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Whitehorse Star, v. 42, no. 49, Friday, December 4, 1942.

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Frc-- mi? rii kfTfrr-rre- : rs iHifop CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY Vol. 42. No. 49. WHTTEHORSE. YUKON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1942 Subscription $3.00 V; BRIG-GE- N. J. A. O'CONNOR MERCY FLIGHT UNDER STATES MAINTENANCE SUB-ZER- O WEATHER WORK ALCAN HIGHWAY PILOTED BY LES COOK WILL BE CARRIED ON " SAVES SOLDIER'S LIFE. UNINTERRUPTEDLY. By SAM JACKSON (By Lt. Richard L. Neuberger) (Associated Press Maintenance work on the Alcan Correspondent International Highway will be con- tinued An emergency roadside landing strip, one of many constructed al6,V throughout the Arctic winter, the new Alaska Highway, has sav- ed Brigadier General James A. O'Con- nor, a soldier's life and brought com- mendation commanding the Northwest to two Army medical ol-fic- ers. Service Command, has announced ' . . . :',:;: Geneal O'Connor also declarer4 : Near death of a ruptured appen- dix, that many sections of the road Sergeant James West lay in tv would be improved and widened. remote Donjek River ' Crossing camp he highway is in actual service too ill to In to move. response .r already," he stated, "but much fin- ishing telegraphed appeal, two pnysiciai;s work remains to be done. of the Northwest Service Commaiui This work will be carried forward continually." THE VOLKHOV FRONT base hospital steuued yito -- a plain, in a.: swirling snowstorm and 10 b-l- ow The Highway was formally open- ed Picture shows German airmen, who baled out when their aircraft zero temperature. November 20, with an internat- ional was shot down, on their way to a Red Army headquarters for interrog- ation; ' ' They were Capt. William T. Joyce ceremony at Kluane Lake . : ' '; ', - : : participated in by military and civi- lian U. S. S. R. Official Photograph. of Scranton, Pa., and Lieut. Eugerk Maskowitz of Mount Vernon, N. Y. leaders of the United States and Canada. The first trucks have EDMONTON With five army trucks forming :.n NAMED VALIDITY OF ORDERS reached Fairbanks in the heart o." "L" and illuminating a roadsiik ADMINISTRATIVE HEAD- QUARTERS BY GOV'T CONTROLLERS with their headlights, Pilot Alaska, with Corporal Otto Gronke strip TO BE TESTED BEFORE of Chicago and Private Bob! Bo 'e FOR U. S. Leslie Cook of Whitehorse set his SUPREME COURT. of Minneapolis at the wheel of the CONSTRUCTION WORK. plane dawn alter a two-and-a-hali'-h- our f rst vehicle ever to travel overland battle with storm and dark- - The Supreme Court of Canada to America's largest Territory1. According ' to reports recently is- sued ness. The officers hastened to -- in was on Tuesday asked to give a rul- ing General O'Connor, who had from Washington, D. C, Col. improvised operating room in thi on the validity of orders issued charge of constructing the southern Theodore Wyman. Jr., has been ap- - j end of a rough barracks and' per- -' by wartime controllers in the vari- ous - pointed- - divisional engineer;' for the J formed a successful operation. section of the road and who is now government departments. Some U. S. Army engineers w'th head- quarters The official commendation l-- v in charre of operation along its en of the orders, it is stated, have al- ready at Edmonton. His staff heroism, signed by Col. F. M. S tire 1, 630-mi- le length, stated that he been the subject of recent and his staff were working on de- tailed will be composed of one hundred or adverse court decisions hence the Johnson of the Army Engineers was more engineers and other technic- ians Handed them here today. plans for the actual use of reference to the Supreme Court. some of whom are now en the Highway. Such reference .will provide a test route to their headquarters from the WHO ORDERED "Every effort will be made," he for all wartime control Orders-i- n ADMIRAL said, "to haul to Alaska this winter United States. The division wl!l (C uncil and those issued by tha SCUTTLING FRENCH FLEET the maximum amount of freight operate under the direction pf Br,- -, con,rollers of the various govern NOW REPORTED A possible. While this takes place, adier-Gener- al James A. O'Connor, ment wartime departments. PRISONER IN GERMANY- - officer of the North- west commanding crews of soldiers and civilians wil! ' O; ' Service Command. widen certain stretches, complaie VICHY GOVERNMENT Admiral Jean De La Borde, com- mander rock work, and buttress bridges REJECTED BY A CLOSE of the French , home fleet, against the push of the spring chiefs of staff committee and as on.; MAJORITY DECLARATION who gave the orders for the mass breakup." vast, common pattern lor victory, WAR QN ALLIES- - scuttling at Toulon last Friday, is in One of the main ; problems, Gen- eral he said. ! . . , ''. u.. ,.,' thot the hands of the Germans, French ' it nas now ueeu uisliwcu .". O'Connor said, would be oper- - He said ,it is possible but unike- -' n . Amdo-Americ- an forces naval sources said last night. atmg the road in the extremely coia,iythat victory will come in iv-it- , anded