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Boggy bayou breeze

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Title:
Boggy bayou breeze
Creator:
Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) -- Company 1402
Place of Publication:
Niceville, FL
Publisher:
Civilian Conservation Corps
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Edition:
Vol. 1, No. 1, February 12, 1935
Physical Description:
volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
Physical Location:
Box 2
Box 2: Publications of CCC camps by number 453-4451
Folder #1402 or #1401

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Subjects / Keywords:
Camps ( FAST )
Young men ( FAST )
Depressions ( FAST )
Forests and forestry ( FAST )
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serial ( sobekcm )
periodical ( marcgt )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began 1935.
General Note:
The Civilian Conservations Corps (CCC) was an employment program for unmarried men during the Great Depression in the United States. It was launched by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 as part of his New Deal, and continued until 1942, when many of the men had left for military service in World War II. The United States Army oversaw the operations of the camps, which were located at sites around the country, including several in Florida. The men signed up for a minimum of six months and were paid around thirty dollars a month, plus room and board. The men worked mainly in rural areas on projects such as forest renewal, state park development, and construction of service buildings and roads.
General Note:
In Florida, each camp was allowed to publish its own newsletter. Many of the newsletters were sent to other camps so their advisors could learn from each other. The camps were directed to send a copy of each newsletter to the University of Florida. These newsletters include serious topics such as safety precautions and camp news, but many also contain humorous anecdotes about camp life and stories about individuals who worked in the camps. Many of the newsletters also feature hand-drawn covers and other illustrations drawn by camp members.

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BRI'F HISTORY OF C i BIBY, C- TH E EM
FLOIDA CAMP F-E
Camp Bigby has the distinction of being the first Company in A-I.h Corps Area td o nomp-lete conditioning at Ft. Benning and of course the 6 'irst CCC Camp in
-he State ,of Florida. The Company was
-alled into being Aril 301933, with Capt. Walter Bigby as Camp Commander r-.om- whom it derived its name. The junior officers were Capt.
' Hagg, Executive Off' icer, 1st. Lt.J.P. i-oaqrd, Camp Medical Officer. The Forest Personal were John H. Stone, Proj.Supt.,
Ra ngor -.7 lcKoe end Clinton G.Smith,
it'irc.st Suporvisor of the:entire Cho,;twhatchoo National Forest, conL:ining Lt-that tilo about 20,000 ai c r s,On S6pt. 15,1939 Capt. Bigby returned.to.his permanent company at Ft. Benning. He was succeeded as te Cam p Commander by Capt. Ben L. Tew, .ho served in this capacity until about February,1934, when he was sucJeeded by Capt. Bridges. After about six weeks Capt.Bridges was succeeded by Capt. D.E. Haven. Capt. Haven ser vod as Camp Commander until December S34. when our present Camp C.ommand-r, Licuti Loland (cont.on page 3)

ANCIPATOR:

NOTED IliPROVEME,_TS IN C\ lORL OF FLORIDA CAMP F-2

. It is true.the state.ment, The Best Camp
In District covers
a world of territory, but we, as members of
Co. 1402 have a perfect right to feel that way about it. We do, and un i til disproved, we shall
A see it thus.
SWhat constitutes an
outstanding Camp? We be lieve District, togethe
with Corps Area would
designate that C~amp whi
is running the most
smoothly and has the hi
est morale, the best ca
Since Lt. Stokes has
taken command of the ca Improvements have follo Sed improvements. We are
getting better meals as
result and they are muc
better prepared.
Yew interest is being manifested i. our Educational Program. Lt. Stokes with his entire staff, is interested in seeing us take advantage of the o pertunity to fit ourselves for more
gainful occupations after our term of enrollment is out. He has an enrollment of tvEnty-one boys in his woodworking class. Lt. V~ughan is offorin a course in High School English, Lt. Hoffman is teaching us radio. Our recreation room has been sered inside, attractive seats have been provided, curtains, a mantel, new
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Polished weekly by a cam p staff chraecsed of the following boys.Claude W. Crump - -- - Editor Surgeon McDuffie - -AssQ.E.ditor LVivian L. Wade - - Soc'Editor Charlio J. Bush -c- Spts.Editor o kli n Walls -- Mtts Editor

