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THE
MOUNTAIN
DEMOCRAT
AND
PLACERVILLE REPUBLICAN
Thundcy.
Fcbruory
8.
1945
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.
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has
in-t
up
with
Lt
Stanle;.
Wider
Both
art-
co-pilous. Ru.vse!l
sa:<5
the
EngL.sh
shower bath
fix-
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and
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know
whether
he's
staff.
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or
just
plain
buck,
arrived
home
thi-s
week
on a
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lough
Horn
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route
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be
re'.e^eii.
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h.:-.e
r.v-^Uvted
for a
couple
of
-.\i'tk.s
:<,
report
that
the
service
j-tat.or.
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cast
of
the IvyHou.se
:.s
op.-ra:.:r.-
It
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beeii
clovcl
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you
remc:nbcr
•Alien
Be:me
Ede'.manused
to
'Aa'.t
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vUstomrr.s
at the old
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GiMCiry.loi'k-s
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A
p.iir.t
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some
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irt
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>nii;
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or.i
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furni-
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pa.st
week
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he
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cut of
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busine.s.s
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;u.st in
tlie
office
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on the
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offices
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to
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fanv.'.v
:s
.ni.ise:
that
Fran-
cesco
Arad
).-
lia.-;
a.t.t:r.
b-en
•,\ounci-
rci.
That's
ab
>ut
three tunes that
Bud
'.vho
;-
one of the
old
Compaiv.
D nier.. has
been hit.
But he has
r.oi
bt-
r. out for
Ions
and the
dope
is
that
he'LI
be
back
toduty
soon
aft>T
t'nis
in
i.st
recent
experience.
Bud's
:n
France,
-.la
Africa.
S:n!y
:i:ui
Italy.Hesends
ureetm^s
and
urges
--jy'Ci./i
interest
in
the
sup;»rt
of
the
Pu-d
Cross
-.Ouch,
he
says,
is
doing
a
s'Ae'/i
job
Jf
Jack
N:d..y
.11.i!
F/.'an
Da'.en-
port
are
merchant
mariners
report-
rd
at
home
tins
week.
I
Am The
DEVIL
Dirt
Is
Sin!
We
Want
That
Dirt,
Grime
and
Grim
Modern
Cleaners
ALL
GOODS INSURED AGAINST
FIRE.AND
THEFT
166
Main
St.
Telephone
65
if
Staff
Sergeant
Glenn
Wilton,
of
Camp 15.
Camino,
is
one of the
men
about
whom
this
public
rela-
[
j
lions
release applies:
SIXTH
ARMY
!
GROUP.
FranceOne
of the
closest
;
o! all
railway
units
to
th>-
front
,;
lines
in the
Vosges
Mountains sec-
j*syra*
!
tor of
Eastern
France
is
the
750th
'
^~"
Railway
Operating
Battalion.
It
is
!
;
one of the
'.eteran
battalions
of the
Military
Railway Service
wh.ch
saw
1
extensive
service
in
the
Mediterran-
ean
Theater
of
Operations
before
,
r^w
coming
to
France
to
take
on the
\ .
~j~-
normoub
job
of
tran.s;xirt!:tg
war
*
material
from
the
ports
of
South-
»m
France
to the U. S 7th and
,
tiie
French
l.st
Annies,
now
ixnir.d-
liig
at the
formidable
Sie-tried
de-
fense.
750th
found
a
tremendousjob
facing
them. Countless bridges
had
been destroyed
by
pre-invasion
Allied
bombers
and
Nazi demolition
j
!
if
Captain
Bob
Donncll
of the
Armv
Air
Forces
is
assigned
to
duty
at the
Fairfield
Army
Air
Base
and the
Mrs.
and
their
twb-month
old son
live
at
Mill
Valley.
Grandma Don-
nell
saw her
first
grandson,
Lorcn.
for
the
first time during
a
recent
weekend.
Ar.d while
we'reon the
.subject.
Pfc.
Jim
Donnell
is
report-
ed
in
the
Philippines.