in North Africa Germany Previously. Admiral De La Boidc temperatures which prevail between but the Allied production chiefs are Hpnianded tnat Vichy France de- - had. been variously reported as : r-res- ted Watson Lake and Fairbanks. "The j taking no chances their plans are c wgr on the United Nations or as having gone to his cold will be an obstacle," he stated, concerned with 1944 and oeyona. j faut the vicny cabinet, by the close death either on the destroyed bat- tleships "but like the other obstacles it will As an illustration of what has j majority of 8 to 6, declined to ac-be- en Dunkerque or Strasbourg. be overcome." done, Lyttleton said Britain j qUjesce m the demand, The French naval sources said he will place an emphasis on fighter j The Allies landing in Norh was interned as a civilian by the UNITED NATIONS ARE planes in the future and the United Africa was as unexpected as it was Germans at Aix-en-Provcn- ce. PLANNING ON DELIVERING states on bombers although both dramatic and forceful and nvgv Due to Retire ENEMY HARDEST BLOWS countries will continue to make all htreafter be regarded as one of the He was to have retired on Nov. 14 NEXT YEAR. types of aircraft. turning ' points in the war and in, but retained his post at the ex- pressed of Canada, favour of the United Nations. Te The tank programs desire of -- Marshal P-- ' Oliver Lyttleton, British minister French fleet at have of the Britain scuttling and the United States and he gave the orders to destroy of production, stated in Washington, their own officers, was been standardized and fully integ- - Toiilin, by the ships just two days .before his D. C, Monday that Canada, the c:v,jnhui1dine wiU be con another incident -- which was as dra- - said. birthday, they ; United States and Britain had ai-rang- ed in the United States be-- 1 m?.Vc as it was disastrous from tlw rentrated made -- partitions Borde Admiral De La pr their 1943 war production ,. nrp not making ships in German view-poin- t. These two suici-'- t to bring the maximum both the Germa-- . s for the mass fleel miotas so as the:Un:ted stateS) you ar making incidents caught werk- - ' and in recent impact on the enemy next yean " and Vichy government off guar; months ago, jracles the se'ti.-o- f m,ra ' he inspected personally The three countries, all mem- - plans llnstrated the de- - and without any pre-arrang- ed other arnuv; -- ments bers of the combined production , The mm,steT . integra- - to circumvent any such pre-med- it- explosives and s" oration annteg major uni and resources board, have integrat- -' Free of ated actio 0n the par of the Free aboard every ed theirndividual production pro- - "ln cam- - French people or the United NaU the port where some 00-o- dd sli.'s with the leiernng iu were anchored. grams in conformity jong strategic pirns of the .combined ..paigns. .:. t PAGE - TWO THE WHITEHORSE STAR, WHITEHORSE. YUKON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1942 cn rWnlv at the roots of many of our social evils the greatest stress will be devoted to the moral' and "Voloo of the Yukon' spiritual up-li- ft of human society. This is the one phase which affects V An Independent Journal us each and everyone irrespective of creed, race or nationality. Herein we shall , each have a part to play Published every Friday !'x and a duty to perform not only for Whitehorse, Yukon Territory benefit our advancement and welfare but of also humanity for the as The White Pass and Yukon Route On the Trail of '98 a whole. When the call comes, as come it will, let us be ready to The Gateway Route of Comfort, Safety and Service to measure up to what is expected of Member of Canadian Weekly . us; lef us assume whole-hearted- ly Yukon Territory, Atlin District and Interior Alaska- - individual responsibilities to Newspapers' Association. our human society and quit ourselves AIRPLANE SERVICE HORACE E. MOORE Publisher like men. By so doing we will "find our welfare in the general plane service, making connections northbound and south, good" and realize to the fullest, bound with steamers at Skagway. Serving Whitehorse, Let us have faith that right makes extent the inner satisfaction- - that wo are fulfilling our own destiny in Carmacks, Selkirk, Mayo and Dawson. For information might; and in that faith let us to the sphere in which it has pleased apply to the end dare to do our duty as we any God to place, us. understand it. Lincoln. WHITE PASS AGENT, or 17 Commerce Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. DECEMBER 4, 1942 Gems of Cbougbt RJGIITNESS THE ASHES OF THE PAST Would you be exempt from un- - Upon the ashes of the past we i easiness; do nothing you know or must build for the future. The past, even suspect is wrong. Rules oi with all its errors and achievements, Life. forms the , foundation upon which our plans for the future will be Let a man try faithfully, manfully drawn and our structure erected. to be right, he will daily grow more ' It follows that upon how much and more right. It is at the bottom we have learned and gained by past of the condition on which all men experience, the objects we have in