I like this guy. A lot.Some Things Never Change
To the Editor:
Sir-- Why not suggest in your editorials to the C.W.A. or the Reforestation Camps the necessity of filling in the mud holes, particularly in the deer section, for instance Tabernacle to High Crossing, then to Hawkins Lowland, Quaker Bridge.
In fact, the large portion of old roads through the swamps are almost impassable. We gunners pay a fair license and do dislike breaking so many springs on our cars pulling through water holes which could be filled in and elminate the fear of trying to get through these roads.
This in my mind would be quite as important as any forest work that could be done, and I am sure every sportsman or gunner would agree with me.
Emory G. Cramer
Note: I suspect he died two years later and is presently in Pointville cemetery at Ft Dix.