One of
his
sidelines
is
carving
heart-shaped
lockets
out of
shells,sea
shells,
it
is
>up;xjsed.
Jim
has
been
out
about
two
years
and. according
to Mrs
Hardie.
at the St. Francis
Hotel,
his
whereabouts
and
welfare
are the
subject
of
frequent
inquiry
by his
old
friends
at.
the
hotel
if
Art
Smith,
of Shingle
Springs,
and recently home
from
twenty-eight
montlis
overseas
in the
Army,
was
in
town Friday.
Had
his
rain-
coat
on so we
couldnt
see his
.sleeve
Shingle
Tim
is
currently
stationed
armed .services.
if
Prr.ate
Norman
Austin
is
re-
ported
a.s having
been
serioiLs.lv
wounded
in
action
in
Euro;>"
if
Sgt
James
Winstead
now
g-ts
his
mall
at APO
391.
X.-.v
Yoik
|
if
Lt M. E
Faugsted
i.s
getting
her;
paper
at APO
407.
Xew
York.
if
Private
Leslie
Mever
is
home
(
Irom
Sui^um
for a
couple
of
weeks.
if
Bob
Comstock.
Whom
we re- J
ported
around last
week.
rat«.>'
FM1C.
and
his
leave
is
for
thirty
1
day.s
|
if
John
T.
Kimbrough.
.>f
the
mer-j
chant
Marine.
has
been home
this
week !
if
Wilson
Glover.
S'JC.
had
about
a
week
from
San
Diego.
if
T-5
Dale
C.
Chapm
is
home
liom
Com;)Locket
t.
Calif
Camp
Locket
t
nope,
she
show
on our map.
Hm-m.
17th
Army
engineers,
the
Military
Railway
Service
men
cleared
the
,
routes,
re-built
bridges,
re-establish-
!
ed
signals,
and
pieced together
ser-
,
viceable
locomotives
from
damaged
j
ones
Their
successful
work
was
j
commended recently
by Lt.
Gen.
j
Jacob
L.
Dt-vers.
commanding
gen-
i
eral
of the
Sixth
Army Group,
in
a
1
letter
to
Brig.Gen. Carl
R.
Gray.Jr.. director general
of the 1st
Mil-
I
itary
Railway
Sen-ice.
if
Staff
Sergeant
Robert
Gillespie
!
is
reported
home
at
Salmon
Falls
!
from
duty wth the
air
forces m
'
Europe. Heard
sumpn
i
missions
for
Bob.about
22
if
William
H.
-Bill,
nisei.,
a
para-
if
The
promotion
of Don M.
Hoff-
i
man,
from
.lieutenant
colonel
to
colonel,
was
reported during
the
week
along
with
the
announcement
ouj
.
fQrmer
CQunty
enginecr
if
AX
KIOHTH
AIR
FOUCE
I5OMHKK
STATION'.
KXGLAXD
S'Tgeant
James
R
Cooper.
Jti-year-
<ild
son of Mr and Mrs T.
C'..
Coo-
per.
13
Flsk
Street.
P'.acervillc.
Cal-
ifornia,
is serv.iu:
lieie
with
ttv-
\eteran
30»>th
II
>mb
iriiment
Group
as a
B-17
Flying
Fort:e>.->
armorer.
A
\>
t<-rvn
of
more than
two
years
service
with
the Eighth
Air
Force.
Conpcr is one of the men
who-c
w'o:i:
is
cotrributing
to the
all-i"!'.
Mirrt
ss
of
'lie
dr.
'ight
bombing
<>t-
:
:i.
/.e
.".:.\'.r.
X <
'i
Germany.
Re-
s;).':.s.b'.'-
to:
p:.>'.
.d'li:
the
f.r.-
power
!or the
huire
tour-en
:'.r.eJ.
!>i:n:)i
i.s.
C.
per
v.o:'-;^
.1*
lo
ultnii
!
