Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on May 14, 1948 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT DISPATCH DEMOCRAT, URIAH, CALIFORNIA ITRIDAY, MAY l4, 194 i Ifkiah Drops Packer Giame "'Merchants Outhlt ' Oakland Visitors, But Fail To Score Although they outiiu the HoUy Packers^ • the Ukinh Merchants were forced to yield 3 to 0 when (bey failed to push runs through at the strategic time in Sunday's season-opening tussle at the local park. Fans out to View the Merchants ia their Initial effort were rewarded by seeing airtight ball for the .first five frames. The Packers came through with their first counter in the sixth and took advantage of a Ulf iah ^ error to count two more In the ninth. -. , Schmidt for the Packers showed big, league form on the mound, keeping the Ukiah hits well scattered and outw.'.tting several of jyianager Brown's big guns, Openshaw and L. Valentini, normally quite potent with the stick; each sustained goose eggs I 'or four tries at 'the plate. All of the Merchants' bits di^d on the bags because cleanup batsmen were unable to get aboard. Bob Valentini and Don Meyers shared the hitting honors for Ukiah with two apiece. Bill Openshaw went the entire r9Ute on the mound, limiting.the Oakland visitors to only 6 scattered hits in a masterful performance. Sunday scoring results were as fpHbws: SIGHAL OILERS COMIHG Ihfermediote Pupils On the Marcit For More Room The Signel Oilers from Chabot will arrive here Sunday to do balUe wilb Iho Ukiah Merchants, Manager Brown said today. Scheduled to can at^'ZiSO p.m., Ihe game will merk the second Sunday appearance of the MeTchanti litis season. 'The Ukiah club dropped a tight one 3 to 0 to the Holly PackME ol Oakland at the local pazk last week. If You Have a Troiler In Your Bock Yord ; If'sUniowfut Holly Packer* — 3 Wong, Raffanti J. Gallagher Heath Timerletti tl6gers Bpberson llazario Schmidt Total Ukiah — 0 |AB| H I B K Valentini 4 | 0 0 B : Valentini._ 4(2 0 F. Kirkland ... 3 | 2 0, J..Myers 1.... 3 | ,1 0 H..Bartolomel 4 j 1 | 0 I).-Myers :| 4 | 2 | 0 a ,;Vaugban . : j 2 j 0 | 0 libekhart . „.| 4 | 1 | 6 Openshaw Lo^..-..:_ -I 4 -1 1 0 I 0 0 I 0 Total ..133 I 9 I 0 APPOINTED BENO JUSTICE , j,,^. She was particularly im• ^W'^?'f"^y,pressed with the CpitalitP shown of Ukiah, has* been appointed aif. , —.f^.-i. ^L._ ^.^ justice of the peace in Heno, iNe- yada, to fill an unexpired term, liaytaan, who is the son of Edward Layman of Ukiah, telephoned the news to his sister, Mrs. Richard Mazzoni on Monday. He has :;fae6n employed in the Reno pbstonide. He will be i;iotentate of Kerak. Shrine Temple In Reno in Trailers cannot be parked in back yards, under state laWi and Ukiah was advised Wednesday night by Stanley White, state housing inspector, to enforce the law before the problem becomes a city headache. White was brought to Ukiah by Dr. .J. H. Hansen, city health officer, who advised the city council he is having some difficulty in enforcing sanitary and health regulations in at least two cases where families are living without sanitary facilities or sewage connections.. While the city has the power to institute suit to condemn such dwellings, the council has no desire to work a hardship on families of low. income, particularly pensioners, it was said, and nothing will be done until Dr. Hansen, White, Councilman Russell Richardson and Police Chief John Vi- arohgo have visited the occupants and advised them to abate the nuisances. . The problem of pensioners, White said, is a tragic one throughout the state where inadequate housing is condemned and they can find no pla<;e to live that is within their means. Mrs. Higgins Reports On State Convention state convention of California Federation of Women's Clubs in ^anta Cruz last week, under the leadership of Mrs. J. C. Bradbury, was a wonderful gathering, according to Mrs. Waiter H. Higgins, who represented Mrs. G. T. Barck- Ibw, Mendocino county fe(j[eration president, of Willits, who was unable to attend. ' Flowers in the convention auditorium and at the banquet were glorious, she said, and outstanding niusic was a part of the program which presented some challenging NIFTY m THEIR natty, new uniforms, the Uki^h high school band led the Wedntsday parade of giammaif school pupils thrbug!