have to cultivate themselves. Car- - view and the manner in which the !yle. r'r" . ; :' re-constru- ction will be under-tak- n and carried out that the world of There is no right without a par- allel tomorrow will be made to conform duty, no liberty without the to our purposes and requirements' supremacy of the law, no high des- tiny 'Hitherto the human' equation has without earnest perseverance, been alt but left out of consideration no greatness without self-deni- al. in this busy woil'v-a- - day world of Lieber. ' ours. Too much tirptj and consider- ation ; has been devoted to the sub- - Never, with the Bible in our hands, WHITEHORSE EDMONTON ject of 'economics and 'utile t no can we deny rights to another, ibaily except Sunday, via time to the needs a'nd requirements which, under the same circum-clai- m Watson Lake, Fort Nelson, Fort of the human element. The result stances, we would for cur St. John, Grand Prairie. Lv. ias (been that for the most part selves. Gardiner Spring, Wbitehorse 8.30 a. m., Y. T. this world's riches have been ac- - cumulated and controlled by the Holiness, meekness, patience, hu-le- w WHITEHORSE VANCOUVER at the expe-is- e of the many. Yet mility, self-deni- al, and self-sacrifi- ce, notwithstanding this irrefutable fact j faith, love,,, each is might, and Daily except Sunday, via there are still .those who look to a j every gift of the spirit is might. Fort St. John. Prince George. re-alignm- ent of our economic sys- tem -- Hare. Lv. Whitehorse 8.30 a. m.t Y. T. as the primary if not the sole SPIRIT OF THANKFULNESS means of providing a solution to the WHITEHORSE DAWSON CITY many social ills which afflict the, Epicurus- - says, "gratitude is a world today. Little do they realise virtue that has commonly profit an- nexed Lv. Whitehorse 9.00 a. m . the chaotic condition, economically 'to it." And 'where is the Tuesday-Thursda- y. Returning speaking, confronting the whole virtue that has not? Seneca! Lv. Dawson City 9.00 a. m. world today. Wednesday-Frida- y. There are others with a wider From David learn to give thanks vision and a deeper and more accur- ate for everything. Every furrow in Information and reservations: knowledge of worid conditions, the Book of Psalms is sown witn J. A. Barber, Canadian Pacific as they exist today, who hold that seeds of thanksgiving. Jeremy Air Lines, Whitehorse. our present economic system is al-- ': Taylor. ready in the discard and that, the ! ' New Social Order now in the mak-- : Our thanks should be as. fervent (Yukon Division: Services of Yukon ing will assign to economics its pro-- for mercies received as bur petitions Southern Air Transport.) per place in human affairs but will for mercies, sought. Charles Sim-n- ot permit it to become in the fut-jmon- s. ure, as it has been in the past, the j While no offering can liauidalp controlling force in human destinv. one's debt of gratitude to God, the Briefly stated it is contended that ferVent heart and willing hand are our whole social structure the world not unknown to or unrewraded by AIR LINES over is about to under-g- o a pro-- j Him. Mary Baker Eddv found change, the like of which has If gratitude is due from man to never been known before and the how much from man, more man to TA$SSNGS MAIl EXPRESS repercussions of which will be heard his Maker! Joseph Addison like a clarion cry around the world. Pride slays thanksgiving, but an Far-reachi- ng and important a? 1 humble mind is the soil out of this particular phase of the New , which thanks naturally grows. H. Social Order will be, since it strikes W. Beecher Let the Star be your regular weekly letter home. FRIDAY, .DECEMBER 4, 1942 'HIE VVHTOIORSK STAR. WlilTKHORKE. YUKON . , ,, w. 1 - A A A V i- -i U 1' f'" " ' - .'ir ; 'aAw "tB. , 1 S jaw 41' J t v In ancient Egypt man brewed beer, find down through the ages man has brewed better with each passing year profiting by the experience of those who went before. Today, when you drink delicious, zestful Old Style, you can know the world produces no finer refreshment. MRS. WINSTON CHURCHILL . A charming stuay of tne.wiie oi Britain's Prime Minister. Among her many and valuable war activities, Mrs. Churchill is perhaps best known for her work in connection with medical aid for Russia. WARNING SOUNDED AGAINST ECONOMIC REt 1MENTATI0N AFTER BUY CONCLUSION OF WAR. UJflR ' Expressing fear that the present SAVINGS policies of the Dominion govern- ment CERTIFICATES may well lead to a regiment- ation KlTll CAPlLANO BREWING CO., LTD. of economic life in Lmes of ' VANCOUVER. BX., peace, Walter P. ZeUer, Montreal, 'BVT1 president of Zeller's Ltd., addressed members of the Edmonton Kiwams MOBILIZATION DEPT. ; rVw, U1 iNOv BEING OPERATED tun cii we ividcuunaiu uuiei iau Monday. .. BY DEPT. OF LABOR. Speaking on "Post-W- ar Freedom" This advertisement is not publishedor displayed by the Government of Mr. Zeller warned that unless the OTTAWA, . Dc?. 1. Compulses Yukon Territory. disastrous confusion of thought on aobiliation enters the selectiv-"- . the question of regimentation ol xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxj xixmrx:?ii:Saizixii. jivice set-u- p today after more than Canada's economic life is challenged. vo years under the direction of the vigorously and candidly, serious dangers with respect to the econ- omic kVar Services Department.