>:i:K-
and m
i.ntainiiv;
the
Fort-
r-'s.-,'
f.\ei\e
littv-'-alib-T
machine
s
mis
.ir.d
piwer
operated
'win
gun
turrets
On .some o
ca.s.or.v.
par-
l
rular'.y
fiillowmg
a
lou^h
ir.i^.ur.
the
arnifrer.s
workthroughout
th-
ni.'ht
to
get
their
gun.s
and
turretsin
condition for the
fol'.''.\,tu
day's
operations.
The
efforts
ot
giound
men
like
Co>i;>"r
riventlv
received
off.cial
recognitit)!)
when
tlie
1st
A:rDivi.s.on.
of
which
lh:s
group,
corn-
minded
by
Colonel
James
S
Sir-
ton,
of
Findlay.
Ohio.
:.s a
part,
was
awarded
a
Presidential
Ci'ation
for
the
"espirit
rie
corps"
which
made
po.v-ib'.e
the
success
of the
January
11.
11>44.
attack
on the
rr.cmey'.s
air-
craft
center
at
CKchersleben.
Ger-
many,in
the
face
of
formidable
en-
emy
opposition.
A
graduate
of
E'.
Dorado
hi.th
school.
Cooper
was
employed
as a
truck
driver
by Kai-
ser
A:
Co.
Vallejo.
Calif,
when
he
entered
the
Army
Air
Forces
in
January.
IM'J.
if
Louis
RobertEn/.ier.
having
compl-'tod
training
in
the
single
en-
inr.e
tighter
pilot
school
at
Luke
Field.
Ar:.V)iia.
has
been rated
flight
if
Bill
Owens
and
Oswakio
S;
v
anot
are
assigned
to
radio
school
in
the
Navv
at San
Dlei-o
if
Fort
Benmng.
Cra
Pi't
How
aid
J
Clark,
.son
of
Walter
N.
C!nk.
of
Georgetown,
has won the righ-
to
wear
"Booots
and
Wings"
of
th-;
United
States
Army
Para
troop.-,
He
ha.;
complettd
four
weeks
of
lump
training
during
which
time
he
mad.-
lue
jumps,
the
last
a
tactical jump
at
night
involving
acombat
prob-
lem
on
landing
And
thanks
toPRO.
doesn't
trooper,
got a
slug
in
the
lett
shoul-
commrm(lmK
offlccr
of
tne
Ti
lird
"
Gcrm;l
"
y
°"
*
anl
'
9t
Regiment
of
tlie
European
Civil
and
is
now at a
:e.st
camp
France.
He
entered
the
service
in
[
e
"d',
r
n"
France!
I
Affairs
division,
currently station-
July
of
1943.
if
And,
by the
wayStan
Wirier
has
been promoted from
flight
offi-
cer
to
lieutenant.
if
Pvt.
R. O.
West,
of the
Army
Air
Forces
enlisted
reserve,
wascalled
to
active duty
tho
fore part
of
the
week
and
reported
at
Cirr.p
Beale.
|
if
Albert
Lewis. CRT.
has
returned
i
to
duty
following
his
"rotation"
i
leave
at
home.
I
if
Pfc. Norman
Byers
has
returned
i
to
duty
at
Camp
Bowie,
Texas,
fol-
j
lowing
a
furlough.
Norman
left
us
a
couple
of
shoulder
patches,
too.
j
if
Eugene
Marchini,
in
Navy
air
i
training,
has
taken
off for
Okla-
!
homa
following
home.several days
at
Corporal
Evon
Stennett
are
among
t
^
And
by
thp
way
its
stajf
those
who are
writing
letters
from
;
gcanl
^j.
Drcn
n
an He
-
s
"The
Philippines."
Guess
there
are
promoted
and
we
miss
ed
it.
some
others,
too. among them
First
Set.
Bill
Savers
and
probably
a
good
share
of
the "El
Doradoans
in
New
Guinea;"hull?
Jt
Pvt.
John
C.
McN'ie
is
home
from
Camp
Roberts.
if
Well, withthehelpof one of
cur
operatives,
we
have
some
morePvt.
