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| NATIONAL (from, page 1)
Re,7 'fork City - A portable radio | had boon placed in the B ritish : Pavilion at the V/orId;d Fair a fov; > nr; 73 ago • Yos tor day a telephone ; warning was given the switchboard ! oT'oratni* 11 to got out as wo are go ing to blow the building up1' t The ’ /ritclnan saw tho radio.* it aroused 1 his suspicions and ho called poll 1 cu( They took it out onto' tlic. lawn where it exploded, killing 2 non 1 and injuring 5 others. It blow a | ciator in the lawn with a width of j 7 foot and shreds of tho victims1 ; clothing wore found 50 feet away e j Newport Wows- The 10,000 ton cru iser Wichita was ordered to South - America, to chock rumors about [ possible Nasi submarine and air j bases being constructed there. It 1 was also disclosed by Chairman Wa i Ash of the Sen. Naval Committee ; that tho U.S, i3 negotiating for i eho o stab 1 ishmont of a.ir bases in ! South America herself, Washington-Congress appropriated 72,200,000 to double the Mexican ! border patrol of immigration insp j ectors to 1,600 now. Also passed a | bill ordering immediate deportatic | of any alien engaged in sabotage | or espionage in this country since . 1930. A bill is now in course of • preparation which will cau30 the working week to bo advanced to 3is | days instead of the prosent 5-day, . this is duo to the•lack of skilled ; mechanics for koy industries. Pros ; Roosovolt recommended to Congress . that t hey/v/ithdraw diplomatic i recognition of the French govern * v.ient now formed in France, as thc^ arc very pro-Nazi. Tho Navy award ed contracts for construction of three aircraft carriers and two 1 large cruisers to the Newport Nows 1 Shipbuilding Corp, to...boot 169 | million dollars. Pros. Roosovolt j discussed additional defense pr.be j auction which nay run into many i additional millions. L___ i! •' ,j KODIAK’S LEADING l! /'/ ' '/HOSTELRY i I ' j. Clean ii Airy Rooms . i ———'-r> Modern I Convenience^ jj j: nAl¥fdys, a 'Restful Night” _Ohns w Mad son, /Prop* \i=s=^jj_s: ■j"”V/ES” says; jj ”Prop in folks, and look jj around.... .I havo loads of roal '! "bargains « ., .Can furnish your jj homo from attic to the collar.” • : < • » * i it first Baptist church ■ • ■ Sunday Services, July 7th. Bible School moots at 10:30 A.M. Hiss C.PoKondrick, sup’t. Classes for all ago groups. Wo extend a cordial invitation to all t ho people of Kodiak and tho vicinity to tho regular morning worship and sormon at 11:10 A.IvI. ; Wo aro happy to announce that over] speaker fer both morning and ovcnii’p, services will bo Dr, Pitt Beers, j executive scc^y. of the Home Miss ion Society of the Northern Baptist Convention, 1 ALL ARE WELCOME COMIIM AND GO IN* • (from page 3) R.LoJordan one Verne St.Louis, who own3 the short-wave amateur radio station K7HnI at Ugashik. They plan on remaining in Kodiak this summer» Calling horc Sunday on a char ter trip for Jack Lydick, Art Wool ley piloted his plane to the waters surface a.t 9:15 A.M., with ilrs • Ed |Young as a round-trip passenger. Waiting only a few minutes to, fuel up and take a. sandwich, he took off for Cordova with Ja.ck Lydick. A ^smooth trip was reported all tho way.. Mr3. Alfred Lian and daughter recently a.rfivcd hone from a trip to Seattle, bringing with her a fine now a.ttra,ctivc stock of 'toys and knicknabks for the Kiddies. An attractive display is being made of them at tho Medial: Fountain around"AND ABOUT (from page 5) neighboring isle, Near Island,Ask Snitty about it 1..... .And is Walter hot and b othcrcd about a certain' auborn-hairud beauty these days... By -the way, Jerry, did your wife got in on the last boat?... .Tsh, tsh. but I heard there1 s to be another wedding tomorrow night, is that right Jack?....Let me remind you H appy, its only two dollars you owe me.Folks, the epidemic is with us - for X have Just hoard thap two more couples will exchange ye ser in the r.iC3t matrimonial fashion-, ncx; week.Better hurry up with that hospital, Doc i l Bye-Now, til ncit we ok,... \A/|—I V Go on any longer y V I I I • with that leaky ' ,// ’■ cold roof, - B U I L D " :Smm-'iPOOF easily, economically.Keep warn, dry and cosy this winter, • ft.V LOUGHEAD j GENERAL CONTRACTOR | "Show me,,,.1*11 repair it"