St Rrce Lake Wrsconsrn SZULANCZYK A J S2fc 6518 Yenger St Dearborn Mlchrgan SPENCE CHARLES A S2!c Box 163 Lilburn Georgia SMITH RICHARDJ 4130 Northcote Ave East Chicago Indiana STRICKLAND C STM2fc 1314 W State St Jacksonville Florida SULLIVAN CARMEN STM1!c, Goshen Springs Mlsslsslppr SHELTON EDDIE STM1fc Route 1 Box 1 Srdor Mrssrsslppr SEYMOUR L.JR. STM1!c 1116 Dickinson St. Elizabeth New Jersey. SCHMIDT A. R. MM1fc 1030 Larkin St. San Francisco California. SAENGER P T. ELEC USN 3316 S. Western Ave. Chicago 8 Illinois SULLENBERGER LYNN CWT Monterey Virginia. SUENNEN L. F1 fc 18 Stoneyford Rd. San Francisco California. SPENCER ROSCOE K. F1 fc E. 3013 Broad Ave. Spokane Washington STREKOW ANTHONY T. F2!c, 1083 No. 47th St. Milwaukee Wisconsin. SMULAND N H. CSK USN 1423 7th Ave. East Duluth Minnesota. STROZZI FLOYD M. SK3, c Whitehall Montana STRUCKUS E.J ENS USNR 1 7 South Stowell St. Worcester Massachusetts. t STELLMAN G W. GM3fc 2255 21 st Ave. San Francisco California. THAYER B. I. PFC 2544 N. W. Marshall St. Portland Oregon. TERRELL MERRITT W. PhM1fc, R. F. D. No. 1 Venango, Pennsylvania. TRIPPLETT, KENNETH E., PhM3fc, 256 Chatterton Pkwy., New York, New York. THOMAS, JAMES A., Y1fc, 2106 Wait St., Seattle, Washington. TUCKER, A. V., LT. Ggl USNR, 669 Chestnut St., Greensboro, North Carolina. TURNER, M. E., BM2!c, Route 4, Saluda, South Carolina. TAYLOR, JOHN L., STM1!c, 25 West End Ave., Trenton, New Jersey. Y S., PhM2 c, . . ., , . ' 1 -1 1 a 1 .I , . 1 1 1 ., l . . I . 1 '1 1 -1 , . , . . ., . ' 1 , . 1 V -1 -17 1 , . . I 1 -1 l -1 , . . . ' . .C " , . 1 - 1 -1 I " , . 1 1 1 . ' . I' , . 1 I. '-1 - 1 1 , . I 1 I-1 - -1 1 1 I 1 I, 1 1 - U 1 -1 I K! I 1 ' 1 I 1 1 F , , , , . - . . -1 'i 1 I -1 1 ! A . . 'I I 1 - 1 - - 1 . 2' , . 1 -1 1 1 I - , . 1 -1 I I .I , . I ' ' . '. :' I1' I , I .1 . . .1 . 1 , I 1 1 1 gi . 1. . . 1. ei 1 ' 1 1 1 1 I v 1 1 1 1 I rl 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 , . X 1 1 1 C 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 I 1 1 I - I 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 I 1 - 1 1 1 I e ' f 1 1 f 1 1 I - I 1 -1 1 1 I II I I 1 I 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 7954. I THOMAS, AURELIUS, STM1!c, 207 Virginia Ave., S. E., Washington, D. C. TREADWELL, M. R., STM2fc, 143 Wilbraham Ave., Springfield, Massachusetts. THOMAS, JOHN G., EM3fc 1163 Bay Ave., Mobile, Alabama. ' THORPE, WALLACE L., F2!c, Box 358, Jerome, Idaho. V'N BOOVEN, F. P., ENS., USNR, Rhineland, Missouri. VAN DYKE, JAMES F., STM1fc Box 222, Arlington, Florida. VOXLAND, G. M., F1 fc, Route 3, Kenyon, Minnesota. ' VAN VLECK, S. C., SK3!c, 610 Elm St. , Neligh, Nebraska. WHEELOCK, JOHN T., PHM3fc, 5149 Webb Ave., Detroit, Michigan. WILLIAMS, LEROY D., HA1!c, Route 1, Box 39, Oakville, Washington. WHEELER, R. C., ENS., USNR, 922 Cumberland Rd., Glendale, California. WILLIAMS, ROY L., ENS., USNR, N. 2613 Stone