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The palisades. (Camp Shanks, N.Y.) 1943-19??, May 07, 1943, Image 4

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THE PAl.fSAOES Mtijr t. ISAS Entertayimerit Activities Delusion Dawns (BOXING PLANS Durmg^ Deluge h IN K , GH GEAR \1 erit* t f:« . ni^lit ly ai • l r S(> <-■ lulls \ft C ►rangi elpi Tg, Tap- pan, NyarK* and I ’ eail . IU Vi Tonight, M ay 4 . 7 — AM ♦girl Hhn ►w*. ‘ •Vic- tory Svveotln ?Arts f M at Bui Mr Ijtg 7510;. Tiiea (ms l ai nd 3, ‘ * I ec'H ly of Bi trie *Bf|ue ‘ * with Ha? 1>H i a Suinw; vek: iea1ter 2. ^The Forest HnngeHV' w i t h V 1 Ma. - Murr a y jui 1 1 Patilette God dai d ; The- Second Lieutenant Berriaid R. ■ Kolty has relayed the 'following ■story to The Palisades: _• One of the post's resourceful sac- ; ond lieute-pants has decided that. Recognizing the value of box ­ ing in developing competitive instinct and promoting coordina- at era m - and fi. \LtlKfi .oLiUkiikHi \\ with Errot Klynn and Ann Sheridan. May 8 — Theaters ’ 1 arid 3. “ Lady of ! Burlesque' ’ ; Theater 3, “ The Palcon { needed for these. ! Strike* Hark\ : Theaters'*, pud (!. \To- j night AVe Raid Palais\ with John Sqt- | toil and -Vnnabefin. May 9s — Metropolitan Opera stars and eonceirt vfolj.riipt at Buildihg “ 510; The- aters 1 ' ami :*• \The Poreat flaiigers\'; Thehier 2, \White Savage\ with .Marta MOntez and .foil . Hall ; 'J'lie ! ti, \.| ,ady ■ Of Burlesque.\ May IO- r Thrrtts while it pays to be thrifty.- it does\ 1Um i an ' d <Juick thinking, isthidiare not necessarily pay to. Accept. a |''etjl'emlou.s assets. ;o ’ n the hnttle- substitute* article for \th^reetl thing, Post Athtetic Oftice is ... . . ,j plaii-ning an extensive boxing pro- This canny officer, on a recent ^ in Which all soldiers in tnp to New York, noticed a .pair are „ 10 of clasay-looking shoes in a shop ’ * window. There was a card beside, 1 . ,s the int i chtion of 2d Lt, Lou s them, saying: \NV ,i nip ration ticket ' J ' ^ rer d> Athletic Otficer. to.' con- I Savage\ : Thealrr J ■ • ‘ i •' i : lit ay 1 , 1 - — Theater! ■ pj ietor said/ \Them shhee is made ,, v T ; 5 Robert (Rubyl Golds t-in, I aml3' \The Kat.' 1 ° f nM SP'; 1 cardboard, not leather.-, top-notch lightweight of a few roh Btpikf* Back\: Theater •>. \White' 1,1e °* ’ icer wore, the- newly ,ae- years'hick, .who is prepared to de- i\: TlM.ai;..> r. amt \Lady „ r ■ QUired ' ------ - \ j.clucr regular weekly boxing bouts , | among the various outfits On post, rhe ofticer leaped. »hrough the j pci/.es will be awarded the.' 'v.-'m. dooi like a startled fdnn. • tiers. A''.leam\wilLt{ien he selee:- “ Is that sign on .t)he jevel?\ he ed from the outstanding pet foi in- demanded. \If it is, give me a ers to represent Camp Shanks pair of those' dogs.\ j bouts with other Army, posts. Sure it s on the level, the pro- . The mitt-slmgeis will 1*0 couch d - ------- Tifi Robert — • in'. shoes to the opening dance vote, all his time to imbart some I at the Officers C lub.* That wa~s , of/the . Jihowledge acquired in m'lny .. . ......... .7 ^ cv ,,, . tff White because it rained that, years of - exor.ience . Theatet \I i :> < ip -i- Uf.fii n ^bt. , y The i enl importnnc<\ of k.no v - the l,;e^t;ipo'\* Theaters .5 and The The deluded office^ had to re* lodge of 'boxing to a soldier eng »e. 1 aiwT. 3, Forest H a tigers, j May 12 — USO variety show ai Build- ‘ jug 7510; Theaters 1 and fi. ‘ “ I Ks- ! caped fiom the, t Je-stajM*\ ; Theater $, i : My Friend Fllctca** ; % Theaters 5 and *, May lo 'Ihealers 1 and l eaped from the Cleatapd ” ; Theater 2, “ My Frier)ci Ftirka*' ; Theaters r, and f “ 6, ‘ White 'SavaRe.