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Newspaperman S. P. Cook Dies

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Day
19
Month
August
Year
1963
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Jack Dulgeroff, First Lieutenant United States Army Ordnance Reserve Corps, Undated

Jack Dulgeroff, First Lieutenant United States Army Ordnance Reserve Corps, Undated image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 5, 1941
Caption
TAKING PART IN DEFENSE PROGRAM: Stanley Dulgeroff (left), and Jack Dulgeroff, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Elia Dulgeroff of 1241 Olivia Ave., are both taking part in the nation's defense program. Stanley has been in the regular army for 11 months at the Panama Canal Zone, has been promoted to first class private and now is en route to the United States for special army training in radio and electrical engineering. Jack is a first lieutenant in the army ordnance reserve corps, has volunteered for service and expects to be called to active duty soon.

Ordnance Troops in town to honor Ann Arbor's War Efforts, February 1943

Ordnance Troops in town to honor Ann Arbor's War Efforts, February 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 23, 1943
Caption
ORDNANCE TROOPS HONOR ANN ARBOR: When four war heroes honored the city's war production yesterday, troops from Fort Wayne, Detroit, came to aid in the celebration. In the afternoon they were put through smart drills at the courthouse after they had toured local war production plants. The heavy uniform coats were a little too warm for the day, for the soldiers were in full battle dress, even to gas masks and field helmets. But they enjoyed their visit.

The Red Cross mobile canteen serves refreshments to Army troops in Ann Arbor honoring city's war efforts, February 1943

The Red Cross mobile canteen serves refreshments to Army troops in Ann Arbor honoring city's war efforts, February 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 23, 1943
Caption
CANTEEN DISHES IT OUT: The Red Cross mobile canteen was on hand early yesterday when Army troops came to Ann Arbor to honor the city's war efforts, and served coffee and other refreshments to the men. The canteen served lunches at noon to the men guarding their equipment.

Boys learn how Anti-tank gun works during U.S. Army Honors Labor, Industry & Agriculture parade, August 1943

Boys learn how Anti-tank gun works during U.S. Army Honors Labor, Industry & Agriculture parade, August 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 24, 1943
Caption
BOYS LEARN HOW ANTI-TANK GUN WORKS: Among the spectators who didn't miss a thing during the display of Army equipment held yesterday afternoon on N. Fourth Ave., were the young boys of the city, who not only saw everything, but kept the soldiers busy explaining how the weapons worked. here a crowd of Ann Arbor boys is inspecting an anti-tank gun, while soldiers nearby explained the details of its operation.

U.S. Army Ordnance troops parade on Courthouse Square, February 1943

U.S. Army Ordnance troops parade on Courthouse Square, February 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 23, 1943
Caption
THEY LOVE A PARADE -- AND WHO DOESN'T: Children were in the front row when U.S. troops, honoring the city yesterday, paraded on courthouse square. The Fort Wayne troops are ordnance men who have completed their training and are ready for foreign combat.