Frc-- II'' I IP--" r I . . r A VI I Ir ' r I MJT I I I . I III II 3 torn to tartar mfr ml CUMULATING THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY I- - lMM ; 42". No. 30. Vol. WHiTEHORSE, YUKON, FRIDAY, JULY 24th 1942 if if - Subscription $3.00 Year. WHITEHORSE SOFTBALL CANADIAN AIR EXECUTIVE LEAGUE FORMED. PREDICTS GREAT FUTURE SCHEDULES ARRANGED. FOR CANADIAN AIR LINES (By Adrian P. Spidle) Huge luxury liners, of the air In order to encourage a keener hurtling along in the stratosphere at spirit of competition and to help get a speed exceeding 300 miles an hour the most out of the few weeks of will leave Canada every hour for rood softball weather remaining in Europe; passenger travel for aii the season six teams have form distances more than 400 miles away ed the Whitehorvse Softball League. will be by air, and aviation will An effort will be made to have each force the nations in each contin- ental team play three , games per week area to co-oper- ate more close- ly. i mil all have played twelve games , then the top outfits will play off for That's" the picture of the new the championship Teams which Admiiral Chester W. Nimitz, Chief of the U, S. Pacific Fleet (L) with world after the, Nazis and Japs have have entered the league to date are Two of His Staff. ... been defeated, as seen through eyes fs follows; The 691st Medicals, ihe of an intrepid, resourceful young Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, formerly Chief of the U. S. Bureau of J.'ilitary Police, the Whitehorse Edmonton aviation pioneer, Grant Novigation, assumed command of the U. S. Pacific Fleet in January, 1942. Bears, the 18th Engineers (R. S. O.) McConachie, general manager for C. He has the of being stubborn fighter and stern reputation a a discip- linarian. the 73rd Engineers, . and the Con- traction P. Airlines, Ltd., Western Division, He is 56 old WOrKers. Managers ioi' years according to Jack DeLong of the Picture shows (left to right) Admiral Chester fo iritz, Captain the teams in order named are: Ser- - Edmonton Bulletin, following a re- cent Smith and Rear-Admir- al Withers. ! leant Joseph Matthews, Sergeant interview with the Canadian Hansen, Adrian Spidle, Chas. Smith flier. and Jesus Varela. M. P. SOFTBALLERS BUDGET AMENDMENT McConachie (The Bulletin story The rules of the American Soft- - DOWN WHITEHORSE INTRODUCED IN HOUSE goes on) pioneered the sky route to l all Association will prevail and a1! EEARS 10-- 5. BY FINANCE MINISETR. Alaska which is now proving oL games will be played seven innings, tremendous strategic importance in fach team is to provide one ball, the greatest war , in history. Mc- Conachie (By Adrian P. Spidle) Hon. J. L. Ilsley, Minister of Fin- ance, new if possible, and at least one bat. is no idle dreamer. In Hansen's softball introduced in the House Tues- day Manager aggreg The tentative schedule is as foll- ows: amendment to his predicting a great new role lor the, Bears an budget ation defeated the Whitehorse '' airplane after victory is he in ....... won, whereby income tax returns will be by the score 10-- 5 in a Monday even sists he is being conservative. Friday, July 24 very ing game played at Spoilt Field. filed September 30 instead of March Whitehorse Bears vs. Construction showed 31 which allows taxpayers to begin The passenger airliner of the The Military Police again Workers. class of payment of this year's taxes on post-w- ar years will have an operat- ing strone evidence of being the Saturday, iy 25 used their .! October 15 next. Under the revised range of 4,000 miles or more, the South Yukon as they 18th Engineers vs 73rd Engineers. second-strin- g pitcher Roaiihaur schedule of payments the tax will McConachie believes, and will be remitted to the by powered by four engines develping Sunday, July 26 e government against the Bears and he p.oceeded midnight October 15, January 15, 10,000 horsepower. They will have First Game at 1.15 p. m. to hold the Locals to seven hits and i 73rd Engineers vs. Military Police. five runs. , April 15 and July lo. Collect ions pressurized, insulated cabins to in- sure from wage earners however are to comfort and safety in high alti- tudes. Second Game at end of 1st lead in the the The Bears grabbed in the 73rd Engineers vs. Whitehorse Bears "ot- - cdlleCvt'u on a mommy or week- ly Flying, stratosphere first inning on a single by Adrian basis. will make it possible to escape 95' , Third Game at end of 2nd. Bill Spidle and an outfield fly by : ' of the storms that menace the com- fort Medicals vs Construction Workers. o Gordon but the M. P.'s carve, back JAPANESE ACTIVITIES and safety of passengers at the Monday, July 27 in the second to drive Jimmy Tizhe lower levels. 18th Engineers vs Whitehorse Bears IN THE ALEUTIANS bar- rage out of the box with a six run : Tuesday, July 28 in which Hansen, Westoff, NOW ASSUMING From a business standpoint, coun- tries that fail to develop their avia- tion Military Police vs Cons. Workers. and Daniels Beeman MAJOR PROPORTIONS. Booth, Wall, will be left behind, McCon- achie Wednesday, July 29 the plate. John , paraded across j believes. Canada, which al- ways 691 st Medicas vs 73rd Engineers. Chalmers despite having pitched a j Delegate Anthony J. Dimond is has been to the fore in this re- spect, Thursday, July 30 double-heade- r the day before came f reportecj m the daily press to have should import- ant occupy a more 18th Const. Workers. Engineers vs to the mound and held I', tiw mighty i stated that he had received reports place than ever in world affairs Friday, July 31 M. P.'s to four scores and two hits j that twenty to twenty-fiv-e thousand after the war. Whitehorse Bears vs 73rd Engineers ' for the lastf ive innings, Japanese trops had been landed on Saturday, August 1 "A country will have to be pro- minent Whitehorse Bears R H the islands of Attu, Kiska and Agat- - Open Day. - Pay Day. v in aviation to hold leader- ship Military Police 11 H tu in the Aleutians. No official Sunday, August 2 after the war, McConachie con- cluded. 