|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
BEAR RIVCn VALLEY LEADER, TREMONTON, UTAH Thursday, December 21, 1941 Darlene Second Counselor Miller Young Women's Mutual Improve ment Association SEMINARY SELECTS NEW OFFICERS The Seminary, following the cus- torn of past years, has elected the following officers to carry on activities for the coming year: Bishopric Rishon Robert Stenauist First Counselor Darvell its j President June Firth First Counselor Joyce Cape i ner Norma Second Counselor Jean Wise Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association President Cleon Summers First Counselor Elwin John son Second Counselor Jack Holt Second Counselor Jay Ander- son Relief Society President Maralyn Stark Bernice First Counselor Peterson MARRIAGE OF JANICE LOWER ANNOUNCED j i i Announcement is made of the marriage of Jenice Lower, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lower of Ogden, to Donald E. Lauritsen. The marriage took place on Sat ORPHEUM THEATRE urday, November 25th. Friday and Saturday SIMONE SIMON INDIAN WOMAN BURIED In "Madomoiselle Fifi" BUSTER CKABBE In "The Renegade" 5 DAYS STARTING SUNDAY BRIAN DON LEVY and ANN RICHARDS in Funeral services were held Tues day afternoon at Washakie for Katie P. Neaman, who died at a Malad hospital Thursday. Bishop Moroni Timbimboo was in charge of the service. Mrs. Neaman was the wife of Moses Neaman and is survived by him; two sons, Inford and Everett and one daughter. Miss Phebe Nea man of Nevada; also two step sons Jim and Foster Neaman and one Mrs. Lucy Wil liams; 16 grandchildren, one grand son in the service and four brothers: James, John, Thomas, and David Fabaweena, step-daught- "An American Rohiance" IN TECHNICOLOR Lone Show Come I'celinp Potatoes may scrape new potatoes more easily if you first soak them 10 minutes in cold water to which a handful of salt has been added You Early! Homing Pigeons Train Like GIs MERRY CHRIST. KI EL ROB3INS INJURED IN MISHAP Euel Robbins is recovering from severe bruises, which he sustained Tuesday afternoon near the gravel Bird Is Represented in All pit west of Tremonton. While driving1 his truck down hill he Branches of American stopped to assist a member of the road gang remove a large rock Armed Services. from the road. The brakes gave MIAMI, FLA. Dusty, the homing way on the truck and it rolled pigeon at the army air transport down, .pessing directly over Mr. command's 36th street base here, is Rabbins' legs, and one arm and leg no longer a "gourmet's specialty" cf Art Ward, the other man. squab on toast but rather a feathAccording to reports, no bones ered soldier in the United States were broken, but both men were army. bruised and it was necessary that "Dusty" is an army messenger they take an enforced rest for a that bails out at 35,000 feet to fly few days. through flak and natural phemiles of of hundreds nomena over ocean and land to bring to his home base the message upon which may depend the lives of his crewmates. The pigeon is represented in all branches of the armed services. Combat units carry their pigeons Friday and Saturday along they are parachuted down to men in isolated areas to substitute Nine Foch and Stephen Crane radios when dense for walkie-talkijungles make the short range radio ineffective. The pigeons' chief role is to substitute for other forms of communiDonald Berry - Wallace Vernon cation. in Birds Dropped in Bags. When the army air forces decided to adapt the bird for use in aircraft, they ran into some difficulty. Sunday - Monday - Tuesday Releasing the pigeons from ground Dennis Morgan - Eleanor Parker cages, to pick their own altitude for in flying, was one thing; tossing them out into the slipstream of a bomber roaring along at 300 miles an hour at altitudes up Matinee Show Sunday from o temto 35,000 feet, where 3:30 to 6 :00 p.m. peratures will freeze a man's hands 63 years of age will All over or face and where an oxygen mask must be worn, was something else. be our guests The blast from the propellers threat GO ened to shear their wings off. Wednesday and Thursday The army solved the problem by Jimmy Lydon - Charles Smith a in bird the paper bag, placing slit down one side, before dropping him out. The second it takes him to fight free is enough to sweep him clear of plane and propeller wash. Flight surgeons were puzzled over the pigeon's complete immunity to freezing temperatures and lack of oxygen. During flight the pigeon is oblivious to altitude, while the crewmen work in oxygen masks. The mystery was for a time second only to the question: How does a pigeon pick a straight course home from a distance of several hundred miles? The answer, however, was soon found by flight surgeons. They discovered .that the pigeon's basal 7( metabolic rate was so low that even the oxygen present at 35,000 or feet Is sufficient to keep the bird alive. His oxygen intake is low and he is able to withstand the cold because of a slightly higher body beat, the medicos explained. In addition, his body insulation can be doubled by fluffing out his feaiLars to catch warm particles of air. Get Basic Training. Tactical ships leaving the Miami base and combat planes ferried to overseas theaters carry a crate of four pigeons two to fly home to the V t- -Miami base and two who will fly to !.' ( on route. next the base the If the plane lands at sea, all birds are set free with messages, which give the location, time, identity of ship and any ether information ?$ I Y . which might be necessary. The pigeons are put through a regular "basic training" at ATC's bases at 36th street. Homestead and Morrison field, Fla., under the direction of Lieut. John Regan, a former Boston college football star. 1 He said "as soon as they are able "i ( to fly we start them out just like we would a bunch of GIs short . v, Ik trips at the beginning and longer the end. at start toward They trips six weeks, and at 12 weeks we've had them flying 300 miles over waterwith nothing to rest on during :. 1 the trip." "Pigeons will go AWOL just like GIs," he explained. 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