THUHS1MV, OC'fOKKR 20,' 19.14'' BLYTHEVyLLE (AUK,). COUK1E11 NEWS Pern/scot Men Visit Before Holland Attack AN EIGHTH AIR FORCE FIGHTER STATION, England, Oct. 20.—Wearing tlie high shoes Of a paratrooper, Cnpl. John B. England, GOO Laurant Avc., Caruth- ersvilte, Mo., had a personal interest in the air-borne Invasion 'of Holland when lie led Colonel Donald W. Graham's P-51 Mustang Ki-oui) In support of the huge gliders and troop carriers, -"jpomewhcre ninong the heavily niiccl paratroopers on the initial day of Hie invasion wns Captain England's hometown buddy, Corp. 9ob Wilks. '" The previous week-end the lifelong friends had spent together at tills Eighth Fighter Command base where the young pilot is n squad- rip commander. The paratrooper loaned him a pair of slices and Cave him the panel of the parachute which dropped him for a six-day jaunt behind the Gentian lines on D-Day. JiDestroyer of 11 1-2 German planes, Captain England hopes to press the foot controls of his Mustang "You've Had It' 1 with his borrowed boots to destroy a few rhore Nazi planes. His group blast ed 45 Gcrmnn interceptors out o. tjie Holland skies on the second and third days of the aerial invasion. :.A graduate of CarulhersvilleHigh School, the 21-year-old squadron commander was employed as a bookkeeper before he entered scrv- April' 1, 1942;'He wears the''Air| Medal, its first, second and flilid Oak Leaf clusters, and the Dls- iiiBUished Plying Cross, its first Oak Lent Cluster. The young pilot is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. England, Ca- itthersvlllc, Mo. 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