0 6 0 0 3 010 7 statement however has, as yet, been First Game1 at 1.15 m. p. Whitehorse Bears issued on the matter. The latest Military Police 18th Engineers. vs. 5 5 4 official communique states that 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 Second Game at end of 1st. U. S- - CASUALTIES army and navy bombers are con- tinuing Whitehorse Police The Batteries: TOTAL Bears vs. Military at the 44,143 Rcanhaus and to hammer away Third Game at end of 2nd Military Police condit- ions TO DATE. enemy whenever - weather 691st Medicals vs. 73rd Engineers. Stock. permit. U. S. submarines are Monday, August 3 Whitehorse Bears Tizhe, Chalmers attacking relentlessly through the The office of War Information at 691st Medicas Const. Workers. and MacFarlane. vs fog and rain and have sunk three Washington, D. C, announced Tues- day Tuesday, August 4 . more Japanese destroyeis raising night that the American armed Rpffl'nninrt nn ihic Haw all linnlflVPd of Wednesday, July 22: the number of enemy, ships sunk or forces have suffered 44,143 Casual- ties Standing as games in the above schedule will be P.Ct damaged to eighteen. in the war to date. This total made and schedule for the last W L up a is made up of 1 4,801 killed, 3.213 1000 half will begin after their complet- ion. Military Police 4 0 wounded and 36.124 missing. It does Whitehorse Bears 2 2 500 A while man from Outsideyas not include 1,022 known to be pris- oners Wednesday, August 5 691st Medicals 0 2 000 fined Tuesday $50 or one month's 691st Medicals vs. 18th Engineers. 18th Engineers 0 2 000 j imprisonment for stipplyi 'g an in-000ter- dict of war. 0 0 (Bertha Good) with intoxi-00- 0 The U. S." casualties during the Thursday, August 6 73rd Engineers Military Police vs. 691st Medicals. Construction Workers 0 0 cants. The fine "was paid. first World War totalled 364,800. t I
Europe. . ; ..On the other hand the- - defeat of Germany by Russia would bring swift and complete 'Voloo of the Yukon9 victory to the Allies." ; V,,, . c Unfortunately, as is pointed out An Independent Journal by Demarce Bess in his-illuminati- ng Published every Friday at article "Why Germany Must Invade England" appearing in the Satur- day c Evening Post of J une 27 last," Whitehorse, Yukon Territory we have been hampered by lack of The White Pass and Yukon Route On the Trail of '98 accurate information concerning what actually has occurred in Rus- sia' V so far. No foreign observers The Gateway Route of Comfort, Safety and Service to Member of Canadian Weekly have been allowed to witness the Yukon Territory, Atlin District and Interior Alaska- - Newspapers' Association. most important battles of the Sov iet-Germ- an war; even British and c HORACE E. MOORE - - Publisher American military observers ac- credited AIRPLANE SERVICE to Moscow have been re- fused permission to see more than plane service, making connections northbound and south- bound Let us hive faith that right makes an occasional and inconclusive with steamers at Skagway. Serving Whitehorse, might; and"-i- n that faith let us to glimpses of what was going on. Our Carmacks, Selkirk, Mayo and Dawson. For information the end dare to do our duty as we knowledge if what has happened in understand it. ' Lincoln. Russia has been restricted, for the apply to any most part, to what the Russians and w the Germans have seen fit to tell WHITE PASS AGENT, or JULY 24th, 1942 us." 17 Commerce Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. Reading between the lines in the ' " above quotations we are made to re- alize -(- )- --()- the gravity of the situation and A SECOND FRONT the grave responsibility which rests upon the shoulders of those whose We hear a lot1 nowadays about the decisions in such vital matters may opening of a second front in Europe. spell victory or defeat. No wonder Public demand for taking such a they ponder times before taking step is growing more insistent day any decisive step realizing as they by day. This is readily understand- able must do that one false move on their when one re-al- ls the various part may give rise to a calamity reverses which the United Nations which could shake the very found- ations have had to submit to in - the var- ious of civilization for generat- ions theatres of the war. But we all to come. know that, as a rule, public senti- ment is founded largely upon senti- ment and not upon the cold logic of reason. Gems of Cbougbt It is the general assumption that the opening of a second front at this time would, as a matter of course, CHRISTIANITY be entirely successful and would provide relief for our Russian allies A wise man will always be a against the German pressure which Christian, because the perfection of they are so valiantly striving to wisdom is to know where lies tran- quillity over-com- e at the present time. of mind, and how to attain Perhaps in no country has the de- mand it, which Christianity teaches. for the opening of a second , Landor. front in Europe been so insistent He who shall introduce into pub- lic - and so great as in Britain where affairs the principle of primitive most assuredly the suffering for the Christianity will change the face of past three years bars been tragic and the world. Benjamin Franklin. Insist on PILSENER ft " the sacrif iceimposed upon the Christianity is not a theory or Beer.. Enjoy f JJgtrSSN-- v 11 population great. Yet they over , speculation, but a life; not a phil- osophy thert; fully realize that a false move of life, but a life and a liv- ing made by the United Nations at this crucial time would be disastrous for process. Coleridge. After the doctrines of h6a not only might it extend the war reading IUger Plato, Socrates, or Aristotle, we feel for years but it might conceivably that the difference between change the whole course of human specific history to the decisive detriment of their words and Christ's is the dif- ference hiimanity as a whole. between an inquiry and a In times like these, when there is revelation.' Joseph Parker. so much at stake, we must learn to Christianity is the companion of make haste slowly and not be oo liberty in all its conflicts the ready to criticize those who seem- ingly cradle of its infancy, and the divine are retarding the public de- mand source of its claims. De Tocque-vill- e. but who, in reality, because . . . ''. they are more informed on the TRUE WEALTH situation than the most of us, are My riches consist not in the ex- tent being guided by both wisdom and of my possessions, but in the reason. fewness of my wants. Joseph Bro-therto- n: Without in any way minimizing our gratitude for the great part Not oaks alone are trees, nor roses Russia has so far played in this flowers; gigantic struggle it would be wrong Much humble wealth makes rich to assume, as Beverley Baxter this world of ours. points out, "that the defeat of the Leigh Hunt. Soviet would mean the defeat of the Rest assured that He in whom Allies. That it would prolong the dwelleth all life, health, and holi- ness, I " . . , . . . i ' VII -- t. - J ' ' This advertisement is not published or war indefinitely, and greatly imperil will supply all your needs ac- cording our chances no one can deny, but as to his riches in glory .-- Mary disnlaved bv the Government of Yuk TVrHtnrv. long as we held the seas the British Baker Eddy. Empire and America could not be Charge them that are rich in this nor trust in uncertain riches, but in ly all things to enjoy. I Timothy conquered by all the land powers in world, that v they be not highminded, the living God, Who giveth us rich 6:17.