\ j Theater 1 is at Victory Hoad ami i Avenue TJ, Theater on A venue A he- hveen ‘ Areas i and 2 t TheateV 3 on Orangeburg;. Hoad l»ei weep Avenues A j and H, Theatei f* at Avenue A ami. Fast fOlst. St., and Theater 6 at Con- Life Savers „ . U S. Army Signal Corps Photo iMajor General David C. Shanks 1-1.111 ItnuiI nml Weste rn llialnvuv. , The- V airr' 1 is not yet open. TwHERE CREDIT IS DUE Have you been admiring the j art work which is the pride, of' i thought: I d : move the-shoes with a butter knife, gleaned from the feats of a few \\ 7T ■ former \puns\ whose valiant bat- ! tlihg against to tricky foe won the i acclafm of America. Sgt. Ba rney • Rose of the Marines declared b :x- i;ing is a great factor in-, out-thin'c- ' ing and outmanouverihg the Japs. Bill.y Beauhuld. former crack New Jersey lightweight, is . just 'j.u k from Hie 'Pacific, where he was cite ’ I- for killing 11 Japs in h in-J- to-hand combat, ^ Commander Gene TutUie.v has | urged that' this sport become p difiiy practice in all service ddmi .-s.- The Palisades? We Camp Shanks is nnmad after the Cavite for more than two years, late Major General DAvid Carey'He served in the islandsxtwice Shanks, Commanding Gieneral of more before assignment to the ent- th.- .New York Port of Embarka-1 barkation port in 1917. Following ! fion during the first Wbrld War j the war, ho held many posts before ; He administered the .position so | being named to command the' ably he was awarded the- Dis-1 Fourth .Corps' Area, in Atlanta, Ga.. I tihguished -Service yfedal of hot ti : where he served until his retire 1 the Army and. the Wavy. • | ment in 1925. General Shanks /developed and | General Shanks died April 10, put into opeiajinn /b- ” ch ■ 19 - 10 . speeded bhe depairlire for France I : a of 2.iKH).f>00 Vn/-iican. trooo.' ‘ a * u l ush job but a sai'e one. ‘ x v T A A / — xrr Ln JLgLI rile AKF, eta! Shanks suiVr-.iscd the va job of dehat kati\n. He retired' ft >m active servic\ Jan. 17, 1925. ‘ port-unit-y He was the antlAu- of sevet til ^1<, ” books on military tactics as well of the artists. There.are tlr.ee i. land they all work for Special j j Service Offlce-Cpl. Edwai-d J. I ; Camp, who created the front J (page masthead; Pfc George [Peed, y ’ ho did the \G.I. Feed- I box.\ apd- Pfc. David Do Porte. who sketched \Sidelights of the! i News,\ appearing next' issue. j Gen- ■ WAACS (t ontinued t-rum .h ’ atjt One) Use ektra car« wKen you are | Commander, Jack Dempsey also has tirVd. Fatigu^ leads to careless- j oraplmS£e3SniS{ boxliig afltJUkl 5? « rtess. -I “ must ” in training AruBrlcan ,so!«l- iers. . ' [ This camp already has been pre ­ sented with a ring which is part | of boxing' history. In that four-. : square, back on a Summer a.ft^r- : noon in 1921, Jack Dempsey . kayoed Georges Cai-pentier. The ; ring, still in good condition, will be set. up in one of the areas in • camp. Requisitions are in fof ; oth ­ er rings, too. • Men — interested in boxing are asked to send ! their names, or ­ ganization and barracks nuqvbt-r to the Post Athletic -Office, During daylight air attacks, never attempt to escape by run ­ ning. If the pilot hasn't seen you before, he is sure to if you run. Save This Handy Transportation Quide ' BUS SERVICE thee is 24-hour bus service b<; ! Points ^a'y- be made Transfer is tween the bus depot in Camp !. 'f*' ^ ^ter-fgr .Spring . . , ... j . tct . v , Valley. Also, buses leave camp to show what they can Shanks and Gm t o mtnal at 167th d t at 1:50 and j St, and Broadway, New York City. ,,. 90 a m j e .u k - • ---- — ----- , The Waac'S are quartered in the The camp depot is on Western! as a description of tile work of thel 15th Area,, of* Western Highway. Highway near the railroad station^ ' ** ,0 . r ,,<>s l >l,al Area embarkation port, \i .