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- CCC Company 4451
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- v.1, no.30, September 1, 1936
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1936 wil il. Cne y :adre of n Co.143 Nwo came
IVES FAMILY TO ?ERRY FLORID'
i be Mrs. John F. Gibbons Jr, wife of Lt
ear Gi1bone and her son-and daughter a
twenty. rive at ~Torry,Saturday, Aug.22,19 6 at 2 to 2:15 F.M. Lt. Gibbons will moot than at
and Porry and escort than to their home.
lapped out to make Fd. There shall amusaorts. Baseball nd a track LA biC picnic wil followed by a bir Ling. Tell all yow
ILENTY OF MESS AND ERCZ'~ENT
Since the arrival of Lt. Horbort C4. Jones Jr.,tho Comnanding Cfficer, Lt. ohm F. Gibbons r.,,the cam; adju and moss officer, the Cenoral improve Sof the company, cany site, personnel,
h.blished bi-monthly by the
Educational Depar1~tent of Go. 4451, CCC Bhady Grove, Fla
Lt. Herbert Jones Cqmmanding Officer Lt. John F. Gibbons Mess Officer Lt. G.W. Neece Camp 4Surgeon
J. R. Demery Project Superintendent Hoyt Waldron Junior Civil Engineer W. A. Pitts Foreman: H. G. Sharpless Foreman Sam Degerling Foreman
E. M. Earp Clerk
Fred J. Hunter Walter E. Dozier
James B. Gray Cyrus Mayes Jr. Matthew Manuel Herbert L. Morse Dolphus A. Mamns
Editor in Chief Assoc. Editor Jokes Editor
Religious Iditor Field Editor Editorial editorial Sports B3itor
ME"THODS OF FINDING EMLOYMENT
When you wish to find employment or get a job, you must seloil your services. Whatever the work you are doing you arc selling your services. This is true whether you are driving a truck or a locamaotive, running an electric stsation or a machine shop, keeping
books, teaching or preaching, or doing anything that helps to meet the needs and desires of other persons.
Getting n job is, then, salesmanship of personal service. A good salesman is sure to sell his services;ho is likely to sell them where they are more useful to others, and therefore, where they bring him the largest pay. Further more after he finds the place ho wishes
he koops right on selling services
by constzntly studying how to make tha more usful tc his aplcyer. He nakes his cplcyor his best custonr by givi the beot service he can.
Thoro are many thinGs about the selling of personal service or getting jobs" that everyone ouht to know and that anyone can learn. Thoughtful stud of this book will help much tc nake a good sale, to get a good job and to hol ito
Some services are nore valible than others, If you wish to sell your servicoS troll you must make tha volub You us t learn to do some usef work and iz to do it woll, ThougChtful stpy close observation, and oxporinco-all will help much to teach you. For excp if you wish to sell your services as a autornbile export you will study all t you can about automobiles; you will ob. serve closely the mechanisms of difforei cars and the vway other good porknen na rappers and. adjustments, and you will not ngloct a single opportuiy to go experience in such *:ork,
Getting a job, or the job for
which you are best fitted, may be easy or it nay be hard fir you, depending N business conditions, on your ability, character and nontal attitude and eepo-ially on the way you go about it. B, iness conditions are inortant, but yo cust adapt yoursolves to th ad to w work harder to sell your services in a tine of business depresSion than you would have to work in normal tiese
Story of Louis Pastaur
In a little house, on the of the Tannors in Dole, France was born on Friday, Dec. 27B2 baby was christened Louis, Srn tour. Just one-hundrod years la
G. Cooper of this Sundi ay Ering AC eobined Suiny Scho: iccs a' liC Most apany ero p esecnt I seat, were co',upiT
the first song Fad J. Hut: prayor to our SaPooro R '.ei 1 as Spe:itendont of the .. zL. The scripture was taken fr i chapter of St, John, bagirn'
per preached a wonder,. the teachings of Jesus
-t another shcrt e~,ion t the oveninC s~v .co S7:30 Sun~day evening. ,oe orowd ecane to the were fortunate -n ha.uith us at this service
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Lcader Chirles F, Dmipsey tock a tr, to hi oe leit woks His parent recinLes ir Ncw Syra Florida, Dasey stated itect he hc 2 nico tire while abseut fon th: oun
Harvey Tinscoy, cook, visited his parents an-d other mae:kors of his fmai:ly soveral, days te Tiloy attended t'o furnal of a r' la tive 'hile he was awry. This was the solo p r osc of his trip.
