Frc-- rrrrri wis; CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE YUKON TERRITORY Vol. 42. No. 9. WHITEHORSE, YUKON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, 1942 Subscription $3.00. Year We Did it Before - - We've Dane it Again ! YUfcOtf AND ATLIN CHURCHILL CONFORMS TO nrACT CTTrr'P5tVTIT. TM PUBLIC DEMANDS BY v:.:.:-:.v.- v. :.v.v. v. v.-......:.:.:.v.sv- ..... VICTORY LOAN DRIVE. x-S- .. OUSTING FIVE MEMBERS J' Y- - f Whitehor.se, M?yo and Atlin each FROM HIS CABINET. exceeded their quotas in the Second On Monday Prime Minister Win- ston Victory Loari campaign by substanti- a Churchill re-organi- zed his cab- inet amounts. A telegram received in accordance with public de- mand here Tuesday morning from pro-yinci- al by eliminating f ive-memb- eus headquarters gave the of- ficial for the retention of whom Mr. standing" at that time as fol- - Churchill had been submitted to iovvs: much adverse criticism from both Dawson 61 applications ,, $36,800 and public alike. The five Mayo, 20 applications $ 8,650 press members removed are Capt. David Whitehorse 59 applications $51,000 Margesson, Col. John Moore-Bra- -, Atlin 56 applications $14.60(1 bazbn, Lord Moyne, Lord Leith, and oince the above figures were an- nounced Hugh Dalton. further subscriptions have Their successors are Sir James been received. Whitehorse, for in- stance, Grigg, Col. J. J. Llew.ellin, Lord has gone over $59,000 at this writing and additional applications FRUITS OF THE BRITISH VICTORY IN LIBYA Portal, Viscount Wolmer and Dal- ton are still being received. From At- lin This picture from Libya sho ." s a knocked-o- ut heavy German who relinquishes the portfolio warfare for German armoured vehicle. The armoured of minister of economic we received word Wednesday tank and a captured and Germany in Libya has been virtually destroy- ed the Board of Trade. that their subscriptions had been in- creased strength of Italy to $20,500 with- - others still by Britain's Eighth Army and the R. A. F. is constantly increas- ing in sight. If procurable at the time this heavy handicap on the enemy by increased bombing. ATLIN NUGGETS of our going to press the atest fig- ures will be published elsewhere in DR- - WILLIAM TEMPLE Dr. Temple is regarded as one of Pete Brandes, thaf happy-go-- v tins issue. ; , ' NOMINATED BY KING the most progressive leaders of the : lucky Hollander has joined up with The provincial committee through TOTEE ARCHBISHOPRIC Anglican Church. He is 60 years of the Netherland forces. - We hearci its chairman has by wire expressed -- TF CANTERBURY. age, has been Archbishop of York from him a few months ago. He its heartiest congratulations for tht since 1929 and will be the 98th was then on a vessel crossing and splendid results achieved. His Majesty the King has nomin-te- d Archbishop of Canterbury under the re-cros- sing the broad Atlantic. 1 f Dr. William Temple, at present tabulat;on of the line of succession the fishes have not got him yet (and BADIOGRAM ' rchbishop of York, to succeed the observed by the Church of Eng- land. we sincerely trust they have not) Mayo, Y. T. Feb. 21, 1942 Tost Pev. Cosmo Gordon Lang as He. is a famous son of a he can be located by addressing Archbishop of Canterbury and pri- mate, famous father, Dr. Frederick Tem- ple, him to Box 237 London, E.C., 1, Isaac Tayloi, of all England. The chaner? who was likewise consecrated England. Atlin misses our old Loan Chairman Victory becomes effective on March 31st Archbishop of- - Canterbury in 1896, friend Pete and we trust he also Committee, ; and died in December 1902 t next. German subs. misses those. Whitehorse, Y. T. Congratulations to the city con- sidered unworthy V '- -' MAYO of protection. COMMITTEE COU RAG E OURAOE, fortitude and indomitable will to Victory these are the high traditions maintained by our gallant XI land and sea and in the i mm. jMsfr m - 4 sens who face the enemy on air. Our freedom, our lives are within their keeping. Noth- ing that we mayj can equal their sacrifice; but the very least we must do is insure to them an avenvhelming"poWer in weapons for attack as well as for defence- - To provide. these weapons, Canada must have money. And to raise this money, Canada must borrow from its citizens Sis men and women, old and young to the absolute limit of their ability. When you are called upon to buy the new Victory Bonds, think not alone of yourself think also of. the courage, for AMERICA "VULTEE VENGANCE FLOWN BY R.A.F. titude I and . "v sacrifice of those who risk ' life itself to preserve DIVE-BOMBE- R The "Vultee Vengeance" , dif freedom. bomber has a greater tactical rnag. REPAIRING DAMAGED FIGHTER DONATED BY higher cruising and' top speed, and BRITISH AIRCRAFT "HOSPITAL" ereater bomb - carrying capacity Above fitters are seen working on bonVjcr than other.;' existing any a "Spitfire" fuselage in a fighter THE w, HITEHORSE STAR type. aircraft hospital."
