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Sheppard Field Texacts (Newspaper) - March 06, 1943, Sheppard Field, TexasPage four Sheppard Field to exacts saturday March 6, 194entertainment. On and off the pos i a la in a those who object to the Chap Jain being a commissioned officer on the grounds that it impairs his services to enlisted men indicates a Lack of knowledge concerning the office of the chaplain. Suppose we seek to clarify this Issue. Of a minister meets the qualifications of the chaplaincy he is commissioned a first lieutenant. He is then sent to the Quot chaplains school for a month. Instruction includes orientation lecture courses and a physical conditioning program of calisthenic and military Drill. The chaplain differs from other officers in that he has Quot rank without this exception is important and affects every phase of his work. He does not Tell others what to do because he has the military right to do so. Such procedure would be to denial of the Christian principles of which he is a representative. A chaplains Are primarily clergymen and secondarily also he is accorded the Liberty to perform his tasks to the Best of his ability. As a chaplain he is responsible to the chief of chaplains Washington d. C., to whom he make a detailed monthly report of his activities. In matters of military efficiency he is responsible to his commanding officer who in turn is responsible for every Man in his unit and cooperation Between these two is Imperati e. Any Soldier who is conversant with his chaplain knows that the chaplain is a True Friend that one can go to him with any problem and receive consideration and help. He knows that the chaplain extols the rights of the individual that in addition to conducting religious services and providing religious instr tons he is constantly emphasizing the need of daily Christian living. He knows that the chaplain stands for Justice and fair dealing in the midst of the routine of a heavily burdened War program. He knows that the chaplain is in the Field with his men whenever possible because knowing men is the first step in serving them. Thus being an officer does not make the chaplain unapproachable rather it enables him to better meet the personal problem of his men and secure for them considerations that might otherwise be overlooked. Chaplain Ben w. Sinderson. A Lake More in Aln a symphony plans draw favourable response Here plans for a Post symphony orchestra has received a great Deal of response from Sheppard Field soldiers according to to Vale Page who will direct the new musical organization. Rehearsals will be scheduled As soon As the music is available which will be in the immediate future. While Many string musicians have already expressed their desire to become a part of this group tin e Are still a few openings for talented men. There Are also vacancies for such instruments As oboe and Bassoon. Those wishing to join Are urged to Contact or. Page at the 25th a forces band Barracks 163, phone 573. The Sheppard Field symphony orchestra will play for various sol Dier programs including the Post s own radio show Quot the Sheppard Field a Saxe More 1�?~hinea�? buy War Bonds pretty cute he a dynamic and talented miss is major a Cramer who plays Alice Sycamore in Uso Camp shows production of the Kaufman and Hart comedy masterpiece Voit can t take it with you. Uso Camp show a you can to take it with r you opens Here Tonitte that comedy masterpiece of George Kaufman and Moss Harta you can to take it with you a pulitzer prize play will be presented by Uso Camp shows for the exclusive entertainment of the enlisted men of Sheppard Field at theatre no. 3 on saturday monday and tuesday March 6, 8 and 9. There will be one performance saturday night at 8 two shows monday at 6 15 and 8 45 p. In. And one full show tuesday night starting at 7 o clock. Admission to All performances is free. This hilarious three act brain i storm has been acclaimed by press and Public As the maddest and j merriest comedy seen in years and is the work of two of americans leading playwrights Kaufman and Hart who already have to their credit a most impressive list of stage successes which include Quot once in a lifetime a a merrily we Roll along a a the american Way a Quot the Man who came to dinner a and a i d rather be the Daf Fiest family on Morningside Heights is inspected with considerable relish by the authors in a you cant take it with they devote their time and attention to the amiable antics of the mad sycamores and crazy vanderhos contemplating the merry eccentricities of the interrelated clan with admiration and approval. It seems that not Only did grandpa Vanderhoof have fantastic children and grandchildren and marry them off to their Peers but that All the other entertaining madmen of the neighbourhood hovered about them in a Haven of Kindred spirits. Kaufman and Hart have a Field Day in their study of the plays Moonstruck heroes and heroines. The authors have wisely decided not to confine their rugged individualists to j a regimented existence and so they permit them to run wild to their hearts Content. The result is a merry and engaging riot of fun and hilarity played to the Hilt by an exceptionally capable cast. Jack Norworth famous actor and songwriter who wrote Quot Shine on Harvest Moon a Quot take me out to the Ball game a Quot Apple Blos