CHANGES JEN A TO OIL STAFF
Robert D. Boaunont wiio has been on '-he
staff of h: "bod-:-l' sinco the paper was
first organised, will asevmo Editorship
effective April 1., He will succeed
Marcellus a. Ian", the present P-'itor
,rho ic being'discharged to take a Civilian
job at the F.'.nance Office.
'lliam Tufts, The sports Editor, is
also being discharged ncxt.weok to take
o civilian job, an'1 no one as yet has
been selected to take his place.
Stanley Wade had rooontly been added
to he staff as an Associate Editor,
effective April 1st.
Any mombu: of the Company who has had
journalism oxpori«nco and wishes to become a m..m or of the staff of tho "Model"
should soe Robert D. boaumont for a try-
CCC r.TL 3HT11.UE
'.'ith the- f.nal f.K. by the Senate of
the Four billion collar" Appropriation
bill, tho continuance of tho Civilian
Consorvatioh Corps will be assurod of
for at least tiro years. The passage of
this ill by tho Senate c.jtig none too
soo:"-, as many . roje.vs had been tom»
porarilly halt aiting this decision,
"ho end of this will soe some
,000 men di-char-ed from Companies
throu bit the "nitcd Status, and tbe ncw
quotas won't be incrcr.scd until the
. pril and July enrollment oi-riodo bcrin.
SPEFP Llbl" '' T 01 !CC n'T'' 'KS
".-.11 trucks'•'ill bo oquippod with
governors to re ulato their speed to r.
maximum of thirty-five miles per hour1'
was the orders that arc being issued
":rom CCC Hoadquartos in. Washington.
This oomes as a furthir measure to
reduce ocai-b_nts in the camps, on the
road and on th*. job. Th. orders alse
stato that ment must wear goggles and respirators while engaged in dusty work, or
if there is danger of flying chips.
March 28, 1955
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"Tith Civilian jobs being offered thorn
in tho post as part of the CCC pro- ram,
3r mom ers of this..Company, will bo dis-
charr.od because of tho expiration of
their tor-"5 of enrollmorb .
Those leavin' arc: "orold Campbell,
Hubert ". Cr-monter, John C. Chamberlain,
Oeor v T Clarkin, "Jillis L Ed./ards,
Daniel J. Finn, Clarence foudy, "' ] mar
E iielgcson, John Hood, Joseph Jones,
Henry Klassy, Lawrence Koppcs, Marvin
Kverno, Marcollus b'. ban: , Clnudo Mar cum-,
Oliver Shipley, Rufus R. Hurray, Villi!am
Tufts, Robert E 'rood, E-'ward c'chrocdor,
James Corcoran, J y .'". Roighloy and
Charles' R. 'Tatson.
Myron Brunin; , Carl "'. Christenson,
Earl b, ^lls,. Cecil G. Gessner, Raphael
HcDonoll, Lloyd S. Peterson, Arch C.
York, Elbert H. Srowh, Jilson F. Carney
Vernon Curtis, John Davis, laf A. Gilbert son, Raymond J. Hughes, uolvin Lim-
bach, Edwar ... Patterson, ' damn Petrich,
illia-:. R. w-.dke an- Vernon Talkovich
Also are leaving.
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1 full program of music an-1 entertainment rb.ll be offered at th. re uler
mooting of the Port ^ncllinr men's Brotherhood, '"tarting at &:50 P.M. Tl rsday
Farch 28th in the Recreation Hall of the
post Chape; 1.
r. and i-'rs. ^ralow of St. -nil will
open the pro.-ram with music furnished by
their iano accordions. Thcro wrill c
several dancin- numbers in both solo and
duct tap dancing. Then a 'Amorist nd
comiedim of Minneapolis will entertain.
Refreshments will bo served free, and
everybody is invited to attend*
if if ir. if y :-. ,. ; ; - if
In the near future, the I ira.nce Office
force will give their long-delayed party, whioh will in a way be a celebration
for tho members who loft tho CCCs.