No Advertising Accepted by this
Subscription Rates : Single copy - - - - 5 By the month - - - - 20V For 3 months - - - - 50d For 6 months - - - - -9C For I year - - - - 50
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The CCC

In History

Whose idea is the CCC? President ,-oc-covt, a friend of all alike, Concoivod the idea of this organization before he was nominated by the Democratic Party for the Prosicdncy From the study of statistics h learned that around 3,000,000 ostly young men, wore idle during no rmal non-depression times. He n -O- many young men out of emplym-nrt boc' .me dissatisfied with li-fe
.nd often bcame criminals. If our bo ys could bc placed in some orga,.ni: savo to the nation those boys as useful citizens, but would raisc the m,.ro -of the ontirc country. The
gr(. test opportunity seemed to offor itself. in the forest. Hence we foco story grateful to our far-sooing rocsident for this opportunity
to serve our country as w oll as oursJlves in this grca.t conservation movement.
Con there be any question, judgig from past results, that this achietvoment will go down in history a:s the grol.test accomplishncht of
-his outstanding ago of achievements in the United States.

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Preparedness
"More than 50 % of the boys and
girls of high school age in America are now in school'?, according to the "New York Times", This is indeeood a significant fact in the rapid growth of education in any country. The percentage is higher in urban
than in rural communities. In some cities almost the entire population of these ages are in school~' Education is rising to higher and higher levels. What can be more Incouraging for the future of our Capital Democracy in Which the people rule, than the fact a large percentage are acquainting themselves ,with what constitutes a. good and well governed Democracy When Alexander Hamilton said,"You common -people are a boast" he mont those who are uneducated. In
a country where talent has a ch.Ance to rise, all who possibly can, should avail themselves of as good education as possible. That is why President Roosvolt, in his wisdom, has made it possible for the boys in the CCC Camps
to continue their education during on.rollr nt. Thousand of us follows will go back home bettor proporod to assume le- ,'r3h:p in our respective communi- -.... - -0- -------- -Why o,-s the president use more tha.r one pen in signing treaties and other important document s?
Such pens are prized 's souvenirs and a president often uses several so that he may present them to people
especially interested in the document.
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Too many of us are more duplicates of what alreadyy exists. Every man, in himself, is a "' uiiqiL.,4 no two people think exactly alik,. We are made in the image of other men, but from a dit forent mould.
Emerson once said that. No society can over be so large as one man.", Hisis the story of mon who dominated, shaped and reconstructed the society of their timo. Society looks to single
men cues and instructions.




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ImDrove.,ne Y el %.011 -

L-1 -ing3 fix- /
aureS, shades,
t ic ne-w reading ,e
'rC"us, writing
Can card tales
:V': been Dnovidr ,d. for,. Two pool V bles have been
while/
Pgrovidod whlo
the woodVorking
class has built e twvo "brand now" p
.ping pong tablca W have now tcnris tackets, tennis balls and now-,, indoor bagoball equipmont. ViWe have a now mimcogrih machino J:hich is poszpible this camp pmper, our modiurz.of cxprossion
A moro friendly toltion is being cst blished bottoon the momibors of our camp -Ind the pool of the surrounding cornunity. Weo h.,.vo ho, rd ::oy ronrks form the people of icovillo that thoro h:.s boon agon-J1 improvenant in the l:st f1: .~ ccA(S .
Our District Ch:pl..in r:mdo the rcr :rk, on one of his recent visits, &h.;t there w.s bory r.rkod irprovoont in .the entire c .mp mnorlo. I-c said something boutt esprit do soCrps, but wo forgive him for c: 11. us th':.t-.
-c o I we have one or the best o ch,pl.,iAs in Corps Are., .nd rcc :.lw:.ys look f;rv:rrd to the tineo Sr hiri to be wYith us gin. ic ro:.Lizc tht he is ro.lly friend Jf . .. - OS
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VYnt Ads Column
Mon rho .re not .lxys a-nd ctorn:1ly digs.tisfic ',nd ; nting t- go #:.. .- non..v ith b:.ckbr, nos.
Men ,:ith an~ugh interest in their turc to t'.k- Fdvosgo of the oC, ,. t n-l .I v nt. s while in cmrp.
k know .:h is the best ping. pcng
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C',up History

