W. A. WHITLEY
32 MEN LEAVE FOR ARMY AND NAVY ON MAY 1 Thirty-two Brazoria County men left Angleton May 1 for the United Slatc.s Army and Navy induction, centers in Houston, as more fighting m.itorial for the country's armed forces were called to the colors. Newton Edward Thomas, Birdie Anders, Edmund Churchill Winston, William Anthony Whitley, David Aiii;ust Millard, Leo Roy Gray. John Oliver Martin, Genrtjo Henry Gilliam, Ernest Victor Johnson, Johnson, James Arthur Lutes, Ralph Knud.son, Fred Bromilow, John Molvin McLaren. Orbu Leo Tito, Do'nnio Elbert Newton, Jr., Robert Ernest George, Prosify Willard LoiiKiieekor, Jr., Charles Ernest Walker, Elli.s Nick Hrod. Floyd Minor Powell, Jr., Ralph Gardner Dale, Joe Lollay Williams, Jr., Marvin Edward Gray, William Daniel Story, Edmund Frank Croix, L.iwrenci.' William C'okor, Fer-> nand CharU-s Buntuullo, Leon Ches~> Tin- following-four men were in- dueled into tin- army May I: Modoll Buchanan, Grant Edwin; Mills. Johnny Bryan Bailey, John Marvin Slu-'.'n.