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Zenith bulletin
(May 28, 1943)

Zenith bulletin, May 28, 1943


´╗┐NAME OF LEADER and
No. of Men in Crewl
Francis Tyo    ( 7)
Reg Bjorklund (27)
Roger Swanstrom(l6)
James Kleven   (10)
D0)ND $TANDIN&S'
zw~ &,~e LISTED.,
At the right we have listed
the standings of every crew in the      -
yard in regard to the purchase of
War Bonds, through our payroll de-
duction plan.
THIS REPORT COVERS ONLY THE
PAY-PERIOD JUST PASSED... May let              o
to May 15th, inclusive.                         0
If the leaders are interested
in raising their standings before
we publish the next report, they
can obtain a list of their men who
are not buying 10% by seeing Arnold
Focha in the Accounting Office.
REGARDING THE CREW STANDINGS:
A word or two of explanation is nec-
essary in fairness to every crew
concerned. As will be noticed, the
top spot is held by Francis Tyols
crew 17.67%).
Tyo's crew is a swell bond buy-
ing crew and deserves credit, but it
was Anton Lubina's purchase of $125
worth of bonds last period that did
the trick.
As we stated last week, Best's
crew is still the only one that has
every man a 10% or better bond pur-
chaser.
Many other orews fell down be-
cause there was a man in the crew
who did not purchase any bonds at
all. Particularly in a small crew
such an occurence can do much to
tumble the crew's standing.
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'#4
Bert Wilkins
Eugene Best
Knute:Mesedahl
H. Hendrickson
Snuffy Olson
Bill Kirk
Louis Nichols
Dave Knutson
BernardkBrusin
"Frank Akey
John Holt
Don Reece
Harry Bloom
HaroldhFolger
Ole Johnson
Robt. Carlson
Pentti Kallio
Bill Shay
Ken Carlson
Geo.MaoKinnon
Ray Smith
Dan Wright
Harry Randall
Ed Le Blanc
Wm. Dudsic
Gene Foreman
Bill Erickson
Jim Abernethy
Orion Anderson
Mitch Miller
Art Bowen
Jim Torrance
J. W. Helps
Len Tyacke
Frank Ring
ABERNETHY SHOP
H. F. Nielsen
Walt Erickson
Lloyd Greenly
Guy Hanson
James Monroe
Lester Herold
Ed Bartell
(15)
7)
(13)
(17)
( 8)
(17)
(22)
(19)
(3)
iMl
1 )
(14)
(19)
()
(17)
(42
(11)
(14)
(11)
(13)
(26)
( 6)
(43)
8)
(15)
(27)
(27)
(23)
(35)
( 2
232
10
211
Ted Krause     (10)
Bull Gang      (20)
% DEDUCTED
For Bonds
17.67 %
11.78
11.52
11.22
10.96 %
10 94
10.90
10.
10.7
10.63
10.49
10.39
10.29
10.27
10.20
10.17
9.93%
9. 8
9.18
9. 3
9.32
9.%
9.46
9.37
9.32
9.26
8.96%4
8.96
8.914
8.93
8.71
8.51
8.35
8.18
7.80%/
7.76
7. 6
7. 5
7 . 62
7.5
6.04 %
5.92
<#0 fromftwe owe7oaa ce...
We hate to debunk all the
glowing reports that have
been making the rounds about
synthetic rubber, but we might
as well face the facts.
This is the real dope, an-
nounced by the OPA. There is
just enough rubber on hand at
present for * of a new tire
for every ESSENTIAL passenger
oar. The Japs have the rest.
The synthetic rubber pro-
gram? There will be 50 eyn-
thetio rubber tires available
for paseen er cars until the
Fall of 1944.
Nobody knows just how much
rubber the armed forces are
going to need. But everybody
does know that they will get
first call on what we have.
So, you'd better figure on
making your present tires do
for the duration.
Get them recapped before
you ruin them completely. Hold
your speed down to 35 miles;
keep your driving down; and
share your car.
Things may be tough; but
they're going to be tougher...
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