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Housing 'Hot-hoc' Daily
ily meetings arc conducted in
room I of. the . L house, with the
Senior Foreman and all barrack leaders
present. Following a few cf t
barrack routine points stressed:
1. A pail of water on stoves always.
2. Transom windows open at all times.
3. Extra shoes to be cleened t-
ly placed on racks in tack room.
4. Required to have six fire buckets
ir. each barrack. F ur fill A with
water and two wiI nd.
5. Space behind lockors to be check
for cleanliness at al], times.
6. A new system of hanging clothos
lines in the drying room is to bo
acted upon as soon as possioli .
?. Sprinkled down each ov nirig at bed
Ln C vis is also planning to
issue three clothes hang rs to all m
in thc Company.
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Tho regular vy Sal ting
3 hold on Monday \ v nir. . ! .ptain
is road a lctt_r fro,. .csota
District H adquartora concerning saf-
i driving trucks and in handling
fire-arms. Our ^amp has been fortunate
in not havini lents of this type.
v r, we must, never let up or. car
il against accidents.
Rev. Jon* s nere
on Thursday svoi -. He
gave a somen a that
itial tc su -A 111
1. Do your jot
2. . deed I ir neig -
bor happy dail; .
3. yourself In
led LI .