PACE TWO THE WIIltEIIORSE STAR. WIIITEIIORSE, YUKON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, 1942 ' ating out of Halifax. Derm work- ed after our cook-hous- e, resting up PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT NOLANDVILLE that trip to the south. , over at Whitehorse for' a' while ADDRESSES CANADIANS We'll sure miss Fred Cook. Fred during the summer before joining ON EVE OF SECOND , So sorry! I've been- - laid up with was one of those happy-go-luc- ky VICTORY LOAN CAMPAIGN. ;a sore neei lor me last iew wew fellows .we all liked. He's on his o ; i and since the mocassin telegraph way outside to join up. Good luck WINSTON CHURCHILL input' President Roose- - ' 'oos not operate up to par in the Fred! . :.; ESSAY CONTEST Mil ;mu Prune Minister Mackenzie hospital-t- hus no column for the Where's Who And Why: Lin H'He jointly over the radio (past while. Bill Ro$y, Biily Nelson and John- ny All rhildrpn - , " attending o X nnhlip J "T' spn- - lvn.oi'k in coiiueclion with the! Some people' seem to think it was Cotton have all arrived in Van- couver. nratp and hiffh schools in Canada J ocond' Victory Loan campaign, the fa slammed door; others say buck-Invm- et They all seem to be enjoy- ing are eligible in the $2000 prize essay Horn Washington, L. C, and shot was the cause. As for myself, life down there and are now latter" from Ottawa". " (I've Riven up trying to put the busy with future plans. Bill Roxy LUUjUiaUUll Will mc inipci Id! -- i... .vnuMiibennu the price truth of the (.matter over. Most has passed, his medical for com- mercial Leader" series, heard over CKWX ,i-:,- t Mmu- - have uaui' for our sur- - , people are of a suspicious nature pilot. He is taking a course every Monday, Wednesday and Fri i al. make our contribution 'worthy t you know. - , and has by now done his first solo. day at 9.45 p. m. in lirteau' incus upon the altarj . The worst of the type of people Bill should make a good pilot. Billy Entries are to be entitled "Win- ston v mans tair 'faith" "said the Pres'i- - js Dill McKenzie. I'd not been in Nelson is having his eye attended Churchill-Imperi- al Leader' t vnt wi.o added ""It is not merely as the hospital but a few days when he to and we sure hope he will soon be and written on any subject or event M'od neighbours that we speak to arrived, .with a sprained back say- -t well: We hear that Billy is rather pertaining to the British Prime acii oti.tr' in these eventful days , jng he finds doing an eightsome homesick for Atlin. "O-Bo- y!" is I .in as partners in a great enterprise reel on 'a .glacier is not quite the Johnny's expression for the city sketches, an essay on one certan hich concerns us equally and in thing to do.1' But confidentially, but it isn't going to be all play with event in his career, why he is the which wo are equally pledged to the Bill wasujust wondering what "was Johnny. He has passed his medical logical man for the job at present, uttermost sacrifice ami effort" He keeping me there! ' ;c ArV:(. for B. C. A. F. ground wireless. He etc.': , ; ,,';. " recalled his pledge cvf four years A couple of other Nolandvillers commences his 18-we- ek course for Essays are not to exceed 1,000 ;,go at the opening of the Internat- - have also experenced hospitalization the B. C. A. F. on March 6th. words and must be sent to Radio iotud Peace Bridge: at the Thousand lately. Bill Lawson got, into an Dermot Eckford, who put several Station CKWX, Vancouver, not later Islands that the United States argument with a rock the rock months in and around Atlin thiis than March 15th, 1942. Children v ould "not stand idly by if Can- - won, nipping off the end of his spring "and worked for a while at 'AntArincr tho rnntoct mow K aitian soil were ever inreaieneu . uy finger. However, Bill is recovering Noland's. is now a genuine swab, eu oy meir parents or leacner. com- plete in augressor ana... me- - suusequem fast. Nick Yackovich had a close tie's t travelled considerable since details are being broadcas: statement by the Canadian Prime one. A heavy tressel toppled over leaving here. His address is with during each "Imperial Leader" MinisteXmade at Woodbridge, Ont catching him on the back of the the H. M. C. S. Ross Norman oper broadcast. ario, that the American pledge of neck. Did enough damage to get assistance increased rather than Nick white collar for a few weeks XIIZHIIIIXIIIIIITIIIIIIIITTIITTTTTTTTTTTTj lessened Canada's responsibilities ; m other ..words a cast. toward the Unitea States. "These Yukon Electrical Com j Jim Eastman Sr. has returned parry, Ltd. pledges are now being implement- ed" i from his trip east. From all ac stated the Presa ent "Instead of B counts he's glad to get back to the , Will be Heased to consult defending, merely oi-- r shores, we ! North. are now joined with the free peo- ples you regarding of the world agai :.t an armed That well-kno- wn "Bluenose" Neil h conspiracy to wipe out ree institut- ions Forbes, has returned from a trip 6 .Light, Power. Supplies and Installations whereer they exist." outside to Prince Rupert. He's taken i up . residence in Nolandville again - ; v.;' V ... - and it's good to see him around. c W HITEHORSE, Y. T. H M --o- Monty Lamont is now working in tXlXXZXJLnilTITTTTHtgTTTTTT 4 ALL ENEMY ALIENS MUST LEAVE B- - C. DEFENCE AREAS BY APRIL 1st. Official notices have been dis- tributed Your Nearest and Best by the R. C. M. P. at the coast notifying all , male enemy aliens between the ages of 18 and 45 years that they must leave the designated protective areas of Brit- ish Columbia by April 1st next. After that date no enemy alien of military age may return "to' the re- stricted areas without a special per- mit issued by the R. .C. M. P. Furs consigned to' us are sold "in Open Auction to The notice also prohibits the 1942 Buyers who bid for Furs in Auction Sales everywhere. possession or use of any camera, radio trahsmitter, radio short wave You are thus assured of Top Market Prices- - AUCTION SALE DATES receiving set, fire-arm-s, ammunit- ion or explosives by any enemy i , aliens, male or female of any age, March ......... . . . . 2nd We make liberal cash advances on shipments await- ing within such restricted areas. ' April ....... .. ... 8th sale when requested. Our selling charges are lower May 7th Remittances are sent immediately .sale is concluded. BRITISH COLUMBIA-YUKO- N QUOTA IN SECOND VICTORY July 7th WE INVITE YOUR LOAN CAMPAIGN IS August . 25th SIXTY-TW- O MILLION. CORRESPONDENCE C The quota fixed for the Second Victory Loan campaign for British Columbia and the Yukon is $82,000,-00- 0 B.'C. That is for $200,000. the Yukon and At- lin. Edmonton Fur Auction Sales " - o LIMITED FOR SALE Five-tu- be radio console model Edmonton Alberta in ' first-cla- ss condition. Can be i seen at Stair Office. What offers?
