IMar Aupices ~ M
JjntNAi. War Work Council
pKES FINE PflOGBtS?
igrth Division May Have umy
CSchool of Kind for American
P /frmy Division.
iHgfe: establishment of a school at
k isnp Green o for the Instruction oi!
final corps m*n has been announced
Mp?a headquarters of Major Genj|i-Cameron,
commanding officer dt^
?B"Oreene. General Cameron au )
Major Q. I. McBntee. divisM&itolial
officer, to establish at this
flnr what may be the only signal
MmL conducted by a division of
^^H^troobs. Major Potter Palcommanding
the Eighth field
;fc?ttalion, which is the signal
the division, and will as*
^^^KpMcEntee in the conduct of
so far In
ii- "regimenis, they may have f
. ^^HEroctora or none at all. Also,
jpfifa the men are expected to
wh}L better "team work"iu they
K? Expected to understand each
methods and variation of sys?BH(8ir?"McEntee,
the former comESer
or the Eighth held signal bat|m
before he was designated by I
Eiral Cafrteron as division signal .
B5v discharged the task of work- i
wgtt tWmain ideas of this school, '
Scatter the arrival of Major Pal- ]
? the battalion's new commander, i
??o-operated In the working out .
the plans. Admirable success in
|Sy jespect ss claimed.
3ESSfaplete equipment for. the study
Okii" methods ?f signaling is in
jTvands of the instructors. This
Ibt Includes several nunarea
pigeons, which are housed In
Mi painted green, hear Gen- ,
meron's headquarters. Both
? and wireless systems are in
N SERVICES HELD .
' ATK. OFC. BUILDING
it Activities Have Full <
f for Several Dayt at K. ,
Building. - |
f the latter part of the past I
rvices were hold appropriate i
Closing of the Lenten season t
.ending of Holy Week. All 1
rata were stopped after Tues- i
it, in order that the soldiers i
iter the spirit of the weelc * t
utday evening Father Tracy- 1
t a wonderful sermon to the <
his subject being "The Be- J
The soldiers were yery at- i
tad long before the appointed t
Opening each bench was filled
iaing room could not be J
Biy evening Father Shu ran <
Wfty-elghth Infantry was in i
hb oi devotions, iioiy nour was t
flBwr an Impressive manner. Father* ]
Mo then preached a fine sermon, i
CgQbJect was "The Institution of 1
figfaMd gacrapient." The soldiers t
H*afcowed that they had entered
n&HWs In the right spirit?the
flKSf the holy, mother church e
to hifve at such a solemn
building was overflowing t
jfcll good men, and a number
^^^Sffthe slight, rain, so crowded e
St. BlHSa verandas. Good Friday ]
titer Casey held stations of the
^ ttjft.Fafher Strickland preached
tfilHfcon. .His subject wad "The r
gflMPan-" After the sermoneJor- ]
Printed Weekly for the f
Edition for CAMP G
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N r/T71 '
A TRIBUTE TO THE Y. M. C. A.
On all aides there are expressions
if sincere appreciation of t^e work
:hat Is being 3one by the Y. M. C. A.
n Camp Greene and In the other army
;amp8 In the United .States and
ibroad. This cartoon, drawn for
rrench and Camp by Lleiy. F. W.
Fllttner, of the Fourth engineers, expresses
in a vivid way-the activities
of the association. That Lieutenant
r.'l itnor feels ns he does about the
JEWISH PASSOVER WAS ^
OBSERVED BY TROOPS
Many of Soldiers Entertained in
Homes of Charlotte and Other
Cities of State?Special
The Jewish holiday, which began
EVednesday evening, Mat'ch 27, is one
it the most important of the Jewish
lolidays, oommemoratlng the passing
it the Jewish people from the yoke of
:he* Egyptians. The-men of "Camp
Greene were much worried how they
vere to observe the holiday properly,
jut through the co-operation of the
nilitary authorities, the good work of
he Jewish Warfare board and tho
lelp of the people of Charlotte, all
were taken care of. Two hundred
nan visited private families in Greens>oro,
Wlitston-Salem and High Point.
Many were taken care of In homes In
Charlotte and for the balance npblic
Jeder services were held at.thWtem>le
In tofrn.. Nearly 300 men attended
he latter and were made very happy.
Although there- are only abeut 18
rewlsh families in Charlotte, a meal
was served to these 260 men all at
>ne time that every man that was
jresent Will remember for a long
;lme. Various speeches were made.
Mr. Sellgman, the Jewish welfare rap esentatlve
at* Camp Greene, saljf a
'ew words and concluded with these
1. Olory In your Judaism.
2. Fear God and no man but your elf.
3. Hold your neaa up ana iook
sveryone straight in the. eye.
4. . Be an honor to your country
Ilabbl Ot Raleigh to Speak at Camp
The Jewish board for welfare air?
iounces that on Friday, April 6,. Rabbi
3bwenberg of Raleigh, N. C., will offl:iate
at services to be held in the
Oarlsh Welfare club room, T. M." C,
X. No. 105. All are welcome.
M. C. A. by Courtesy of
REENE Charlotte, N. C. '
: lf<- '
place that th6 "Y" has with the men
who are following the colors is a
cause for sincere pleasure on the part
of those wha "are Btrtvlng to serve In
this organization. The officials and
secretaries "of thg Y. M. Cr" A. esteem
it a great privilege to be able to be of
service In this hour of the country s
need. They will follow the flag to^
France-and their ministering care will
be administered under all circumstances.
