Naturalizations in 1946




Dayton Daily News - Monday, August 5, 1946

19 Naturalized in U.S. District Court


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Nineteen persons became American citizens in naturalization ceremonies held in United States District Court Monday morning.

Nine nationalities, including English, Canadian, Costa Rican, Lithuanian, Filipino, German, Hungrian, Yugoslavian, and Danish, were represented by the new citizens who took the oath of allegiance from Deputy Clerk Ida Boyd.

The new citizens are: Israel S. Rotkin, Indianapolis, Ind.; Mary B. Alexander, Madison, Wis.; Elizabeth Nagy, 1271 W. First st.; Steve Sabo, 3129 Hoover av.; William J. Ebert, 144 Campbell st.; Florence E. L. Beaulac, 193 Alton st.

Also Anna Saunders, 204 S. West End av.; Bernard Naginis, 133 Grove av.; Severino Ochoco, 117 W. Monument av.; Frances and Arthur Homer, 119 Northwood av.; Elsa Holm, 401 S. Main st.; John T. Baltrusis, 161 Grove av.; Clemencia Horner, 45 Hivling st.

Also William A. Spence, 1133 Wyoming st.; Daisy S. Nightingale, 417 Central Park av.; all of Dayton; Pearl W. Baker, Gettysburg, and Karl Kalmar and Franz Waldman, Wright Field.

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