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, 1942 THE W1UTK110RSE ST AH. VIIITKHONR.. VIIK'OV PAGE THRE3 NABOB AND BLUE RIBBON PRJZES WON IN CURLING COMPETIITON. J. Gentleman's rink were the THE JOB dinners of . the Nabob hampers at the' final game played Monday night. This rink consisted of Messrs. 6. Annthpr successful I. D. E. t : W Manning, W. Miners, J. Barber. bridge party was held in the Ma- - MUST BE DONE 'and J. Gentleman (skip.) sonic Hall Friday evening, Febru- ary ! The Blue Ribbon prizes were won 13th. Of the eight ' tables in the same night by the rink skipped play Mrs. Gordon Anderson and s by W. Taylor. His rink were Miss " Mr. Muirhead were .high scorers. i C. Mrs. H. S. Reed O'Neil, Perchie, Do it ! Winner of the special, prize was --Let s j and W. Taylor (skip.) Miss Laura Feden. Refreshments The U. D. L. competition is now decorations were served with the j in progress. The prizes for same carried out in Valentine motif. Tht donated the U. D. L. and v re by committee in charge were Mrs. As Winston Churchill said: "We can beat the lite out Coast ' Breweries. Here is the Macpherson convenor, Mrs. J. B. schedule of games: and Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Chappell Nazis". the of savage Rink Daglish. Tuesday, February 24th The regular monthly meeting of Wilson v. Greenslade 7.30 1 We can't beat them .unless we have more and better Taylor v. Ryder 7.30 2 the Whitehorse Chapter I. O. D. E 25th will be held at the home of Mrs. Wednesday, February Frank Wilson on Monday, March weapons. McLean v. Armstrong . 7.30 1 J.nd at 7.i0 p. m. Wilson v. Gentleman 7.30 2 Thursday, February 26th Ani the only way to get more and better weapons is to Greenslade v. Taylor . ... . 7.30 I Ryder v. McLean 7.30 2 raise the money to pay for them- - Friday, February 27th Wilson v. Armstrong ....... 7.30 1 I ft Taylor v. Gentleman 7.30 2 Beyond Other than by taxation, the only way to raise this money Monday, March 2nd Greenslade v. Gentleman, 7.30 Compas" is for Canada to bprrow it. The only way for Canada Taylor v. Armstrong 7.30 Tuesday, March 3rd to borrow enough, is for EVERYBODY to lend. Wilson v. McLean 7.30 1 I i BCBouble Ryder v, Armstrong 7.'30 2 i Wednesday, March 4th SO LEND YOUR SHARE AND Taylor v. Wilson 7.30 1 Distilled Greenslade v. McLean 7.30 2 " Thursday, March 5th Canadian Rye Whisky BUY THE NEW McLean v., Gentleman 7.30 1 OLD YEARS Armstrong v. Greenslade '.7.30 2 14 VICTORY BONDS Friday, March 6th ; Wilson v. Ryder . 7.30 1 DONATED BY j Gentleman v. Armstrong 7.30 2 m m i ' .:: Monday, March 9th rind OGtllliJ I Ryder v. Gentleman 7.30 2 Northern Commercial Co. ! Taylor v. Tuesday, McLean March 10th 7.30 2 London Dry Gin Playoffs 7.30 1 ..... 7.30 7 nuc DBODUCTS OF Greenslade v. Ryder RINKS BritishColBiPbiaBiftiWerirS Mrs. .Birkenhead, F.' Birkenhead w nui"'" H. Gennings, J. Gentleman, (skip.) Mrs. K. McLean, W. Miners, L. ..... - v W 1 Ryder, R. Greenslade, (skip.) Fred Dunn, Mrs. Harbottle, S. Reed, G Ryder, (skip.) This advertisement is not published Bill Horn, Mrs. Perchie, R. Hand-for- d, or displayed by the Government, of G. Armstrong, (skip.) - Yukon Territory. V. i, Mrs. Gennings, K. McLean, B Drury, W. Taylor, (skip.) Mrs. Brd, L. Cyr, H. Perchie, D. BUILD WESTERN PAYROLLS'" Wilson, (skip.) " to Mrs. McEachern. A. Taylor,.' J. A PATRON 1 ' !TMvttiit ! Barber, J. McLean, (skip.) Spare: Dr. Roth. Bomber Outstanding tor The British Avro "Manchester" Twin-Engin- ed FOR 8 lex j ; Speed, Range and Defensive Armament. A' victory for Hitler will hurt you more than self-deni- al. Loan your EVAPORATED savings to the government to pro vide the tools of Victory. ; We have a letter fronv up-count- ry CLOSEST FRIEND YOUR The writer states ...YOUR SLEEPING ROBE she has used "all k'.nds of When we have won the war, and canned milk" but Pacific CAREFULLY children ask: t'What did YOU V . . . CHOOSE (IT your Milk continually since she do for Victory," will you have to it "because of its began - A,lc your dttt for "PIONEER BRAND" "yUKON reply "Nothing"? Buy Victory EIDERDOWN or "MOUNTAINEER" DOWN-FILLE- D richness and flavor. That I Itepins rob. The finest money can buy. Bonds. ' was eight years ago." t Write for Gtelojue No. 53 nd tell us the neme ol ' V It's only real excellence thzit ' your favorite dealer. ' Bonds or Bondage? Invest in could bring a milk a pre- ference Victor Bonds and.. invest in Victory like this. Bait the hook to catch a rcook-Victor- y Bonds will do the trick. Pacific Milk I r?of4rro or course BUY VICTROY BONDS NOW