-- ; S Fresh V 1 Butter transfer of the departmental structure of the nation lie urisdiction from war services?'"; to Cured a ! 1 MM M ahead. Try BURNS He stated that faith,- - honor, hard tabor took place without interrup- tion a Meats VI Shamrock Brand Oankry Gutter of the functioning of the mach- inery needed M U Eggs work and clear thinking are built sin:e the summer ot M to win this war, but that these es- sentials up K L. R. LaFleche 1940 by Maj.-Ge- n. of freedom are needed just H as badly in times of peace. now capacity war of services associate minister, deputy in minb-e- r im H a Hums' Famous Shamrock Brand Products Future Dangers , of that department. B He pointed out that nothing he New Officials has said is intended drectly or in- directly to criticize the principle While in recent months the mach- inery B You Can Buy No Better9 ' h?s been administered 'direct-- ' that the Dominion government Gen. LaFleche, a member ol H by should exercise trie fullest control y M . 'he became war. M o r n"T s nee over the lives of Canadians and W necessary services minister early in October, ifif nr X. C mf I ZrZA over Canada's resources, but that it now wilr be administered by tvoitj UU! 113 IX VUI 1 1 UQi I V LIIIIILIJ. to a maximum war effort, assistant directors of national the point he was attacking was the tmTtzxxxxxzxTyTTrxrxTTyrTxxxxxTxxzxTxxxiixinxiTi -- elective service, iviaj. uen, i. u dangers of a continuation on the Tremblay of Quebec and Maj.-Ge- n. pnr? of the government of policies essential in times of war, during Harold Riley will of work Winnipeg.-The- y under Arthur Yukon Electrical Company, Ltd. times of peace. ! MacNamara, director ot nauon.j. Vrppf'nTn in the future, as in the Will be pleased to consult who, in turn, re- - selective service, i u i;, ; thP PPSI, musi iinsi ue Mitchell ; -- Labor Minister to P you regarding: diUy .of the o man, conscience in procedur. and love until of righteousness me iear pi are planted. contemplated under the new set-u- p Light, Power. Supplies and Installations is the examination of every man in shall deeo in the human heart all the classes liable to compulsory ser- vice the same fears, be-hounde- d by medical boards, in- stead c- -, smviPti'ps. the same disillu by army ut W H I T E H 0 R S E. Y. T. ' before of - by private physicians as life sionment that spoiled present. this wrf' he said. STAK. WHITKHOKSK. YUKON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1942 PAGE FOUR mE . w MTKHOKSB Sweeping Post, War Social Christmas Gift Security Planned for Britain As Disclosed in Blue Print Questions Just Made Public. On Tuesday Sir , William Beve-ride- e. total, money involved in present in- surance submitted' his momentous programs' which cover a blueprint of British post-w- ar social ( smaller field unsatisfactory, accor 1-rc- lorms, advocating almost univer- - ing to the report, I. How Much Shall I Spend ? sal state insurance and sweeping in 1945, Beveridge said, the p." -- economic enabla would collect and disbu to reorganizations gram .i k AAA AA n 1 ai it . 7 MOT nSY t t That's Your Business. "Britain to abolish want among me $i,u,wv,wv, ui rank and file of her citizenry, the 1945 national income. The report, in preparation at the The proportion of the national in- come 2. What Shall I 6et ? social insurance direction of the cabinet for IS involved in rr,u-,- c rr.nncpri 'a tatP-- a idpfl and ! thus would be raised from 7 7 pt? state-controll- ed insurance plan,' cent to 11 per cent 'and all types of 3. Where Will I Get Them ? reaoh ing from the cradle to' the j services would be re-calcul- ated on ' and scientiific bays actuarial- - grave; : '. . v an n Would cover normal unemploy- ment, rather than on political or quasi-politic- al THAT'S OUR BUSINESS! health, accidents, marriages, "grounds. Beveridge tn; childbirths, family allowances for produced'"- - a scheme, of stagger - children, and retirement pensions dimensions, observers pointed out. . for aged persons. ' Beveridge, himself described hi: Let Us Help You Select. Drastic Reorganization Planned proposals as 'a revolution, yes, but The report was released unex- pectedly a British revolution." He said tha to the public Tuesday. Sev- eral under his plan Britain could abolbh days earlier than planned. want after the war "without go'i g ' The report recommended a dras- tic Bolshevist." ; reorganization of Britain's cost- ly For example, the report empha and widely criticized social in- surance ized, under the present unemploy- ment Wra pping Materia I and allied Services. Tts insurance program as in? ':- - sv eeping recommendations entailed . tuted by the Baldwin, Chamberl 'n' the redistribution of not more than and Churchill governments, an u;.-1- 0 Seals to 11 per cent of the national in- - , employed married man with two come, but the report was expected to children receives ?8 shillings (?7.0. cause wide-spre- ad debate among . a week for 25 weeks after which h War Savings Bonds. politicians of all parties. j insurance stops and he and his farr.