som time in Normandy a and other All time popular favourites will appear As grandpa Vanderhoof head of the clan. Other members of the Daffy clan and their curious friends Are played by Marjorie Cramer Johnny Stearns Edwin Hodge Charles j. Parsons Daisy Atherton Saralee Harris Patrick Fahey Macgregor Gibb Walter Armin Elizabeth brew Norman Porter Elsbeth Hofmann Joan Croydon Rosetta lenoire Charles Benjamin Anthony Grey and Lance Cunard. War pictures actual shots of the Lavanion of North Africa by Allied forces will be shown at Sheppard Field Post Heaters on March 7, 8 and to according to word received Here today from the u. 8. Army motion facture service. Due to the timeliness of the subject it is expected that the largest crowds in the history of Post Heaters Mill attend the shows. The pictures will show at Heaters no. I and 2 March 7 and 8, and at theater no. 8 on March to. A take More Rains Chapel services Catholic services. 6 45 a. . 546. 10 30 a. 546. 11 30 a. . 546. 12 30 p. . 546. 6 45 a. . 546. 8 30 a. no. 2. 0 80 a. bldg. 1241. Jewish services. Friday evening 7 30, bldg. 441. Sunday morning 9 30, bldg. 441. General protestant services. 9 00 a. . 844, 845, 640, 792. 10 00 a. . 845. 10 15 a. . 232. 10 30 a. . 212 19th Avn and 1241 Hospital 10 45 a. . 540, 792. 1 00 p. . 540, 546. 792 6 45 p. . 640, 646, 792. 7 30 p. . 844, 640. Special services 9 00 a. science service bldg. 232 episcopal service bldg. 792. 10 15 a. class bldg. 844. 10 80 a. Day saints bldg. 892. 11 00 a. Church communion bldg. 845. 7 00 p. Hospital bldg. 1241. 7 30 p. Missouri Synod bldg. 546. 7 80 p. , bldg. 845. Weed Day services wednesday 7 00 p. . 844. Thursday. 6 80 p. In. Bldg. 845. Thursday 7 00 p. . 540. A save More planes can you afford not to own own National service life insurance and so permit your family to assume Ai the risk at your Post theater theatres i is 2 sat. Double feature Quot the ape Many Bela Luviso Quot i buddy Dick i Oran Harriet Hilliard Robert Paige. Is n. Amp triumphs Johnny Weissmuller Frances Gifford Quot actual War pictures in North Quot news of the Day no. 249. Quot news of the Day no. 249. Tues a a the hard Way Ida Lupino Dennis Morgan Joan Leslie Quot seen red White and blues Popeye the Sailor. Wed. And and a Day All Star cast news of the Day no. 250. Friday Quot Lucky Jordan Alan Ladd Helen Walker a screen snapshots Quot a Novelty a diving daredevils a sports. Theatre no 8 show. children Tim Holt Bonita Granville Quot trading blows sport Light climbing the peaks. Mon. And Camp show. Quot you can t take it with t triumphs Johnny Weissmuller Frances Gifford news of the Day no. 249. hard Way Ida Lupino Dennis Morgan Jean Leslie a a see a red Wiite and blues a Popeye the Sailor. Friday a a forever and a Day a All Star cast news of the Day no. 250. Lamar Uso saturday 7 80 p. Rn., most Quot Drums of Africa 8 p. Rn., gel fainting 8 80 p. Rn., sat Day night dance. I sundays 9 a. In. Java cd 4 p. Rn., meeting girls of Sac heart Parish 5 p. Rn., lets sin 6 p. Rn., 20-minute club Sac i concert 6 30 p. Rn., Kozy Kitche club t Owca Chili supper 7 p. Rn., movie a Drums of Africa 8 30 p. Un., concert hour. Monday 2 30 p. Rn., phys i education class Owca 8 p. Ladies in waiting health unit 7 p. Rn., Hospital show 7 p. W Omen s physical de neat to Owca 8 p. Rn., posed dance. Tuesday 10 30 a. Rn., win Bowling club 8th St. Uso p. Rn., Bingo 8 p. Rn., Art Las 8 p. In. Discussion club must room 8 p. Rn., a Cost form dance at Owca 8 30 p. Rn., i door sports 2nd floor. Wednesday 1 30 p. N horseback Riding wives 2 p. Rn., physical education Cia Owca 7 30 p. Rn., beginner Spanish room a 8 p. Rn., squad dancing 8 p. Rn., radio theat work shop 8 80 p. Rn., Advance Spanish room e. Thursday to a. Rn., Soldier wives club Reading mrs. A Kolp 7 p. Rn., women s physic education Owca 8 p. Rn., a red Hall dance 8 p. Rn., begin Nersy dance class 8 80 p. No concert hour 9 p. Rn., inform dancing 9 30 p. Rn., floor show eighth Street Uso saturday 8 p. In. Victor Jamboree featuring the Wichit i Falls Story league arranged b mrs. Jack Wilder 9 p. Rn., far Well party for Captain Ball. Sunday la a. In., breakfast club 8 p. Rn., Melody hour me lean music and dances 4 p. In. I soldiers sing song conducted by Bob Mcdonald 5 p. Rn., Vesper service vocal selections by Earl Redding accompanied by Jack Little. Monday 8 p. Rn., horseback Riding 8 p. In., Art class 9 p. Rn., Jam session and voice recordings. Tuesday 10 30 a. Iii., soldiers wives Bowling club 8 p. Rn., table games. Wednesday 3 p. Rn., horseback Riding 8 p. Rn., Bingo party 8 p. Rn., Art class. Thursday 8 p. Rn., camera club 8 p. Rn., pop Corn popping. A take More Rains Soldier Talent May be added to Uso shows solder Talent will soon have a Opportunity of showing what they can do if the proposed plan of Uso Camp shows to use soldiers in the Uso shows now playing for the armed forces is completed. In line with this plan Stephen Richards supervisor of Uso Camp shows will be at Sheppard Field March 12 to audition and review soldiers that May a available to augment these shows according to a letter received yesterday by maj. Tony l. Carter jr., special service officer. Sheppard Field enlisted men who would like to be heard on the above Date Are urged to Register with miss Lillian seller Post service club hostess

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