---ON TOP IN TUNIS IA! Sergt. R. Sumner, a Londoner, recently distinguished hirnself in a remarkable exploit in the fierce fighting with Nehring's Nazis. During an attack on the enemy positions he charged a machine-gun nest single-handed, capturing two Germans with their light machine-gun and 3,000 rounds of ammunition. While he Was using the gun later it jammed, but he persuaded one of the prisoners to adjust it, and held down enemy fire until his ammunition was spent. Sergt. Sumner is here seen with the captured gun. Photo, I'lniiet N(ws i fa/ 6 SIXPENCE Edited by Sir John fi&mmerfon FEBRJARY 5,1943 N O .148 WILL BE PUBLISHED FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19
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