- - Most of the redistributed national ; ily are turned over to the pub.ic income would be siphoned from the j assistance board. workers' wages through a "national Under the Beveridge propo s- - nrity fund" from which it woui I the same man would receive 6 Northern Commercial Co. Ltd find its way back to the workers shill:n's ($11.20) weekly with 'it again. ' , ' : , any time limitations and without The cpst of Beveridge plan to tax-'payer- ? cross-eximinati- on re?ardn nr Vnuld'- - be :..?," 5. 000 pqun savingss or relatives who might ; aid (1,404,000,000) as compared with in his family's support. Lo;,,Uj(.i 000 pounds; ($i,060,00o) un- der The same man, as a contributor to the present system of insurance Britain's current health insurance Insured persons of all classes wouiJ program would receive $3.60 weekly pay $776,000,000 compared win for 13 weeks after which the pay-me- nt $276,000,000 now contributed by the would be reduced to aba.! working class alone. 'Employers $1.50 a week. would be required to pay $548,000 -- 000 instead of $332,000,000 as iV present. CORRESPONDENCE One Compulsory Insurance Scheme The treasury subsidy to the social National War Finance Committee security fund would remain the 1227 Vancouver Block , same $60,000,000 under the Beve ' Vancouver, B. C. ridge proposals, and the total cot November 26, 1942. for the expended social servi'-j- s The Ediitor, would be $2,788,000,000 compaitc The Whitehorse Star, with the present cost c $1,323,000 -- 000. Whitehorse, Y. T. ...., Dear Sir, In two carefully documented We have just received advice of plans, Beveridge proposed telescop- ing 71 applications amounting to $8,000 Britain's public welfare schemes from the Royal Canadian Air Foico into a single" compulsqry insuran .: personnel stationed at Fort Rich- ardson, system embracing 46,500.000 men, Alaska.,, women and youths of all classes As Whitehorse is the nearest Un.t "The purest feri j from Dukes to dustmen. Hou:r to Fort Richardson we are crediting in which tobacco Ml wives and seamstresses would be this amount to your Unit. can be smoked" Vf j Vir i included in the all-embrac- ing plans. Yours very truly, All workers would contribute to WM. E. THOMPSON, Gentlemen: 'ertaking of extinguishing the blaz-'- . a common pool and all would dr w Organizer, On November 10 our old he.id it is.,certain that we would have lost according to their needs from a nat- ional Yukon-Atlin-Pea- ce River Division. ouarters buldin?. leased from th- - oractically our entire set of 'bui'-l-ing- s security fund to which all un- attached NOTE: With the above amount ! r.c.M.P., caught fire and burned U together with many of the individuals from 16 to GO added to the total already subscrib the ground. While this 'pss was un- fortunate, valuable records contained theiv:-- 1 and all employers, employees and ed the quota set for this district has the fact that; the ' sur- rounding Allow me to congratulate you a!! the state would contribute. now all but been reached. buildings which comprised on your fine work and to expi.v Bold Jump of 60 Per Cent ' ' i our headquarters and officers quart- ers my deepest appreciation to y" In the beginning perhaps in 194"5 Headquarters i were virtually unharmed was efficient organization for the hK1 the fund would amount to $2,7Grt,-000.00- 0, Whitehorse Sector A lean Highway due in ho small part to the efforts you gave us in our time of need. equal to about 11 per ceil Cjo.s Postmaster, Seattle, Washington rf the members of your organizat- ion. Sincerely yours. of the estimated national income for November 27, 1942. E. G. PAULES. that year. That figure represents I Whitehorse Fire Department, Without your spted'd he?p and Colonel, Corps of Engineers a bold jump of 60 per cent from the Whitehorse, Y. T. cooperation w in this dangerous ' un- - Commanding. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1942 THE WH1TKI10RBE STAR, WIHTEIIORSE YUKON PAGK FIVE feet on each side of the base line. Registration of document any $2.00 When $500.00 has been expended Other claims shall not exceed five Recording an abandonment $2.00 or naid th lnw , ,... hundred feet in length by one thou- sand it it affects more than one claim ing a survey made, and . upon vom feet in depth. Claims shall be For each additioHal claim ... $1.00 plying with other requirements, ob- tain as nearly as possible rectangular in Abstract of Title a' lease for a' 'term; cf . twenty-on- e form and shall be marked by two For first entry $2.00 years With the right to renewal Synopsis of Mining Law legal posts, one at each end of the For each additional entry ...... .50 for further terms of twenty-on- e claim, numbered "1" and "2" re- spectively. For copy of Document-- Up years.. Claims located prior to July Yukon Territory Location posts of creek to 200 words .... .. $2.50 7, 1917 may Upon fulfilling similar' claims shall be placed on the base For each additional 100 words .50 requirements, be Crown Granted. line, and of all other claims parallel