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Sheppard Field Texacts (Newspaper) - August 28, 1942, Sheppard Field, TexasFriday. August 28. 1942shappard Field exacts Page three dig dig dig Yea top entertainers of Uso show at dig dig dig Well All right Well All right that a the tune members of the set eth ass were singing after a strict lecture on tossing lighted cigarettes to the wind carelessly. One of a group of aircraft Mechanic students who was rehashing the army Way of disposing of Butts flipped the lighted fag a few feet away unthinkingly. was against the pm it a soldiers it fell at the feet of the sergeant who had just finished expounding cigarette butt disposal when the smoke not from the cigarette cleared away the student in question was digging a two by two by four Hole busily while the boys chorused a a dig did dig Well ail right Well All right Quot he buried the butt and resolved to quit smoking at least cigarettes. Victory stage Post office urges Early mailing of Yule gifts to men overseas Quot do your Christmas shopping tally a that seasonal advice is More apropos than Ever this year if soldiers have buddies or relatives serving with the armed forces overseas. The army a postal service offi dais Are preparing for the great mail by oct. I and under no circumstances later than nov. I. Otherwise the army cannot insure delivery by Christmas since there Are not enough ships and mail planes to accommodate a last minute Rush. Est volume of yuletide mailing to i done to bother to put special de troops in history far surpassing livery Stamps on overseas parcels the past War and they frankly it any other mail for this will admit that they won t be Able to not insure quicker delivery handle it unless the Public operates. So maj. George Holey Sheppard Field postal officer passes along the following suggestions variety entertainment of song. Dance and specially numbers attracted soldiers to the regular wednesday night Uso vaudeville show on the open air Victory stage. Joe Prince and Max Shepherd represented the Field with 1 several vocal selections on the program which was directed by miss Juanita Kinsey. The show opened with a song a by Evlyn Derby and Ginger Pas i Chal which was followed by an accordion duet by Catherine Tib Bals and to Cowart. To Wila Mer j Gan of Burkburnett gave a tap Jand Stair dance routine. Mary aunt Watson entertained with an accordion Solo while Phyllis Stockton vocalized. After the being irettes lived awhile Bettyjo Mcdowell swung into a Rumba. Mike Davenport impersonated prominent personalities. Fudy Terrazos and his Rudyette danced a specially i number and Colleen Railey rendered vocal selections. Pops a private but he has Edge Over his sergeant son Nephew co begin buying your Christmas gifts now. Wrap them in Shoebox size packages not exceeding five pounds of necessary Send several packages but keep them in Dei five pounds. Try to get the packages in the h j d aviation cadets May retake tests to free refresher courses offered jewish chaplain arrives at Post aviation Cadet applicants who. ,. Rates continue to school apply flunked their mental screening can san Allied subjects for the test May make application to dental screening test in a Spe take one of several new tests rial course sponsored by the vet the passing of which Grade was i Erans of foreign wars at 7.30 by put. John Rossen Texa ols special writer Sheppard Field was the scene last week of a re Union of a real All out for War family when pvt James l. Brandon. Sr., of the 107th ass was visited by his Only son sgt. James l. Brandon ji., from the Birmingham air base and his Nephew sgt. Richaid m nephews three a shades ther considerably when it comes t military experience for he is Veteran of the first world Wai and an outstanding one at tha with the 17th Field artillery c the second division in France a a first gunner he participated i six major campaigns and won cd himself the decoration of the is Poston of the Midland army Fly a it it is a for outstanding braver _ a a a a a a j 4 u n it Wrai 1 n Sheppard Fields first jewish chaplain it. Albert s. Goldstein arrived Here last week to take Over the duties of his office. A native of Cleveland. Ohio lieutenant Goldstein was educated in the Cleveland schools the University of Cincinnati and the hebrew Union College of Cincinnati. Previous to his arrival at Sheppard Field he was for three years rabbi at it. Sinai Temple in Sioux City Iowa. His office will be in bldg 711 while services will be conducted in bldg. 392. A Sava More Pla no lowered by a recently War department announcement provided 30 Days has passed since their last examination it. Elmer o. Ward Board officer declared this week soldiers who meet the required 30-Day interval Between examinations May obtain aviation Cadet applications in their Squadron orderly room or from the Board bldg 669, lieutenant Ward said. Highly trained College Grad p in. Each monday wednesday and Friday in the Texas electric service company auditorium. 