^ the busin^/di<*rict .of Ukiah, boosting the school bond electiota of May 13 for ^fundS' fer additional grammar scliobl buildingt. Nearly 1000 .intermediate pupils inarched behind tlie band. U Jk.A. News iBriefs By Georgia Matthews Sluggers Win yet Contest Ado Severl and Norm Baird helped themselves to a 4 to 2 win over the Santa Rosa Veterans of Foreign Wars team as the Talmage Sluggers registered their sixth win of the season Sunday. The two pitchers allowed only four hits. Talmage had a big inning when Santa Rosa's Biagi had trouble controlling his pitched offerings and Mosna, Guidi, Brazil and Bartolomei walked, scoring Mosna. Spencer reached first safely on an error by the Santa Rosa second baseman and Guidi and Brazil counted 2 more runs. Batteries: Santa Rosa — Biogi and Riffle; Talmage—Severi, Mos­ na and Brazil. "Scoring in Sunday's game was as-follows: Santa Rosa V.F.W. — 2 |AB| K I R Acquistapace, If Caporicci, cf Taures, 2b Young, ss Sehreiner, 3b Biagi, p Riflfle, c Dennison, lb Keller, rf .—.I 3 | Total |31 I 1 4 I 0 I I 2 I 1 I I 2 I 0 I I 1 -1 4 i 0 I I 4 I 2 I Talmage — 4 |AB| H Laviletta, ss, lb ]^arding. If Mosna, 3b dttoseni rf _ Guidi, cf Brazil, c _ Wada, ss .-...| 3 14 Bartolomei, lb _...| Spencer, 2b j Biaird, p 1 Severi, p ._ I 1 10 -I 4 I I I I 1 I 1 I I 2 I 0 I I 0 I "Total |32 I 8 I 4~ BLACKFACE REVUE REPEATS There was standing room only at the grammar school auditorium Wednesday night as some 700 people went to see the Black Face Revue, The same cast of local men who presented the revue to the Saturday Afternoon Club gave their time and talents again to present the same show for a P,-T;A, benefit, the delegates by'Santa Cfuz federation members who left nothing jindone to make their visit memorable. Tbrnorrow Is Her^ — the scheduled talk by Rev. John Willis Shearer, 6-foot, 8-inch minister of the. Presbyterian church in North Holyvvood, was a fine and challenging address and Richard At- kiii son, world news conimentatbr and United. Nations news expert gave the opinion in his talk that U.N. need not be ineffectual if Russia can be managed. President Gordon Sproul of the University of California gave a fine talk. The delegates defeated a controversial proposal to limit contests to vice president who would automatically step into the presidency. They approved the provision that after 1951 no' chairmen will be able to hold office for more than four years consecutively. The redistricting question was settled by the decision that 50 clubs, or a membership of 5000 members can petition the executive board to form a new district. Six injured In Three Car Crash On Sunday Six persons were injured Sunday night in a collision a mile and a half north o£ the Cummings store when cars driven by Craig Dapklns o£ • Anaheim, Herman Natisofl of Roseburg, Oregon, and Harland Kirkpatrick of Trinidad, collided. The injured were Craig Dapkins, Ray Nylander, Peter Pacque, Herman Natisoff, Sylvia Natisoff and Harland Kirkpatrick. All were taken to the Howard hospital at Willits by ambulance and the highway patrol. Officer Everett Ingram investigated the crash. CRAWFORD IS ROTARY.GUEST Attorney Howard Crawford of Lakeport was the Rotary Club speaker Tuesday noon, discussing the value of proper assistance in making out of income tax reports. Edward Dutton was program chairman. Visitors included A. E. Chantler of Luieport, Robert Ellingsen of Klamath Falls, Ted Tucker and L. Brisbin of Garberville. UAA Swimming Coming Up Returning champs to senior squads are Barbara "Chicken" Blair, Kathryne "Ma" Parker, Rubye Salisbury, Evie Rlngstrofn. To junior squads, Charleen Shepard, Shirley Rich wine, Bev Ward, Janet Rust and Bev Caya. The girls expect ip go a lot further tbis year, as 50 candidates are out for swimming. Last year we had a much smaller group, but took thbd place in a 400 meter relay, beating Sun Valley and Athens Athletic B swim teams at Healdsburg. Not much is known as yet about the boys teani. Returning vets are Lloyd Books, "Weepin' Willie" Scagliotti and Hank de Lotty. By the wray, keep your eye. on