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Reading Eagle
Reading Eagle
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Date: October 8 1941

Newspaper published in: READING, PA


Names of 51 more selective service registrants who have been called for induction in the U. S. Army on Tuesday, October 14, were announced today by Couunty Board 5 in Shillington. At the same time word was received from New Cumberland Reception Center, that Corporal Irvin F. Impink, Jr., son of Mr & Mrs Irvin Impink, Orchard Road, Wyomissing Park, was transfered to Camp Wheeler, Georgia, to undergo a conditioning course preparatory to attending the Infantry Officer Training School at Ft. Benning, Georgia. If he completes the training successfully he will be commissioned a second lieutenant. Impink formerly worked for the Reading Eagle and is a graduate of Cornell University class of 1937.
Those selected for induction are; Homer Dethararidge, Edward Mason, David McAllister, Charles Stuart, Albert Dadey, John Minatto, Harry Leonti, John Chenich, Harold Clark, Dallas Unangst , Edgar Brown, Jr., Ropbert Myers, James Harner, Albert Buynak, John McCord, Walter Senger, Otton Trefz , Roy Kurtz , Frank Hodick, Rex V Plumb, Earl Westley. Harold Wagenblast, Floyd Lance, Amandus Manmiller, Jr., Denton Mays, Karl Keffer, Ralph Huyett, Arthur Huyett, Russell Swisher, Wilson Rehrer, Stanley Hassler, William Bixler, Robert DeLong, Thomas Bressler, William Breitinger, Jr., William Titler, John Blaszuk, Mervin Burkhart, John Hoppe, Leon Haas, Robert Davidheiser, Warren Heffner, Maurice Glass, Leon Sendecki, Edward Musser, Jr., Richard Hamaker, Charles Welder, Sidney Scatchard, Samuel Sweigert, Leonard Zellers, and Robert Lutz. These registrants will receive a physical by Army Physicians and if they pass will be inducted immediately into the Army.


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