sdoA. I had L. Sto k.es, sucone the6Govell? ccacc. him. Our t f urts;hes, present Mcss Of(' fic'r is lst.Lt.
Ellis F. Vaughan, :hc is -:Is- c .mp
Wilf:.rc. Officer.
S / ., Lt.Viilli.:m C.
S Hfffr:.n is Fin.nc
/ and Exchnge Officer. L.B.Andr.::s c,no to c.mp C s duc:.ti:nal AC vis r, M rch 13,1934. Dr. I.F.McGriff cf Niccvillo, Fla., is ur contract physician. It woulC be futile t- ttor:.pt. to convinde6 the boys of Co. 1402 that a better corps of officers could be found anywhere. The leaders and assistaat loadors will bo listed elsewhere in this issue.
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Some Company Don'ts
Don't onlist-in the CCC unless you can "tako it":
I wouldn't got into the ovoning moss-line mihus the old 'cravat.
Don't get on the woodpile bocause you failed to clean up your portion of your barrack.
pon't forgot the Education Hall. Try-.to get in at least two hours of study each wcuk.
Don't bite the hand that's fooding you.
Don't pray for two more weeks of Qua rantinc at t6r this one.
. Don't be a borrow wr unless you pay back what you borrow. ""
Don't broak chow-line uhloss you like to chop wood.

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Sick and Sic1ko-ing
Well1 the scabies boys arc still D abbing. o still ha-,e twelve of.
om on the scratching li-st but I'
afraid -v.ao will loose five of them Sumday. W.B.Tonos says heo "Sure wants tc got out of isolatio'W I think 11 -will be glad t- got. out of the "Co-ks Quartors". .
One mre case of Rd MosIesi. -". day. Kn.w what tha.t me:,nS, n. y-u boys? Can't seoo y-ur gals Tfr another two wooeks.
I think we aro l gd, to see
our first Sgt., "Bpney aid, ba ck from the hospital.
Dr. McGriff and I tried to keep "ioscs" out of the h spital but in, spite of all vo
could d. he had to :.. go in. -e is now ,
in the Nav.l Hos.- Y pital. Lut's all leopo he gets l.ng 0.K. ,
Thore arc twlvo
lit.n in the hospital n 1,. a nd o naiting for the .mback so. he c-.n g We h-".vo f-urtoon in quarters nw. ,,
0 yes,...we h.vo
a no inflimary dude, ith' us,Goo, .Finni Willis Csouds like an Albana name.

World Wide Glimpses
Richard Bruno Ha.uptman will be acquitted or convictoCed tod-,y.
MLusshbline calls 250,000 mon to arms, masses plinos; gEancral situtati-n in Eur-,po throatoning.
S35,000,000 to be appropriated for Naval base in Ponsacol", if present plns go through.
Administrati-n triumphs when ifcnaim caoinittoo reverses > o sc--.,o,

Among the Boys in CEmp
,od.nsd.y night of last viok VIe had a v;ry inteTresting ta1lk by the SDistrict Chaplain, T.A. McKeo. It was well attended and very much appreclatoC. by gall the enrolls.
0 Quito a. ow of "the now boys h.,.-,thoeir first oxperience Thurs.ayznight -at -ighting an all night fPorst fireo.
A Rocrotion Club, 'staunchly supportoe by the ...,mpComnandor, was organizo, this .!o.ok. The purpose of this club is to use camp talent in putting on one program each weo
( -,f -ry .. The club is "
y r~pry, to i unCer thcoo
=>/5 P heads which
- are: Music
C.nc Dra.ma
tics, Dobating, and
- Boxing. The
meeting was.
I one in which
. very much
pinte rest was manifostoc.
by those pros' ont.
-. The follo;wing Officers
and Direct-"rs were elected:
Presi*tnt ----- C.. Crump
V-Prsidcnt - - V.L.
Socrotary - C.,J. Bush Sorg. at Arms - A.C. Smith
Director of Dobating S.McDuffic
Director -f Boxing H.G.Bar cr
Director of Music
and Dranr atics - V.L. i
Ar .,.nd forty men have alroa.y onrolloC in this club,.
It is strange some people f-n't
roelizo: the happiness they can find it hoping others. A@ it natural' for the sun to giveo light, the cloudS rofroshing rain, flowers boeautyand perfumo, so it is natural for us to