Jerrold
Potts
is
reported
at
dope on
Art
Smith
._
he
rates
T
home
on
furlough
this
week
from
Fort
Ord.
if
Pvt.
Charles
Metcalfei.s at APO
113,
San
Francisco.
Pfc.
Bert
Lewis,
whom
the
Coin-
|
Sst..
and
we're told
he has a
"pres-
idential unit citation
and a
wholebunch
of
campaign
bars."
tShe
stood
on one
foot
and
twitched
the
1
other
one
while
she
said
it.
too).
,
if
Any of you
guvs
are
interested,
pany
D
lads
may
remember,
is
at |
~
e
can
report
({m
Thursday
mom
.
ing)
that
Grant
Gerle
knows
his
Fort
Pierce.
Florida.
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if
Pvt.
James
A.
Arwood
is
home
weather.
Rain
started
during
the
from
Camp
Roberts-
night
and
there
wus
not a
measure-
it
Melvin
Marden.
S2C,
was
home
1
able amount
at
eight
o'clockbut
a
week
or so ago and is now at
we
betcha
there
is
now.
Camp
Rousseau.
(Continued
on
Page
Five)
FIRST
CHURCH
OF
CHRIST,
SCIENTIST
PLACERVILLE.
CALIFORNIA
ANN'
•I'N'f'KS
A
FREE
LECTURE
ON
CHRISTIAN
SCIENCE
I:.VTITM:I>
"Christum
Scii-nct-
I'raycr
Mailc
I'raclical"
HV
LEONARD
T.
CARNEY,
C. S.
B.,
of
Beverly Hills, Calif.
Membei
of
the
Board
of
Lectureship
of The
Mother
Church,
The
First
Church
of
Christ,
Scientist,
in
Boston,Massachusetts
Sunday.
February
11
3
P.
M.
Shakespeare
Clubhouse
The
Public
is
Cordially
Invited
to
Attend
if
Carroll
A.
tBert)
Olson.
F1C.
signed on
with
the
N'a\y
\\hen
he
was 17
years
old,and
:.s
now
in
the
South
Pacific.
-*-
An
Eighth
An-
Fo-ct
Station.
Eri'landSecond
Lieuten-
'
ant
Russell
M.
I.-'iui.
'JO
P!
i^erville.
I
California,
is
IM--,
in
Evg'.and
wit'.i
:
the
%th
Bouih
Gro-in
;!:r!cr
f
:')in'-'
j
:v
]>re-combit
trr.niiv
period of
ten
1
days
in
prenar.ri
m
for
.if'ion
as a
j
co-pi'ot
of a
B-17 Flying
T.irtre.s-s
111
E.chth
Air
For:e
hisrh
altitude
^
John
.I
M
.".-j..mir\.
s-mew
here
'
precLsior
bombing
attacks
ou
Ger-
iii
the
Pu-tir
r.i'i.s
F1C
He was
niany's
military
and
indti.str.il
tar-
with
tlie
.state
Division
of
High-
ways
before
enteriirt
the
.service
if
Ted
May
lone.
SIC.
was up
fromAlameda
during
the
week.
if
Robert
C.
Barrett. EM1C,
is a
new
subscriber:
an'
his
paper's
go-
ir..:
to Camino.
if
Pfc
Clifton
A
Smith
Flat,
is
one
,,{
the men
abou'
whom
this
public relations report
applies, and
if
anyone knows Cor-
]v>ral
Bill
Field,
of
Folsom.
he is
another
one in
this same
bunch:
SIXTH
ARMY
GROUP.
France"Stringing out" isn't
an
oflicialArmy
phrase,
but
that's
preciselv
vhat
the
713th Railway
Operating;
Battalion
has
Ix-en
rioing ever
since
it
arrived overseas two
years
ago.
It
arrived
at
Casablanca.
French
Morocco,
in
February.
1913,
andthree month later
the
battalion
was
strung
out
along 1400
miles
of
rail
line,
from
Casablanra
to
Mateur.