St., Spokane, Washington. PECK, WILLIAM N., CPL., Powhatain Point, Ohio. PARKS, FRANK, PFC., 2035 Capital View Ave., Kensington, Maryland. PRICE, CECELLIOUS, STM1fc, 526 West 152nd St., New York 31, New York. PERRY, LEO C., LT. USN. 156 Oak St., San Francisco, California. PETERSON, RALPH A., F1 fc, 1 216 St. Claire St., Ashland, Wisconsin. PETRO, STEPHEN, S2!c, 731 Hallett St., Bridgeport, Connecticut. PETERSON, ARTHUR W., S2!c, Box 265, Osawatomie, Kansas. ISEAIZSON, C. H., SK3fc, ox , Goshen, Oregon. RICHARDS, RICHARD, CPhM, 112 So. Eucalyptus Ave., Inglewood, California. RINGSRED, THOMAS B., Y2!c, 1014 East 4th St., D I th M' t u u , lnneso a. RICKARD, HOWARD E., QM2!c, cfo R. G. Rickard, Route 1, Willamina, Oregon. RUIZ, ARTHUR JACK, S1 fc, Box 81, French St., San Luis Obispo, California. ROOT, J. E., S1 fc, 816 N. 99 Hiway, Turlock, California. ROY, JOHN WILLIAM, S1 fc, Alamo Courts, Ada, Oklahoma. ROCHE A. I. LT. CDR., USNR, 253 Payson Rd., Belmont, Massachusetts. REICHELT, RALPH O., SM2!c, 7 Dolphine Pkwy., Garfield, New Jersey. RIGGS, JAMES P., Ptr1fc, cfo Joe L. Crevlin, 4132 West Ida St., Seattle, Washington. RAY, KENNETH H., S1 fc, 2912 Pine St., Fresno, California. REIDER, TOM J., COX, 62 S. Cent. Park Place, St. Paul, Minnesota. ROSS, VERNON H., PISgt., 1842 E. 14th St., Oakland 6, California. RHEIN, ROBERT R., S1 fc, 1691 Burns Ave. 6, St. Paul, Minnesota. RODRIGUEZ, MAN'L J., RdM3!c, 121 Goodrich St., Erie, Pennsylvania. ROSS, PHILLIP, S1 fc, 350 Johnson St., N. E., Minneapolis, Minnesota. RHINE, D. D. S1 fc, 114 East Gordon St., Spokane, Washington. ROBINSON, CLAUD, STM2!c, 1018 9th Ave. No., A Nashville, Tennessee. REID, JOHN M., F2!c, 2422 West First St., Duluth, Minnesota. ROANE, GEO. H., STM2!c, 1006 N. Durham St., Boltimore, Maryland. REYNOLDS, GEO. W., S1 fc, 6108 S. W. Blvd., Merriam, Kansas. ROSSI, ANTHONY T., SK3!c, Stockyard Station, Box 37A, Denver 16, Colorado. ROHR, HOWARD, CCS, USN. 3026 W. Bancroft St., Toledo, Ohio. RICARD, PAUL ERNEST, S1 fc, 156 Lake St., Nashua, New Hampshire. SMITH, BRUCE H., HA2!c, 4390 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis, Missouri. SWEATT, NORMAN T., PhM2fc, Route 2, Red Level, Alabama. STRANGE, ROBERT L., PhM3!c, Ringwood, Oklahoma. STUCKER, GALE E., OM3!c, 209 Peachey St., Wenatchee, Washington. SIMMONS, FLOYD, RM3fc, 35 3rd St., Newark, New Jersey. STONE, DONALD M., S1 fc, 1814 W. Applegate Rd., Marlette, Michigan. SMITH, ARTHUR A., SC2fc, Box 241, Gardner, Illinois. SULLIVAN, C. E., STM2!c, 1019 Kershaw St., Aiken, South Carolina. SPIVEY, WILLIAM C., CK3!c, 1143 6th St. N. E., Washington, D. C. LUNA, RALPH A., SGT., 217 W. 3rd St., Okmulgee, Oklahoma. LUHRS, JOE B., PFC., 85 Cumberland St., Charleston, South Carolina. LEAMER, K. D., S1 fc, E. 714 32nd Ave., Spokane, Washington. LAWLER, E. G., GM2!c, 7216 S. Evans Ave., Chicago, Illinois. LOCKWITZ, ARTHUR, PhM3fc, Route 1, Box 