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ASSTo C0. CLERK GOES HO3 ON LEAVE
Dolphu 41o Manns left for his home Friday afternoon Ee will visit his oun in Edrear rhile at Palatka Florida.
SiPlER ON LEVE
Lt. Horb-er 0,, Tcnes, Coriaondling Officer of our canp w4ill go on his vacation sacne tino hiSc woek.
Lts ones 1 W- way for a wook. He wil3 :rctln to dt before our caurp nniverscryt Lock to hir on his trip.
EJUCAIOM.ZIL 2DVSZR OTN LEAVN
1 U, 7 li, Solomon left Wednesdayy night, ugL2 1936 for his home a HoadLrdb, a-1
he =i 1 .20rn to ca~.n Sunday morning af-.oc a li~m ted visit to his home.
LEE CLUB GIVES PROGRUME
The Eurrieann Ch.oral Club of this clar gave a pogcn at the church in ,,iCiavill 'r sday nht, iug. 13, 19000
he 000 .Tunior four qartot accomLanod rhe o on th trij. They gave
sevral sections. ve:yone enjoyed
B LSE BiAL
The Camp Hurricane Nihe played a baseball game in Donnet, Fla Sunday afternoon, A.ugust 9, 1936. They played Shamrock, after defeating Perry 6-2
Our ace pitcher, Charles Silas hurled a fine game and Dolphus Manns pitched the other. The Hurricane team will play Perry Sunday afternoon.
Member Hillie Moore and Booker T. Hill mnode some fine catches in the fourth inning of the gamoe. The tem has won ten games this season.
SOFT B11ll TI~M
Diamond ball has taken our campr like a storm. Nearly everyone who gets a chance to p lay once ,al ways comes back to play again. It is a game that anyone can play.
This game is a little different from base ball, but the rules are sirilar to those of base ball. One of the rules is to stay on base until someone at the bat hit4 the ball. A diamond ball is four inches in diam otor.
Fred Hunter has the best team in the camp. It defeats every other team that it plays.
Volley ball is a very popular game inn the camp now. Charles Silas, Arthur L. Hilliams, Henry Sinnons and a host of others.
All men who cannot catch a base ball nmay come out to the volley ball court. ,e bat the ball instead of catch it.
Anyone who wishes to read up on the rules of any gaoe will cona over to the educational office and procure a book. Those games are very interesting and healthful. Let us take part in then
NET FIRE ElE RELS
Fire barrels have boon placed
all over the camps At least one barrel
is placod at the and of each bi in -rp. They are equipped wit buckets.
The now fire regulations the nobers of this company rei a Safety mooting. A set of their is found inside of every buil canr. Let us read these rules take hooeed to the things it says caso of fire. If you can not r o11, ask your Barracks leader plain them to you. Let us eprov by not smoking in bed !' -
Aest. Leader Clarence Gibson was promoted. to a loader this week. Gibson has beeoon mechanic for the forestry since he enrolled in the CCC.
Monmbers Willio James, Stanley Monroe and Arthur Hillians wore rated to Asest. Leaders last wooeek. These non will have to be more careful since they have been chosen to lead other monbers.
Our Reading Roon has been iriprovoc quite a bit since the arrival of our new educational depart-aent Adviser. More naCG azines and have papers have booeen subscril scribed for. 27o daily Colored News Papers have boon sent for also. Cae to th reading room and road. th different book
DID YOU KNOH T AT ? ? -? ? ? ? ? ?
Jenkins asked a lightning bug for a draw off of a cigarrette???? He though it was a smoker .
Ji mie Gray was very tired af er his hard work Sunday evening ?. ? ? ?
Bingo is going to stop I sinning ways ? ? ? ? ?