Hank. He's a very proriiising boy. —UAA— Friday night's dance at the clubhouse was a terrific success, with more than 200 Jtids attending. Majority of records were- loaned by Paul, McCarty, and most of them have never been, heard before in Ukiah. The success of the party goes to the U.A.A. kids themselves, but credit also goes-to the dance committee, Don Millard, chairman. Bill Ornbaun, Ted Simmons, Elame Wilcox, Kathleen Garner, Luddy Stahdley, Sharon Shepard and Georgeia Mathews. A' cake raffle was held, and the kids responded wonderfully Quite a few tickets were sold. Cakes were furnished by Bernardine Clark, Darrel Salisbury and Georgia Matthews. . —UAA— • Piek-Up« Don 't be the least bit surprised if Ukiah is represented in a 6-city girls Softball league, with the girls ^f the U.A.A. doing the representing. The girls softball teams have been asked to participate in a league corriprised of twelve cities in Mendocino, Lake and Sonoma counties. ^ The U.A.A. ^ffiW give a food sale Saturday morning to raise money for the girls basebalj uniforms. Porno Glub Loses Cloverdale Game Winners Told In Essays Contests Winners in tiie recent, Americanism essay contest conducted by the Ukiah American Legion Auxiliary were'announced last week. . In Group 1, subject. The American Flag and What It Means to Me, Carol Behmeke of Redwood Valley won first; Geraldine Morse of Calpella, second; In Group 2, subject, Our Great American Heritage—Liberty, F'lorence Bueil of Calpella won- lirst and ^ Dixie de Metro of Calpella, second.:, In Group 3, using the same subject, Eloise Wada of Ukiah won first and Donald Zeek of Ukiah, second. The judges were Mrs. W. D. L, Held, Mrs. Tom Cleland and Mrs. John E. Nelson. Mrs. HowardSalls. of the Legion auxiliary, is chairman and district chairman of the essay contests. In the district contests which followed, Eloise- Wada ol^Ukjah won second. Names of otherfw'l^- ners in the district contest are not available, but firsts in the threp POTTER VALLEY, May 12.— Mr. and Mrs. Owens have moved from the Dell Prager apartments back to their old'home in Kentucky." ^ Among,Potter people attending the; horsei show in Boonville Sun- j day were Mr. and Mrs. Charles ' Tomlin and Marsha, to. and Mrs. Marvin Holmaft and son, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Farnsworth and Lee Chrifitofferson. ' Mrs. Reed. Farnswortli and her two children, Glenn and Claire, spent Mother's Day in .Point Arena with Mrs. Farnsworth's mother. Mrs. J. J. Thornton accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Chaplin Williems on a business and pleasure trip to Sacramciito Mondayyi Mrs. Christine Whitcomb of Willits, Mr. and Mrs., Russell Whitcomb arid daughter of Ukiah, and Miss Evelyn Whitcomb of San Francisco, were Mother's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Whitcomb. ^ • Mr. and Mrs.. James Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. Don Fartisworth attended the ball game in Ukiah Sunday. Scouts of Ukiah; Calpella, Hopland and Boonville will be.held May 22, 23, at the Hopland camp east of Hopland. Aprpoximately 100 scouts from the lour communities will participate this year. , in the young married group. Bob Hughes, son.- of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hughes has been sent from Modesto where he is employed in a dehydrating plant, tci a meetiAg in Washington, .D,C„ where he represents the California plant; At special' candlelight. ceremonies last Monday evening at the Boonville Odd Fellows Lodge, seven Boy Scouts and 10 leaders were invested as Troop 51, the newest troop in the district. Harold Hess is scoutmaster, and Dr. Powell assistant;. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Nelson, ...