250, St. Joseph, Michigan. LEPLEY, HERMAN W., F1 fc, R. F. D. No. 1, Shevlin, Missouri. McALLlSTER, E. M., PhM2fc, 705 Queen St., Northumberland, Pennsylvania. MILHOLLAND, T.. E., SM2!c, 2033 W. 10th St., Little Rock, Arkansas. MISCHEL, JOHN H., RM3!c, 4131 Bowen St., St. Louis 16, Missouri. MCGRAW, T. E., JR., S2!c, Route 2, Box 113, Olympia, Washington. MOON, RICHARD M., S2,fc, 617 Juniper St., LaGrange, Georgia. MAGAYNA, BERNARD J., S1 fc, 1122 16th Ave., East, Hibbing, Minnesota. MABRY, JOHN C., BM1fc, 1015 16th St., Oakland, California. McLEAN, MALCOLM E., S1 fc, Taft, Oregon. MURRY, JOSEPH A., S2!c, Route 4, Cassapolia, Michigan. MUNSON, ROBERT E., PFC., 202 Loury Ave., No., Minneapolis, Minnesota. McCALL, R. B., SGT., Box 361, Aberdeen, Idaho. MALYUREK, R. J., PFC., 1730 Hind St., Seattle, Washington. MILLER, WM. J., ENS., USNR, 1010 North Blvd., Baton Rouge, Louisiana. MacCOSHAM, J. ALFRED JR., LT. 09.3 USNR. 214 Grand Ave., Oakland, California. McCAL, FLOYD, JR., STM2fc, 231912th Ave., Bessember, Alabama. MOSSNER, EUGENE O., FM3fc, 1327 N. Adams St., Peoria, Illinois. MORTENSEN, ALVIN, F1 fc, 87 Main St., Ridlonville, Maine. MCCAFFREY, F. H., S1 fc, 11025 Goethe St., Apt. B-11, Detroit 14, Michigan. NOEL, WILLIAM E., PFC., 35-50 88th St., Jackson Hts., Long Island, New York. OLSEN, RALPH, S2!c, 3226 Oakes St., Everett, Washington. O'BANNON, LESTER C., STM1!c, 1021 18th St., Bessemer, Alabama. OLIVER, H. D., MM1fc, Route 2, Box 212, Tallassee Alabama. PHILLIPS, DELBERT E., S1 fc, 12 Donning Court, Pontiac, Michigan. PRITCHETT, EDWARD C., S1 fc, 471 Indiana St., Hammond, Indiana. PURVIS, A. L., ENS., USNR, Route 1, Box 415, Centralia, Washington. PRESTWICH, MARVIN B., SC1fc, 1003 East Franklin St., Boise, Idaho. PHILLIPS, WM. BRUCE, SC2!c, 900 Prospect Ave. S. W., Canton, Ohio. PODOBINSKI, LEO R. S2fc, 371 Charles Ave., St. Paul 3, Minnesota. PRICE, DAVID G. S2fc, 3228 Pennick St., Shreveport, Louisiana. PRESCOTT, JOHN M., COX, 14 Paradise St., Prattville, Alabama. PENNELL, JOHN R., BM1!c, 6625 S. E. 85th St., Portland, Oregon. PERRY, GERALD L., COX., Box 1 36, Newport, Washington. PIOTH, ALBERT S., S2!c, 7209 So. LaFayette St., Chicago 21, Illinois. GOLDBERG, ALLEN, CPL., 1425 E. 35th St., Tacoma, Washington. GASCHLER, JOHN, CORP., Modoc, Kansas. JANECEK, JERRY O., PFC., Route 3, LaGrange, Texas. JONES, J. B., PFC., 832 Dover Way, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. JOHNSON, KENNETH, ST. SGT., Box 1532, Valleio, California. JONES, LESLIE G., STM1!c, 483 Oxford Court, Baltimore, Maryland. JACKS, JOSEPH, STM1!c, 2035 am sr., New Orleans, Louisiana. JONES, W. E., STM1fc, 2816 H St., rear, Galveston, Texas. JONES, IKIE LEE, STM fc, Route 4, Gilmer, Texas. JARDELL, ELTON, CMM, 904 N. Ave. G, Crowley, Louisiana. KOBALL, GLENN W., PHM3!c, Route 1, No. Haughton Ave., Corning, California. KORST, ROBERT A., F1 fc 1071 Alviso St. Santa Clara, California. KENNEDY, NORMAN