IDAY. JULY-24t- h 1942 THE WH1TEH0RSE STAR, WHITEIIORSE; YUKON PAGE THREE plTEHORSE SOFTBALL run chasing the other three v men we wish you well and hope that at LEAGUE FOE MED. across ahead of him. some happier time in the future we HEDULES ARRANGED. The score by innings: will be able to play ball with you Whitehorse Bears H E again. ..: ' ;:'.;;'' (By Adrian P. Spidle) N 1 0 0 1 2 0 59 9 3 . The score by innings: ' . a . ir 1 f t.ti.1 w 18th Whitehorse Bears R H E f .La i ait - Hiiriv iniiriii.i.pr i fir vi v c Engineers ll"1 . ' 1 0 3 0 0 2 06 5 3 1 0 0 3 0 0 04 - 6 0 Sinc y Twenty-On- e. The Batteries: - ; 691st Medicas jjike Michalek pitched the finest Whitehorse Bears: Chalmers and Q 0 0 2 0 0 02. 4 2 : - tT7i:j.i MacFarlane. . The Batteries: g?me seen in vv wiicuuiae una scasuii when he blanked the 18th Engineers JSth Enginers: Ozzius and Syl-vest- ri. Bears Chalmers and Chambers tdttsic (R.S.O. ) 5- -0 at Sport's Field last Medics Barge, and Saffer. Friday everting by allowing them one very dubious hit and striking The second game was a pitchers THE ESTATE OF out nineteen of Manager Chase battle between Chalmers and Mar- ion CHARLES L. HAYDON Smith's boys. Michalek was cheat Bargel of the 691st Medicals ed out of a no-hitt- er by the Um-- with the chief difference being the DECEASED S UCLU1U Ull O iJT UCULX lilt tu 1C11 pile smashing home run hit by Cooper ALL PERSONS claims of third base by Short-field- er Ma-hon- ey. in the fourth with Spidle abroad having any Almost everyone including against the estate of the above-name- d which accounted for two runs and Manoney s ieaui-mai.- es ugieeu uiai the ball game. Both hurlers had deceased are required to file The Chinese Ambassador to Britain : the ball was a foul, but Umpire good control as a look at the records the same with the Public Admini- strator Dr. Wellington Koo, who deckaeJ Rossini thought v otherwise and an show that the winners got six hits at Dawson on or before the recently: "China is Resolved More almost perfect record was spoiled, and the losers four with one walk of Than Ever to Continue the Strug- gle." 9th day October, 1942, support- ed but not even this could detract from for each side. A single by Bob the remarkable pitching Mike serv- - Saffer, another by Cranna and a by statutary declaration, after A fine new portrait study of Dr. ed his opposition. Manager nansen double by Shortstop Adams ac- counted which date the estate will be dis- tributed, Vi-Ky- un Wellington Koo, the Chin- ese served notice in no unmistakable for the two Medicals tallies having reference only to Ambassador to Britain, at Ins' terms, that from now on his team is in the fourth. claims which have been so filed. desk at the Embassy in London going to be the team to beat. Born in 1883, he is one of China's The game marked the final ap- pearance ALL PERSONS indebted to the SteDhenson for the 18th started most distinguished dipomats and in Whitehorse of Clayton said estate are requested to make rut to make the affair a pitcher's I politicians having held office . as Adams, able, hard-pla- y .ng short- stop immediate payment to the Public battle but in the third inning he fed Foreign Minister of the Chinese Re- public, for the Medics. Adams who Administrator. Daniels one to his liking which was as Prime Minister, and as has punched across the winning run DATED AT DAWSON this 17th Dromntly blasted to left for a ; 4, Minister of Finance. His wife and many times for his team when the day of July, 1942. next two are in America, one son double. Beeman, up, popped sons C. E. McLEOD, going was tough will be missed not out to Sims but Outfielder Booth Administrator. studying at Columbia University (as only by his team-mat- es but all of Public singled to left sending Daniels to did the Ambassador), the other at 29-- 3 us who have known him. Clayton, (2013) V third. Nelson walked and Third-basem- an Harvard. He has one married Roanhaus strode to the daughter living a(t Chungking. plate wickedly swinging nis Dig oat. :xiiiiuixxi The blond haired batsman who is also an excellent pitcher took a Telephone Directory 1 Pi . . ? n lUfniiin Utfnfn W.H. THEATRE coupie ui oieves wiue uuuwa uciwc he got one within range but then he Whitehorse, Y. T. Whitehorse .. Yukon sammed the apple up against one of the new houses in left center cleari- ng We have been requested to publish the following telephone dir- ectory the Jbases and scoring four runs for the benefit of those interested. The notation of the rings set Shows Every which were exactly three more than oDDosite each name is believed to be accurately described. Mike Michalek needed for victory. British Yukon Navigation Company Two long one short Night The core by inning: Department of Transport One long two short one long. (Except Sundays) 18th Engineers R H E Government , Telegraph Office .. One short. Pictures changed thrice Weekly. 