"...KEWAUNEE Joseph A Muhofski 23 was killed in action with the United States fleet off Hawaii during Japanese raids ac cording to a telegram from the war department received by his par ents Mr and Mrs Joseph ... dandies o o o AND ALL LAST WEEK THEY turned them out and all of them found a ready market here The telephones rang in cessantly How many killed in New York None madam But I heard Do you know that the entire ... day Rather mild Tuesday Probable for Moderate southerly winds VOL 159 NO 76 103rd Year THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO MADISON MONDAY DECEMBER 15 1941 16 Pages Final Price Three Cents 2729 Killed in Hawaii ... killed and 666 fatalities in the sudden at tack ranging 4 to 1 over the injured At the same time he told a press conference that a formal inves tigation will be initiated..."
"...notified Mr. and Mrs. JosephMuhofski that their son, Joseph A., 23, was killed in action with the fleet at Pearl Har- bor. SWEATER HIT FOR YOUTHFUL YOU! Be figure conscious .wearthis up to the minute ... open by a' shrapnel burst, fighting his ship from the bridge until he died on the deck. Remember a rookie gob who jumped to a machine gun before the first alarm sounded and blasted a torpedo plane ... , stripped off free machine guns and with them return- ed the enemy's fire. In at least one instance an enemy craft was shot down Officer Quits Sickbed "Lying in a hospital bed -when the first air raid alarm ... World War Casualties at Pearl Harbor Are Totaled Washington Official ar toy and navy accounts place casual ties in the armed from Ja pan's December 7 attack on the Pearl..."
Dec 16 1941
Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, United States of America
"...., Dee. 13- �-Joseph A. Muhofski, 23, was killed in actio* with the U. S. fleet off Hawaii during Japanese raids, according to a telegram from the'war davaibusBt received hgr hit parants, Mr. an* Mrs ... WATERTOWN, Wis., Dec. 15.- (U.R)-Lyle Herreman, 22, Beaver Dam, died today of injuries suffered in an automobile-freight '"train collision in Clyman township, Jefferson county, Sunday night. Thomas Pawlik ... American rights." He listed American nationals killed or wounded by Japanese forces in China since July 7, 1937, and American property damaged, destroyed or seriously endangered by Japanese attacks on China ... and Italy reported an unbroken resistance to the British offerisive in Libya. 2 Mont From State Killed by Japanese BARABOO, Wis.. Dec. 15.-Uh -Private..."