D., S1 fc, Route 2, Ohatchee, Alabama. KNOPF, WILLIAM F., MM2!c, 428 Martin St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. KEENAN, JOHN J., S1 ,fc, 126 Lewis St., Chester, Pennsylvania. LUPTON, JOHN CLIFTON, S1 fc, Sea Level, North Carolina. LEMELIN, ALBERT, PVT., 54 Mill St., Augusta, Maine. ATWOOD, ARTHUR, S1 fc, 903 Live Oak Road, Miami, Arizona. GILMORE, JOHN B. Il, PHM1!c,1 ANTIJUNTI, L. C., S1 fc, 184 Whitman St., New Bedford, Massachusetts. GETZEN, JAMES R., EM3!c, 429 E. Geneva St., Elkhorn, Wisconsin. GRINDELL, CHARLES R., CCS, 6481 N. Commercial St., Portland, Oregon. HARVILL, KARL V., HA1!c, 1120 West 10th St., Albany, Oregon. HALL, WAYMAN H., S1 fc, 1012 North Jackson St., Albany, Georgia. HINSHAW, CLAYTON T., Y3!c, Route 1, Carmel, Indiana. HARPER, JOSEPH, CGM, USN., 6664 Lajolla Blvd., LaJolIa, California. HILL, ROBERT M., SK2fc, 215 Broadway, Mt. Vernon, Washington. HILDAHL, ARTHUR O., PFC., 4733 W. Ruffner St., Seattle, Washington. HATCHER, ALBERT, PFC., Box 13, Naples, Florida. HAUBERT, JOSEPH A., S2,fc, 685 Meadow St., Marion, Ohio HARLANDER, R. J., BKR3fc, 428 15th Ave. No., St. Cloud, Minnesota. HOBART, WILLARD T., HA1!c, E. 307 LaCrosse St., Spokane, Washington. HOVELAND, KENNETH E., F1 fc, Box 12, Mentor, Minnesota HOUNIHAN, J. C., Mach. USN. 1719 N. Pass Ave., Burbank, California. HAAG, LEO A., CEM, Route 1, Kalispell, Montana. HARRIS, THOMAS D., F2,fc, 1120 8th Ave., South, Seattle, Washington. HASTINGS, J. L., MAJ., T. C., 29 Lower Crescent Ave., Sausalito, California. HIBBARD, R. L., PHM3!c, 160 Alpine St., Fresno, California. JEFFRIES, DALLAS, CRM, 850 E. 59th St., Seattle 5, Washington. JOHNSON, G. B., S1 fc, 319 Pearl St., Ft. Collins, Colorado. JONES, R. D., S1 fc, Box 180, Palmetto, Georgia . JACKSON, LEWIS L., PFC., 218 Maine Ave., H Long Beach, California. 352 25th Ave., Longview, Washington. ALISON, THOS. J., QM3!c, R. F. D. No. 1, Dryden, Michigan. ADAMS, R. R., ENS., USNR, 3257 Jackson St., Corvallis, Oregon. APKARIAN, H., ENS., USNR, 1 51 3 4th St., Watervliet, New York. AZORR, ALBERT, JR., SC3!c, 4321 S. E. 63rd Ave., Portland, Oregon. ADKINS, THOMAS E., S2fc, Route 1, Bassett, Virginia. ALLEN, ROBERT E., STM2fc, Box 53, Rutledge, Georgia. ANDRADE, JOE N., F1 fc, 424 E. Franciscan Ave., San Antonio, Texas. ADAMS, E. E., ChPC, USN, 1654 Deleware St., Oshkosh, Wisconsin. ALEXANDERS' N, I. J., Cdr, USNR 350 Hawthorne St., Brooklyn 25, New York. BOWHAY, ELLIS L., S1!c, Route 3, Box 115, Bellingham, Washington. BROOKS, DWAYNE E., COX, 424 Krakar Ave., Joliet, Illinois. BUJOLD, ROBERT C., S2!c, 24 Mt. Vernon St., Fitchburg, Massachusetts. BIGELOW, HENRY, S2,fc, 1530 West Main St., Willimantic, Connecticut. BENNETT, FRANK E., S2fc, Warren, Minnesota. BONNEY, W. L., S1 fc, 511 Sherman St., Boise, Idaho. ALGIRE, KENT D., Lt. Cdr, USN, 201 Garces Drive, San Francisco, California. BROWN, PAUL U., PFC., 6557 