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- Seedling pine
- Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) -- Company 1420
- Place of Publication:
- Ocala, Florida
- CCC Company 1420
- v.1, no.5, November 5, 1934
- Physical Description:
- volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
- Physical Location:
- Box 2
Box: Publications of CCC camps by number 453-4451
Folder: C.C.C. #1420 and #1421
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periodical ( marcgt )
- Dates or Sequential Designation:
- Began 1934.
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- University of Florida
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- UF Special Collections
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remarked that, our amf -was the 0leanegt camp that they had bpan to. .Axnyhow, per labata-Woare -icot in vain. So lt str.ive to have our camp still bettr- next time.
RADIO CLUB,-BUI LD ING
Plans have been made f or the-onstuct ion of a Radio 0lub Buil..gihg. This:-buil!ding. is: to be a. rus iclog building, and it is to be-for the use:.of the. btoys interated. in radio. It will be-a pla.o w v"A Pahe3 oan assemble and
study a tnd ct mo est any one isae, and they will not be momeated.4 Itlas thought that the woitk on it would saWrt last Saturday, but It dyed. However it
y Joeata-td rLt.;Satuirdty .
Whe-e6 the radlio ht'n- of'"the.Came
Director Fechner, of the Emergency Conservation Work, in a nation wide address by radio from Washington !few days ago highly praised the work of the Civilian Canaervation Corps, and o tat his opinion as being that Congas would:vide .unds -fo A manthinence $f the Corps until private business usurped the unemployed.labor aong young men and Veterans*
Ble poinged,-out that -the Corps hias not been an expense to the government. The value of work thsat, has bean soconplished is of subatant ial- proport ions. -He mentioned the other benef.es derived frbL 'CC: he. developing of selfrelianoe in the yp.ag men of Amearica; and their ysial developments that Campfe. s~.timulates; the disciplinary training and the punctual Raily routine; together with the aid give4- Q'rhoe folks and andi the value-of fo- ,rotboted from fires hroughet the nation etc., make it a suocesul'unern-,
jrqir.-.y obBSTVa.trs the CCC work tends to dispel desponden'oy and inatill again abitions into the hearts of the young men in it.
.Our, Achievements /Will- b~e oited as.. .aserrto continuee -the CO~corps o to discontinue it. So everyshould strive for a good reoord that I voun America will hve tha a
THE SEEDLING PINE
Asat. Editor Ayer
Bus. Mgr. Wade
Exchange Ed. Price
Sports Ed. Duncan
Art Editor Fancher
THIS 'N THAT
One of the leading men of the camp said that us boys are favored in our inspection: We are forewarned.
There has been much interest taken lately in High School Correspondence Courses by the men in Oamp.
--The third barracks has won Sergeant Abehier's goodwill.
--The roads to oap have been builLt.
--The basketball team of Co. 1420 has gained renown.
--We can hunt deer during the week-ends.
--We get the brush-hooking finished.
--Cosby and Johnny tell where that particular place is in Ocala.
--The typing students are able tO get somewhere before "returning
--When it snows canteen checks that are attached to the bodk .,
--When Haney tells all about his last Sunday 's trip..
The Company has relieved conies of the papers of Companies 1217, Ricker Mills Vermont, and 1252,
Ma-ion Virginia. Thd:ae papers are on ile in the library. These companies have requested an exchange for copies ,of our paper.
Wonder when the dramatics club will give us another entertainment.
There have been many improvements made in the library in the last few weeks.
The basketball team was making playa on the blackboard last Tuesday might.
HUNTERS--Chief Forester Joe McCollough is actively at work forewarltng the hunters of the many CC boys in the Ocala, National Forest. He has had it published in several papers that anyone found using a, gun recklessly will be prosecuted. And also no one will be permitted to hunt within a certain radius of the progeots. It is rumored* that hunting with,rifles in the forest will be prohibited.