' 4 J rv ' Mular instance, it is bound to sue- - vvvT t c , rhank vou. Gentlemen, for the Don't Let Them ! public spirited manner in which you j "Voioe of thm Yukon i have all done your part in assisting '. Down I An Independent Journal. 1 the Whitehorse unit in achieving its j signal success oh this occasion. Rest , On land, on sea and in the air, Canada's sons are I 'ssured that your services will be ' and all other citizens for weapons ' most deeply appreciated by the relying on you Published every Friday at national and provincial committees Canada needs the loan of your money to provide Wnr.eiioise, Yukon Territory in charge of the campaign. these weapons. LEND EVERY , DOLLAR YOU CAN AND ' On the Trail of '98 THE' BUY NEW OUR ATCIIWORD Mun'iHT l .Ciiniuliiin Weekly Never before has individual thrift been so vital a factor in our coun Newspapers' Association. try's history. Every dollar we can l!OK.( i: k. mooki: Publisher save counts in the conduct of this war. Tot norcnnnl thrift hp nnr watch- - DONATED BY Let us hae faith that right makes , w BuUd u a Y&ve of - fight-- jtm.uIiU and in vnai lauu u ing dollars out of current earnings The White Pass & Yukon the end daro to do our duty as we and save for victory. muleistand it. Lincoln. . . o-- ., Route FOR I DIPT INTO THE FUTURE FEBRUARY 27th, 1942 For I dipt into the future,' WE'VE DONE IT AGAIN' far as human eye could see, Saw the Vision of the World, Victory can only be won "by the united efforts of all In their ready response to their and aljthe wonder that would be; country's call .for subscriptions to our people. the Second Victory Loan residents Saw the heavens fill with commerce within the Whitehorse unit have argosies of magic sails, We on the home front dare do no less than lend our again demonstrated they stand Pilots of the purple twilight, solidly behind the man behind the dropping down with costly bales; money to the limit for the united support of those gun as well as with the personnel of on the battle front and all the other branches of our armed Heard the heavens fill with shouting forces. and there rain'd a ghastly dew 'or the second time the White- horse From the nation's airy navies BUY THE NEW grappling in the central blue; unit was the first throughout iWitish Columbia and the Yukon to in Far along the world-w.d- e whisper VICTORY BONDS again reach and surpass its quota of the south-win- d rushing record time, This in itself is an ac- complishment warm. With the standards of the peoples DONATED BY of which we may thro' the thunder-stor- m; justifiably feel proud. But it is plunging more than that. It is a fitting illu- stration Burns & Limited Company Till the war-dru- m throbb'd no which all may see of what and the battle-fla- gs longer were is possiblle when the spirit of our furl'd national anthem is translated into In the Parliament of man, V action by unified and co-ordina- ted forces. Ihe Federation of the world Put your dollars in battle dress. Put something of your own in Our quota of $35,000 was sur-- Buy Victory Bonds. Canada's tool kit for spiking the Tennyson's "Locksley Hall" Axis war machine. Invest in Vic- tory . last. this passed on Friday Early week local residents were delighted Bonds. to observe by the large "thermom-et- e' 'HIItlTtllillllTTITTTTTTTI v:-'- ?v V;-- '. - ; recordings of subscriptions Become an investor.' Buy Victory secured that had passed the we Travel Bonds. They pay interest and the $50 000 mark principal returns to you at maturity. Whether not shall be for- tunate I or we RAILWAY oa a I STEAMSHIPS A Victory Loan Bond in your enough to double the amount COMMUNICATIONS HOTELS bank is better than an Axis bomb of our quota by the time the cam- paign 'PRINCESS" in it mmu m your home. closes remains to be seen. II OBtTtJTl TlUVtk ltI Liner There are still ten days to go and no doubt further subscriptions will be secured during that time. Skagway to Vancouver The committee in charge of this Victoria or Seattle vWe must sow the campaign are to be highly com- mended SOUTHBOUND SAILINGS for the energetic manner in which they have carried out their PRINCESS NORAH Seeds of, Victory-t- o canvas and congratulated upon the Saturday, February 21 outstanding success which they Tuesday, March 3 " have achieved. Saturday, March 14 reap the Harvest of -- o- Tuesday, March 24 TIIANK YOU, GENTLEMEN! Connections at Vancouver with Continued Freedom Canadian Pacific, Services: 1T 1 31- -- 1 AiiMntltfAn VV C gic&uijr avail uuiovirvd wjl waaj Transcontinental opportunity to pay tribute to our Trans-Pacifi- Q. BUY THE NEW local advertisers all of whom, when Trans-Atlant- ic approached by so readily acced- ed us, Tickets, reservations and full tor the request that they donate particulars from VIGTORr BONDS their advertising space in this issue for Second Victory Loan purposes. L. H. JOHNSTON They did so willingly on a previous occasion and in a similar spirit they General Agent C P. R. . ' DONATED BY have done it again. All .of which Skagway . -- Alaska goes to show that when the business Canadian John Sewell men of a town get . behind, any par- ticular Pacific movement, as in this partic--