Newcomb St., San Diego, California. BRYANT, WALTER J., PFC., 40 Miller Ave., Mill Valley, California. BREKKE, R. W., PFC., Nielsville, Minnesota. BELL, R. P., Lt. CIQJ, ChC, USNR, 450 E. 16th St., Brooklyn 26, New York. v BREEDEN, FLOYD G., PFC., 2939 Central St., Spokane, Washington. BIVENS, C. S., PHM3fc, 4236 W. Rosedale St., Fort Worth, Texas. BENNETT THOMAS J., Y2fc, 350 Cleveland St., Akron, Ohio. BOTKIN WAYNE W., ENS., USN, Denver, Illinois. BRYANT, WILLIAM J., SM1!c, 7755 Corliss Ave., Seattle Washington. aARN'r, LYLE R., cox, Box 600, Ogallala, Nebraska. BROCKMEIER, OTTO L., S1 fc, Fortuna, North Dakota. BOOTH JOHN H., STM2!c, 2010 Willis Ave., Omaha, Nebraska. BAKER, RICHARD, S2fc, 1819 11th Ave. No., Billings, Montana. . BEAUDRY, PAUL, F1 fc, R. F. D. 2, Charleston, New Hampshire. BALDWIN, C. R., CMM, 434 76th St. Niagara Falls, New York. BETTANO, ROY J., F1 fc, 51 Falcon St., East Boston, Massachusetts. BROCATO, BENEDETTO S., S1 fc, Box 475, Aguilar, Colorado. BLOTTENBERGER, J. H., MM3!c, 35 E. Barney St., Baltimore 30, Maryland. BEESLEY, D. S., F2!c, Box 214, Rexburg, Idaho. BURRIS, CLETUS L., S2fc, Box 1 35, Fairmount, lllinois. BENNETT, JAMES F., S1 fc, 6614 S. E. 21 st St., Portland 2, Oregon. BIRCKHEAD, ROGER K., SK3fc, Wellsville, Kansas. BRUNTZ, G. P., BKR3fc, 523 South 3rd St., Kent, Washington. COUGHLIN, A. D., SM3fc, 382 Burnside Ave., East Hartford, Connecticut. CRIPE, RICHARD, Y3!c, Amenia, North Dakota. CLAYBERGER, C. S., CBM, 241 Auburn St., Tacoma, Washington. CARR, EDW. W., S2!c, R. F. D. 2, Dexter, Maine. CHRISTENSEN, L. P., RM3!c, 1 38 North Second, Preston, Idaho. CURE, BEN F., S2!c, Worth and Wabash Ave., Worth, Illinois. COLLETT, GROFF, ETM1fc, 1 727 E. 116th PI., Cleveland, Ohio. CROWLEY, KEITH K., S2!c, 1 715 West 6th St., Waterloo, Iowa. CARR, EUGENE R., S2!c, 1 26 Yates Ave., Macon, Georgia. LARSON, FRANCIS R., S1 fc, Trail City, South Dakota. CLUBB, ROBERT G., S1 fc, Box 895, Mullen, Idaho. CUNEO, JOHN, S2!c, 159 Larkin Dr., Benicia, California. CASH, WILLIAM E., PFC., 729 Taylor St., Petersburg, Virginia. CAMPBELL, PAT, PFC., 1321 Pittsburg, St., Spokane, Washington. CALLAHAN, HAROLD D., PFC., Garnett, Kansas. COCCARO, SALV'TORE N., PFC., 45 North Portland Ave., Brooklyn, New York. CLINTON, WALTER P., PVT., 1831 Southern Blvd., Bronx, New York. CHAPMAN, ARCHIE, STM2!c, 808 25th St. Bessemer, Alabama. COSTES, JAMES, WT2fc, 3018 38th Ave., Oakland, California. CAHOON, JAMES P., EM3fc, 212 Kinsey St., Richmond, Indiana. COOPER, WM. LEWIS, EM3!c, Box 173, Panama City, Florida. COKER, JOHNNY, F1 fc, 221 E. Walker St., ?f'lii?1'2' TWT' , . LLIAM,S 801 Somerset St., KDQXC' Johnston, Pennsylvania. CRAVENS, J. J., LT. Cigl SC ,USNR, New Blains, Arkansas. DIXON, DONALD E., RdM3!c, 302 W. Midlothian Blvd., Youngstown, Ohio. DUKE, DEDRICK A., S2!c, 210 Boulevard, Lagrange, Georgia. DAWSON, JOSEPH A., SF1!c, 1497 Briarwood