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 2 Jim Norrington (PA A official) .. One long three shorts See Bulletin Board for Particulars. Military Police Joe Morrison (PA A official) . Two short. - ; 0 0 4 0 2 0 x 6 7 0 Meteorological Station ... Two shorts two long. The Batteries: Northern Commercial Company .. Three long two short. GARY COOPER 18th Engineers: Stephenson and Northwest Airlines . Four long. RAY MILLAND -- ROBERT One long one short rone long. Smokey. Pan American Airways Hanger PRESTON Military Police: Michalek and Pan American Airways Office .. Two longs. in Stock. Post Office .. One log two short. Rnval Canadian Customs . . .. .. Four shorts. BEAU GESTE Whitehorse Bears Win Double-Head- er Royal Canadian Mounted Police One short one long. , : Next . From Royal Canadian Signal Corps Three shorts.' Sunday Afternoon Trar.s-Ca- n. Alaska Railway Office Two long one short. Thursday, Friday and Saturday 18th 9-- 6 From Medics 4-- 2. Whitehorse Inn . --One long-- one short. shorts. An outstanding picture. Don't miss White Pass & Yukon Depot -F- ive John Chalmers performed an Yukon-Southe- rn Air Trans. Hanger-T- wo shorts-o- ne long. seeing it. "Iron Man Stunt" at Sport's Field Yukon-Southe- rn Air Trans. Office --One shortone long--one short Sunday afternoon when he allowed me lain engineers nve ims auu bia runs (ony one was earned) in beat-in- g them 9-- 6 and followed it up by holding the 691st Medicals to four hits ad two tallies for a 4- -2 victory. In the first game the 18th boys gave Pitcher Ozzius an early lead which he held until the first of the ninth when the Bears broke loose ior five runs ana pux me uan un ice. Ian MacFarlane opened the frame with a four base bow and George Cooper, George . Kay, and Bill Gordon each managed to get on base to set the stage for Glamourous Henry Lamoreux. Henry had made an error in the third inning which nnmevv r-BiTici- rif "FnnRTSHF.R" AT SEA. . had resulted in three runs for me LUX. Dniiioii cruiser. -- " Original armament, seven 7.5 inch ,3 f. cal. -- Hawkins" class British determined to it MS "Frobisher" a 18th so now he was fou; fourteen smaller guns and four 21 inch torpedo tubes. DlaccnK,n: avenge himself whictPhe proceeded guns 4 inch A:A. guns, and to do by clouting the second pitched 9,860 tons. Complement' 712i749, Dimensions: 605; x 65' x 20', . ball into deep leftcenter for a home
STAB, WIIITEIIORSE, YUKON FRIDAY JULY 24th-1942- , PAGE FOUR THE WIIITEIIORSE i&TillCT MILITARY PREMIER JOHN HART wonder financial and - business cir. MINISTER cles are more than pleased, at CONTROL CIVILIAN AS FINANCE ;, the restoration ; of British Columbia's Ml TRAVEL TO ALASKA. CLEARS UP PROVINCE credit in the financial world. INDEBTEDNESS TO BANK, All through the time of depression General John L. DeWitt, in com up to the ' present Premier Hart, CREAMY IVIILK IN mand of western defence, has an- nounced When Premier jonn wart, : as Minister of Finance, has pursued as POWDER FORM the establishment of a Minister of Finance for. British Co sound policy and is to be complj. a sa-ic- t military control over all civi- lian lumbia, signed a cheque last Satur mented upon the signs 1 Thtt Ideal milk tupDl" af horn and ' travel to and from Alaska day lor $4,000,000 and turned same success which has on vacation. Just add to cold water crowned his efforts. and mix. Gives you over eight timet ,., hich becomes effective recently. over to the Canadian Bank of Com its weight in natural-tastin- g TOsteur A military pass is now required inerce in full payment of all out- standing Ized milk..:";.' lor any civilian entering or leaving treasury bKls issued oy the A Borden Product the territory. Such pass will be government to the Bank he made ; yilable onl for official business, history in the financial records of definitely arranged legitimate em- - the province. He recalled, for in fK)yment business reasons, and for stance, that it was the first time in 00 the return of bona fide Alaska resi- dents twenty-si-x years that the British to their homes. Close do Columbia taxpayers, as a body, had mestic relationships and school in been free' from bank debt. terests will also constitute legiti Premier John Hart also recalled mate reasons for travel. that when he again returned to pub A permit to enter Alaska will lic life as Finance Minister in Nov- ember SERVICES HEADQUARTERS nave to be secured from General De 1933 the Provincial Treasury BEING TRANSFERRED Witt in San Francisco and from then owed the bank $5,362,234 and Major-Gener- al Simon, B. Buckner, there then unfinanced TO VANCOUVER. were deficits ! at Anchorage, in order to leave ai- - amounting to $7,497,128. V a o JRI Rear Admiral Neles, chief of the aska. Fifteen days will elapse be-- In recent weeks there have been naval staff at Victoria, has announc- - tween the receiving of the applic- - two outstanding financial transact- ions rd that the headquarters of the ation blanks and the issuance of the in the history of the province and air force are being permits, and every person applying navy, army the meeting of the $20,000,000 P, G. transferred from Victoria to Van- - for a permit will be carefully in E. maturity and the repayment in rouver where their operations will vestigated, photographed and finger full of the $4,000,000 bank loan. No re cor-ordina- ted into one unit. printed. -a- --. from gold to the basic metals so from YOUR GROCERY, DRUG AND EDMONTON BRANCH much in demand in the war indus- try. TOBACCO STORES-AL- SO RESTAURANTS BANKS AND POST OFFICES CANADIAN LEGION .- -' . PROTESTS RESTRICTIVE MEASURES ON LABOR JST THE NORTH. 