1 ' ' . t . ,,,. fx , . - J ' JHE MENACE of a hateful way of life casts This is the least we can do to lend our its shadow across our homesVictory money for our country's defence. Buy a Bonds will raise up a shield against it. share in victory today buy Victory Bonds. HOW TO BUY Give your order to the Victory Loan So buy Victory Bonds to the limit. We salesman who calls on you. Or place it in the hands of any branch of any bank, or give it to any trust company. cannot be half-hearte- d while this danger Or send it to your local Victory Loan Headquarters. Or you can authorize your employer to start a threatens our very shores. Let us go full out regular payroll savings plan for you. Bonds may be bought in denominations of $50, $100, $500t $1,000, now and give such vigor to our country's and larger. Salesman, bank, trust company o"?your local Victory Loan Headquarters syill be glad to give effort as to speed jthe day of victory. yoi' every assistance in making but your-orde- r form. J 0H inflCW I Mull 11 U I I II I 1 I I u Li u U a ! n
"A"!K MX IE WH1TEH0RSE STAR. WHITEHORSE. YUKON .FRI iSay, FEBRUARY 27th, 194. PRIZE WINNERS IN THE ATLIN GOLD MINERS T H ER I S N O OTHER TOBACCO SCHOOL COMPETITIONS FOR RIGHT ON THE JOB SECOND VICTORY LOAN. i WHEN' IT COMES TO J UST LI K E OL DC H U M ! SINKING SHAFTS. As sU'.tcd in our last issue two yHxD (Utnto tiisa osxggW are prizes ol' $5 each in War Savings Atlin can do a little boasting C'.ntiticates have been generously about .real gold miners when it 0D Sft3 Stem Aanr-tol- l donated by the British Columbia-Yuko- n comes to sinking shafts to get that Provincial Committee to be yellow" metal known as gold. Here's awarded for the best original poster one instance Axel Nelson, Cust i : j n and essay submitted by the pupils Johnson and a hired man' over sixty of the Whitehorse Public School re- lative years old by name Mark Edwardson to the Second Victory Loan (Axel and' Gust, are well over the The re were nine entrants for the half century mark). The shaft has poster and six for the essay. ' -- j been sunk around three hundred The prize lor, the best poster sub- - feet below the Jim Nevid cabin on mitted has been awarded to Miss Spruce Creek and in three weeks Hetty MacBride whose design is from the start of shaft it was down now on display at the store of fifty four feet. The four feet being Messrs. Taylor & Drury Ltd. ' in bedrock. In that three weeks the The - winner of the essay prize is shaft was timbered perfectly and Miss Rosalyn Cyr. who "' submitted if you wonder what the size of the the following essay: '...! shaft was we can tell you it was 9ft , ! by 6 ft. before timbering. Now Axel Canada's Second Victory Loan and Gust hae driven six sets from The news in the papers and, over the botrom of shaft and so far have the radio is. getting' more serious run into two ounces of gold per set day by day. Singapore has fallen, (10 by 4 ft.) A good start with, we Darwin, Australia, has been bomb- ed, hope, better prospects ahead. This there have-bee- n nine ships sunk is the ground commonly called after jn the Caribbean. There is a pro- digious the name of Bill Hood. effort in United States of America, not only to supply Britain LATE HANS GUNDERSON and Russia with planes, guns and LAID TO REST. LnJ W LivL munitions of war but also to supply her own needs, All this brings The funeral service of the late home to us in Canada the danger of Hans Gunderson was held at .Si. The Tobacco of Quality the present world situation and the Martin's church on Sunday and wa, need for drastic and immediate act conducted by the Rev. R. P. Gra- ham ion. Thp rhnrrh vinc Filler! fo o aw? o&xm as m:o rano o 4U..f -- :4: c n j i I been wc, asked uic .ui. by Mr. Mackenzie oanaaa, King naveipacity evidence and from many the deceased's wreaths were " many r. aw geb gsb raouHRj raaro gsxa to place six hundred million ' dolors old time friends. The castor snoke ($600,000,000) at the government's very kindly of the deceased while disposal. This amount must be in life and his many sterlng quali- - iedUICU U w raceeaea in oraer to ties. MrS- - Frank Hennine DresidPri win the war. at the organ the service closing with The needs of a nation at war are r the hymn "Abide with Me" CHURCHILL many: food for soldiers, sailors and Pallbearers consisted of the fol-an-me- n, money . to keep the wheels j lowin? oldtimerS( : Norman Fisher of -- mdustry rolling to keep smoke Joe Yonaites, Bob Nelson, Al. Mor-poun- ng out of factory chimneys, to rison, Walter Sweet and Clarence SAID ITT iiicwuiuui aiiu even increase trip nr o.j speed of the assembly line. Some The deceased was born in Arun- del, of the things this money will pro- - Norway, and was 74 years of vide are medical supplies,, doctors., nurses, civilians salaries who are age; not 76 years as stated in our We cannot afford to relax. On the last issue of February 21. producing - corvettes, guns, motor - - ,- - : - contrary, we must drive ourselves cycles, metals, anti- - aircraft shells, and all the bits and pieces to fit HARRY CLARKE BAGS forward with unrelenting zeal. into heavy production. LARGE TIMBER WOLF In 1941, 968.000 Canadians sub- scribed. AND "CASHES IN ON IT." More than