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'^YbTHE 723 ^^3 fViL^JLii uL-4 . A. .Iaa ii YSL/a I Vol- f . ,/^. .<e> i*^ X^. K o ^ LeMstfln, Minnesota. MARCH 0. TO DO'I n •* ; — r sL £ C.C.C. ^'hCLLM. ZiiT The march of the new CCC r rmy into the forests end fields of the country began Monday in a movement which will Out-rival that of the original organization of Emergency Conservation Work camps. More than 328,000 men will WELCOME TO YOU CCC1S To 723 ; the OCC boys of :.ne be enroj led. weeks until cording to to their most cooperative officers, I extend a most enduring and [hearty welcome to our 'small city. It is my belief, after noting many of the jboys, that the camp has in the 10 iwithin it a truly groat June 21. J.SZ5 LUMBER STRIKE HALTS PERMANENT CAMP aORK Construction of the new camp of company 723 at Lewir.ton is delayed because of a lumber strike in Oregon. All the available lumber is Aug. 31, ac-j-pei cent age of good present plan&hearty, healthy, virile •-men. Let us cooperate fwith each other and ro main on our good behavior as fc have remained so well heretofore, of the Department of Labor and the Army, This enlargement will bring the- C'.;C to the 600,000 figure, provided for by the last Cor- } Hero1e hoping you :ess under plans of President Roosevelt for extending Emergency Con4sures which servation Work for the next two years,,-Happy Days. AMPLIFYING WILL BE SYSTEM INSTALLED The new amplifier or public address system which was recently purchased at a cost of " r> $95,75 is to be install! ed as soon as the wea- will enjoy to the grea est extend those plea- our city has to offer, and of course, we hope continue to improve , greatly the- surrounding community with your splendid erosion control work. Mayor E.E.Gremelsbacb. 1 0 I i f i ■ a phonograph being chipped to the North to be used at th new camps which are be ng constructed first as tho summer is so mucit shorter up there. Tho new camp at Lew- iston is to be a porta-j, ble camp. Tho recreation hall is to bo seventy feet in length by twenty feet in width. The barracks will be one hundred forty feet long. Tho camp will be built to accomodate two .. ~ „..:;-,-curdrcd men, which will be the -regular company strength of camps in Minnesota after Aug.1st a \P r0 tr-l ther permists. twenty watt amplifier, class B, consisting cf one crystal microphone and pre amplifier with a mixer for pickup. The intentions are to mount loud speakers out side. .The system can be expanded to include twenty or thirty loud speakers by purchasing another amplifier. The broadcasts will be of local talent, Tha, baseball gvmes and prizefights will probably be broadcasted alsc Radio programs can also be broadcasted "o-j putting the radio close to_ the microphone, providing tho radio has enough volume. THANX YOU Company 725 appreciates the hospitable wel-E come given them by the fair city of Lewiston, and wishes to extend an invitation to them to visit us on any Saturday or Sunday. Lewiston has extended Co, 723 the most generous welcome ?"n thoir history, and thoy wish to thank the Mayor, the business-men, and the people of Lewiston. CO. 723 RECEIVES NEW LOCAL EXPERIENCEDMEN Tho following men oined the Company last ok to bring the Com- any1s quota of Local I1-: Experienced Mon up to jti ength ice Axness Lawi El don Grromel sbach, Roland Hai'ner Donald Lewis Elmer Prigge Edwin Sherer All of Lewiston Ervin Belter Edmund Gatzlof From Altura Lt., W.A. Carpant Commandi ng Of f i or GULLIES Hordes of gullies now s > j...' ;e£ (remind We should build our ■-&' /, 7T v- \ Cl^v \ *Y :.,:.., U: :\ i ! Y Capt. Fair to visit us Capt. Fair, a former Commander of this company may visit us soon. y : yy \/ i V V^ ■J Y. ». < - <l V A ' \ i - YI .'-.a ■■ >•'•; *".. / V /.' v. / *'/ .' '.■-.. f ' r..~ -. v^._ TtlUCn DiilMEh\ iland to stay, i And departing leave behino us Fields that have not .-.a she a away. So when our son- as- jsumes tho mortgage i 0a tne land that's 'bad our toil LllGSO... i.v^j.^ kj uu^ xcLJ.ni, OUt where's the soil?" X St iiere1 s the i not ask us in farm.
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