Adviser Is square. Pohoke
It is a reat pleasure and feeling satisfatio tome to note the inased pride enthusiasm and personal Sthat the mebers ar taking Ln camp Nothing is ever so good that re as nit rom for Improersmenj, iWe ust remmb that our record atio Hedqutarters is just what We a it, If we ore content with a poor ing, there cur record wculd be such ant to puG ouzr ,ainp on top, so al as must strive earnestly with all spirit of cooperation and personal e that we may have our camp, sc>ted by those in charge as the outading caD,; in the District. Here I want- to congratulate the who are J .(. the ccmpany in a days to enter college, you have ran your ability and ambitious to Corward. Luck to you.
To the rcmaining members
IS IS YOUR CAMP
Yhke it what it can be.,
"TE BEST IN TIE DISTRICT
Your Commanding Officer.
N2' ASST. EDUCATION L DVSR
ns, one of
Intore for is a
Imber Charles Silas will lOvo for his home sometime during the mont] of September. After visiting his prents, Silas will attend college at Tallnahassoo, Florida.
** ** * *
Mr, W.H. Solomon took a business trir, to Daytona, Florida Saturday morning. He got back in camp Monday morning. lHe stated that he had a fin tri
Dr. Palmer, malarial Inspector of District "11H" w:as n guest of our camp last week. He inspected the blood smears of every person in camp. No malarial germs have boon found yet.
MK1V1BR VISIT RELTIVE
Member Jessie Haynes visited his friends and relatives last week. HayneE reported a nice time8
SICK IN B-D
Member AJlbert Holionn was lay& up in the Infirmnary this week. He injured his knee while working in tha woods.
Other mcbors vwih Holinon a sioedy recobory.
TO LMVE FOR COLLEGE
Do you know that there is an Aer, ican ririne of which you may be justly proud ? On our goat froch-vator eas over seven hundred ships fly the stars
and stripes. In conjunction with Canada there are over a thousand bottoms plying the 2,400 miles of travel lanes betwooeen the head of navigation at Lake Superior and tidewater at the mouth of
the St. Lawrence river.
When the ,orts of the United Statoe are mentioned, you think, probably, of New York, Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia, Charleston, No Orleans, Seattle,
Los Angeles and nary other. But for many years the inland port of DuluthSuperior at the head of the great lakes has ranked second only to New York in annual tonnage_ and that with loss thea an eight rnths' shipping season. An average yearly cornrerco over a ten year period of nearly fifty million tons, With a peak year (1929) of over sixty million tons is a lot of cor.nreo,
The history of the traffic on the Crest Ickoo nay be divi-ded rouhly .into throo D hases."thEnh of 'the comm.odities. leading these phases of shipping brought iAth it distinctive nothods of handling each coniodity, knoun nowhere in ocooean comrxorco ,
More than one-hund-rod years bofor Daniel Boone rangCoed the forests of Kentucky these inland seas wero used as traffic lanes leading to the heart of the North xierican Continent. Grosielli Radison, aenoyan, Allouez traversed this highway and marked the path fornt the fr st phase, the trade in furp. With th establishnt of trading post the Incdian and the restless whito trapper, their tricky bireh canoes looded with polspddlo4 the waters .cfto
from "Today" heazines,
SuncLy School was held in the I recreational hall Sunday norningTho I lesson was taken fro the Gosol of
a national Super in overy Si
1. hcw nany Florid: the Presidents Oab: L. None
2. What is the pQopi 1. 1930 conaus) 1,, Government ontica 3. The fastest rai: every recorded in w vs ade in Florid, 1* Over the Plant Fleain- to Jackson at a speed of 120 1 five niloo
4. .hat is the long way in the state o: curvo???