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RWdio FlIshos
S15,000,000 ppropri .t.. by C an-'ross tod:.y t turn th4e h7i,:.iAn Isl tis
1 t -. r-. .t U.S~
P-.cific IT. l B so
Tho prsucuti n, in -st sc thing torrn s t Ky o> ,nc:. the c n-icti n -f Ric-.rdc. F run I ,w T tU : n. Thc verdict bi b rcn, orm. t -nrr -v..
1,000,000 -goL
list" f-r FCcr.1 poLsi ns,
It Hppn0. At S It H-pplcnod A ge,

The Ccpt .in rec riod in his C.ily

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"D Isn't ;: rrv 'my v'ro ,b ut hir, cor. h'ro :.ro plenty m re fish in he so' C." "I kn -::.," si th jilto "But he ..:.s 1 fish'.
rs- t th-o'ro,. "ith Slittl ..:. ,rt th t I v: uld like to h v rom''voc." DPctor---" h ..i. r 1l :ycr is at tlhe soc nd o r to- you e1f1t."
t' v iC- "
",h-,t is Philip 6 ing th-s
"unnr.ing n branch business.' "But vwh, -n ourth buys br'.,nchcs ?"

l, The first 11'M tc is rur k. t -C.:y
Onc ,.y the First Mtt rcvrC(u the sl-ip's Ing, nc. ho t',tcd,vcry 1.c nicr.llyy, The Casptain is s-tbcr t -c"y."

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E"uc ti-i
Rc'A, thlo P,.pcrs So:otics
Enr4ollo T:1,1tt--- It is ro- throw nico p rtcf in the pgpor tht the jury .o ls 1rill ocid if Erun Rich.r& Houpt. no unrn n n i iS inncpit r guilty s l-(iy Inext a:uk". A cortTEnrolluo TVh.rpI--- Uh. huh' I ing h I
:,.,s fr i Lt. ff1.n iLht L.t in- lost (t!L t tr uhic if ha loft cmnp s- lon. c. secti r I urc ii, p hu is n.t cnvictc.."
A cCrt'
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After onr:lloc. B, r'r hr Jrppod nicklo int Finck's pay tolcpM no gic
u : ito-. 5 m.linutcs ho s :.sko. peculiar 7nt- t he10 s itink .H ut"u2

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in ITic villi, to t k c"re f 18 f ir sls .m their dx: t .a box -sup per Given "t the 1:oth it Church i st '.:c .
A cort in "Gu," .h.t soklos pipo v:ith vory long stem Ei ss"* 4y cc'',si n; birth- y party eiven in honnr f v:jlt k" nn~ blnt. '" t' theL(ssc iar t s. Th t'?s

" qu ,'rntinc p ps up .i'.
in onrolloc ha-s finally the c nclusin th'.t the sphoric 1. Th:n':,s t the S Lop ,rt-.-cnt
I't h,ve "spuls" f r '.Il Is :no .:.y this v:ok.--ha; tuttr fr rokf.st ing.
.in b-y slcpt in turnthe 'thcr ni ht until hc r-u"h the C-n.,u f firo) n .f his lov:r "undies".
in "pcovic" filcC to get 3 litters cn '.y of this "-int lvu gran)
vrs c.,usht with-ut his ly shpc hAt -n.




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Company RatedoC List: Loandors:

SAdams - - --U.S.F.s.
BockC.T ~- ----Cock.
Ellison, .R. - Gr. orr Hayslip, So,. - M..ss Stewa
>is, J0, - U.ScFS.
HoIns R U S. F.S.
Lo, F.P - Supply &_St
Hotl.s., i.. USSFS. No't'n, .B - C.ok,. id, D.K, - st Sgt
,hitfield, ,,. U.S.F ,

Assistant L Cieors:
Alarich, RIH. B... C J
Ch ,t.crlinJD. Hakins)IH,1I, aStor TR, J. T O':Oraneeo zF.J J
Pit C.Jo
Purvis ,0. 1 D.
-" : ,JoL,,Jr;
(" 'i" riT
,illin- ,,Jool Elri ttS.

