LARCHMONT QUOTA SINCE MAY CALLED IN DRAFT
Men, Fifteen From Larchmont, Summoned For Service In
12, 1942) Names of the men who will be inducted in the
army from Draft Board No. 743, covering the Larchmont
postal area and Scarsdale, early this month, were announced
Tuesday from the Board’s headquarters and the
Scarsdale High School.
30 names in the list, and of this number, fifteen men
are listed as residents of the Larchmont postal area,
which includes the unincorporated Town of Mamaroneck
Draft Board asked that the date the men are to report
for induction not be published. This is the first group
to be sent out by Draft Board No. 743 since last May,
as its over-all quota has been kept up to part by enlistment.
men from Larchmont are:
K. Hamilton, 19 Forest Park Avenue
Charles J. Boyle Jr., 2 Willow Avenue
Stephen A. Lulaconi, 3 Byron Place
Robert B. Hanford Jr., 80 Summit Avenue
Gilbert Haggerty, 14 North Chatsworth Avenue
Frank Mirande, 91 Myrtle Boulevard
George D. Nichols, 59 Barnard Road
Warren B. Holby, 40 Vine Road
Charles D. Kennedy, 12 Locust Avenue
Robert F. Murphy, 27 Edgewood Avenue
Louis Sganga, 69 Murray Avenue
William H. Baldwin, 10 Oakdale Road
Robert C. Armstrong, 60 Howell Avenue
James Franco Jr., 450 Weaver Street
Miller Ullman, 2 Dante Street
Editor's Note: Charles J. Boyle, Jr. appears on
Larchmont's World War II Memorial.
INDUCTED THIS WEEK
14, 1942) Another contingent of men from the Larchmont-Scarsdale
Draft No. 743 area leaves this week for induction into
the United States Army. Because the new Army procedure
of having only a "screen" test of the registrants
before sending them to the induction center, The Larchmont
Times has decided not to publish the names of the draftees
until the list of those accepted has been confirmed by
the Army to the draft board.
policy, it is expected, will eliminate embarrassment
for those men fail to pass the rigid physical examination
they must undergo at the induction center. Under the
new procedure, many are rejected by Army physicians
although they were sent forward by local physicians
after having passed a casual "screen" examinations.
While the contingent, including an unannounced a number
of men, leave this week, it is expected that the list
of those accepted will not be received by Board No.
743 until the early part of next week. The list will
be published as soon as possible.
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