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January 25, 1935
A Job Awaits Him
A Dispatch from Browns ton,. Indiana, via United Press, states that
Harold Jankowitz, 20 year old C.C.C.
worker made a dollar bet that he could
bi te the head off a black snake, so he
could increase a fund with which to
obtain an eye operation and take a
West Point Examination.
The black snake, five feet long,
was captured by CCC workers, and a
dozen bystanders watched him win the
"I really didn't bite its head
off," he explained later. "I mostly
pulled it off. The snake was too
Jankowitz said the snake kept its
mouth closed all the time.
Imagine this fellow wasting his
time in a CCC camp I
If Singling Bros, ever hear about
this affair, the only reason Jankowitl
will ever be out of a job -ill bo a
scarcity of black snakes.
The Art work in this issue -as
done by Otto Wenzol, -ho took ~ - - .' s
place because of illness. Biarx Pt'oJ
Getting A Job
Spring is not so distant but what
it might be''a'.rood thing to think.in
terms of looking for a Job on the cut-
side, Y .ur Adviser or the Army, and .
Forestry Personnel will be .only.too
•glad to; contact firms you would like
Believe It or - inquire
.Here's'one for Ripley, -A letter
.addressed to J.Ti . -<-' C.C.C' Co. "719,
..Brimson, was-'delivered to" the owner of
those initials. For obvious reasons
tho namo Af tho individual is loft out,
. Of cr-urse, if yu havo' already guessed
tho namo, there is nothing more to be
said. . :«
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To many of the old timers, camp
is beginning • to "resemble its appearance of last winter. On Wednesday the
thermometer - -hit• 40 below, and this
cold wave lingered on through Thursday.
On Friday morning, the temperature was
a little milder, with the thermometer
resting in the vicinity of 30- below.
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