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MILLS, ALBERT JOSEPH - Age 19. "Al" is
the eternal sunshine ol' Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mills,
58 St. James Ave., Norwood, Mass. Enlisting at Bos-
ton Jan. 26, 1943, he was railroaded to the Newport
boot kindergarten where he took torture with Co.
LHB. A baseball and photography fiend he was em-
ployed by Bird 8a Son. He is eager to L1'Ot the globe
hither and thither.
MILLS, ROBERT A. - Age 18. The pride and
joy of Mr. and Mrs. 1'Villiam Mills, 35 State St.,
Ossining, N. Y., "Millzie" joined the service at
N. Y. C. Dec. 31, 1942, and underwent indoctrina-
tion with Co. 535, Sampson, N. Y. Formerly employed
by the Elks Club, Ossining, N. Y., he hobbies at
goldbricking and his ambition is once again to don
his pin stripes and two-tones.
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MacINTlRE, FRANCIS A. - Age 19. The erst-
while responsibility of Mrs. Helen Brieham, 7 Maple
Ave., Foxboro, Mass., "XVebfoot" kicked over the
traces at Boston jan. 12, 1943, and wound up with
Co. 562 at the Newport, R. I., boot training center.
In the good old days he wasted his time building
gas model airplanes. He wants an airplane.
MALOLEPSZY, EDXVARD - Age 20. "Stretch"
is the wayward brat of Mr. and Mrs. Hlilliam Malol-
epszy of 35 Roycroft Drive, Rochester, N. Y. For-
merly employed by the Eastman Kodak Co., he
shifted to the offensive at Buffalo Dec. 10, 1942. then
shipped to the Sampson training establishment for
the ordeal with Co. 449. He gets a kick out of bas-
ketball and baseball.
MANGIAPANE, ANTHONY -1. -- Age 20. Co.
445, Newport R. I.. trained "Mange" for the ups
and downs of Navy life. Before signing up at New
Haven, Conn., in Ianuary, 1943, he made his home at
41 Summer St., X'Vaterburv. Prior to his enlistment
he was employed as a machinist, and amused himself
at amateur photography. His ambition is to photo-
graph the Navy shelling Japan.
MANZO, CONO PETER - Age 21. "Sonny,' is
a former resident of N. Y. C. He made his com-
mitment at the big city Feb. 1, 1943. and subsequently
went to Sampson where he took his initial instructions
with Co. 470. He is the son of Mr. Carmine Manzo
of 203 Mott St., N. Y. C. In civilian life he was
employed as a foreman by the Thomas Trucking Co.
He's a sports fan.
MARINO, GERARD NUNZIO - Age 18. The
eternal sunshine of Mrs. Mary Marino of 297 So. 6
St., Newark, N. "jerry" signed away his liberty
at N. Y. C. Dec. 31, 1942, and wound up at Sampson,
N. Y., where he bunked with Co. He was once
employed by Underwood fb Elliott Fisher. -Ierry is
determined to become a pilot. He'd like to give her
a whirl at Floyd Bennett Field.
MARSHALL, ROBERT EARLE-Age 18. "Bob"
is the progeny of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Marshall,
Ellsworth, Maine. He exchanged his reat pleats
from the blue at Portland Jan. 28, 1943, and learned
the tricks of the naval trade at Newport, R. I. with
Co. 447. A has-been employee of the U. S. Army En-
gineers, Bob is determined to make chief or bust.
fLet 'er poplj
MASCIA. MICHAEL ANGELO-Age 20. "Mick'I
is the direct descendant of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mas-
cia of 335 E. 148 St., Bronx, N. Y. C. He joined the
Navy at N. Y. C. Feb. 1, 1943, and took it like a lit-
tle man at Sampson with Co. 470. Employed at the
Brooklyn Navv Yard in civilian life, he spent his
unproductive hours at bowling and stickball. He
hones for a leave.
MASON, PAUL S. - Age 18. From Newport,
Vt., Paul is sonny to Mrs. Hazel G. Mason. He en-
listed in the Navy at Springfield Alan. 25, 1943, chuck-
ing a job as a cone automatic machine operator, and
trained with Co. f'lf'14 at Newport. He gets a kick
out of fishing for fish in the brook. He is very en-
thusiastic about the Navy, very enthusiastic indeed.
MCALPIN, LESTER X'V.4AgC 18. Formerly an
optical lens grinder, "Mick" has a yen to play pro-
fessional baseball after the brawl is over. He is the
rough and ready child of Mrs. Louise E. McAlpin
of 2505 So. Colorado St., Philadelphia, Pa., and he
enlisted at his home town in December, 1942, then
matriculated at Sampson for indoctrination with Co.
451. Baseball is his dish.
McCUMBER, GORDON K.-Age 20. The erst-
while responsibility of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCum-
ber of Troy, N. Y., "Mac" blew that fuse at his home
village in December, 1942, and underwent repair
at Sampson where he was taught the Navy ABC's
with Co. 447. In more tranquil times he was em-
ployed by the Simmons Machine Tool Co., and spent
his leisure hours shooting pool.
McCULLOCH, FRANK XV. - Age 18. "Mc-
Gooch" did it at Boston Alan. 20, 1943, and suffered
the consequences with Co. 1029 at the Newport boot
training center. The offspring of Mr. and Mrs. F. 147.
