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Alaska Miner, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1939, Fairbanks, Alaska foae Eight Fairbanks Alaska Tuesday September 19 1939 THE ALASKA MINER j PIttLADELFHIA MUNICIPAL STADIUM Sept Nova rose gamely to his feet after taking a terrific beating which floored him in the fourteenth round but the referee halted the battle giving TwoTon Tony Galento a technical knockout victory The fight was halied in after the beginning of the fourteenth Hoarded Soap Got 18 Months HAMBURG Germany Sept For hoarding shaving and laundry soap contrary to a Hitler decree Ludvig Schmidt was entenced to 18 months Imprisonment Nippon Goodwill Fliers in Chicago CHICAGO Sept 9 The Jap anese goodwill fliers arrived non stop from Albuquerque New Mexi co They planned to leave for New York Sunday Body of Pilot Being Taken To Anchor age Jack Allen young Alaska pilot killed when his plane crashed and burned about four miles west of Ta kotna had been in the Territory only four months Word from Anchorage brought in formation theflyer was 24 years of age and had been flying for Star Air Lines since June 1 He is reportedly survived by par ents in Spokane Air authorities theorize that Allen en route from Ophir to McGrath his base was apparently following the road and smashed the summit where the highway enters a gap Planes and aeronautics officials from Anchorage and McGrath had Theres No Use Talking Continued from Page dinner The last time I was home on a visit we didnt have Sunday dinner until p m The reason Why brother had to get his sleep out I cant see how he keeps from getting bed sores But I guess the boy is not altogether to blame either Nowa days they make everything to in duce sleep Beauty rest mattress so soft a body needs a life preserver to keep them from going out of sight And coffee that lets you Even the alarm clock promise to wake you Say when I was a kid at home Dad was the only alarm clock we had He called you ONCE and if Leaving Warsaw Correspondence Courses Available to Children Distant from Schools CERNAUTI Rumania Sept A caravan of foreign diplomats their wives and families including the American ambassador to Poland Anthony Biddle arrived at 6 p m tonight to escape the war which is flooding swiftly the ex treme southeast portion of Poland Members of the group 60 in all brought reports of a tremendous new German drive aimed to cut Po land off from Rumania With Ambassador Biddle came Mrs Biddle and his daughter Peggy Schulz Mrs Biddles secretary and Mary McKenzie Others in the party included di you didnt get up that settled j plomatic representatives of Brazil yanked you out of bed and when the sole of his EZZ on EZ off con tacted the back of your lap you can bet your bottom dollar IT wasnt GENTLE He said he did it to im press on our young minds that he always kept his word I never could I quite catch it because it wasnt on my MIND that he made the im pression Why do you know I would have looked like the Tattooed Lady if Dad had ever caught me galvantin arcund cocktail lounges or rolling home at daylight three sheets to the wind and the other one hlsted singing Free itty fitties fwam over the And you know might be a little strap oil would be good for that too Glory Be I always get off on the wrong dont I Eugene Do herty just blew in was up there helping celebrate Dis covery Day I guess He brought me a Malatnnte and a Primus stove Id lots rather hare the stove and dog Spain Italy Belgium Sweden The Netherlands Switzerland and Ja pan Most of them planned to leave at once for Bucharest Correspondence courses for to the Cal vert Correspondence School in Baltimore Md The Calvert School charges S20 for a course There are more chil dren who would have taken the courses from the Calvert School last year if their parents could have af forded to pay the fee Same as Calvert Courses The courses the Territorial De partment of Education is offering are the same as the Calvert School Mr Kames is scheduled to fly to Nome as soon as weather permits He expects to remain there about three days and then will return to Fairbanks preparatory to a trip along the Alaska Railroad visiting schools in communities along the line ka children who live in such remote places that schools are not available to them have been inaugurated this fall by the Territorial Department of Education Anthony E Karnes commissioner of education reports The courses will besupplied any child that lives too far from a school to attend Mr Karnes explained A deposit