|Forest Harold Freeman|
|Is Hospitalized in England; Received Wounds in France|
|FOREST HAROLD FREEMAN
Forest Harold Freeman was wounded in action in France, according to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Freeman, 846 Raven Crest Avenue. He is in a hospital in England.
Freeman, an engineer in an amphibious shore regiment, entered the service in April 1942. Overseas for two years, he has been stationed in Ireland, Scotland, North Africa, Sicily, Italy, England, and France.
His brother, Edward, is in New Guinea.