•^r. and Mrs. Sana Doyle and George David of Ukiah Were present at the,ceremonies, which were attended by 35 parents and scouts. Following the ceremonies, ice cream and cake were served by the mothers. . A • lar^e group , of candidates were given' the first and second degrees in the Grange Saturday nlgbt. Following the meeting refreshments of sandv/iches and cof- feewe're served. At the next meeting the ladies drill team; will pift on :th.e third and fourth degrees, Friday* Richard Hughes was 10 i yeai-s old so bis rnother, Mi^s. Al- j ;len Hughes, arranged a party \ for him-with all the boys in his.j room as guests. Richie received many nice gifts, and the guests also went home with presents. Refreshtnerits included a birthday cake, and outdoor- and irido r games were played. The guests included were Dick Hair, George and Ralph Meyer, Tony Peregrina, Paul Wirt, Ronnie Dean Hunter, Alvin Kirtlink, Scottie Nelson, Bob McFal], Marvin, Lee and Dal Gibson, Bob Norris, and Clifford Thomson. Ben Foster, chairman of Boy Scout Troop 45 committee, announced this week that Donald Nassie has been selected to succeed Orville Coleman as Scoutmaster of the troop. ^ j; Helping Mr. Nassie'as assistant scoutmasters will be William Mar- groups 4ent to Visalia, Crescent tinez and Frank Allen, W-h for- City and Fortuna, respectively. : "'er scoutmasters of the same and seconds to Fort Bragg, Fort j Bragg and Ukiah. Judges, in the district contest were Mrs. 'Al Fraga, Mrs. Edward Dutton, Mary Ellen and Martha Mannon. Judg.c of the finals \)jas Attorney Irving Brazier. , j,, This is the second instance .^in which Dixie De Metro has brought honor to the Calpella school, having won first in a recent poppy contest. In the Americanism contest she was competing against some high school pupils. Jersey Bull Added To Romer's Herd Mr. Nassie is' a former scout, and for the past year has been active with Troop 45 committee and also on the district scouters committee. The troop is making plans for the Camporee May, 22, 23, and for a parents' night to give the new scoutmaster an opportunity to meet the parents, and to register the scouts for Cavnp Noyo. Leg^on Auxiliary Will Hold Eureka Meeting The Porno Athletic Club bowed to the Cloverdale American Legion team in the southern city May 2 to the tune of a 5 to 4 count after the contest entered the .first half'^ of the seventh at 4-all. Cloverdale's winning run came in the last of the seventh, followed by two more innings of airtight baseball with neither side being able to make further changes in the score. Batteries: Pomo A.C,—G. Lockhart and F. Lockhart; Cloverdale —Cook, Meyers and Martelli. ACCIDENT CLAIMS SETTLED Two compromise settlements of $625 each, filed by William and Estelle Bell of Ranclio Ednita, i Longvale, and the Rancho Ednita were approved April 28 by the state industrial accident commission. Bell, 33, and Mrs. Bell, 29, were employed as cook and chambermaid last September when they suffered multiple injuries in an accident while riding to work in their employer's station wagon. Family Makes Quick Trip From Oklahoma Mrs, Cole Harkins who entered the hospital April 30 for medical treatment by Dr. Glenn Miller, is enjoying the visit of her family from Nowata, Oklahoma. The Har. kins live 23 miles west of Ukiah on Orr Springs road. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emry L. Manley and her sisters. Misses Mary Jo, Lila Jurie and Sue Nell Manley and an uncle, George Vincent, arrived Wednesday evening, May 5. They left Nowata at 12:45 a.m. Monday night and taking turns driving their truck, reached here in about 35 hours. IMPROPER PASSING CRASH Improper passing caused a collision eight miles south of Hopland on Friday evening between cars driven by Joseph Poggi of Sebastopol and Ethel Alexander of Ukiah in which Alfred Alexander was injured and brought to the Ukiah General Hospital by a passing motorist. Patrolman Reg Stine- hoff made the investigation. A. L. Romer has purchased a purebred registered Jersey bull for his Romer-Vista Dairy herd, a yearling animal from the Guy H. Miller ranch east of Modesto, as his junior herd sire. The Miller Jerseys are known throughout the dairy world as one monies- which will dedicate the of the outstanding sources of sup- new auxUiary colors at the next ply for dairy stock. Mr. Miller fleeting of the auxiliary on May has been breeding fine Jerseys 19- Plans were made at a meet- for the- past 60 years, during ing last week where members which time the reputation of his voted a donation for cemeter> strains has built an enviable rep- i clean-up. Auxiliary membeis of the American Legion in