For grant of water Leases, renewals of leases, and to the base iine, and on the side of ''' . For RO inrhpc nr loco ' ........... tinnn - ""n.w .v VAV.VV iiutinueuis reiaung 10 leased claims the claim nearest the creek river or For 50 to. 200 inches $25.00- - shall be recorded with the Any person eighteen years of age towards which it fronts. Mining " or over shall have the right to enter, For 200 to 1,000 inches $50.00- - Recorder hr triplicate. ' locate, prospect and mine, upon any A discoverer shall be entitled to a For each additional 1,000 inches 4: schedule of Fees ; lands in the Yukon Territory, claim 1,500 feet in length, and a or traction thereof $50.00 Recording every claim $10.00 whether vested in the Crown or party of two discoverers two claims, QUARTZ MINING For a substitutional record $10.0(1 otherwise, for the minerals defined each of 1,250 feet in length. ' Application for a lease $10.00. in the Yukon Quartz Mining Act The boundaries of Subject to the. boundaries of other ,For a certificate of improve- - any claim may claims in good standing at the time and the Yukon Placer Mining Act, rnents 5.00 be enlarged to the size of a claim with certain reservations set out in of its location, a mining claim shall If recorded within 14 days after ; allowed by the if Act, the enlarge- ment be in and shall rectangular shape the said Acts. expiry date ;.. $5.00 does not interfeie with the not exceed 1,500 feet in length by If after 14 days and within No person shall enter for mining rights of other persons or terms of 1.500 feet in width. three months $15.00 any agreement with the crown. purposes or shall mine upon lands If after three months and with- in Every claim shall be marked on owned or lawfully occupied by an- other An application for a claim may be six months. ,$25.00' the ground by two legal posts, one until adequate security has filed with the Mining . Recorder at each extremity of the location ' Recording every certificate of . been furnished to the satisfaction of within ten days after being located line, numbered"l." and "2" respect- - work ' '$5-0- 0 the Mining Recorder for any joss or if within ten miles of the Recorder's ively. ' On the side of No. 1 post For a certificate of partnership $5.00 damage which may be thereby office. One extra day shall be al- lowed faring No. 2 post shall be inscribed Recording assignment, abandon caused. for every additional ten miles the name of the claim, a letter in- dicating ment, amaaviis, or any oiner or fraction thereof. A claim be document 1 $2.50 may No. 2 Where claims are being located the. direction to post, located on Sunday or any public If document affects more than which are situated more than one the number of feet to the right or hundred miles from the Mining Re- corder's holiday. left of the location line, the date of one claim, for each additional claim . . . . . $1.01) the locators, noteless location and the name of the locator. office, recorded Any person having a For granting period of six than five in number, are authorized claim shall not have the right to lo- cate On No, 2 post, on the side facing No. months within which to re- cord' to meet and appoint one of their another claim in the valley or 1 post, shall be inscribed the name ' . . . . ... . $4.00 number as emergency recorder, basin of same creek within sixty of the claim, the date of location, For an abstract of the record of who shall as soon as possible deliver days of locating first claim. 'and the name of the locator. a claim: - the application and fees received to .': .Title." The claim shall be recorded with- in For the first entry $4.00 the Mining Recorder for the District. fifteen days if located within ten For each additional entry .;"0 a Any person having complied with miles of the mining Recorder's of- fice; For copies of any document re- corded If two or more persons own the provisions of the Act with res- pect one additional day shall be al- lowed where same do not shall contri- bute claim, each such person proportionately to his interest to locating and recording a for every additional ten miles exceed three folios $4.00 claim shall be entitled to a grant or fraction thereof. ' Where such copies exceed three to be done to the work required lor one year and shall have the ab- solute folios, 30 cents? per folio for thereon, and when proven to the Adjoining claims not. exceeding right of renewal from year every folio over three. Gold Commissioner that he has not be grouped, number to' year thereafter, provided during eight in may For recording a power of at- torney done so his interest may be vested representation work each year he does or causes to be , the necessary to stake from one in the other co-own- ers. done $200.00 worth of work of the for each claim may then be per- formed person . . . . .' '; '' , $4.00 The survey of a claim made by a claim, files with the Mining Recor- der on any one or more of the For recording a power of attor- ney duly qualified Dominion Land Sur- veyor within fourteen days after the claims in the group. to stake from two per- -' shall be accepted as defining expiration of the claim an affidavit Every, application for a full claim : sons ' '' $rt.0() absolutely the boundaries of the showing a detailed statement of the shall be made on Form "A" and for For recording an assignment: or ' claim surveyed, provided the survey work, 'and pays the required renewal a Fractional claim on Form "A-l- ". other document .relating 1-- ! a is approved by the proper author-- , fee. 