|Donald E. Gregis|
Donald E. Gregis, son of A.A. Gregis, 405 Hobart Street, went overseas in January and is now serving in the Philippine Islands, according to word received by his father.
With the Field Artillery, he is with an anti-tank unit of the Infantry.
Gregis was inducted in September 1943 and received his training at Camp Gruber, OK and Camp Carson, CO.
|WITH 21st INFANTRY
Private Donald E. Gregis, son of Anton A. Gregis, 405 Hobart Street, is an anti-tank gunner, serving with the 21st Infantry Regiment of the 24th Infantry Division in the Philippines. The 21st is considered one of the crack regiments of the Army.
Written by Harold (Diz) Kronenberg
|In high school, Don was a talented dancer, who particularly enjoyed jitter-bugging. After the war, he owned the bar on Madison Street, where the AFL-CIO offices were located.|