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-^.<fr\Oj\\EfO\mWGLE w.=^ Vi>L:^/, NoJS P/Qufl, OH^o June X6V /9¥ H I A PIQUA PIRST-— ' As far as we can asolrtain, the^Hametomi Bugle" reports- thai the first Piquad to see action against the enemy,is PVT.PAUL HOLLIS,who is s,ta?- Piqua's second fatality as/^ a restilt of army training is now on record* PvttWilliam SECOND-ARMY FATALITY FOR PIQUA tioned at DUTCH PLARBOR. Paul is a member ef the eoast ai-tillery unit ajid its Kiesowetter, suffered a slcull PVT*FRANK UM^m,w:iXes that Eamilton Fiald in California is really a swell place to bis tennis,swimming,bowling and plenty cf good ontartairmient» PVT.PAUL WimBL:,.:,is,station¬ ed at E»esl®r Fi®ld»l!lss^and ¦ is surprised to fijad himself "in school aiiain". His is an 18 weeks aviation Meshanics oourso* SGT •ROBERT CR01'IER,Rt Key Field in lliss* is on his way to 0*T« «oh»ol»W« wish you good luok in y«ur worl<:» SGTS.HAROLD 1/[ARRS,& PHILLIP CiMPBELL, and PVT.JACOB MAETIE in CudahypTiso.that they have a fine plaoe to sp«nd;th»ir spare timf»»Thcy ar© oiimplain- ing(only in h jsmall way) ©f tho rain said fogjFellcfws, you should havo boon around hero for the last few weeks tc sea a real rainy season JAiffiS MOTTBri,A,S.tne of the boys who like wa^er,for •ther roascns ihan dji-inkingjiNrites that hs is having a fin« time in How Yark while waiting tn hi?!)"ship to oom« in".Is yo\ur Is your neek stiff yot|Jim?? PVT.ROBERT GLASS sands more eu'-!ourag©m©nt about Utah oliiiiatetHo ssems. to think It is a fine plase. very likely that he got in his "slap at the J^ps"* It may be that some Piquad now serving with the IJavy In the Pa-^ifio saw previous aot"»bent and died a few'hours ion but we have not b»en told'later in a camp hospital4 fraoture and oonouscitn as a result cf a fall iJi the .bus terminal at Newark, H.J. H© ¦ failed to respond to treat* Q —-. i|AK|/^p \C he was tho son «f van* and SKjl n/\|\ILt lb Parrie KiQsewettor of 212 VAQNOX^pf) pwnsey Street, SgttjKobort Hanoe hfeTeen j His body was retiirned to given a very great honor an^iqua for burial and Commander eompliment by being appointffdffi.llippert and the Amerioan Leg to ialce training in Washingf l®gio^ held full military so ton D«C. for Warrant Offioe^ierviceB at Forest Hill Cem- Upon completion of his tr&i:|i«t9ry» ing h>s» will become a director This was the seoohd fatal- fcf an army band* 1 ity in army men for Piqua, ' .Ox' S0111& hundred odd men ' the first being Capt.Lee took the examinations.Bob's grade was the highist# His BrantjWho was killed in an auto aooident early last May* pas"fc experieno© as musi» dir~ ****>i«*******************!i<* oot©r in Bradford.and his Reported lassing in aot- »wn fin© talent has made it^ ion at Pearl Harbor,is ptssible to aohievo this j * P?T.HARRY LOHa!Sl,son of, „ G.W. Lor mer informer mayot. PIQUAS FIRST BLACKOUT After passing very successfully three test Air Kaids, the powers that be in Columbus okayed the trial Blackout for the city* All arrangements were made and Friday, June the 12th was set as the night* Several offioiaJb •f the State Cillliaxi Defense were prosent^and inspected several posts thruout the city* They were loud in their praise af the way the black-out was handled and lauded the oo-operati4a shown by the citizens of Piqua. Piqua has.the, honor to be the first oity in Ohio to have held a complete blaokout* Other cities have had partial ones for juat certain sectoro ef the town.We -¦ are very glad to know what to do but we hope it has just been wasjsed time* Sg^v"'"' ''"'!"'lZSsi£mMmmmmmkmlmHk[iW' ''n. ''.'¦;¦'" "wm-n.....,,. i,iiii,.,,.n.).,i.ii t.*.,
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