Volume I Number 23 Sullivanite Brimson, Minnesota
150,000 PEOPLE KILLED EVERT YEAR BY ACCIDENTS
A Mess Steward, 4 cooks and a
baker have been transferred to this
camp on June 21, 1.935, These men will
form a part of the cr,.dre for Company
4217, CCO, Camp F-5?, Spnce Lake. Co.
719, CCC, will furnish the balance of
the cadre and -ill act as parent Company for i Company 4217, CCC until the
new Company completes its organization
and moves to Spruce Lake.
Enrollee La-rence Svobodny, CC7-
151347, died at the Burns and Christ-
ianson Hospital in Two Harbors at 1:30
A.M. on June 17, 1935 from Spinal Meningitis. Enrollee Svobodny was from
Mahnomen, Minnesota and was enrolled
in this command on April 20, 1935. The
funeral was held at 1:00 P.!*., June 20
1935, at Raymond, Minnesota. The entire organization subscribed to a fund
to purchase flo-ers for the funeral
and the LeBorious Greenhouse of Duluth
was instructed to wire their correspondent to provide a spray representing the entire camp, and a spray representing Barracks Seven for the services. Svobodny "as a member of number Seven Barracks.
Recent instructions from Headquarters, Minnesota District CCC, prohibit civilians not attached to the
Camp or CCC activities from attending
the camp moving picture shows.
Company 719, CCC, was one of 15
organizations, out of 66, placed on
the Administrative Honor Roll for May
1935, by Headquarters, Minnesota District, ccc.
Enrollee Nels "Christianson is at
Gooseberr}' Camp awaiting the lifting
of the quarantine restrictions.
Majority Killed By Preventable Accidents
"Safety First" is Camp
plea, to the
By Supt. Deneen
What a small word with such a.
large meaning. When we stop to realize
that to play safe, may mean the difference between a life of happiness and a
life of misery isn't it time we should
give more thought to its meaning7
Little heed is given by some men,
to the talks at Safety Meetings, to
the advice by foremen and bulletins;
but I dare say, these are the men to
first get into trouble or get'hurt.
If you -ere told that to io into
a certain building you would, be sure
to get meningitis, how many -ould go
in? Still, it is no worse to pass out
that way than to be hit by a falling
tree or killed by a truck turning over.
About 150,000 people are killed
in this country, by accident, each
gOar. No records aro kept of the injured that are crippled for life, but
this, no doubt, runs into the thousands. Isn't it time we stop, look,
It is up to you boys to lend, assistance in avoiding accidents.just as
much as 'anyone; for after all, we must
work together to accomplish anything.
Then you see a grub hoe with a loose
handle, a bench that may break,or
anything you think may cause an injury
to anyone, report it to your foreman,
if on a work project, or to an officer
if in camp. Only by working together
can we accomplish anything in the
field or in the camp, to reduce accidents. Let us work to the end that no
one is hurt, and -e will all be happy.