'V' '';"'::'" quartz mining lease $.'i.00 ity and remains unprotested during No person is entitled to locate Rental,, .whole .or fractional min- - GROUPING than one claim in the same oral claim granted under the period of advertisement. mor e lease for term of 21 . $50.00 Under certain conditions claims mining district within twenty days. years'. A person about to undertake a Rental for renewal term of 21 and the work re- quired may be grouped claim is bona fide prospecting trip may se- cure; to entit.e The timber on a mineral years , ....... $200.00 to be performed until the Mining Recorder Recorder reserved from the Mining to renewals of . Dredffinff the owner or owners to record at his certifies that the same is required written permission the several claims grouped may be on the A lease may be issued for a per-- , months. for use in mining -- operations within' six own risk a claim performed on any one or more of Claim. The Commissioner, however, iod of fifteen years for a continuous A. legal post must stand four feet the claims in the grouping. If the issue a permit to holders of stretch of river not exceeding ten above the ground, squared or faced claims grouped , are owned by more other may claims to remove the timbers miles in length giving the exclusive partnership right to dredge for gold, silver and inches and than one person a operations for the upper eighteen for use in their mining tne creating a joint and platinum. The lessee must have at measuring four inches across agreement where other timber is not readily faced portion The post must be several liability on the part of all available. least one dredge in operation on the the owners for the joint working of leasehold within three years: firmly fixed in the ground. the,, claims shall be executed and Title Petroleum and Natural Gas jy A A .J J shall be deem- - filed with the Mining Recorder. having complied with A lease may be issued for' a per- iod ed to convey priority of right, uer- - Any person of twenty-on- e years' lor an area . - i i J Taxes and Fees provisions of. the Act with re- gard tain disputes may be heard ana ue-termi- ned the recording a of not to exceed 1.020 acres giving, and by a Board of Arbitrators. Royalty at the rate of two and to locating hold it for the right to the petroleum and nat- ural to .mi the value of claim shall be entitled cent, one-ha- lf per on gas on the area leased. A rent- al Grants'" of claims grouped or own- ed Yukon from the date of the record from the one year all gold shipped, is charged, of 50 cents per aero by one person may be made re- newable Territory shall be paid to the Com- ptroller. and thereafter from year to year, for the first year and $1.00 nor acre do.?s on the same date. provided during .each year he, , the for each subsequent year. be done work on to For grant to a claim for or causes MINING Office PLACER $10.00 claim to the value of $100.00 and Assay water one year within fourteen days after, the An Assay Office is maintained by shall, natural of grant Creeks means any For renewal of of the year, satisfy the the Government at Vancouver width exniration course having an average Tf renewed within 14 days Recorder max ine- - i '- - w oie iwihm h-- u imhh .m- - and fifty feet $10.00 Minim less than one hundred after expiry date and the Certificate ritory will be purch.ased at its lull done, pay between its banks. ;if after , 14 days and within 3 been dollars hundred value. $3000 of Work fee. One v Creek claims shall not exceed five months in lieu of assessment G. .A. .lECKV.n. be paid and within 6 imv months 3 hundred feet in length, measured If after . . Controller, $45.00' work. along the base line.' by one thousand -- months ' LIE W H 1 TK1 lOKS E STAR . WH ITKHORSEy YUKON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1942 PAGE SIX - : ; : Local Happenings Enjo W Mr. Nickovich of the White Pass Mr. W." S. Drury left by C. P. A. plane last week tor the coast to con- sult Grill and will left Wednesday be absent for for the the coast next We expect a full line of Skis to a specialist. month or two: arrive on this week's boat. Mrs. R. Lowe left by C. P. A. plane this .week for the Outside on SKATING RINK OPEN SKI POLES, SKI WAX, an extended trip. ANY DAY NOW. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson left , By the end of this week the local SKI FASTENINGS the City skating rink, situat3cl near coast where they for the yesterday Hospital, will be open to the public CURLING BROOMS will spend the next few months. for skating purposes. Later on, an j ice-hock- ey league will be lormed A large warehouse, filled with with teams entered from ihe Army CHILDREN'S SLEIGHS food supplies was completely de- stroyed and from the civilian, populace in by fire at Carcross the early and around Whitehorse. . part of this week. The rink is bein? renovated and Christmas Vegetables will be in excellent condition lor all-lover- s Miss Jessie MacLean ofjthe C P. of the figure- - sport by the To avoid disappointment place your A. staff here in charge of reservat- ions end of this, week' The Army is put- ting ' ' left last week by plane on a the rink, in t tip-to- p condition for ' .. orders now. visit to her home in Edmonton. a winter of fun, and preparations :,v:. and plans are being formulated to Tfl-YLORiDRUR- Y Ltd accomodate capacity "crowds every Mr. Menzies, former principal at and evening. Thi s is not strict- ly ' day the public school in Dawson, has . an Army project fw the enter- tainment been appointed manager of the local of it's oa'H men, but is for branch, National Selective Service, Unemployment Insurance Commis- sion. everybody to visa and enjoy throu- ghout VAVAV.V.'.V;. -- X- the ccmina winter months. yj. His office is on the upper In order that everybody may 'en- joy Office. . floor of the Post "the ice" this winter, the child- ren will be . allowed to use the rink Mr. and Mrs. J. Morrison leit exclusively from 2 to 5 p. m. each yesterday for the coast where they day Mondays to Fridays inclusive. will make their future home. Mr. Adults may use ' the ice" at any Morrison was until recently section other tme. For skating at night, foreman in the employ of the W. P. battery the rink will be lighted by a & Y. R. They have been residents of floodlights. here for a number of years. Their It is hoped that good use will be many friends wish them the best of made of the ice and that many, who luck for the future. never before had the opportunity, will come out and enjoy the fun to cxxxxx rYTTTTTTYxrrrrxxxxxxj be derived from the newly renovat- ed Christ lihurch - Anglican- - rink. THE OLD LOG CHURCH SOLDIER'S FILMS MAKE Whitehorse HIT WITH G I.'S Rev. L. G. Chnppell, L. Th. - Rectbr. . A most interesting evening wu3 BRITISH WAR SECRETARY AND HOME C-AN- D-C SEE BIG SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6th, provded by Pvt. Puhr's travelogue "ACTIVT2 SERVICE" EXERCISE 10.00 a. m. Sunday School. of Alaska, last Sunday evening, at a A large scale exercise in which the most modern Army equipment 11.00 Morning Prayer , showing in the local theatre which a. m. "was used, was carried out in the Br'ti'sh Eastern Command Area. Gen- eral generously donated to the Army 7.30 p. m. Evening Prayer. was Sir Bernard Paget, C-in- -C Horn Forces, and Sir James Grigs by Mr. Alguire for the showing. riTTiiiiTmnniiiixiii Secretary of State for war were present. For four days large bodies oi Among the highlights of the tra- velogue troops lived and worked under fuL1 active service conditions. was shots of .glaciers., a ship Picture shows: Infantry supporting "Covenanter" tanks as they ad- vance. rTTTTTITTTiHIIIIIIIII frozen in the ice, native Esklmoes at These men have to deal with crews of captured tanks, establish rTTTTTTTTTTyrTTTTTTTTTTTtn home and at work, and some of the strong points and carry out general "moppmgrup operations. "BUILD WESTERN PAYROLLS" most beautiful scenery ever filmed of Alaskans thrilling hinterland. JOHN FINK, ATLIN WANTED Lady to care for 2-v- cPf fPT A very instructive commentary A PATRON 1 old daughter Sun- days OLD-TIME- R DIES. daily except was added by Pvt. Puhr to add even while mother works. Your more to an already most enlighten- ing cinematic document. This John Fink, an Old-Tim- er of Atlin. ,home or mine. Box C. Star Office. FOR 8 (f? something passed away in St. Andrew's Hos- pital chronicle of Alaska is WILL PAY CASH-Fo- r house or iot where he had ben yesterday that every man or woman in, or or both. Will consider anything JVAP0RATE0 the North a patient for the past ten days suf- fering YEARS M who expects to visit in affliction. " He , Box D, Star Office. throat country should by all me;:n; see.' from a was' found lying sick in his cabin We have a letter from up-coun- try ixiixiiirxxxrrxxxxxxxxxxi fifteen miles out of Atlin by Melvin The writer states SACRED HEART Beckman who played the part of has used "all kinds of she IV. H. THEATRE the Good, Samaritan and took him canned . milk" but Pacific Catholic Church to the hospital. Milk continually since she began it "because of its Rev. Father Charles Hamel, O.M.I. FFICTAL WEATHER REPORT Whitehorse iTiikon richness and flavor. That From now on until further notice was eight years ago." services will be conducted at the November Shows Every a ! following times: 27 Friday 62 615 that It's only real excellence Sundays: 28 Saturday 5 18 ! could bring a milk a pre- ference Night ;5 Masses ; 7.00 and 8.30 A.M. 29 Sunday , .3 23 this. like i? ' High Mass 10.00 A.M 30 Monday . 10 "2 (Except Sundays) Benediction : 7.30 P.M. December Pacific Milk Week days: 1 Tuesday .' H 1 Pictures changed thrice Weekly. Masses . ...: 7.00 A.M. 2 Wednesday --12 5 See Bulletin Board f8r Particulars IRRADIATED or COURSE ' (In Chapel at Rectory) 3 Thursday 10 . 2 Fridays- - Benediction 7.30 P.M . ( Denotes below zero.) I i i m tm