L4f On the T eniai,vrlades. 'There road thirty-four ra: X.-ma
visited their role ,r ri a last week. Ti
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mmm P/SiV rrr ie_J" *** -d Td; C.C.C. i Co/tfpAhhf SAax/y G/-e>Kc t J-/<2~: Vo/, 1, cr V. i, mg A I0.30 CAMP ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Monday, August 24, 1936 will bo tho anniversary of Co, 4451* One yoar ago on this some date, a cadre of twentyfive ncn were sent out from Co. 1432 to this site. Many members have come and gone, but the best have stayed behind to carry on the duties ofÂ’olo p-68 Plans are being mapped out tG make this day one to bo rcr.^rod. There shall be plenty of eats and amusements. Baseball, volley ball, soft ball and a track meet will be hold also, A big picnic will bo hold at Lake Taylor followed by a big dance later in tho evohing. Toll all you]' friends about this event, ********* cfficer)d parents here > Mr, and Mrs, John F. Git tons, Sr, parents of Lt, Gibbons visited camp Saturday afternoon. They staydd as guests and ate dinner and supper in camp, Mr, and Mrs, Gibbons departed from camp at 7:00 P.K, cnrcute to New York City and Washington D.C. While visiting Lt, GibbonsÂ’s parents roomed at tho Hotel Madison at Madison, Florida, MCVES FAMILY TO PERRY FLORIDA Mrs, John F. Gibbons Jr f wife of Lt Gibbons and her son and daughter Â” Â‘ ar rive at Perry, Saturday, Aug, 22,1936 at 2:15 P.M. Lt, Gibbons will meet then at Perry and escort them tc their hone, ************ PLENTY CF MESS AND IMPROVEMENT Since the arrival of Lt, Herbert C, Jones Jr,, the Commanding Officer, and Lt, John F, Gibbons Jr,, the camp adjutan and moss officer, the general improvement of the company, camp site, personnel, no.> rale, interest and enthusiasm has bcttcroii tho hold camp, Tho improvement of tho mess in more food serving, beverages and. -fruits is tho best to be had. The cooperation between Lt, Gibbons and mess steward Ghas, Myers and tho entire cooks and IC.P.spcrscnnol has promised a cleaner, orderly and effecient kitchen machinery, ************* ASST. EDUCATIONAL -DVISER TO LEAVE Fred J, Nun ter, Asst. OIL*, will leovo for school sometime in September. All of tho members will miss him much.
PAGE 2 ^rCCBST 1 1936 pllVblished bi-monthly by the Educational Department of Co. 4451, CCC Shady Grove, Ha* ARMY PERSONNEL Lt. Herbert Jones Commanding Officer Lt. John F. Gibbons Hess Officer Lt. G.W. Neece Camp SSurgeon W.H. Solomon Educational Adviser FORESTRY .PERSONNEL / J. R. D emery Project Superintendent Hoyt Yfal&ron Junior Civil Engineer V/. a. Pitts Foreman H. G. Sharpless Foreman Sam Dsgering Foreman E. M. Earp Clerk *** ** Sfc # C HR CHICLE STAFF Fred J. Hunter Editor in Chief Walter E. Dozier Assoc. Editor James B. Gray Jokes Editor Cyrus Mayes Jr. Religious Editor Matthew Manuel Field Editor Herbert L. Morse Editorial Editorial Dolphus a. Manns Sports Editor * sje J(< Jjt METHODS OF FINDING EMPLOYMENT When you wish to find employment or get a job, you must sell your services. Whatever the work you arc doing you are selling your services. This is true whether you are driving a truck or a locomotive, running an electric st sat ion or a machine shop, keeping books, teaching or preaching, or doing anything that helps to meet the needs and desires of other persons. Getting a job is, then, salesmanship of personal service. A good salesman is sure to sell his services ;he is likely to sell them whore they ore more useful to others, and therefore, where they bring him the largest pay. Furtheimore after he finds the place ho wishes he keeps right on selling his services by constantly studying how to make them mere useful tc his employer. He makes his employer his best customer by giving the best service he can. There are many things about the selling of personal service or" getting jobs" that everyone ought to know and that anyone can learn. Thoughtful study of this book will help much tc make a good solo, tc get a good job and to hold itc Some servicoG are more voluble than others o If you wish to sell your services well you must make then voluble you must learn to do some useful work and x& to do it wcHU Thoughtful stply, close observation, and cxperioncc-all will help much to teach you. For example if you wish to sell your services as an automobile export you will study all tha you can about autonobiles; you will observe closely the mechanism of different cars and the way ether good workmen make repairs and ad justments and you will not neglect a single opportunity to get experience in such work. Getting a job, or the job for which you aro best fitted, nay be easy or it nay be hard fir you, depending on business conditions, on your ability, character and mental attitude and especially on the way you go about it. Busjinesc conditions ore important, but you must adapt yourselves tc them and tc worji work harder to sell your services in a time of business depression than you would have to work in normal tines. By International Correspondence School if * ** Story of Louis Pasteur In a little house, on the street of the Tanners in Dole, France, a baby was born on Friday, Doc. 27,1822. This baby was christened Louis, Surname Pasteur. Just one-hundred years la ter, on Dec. 27, 1922, the bells of Dole rang for two ninutos and all the bolls from the plains of the SS&ouie to the crests of the Jura replied in unison to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of this baby*s birth, "proud little town of Doloj" Louis Pasteur was one of the greatest scientist of his tine and his nano will live for a long time.