McCulloch of I8 Bowker St., Brookline, Mass., he
passes his days figuring out the easiest way to do
nothing. His foremost ambition is to become a
McKAY, ARTHUR JOSEPH AIR.-Age 19. "Art"
enlisted at Boston, Mass., Jan. 17, 1943, and was ini-
tiated with Co. 969, Newport, R. I. In more tranquil
times, he was employed as a machine operator at
the Foxboro Co. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur McKay of 17 Summit Ave., Mansfield, Mass.
Baseball and swimming are his diversions. He wants
to be a big shot.
MEDEIROS, CELESTINO CAVACO - Age 19.
"Celey" gave up his job at a U. S. Naval Torpedo
Station to enlist in the Navy at Fall River, Mass.,
in january, 1943, and was shipped to Newport for
indoctrination with Co. 451. The offspring of Mr.
and Mrs. M. P. Medeiros of 255 Fountain St., Fall
River, Mass., he aspires to become a mechanical en-
gineer or school teacher.
MERGNER, GEORGE ALBERT - Age 18.
"Lefty" hails from 1845 Lurting Ave., Bronx, N. Y.,
the pride and joy of Mr. and Mrs. John Mergner.
He enlisted at N. Y. C. Dec. 17, 1942, and went
through boots with Co. 535, Sampson, N. Y. Prior
to his enlistment he was a high school stude, and
spent his spare time at swimming and basketball.
His ambition is to be a sailor.
MESKEL, IVILLIAM BERNARD - Age 18.
"Bill" did it at N. Y. C. Dec. 31, 1942, and knew the
horrors of boot training at Sampson with Co. 535.
The offspring of Mr. and Mrs. George Meskel of 124-
05 97 Ave., Richmond Hill, N. Y., he formerly was
employed as clerk for the General Printing Ink
Corp., and his one and only ambition is to become
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SECTION F OF CLASS M-17
FRONT ROYV fleft to rightj: E. S. Nowicki, A. P. Moyer,
MIDDLE ROW: F. R. Humm, P. Placko, J. O'Donnell,
J. Pomerantz, J. V. Hummel CSection Leaderj, Lt. Qj.g.j J. L. F. R. Noherini, F. Moore, R. Niski, P. H. Phillips, A. R.
Hammeu, P. J. Proko, O. J. Prue, R. F. O'Connell, S. E. Northrop.
BACK ROXV: XV. O'Neil, T. 'l'. O'Brien. G. A. Olson, R. L.
Oczkowski, A. I.. Murray, T. M. O'Dea, J. F. Peter, J. Moeulak,
HUMM, FRED R.-Age l9. Fred is the pride
and joy of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Humm of l303 3 St.,
Altoona, Pa. He enlisted there, Jan. 28, l943, and
underwent indoctrination with Co. 538, Sampson. As
a civilian, he was employed by the Union News Co.,
and spent his leisure time idle. He aspires to be
a chief warrant officer.
HUMMEL, JAMES V.vvAge 20. "Jim" is a na-
tive of Fleetwood, Pa., and the eternal sunshine
of Mrs. Mary E. Hummel. He signed up at Phila-
delphia, Pa., Dec. l5, l942, and underwent indoc-
trination with Co. 537, Sampson. Roller skating, ten-
nis and playing the piano are his main diversions.
His one and only ambition is to get spliced.
MILANO, ALFRED RALPH-Age l8. "Honey"
is the erstwhile responsibility of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Milano of 211 Ufallace St., Tuckahoe, N. Y. He stuck
his neck out at N. Y. C., Dec. 30. l942, and took it
on the chin with Co. 536, Sampson. Hunting, golf,
fishing and beautiful women are his long suits. His
ambition is to get flight orders.
MOCULAK, JOSEPH-Age 20. 'fJoe" hails from
Elizabeth Ave., Raritan, N. J., the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wfilliam Moeulak. He joined up at N. Y. C.,
Nov. l7, l942, and was railroaded to Sampson, where
he suffered with Co. 5l2. In the pre-fracas era, he
worked for the Calco Chemical Co., Boundbrook,
N. He hobbies with engines.
MOORE, JAMES FREDERICK-Age 20. From
33 Kent St., Brookline, Mass., comes "Jim," the prog-
eny of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore. Prior to his
enlistment at Boston in January, l943, he worked at
the VVatertown Arsenal, Wfatertown, Mass. He is a
sports enthusiast, especially when it comes to hunt-
ing and fishing. He hopes to make ACMM.
MOYER, AMMON PAUL - Age l7. Co. ll7,
Sampson, trained "Rosebud" for the ups and downs
of Navy life. Before enlisting at Reading, Pa., Dec.
20, l942, he earned his spending money as an usher.
He is looking forward to marrying that little gal
back home. He is the white hope of Mr. and Mrs.
Ammon M. Moyer of l3l6 Locust St., Reading, Pa.
MURRAY, ALBERT L.-Age 29. A truck driver
in the ante bellum days, "Chaplain" enlisted at Phila-
delphia, Nov. 26, l942, and was railroaded to Samp-
son, where he suffered with Co. fl5l. He formerly
lived at 3904 Coral St., Philadelphia, Pa., and is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Murray. He hopes to
go to catapault school.
NISKI, RAYMOND-Age l9. "Ray" is the eter-
nal sunshine of Mr. and Mrs. Wfalter Niski of 478
Milwaukee, Old Force, Pa. He dived off the deep
end at Albany, N. Y., Dec. 5, l942, and wound up
drilling with Co. 52l, Sampson. A former machinist,
he gets a kick out of arranging music, and would
like to see some action with a PBY squadron.
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