U.S.F, S.
U S.F F U F ..P.S
Co-.
UTJ.S,F .A.C.E .
2 0 I .L o.U,0 U.SF ,S,
US.F,S, U.S.F .S.
Frost Clor Cook
U.S.F.S.
U.S,F.S.

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Rupert Br-;n rop-rts that the first trous t7 to transplantcd in t.' Chctar:'hatchloc Aroa, since the .C, "ore sot t -day.
Thso ,h wish to onter a ping

pong tournanent to bo ina ugurato e in the near futuro, under the diroction of Lt VIugh qn, will report to him right avjay.
,'h' startod that song," 'when y 'u "ran rain again?"
Di _'Lq cshon
Soroono conpose a song, hn you "'g6nn," stop again?----ra ining.
Don't forget the Recreation
Society s ontortainn-,oit Friday night
6 'clock, Thoro .will to deCting, both serious and Czrous boxing, usic singing_, and o tolling whlat olsc Don't miss it.
- - ---- ---CCC Ifs
If you can hold y'u'f self-rospoct when others their's arc losing
If you on manage your orio -f fairs when othor's are confusing0
If you cn walk v,'ith drunks andC, solor keep.
If y u can talk with fools and not soomc ic. too learned.
If you cn. talk T-ith oducators Sand not seeon to be illiterate,
And forget to use th'o vocabulary you constructed in school.
If you can take a bath wheori others have your soap.
Or dress for town when others have your clothes.
If you can road while others a .iatch Cdesire
Or work ma.thatt'tics in-, arisy cror:d.
If you can take it on the chin and grin,
,-on others wish you all'your clothos to 'lend.
You 1i be a real CCC'Wqn,




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rrR PRIZE CAMP OF BRIEF HISTORY OF CAMP BIGBY, CCO FLORIDA CAMP F-3 Camp B i g B y has the distinction of Being the first Company in •h Corps Area to 0 omp I e t e c ond i t i oning at Ft. Benning and of course the first CCC Camp in The State -of Florida. The Company was : .ailed into Being April 30,1933, w ith Capt. Walter BigBy as Camp Commander I mom. whom it derived its name. The junior officers were Capt. ) Officer, 1st. Lt J W. Hooq.rd, Camp Medical Officer. The Forest Personal were John H, Stone, Proj.Supt,, Ranger B.7 ; : ilCKoe ond Clinton G .Smith, Firest Supervisor of the entire Cho '-.t i.whatchoo national Forest, conjoining at • that tine about 20,000 acryS'i • On Sept. 15 3 19 o 3Q Capt. BigBy re-,urnad'. to. his permanent company at Ft'. Benning. He was succeeded as tie Camp Commander By Capt. Ben L. Tew, who" served in this capacity until a-. Bout February, 1934, when he was succeeded By Capt. Bridges. After about six weeks Capt .Bridges was succeeded By Capt. D.E. Haven. Capt. Haven ser vod as Camp Commander until December ,934. when our present Camp C.ommandNOTED IMPROVEMENTS IN CAMP MORAL OF FLORIDA CAMP F-3 It is true the statement, The Best Camp In District ;T G' ? covers a world of territory, But we, as members of Co. 1402 have a perfect right to feel that way about it. We do, and un til disproved, we shall see it thus. What constitutes an outstanding Camp? We Be lieve District, togethe with Corps Area would designate that camp whi is running the most smoothly and has the hi est morale, the Best ca Since Lt Stokes has taken command of the ca improvements have folic' ed improvements. Vie are getting Better meals as result and they are muc Better prepared. Few interest is Being manifested i. our Educational Program. Lt. Stokes with his entire staff, is interested in seeing us tako advantage of the 01 pertunity to fit ourselves for more gainful occupations after our term ol enrollment is out. He has an enrollment of twenty-one Boys in his woodworking class. Lt %ughan is offerin a course in High School English, Lt. Hoffman is teaching us radio. Our recreation room has Been sered inside, attractive seats have Been provided, curtains, a mantel, new (Continued ”on -p-ge 3) Lieut. Leland (cont.on page 3)

