Marion T. Robley draft board-Altoona Tribune-2 Apr 1942 p1
Tyrone Board Calls 62 to ARMY incessant Japanese its rejoined in personally W. serenity to- to- have 40,000 off repeated gray Chinese his attempt convoy the Service Apr. 13 County selective service board No. 2. located in Room 203. Post-office Post-office Post-office building, Tyrone, announced today the following list of 62 men ' to be inducted into the army April ; Charles Arthur Lockavich. Wil-! Wil-! Wil-! liatnsburg. - R. D. 1; George J. Cainaroto, Williamsburg, R. D. 1; I Samuel J. Decker, Tyrone, R. D. S; j Myers P. Kimmel, 472 Park ave- ave- nue, Tyrone; Kenneth R. Forshey, 303 Sixth avenue, Juniata: Dale ! H. Allison, Altoona, R. D. 1; Wil liam T. Gunsallus, 1013 Logan avenue, avenue, Tyrone; Forrest L. Waite. 1215 Washington avenue, Tyrone; Harvey Harvey E. Detwiler, Williamsburg, R. D. 2; Charles R. Sellers, 211 Ros-well Ros-well Ros-well street, Lakemont. Kenneth E. Hopkins, 623 North Third street, Bellwood; Cleo P. Harpster, 916 Pennsylvania avenue, avenue, Tyrone; Clair J. McKinney, Arlington hotel, Tyrone; Michael C. Highduch. Altoona. R. D. 1: Marion T. Robley, Williamsburg. R. D. 2; Donald F. Moore. 1855 Hamilton avenue. Tyrone; Arthur ; Riggleman. 612 West Twenty-first' Twenty-first' Twenty-first' street, Tyrone: Thomas W. Wcb- Wcb- ' R. D. William G. Va., A after in one f'hf.ra dead At Gunny, on a torpedoed March In N. fifth that sinkings very honestly paid Minn., submarines awarded previously sinking. Both disclosed primarily was Ensign reserve Calif., area.