THE CHRCTJICLE 1 XSV6 PAGE 3 j THEY COLS AMD THEY GO TAKES LEAVE ****>(:#** CHAPLAII VISITS CALIF Leader Charles F c Denpsey took a Lt. Chaplain, G. A. Cooper of thi* trip tc his home .last week-. His parents resides in Hew Stpiaa Florida., Denpsey District visited us Sunday morning Aug: stated that ho he a a nice tine while 9, 1936. Ee held, a ccahined Sunday Scho: l absent fa on the camp and devotional services ac L$-,w'< / : + ^ 5)c if. ifVISITS PARENTS in the Recreation hall before .10 ;i0-. Sene who had no!: been attending service Harvey Tinsley, cook, visited his wore there* parents and other n. ambers of his family After the firs a soup Fred Jo Hunt :i som era J days ago Tinsley attended tie offered a prayer to ear Sard our, P.3 -..ei.pt f urn el cf a relative while ho was away. Cox acted as Super intend on t of the Sun This was tho solo purpose of his trip. day School. The scripture was taken id or the fourth chapter of St c John, baginnir at the second verso. Chaplain Cooper preached a wonderASS TÂ„ CC. CLZRE GOES HOME ON LEAVE ful sermon about the teachings of Jesus Christ. Ee brought another shefrt sermon Dolphus Ao Manns loft for his hene nette before us at the evening service Frida:/afternoon. Ee will visit his aunm which was hold at 7:50 Sunday evening Â• in Edrar while at Palatka FLorida. Ai (WOE? A large crowd cane to fcho night service* \\ r o were fortunate in ho5|C ^ 5J; ving some ladies with us at this service Â• j)o|< VISITS RELATIVES SHIPPER ON LEAVE Lt<, Herbert 0. Tones, Connanding Officer of our canp will go on his vaMailers Johnnie MoAllirter r aALbort cation sene time ibis weeko .1 to Jones w iML away for a week, Ee Eclinon, Bud Lights ey, Oycnr, Hayes, V ilwill return tc duty before our canp Anlio Armstrong and a hos b of others took niverscry. Luck to him on his trip.. a trip home to sec the folks., Johnnie McAllister and Willie Armstrong wore ** .Â•>* ** **--1 A W 0 L as usual All of tho above nanod ELOCAHGNML AJjVISER ON LEAVE non reported a nice tine Mr-, V.d E Solomon loft Wednesday night* nag ,12, .Â’.936 for his hone in MEDICAL DOCTOR HERE Eoa d land i ab or a He will return to canp Sunday norCapt. R. i 1 Barr, District Dentist. ning after a limited visit tc his hone. visited our camp several days ago,.. He extracted a few teeth for sene cf the men. Ho natter how nany times Dr, Barr GLEE CLUB 011133 PROGRAMME attends this caxip he will find a bad tooth in the company.. The Hurricane Choral Club of this Dr, Barr cautioned every nan against canp gave a program at the church in teeth decay. He says that the nog3.eÂ”Â‘tici : ,,'igglnsvillG Thursday night, Aug. 13, of washing our teeth causes decey 0 That 1936,, is why sc nany non have bad breath or The GOO Junior four qmartot acccrnhalitosis. We tharjc Capt r Earn for this panted r.ho grout, on the trip. Thay gave information. several, selections. Everyone enjoyed ** 5J-. sj* ^ ^ this music ana told the boys to cone Saturday, ,higus t Id,. 1936 is the back again* Janos Lancaster acted as Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Hary c master of a or memos.