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. 1 : T-1 Published weekly by a camp staff cdmpcsed of the following boys. Claude W. Crump -----Editor Spurgeon McDuffie -Ass. Edit or Vivian L. Wade SocaEditor Charlie J. Bush -cSpts.Editor urunkl.in Walls Motts, Editor Bo A dvertising Accepted by thi s' Subscription Rates : Single copy --------5 ^ By the month --------20 0 For 3 months --------50 # For 6 months --------90 ^ For 1 year --------*$1,50 The CCC In History Whose idea is the CCC? President Roosevelt, a friend of all alike cone jived the idea of this organization before ho was nominated by the Democratic Party for thePres-' looney. From the study of statistics ho learned that around 3,000, '00-0 I mostly young men, were idle during normal, non-depression times. Ho kne'w many young men out of employment became dissatisfied with life and often became criminals „ If our beys could be placed in some organization that would furnish them remump x '.five w ork, to the gover nmc n t and at the same time caro v for them and their families who needed help, and were worthy, it would not only save to the nation these hoys as useful citizens, but would raise the morale, of the entire country. The greatest opportunity seemed to offer itself, in the forest. Hence we fool faery grateful to our far seeing president for this opportunity o a I3R£i Preparedness ’’More than 50 $ of the boys and girls of high school ago in America ^ are now in school’?, according to 4 the ’’New York Times”, This is indeed a significant fact in the rapid growth of education in anjr country. The percentage is higher in urban than in rural communities In some cities almost the entire population of those ages are in school T Education is rising to higher and higher levels. What can ho moro Encouraging for the future of our Capital Democracy in iflihieh the people rule, than the fact a large percentage are acquainting themselves .with what constitutes a. good and well governed Democracy? When Alexander Hamilton said, ’’Your common people are a beast’,’ he ment those who are uneducated. In a country where talent has a chance to rise, all who possibly can, should avail themselves of as good education as possible. That is why President Roosvolt, in his wisdom, has made it possible for the boys in the CCC Camps to continue their education during enrollment. Thousand of us follows will go back home better prepared to assume lea dor snap in our respective communities 0 ~ Why does the president use more' than one pen in signing treaties and other im port a nt documents? Such pens are prizod as souvenirs and a president often uses several so that he may present them to people especially interested in the document. to serve our country as. well as ourselves in this great conservation movement Can there bo any question, judging from past results, that this aciiiovcment will go down in history as the greatest accomplishneht of this outstanding age of achievements in the United States. Too many of us are mere duplicates of what already exists. Every man, in J himself, is a" ” unique, q no two people think exactly alikw. We are made in the image of other men, hut from a dii for out mould. Emerson once said that. ” No society can over he. so large as. one man.”. Hisis tho story of men who dominated, shaped and reconstructed the society of their time. Society looks to single men cues and instructions.

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* vcd tod ioak ov'i'oiroin p. ... i \i.i*rs3 y-' /'. > improve: :ant i a 'kike • • .. : r f I i x ; •' i yuroSj shades, “ t 'jo newreading ‘ r c rms v ri ting •xo card tables v : Leon pnovid • (1 dor, Two pool babies have been •.provided while the woodworking class has built two ” brand new*' ping pong tables 'V have now tcnx&s tackets, t.onni s balls and new indoor baseball equipment. Y/e have a now mimeograph machi no which is possible this camp paper, our medium ofexpression. A more friendly to la t ion is being v-st blished between the members of c a camp and the people of the surx u riding community. YYc havo heard -y remarks form the people of 'icoviile that there h..s been a;, gen-ml improvement in the last few r : eo'ks Our District Ohapl .in made the rc. -rk, on one of his recent visits, mvt there was a fcery’ narked in— i ent in the entire, c mp morale, la: said something about esprit do fprpsl, but .wo forgive him for callx us that'. y fool w o have one or the host i a: ohapl .ins in Corps Area, .nd v ; always lock f rwa.rd to the time ar him to be with us gain* Y/e realise that he is ro-.lly friend of o : i.r n 17. nt Ads Column Men wh a. re i a 1ays and eternally dissatisfied and w nting togo S me men with backbones. Me n w i th e nough interest in t he i r future to -la a. dvr at of the acd1 i l a g es 1 hilc in camp. Cont.fr P i€ {fyat+y fOO*C dlS-U I held iTc X khifq fa. kne aver :h is the best ping pong L. Stakes, succeeded him. Our present Mess Officer is lst.Lt. Ellis F Vaughan, who is ;.lSe c .mp Y/e If are Officer. Lt .Villi m C. Hoffman is Finance and Exch .nge Officer. L.5 .Andrew ; (Cane to camp as jJducati. 'real Ad visor, M rch 13,1934. Dr. Yr.F.McGri a Nicovillc Flo. is ur c : n t r a c t physician. It would be futile t' attempt to convince the boys of Co. 1402 that a better corps of officers could be found anywhere. The leaders and assistaat leaders will be listed elsewhere in this issue.' Some Company Don’t s Don’t enlist in the CCC unless you can ’’take it". I wouldn’t got into the evening mess-lino minus the old era vet. Don’t get on the woodpile because you failed to cl-an up your portion of your barrack. Don’t forget the Education Hall Try„.to got in at least two he urs of study each wcok. Don’ t bite ing you.. the hand that’s feedDon’t pray for two more weeks of quarantine after this on.. Don’t he a borrower unless you pay back what you borrow. Don’t break chow-lino unless y~u like to chop wood.

