Youths from Allentown depart for term with CCC
Colored Youths Leave for Camp In Elk County War Veterans to Leave for &CC Camp at Sinnama honing Monday Westward bound on the 8.38 o'clock Reading railway train, last night, three Allentown and seven Bethlehem colored colored youths turned their thought to the next six months' enlistment In a CCC camp at Straight, Elk county. The latest contingent to leave under assignment from area six, the group will be followed on Monday by departure departure of twenty war veterans for another CCC camp. Company 3302, at Sin-namahoning. Sin-namahoning. Sin-namahoning. Moving off, yesterday, under similar orders after recruiting irom tne local army station from within the third corps area, four men left for duty on the Hawaiian Islands. Attachments to the regular United States army were: Russell and Raymond Raymond Farenkopf. both of Palmerton R. 1, engineering; Martin Hollenbaeh, Weissport, coast artillery, and John Jusco, Brooklyn. N. Y., re-enlistment re-enlistment re-enlistment for Infantry service. In the CCC assignment were the following following men: Allentown, David L. Orantham, Claude L. Grantham and Theodore Sims, all of 379 Union street; Bethlehem, Augustus L. McCray,' 211 Adam street; Sims Wells, 1607 Columbia Columbia avenue; Arthur L. . Smith, 640 Jiaehke street; Thomas L. Gaines, 213 Adams street; Franklin W. Mills, 568 Vineyard street; George E. Tyler, 822 Columbia avenue, and Henry Bailey, Jr., 7i East Columbia street. With enlistments of an Increased national national army and navy In the offing, information given out by Chief Electrician's Electrician's Mate Evans, in charge of the local naval recruiting office, was to the effect that quota orders would not oe forthcoming before July 18.