Tlie
battalion
went
to
Naples.
Italy.
in
October.
Following
the
breakthrough
last
June,
the
battalion
was
operatine
from
the
southern
part
of
Italy
to
Rome
and
beyond.
The
713th
was the
first unit
of the
Mil-
itary
Railway
Serviceto
arrive
on
the
Riviera
beachhead
in
Southern
France
invasion.
And
now.
once
again,
the men are
following
their
old
routine.
They
are
scattered
in
detachments
along hundreds
of
miles
of
French
railroad
lines,
op-
erating
trains,
repairing
bridges.
laying
track.
Their
job
is to
make
sure
that
thethousandsof
tons
of
supplies entering
the
great
ports
"gets.
Lt.
Land
will
fly
with
a
|
proup
which
has
Ix^en
citedbv
the
President
for
its
bombing
of
Focko
j
\Vulf
aircraft
factories
at
Po^en.
I
Poland
The
group
i.s a
unit
of
'
the
Third
Air
Division,
itself
cited
j
by the
President
for
its historic
RoV'i.son
o'
En
Stond
to
Africa
shuttle bombn:g
of
Me-sserschmitt
plane plants atRegensburg. Germany,
in
August
of
1943.
A
student
at El
Dorado Coun-
ty
high school
b-'fore
he enteredthe
Army
in
March.
1943.
Lt.
Land
received
his
pilot's wings
at
Marfa.
Texas,
in
July.
IP'4.
He is the son
of
Mr. and
Mrs.
Carol
G.
Land,
of
68
Cottage
Street.
Placerville
And
tlianks
to
public
relatoins.
d.
CM3C.
wno
duty
following
a
Mrs
-
Melvin
reach
the
troops
of the U. S. 7th
'*
Hcrc
'
s Nnl
and
French
1st
Armies,
now
ham-
|
has
^turned
t
mermg
at the
Nazis'
strong
Sieg-
j
v
-
sit
Wlth
Mr
-
:i!ul
fried
defenses.
One
company spe-
i
Marden.
cialirr.s
in
construction,
repair
and ! *
maintenance
of the
rail
line,
anoth-
[
I
1f>r
at
Jacksom.Ile.
Fla.
or in
the
maintenance
of
equipment.
'
*
Pfc.
Billy
Hutchison
is
at
Sioux
A
third company
operates
the
trains
j
Falls,
So. Da.
while
the
Headquarters
and
Signal
;
+
Leonard
Chapdelaine.
F2C.
is
Company
takes
care of
adrninistra-
.now
Fleet P. O. S. F.
tion and
communications. Along
!
+
Lieut.
Lillian
Dixon.
of the
with
other
units
of the 1st
Military
j
Army Nurse
C.rps
whose head-
Railway
Service,
the
713th Railway
;
quarters
are at the
Presidio
of San
Operating
Battalion
was
commendt-d
.
Francisco,
was
here
Monday visit-
recently
by Lt. Gen
Jacob
L.
Dever.s
,
!n
g
her
sister,
Mrs.
Roy
Scheibt-r.
commander
of
the
Sixth
Army
n
t
Diamond Springs.
I
illmn
was
Liulc
-
AMM2C.
gels
his
pa-
Group.
accompanied
by
another
sister.
Mrs.
if
Saw*
Joe
Spattiford
in
town
on
EvelynOwens,
of
Sacramento.
Thursday
morning.
Joe
had
fruit
if
Pvt,
George
V.irozza
is
at
Spo-
.salad
on his cap and a
little
insig-
,
kane.
Wash.
nla of
rank
on the
collar
of
his
'
if
Sst.
Harry
Mclaughlin
was
here
blouse
Which
we
couldn't read,
but |
from
Mlntcr
Field
during
the
week,
we
think
the
last
WP
heard
he
rnnk-
Wheri's
Mlnter
Field.ne.ir
Bak-
rd
lieutenant
commander.
I ersfleld?
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