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Sick and Among the* Beys in Camp Sic still J Well the scabies boys gabbing, Vo still have twelve of ifiom on the scratching, list but I 1 cjti afraid v;c will loose five of them Sunday. TV. B. Jones says he "Sure wants to get out of isolation I think all will bo glad t get out of the "Cooks Quarters'’. One more ease of Red Measles. .today. Know what that, neons, don’t'y u toys? Can’ t see ; your gals for another two weeks. I think we arc all glad to see our first Sgt "Beney"|o7aid > back f r o m t h e h o spitnl. Dr MeGriff and I tried to keep 'So oscs" out of the hospital but in spite of all we could do he had toga in. He is non in the Naval Hospital. Lut’s all a ape he gets aX ng O.K. There arc twelve •an in thehospital n w; and one waiting for the. ambulance to come back so ho can go. V/o have fourteen in quarters now. 0 yes,*' we have a new infirmary due .Finnic V/illiar. Alabama name. \ifr/ c,V/ ^ ^ /?=?/$ ins f’t'cpn'etor 3 with ..us, Geo sounds like an 0 World Wide Glimpses Richard Bruno Hauptnan will be acquitted or convicted today. MussJ^ino calls 250,000 men to arms, masses planes; general situtation in Europe threatening. $ 3,000,000 to be appropriated for Naval base in Pensacola, if present plans go through. Administrati n triumphs when |cncommi tt ee reverses n..g o scale* Wednesday night of last week we had a very interesting tal.
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C'rl Radio Flashes d 15,000,000 ap... xv F (' V; propria tod by Con_ wK i a. i'i is v a; > i hJ*4 PV> j / .\ i gross today tc turn the Hawaiian Isl .nds y '< a .; ; / 1 \ •into a great U-.S. Pacific ’ Naval B-.sc* 8 )TS OF UVMOR The prrsecuti n, — in most scathing "Don’t worry any mere ah >ut terms., today dohim, dear. There arc plenty r.mndcd the c nvica nr re fish in the seal’ ti^n of Richard "I know," said the jilted, Bruno Hauptman. The "But he was a gold fish”. verdict will he reni, sj; >tc >;: ;;; : sj< >;< >;< >|; >|< 5j< >;c 5 ',; •dered to-morrow,' Mr s ,M I’m, b o t h c r e d w i t h a little wart that I would o ap o o o o o o 1 — 1 like to hr. vc removed." listed f ~r Federal D 0 c t or T li e d i v c r c c la w pensions. ycr is at the second -door 0 y ur left /’ It Happened At Sea "hhat is Philip doing thfc->* days?" The Captain re"Running a branch business 1 "But who on earth buys corded. in his daily branches?" leg, ” The first Mat c i s drur k t o -da y One day the First j farl 0'h'OyC\'~ j Believe It Or No A cert a i .to 15 Lis .oaf of Ir Mr; to ship’ conic t -day • re c ore', eh the s log, ahc. ho niy, stta ted, very laThe Captain is soter vher peer/ i o'* uits ; c 4 slices of meat 1 af, all the slaw that a f or; ether hi she s with all the trimmings plus a few cups DO we get enough to cat? There is .. ’’hero" in Nic^villc, he t o'k care of 18 fair hansels nnf their hexes at a box -supper given at the Methodist Church last week. A certain "Guy v that smokes a pipe with a very long stem missed a gay occasion; birth-ch y party given in hon::r of a well known "blonde" about these parts. That’s the quarantine p ps up ag in. 0 A certain cnrollec has finally come to the conclusion that the world is spherical. Thanks to the Education Department. Read the Papers Sometimes Enrol lee Talbot t It is rep rto in the paper that the jury will do.cidc if Bruno Richard fin up t.rian is innocent r guilty some hay next week 1 .’ Enrolleo Tha.rpo — Uh’. huh’. I was afraid Lt* Ho:ffm..n might get in| t • tro uble if he left camp s" long. I urc.liope he is not Convicted.” 0 -----After onrollee; B.arhwr. ’had d.rppod : nicalo int Finck’ s pay telephone and waited5 minutes he was asked what lie wn ^waiting f r..He said,” Gun 1 d.'e didn’t have ’’spuds” for all three meals one day this week. he also had butter for breakfast nc morning. A certain b~y slept in a burn-r ing bpd the other night until he lost (through the damage of fire) a section of his lower ’’undies"'. A certain "peavic” failed, to get at, least 3 letters on day of tliis : week. ( ”aint love grand) Maggie .was caught without his peculiarly shaped hat on;

