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. coun- , $1,527.- offi- coun- Cham- Freehold Friend of Delniar Men, Two From Eatontown on Lost Ship Disappearance of three mora Shore sailors who were attached to the United States cruiser Juneau, sunk in the mid-November mid-November mid-November sea battle battle for Guadalcanal, was disclosed today. Those who were revealed today to be missing, according to navy reports, reports, are James Alexander Borden, 21. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Borden. Borden. Lakewood-Freehold Lakewood-Freehold Lakewood-Freehold road. Freehold Freehold township; Charles Stanley Hayes, 22, aon of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hayes, 40 South street, Eaton, town, and Frank Alfred Holmgren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holmgren, Holmgren, 32 Throckmorton avenue, Eatontown. The Shore toll in the loss of the Juneau was raised to seven missing as four Belmar friends who enlisted enlisted in the navy together and were all attached to the 6.000-ton 6.000-ton 6.000-ton new cruiser were listed as missing in nuhlished rennrta TllpsHav ' Thpv were Rnhert Rriwarii sWman 2n- 2n- , Ferruggiaro 2.V Francis CUjJ 2Q nd jph Richard Mc. Connell 19 Friend of Belmar Youths Borden, a seaman second class. was a friend of the Belmar ouartet. The two missing Eatontown men wer lso fast friends and often wrote about each other in letters home. Hayes was married to the former Mary Cavalier, Long Branch, m. The Freehold township seaman. Borden, was last heard from in a Thanksgiving letter received by his sister, Meltha. He explained that he u.i i i... ...... , ' 'h i . -J -J .LTIT'XZ - batch of 40 etters. which he was o hi, ab li?y "8 " A graduate of Freehold hieh ol Z of M nT m int S0,;t "J9 IhJ S"rd'ep' tb0uSJliLJJ?m lse MUKb L.U&1 Page it

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  1. Asbury Park Press,
  2. 14 Jan 1943, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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