There are many hunting camps in i-n this forest. Two new camps are bein d.dLed to the fourteen already existing, making a total o'f sixteen oamns. With these f oilities everyone should enjoy 4 good hunting season, if carefulness isi
used. As everyone knows, the hunting season begins on November twentieth.--Ed.,
It'll be a swell time
THE SEEDLING IE
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YOU MUSICIANS--- n'laturse Nook" .
All of ypu fellows, who play Every one 0 you have seen bats
-usical instrimint s of some ki, of one Rind cr another. The one
get to-Vethet and for, a C$mp band pecies tha a-re widtiely ditricuoi orchestra. There is evidenae. -ted thraowt the .wvorlg .s OT Y nf mlnb and-'-talent in carp And known up the-liTtis brown bat. theres no need of it all going to in .. C~cla. i p..oal Fores a
waste. We.could have a"Bfirst rte" I have ocaerved .a y of t:ese string band if only Songe steps little +rturs lttir aot
were taken toward forming one. So at twiliht..Th go into uou-,
again, fellow, '1st es gjzt..going. e that will -ivalithose of a and hz.ve a band. Every body wants airplr'. They are not C:erely .one and wehqve the talt.o why n ying -or are they flitting to etnot have one? hcae esbat ratr tAy .
You e lows ;ho havebeen gi ing"drtihg here ani-7r t n Thn
us thit "barger-hop harmony", why insects which t:.ac l v 7
-not) have a a horius alon l'"I
with the band?--Captain Bridges Bats er# not bS'd to I lear
argued. Gll amounrC:,t: .0.
mram:aLs, 4 just likd c0
ACCOMPLISHMENT bears cats, etc. A ~na !, an
Snim al that gives oJLrt to itsr
Aelow are statistics for work young and suck.ea theI Bats do
n inthe field by Company 1420 just this, Lit.tle rown bats,
CC, as submitted by Supt.C.H. have i s yzo uualy born
....... i 'i ,e m dA f ,un he N1o rt h
Rogers of the U.S.Forest Eervioce. in te mi of Ju n the ort
Jhis was work comp.leed- in the week U. Just ,when their ting season of Ot. 29th to-Nov 2, 193: is, or pei. of atti1on are
t 0 ) jof heir
Sltwr i ZSTie k ..road--. .lifehistor~ One pair has been
Straed ruts in heavy sand places.- seen'matir.g Auut, .
Clearing And grubbing Road #19 Bat aire nfocturna-l in thsir ha75rmiles. bits, hi oin. awvay in the dy time.
llso cu. yd of up a.nd abou, at i- May at s
sand hauled. inl ud.ing the one :n Qus ion hiberR dide hearing 4200 feet ns.tles during ol weather. In thn
fire brea-ks)\~.3 miles-leared. north it goes to its winter quarters
i between the last -o September, nd
Public Camb Ground s~ite cleair- 11f-n
P andbubic 4 onesthud rr- middle of October, whiLe here in our
d cand building one thild com- locmion ir is u-ue.1ey warmer longer
-l oc&.;ion i- s u~ifyi warn~z pleted. T.They reapp-ar in Api, or.early
May, and ieo vries in the South. Ta ,4he little brown bats are as-p artCheiropteral Myoteas Fungitotus, la of t i .r- acaap, an-Hon o itItudintaous Examinonly CAcesid house cat.
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COMPANY 1420 DEFEATS STRONG ARE THONY HI TEAM IN SEASON OPENER
Coach Lt. Crofton took his toe
team to Anthony last Wednesday night and handed them a 24 to 11 licking in the first game of the season for both teams.
The little but game Anthony Hi
team found it hard to penetrate Co. 1420's defense and met with no avail when they tried to work the ball through.