Ave., Columbus, Ohio. DAU-GHERTY, GUILES O., S2fc, Hrgglnsville, West Virginia. DEVER, J. D., S2!c, 2106 No. Steele St., Tacoma, Washington. DOMINIQUE, C. A., S1 fc, 5329 Satsuma Ave., North Hollywood, California. DeWALT, CHAS. A., SSML3!c, Mayfield, Washington. EVANS, KENNETH O., BKR2fc, 818 so. Gold sr., Centralia, Washington. EWALD, WILLIAM W., S1 fc, 2025 22nd Ave. N. E., Minneapolis, Minnesota. EDINGER, JOHN B., S2fc, 103111 West Heron St., Aberdeen, Washington. FORRESTER, C. F., LT. Cl9l,'MC, USNR, cfo Dr. Schiff, 1426 Saratoga Ave. N. E., Washington, D. C. FIEL, AUGUST, SF3fc, 518 Stover St., Ft. Collins, Colorado. FREEMAN, A. B., LT. 097, USNR, 142 Benita Ave., Youngstown, Ohio. GERACI, NICASIO J., RM3!c, 5537 Neva Ave., Chicago, lllinois. GUINNANE, M. S., RM3!c, Route 3, Roadhouse, Illinois. GILLESPIE, EUGENE W., PFC., 3212 N. W. 26th St., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. GROSSMAN, PETER, PFC., 2224 A Hebert St., St. Louis, Missouri. KIEFNER, JOSEPH C., SK2!c, 1328 N. Kenwood Ave., Baltimore, Maryland. KIRSCH, GEORGE PETER, F1 fc, 60 Elliott PI., North Merrick, Long Island, New York. KITCHENS, WILLIAM R., S1 fc, 1190 Cummings Ave., Memphis, Tennessee. KITCHENS, WILLIAM W., S1 fc, Morgantown, Kentucky. KLOETZER, LEROY JOHN, S1 fc, 69 Herkimer St., Buffalo, New York. KUNKLE, HARVEY H., SC1fc, 1420 So. Albert St., Allentown, Pennsylvania. KUPER, BERNARD W., GM2fc, 260 Park Ave., Schoolfield, Virginia. LaDUKE, PETER L., LT. USNR, Lawrence, Michigan. LANGLOIS, G. L. EM2fc, 308 Plaquemine St., Plaquemine, Louisiana. LaSALA, PASQUALE V., PFC., 1601 Jackson St., Aliquippa, Pennsylvania. LAWSON, FENTON J., S1 fc, 504 Washington St., Lawton, Oklahoma. LECH, FRANK T., S1 fc, 5421 So. Honore St., Chicago, Illinois. LEWIS, THOMAS E., CM3!c, 27 Schoolhouse Lane, Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. LINDERMAN, J. A., LT. USNR, 2850 Johnson Ave., Alameda, California. LINK, MILTON R., QM2fc, 41 Grant St., Ft. Thomas, Kentucky. LIVINGSTONE, G. A., SGT, 1905 Harrison St., i'33EzC'fiflTE'iTs1 1 INE, SS 2812 stout sr., Mm' 'ffS'riE'N2"Eli'.ii'E . C. o., ETM1 , 219 Vine Ave., fc Park Ridge, lllinois. LYNCH, GEO. C., SCCBJ1!c, 1656 W. 101 st St., Chicago, Illinois. MALCHOFF, JACK, S1 fc, 103 Ellsworth St., San Antonio, Texas. MARTIN, MELVIN B., COX, Box 1034, Wayland, Kentucky. MARTIN, WILLIAM, COX, 525 Veritas St., Nashville, Tennessee. McCAFFREY, FRED H., S1 fc, 11025 Goethe St., Apt. B-11, Detroit, Michigan. McCLATCHY, J. D., LT., USMC, 1 Hazel Lane, Bala Cynwood, Pennsylvania. McINTOSH, WALTER L., Y1!c, 4806 25th St. North, Arlington, Virginia. McKEY, ALVIN, COX, Louise, Texas. McKOWN,CHARLES D., S1 fc, 51 Orchard Rd., Saratoga, California. McLEMORE, D. A.,A S1 fc, 3215 West 12th St., Little Rock, Arkansas McMASTER, G. E., RdM3fc 1118 No. Oakes St., Tacoma, Washington. McWHORTER, WM W., S1 fc, 303 Florida St., San Antonio, Texas. I METZ, CHARS