4 CLEARANCE SALE A protest against the exclusion of Canadian labor on war projects in the north has been sent to Hon. Humphrey Mitchell, minister of labor, and to the Dominion Com- mand One Week Only of the Canadian Legion, Ot- tawa, by the Edmonton branch, Ca- nadian Legion, B. E. S. L. Seventy-Fiv- e Text of the protest is'. "From information in our hands we most e'mphatically protest the SILK DRESSES action of the department in exclud- ing Canadian citizens and ex-soldi- ers from being hired by the Am- erican contractors responsible for the construction of northern pro- jects HALF PRICE in Canada. Complete brief of our protest is in the process of com- pilation and will be forwarded when completed. These projects are war S. VANDT, Main Street - measures and any action to retard them we consider subvQrsive " White Pass Hotel Premises The telegram is si&ned by H. E Tanner, - president of the Edmonton branch. Bulletin -- Edmonton It pays to have all your PRINTING done at the STAR OFFICE. OTTAWA HOLDING SECRET PROBE INTO LIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITTTTTITTTTTTTI lnzxixxi RECENT SUB RAIDS- - Fresh jj Last Friday Prime Minister Mac- kenzie Butter King informed the House oi Cured :x? and Commons that after consultation Try BURNS' Shamrock Brand Crea Butter y The finest gem from with the Navy Minister, Horn Angus Meats, mery fifes Seagram's treasure chest of Macdonald, and in the light of other representations, his government had aged whiskies now comes to you in a new setting the original decided to hold a secret session in Burns' Famous Shamrock Brand Products old -- fashioned whisky bottle.' connection with the recent sub raids into the Lower St. Lawrence River ALL GOLD MINES NOW DEBARRED FROM SECURING You Can Buy No Better" NEW LABOUR. As from 2 last all mines , July gold iiM C. StafTM t Sms Urfttf - WitirlM. Oat ; This advertisement is not published throughout the Dominion are debar- red or displayed by the Government of by Order-in-Coun- cil from se- curing Bu rns & Company Limited. new labour. The aim of the Yukon Territory. prohibition is to divert all mineVs rtXXTXXIIlIllXXIllXIIIXITXgXIXTTIITTTTTXTTTTTTM
FRIDAY, JULY 24th 1942 THE WHITEHORSE STAR, WHITEIIORSE; YUKON PAGE FIVR MINING MACHINERY U ALASKA BEING DIVERTED FOB USE IN R0AD CONSTRUCTION. o mirnic It is reported that the Berry jpredging Company ' in 1he Circle U I ullllul iQgS district is preparing to dose down ...ti'nnci in vh npar future .. Their AAV" .MVVN. 1V1 IPPB1''J rrev of men has been removed from Easle Creek to Mastodon creek , Hudson's Bay Jackets V'lKl& UlVWn K-M- . IAA J fciXfcj tliawed out. This will take about Made from 3 pt. H. B. Blankets camp will close and the mining ma- chinery All-Wo- ol Coats diverted to use in road con Stag struction. The Coat with the double sleeve and yoke. TWO NEW LOCKHEED LODESTARS FOR Men's Overalls Hoisting; Torpedoes on to the Store YUKON SOUTHERN- - Rack at a British Submarine Base. and Work Shirts Indicative of the volume of between Vancouver, Edmonton, fic All kinds- - All sizes. the Yukon and Alaska, the U. S. I government has released two new BUT and Light Heavy Weight Lockheed Lodestars to the Y. S. A. UJAR T., a subsidiary of Canadian Pacific SAVINGS Work Sox Airlines Ltd. v Mr. Grant McCon-achiejener- al CERTIFICATES manager of the west ern division of Canadian Pacific Wool Sweater Coats Airlines Ltd., and Capt. Don. Patry, chief pilot, left for Dallas, Texas, to in a variety of sizes and styles. take delivery of the two ships. MAYO These two Lodestars, originally 'r ; ; . constructed for the KLM, Dutch Air (By Our Own Correspondent) Just Received Transport Co., could not be deliver- ed The new road to Haggart Creek due to the international situation. and Dublin Gulch is expected to be -- addition NEW SHIPMENT OF DRESS SHIRTS. They will be a valuable 4io completed sometime next month. the large fleet which the company Mayoites ar looking forward to row own and operates including two Lockheed 14's, six Boeing 247's, many enjoyable drives to the placer . SHOP TODAY - - IT PAYS claims on thither side of "Look- out." Earkley-Gro- ws and Beachcraf t. During May and June the com- pany passengers carried north about from five Vancouver hundred with Mr. . the Cameron, Ventures Company, mining engineer left for Northern Commercial Co. Ltd wording to a statement made by with Dublin Gulch this morning Mr. Gordon Scott the company's he will make Bud Fisher. We hope traffic manager at tnat point and a good lengthy stay with us. there appears to be no signs as yet of any slackening off. The berry picking season has al- ready One great value of initiative is the planes .are Harry CoUey, who arrived in conquering of fear. These two fine new Wood at Through all his- tory commenced. Jimmy now -- in operation one of-th- em mak- ing town this mon-un- g from Keno, was we find that those "who have its first appearance at the local a passenger fr Dawson on today's the helm of Bud Fisher's truck took accomplished most have feared firport Tuesday night piloted by plane; also as a passenger was little a' full load to Hoffman's Ranch this least. ' Capt. Don. Patry with George Milne Genevieve Carthum, who has gone morning to pick raspberries. as his co-pil- ot. i I to rejoin her mother in Dawson. . SUBSCRIPTIONS NOW DUE , I - - V r m mm m WmMjSX f& " 7 BOTTLED ON V K-j- g oi l VANC0UVER ISLAND WVf- - Jt Ask for it by II pt'vlCt0p: V Name. by the Govern of Yukon Territory . This advertisement is not published or displayed
