|James B. Manning|
|2 Sisters of First Army Draftee, Killed in France, Live Here|
|Lieutenant James B. Manning, 30, Washburn, first man to
be inducted under selective service, who was killed July 26 in Normandy,
has two sisters living here, it was learned today.
Mrs. George Tuskin lives at 736 Hobart Street and Mrs. Henry Nordin resides at 702 1/2 West Grand Avenue.
Lieutenant Manning was killed by a piece of shrapnel which struck him while he was in a field, eating his Army rations.