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The Daily News Leader from Staunton, Virginia • 8

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Staunton, Virginia
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TIIE STAUNTON NEWS-LEADEtt, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1947 PAGE EIGHT The black-skinned men of Gua Anchorage, Alaska, was founded In 1914 as a construction camp for dalcanal often bleach their hair with coral lime. the Alaskan Railroad. Conservation Comments Board in the award of ft contract to the Perrin organization last Friday, made his ruling on the matter yesterday. The contract was a negotiated one, approved by Governor Tuck and Apperson as an emergency measure and hence the usual process of advertising for bids was omitted in the procedure. k) rvn JV Mil APPLE CRUNCH PIE 1 quart sliced apples.

1 cup granulated sugar. cup flower. teaspoon cloves or allspice. teaspoon cinnamon. Plain pastry.

Line a 10-inch pie pan with pas-ary; sprinkle flour over pastry; put in apples and seasonings, and bake in a hot overt (400 degrees 30 minutes; remove pie from the oven and sprinkle over the top the fol PROTEST DISALLOWED RICHMOND, Oct. 25 (Jf) -The protest of the Laburnum Construction Corporation against the award for new construction at Eastern State Hospital to J. Ken-non Perrin Company has been turned down by Attorney General Harvey B. Apperson who said an investigation of the matter is "closed" as far as his office is concerned. Apperson, who was called into the controversy over procedure adopted by the State Hospital The Community Chest needs our Negro Eagle Scout Will Be Ilonored LEXINGTON, Oct 25 In honor of the first Negro Eagle Scout In the Stonewall Jackson Area Coun ell, Boy Scouts of America, Senator A.

Willis Robertson win present to Scout Lansing Beard the highest award In Scouting, Sunday night at 8 o'clock in the colored Methodist Church in Lexington. Scout Beard has had five years as a member of Troop 15 and has served his troop as Junior Assistant Scout Master. He is a student at Lylburn Downing High School. Leroy Richardson will receive congratulations as Scout Master of this outstanding Scout. Special music for the occasion will be rendered by the Church choir and a special invitation has been extended to other Scouts and Scouters throughout the Council.

support. We need It. Do your best to aid the Chest. lowing mixture: mm Draft Mr. Dula, with his capacity for carpentering and doing structural work in difficult places helped with this Job.

(This tower later removed to Wallace Peak.) Along with and between these Jobs he served at various places in the capacity of jtowerman. The work nad made him intimately acquainted with the country. Reese spoke of Mr, Dula being a good woodsman. While at North River he would occasionally walk to Headwaters to visit. At the time no trails had been built.

It was a matter of following cattle paths here and there, but mostly Just taking off through the woods. The total distance was about 15 miles. Mr. Berlin Eye, once in charge of the same district I administer (now with the Virginia Forest Service in Charlottesville) spoke of the time Mr. Dula worked for him.

He said that in 1920-21 they had painted the boundary lines. It was strenuous work, as they used no cars or horses. The three and fourman party carried everything they needed with them axes, paint, compasses and full camping gear. They would make a crude camp where and when the day's work ended. The work lasted through parts of two summers, as there was over one hundred miles cup brown sugar, 'A cup flour.

cup butter. Chop the mixture together with a pastry blender and sprinkle over thfi nie. Return the Die to the oven HOP IN COMFORT AT CHEVY CHASE and bake about 20 minutes, or until top Is crisp and brown. MEETINGS TO CLOSE Two week3 of evangelistic meetings, held by the pastor, the Rev. Murray Wagner, will come to a close at the Grottoes Church of the Brethren with the meeting tonight at 7:45.

There will be a meeting this morning at 10, which will mark the next to the last of this series. Baking soda can be used to scour china, pottery, cooking utensils. of line to be restored. They were By MEREDITH LEITCH District Ranger, George Wash-In ft on National Forest, Deerflt-ld Unit OLD TIMER With the passing of Mr. James G.