two-thir- ds of the subscriptions were for one hun- dred Hairy Clarke reaped a reward of To express your unrelenting zeal in dollars or less which means around 25.00 by being up and pursuit of Victory buy the new that little money is just as import- ant around at his store at eight in the as big. But everybody's money morning a few days ago, as he spot- ted Victory Bonds to the very limit of will have to answer the call if this a coyote close to the third island year's drive is to go over the top. in front of Atlin. . He looked around your ability. Regarding the poster the award town for some person to accompany was made not only on the basis of him in the car to do the shooting, originality of design but also on its but everybody still seemed to be in None afford can to do less each execution. The essays were judged the land of dreams (I know the primarily upon their public appeal. writer of this was), so Harry took should strive to do more i . . even if Two members of the local commit- tee his car and gun and departed alone acted as adjudicators. for -- the fray. -- He had not goner the doing of it means the deferring When he,spotted i . large1 timber wolf so he made - for the bigger of no- n- essential purchases until VISITOR'S DAY AT PUBLIC and better priced game. Catching up after the war. V I ! SCHOOL NEXT FRIDAY-EVERYBOD- Y to it going at thirty-fiv- e miles an hour he steered with one hand and WELCOME. shot from the other. After a real This space is donated by good chase and his trusty gun get- ting Friday, March 6, is Visitors' Day hot at the barrel he managed at the School. The staff and pupils to get 3 snot home in true, form and will be at home to the public at 2 was a proud man when he came o'clock. At 3.15 a tea will be served back to town with one weighing and a silver collection taken in aid 150 pounds. Well, anyway, this will of the Library "Fund. You are cor- dially be the cause of a few more moose invited to attend. living longer.
FRIDAYFEBRUARY 27th, 1942, THE WIIITEIIORSE STAK. WIIITEIIORSE, YUKON PAGE SEVEN feet on each side of the base line. Registration of any document $2.00 When $500.00 has been expended Othet claims shall not exceed five Recording an abandonment $2.00 or. paid the locator may, upon hav ; hundred feet in. length by one thou- -. If it affects more than one claim ing a survey made, and upon com- plying sand feet in depth. Claims shall be For each additional claim $1,00 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 6f the For each additional entry ...... .50 for further terms of twenty-on- e claim, numbered "1" and , "2" re-spectiv- ely. For copy of Document . years; Claims located prior to 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 Crqwn 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 $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 A discoverer shall be entitled to a ocneuuie w fees locate, prospect' and mine upon any or fraction thereof .' lands;, in the Yukon .Territory, claim 1,500 feet in length, and a $50.00 Recording every claim .. ........ $10.00 party of two discoverers two claims, QUARTZ MINING For a substitutional record ... $10.00 whether vested in the Crown or each of 1,250 feet in length. Aoolication for a lease $10.00 otherwise, for- - the minerals defined Subject to the boundaries of other For a certificate of improve-- in the Yukon Quartz Act ; , Mining The boundaries of claim any may claims in good standing at the time ments ; . . . . . . 1 5.00 and the Yukon Placer Mining Act, be enlarged to the size of. claim a 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 interfeie 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 . $15.00. No person shall enter ; for mining agreement with the any crown. If after thee months and with- in or shall mine lands purposes upon Every claim shall be, marked on owned or lawfully occupied by an- other An application for a claim may be the ground by two legal posts, one sixmonths .. ... $25.00 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 ''1" and "2" respect- ively. of wok ; .... $5.00 the Mining Recorder for any loss or if within ten miles of the Recorder's 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 facing No. 2 post shall be inscribed Recording assignment, abandon- ment caused. . for additional ten miles affidavits, or any other ":l;.- - every the name of the clann, a letter in- dicating ' ! . . . document .. $2.50 or fraction thereof. A claim be may the direction to No. 2 post, Wher,e . 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 the side facing No. post, on. 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. name who shall as soon as possible deliver days of locating first claim. a claim: the application and fees received to The claim shall be recorded with- in For the first entry ............ $4.00 Title'.; 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- - , For copies of any document re If two or more persons own a the provisions of the Act with res- pect fice; one additional' day shall be al- lowed corded where same do not claim, each such person shall contri- bute to locating and recording a foy every additional ten miles exceed three folios $4.00 to his interest proportionately claim shall be entitled to a grant or fraction thereof. Where such copies exceed three 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 Adjoining claims not exceeding ' - 1 11 1 ' . right of renewal from year Gold Commissioner that he has not to year thereafter, provided during eight in number may be grouped, For recording a power of at- torney done so his interest be vested the representation work may. necessary to stake from each year he docs or causes to be . 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 on. any one or more of the For of attor- ney The survey of a claim made by a claim, files with the Mining Recor- der recording a power claims in the group. to stake from two duly qualified Dpminion Land Sur- veyor within fourteen days after the per- sons shall be accepted as defining expiration of the claim an affidavit . Every application for a full claim $8.00 .'lhsnliitplv tho ' hniinHnrips nf thp 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-1- ". other document relating to a ' ' quartz mining lease $3.00 is approved by the proper author- ity fee. .'; and remains unprotested during No person is entitled to locate . Rental, whole or fractional min- eral the period of advertisement. GROUPING more than one claim in the same claim granted under lease for term of 21 . $50.00 Under certain conditions claims mining district within twenty days. years. A person about to undertake ?. Rental for renewal term of 21 may be grouped and the work re- quired bona fide prospecting trip may se- cure to be performed to entitle The timber on a-mi- neral claim is years ..' .. . . ...... $200.00 from the Mining Recorder reserved until the Mining Recorder Dredging: to renewals of the owner or owners' written permission to record at his certifies that the same is required the several claims grouped may be A lease may be issued for a per- iod own risk a claim within six months. for use in mining operations on the performed on any one or more of of fifteen years for a continuous claim. The Commissioner, however, A legal post must stand four feet the .claims in tne grouping. If the may issue a permit to holders of stretch of river not exceeding ten owned by more miles in length giving the exclusive laced claims grouped are above the ground, squared or other claims to remove the timbers than a partnership right to dredge for gold, silver and for the eighteen inches and one person upper for . use in their mining operations inches tne agreement creating a joint and platinum. The lessee must have at measuring four across 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" firmly fixed in the ground. the owners for the joint working of leasehold within three years. the claims shall be ' executed and Title Petroleum and Natural Gas Priority of location shall be deem- ed filed with the Mining Recorder. A lease may be issued for a por-- to convey priority of right. Cer- tain Any person having complied with : J c i i.. t juu ui iweiuy-uii- e .ytrcus .iui n aii'ii Taxes and Fees of the Act with re- gard the provisions and de- termined disputes may be heard of not to exceed 1,920 acres giving by a Board of Arbitrators. Royalty at the rate of two and to locating and recording a the right to the petroleum and nat- ural, cent, on the value of claim shall be entitled to hold, it for one-ha- lf per gas on the area leased. A rent-- al Grants of claims grouped or own record from the Yukon one year from the date of the all gold shipped is" charged of 50 cents per acre ed, by one. person may be made re- newable shall be paid to the Com- ptroller. and thereafter from year to year, Territory " for , the first year and . $1.00 .BCraci-e- v on the same date. provided during each year he does '"" v for each subsequent year. PLACER MINING For grant to a claim for or causes to be done work on the Office Assay one year $10.00 claim to the value of $100.00 and Creeks means any natural water For renewal of grant -- . shall, within fourteen days after the An Assay Office is maintained by course having an average width of tf renewed within 14 days expiration of the year, satisfy the the . Government at Vancouver,, less than one hundred and fifty feet after expiry date ........ $10.00 Mining Recorder that the work has where gold exported from the Ter- ritory between its banks. If after. 14 days and within 3 been done, and pay the Certificate . will .be purchased at its full $30.00 of Work fee. One hundred dollars value. ........ Creek claims shall not exceed five months hundred feet in length, measured If after 3 months and within 6 may be paid in lieu of assessment G. A. JECKEI.L. along the base line, by one thousand months .: .. $45.00, work. t, Controller.