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; i Company Rated List : Loaders: Adams JAQ,. — — — ~ -U.S.F.JS. Bock,O.T. -Cock. Ellison, M.R. Or.^ or Hay slip, SAY. Moss StewarY Holms, J C U.S.F.S. Helms, JAR. U „ S F S Le c, HP, — — Supply Sgt Holme S', HAY. LA 3 „ F 3 Newton, YY.Bc Cook. • Raid, D,K„ 1st, Sgt. YYhitf icld YY — IAS. IAS. Assistant Lenders: Aldrich, Re BY U.S.F.S. Busli y O'. J, ; U.S.F.S.. Chamberlin,.!)., 0o„ clerk Hawkins ..Hil l U.S.F.S. Eostor ,Rj. Cook O' Orange, Eh AY Cook A c 0 Ull oug h I -4 S IAS,E M .AAiAic ,S„ ; J r „ a.c.,e;a. lYYcHiidhen j V.A IAS. IAS. Nathoy ,YY. : I i I UA.F.S, II Pitts,. C.YFoA U.S.F.S, 'Purvis','.. AD* U.S.FAA 3ab ? ,EoL, ,Ar Forest ClcrY YYcbb r JhT Cook Villi ngh; n Joel U.S.F.S. Elliott ,S. U.S.F.S. pens t our nano nti to, to i naugura t c d •ill''til'd near future under' the • diroctlc n of: Lt Vaughan, will rC~port .to him right away,. u-h'o s.tdrtod that song,,” When ybg4 gorina ” .rain a gain?”. • .. Someone .compose a song, V.'hen ’you ”genna” stop again?” raining 'Don' tforget .the Recreation Society's entertainment Friday night' 6. o' clock:. There, will ho debating;', both serious and humorous. boxing,;; music, singing, and mo telling what else. Don’t miss it, 0 CCC If.s If you can hold you-?' self -respect when others their' s are losing If you can .manage : ybur owh af A A.' fairs when other's are confusing,,,. If you can walk with drunks and sober keep. If you can talk with fools and not seemed toe learned. If you cantalk with, educators and not seen to be illiterate:, And forget to use the vocabulary you 'constructed in school. If you can take a. bath when 0 Rupert Brown reports that the first tre^s to be transplanted in the Choctawha tehee Area, since the CcC, wore set to-day. others have your soap. Of dross for town when others have your clothes. If you can road while others -a natch desire Or work na t home tics*' inaarrAisy crowd If you can take it on the chin and grin, Yd ion others wish you all 'your