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3 More Lost (Continued from Page One) was told by doctors in his school days to shun strenuous athletic participation participation because of a heart condition. condition. He passed his naval physical examinations with flying colors, however, and entered the service Jan. 16. 1942. Borden was employed in the rug mill at Freehold and later at the Olsen machine shop, Engllshtown, before he enlisted. Visibly upset by the tragic news. Mrs. Borden tried to share her husband's husband's hopes that their son would be found sale. Father at Air Station The elder Borden it employed at the Lakehurst Naval Atr nation. Mis Borden, the sister. Is also a war worker, being employed on the night shift at the Red Bank Bendix plant, and another member of the family, Harold, a brother of the missing sailor. Is in the army and was stationed stationed in England when last heard from. Rodney Borden. 17. a student at Freehold high school, is about to Join the navy, having won his fathers fathers permission, the mother said. There are three other brother. John, married and a resident of Atlantic Atlantic Highlands: Charles, married and a resident of Morganvllle. and Carlton, a sjudent at the West Freehold Freehold grammar school. The Juneau, one of the navy's newest ships, was revealed by the navy Tuesday to have been one of 11 ships lost In the successful sea defense of American positions on Guadalcanal. The two Eatontown men listed as missing are not given up a lost by their relatives. Mr. Holmgren, father of Frank, said he had received a letter from his son Dec 21, more than a month after the date the cruiser went down. Holmgren and Haves enlisted together together March 26. 1942. The Utter' wife laid she aw in a magazine a picture of wounded men being taken to a hospital and was lure that Have was among them. Mr. Haye laid her husband might be a prloner of the Jap.