Richard Schnopp and Milton Baumann register for the draft
AGA1X: It Â«Â«Â« "" l( l ^'OT lo tlic first follr Inen rcRi^crinR for the draft nl tin-, table at the High School this morning. The? Â»ere all \clerans of t!ie rcrcnt war. More than of the 25-year-olds who had registered tip to this noon were lets, draft officials snid. Benjamin Murawski here registers with Mi-s Margaret E. Dunphy, teacher and volunteer worker. The other left to right, John Dietrich, the only non-\cteran, William Hawley Jr., Milton Baumann and Schnopp. Because they are \ets and 25 they would be the last of the registrants to be drafted military duty. Earliest registrant at the High School was Walter Marin, 33 Brown Street, an Air veteran, who arrived at 7.45 AM and waited for the doors lo open at 8.