TEE CHRONICLE 1 page $ 4 ***>; BASE B^JLL Tho Camp Hurricane Nine played a 10801011 gone in Donne t, El a Sunday j afternoon, August 9, 1936. They played Shamrock, after defeating Perry 6-2 Our ace pitcher, Charles Silas hurled a fine gone and Dolphus Harms pitched the other. The Hurricane team will play Perry Sunday afternoon. Meritor Willio Moore and Booker T. Hill made some fine catches in tho fourth inning of the game. The team has non ten games this season. SOET Bill TEAM Diamond tall has taken cur camp like a storm. Nearly everyone who gets a chance to p lay once always comes tack to play again. It is a game that anyone can play. This game is a little different from taso tall, lut the rules are similar to these of lase tall. Cne of tho rules is to stay on tase until someone at the tat hitg, the tall. A diamond tall is four inches in diameter. Bred Hunter has the test team in the camp. It defeats every other team that it plays. * ** ** VOLLEY BALL Volley tall is a very popular game inn tho camp non. Charles Silas, Arthur L. Â’williams, Henry Simmons and a host of others. All men who cannot catch a baseball may come out to tho volley tall court. We tat the tall instead of catch it. Anyone who wishes to read up on the rules of any gome will come over to the educational office and procure a took. These gomes aro very interesting and healthful. Let us take part in then. >!< sje % ifi if. 3}; -if net; EIRE BARRELS i Fire barrels have been placed all over the camp* At least one barrel is placed at the end of each building in canpo They are equipped with fire buckets. read The now fire regulations wore to the members of this company rocontly at a Safety mooting. A sot of those rules is found inside of every building in camp. Lot us road these rules again and take heed to tho things it says to do ir case of fire. If you can not road very well, ask your Barracks loader to explain thorn to you. Lot us preventfires by not smoking in bed r Â• i Â• r w\ j 0 * NEW RATED MEN Asst. Leader Clarence Gibson was promoted, to a loader this week. Gibson has teen mechanic for the forestry since he enrolled in the CCC. Members Willie James, Stanley Monroe and Ar thur Williams wore rated to Asst. Loaders last week. These men will have tc to more careful since they have toon chosen tc lead other members. *** ** ** ***** READING ROOM. Cur Reading Room has teen improved quite a bit since the arrival of our nexl educational department Adviser. More magazines and have papers have been subscrib scribed for. TWo daily Colored Nows Papers have been sent for. also. Como to the reading room and read the different books sic sjs Sit # siM"* SIDE **** BUSTERS DID YOU KNOW THAT ???????? Jenkins asked a lightning bug for a draw off of a cigarretto???? He thought it was a smoker Â• Jimmie Gray was very tired after his hard work Sunday evening ?????? Bingo is going to stop his sinning ways ? ? ? ? ? Advisor: Is the world round, flat or square, pehokeo Clayton; Neither it is crooked. There is one bridge you canÂ’t burn behind! you and thatÂ’s the one on your no so
yiiiftw 'f I m THE CmCmttLE SETT. EACFjE ^ A WORD FROM THE COMMANDING OFFICER TO THE MEMBERS OF CO. 4451 TO LE,IVE FOR COLLEGE Member Charles Silas will leave It is a great pleasure and feeling for his home sometime during the month of satisfaction to me to note the inof Septembers ..fter visiting his pa creased pride enthusiasm and personal rents. Silas will attend college at pride that the members are taking in our campt Nothing is ever so good that Tallahassee, Florida. there Is not room for impro-remenvo ****** ***** We must remember that cur record al Dis trior Headquarters is just what We make it, If wo are content with a poor rating, there cur record would be such. TAKES TRIP We want to puo our camp on. topg sc all Mr. W.H* Solomon took a business of us must strive earnestly with all trip to Daytona, Florida Saturday morthe spirit of cooperation and personal ning. Ho got back in camp Monday morpride that wo may have our camp, soning. He stated that he had a fine trie looted by those in charge as the outstanding earing in the District. Here I want to congratulate the ************ men who are Ic&Ting the company in a few days to enter college;, you have proven your ability and ambitious to MALARIAL INSPECTOR go forward. Luck to you. Dr e Palmer, malarial Inspector of District "H" was n guest of our camp To tho remaining members last week. He inspected the bftood '' smears of every person in camp. No naTHIS IS YOUR CAMP Make it what it can bo. THE BEST IN THE DISTRICT larial germs have been found yet. *** ******* *,* MEMBER VISIT RELATIVES Your Commanding Officer. Member Jessie Haynes visited his friends and relatives last week. Haynes reported a nice time* * * J(fe SICK IN BED NEW ASST. EDUCATIONAL ADVISER Member Albert Kolimon was layed up in tho Infirmary this week. Ho inMember Henry D. Simmons, one of jurod his knee while working in the our now cnrollees, has been appointed woods Â• as Assistant to tho Educational AdviOther members wish Eolincn a ser. He took tho place of former Asst* Educational Adviser, Fred J. Eunte:c*o speedy rocobery. Simmins was an understudy for two days under Mr, Solomon. He is a High School Graduate of Fessenden AcaSPRAINS FOOT. demy, Ocala Florida. Hunter stated that Simmons is woifel prepared for this job Asst. Loader Meeker Williams and that the students will like him. sprained his loft ankle while voiking in tho woods last week. Williams slftfee 9 is in a had condition.
