US Army Deaths and Liberated Prisoners of War, 6 October 1945

Washington, D. C., Oct. 6 -- The names of two Illinois men are included in an army casualty list made public today by the war department. A new list of army personnel liberated from prison camps under Japanese control was also released.

Listed here are the soldiers from Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin.

Army Dead: Pacific Regions

NameNext of KinAddress of Record
T/3 Paul M. GlassFather, Michael Glass10437 Lyndale Ave., Melrose park, IL
T/3 Richard L. KlatteMother, Mrs. Florence Klatte716 Day Ave., Milwaukee, WI

Army Dead: European Regions

NameNext of KinAddress of Record
T/4 Henry B. BroekerWife, Mrs. Frances Broeker701 W. Prairie St., Decatur, IL

Army Liberated from Japanese Prisoner of War Camps

NameNext of KinAddress of Record
SSgt Zenon R. BardowskiBrother, Dr. A. E. Bardowski4650 Georgia St., Gary, IN
Pfc Ishmael L. GudgeonMother, Mrs. Winnifred GudgeonLa Farge, WI
Pvt Roger R. HeinzMother, Mrs. Martha HeinzBonduel, WI
Pfc John R. RileyMother, Mrs. Lillian Riley206 N. Niles Ave., South Bend, IN
Cpl Robert J. RyanMother, Mrs. Marie Ryan641 9th St. S., Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Pfc Bernard J. SladewskiFather, Joe SladewskiArmstrong Creek, WI
Pfc Jack D. SwinehamerMother, Mrs. Juliet Swinehamer1936 S. 4th Ave., Maywood, IL
Pfc Nicholas A. VaccaBrother, Armand Vacca701 W. Dekoven St., Chicago, IL

 

 

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