E., Ch Pharm, USN, U. S. Naval Hospital, Long Beach, California. MIDDLETON, ARTHUR J., SF1!c, 15 Evans St., Hamburg, New York. MILBANK, NORMAN, LT., 413 Smith St., Kent, Washington. MILLER, BONNIE C., S1 fc, 48 N. E. 16th St., Miami, Florida. MILLER, WILLARD C., S1 fc, 5124 Leighton St., Lincoln, Nebraska. MORT, GEORGE E., S1 fc, Box 62, Midland, California. MORTON, JAMES H., S1 fc, Indian Head, Maryland. MOSCHLER, CHAS F., Ch. Carp. Gretna, Virginia. MUNDT, CHARLES J., S1 fc, 36 Duncan Ave., Jersey City, New Jersey. MUNLEY, LEO F. 413 Deleware St., Jessup, Pennsylvania. MURPHEY, J. L., LT. COMDR., cfo W. I. Massey, 151 Helfenstein Rd., Webster Grove, Missouri. MYERS, GEO., PFC., Route 6, Paris, Illinois. MYERS, RALPH E., PFC., 937 Lalbare St., Martinez, California. NUCKLES, KENNETH R., SCfBJ1!c, 5513 Ashworth St., Bellflower, California. NUNLEY, JAMES C., STM1!c, General Delivery, Tulsa, Oklahoma. O'CONNELL, WILLIAM J., S2fc, 34 LaJune St., Providence, R. I., OTIS, WALTER A., S1 fc, 11 Elm St. Valley Falls, Rhode Island. OWRE, LESLIE N., BM1!c, 3924 So. 114th St., Seattle, Washington. PARNELL PERRY J., BM1!c, Max Meadows, Virginia. PASTOR, E. J., EM3fc, 4322 Masterson St., Oakland, California. ,X ff fa' ' --."."" in 4. L L X..1.... ..,. x ,E , ' ,AY X' ,wx 1 f Z- .- 'S , -- 4- 4 J .2 --i -gf ' - 4 - H - , , PERKINS, GLENN R., F1 fc, Box 7 Clay Spring, Arizona. PERKINS, JAMES W., SC3!c, Route 1, Box 1056, Klamath, Falls, Oregon. PERRAULT, NARCISSE C., COX, 1825 Summit Ave., Everett, Washington. PHILLIPS, THOMAS L., S2!c, 104 West Blount Ave., College Park, Georgia. PIERCE, LEO W., SGT., 1630 Brush St., Oakland, California. PIPER J. S LT. COMDR., USNR, 3656 6. 2nd sf., Long Beach, California. POFFENBERGER, CHAS. R., PFC., Boonsboro, Maryland, R. F. D. 2, POLLARD, J. D., M. M. 3!c, 213 North Robinson St., Cleburne, Texas. POWELL, FRANKLIN F., Y2fc, Southbury Training School, Southbury, Connecticut. PRINTZ, CHARLES D., COX, 7014 Bennett St., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. PSZCZOLKOWSKI, S. R., F1 fc, 23 Andrew St., Bayonne, New Jersey. QUINN, ARTHUR B., PHM1!c, 926 Reagan St., Sunbury, Pennsylvania. RAGSDALE, T. H., EK3!c, 621 Kehler St., Los Angeles, California. REEVES, HOMER, S1 fc, Route 2, Box 77, Castleberry, Alabama. REYNOLDS, CHARLES H., PFC., 146 Geary St., Buffalo, New York. RHODES, JEAN W., PFC., City Steam Laundry, Camden, Arkansas. RITTER, C. JR., STM1!c, Fairfax, South Carolina. ROBERTSON, E. H., SKD2fc, 965 Geary St., Apt. 45, San Francisco, California. ROPER, R. M., JR., RdM3fc, 1009 Oakes Blvd., San Leandro, California. ROSS, RICHARD E., GM1!c, 2808 Western Ave., Mattoon, Illinois. SAGO, LLOYD A., CM1!c, Maynard Ave., Pocahontas, Arkansas. SCHMIDT, HENRY JR., MUS1fc, 122 Adams St., Tracy, California. SCHUMAKER, GEO. O., FC3fc, 1038 Park Ave., St. Louis, Missouri. SEBANC, RUDOLPH F., EM1!c, 1427 So. 93rd