Led by Capt. Ben Duncan and a couple of fast breaking guards, Woods and Ertsherger, the local tean got away with a bang and soon had things going their way. Harold Burroughs, big 1420 center seemed
The I over in up well
It i team wi march a day nit
"If. its hardware, weave i
mBE A BOOSTER
THE INSPEGTO!ie VISIT Last Monday' morning, our Camp wasinspected' by Major C.P. gross vand 'Captain B'. A. Shipp. The re. 'parts about Camp are that they seemed -well pleased with the app, earahde oi'ths Camp. And one oi th accompanying men is said to' have remarked that our camp was the cleanest camp that they had b^en to. Anyhow, pur labors were not in vain. So lets strive to have our camp still better next time. RADIO CLUB BUILDING Plans have been made for theconstruction of a Radio Club 3 uil^Â•ding. This building is to be a Â’rustic log building, and it is to be for the use. of the boys interested in ra,dio. It will be a place where they can assemble and study and net molest anyone Â’ else-, s-nd whore they wj.11 not be molest. .ed. It was though-t that the work '.on it would; 0 tart last Saturday^ but it was delayed. However it may be sto.rted nest. Saturday Wade, the radio 'nan of 'the. C^xp has been Â’very anxious for, such a' placeÂ’ to carr3^ on his atiudies for several months. It will be an ideal place for code practice. Director Fechner, of the Emergency Conservation Work, in a nation wide address by radio from Washington a few days ago highly praised the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps, and he stated his opinion as being that Congress would pBpvide |u.nds for -the maintainence ^f the Corps until private business usurped the unemployed labor among. young men and Veterans. He pointed,, out that the Corps has not been an expense to the government The value of work that, has been accomplished is of substantial* proportions. He mentioned theother benefies derived frbm CCG; Â• The. developing of selfreliance in the young men of Americaj and their physical developments that Camp, life stimulates; the disciplinary training and the punctual aaily routine; together with the aid given -to. 'home foixa and nen; and t-he va.l-us .of f onec's .preU' :ted from fires uhrougheu-j the nation, e b c ma k e it a s uc c e s .0 f u .1 u.L.d3 r tak4ng. ^BÂ’rqm-my observations the CCC work tends to dispel des-oondenoy and instill again ainbitions into the hearts of the young men in it. Our, Â•a^chievement's will be cited as .reasonst;,o continue the CCGbrps or to discontinue it. So every nan should strive for a goed record that young Amsrica will ha^'e 'Lhe chances : t hat has been ours.
THE SEEDLING PINE Page 2 STAFF Editor Aest. Editor Bus Mgr Exchange Ed. Sports Ed. Art Editor Typist Printer Staff AdviserBryant Ayer V/ade Price Duncan Fane her Vanderhoek Ahshire -Wm. A .McCarty THIS Â‘N THAT One of the leading men of the camp said that us hoys are favored in our inspection: We are forewarned. There has been much interest taken lately in High School Correspondence Courses by the men in Gamp. ItÂ’ll be a swell time When.^i Â— Â— The third barracks has won Sergeant Abshier's goodwill. Â— The roads to camp have been built Â— The basketball team of Co. 1420 has gained renown. Â— We can hunt deer during the week-ends. Â— V/e get the brushhooking finished. Â— Cosby and Johnny tell where -that particular place is in Ocala. Â— The t^'-ping students are able to get somewhere before "returningÂ”. Â— When it snoTfs canteen checks that are attached to the book. Â• Â— When Haney tells all about his last Sunday Â’ s t r ip Â• HUNTERS The Company has reoieved copies of the papers of Companies 1217, Ricker Mills Vermont, and I252, Mai '.on Virginia. Tbe.as papers are on file in the library. These companie.s have requested an exchange for copies of our 'paper. Wonder when the dramatics club will give us another entertainment. There have been many inprovements made in the library in the' last few weeks The basketball team was making plays on the blackboard last Tuesday might. Chief Forester Joe McCollough is actively at work forewarmiing the hunters of the many CC boys in the Ocala, National Forest. He has had it published in several papers that anyone found using a gun reckless^J:y will be prosecuted. And also no one will be permitted to hunt; within a certain raddus of the projects. It is rumoredthat hunting with rifles in the forest will be prohibited. There are many hunting camps in in this forest. Two new camps are bein^ r.dded to the fourteen already existing, making a total of sixteen camms. With these facil' ities everyone should enjoy a, good hunting season, if carefulness is Â‘ used. As everyone knows, the hunting season begins on November twentieth Ed.
