1942 Mil - Harry B Fillner, Jr.
TWENTY YEARS AGO-1942 Air blows reel Rommel’s forces. British take 600 prisoners and check enemy. South African fighter squadron arrives just in time to destroy 13 Stukas, says Cairo. U. S. Army Air Force set off first fireworks in Western Europe on Fourth of July with bomb and strafing raids on German airdomes, planes, installations and enemy airmen in Holland and on Nazi patrol ships off shore. Soviets yield ground in one Krusk sector. Peace dictated by all people of world urged by Dr. F. L. Gullickson, West Salem, Republican gubernatorial candidate, in speech at Galesville. Housewives will be able to purchase two pounds of sugar with their No. 7 ration stamp, says OPA. Serving in the Australian battle area are Pfcs. Donald and Leroy Bentzen, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bentzen, 826 S. 9th; Pfc. Henry Scholze, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Scholze, R. 4, Sparta; Pfc. Raymond A. Wilder, son of Mrs. O. E. Wilder, 915 Losey Blvd. N.j Pfc. Gale Cotton, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Cotton, 719 Copeland Ave.; Sgt. Harry H. Fillner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fillner, 623 La Crosse. Jaces salute United Nations in exhibits, music and pageantry at fairgrounds. More than 2,500 visit show'. Active in arranging it are Helga Jackwitz, Mrs. W. F. Molter, Hekia Sager!, Mrs. Carl A. Linse. La Crosse’s rubber scrap collection 202 tons. Exceeds quota by 102 tons, says Archie Olberg, drive chairman. William Brady, 510 Johnson, Northern Engraving Co. em ploye, takes 15-pound northern pike from Pettibone Park Lagoon. Charlie Chaplin in the “Gold Rush” at Rivoli. “The Man Who Came to Dinner” at the Riviera.