TEE CEP^Ejni^ xr x, 1-9 36 r 1 ~~ Â— Â— Â— FRESHfcYAlER EMPIRI Do you know that thoro is an Amor} icon marine of which you nay be justly proud ? On our great fresh-wa tor seas over seven hundred ships fly the stars and stripes. In conjunction with Canada there are ever a thousand bottons plying the Â£,400 nilos of travel lanes between the head of navigation at Lake Superior and tidewater at the nouth of the St. Lawrence river. 'When the ports of tho United Stated are mentioned, you think, probably, of New York, Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia, Charleston, Now Orleans, Seattle, Los Angelos and many others. But for many years the inland port of DuluthSuperior at the head of the groat lakes has ranked second only to Now York in annual tonnage_ and that with loss that an eighteenths* shipping season. An average yearly commerce over a ten year period of nearly fifty million tons, with a peak year (1929) of over sixty million tons is a lot of connorco. The his tory of tho traffic on the great lakes nay bo divided roughly into three phases. Each cf the commodities leading these phases of shipping broughjt with it distinctive methods of handling each commodity, known nowhere in ocean commerce. More than one-hundred yoars befor Daniel Boone ranged tho forests of Kentucky these inland seas wore used as traffic lanes leading to the heart of the North American Continent. Grosiolliprs Rad icon, Qenoyan, Allouoz traversed this highway and narked the path fornt the fifst phase, tho trade in furs,. With the establishment of trading posts the Indian and the restless white trapper, their tricky birch canoes loaded with pelts, paddled the waters of tho great lakes* From "Today" Magazines. ** ** ** ** ** Sunday School Sunday School was hold in tho recreational hall Sunday morning .Tho losson was takon from tho Gospel of St. John 1;310* Sunday School is hold in tho Rocref^ ational hall ovary Sunday morning. Tfec Superintendent holds songs services ovory Sunday evening at 7:30 ******* ** Know YOUR STATE ( F.iC IS ABOUT EL.. 1. Kcw many Floridians havo served im the Presidents Cabinents .???? A. None 2. 'What is tho population of Florida?? A* 1930 census) 1,468,211 July 1933 Government estimate 1,544,000. 3. The fastest railway speed record every recorded in the United States was made in Florida. 'When and whore??? -Y* Ovor the Plant System, now ACL from Fleming to Jacksonville in March 1901 at a speed of 120 miles per tour for fivo nilos* 4. ..'hat is the longest str%2i of highway in the state of Florida with out a curve??? A* On the Tamiami Trail, across the Everglades. There is one section of road thirty-four nilos long without a curve.* ********* VISIT PARENTS AT OCALA, Georgo Kennedy and Janos Harvoy visited their relatives in Gca la Florida last week. These young men stated that they had a good tine while they were away* w ********** NEW DRINKING FOUNT! N A now drinking fountain is be ing erected in front of Barracks "B". It will be completed shortly. The fountain will havo a covering over it Moss and palmettos will be put on th3 top. Tho fountain will he situated in the middle of tho house* Seats will ho x laced around tho sides of the building-. ********** Labor day will bo colob rat od Sept. 7,1936,