Registration of any document $2.00 When $500.00 has been expended feet on each side of the base line. five Recording an abandonment $2.00 or paid the locator may, upon hav-in- g Other, claims shall not exceed thou- sand If it affects more than one claim a survey made, and upon com-plyi- ng by one hundred feet in length feet in depth. Claims shall be. For each additional claim ...T. $1.00 with other requirements, ob-ta- in lease for term cf ' a a twenty, as nearly as possible rectangular in Abstract of Title two For first entry $2.00 one years with' the right to renewal form and shall be marked .: by legal posts, one at each end of the For each additional entry .50 for further terms of twenty-on- e of Mining Law Claims located prior to Synopsis claim, numbered "1" and "2" re- spectively. For copy of Document years. July Location posts of creek Up- - to 200 words $2.50 7, 1917 may upon fulfilling similar Yukon Territory 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 line, and on the side of For 50 inches or less $10.00 documents relating to leased claims the claim nearest the creek or river For 50 to 200 inches q.:.'..... $25.00 shall be recorded with the Mining Any person eighteen years of age towards which it fronts. For 200 to 1,000 inches $50.00 Recorder in triplicate. or over shall have the right to enter, For each additional 1,000 inches Schedule of Fees A discoverer shall be entitled to a locate, prospect and mine upon any claim 1,500 feet in length, and a or fraction thereof $50.00 Recording every claim ............ $10.00 lands in the Yukon Territory, For a substitutional record $10.00 party of two discoverers two claims, QUARTZ MINING whether vested in the Crown or Application for a lease $10.00 each of 1,250 feet in length. otherwise, for the minerals defined Subject to the boundaries of other For a certificate of improve- ments in the Yukon Quartz Mining Act The boundaries' of any claim may claims in good standing at the time 5.00 and the Yukon Placer Mining Act, be enlarged to the size of a claim .of its location, a mining claim shall If recorded within 14 days after with certain reservations set out in allowed by the Act, if the enlarge- ment be rectangular in shape and shall expiry date . $5.00 the said Acts. does not interfere with the not exceed 1,500 feet in length by If after 14 days and within rights of other persons or terms of 1.500 feet in width. three months ......v $15.00 shall enter for mining No person any agreement with the crown. If after three months and with-"i- n purposes or shall mine upon lands Every claim shall be marked on six months ..... ................ $25.00 owned or lawfully occupied by an- other An application for a claim may be. the ground by two legal posts, one Recording certificate of until adequate security has filed with ffief, Mining Recorder " at each extremity of the location every .;;. of work $5.00 been furnished to the satisfaction of within ten days after being located line, numbered "1" and "2" respect- ively. For a certificate of partnership $5.00 the Mining Recorder for any loss. or if within ten miles of the Recorder's On the side of No. 1 post Recording assignment, abandon- ment, damage which may be thereby, office. One extra day shall be al- lowed faring No. 2 post shall be inscribed caused. for every additional ten miles the name of the claiin, a letter in- dicating affidavits, or any other document ......................... . . . $2.50 or fraction thereof. A claim may be the direction to No. 2 post, Where claims are being located If document affects more than located on Sunday or any public the number of feet to the right or which are situated more than one one claim, for each additional holiday. left of the location line, the date of hundred miles from the Mining Re- corder's claim .. $1.00 location and the name of the locator. office, the locators, not less Any person having recorded a For granting period of six On No. 2 post, on the side facing No. than five in number, are authorized claim shall not have the right to lo- cate months within which to re- cord .... 1 post, shall be inscribed the name to meet and appoint one of their another claim in the valley or . . . .... . ;. . . ...... $4.00 of the claim, the date of location, number as emergency recorder, basin of same creek within sixty For an abstract of the record of and the of the locator. who shall as soon as possible deliver days of locating first claim. name a claim: the applipation 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 ... .50 , 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 a the provisions of the , Act with res- pect one additional day shall be al- lowed where same do not claim, each such person shall contri- - bute proportionately i to his interest to locating and recording : a for every additional ten miles exceed three folios ........... V $4.00 claim shall be entitled to a grant or fraction thereof. Where such copies exceed threes to the work required to be done for one year and shall have the ab- solute folios, 30 cents per folio for thereon, and when proven to the claims not of Adjoining exceeding folio three. right renewal from year every over Gold Commissioner that he has not to eight in number may be grouped, For of year thereafter, provided during recording a power att- orney done so his interest may be vested each year he does or causes to be the necessary representation work 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 1 .............. $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- sons shall be accepted expiration of the ........ as defining claim an affidavit $8.00 Every application for a full claim absolutely the boundaries of the showing a detailed statement of the For recording an assignment or shall be made on Form "A" and for claim surveyed, provided the survey work, and pays the required renewal other document relating to a a Fractional claim on Form "A-1'- V is approved by the proper author- ity fee. " quartz mining lease $3.00 and remains unprotested during No person is entitled ' to locate Rental, whole or fractional min-er- al the period of advertisement. GROUPING claim under more than1 one claim in the- - same granted A person about to undertake a Under certain conditions claims mining district within twenty days. lease for term of 21 years..' $50.00 be Rental for renewal term of 21 bona fide may grouped and the work re prospecting trip may se- -. The timber mineral claim is on a ........................ . . ... . $200.00 years from the quired to be performed to. entitle cure Mining Recorder reserved until the Mining Recorder written the owner or owners to renewals of Dredging to permission record at his certifies that the same is required own risk a claim within six months. the several claims grouped may be A lease may be issued for a per- iod for use m mining operations on the performed on any one or more of of fifteen years for a continuous A legal post must stand four feet the claim. The Commissioner, however, claims in the grouping. If the stretch of river not exceeding ten above the may issue a permit .to"' holders of ground, squared faced claims or grouped are owned by more miles in length giving the exclusive for the other claims to remove the timbers eighteen inches and than upper one person a partnership right to dredge for gold, silver and measuring four inches the for use in their mining operations across agreement creating a joint and platinum. The lessee must have at faced portion. The post must be several where other timber is not readily liability on the part of all least one dredge in operation on the firmly fixed in the ground. the owners for the joint working of. available. ---- J leasehold within three years. ; the claims shall be executed and Priority of location shall be deem- ed Title Petroleum and Natural Gas filed with the Mining Recorder. . to convey priority of right. Cer- tain A lease may be issued for a per- iod with Any person having complied disputes may be heard and de- -. Taxes and Fees of twenty-on- e years for an area the provisions of the Act with re- gard termined by a Board of Arbitrators. of not to exceed 1,920 acres giving Royalty at the rate of two and to locating and recording a the right to the and nat- ural , petroleum Grants of claims grouped or own- ed one-ha- lf per cent. , on the value of claim shall be entitled to holdjt for by one person may be made re- newable all gold shipped from the Yukon one year from the date of the record, gas on the area leased. A rent- al is charged of 50 cents acre on the same date. Territory shall be paid to the Com- ptroller. and thereafter from year to year, per for the first and $1.00 acre year per provided during each year he does PLACER MINING For grant to a claim for or causes to be done work on the for each subsequent year. Creeks means any natural water one year ................ $10.00 claim to the value of $100.00 and Assay Office course having an average width of For renewal of grant shall, within fourteen days after the An Assay Office is maintained by Tf renewed within 14 days expiration . of the year, satisfy the the Government at ." Vancouver, less than one hundred and fifty feet between its banks. after expiry date .. $10.00 Mining Recorder that the work has where gold exported from the Ter If after 14 days and within 3 been done, and pay the Certificate ritory will be purchased at its full Creek claims shall not exceed five months . . .. . $30.00 of Work fee. One hundred dollars value. hundred feet in length, measured If after 3 months and within 6 1 may be paid in lieu of assessment G. A. JECKELL, along the base line, by one thousand months $45.00 work. Controller.
FRIDAY, JULY 24th 1942 THE WHITEHORSE STAR, WHITEHORSE. YUKON PA'JE SEVEN PARACHUTISTS "SEEN" SAVE TIME BY AIR NEAR ROOSEVELT'S ANNOUNCING FAMILY HOME, N. Y-- . Heavily armed ' federal, state and I AIR MAIL I local authorities are searching the I PASSENGERS I woods and brush of ' Dutchess Re-Open- ing I AIR express) County for "six or seven" parachut- ists reported to have been seen of the dropping near President's Roose- velt's Hyde Park estate and family home. These reports were received White Pass Grill from several sections of the state es in lhang but so far the authorities have been unable to verify them. Meanwhile a close check is being made, all HICK SULETOVICH OSCAR LETOURNEAU Schedule automobiles along the Hudson river are being stopped and closely searched, and Special officers locat- ed at strategic points. Vancouver - Whitehorse (Daily except Friday) REVISION EXPECTED NORTHBOUND IN NEW REFUNDABLE Lv Vancouver. . 10 a. m, TAX COLLECTION PLAN. Ar. Whitehorse . . . . 7 p. m. SOUTHBOUND It was originally planned that employers in collecting the income f,v ..Whitehorse .7 a. m. tax from their employees, by pay f Ar. Vancouver. . o..'0 p- - m. envelope deductions, should include Edmonton - Whitehorse one-thi- rd of the refundable portion of the tax for the lower bracket in- comes (Daily except Friday) and a lesser proportion for the higher brackets. TJnPTTTRnTTNT) Many complaints have been re- ceived Lv. Edmonton 12.45 p. m-- ( in Ottawa that such a pro- cedure Ar. Whitehorse . . . , i p. ra. would create financial SOUTHBOUND hardship in the meantime which is appreciated by-Hh- e Minister of Fin- ance. Lv- - Whitehorse . . a. m. What plan for collection will Ar. Edmonton . . . yo p. m. ultimately be decided upon has not Direct connections at White- horse as yet been announced. One report for Fairbanks, Alaska, is to the effect that the government and at Edmonton v)ith ,T. C. is now considering a plan whereby A. for points south. no deductions for the refundable tax will be made at the source pro- vided rhe above schedule remains the employee files a state- ment in until further notice- - force with his empoyer that his For Full Flight Information insurance and mortgage payments Consult . are equal to the refundable tax. A beverage of moderation full flavored, clear J. A. Barber and sparkling. Order some today . . . it WHITEHORSE U. S. AP MEN BOMB costs no more than ordinary beers. JAPS AT KISKA IN : ; IF THE ALEUTIANS. : SUBSCRIPTIONS NOW DUE This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Government of department an- nounced The U. S. navy last Friday that army air- craft - "' Yukon Territory. recently dropped 56 bombs on ' v , " Japanese shore installations at Kis-k- a, one of the three islands in the Aleutians on which the enemy has landed. 