St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. SEIBERT, EDW. F., SK2fc, 1851 Green Road, Cleveland, Ohio. SEILER, LESTER J., F1 fc, 2020 L St. S. W., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. SHEEHAN, NORMAN J., LT., 1227 West Riverside Ave., . Spokane, Washington. SIMMONS, CLYDE H., STM1!c, 2239 Camac St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. SMITH, DONALD F., F1 fc, 1922 Loomis St., La Crosse, Wisconsin. SMITH, DONALD S., GM3!c, Route 1, Box 144, Tillamook, Oregon. STALLINGS, ERULUS, STM1!c, 783 Pine Haven, Daytona Beach, Florida. STAPLETON, ROY V. LT.GgJ, 818 Peck Ave., San Antonio, Texas. SWADLEY, CLIFFORD R. S1 fc, West 3rd St., Checotah, Oklahoma. SWANNER THOMS O., PHM1!c, 516 Maxwell St., Boulder, Colorado. THOMAS, JESSE LEE, S1!c, Route 2, Cumby, Texas. TIPTON, RALPH H., RdM3!c, 875 No. Cherrylee Dr., ElMonte, California. TOKAR, EDW. T., COX, 358 River Dr., Garfield, New Jersey. TOMLINSON, G. I., BM1fc, 8 N. W. 33rd Ave., Miami, Florida. TOSH, TOMMY P., MM1!c, Route 2, Box 238, Amarillo, Texas. TOWNS, ROBT. C., STM1!c, Macon, Mississippi. TRAPPLETTI, EGINO, COX, 1529 Isabel St., Los Angeles, California. TUSON, FRANK J., CGM, USN, 1001 Diamond St., San Antonio, Texas. UNDERHILL, J. A., SSML3!c, 2142 Kellett Ave., Springfield Missouri. uzze1.L, 'mov G., SF3fc, Box 1106, Laporte Texas. vEiLL6N, Ansel J., S2fc, Kinder, Louisiana. VEZZO, ROMEO M., EM3fc, Morgan, Pennsylvania. VINCENT, FRANK L., S1 fc, 119 Hunnicutt St., Apt. 13, Atlanta, Georgia. VOITA, GEO C., 1803 Grove Ave., Berwyn, lllinois. VOYLES, NOAH W., PFC., cfo Mr. E. E. Durrett, Strong, Arkansas. WAKEFIELD, WM., CAPT., USN, 666 G Ave., Coronado, California. WALLACE, KENNETH L., FC3!c, 614 G St., Bakersfield, California. WARFIELD, WALTER G., ST3!c, R. F. D. 1, Frederick, Maryland. WASHINGTON, IS.,STM1 fc, 2318 Vine St., Kansas City, Missouri. WELCH, JOHN, BKR3!c, 1246 E. 22nd St., Des Moines, Iowa. WENTZ, EDW. A., CSK, 43 Grant Ave., Jersey City, New Jersey. WEST, ROBERT H., PHM3!c, 3331 Belt Ave., St. Louis, Missouri. WHEELER, GRADY O., BKR3fc, 302 W. Taylor Ave., . East Point, Georgia. WHITE, EDWARD J., Y2!c, 1061 Hague Ave., St. Paul, Minnesota. WIESSER, STEVEN K., SC2!c, 1736 Westerly Terr., Los Angeles 26, California. WILLMOTT, STANLEY, PHM3!c, 571 W. Main St., Lexington, Kentucky. WILSON, EWELL L., SF3fc, Hollis, Oklahoma. WILT, CLARENCE J., S1 fc, 1821 McHenry St., Baltimore, Maryland. WINIEMKO, LEONARD, PFC., 7039 Miller Ave., Detroit 11, Michigan. WISHNEFSKY, J. Y., SC2!c, 443 Jackson St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. WIXSON, CHARLES G., PFC., Route 2, Petoskey, Michigan. TARLETON, HARRY J., STM1!c, Avalon, Virginia. STONE, FRANK, CCM, 6449 University Ave., Chicago 37, Illinois. WELBORN, KENNETH, SF3!c, Route 4, McKinney. Texas. PHM2!c, -a ... W.-s.:.... :. - , , V -- . - '- 9,25--, ,,...,. . . 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