District No. 1 will hold a junior convention in Eureka Saturday and Sunday, May 15, 16 to which a group will go from Ukiah. Saturday night is expected to be festive with a business meeting to convene on Sunday. Mrs. Jane Isnard, district president, will be in charge of cere- utatlon. The Romer Vista Dairy herd now has 90 head of cattle. Including cows and calves. Birthday Dinner Given For Mrs. Paul C. ingle Paul Ingle of Redwood Valley was host on Saturday night at a dinner in the House of Gamer which surprised and honorfed his wife on the occasion of her birthday. When they arrived at the restaurant she found a festive table with covers laid for Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reed, Charles W. Ingle, themselves and her mother, Mrs. Helen L. SchoU, All the guests were Redwood Valley friends. When dinner was over the party motored to Bachelor Valley where they enjoyed square dancing in the Grange hall. Those attending worked on their hospital sewing quota under the leadership of Mrs. Minnie Swree- ney, chairman. Visitors greeted were Mrs. Ella King of King City and Mrs. Alice Daughertyy of Ukiah. Friday Dinner Prelude To Evening Of Bridge The group of Masonic wives who gather for bridge on Friday lodge njghts, had a no-host dinner in the home of Mrs. F. P. Stlpp, 1139 West Perkins street May 7 with Mrs, Richard Mazzoni assisting the hostess, Tvyo tables of bridge were arranged after dinner at which Mrs, George Hovey won the galloping goose; Mrs. Stlpp and Mrs. Mazzoni were the other winners. Others playing were Mesdames George Portlock, Ted Barker, Kenneth Farnsworth, Arthur Bradley and Donall Hoover.' Nassies SpendWeekend Visiting In Martinez Mr, and Mrs. Donald O. Nassie of 154 East Gobbl street spent the weekend In Martinez where they visited their parents. They were accompanied by their three children, Judy, Donnie and Marc. On their return they brought Mrs. Joseph Rea and her children, Patricia, Susan and Joey, to join their father. Dr. Rea, who has moved his practice back to Ukiah after living in Martinez. Others there were Mesdamfes Mark Eglin, W. D, L. Held, Werner Holzhauser, L. H. Foster, Zella Dennen, Louise a Bernhnrd, DISCHARGED FROM HOSPPIT Mark Hovrard was discharged from the General hospital last weekend where he had been confined for some weeks recovering from injuries received in an automobile accident on the Low Gap road when his car went over the grade and rolled over several times. He suffered a number of major injuries and was under the care of Dr. H. O. Cleland. PIERCY CHILD RECOVERING The 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Schumacher of Piercy is reported recovering and out of danger in a Eureka hospital where he was taken for treatment after being struck by a car on Friday morning of last week, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stainbrook received -word that thejr son and wife are now the parents of a baby girl, Sandra Betty> born April 26 in Buffalo,' New York.- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stainbrook formerly lived in Potter and were popular The 4..H Girls Sewing Unit entertained at a Mother'.s Day t(fe Saturday afternoon at the home of one of their leaders, Mrs. Foster Guntly. ^ Demonstrations of how to fold scarves to make turbans were given and modeled by the gu-ls and a short program of Mother's Day readings was presented. Some mothers and members were unable to attend. Cookies, homeinade ice cream and tea, made by the girls were sei-vedl to r /Tesdnmes Guntly, George Bilstein,.' Erwin Wipf, Wilburn Brown, Elmor Adams, Jack Up- tbn, p; B. V/'esterraan and Miss "Tilda Guntly. The girls present were Janet Bilsteln, Jane Bevans, Dorina and Karen, Brown; Florence. Upton, Lana Wlpf,and Sarah' Guntly. Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Brown, Mrs. Elmer Adams, Mrs. Brown's rnother, and Donna; Karen, Sandy and Lewis Brown went to San Francisco Saturday evening. Mr. Brown and the two oldest girls returned Sunday evening, but the others remained in San Francisco to visit for a week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs, Otto Irmer with their children, David, Connie and Carol, visited relatives In Lake county over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hunter of Paradise visited with Mr- .and Mrs, Grover Hunter over the weekend, Sunday they drove to. Willits to spend Mother's Day with the gentlemens' mother, Mrs. Keenan. Harold Marshall made a' business trip to Richmond Sunday and returned, Kenny Marshall, who has been out of scbool for a fortnight, is now able to join his classmates In the third.grade. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Vidas and Children spent Mother's Day with relatives in Calistoga. The Dessert Bridge Club met last Thursday night at the home' of Mr, and Mrs. , Earl Pickle, j Awards- were received by Mrs. Orville Frost an4 Jack Newman, ,nnd Mrs. Howard Brooks and Earl Pickle. . : .- • ' A fine list of.lesUval prizes ISA"^ now on display in the show window of the Potter iValley store. Mrs. Dell Prager, -MrSi Elmer Hulbert and MrSt Harold Marshall have done ! a . fine. job .solieUing prizes for the events; Mrs. Tony Peregrina and son, Dennis, retiarned last week from Redwood -City where they were guests of relatives. • . A number 'Of. the Bov.'ling Club members attended : the dinner meeting held, in Uldah Monday night. • . : . ., • Mr. and Mrs. Marion Ketchcl and family wer^.visiting in Sonoma county -Sunday. Ardene Anderson'rcelebrated her birthdayy last Wednesday evening witli a party at the library. Games were played- and delicious refreshments served to Nola Whitaker, Marsha Tomlin, Frances Gibson, Frances Hurlburt; Rosalie Smith, Dixie;' Peregrina, Patsy Wilson, Dohna and- Karen Brown and Dickie Anderson.' Mrs. Anderson was'assisted/ m .senrlng and entertalnjng;Vby iVlesdames Norman, Spotswpbd and' Christof- _ ferson. •. '-/.'s •'^B Saturday eVebing'at the home »B of Joann. Norman, a group of high school friends met to honor Dorene Bonham on her 17th birthday. Ganies, dancing and refreshi ^i ^i ments were enjoyed by the?' guests/- • V : Strong Arm Exponents Taken At Brdnscomb Richard Williams, 22, and Winston Cassey, 20, Were taken into custody by Deputy Sherill White Friday at Branscomb and brought to the county jail for Sacramento authorities where they were wanted for strong arm robbery and contributing to the delinquency oC minors. With Cgssey was Louise Chandler, 17,'and Jeannette Gillispie, 15, was with Williams. The youths came into the Branscomb country the week before and brought the girls with' them. They ,were delivered to the Sacramento sheriff Saturday morning. Visiting in the Francis E. Oden home at 514 Mill street this week is Willis Oden,.Mr. Oden's brother, who arrived from San Francisco May 9 to stay until. Sunday. NewKern latt week, the first giant generator oF P. G. and E's new Kern Steam Plant near Balersfield, began turning out 101,000 electrical horsepower for Northem and Central California. Another and still larger generator wiU be completed later. This is the 70th ttiaiot power plant in P. G. and E's system... already one of the nation's largest... ond the first major unit in a $400,000,000 postwar program to. add nearly two million horsepower in generating capacity. Other plants are on the way, some ncar- ing completion. ,Construction is going full speed ahead all along the line. Four towering boilers, a full eight ctoriei high, produce superheated steftmthat makes generators whirl. 40 freight cars of material n^t Into each boiler. They burn either gas or oil to make steam at SaST. — four I mesas hot «8 that from your tea- Lsttle. It's sent to the turbines under tremendous pressure. It mighty package oT power... this generator is the heart of Kem. It was ordered originally in 1941, re-ordered after V-J Day and received only this year. Beneath its hood, the precision-made generating unit turns at 1800 revolutions per minute, pouring out new electrical energy for homes, farms and factories. the first Ksm unit; ij"' enough powar . and San Jose Tons of parts werebmught "^-^ .— in 1)y plane to s^ei. construction steam output of the4 Kem boil«r« would run Z\ giant freighttoco- motiiKs at full speed Work never stops on our power-building program MtinC OAI AND llltTmC COMPANY

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