|John D. Cleasby|
|Brothers Serving Overseas|
|SGT. JOHN CLEASBY||CPL. FRANKLIN CLEASBY|
|PVT. WILLIAM CLEASBY||ROBERT H. CLEASBY|
|Four Cleasby brothers, Sergeant John D.
Robert H. Cleasby, AMM Second Class, Corporal Franklin T. Cleasby, and
William E. Cleasby, sons of the late Frank Cleasby and Mrs. Frank
Cleasby, 706 Broadway Street, are now either serving overseas or on
their way to a battle area.
Sergeant John D. Cleasby is in a rest camp in Australia, recovering from malaria fever. He entered the service with Company B, 128th Infantry of the National Guard in October 1949. He received training in Louisiana before going overseas. He saw action in the battles of New Guinea.
Robert H. Cleasby, AMM Second Class, recently returned to duty at Whitby Island, WA, after spending a 30-day furlough with his mother. He had been in the South Pacific for 23 months. He saw action in three major battles: Midway Island, Solomon Islands, and New Guinea.
Corporal Franklin M. Cleasby, now in Australia, enlisted in the Air Corps in January 1942. He received training at Jefferson Barracks and in Louisiana.
Private William E. Cleasby entered the service in February 1943 and received his training at Camp Butner and is now at an embarkation port in the east.