906 Scott. Wichita fails according to w. R Duke director. A More plan a a jewish services Are scheduled re has Al nurses rehearsing three act play new voting rights extended soldiers the Senate this week passed and returned to the House legis lation permitting men and women in the armed forces to vote in Federal primary and general elections without registration and without paying poll taxes. Passage came after the Senate had balloted to Amend the measure to exempt such Absentee voter from the payment of poll taxes which Are required by eight Southern states. It is expected that Tho House of representatives will approve the Bill As it now stands and thus give the armed services a voice in coming Federal elections. It Ike More la nuns a nurses of the Post Hospital plan to produce a 3-act comedy Foi presentation on the Field according to 1st it. Fannie c. Easley chief nurse. 2nd it. Vivian l. Janet t will be in charge of the Enterprise. Rehearsals for the comedy entitled a hot chocolate a a begin ibis week. The entire cast except for four male parts taken care of by special services office consists of nurses. A take More pal Nav War department forms two new army corps j the War department last week announced the formation of two army corps with Headquarters at i Sherman. Tex., and Chicago 111. The b army corps at Sher Man is commanded by Mai Gen. Courtney b Hodges. The i army corps is under the leadership of maj. Gen. Lloyd r. Fre Dendall. A new schedule of jewish Gigious sen ices on the Post been announced by chaplain beet s. Goldstein who recently assumed duties on the Field As the Field As the first jewish chaplain. There will be four regular weekly services held. Tuesday and thursday afternoons at 5 30, sunday morning at 10 30 and Friday evening at 8 p. In. The tuesday thursday and sunday morning services will be held at bldg. 392. And the Friday evening service at the Post Chapel bldg. 540. For personal consultations chaplain Goldstein will be available at his temporary office. Bldg. 712, phone 279. Ing school both on furlough from heir respective units. Grinning happily at his son and Nephew pvt. Brandon sr., said he was Quot sure glad to get in tile army again with the rest of tile boys of the family and especially in the Branch that a keeps pm in action and the order of the purple heart with Oak Leaf flt two wounds in action. The elder Brandon. 43 years c age enlisted last july 30. Jus three years after his son. And i now assigned As a Barracks Chic in his Squadron Brandon his sol and his entire family of Nephew in addition to his son he has a total of nine nephews in in service a hat Tom a. The armed services All of them St Louis la volunteers and three of them in Brandon. Sr., likes to say the army air forces. His nephews now i hey re 2 while private Brandon cais Uncle same a nephews now As it no stripes As against his songs and As mine a a photostat marriage License birth certificates averys be Iii it St a Ley big Phi 2 2380 o. D. Garrison Cap com pacts of Send a souvenir army Cap compact ii o Iii e a an exact replica of o. I. Cap. Wrapped for mailing i aviation frat pins 550 fair army store o. I. Serge Garrison Caps Money local ii n ii California buyer top Cash Price for your automobile Rex Ballinger hot Scott St. I hour 2 -712 Minnesota soldiers form club sunday Minnesota soldiers will gather at 2 p. In. Sunday at the Lamar Uso to organize a state club and make preliminary plans for holding a state night at the Uso in the near future pvt. Arthur Kerns he. And hq., Basic training Center announced yesterday. During the evening candid camera shots will be taken of the gophers participating in Uso activities and sent to newspaper la the state he said. A Moro plan a Uncle Sam needs gunners who shoot straight do you special to service men Only one studio sketch miniature for Only Luuloa 59 upon presentation of this and to studio distinctive creation by modern photography economically priced for service men. One to a person Stuart studios 907�?9th St. Studio hours 9 am to 8 pm weekday sundays 2 to 5 pm. Pho. 20364 your Dollar buys More at Dodge Lothes shop military department come in today see for yourself Why Dodge clothes Are the preference of Sheppard meld men. Compare Dodge Quality workmanship and Low prices with any. Anywhere. 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