Dula of Dcerfield, on Oct. 18, the week; before last, the U. S. Forest Service lost contact with one of the oldest employees of this National I'orest. I had known Mr.

Dula since 1932, when he worked for me in the Blue Ridge part of the forest. We were erecting a new steel lookout tower to replace an old wooden structure. As I was Just then beginning my work in Eastern National Forests, it vas a pleasure to talk to him about his experiences. He had a fine memory and a knack of story-telling which combined instruction with entertainment. At the funeral last Tuesday I saw many of his old associates.

After the services were over I talked with some of them, especially Mr. O. Reese McCray, long-time fire warden and forest worker of Reese remembered when Mr. Dula came to this part of the country, abuot 1914, shortly fter the government had taken over the mountain lands around North River. At the time there were no telephones around convenient places, such as there are today.

Radios for such work were unthought of. Mr. Dula. Reese and George and Jake Cramer camped at the end of the one telephone line at the Todd Place. They had horses and would ride out on teparate patrol routes to spot fires.

Then there were no trails. Getting upon the high places provided longer views, and it was agreed that as soon as smoke was spotted, all would alter their travel to converge upon the fire. In 1915 the forest service sold a lew old patches of timber which the lumber company had not cut. Mr. Dula acted as scaler, measuring logs lor the sale.

The slash ol the company cuttings was still visible then, with an increased lire risk, so the tiwj.ence ol woods workers was an NOW IS THE TIME to fill your locker with GRADE A BABY BEEF Hind Quarters, 45c per pound. Front Quarters, 35c per pound. Prices at Plant. Phone lour Order to WEAVER'S LOCKER PLANT Stuarts Draft, Va. Staunton 116-W-4 particularly offended by the work of the first surveyors before them, who had installed pine corner markers, which they replaced with good locust ones, as the pine ones were 1 XvXJ 10'Rcord jtS aWithNewFttAtf.

tihl Pickup '11 NX-1 i iir Xi No Atrial I XJ' I Grouo4N.W badly decayed. Berlin last worked with Mr. Dula Nursey at Parsons. Work was also done on other towers of that lorest. When the older loresterers of the community look at towers on the mountain tops they will be reminded, with affection and admiration, of an old friend who unwittingly built monuments to himself and In the public services.

in 1928, when Berlin was transferred to the Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia. He called iVt lIS Vii HI mat fv ft II in the skill of his old friend to help erect the buildings at the Forest Listen In Over WTON "1400 KC" Each Tuesday and Thursday 1:15 P. M. for THE HEALTH CHATS" Dr. Clias.

S. Grosso Chiropractor X-Eay and Spinorraph Laboratory 1-4-5 Wits Bid, Staunton Phone 179S or mum Mtm mm-. 1 1 Established 1865 By offering friendly counsel. Here you will always find someone glad to interest himself in your banking requirements. advantage in the event lire lighting tad to be done.

During this period Mr. Dula had his lamily live In the old Todd house, and the other forest service employees camped In a nearby building. The following year he worked with a group putting a steel tower and cabin on Hardscrable Knob, a high point between the heads of North River and Ramseys Draft, In 1917 a similar tower was placed on Signal Corps Knob, an outlying' ridge of Shenandoah Mountain between Ramseys Draft and Hodges Yeu'H hardty believe yewr eyes ami art! JtMt think of it: A famous SONORA "Qear si a Bell" Electric Phonograph, a powerful SONORA Superheterodyne Radio (ia beaotif ful mahogany plastic cabinet); PLUS a wonderful Record Collection of 24 fine selections all for only (Only $42.50 in gorgeous Ivory.) Everything you want io COM PLETE Home Entertainment at a Sensationally low, low price. COME IN FOR THIS SUPER. VALUE TODAY! 818 tmrnm i For Infinite Blended or silver muskrat or mouton dyed lamb in wide revers rolled to the hem.

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