4 PATRON American losses in the campaign Ha to date, it was officially, disclosed, included 44 army and navy men FOR 8 at killed in the Japanese attack upon Dutch Harbour, one nearby Fort Mears and on an army post at Fort YEARS Glenn about seventy miles west of Dutch Harbour, on nearby Fort nak. The old station ship North- western We have a letter from up-coun- try was also sunk in the attack The writer states" Dutch Harbour and damage of used "all kinds of upon she has done to American nature minor Pacific a canned milk" but she shore installations. ' since Milk continually In addition to the 44 army and of its began it "because dead there were 49 of the That navy and flavor. richness injured personnel and army navy years' ago." was eight killed. and one civilian It's only real excellence that The navy's review of the situat- ion said there has could bring a milk a pre- ference into the Aleutians change in the been no material like this. general situation since July 11. Pacific Milk Sax- - The purest form in which tobacco can be smoked' Melody "C" FOR SALE New IRRADIATED Of COURSE aphone at a bargain. APPiy 0ffiCe' tZ.llllJL12JJJJLlU
STAR; WHITEHORSE, YUKON - PAGE EIGHT THE WIITTEHORSE ' ' ' ' f ; . Local Happenings Useful Lines "Dr. M. Franks, the popular dent- ist, Mr. Nicholals Morant of the Bur- - j will be leaving for Dawson early eau of Public Information, Ottawa, part of next week. is in town on an official trip. For tb& Household Mr. and Mrs. J. Porter and two Stewart Macpherson left this daughters have left on a week for Kluane to enjoy a well-earn- ed young vacation trip to Carcross. vacation. Folding Gate-Le- g Tables. Card Tables Mr. W. O'Neill of Canadian Plac- ers Mr. Roy Turner of Atlin, B. C. Sanitary Toilets. Ironing Boards. son-in-la- w of Mr. Louis Schulz, is Ltd., arrived from. Atlin Wed-nes- da in town this week on a business en route to Clear Creek. Kitchen Steps. trip. . HI Two new members have been Mr. Willson E. Knowlton, Van- couver Built-i- n Ironing Boards and Covers. added to the staff of the Northern Optometrist, left by Canad- ian Commercial Co. Ltd. here. Mr. R. Pacific Airline plane for Van- couver Clothes Driers. "Hanging and Stand." book-keepe- r; and Mr. W. Pailey as yesterday having completed G. Cameron in the hardware dept. his professional trip through the Territory for this year. Mrs. Cameron, wife of Corpl. Cameron R. C. M. P. Fort . Selkirk, TAYLOR .A.DRURY Ltd was a visitor in town this week Mr. J. D. Hunter of the Dept. of coming up by plane last Saturday. Transport arrived in town last Fri- day Whilst here she was the guest of accompanied by Squadron Mr. and Mrs. Edwards. It has been Leader Hone and members of the several years since Mrs. Cameron R. C. A, F. was last in Whitehorse. Col. Craig of the Auditor Gener- al's Inspector W. Grennan, officer in Dept. Ottawa, arrived in town command of the R. C M. P. in the last Friday en route to Dawson in Territory, arrived back by plane an official capacity. He has since from Dawson Wednesday. Mrs. returned and has now left on his Grennan will be arriving in about return trip east. two weeks' time. Councillor W. L. Phelps returned WHITEHORSE CILAPTJER I.O.D.E. from Dawson Wednesday after at- tending the annual session of the Territorial Council. We hope ic The committee in charge of this publish some interesting news in Rridge were Mesdames. Daglish, our next issue. - .. Chappell, Higgins and Gennings. There were 11 tables at play. Mrs. J, Morrison donated the lovely There was a very small turn-o- ut flowers used for decorating the' at the public meeting held in the tables. The lady's first prize" was W. H. Theatre last Sunday. Public won by Mrs. Macpherson and the interest in our community affairs is gent's by Mr. Coate. Mr. A. Walk-de- n conspicuous by its. absence. was the winner of the two of spades prize which he-kindl- y don- ated OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT to be played for again. July 16 Thursday 71 51 17 Friday, .... ..................... 70 42 FOR SALE Household goods in- cluding 18 Saturday 65 52 mm w;-- , --111 sink, 8-d- ay clock, lamps, 19 Sunday 66 49 dishes etc. Also Disston steel 20 Monday 58 48 miter box and saw. Apply Star 21 Tuesday 58 46 Office. 30 tf. 22 Wednesday ' 57 40 Christ Church-Anglica- n- THE OLD LOG CHURCH LANTERN 7 m.v sr.-- . i Whitehorse Ht t. fTVttll-f&k;--- -. :::: .. v.kNC Rev. L. G. Chappell, L. Th. Rector. LECTURE EVERY SUNDAY ' 8.30 a m. Holy Communion. This advertisement is not published or 11.00 a m. Morning Prayer. on the displayed by the Government of Yukon Te'rritory. 7.30 p. m. Evening Prayer , and Sermon. YUKON SACRED HEART at Yukon Electrical Company, Ltd. Catholic Church CHRIST CHURCH Will be pleased to consult Sundays: WEDNESDAYS Masses 7.30 and 9.00 A.M. you regarding High Mass . 10.30 A.M. and Benediction : 7.30 V.M. Light Power. Supplies and Installations FRIDAYS Week days: Masses 7.00 and 730 A.M. at 8 P. M WHITEHORSE, Y. T. Fridays: Benediction. 7.30 P.M. !