WELFARE WORKERS AT
CAMP FORM LEAGUE
Seek to Promote Activities and
Secure Uniformity of Effort in
For th?. promoUon \>f systematic
welfare work in Camp Greene and In <
order that they may have hearty cooperation
In all of their plans for
jEe social, moral and religious welfare
of the soldiers, -all ?1 the welfare
workers in the camp have formed a
league. The organization Was perfected
on Tuesday, following a delightfully
prepared luncheon, at the Y. W.
C. A. hostess house in the camp.
At the Instance of Dr. J. O. Grogan,
Y. M. C. A. camp secretary for Camp
Greene, representatives of the various
organizations which are doing religious
and social work in the camp
were oalled together recently for the
purpose of drawing up plan^ f01" a
permanent organisation. The meeting
Tuesday was In response to a call from
thee temporary organization. All of
theorganlzations were well represented,
including the Y. M. C. A., K. of
C.. Red Croas. Jewish welfare workers,
Y. W. C. A. hostess Hfcuse, camp
pastors, Fosdlck commission, camp
chaplains and the American library
The metintf was presided over by
Dr. T. H. Mangum, who was acting |
camp secretary In the absence of Dr.
Qrogan.- After a statement of the pur-,
poses of the meeting Dr. Mangum called
for a report of thecommittee
which had been appointed to draw
up a plan for permanent organization.
This report was read by Mr.
Sellpnian. who Is the camp representative
of the Jewish brotherhood. This
report was adopted and the following
officers elected: Dr. J. O. Crogan.
president; Mrs. Pinkham. of the hostess
house, vice president: Mr. Seligman,
secretary; Mr. ManJon. of the
K. of Cs, treasurer. The report set
cut that the object of the,league was
ARMY NEWS J 1 1 " V^^|
f FOR ARMY MEN ^LJllJi^
THEIR HOME FOLKS ^ JM
tJHO MOTOR 'MEGHDHCS "Iff *4
SEIfl TO CP GREENE |)?i '
Movement Constitutes First
Step in Establishment of Avi-N MrwJ
ation Training School.
The arrival at Camp Greene of | \ fSA
6,000 mechanics of the aviation sec- \ 11
tlon signal corps during the past week vHJJPcJjt "%'?'
has created a great deal of interest |IHHIH1
in the camp. ( The movement was in M
progress for more than ten days, the
soldiers temporarily organized into vV , ;>
two regiments, coining here from Bnjj llfl
constitutes the iirst step in the carry- THJj II I llw
ing out of the promise of the war do- Mk\l||lA - i. .
partment to establish at Camp Greene InivVlH
an aviation corps ground school. Bj
These soldiers, ail of whom are ex- lr>f|jjHl
perls in the repair and assembling ^.1.' J
of gaaollne engines, formerly were'
CK\ i|'*C' their units
(will make greater the aviation ground BjLJuB
school at this camp, no official an- MTT9> '-2jk- ?
j nouncement regarding such plans has y v
| The personnel of these regiments is IJB|-KS;
jauch that their presence in camp will m
b$ a great addition. They are a fine | unl *& >* ^
| lot of men. both officers and men. In HHujH
Ian Interview with some of them The H fil B
! Trench and Camp man was informed tBt M M fla
; thaftney are very much pleased with IHk9J|
the promotion of the welfare.work in
i Tin- workers nr&tent discussed va- * BVW AI *. "ft; "~?r'
r'.ous phases of the conditions at RVjPlE- '
Camp Greene. Praise was liberally ^je52%?aftlI
given the officers of Camp Greene, the HMV9/ *:.V'
city of Charlotte, and the county ati- KdFmfy %: ,x-4':
thorltles for their splendid efforts in IKmMJ
I creating a fine moral atmosphere for tflvV/ - V?;I
tho soldie/s In camp here. Other Wj /KjS'f fT?cHiie
.phases where Improvement is sought [i#g]r~ '
! were discussed and committees ap- VF M/t
pointed to make a study of the situa- ". AM#;
tion. That there is such a unanimity
.ot aim and effort amDng the different
organizations has been the subject of rl IW
-much favorable comment in Charlotte ,
and other interested cities. '
The Luncheon which preceded the
meeting 'was a well-appointed affair. /VAwfHW
The hostess house, which is rapidly |
becoming a meeting place for the solI
dlers and organizations, came in for a WjHry3p
great deal of praise for the success
S SERVICE FLAGS. fg 1. '
There comes to our desk a publi- y \v.'
cation calling Itself the "Wlngfoot \J*4
Clan," a trade paper issued by the \ 1
Goodyear Rubber Co. In the current ( V i. (
issue it publishes its service flag, on " yVj
which there are 3,035 stars. That is M FTy
a record of which any corporation I I
might well feel proud. | J CTiT
| But tne uooayear people are noi
the only ones who are proud of tly '
fellows'Who have gone over the top
in their determination to do their bit
Every mother's son in Camp Greene
has' a star somewhere. It may not he
I emblazoned on a silk flag in front of 1
| an office or a church,' but his memory
Js enshrined in the heart of some HFV|
[good woman, perhaps, or a proud father.
Such a conviction should spur
every man to do his best in this fight
for human liberty and righteousness. LsUlifl
, m Ml iu
WANT SOLDIERS TO WRITE. ffl |H( U
; Trench and Camp desires <b have If HU] IE
I contributions from the soldiers. ill H ( JIB
We want regimental, battalion and (A HJJ 1
I company letters that record the U(J JJjJJ [((
doings of tlto officers and men. II I IB Mg
, Please sec that your unit is rcpre- Mil R HI
I seated in this paper. Hand yonr 111 |Lj III
j secretary of the nearest Y. M. Q. A. nil} II Wfl
I news letter, cartoon or poem to the W M
orlLC. secretary. ' " *, ?
THE EDITOR. CX T f