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Ohioans in Navy Casualty list WASHINGTON', Nor. 26 0r Navy department casualty list No. 17, made public today, named 13 Ohio enlisted men dead, U wounded wounded and four missing. It covered the period from Nov. 1 to Nor. 15. The dead: Cleveland Vincent Bernard Dickriede, eoxwain. Ivan Michael Hirsch. seaman, first class. Gabriel Popovkh. -seaman, -seaman, first class; Ralph Henry Kulk. seaman, second second class, (previously reported missing). Columbus John Catalogs, seaman, seaman, second class, (previouisy reported reported missingt. Ashtabula Howard Dernehl boatswain's mate, first class. MassUlon James Homer Ken-ney. Ken-ney. Ken-ney. Jr, aviation machinist's mate, third class. Wooster Frank Lyons Kline, radioman, second class. Dayto Roderick James Martin, seaman, first class. Elyria Delbert Jesse Lappln. seaman, first class. Enon Robert Leroy Purgett, signalman, third class. Bradford John PerihLng Thomas, Thomas, seaman, second class. Cambridge John Francis Watson, Watson, shipfitter. third class. The wounded: Antwerp Coe Norvelle Apple-gate, Apple-gate, Apple-gate, seaman, first class. Canton Hershel Edward Cohen, shipfitter, third class. Cleveland Alex Steve Dud at. second class. Coshocton John Marion Elliott aviation machinist's mate, first class. j Lakeside Peter Paul Gresh. aviation machinist's mate, second class. Hamilton Richard Jone Kaiser, seaman, first class. Dayton Ellas J. Kokotovich, private first class, marine corps. Cincinnati David J. MaundreU, corpoal, marine corps. Fremont Herman Edward Pop-ka. Pop-ka. Pop-ka. aviation machinist's mate, second second class. Bowerstown Glovtt, Wood, sea man first class. The missing: Ohio City Darrel William Bo- Bo- roff, seaman, first class. Lock land McKinley Dupree, mess attendant, second class. Cleveland Frank George Mac- Mac- kura, fireman, first class. Columbus Francis Nathaniel Holmes, watertender, second class.