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May 18, 1935
OFFICIAL !TEWS FLA3tIES.
Headquarters has received several
letters from allottees of new enrol
lees requesting transfers of the en*--
rollee to other companies. Inter Company transfers are made for the con
venience of the government only, and
only then when higher authority authorizes the transfer and much time and
additional work will be saved if all
members of this command will notify
their allottees that no inter company
transfers will be accomplished except
for the convenience of the government.
All present companies are now over-
strengthened and the transfers will be
made only to the new companies after
they are organized.
Sub-District Chaplain, Otis L.
Spurgeon, will conduct religious services at this camp at 7;30 P.M. Sunday, May 19, 1935. Chaplain Spurgeon
is an interesting speaker and all members of this command are enjoined to
hear him talk on "The Empowered Handful.*
Enrollees Arthur Juntinen and
Bert Oling, L.E.M. wero transferred to
Company 1760, CCC, Big Lake, Cloquet.
These transfers were made to reduce the Local Experienced, men' assigned to this command to the authorized
number of 16.
The prompt- action of Enrollees
Walkama, Hiskinen and Kangas saved the
power house from total destruction due
to.9r-_?ire. The fire starte' about 5:30
A.M. on Saturday, Fay 18, 1935. The
direct cause of the fire is "believed,
to be due to the backfiring of one of
the engines, which ignited some .gasoline that leaked out of the gas tank.
No serious damge was inflicted.
as soon as
We are going to erd.eavor to bring
out a. little more spirit in connection
~i.th the Camp Paper. As this periodical is bein°: printed for your own enjoyment, and also without charge, we
would like to get as many capable enrollees as possible to work on the paper, so we can make it more of a suc-
may also interest you new
this paper will consist of
instead of the usual four,
a Business Manager is selected and advertisers are located. The
new issue will allow us more space, so-
we will be able to devote full columns
to most of the news. This new paper
will force us to put in a call for
more reporters. I know that there are
a number of fellows who can handle the
work very efficiently, so why don't
you talic to the Editor and get a berth
on the staff. It really isn't work
enough to ;cut into anything else you
have in line, ' so you who possess experience and you who would like to
join the staff, please see the 'Editor
in the near future.
I also want to tell you that we
always welcome suggestions. Constructive criticism is what we need. If
anything doesrf'.t meet with your app
roval, kindly let us know about it. As
this paper is meant for you it is no
more than natural that you should give
us some worthwhile information.
Remember fellow^, we need, help on
-this project, so you who wish to whole
heartedly offer .your services, get in
contact with the Editor sometime this
You fellows who wiBh to helo construct this paper may join the Journalism Class, which is Instructed, by
Mr. Steve Ge/.ler.
This class will meet on Mondays-
and Wednesdays of each week.