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OFFICIAL NETS FLASHES '
The attention of all concerned, is
invited to the fact that the selecting
agencies recommendation an" verification of the allottees affidavit requesting discharge is required before
an application for discharge can be
acted upon. Presentation of affidavits without verification and recommendation of the selecting agency mil
delay the granting of a, discharge until approval and verification is secured. Proper instructions to allottees and prospective employers will,
prevent possible delay. Tolegrams-
will not be considered.
Instructions have been received to
discharge all enrollees, not specific-
ly exempted, with 18 or more months of
service on June 30, 1935.
Ball playing will not be permitted
on the Company Streets or in areas
where windows are indangered. It will
be unnecessary to adopt specific regulations concerning ball practice with
in the Camp Area if all concerned will
exercise reasonable care and not play
ball "here *»ir_do'*e are likely to be
This Camp, with an average strength
of 173 enrollees, consumed the following amounts of perishable food during
April 1935 Bread, 3300 lbs; Milk,
6610 half pints; Potatoes, 6000 lbs;
Butter, 1088 lbs; Chicken, 118 lbs;
Beef, 3131 lbs; Ham, 982*- lbs; Bggs;
570 Doz; visc. Meats, ISIS lbs.
To be Leaders:
Assistant Leader Nyyssela, Abraham.
Assistant Leader Shuette, ""illiam.
Enrollee Oltz, Donald, vice Leader
Lind, Alvin C., discharged.
To be Assistant Leaders:
Enrollee Korpi.Paul, vice Assistant Leader Nyyssela, Abraham, promoted.
Enrollee Highland, Clifford, vice
Assistant Leader Edward Shuss, promoted.
Enrollee Pegelow, Charles, vice Assistant Leader Shuette, 7illiam, promoted.
Enrollee Upton, Donald D., vice Assistant Leader ,'Clark, Maurice, discharged
Enrollee Pelto, Roy, Vice Assistant
Leader McCorxic, Russell, Discharged.
1. Assistant Leader Paul Korpi is
assigned duties as Camp Engineer.
2. Assistant Leader Clifford Highland is assigned duties as 2nd cook.
Capt. Davis Back To Stay
It was a pleasant surprise to learn
that Capt. Davis was coming back to
this Company to stay. As this paper
is about to ^o to press, we take this
opportunity of welcoming him backr and
can only add, "Te're sure glad he is
Remember fellows, May 12 is Mother's Day