V WIIITEIIORSE STAR. WHITEHORSE, YUKON . ' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, 1942 PAGE EIGHT Local Happenings CASH ? NO FLASH ! As we go to press this Born at the Whitehorse General rorninfi we are informed that the Hospitpl on Tuesday,' February 24th, Whitehorse unit Second Victory to Lir. and Mrs. C. Christensen, a ioan subscriptions have passed the ?on. , S(iO,000 mark. Good work.. i Mr. and Mrs. Dick White returned heme Saturday from the coast Herb' Tripp, P.A A. wireless opcr- - . where they had gone on a business Don't Let THAT ator ' has left for his new postion in , trip.:. '; . ' :' .ineai;. . ! u Mr. V. I. Hahn, of Skagway, sup- erintendent ! Mrs. Geoff Bidlakc and her young of the rail' division "w.. Ton arrived home on Saturday from visitor in town You ! P. & Y. R., was a Stop the coast. for a day or two this week on com- pany Mr. J .J. Ryan arrived in town business. Wednesday from Fairbanks, en route To accomodate all who are in- tending to Juneau! Lieut. Commander C. A. Lewis "Jr to see the excellent picture 'You can buy Victory Bonds out of earnings, by now showing at the W .H. Theatre is a visitor'. in town lor a few days. instalments employer can arrange it for - a special matinee is being given by your He is in-th- e north on official naval children, business. Mr. 'Alguire primarily for you. and their parents, v . : 1 v; The Y. S. A. T. plane arrived j George Baker arrived from the Monday piloted by .Capt. bon xauy, coast by Y. S. A. T. plane Wednes- day. salesman who calls Loan The co-pil- ot Ralph Oakes and Miss Victory on you ' He is on his way to iayo and Young stewardess. '.' this season will be working , the will arrange the details for you. Or you may D. A. MacKenzie, P. A. A. radio claims he has on lease from the" give an order to your bank or trust company. . has " ' operator at Burwash Landing T-- Y. Co. ' r- - . '1 fJ V ' ''V.','",' '' ' ' """" been transferred to Whuehoibe and arrived in town last Thursday. Mr. Gordon Cameron, - who left hurriedy for the coast -- last Thursday wish said of that Messrs. A. Saunders, J. Murray, Surely you would not it you account ol illness olTiis on trie L. Cameron, H. Ayles, H. Davis and of all the people in Yukon you were the Only one father, returned to town by Y. S. A: J. Marley, all of Dawson left here Saturday for the Outside. T. plane Monday. not to buy Victory Bonds the only person doing The one and only Joe Brown We are in receipt of a letter from nothing to back up Canada's Viotory Loan. , passed through here yesterday on Mr. Fred Vey to the effect that his . ' ,(....,... ... k ,. r ' " ,':rhK -i- -.'. 1he P. A. A. plane northbound. He son Howard received his "Wings ' is going to entertain the troops in on February - 13th. We ' extend BUY THE NZW Alaska. heartiest congratulations to him and We have been officially informed wish him all the luck in the world. that the. Y. S. A. T.. will Have stew- ardesses Fred has requested,, his son to bring operating oh their White-horse-Daws- on him back a tobacco pouch made out victory onds route in the near of Hitler's hide.. ' " - luture. '.:; . ' . , A clipping from a , Victoria, ' B.C., ' Messrs. A. Hess and J .J. Shaw handed in to DONATED BY paper us reports that arrived Saturday, and have left this Samuel (John) McClimon, checker morning with a crew for Canadian the W. P. & . on Y. R. wharf here, Creek1 to carry out work on the was married in Vancouver on Dec- ember DRURY Ltd tungsten claims taken the TAYLOR! Bralorne Co. over by 26th last to Miss Mildred. J. Doxey of Toronto. The , bridal Mr. Harold Malstrom, ' proprietor couple will be coming north in the of the Dawson News spent a couple spring to make their home here. of days in town on his way back tp the Gold City. He informs, us that Mr. C. Becker, in charge of the We received telegraphic infor- mation his niece Harriet and her - hubsand, western division of the Y. S. A. T., yesterday morning from the Mr. Kernohan, are now in the gov- ernment accompanied by H .Kenyon and Bar- ney Dominion Public Relations Commit- tee, service in Honolulu! Phillips, both executives of the Second Victory Loan, Ottawa, company, and T. Field in charge of as follows: "Canada's Second Vic- tory operations" at Edmonton, arrived in Loan shot past the $400,000,000 town -- on an official visit Wednes- day. mark late in week with a Cumul- ative Christ Church-Anglica- n- The plane was piloted by total of 435,496 subscriptions Capt. ; E. Kubicek. Miss Tamney for $425,344,250 at close of business THE OLD LOG CHURCH was the stewardess. Messrs. Bec- ker Wednesday. : Large subscriptions Whitehors and Phillips left this morning announced Thursday include those for Dawson. of Manufacturers Life Insurance Rev. L. G. Chappell, L. Th. Rector. Company $7,500,000, General Mot- ors fximiiiitiiiniiTTTTxrza of Canada $3,500,000 (including SUNDAY, MARCH 1st, 1942 $1,000,000 from its subsidiaries, Mc-Kinn- on W II. THE AT 10.00 a. rn Sunday School. T-H.0- 0 Industries Ltd., of St. Cath-trine- s, Whitehorse . .. Yukon Chrysler Corporation of Can- ada a. m. Holy Communion. has subscribed $1,000,000; ill 7.30 p m. Victory Loan Service. The above subscriptions secured Showing this week : Thursday amount tcr $12,000,000 SEE ' .' - ;.. ' making the grand total subscribed up to and including Thursday $437,-344.25- 0. .'. Catholic Church Maryland ' OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT This Space Donated by Rev. Father J. J. Adam, O .M. I. THIS WEEK. H O. MACPHERSON. SUNDAY, MARCH 1st, 1942 and you have a chance in winning February 8.00 a. m. Communion Mass. a Fifty Dollar Victory Bond for the 19 Thursday .......................... 30 10 ''''' His many friends L- - here will be 10.30 a. m. Mass and Sermon. price of your admission: 20 21 Friday 23 13 interested to; learn" that Mr. Harold 7.30 Rosary and ilenedicton Saturda 23 14 Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank p. m. AGood Show 22 Sunday 22 18 A Great Until further notice all services Chance Wilson, recently left the coast for 23 Monday 20 5 will be held in the Churcn, Wednesday & his company's head . office in ; the Saturday at 8 p. m. 24 Tuesday .. 15 8 .east.; He has been called to head- quarters "TTTTTTTTi T T T T V niTIIIIII 25 Wednesday v..."...............;.. 15 2 on executive business.