fee of for a course will be required when it is started and when it is finished the fee will be returned thus a child that starts and finishes a course will get it free Needed by Many Children There is quite a large number of children towhom the courses will be the only systematized method of education Last school year there were about 30 children whose par ents paid for correspondence courses landed at Takotna Thursday and toj water day to investigate the crash Charles R Burnett Civil Aeronautics in spector stationed at Fairbanks flew from here to Takotna to make an official report on the casualty the first in Interior Alaska in three years Allens body was removed from the wreckage to Ophir and was to be taken to Anchorage today Alaska Miner S4 Year than a horse Horse oats comes pretty high here Eugene Doherty and John Haver lock left this morning for Anderson Bar where they will continue their prospecting Fred Ayer left for Jack Wade this morning with the mail W L Crosby was a visitor at the roadhouse Saturday He is busy sluicing Everyone reports plenty of Removing Cemetery And 1 1 TIT 26 Bodies From Sub PORTSMOUTH Sept 15 The macabre task ofremoving the bod ies of 26 men drowned in the sub marine Squalua neared completion as the battered sub finally lay tilted at the navys drydoctc Waitercoated naval hospital aides made trip after trip from the inside of the Squakis to an improvised morgue workingthrough the night under the eerie glare of floodlights Three hours After dawn this mor ning 24 bodies been Woman Given Judgment For Injuries on A Ry SAN FRANCISCO Sept Federal Judge St Sure awarded Minnie De Back a judgment i against the United States govern E A Janeau and wife were Steel i ment for injuries received in an ac Cheek visitors Wednesday Tiiey cident near Seward in 1931 while a are moving miles down river to passenger en the Alaska Railroad An act of Congress is required Roads Are Improved Grading and widening of roads at Birch Hill cemeteryhave been completed by the Alaska Road Commission Frank Nash superin tendentforthe commission in the Fairbanks district declared A road an easy grade has been mside cemetery Froin fall parts of the cemetery can be reached The old road that goes to the Ski Cabin sitehas beenwidened and levelled The expense involved in the road improvements wilt be paid by the Birch Hill Cemetery Associa tion British War Planes Fight LONDON Sept9 The air min istry disclosed that British war planes icught planes over Belgian territory last night De tails of the encounter were not given The British planes were returning from a reconaissance over central Germany and crossed the Belgian border The ministry asserted that British ambassador toBrussels was instructed topresentan apology to the Belgian are such a pest cu irsny Australian fanntlajnds that men are employedsolely toJ trap and shoot them When You Register it becomes our interest to make your visit pleasant NORDALE HOTEL their own ground on Smith Bench where they will restane work in an old drift They intend to move the dirt out of the 400 foot tunnel with a small They also informed me that they will build a new cabin on this ground Steve Urevitz was down to Steel Creek Thursday He is sluicing also said lots of water but not enough Well it begins to look like Jack Frost meant business these last few days We had a hard frost sev eral nights ago and our potatoes look like they were singing their swan The Good Lord has had his armsaround u3 this year as the spuds and all the roots have man aged to get fully matured before frost hit them Theres No Use Creek on the Forty Mile river is just about the grand est place in Alaska to So long until next ANN S AYER Steel Creek Alaska before a suit can be brought against the government V S Tourists Are Asked To MOSCOW Sept TJ embassy advised American tourists who have no compelling reason for1 staying to leaveRussia I WASHINGTON Sept 15 State Department said the Moscow BERLIN Sept vessels In Polish harbors on the Bal tic have been bombed and sunk by aircraft bombs despite bad weather embassys advise for Americans toi leace Russia is in line with stand ing instructions on embassy proce dure for times of threatened danger The Department lists 400 Ameri cans in Russia Baby Passes Funeral services were conducted war If or Baby John Berg 8monthsold twin son of Mr and Mrs George Berg of The Rev A C McCullum conducted the service I THE NEW With St Paul Hoist HighSpeed CabControlled Fairbanks Seatth
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