r THE SEEDLING PIIIEC YOU MUSICIANS ^ All of you felD.ows, who play musical instrumants of some kind, get to-gether and form a Cs-mp hand or orchestra There is evidenoe Qf m'.inh miiA-j cn-1..-ta3ftnt m camp and theres no need of it a3.1 going to waste. We could have aÂ’'Â‘first r^steÂ” string band if only some steps were taken toward forming one. Â§o again, fellows., let s ,gjct ...going and have a hand. Every body wants one and we have the talent so why n not have one? ; Y ou f 3 1 low s kho have b o,e n g iV ing' us that "baroer-shop harmonyÂ”, why not have a quartet or chorus along with the band? Â— Captain Bridges ACCOMPLISHMENT i<.ri.only known ap th-el-ittLe or own bat. in fire Ocala ha-t lonal I'orest I have oeperved man;/ of t:.ee little creatures flitting a tout at twilight. Tbcy go into mar.ou-,^ Â• V.era that v;ill rival. those o.f any Â•' airplfin'e. They are not .-terely playing nor are they flitting to e.-^cape fnemies, out rather they are d.arting here and ycup fpgding .d.ron insect s' which tr.ey oaten very caeily Ba;.ts are not birds ec I h'^e.r argued. .t*21 ar oui-i' The t: e ; c.'mamina 1. s 3 u s t J. i Kn c 0 w s c s s bccirs. Celts, etc. A .ai'jju.al is an animal that givrcs birth to its young and suck 'is s ther.u Bats just'thisc Lit.tle brown bats, have a sing?^^ young usuali^y born in the middZ.e of kÂ’uue in the North UÂ„S,duet when t.heir mating season is, or pc.ij.cd cf gc-stalion' are arneng the tl'iings u:-iknovn of their .life' hist or i?'^ One pair has been seenÂ’ mat ing i:g Auguct .. Bats are nocturnal in thsir habits, hit?.ing away nn the day time, up and about at ni;ghi.nMsn/ oats inolud.ing the one in question hiberns. tec d'ur i r.g cold w e a u h e r i In t h c norÂ’uh it goes to its whnter quarters between the last 'Oi September, and middle of October, trr.i Le here in our location if is usually warmer longer They reappear in April, or. early May, and also varies in the South. The little I'/roÂ’wn bats are asparticular of th3ir 'per3cnal.anpba.T;fiin-* cea aij' .a house cat. ClASSTFICATIQH; Animal, Vertebrate MarmTial, Cheiroptera, Myotea, iMv-mmal, Choii cpt-.'jia, xD/ot-es Luciiugus .Ol-rS.x V'
SEEDLi::a ?xne Page COuiPAIIY 1420 DEFEATS STRONG ANiM THO^IY HI TEAM IN SEASON OPEHER Coach Lt Crofton took his te team to Anthony last Wednesday night and handed them a 24 to 11 licking in the first game of the season for both teams. The little out game Anthony Hi team found it hard to penetrate Co. 1420 's defense and met with no avail wlien they tried to work the ball through. Led by Capt Ben Dunoan and a couple of fast breaking guards, to have been hampered under the by the poor lignts but was a whale of power on the defense. ^ The second string, taking things over in the last quarter, snowed up well and held the school boys to one score in that quarter. It is hoped that the local Camn team will repeat their victory march against Melrose Hi next Friday nite. .at Melrose. 4 t/. BE A BOOSTER FOR CO 1420