-s Tiiey P jiss - : where they have, two barracks of Buses leave for New York at. 20 Fiom Rockland State Hospital, ed Through, the Po t. ” Much of ; two-story''construction, n mess hall apd 50 minutes aftei every hour buses i ,.n hourly to New York this book was, devote i to the light- ' and a - combined Administration 1 beginning at 9':20 a. m. to 12:20 from 7.15 a. m. until 10:15 p, m. er side of the job included the Building and Recreation Hall. A ! a, m. After that they leave at 15 Plus one at 12:15 a. in, E*tra buses famous words of a joidier who do-) beauty parlor for the necessary minutes after each hour only. Ex- are.added between -5 and 7 p. m. barked at Hoboken in l£fl9 and : decorations also has been provided, ! tra buses are added from 4 p. m. j From New York to the hospital, wired his parents: Apebarked, de and the two skirled operators in to 6:20 p. m. Buses leave the New buses leave hourly from 8:25 a. m. other connections to north Jersey ;. the ferry leaves at 6:45 a. m., 7 : J5 sa • formerly was a wel ­ fare worker TTTTVinsteithrm^N . Y Ttie First Setgeant of theNjorn- s pany is Mary J. Shuman of schedules hold a week, except rush-hour ex- St 15, RELIGIOUS SCHEDULE the -outfit are waiting only for York terminal at' 20 and 50 min- 1 through 12:25 born j n ' equipment before they begin their i utes after eagh hour from 6:20! AH the .above He wns 1 essentia! tasks. j'a. m until l:20\a. m. After that good seven days • Military i £.*■• Talcott, their C O., formerly they leave every hour at 15 min- that there are no in 1384 was manager of the Real Esiaterutes after. Extra buses are added tras- bn Sunday. Department of the Scargdale.N- : between 6:20 a..m. and 7:50 a m.' From Nyack,\ a , Wenger, ferry -rly|Y,. -National Bank and T rust Co. Fal - es are $.77 one way, $1.10 round leavos for Tarrvtown «t a 4 ; The other bffleer assigned isJThird I tri p ) and $4^0 -for book of 10 tick- ’ a T , K yt _ ” ets,. . Running time is 45 minutes.'^' 1 ® and These buses follow one of two routes, subject to last-mirv*tc re ­ vision. On c makes stops at Tap-1 pan, Northvale. Norwood. Marring- ' ton Park, Closter, Demarest, Cress-1 kill, Tenafiy, Englewood at®! Fort I ' ,v - e. The other route is through ( Tatnym, Northvale, Norwood, Hat\ n Park. Haworth,' Dumont, ' Bet geVfu ’ ld. Teaneck and Fort \ ^ lousqd, delighted. ” - General Shanks Salem, Va., Aprii 6, graduated from the U. Academy ’ at .West Poin' and commissioned a Sec tenant. Infantry. He service at forts ifv the far wcoo*,.,. . HU HiHI in Virginia until 1899 -when Bi»>2 ” L c, ‘ r l2d L,t ' ) Dorca - s K - Kaiser, sailed gs a major with the 18th In . iwttn^in charge of Mess and Sup- fanti-n fn, thn Philippines. ' He 1 ljlv ' served atnWnT>~u alil Oc tober 1901, when he returned to\pb^ts in the Western pat t of the .U. S. . J::, r*' K “ * was governor oC the PravindV 1 of 8:15 a. in., 12:15 p. m 4:15, .5:15. 6:15, 7:15 and 11 p. m. From. Tarrytown to Nyack m., and 8:45 a. m., 12:45 p, m., 3:45, 4:45, 5:45, 6:45, and 7:45 p. m. and 12:30 a. m. On, Sundays fei-r'. v j4k.' leave Nyack at 10:15 a. m., rj' noon, 3:15 p. m.. etc., and from Tarrytown at 10:45 a. m., 12:15^ p. m.-, etc.; with the last ferry at ' 12:30 a. m. The fare is $.25 each way. From Camp Shanks to the Yon ­ kers Ferry at Alpine, N. J., bused leave at 5:30 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. From .Alpine, buses leave for camp at aboyt 7:45 a. m . 6 p. m.. 7 p. m.' and midnight, depending on ar ­ rival time of the fferry. From Al ­ pine, the ferry, which oarries cars as well as paasengets, tuns every 15 minutes between 4 p. m. and 7 p, to - The midnight ferry leaves Yonkers at 12. midnight, meeting the last bus to camp. At 7:30 a, m. a ferry leaves Yonkers and meets the 7:45 bus to- camp. Baseball (t onltnued Irom Huge One) .! out' Message Center SOUTH ( I4APKI. ' ( iiHi.illi- — Sutnluy Mass OMO. Writ S>esda> > -.Xiivviia l.Vvotions ami Bene-'-, ‘ h'-iion. . U«\'. fat'll Jiiv t•uni,--ion* \r.WMt W.-l ’ U-Day MaU'ai Ofiso! I ’ raie-iniit — b'uiiday Wotshin Merviee. Name . 1 rnnrsday- 1 )i-yot lops and Bible - h \\ cck, 1 • WorNhip ’ Sevv iet. | Or^anlA f.plo ^1 \jr^i *J. \y.ii k, N V, .Men uoeiHu^ ’ ilf : -\V'it '' ii \vi! ! i (• lo j»I;i iiv in pOrMOIl, liy phom i w ? J\ r< >.i t ;;; robtn I» c ( otc 15i)i) tni-« )i Friday. MMITH < U API-M a InliioUt* — -iSufidity M h ^ s , 1000, C'oiv ftiM^Dhs b»?!oro M»'ys.s. I * t*/M 1 1111 ( — SWuday VVoisliip Kytvir *, f \\ cdiK*s»fay IVtN ’ olifMi .St>rvic'.*, ^ pltiy£ti t'-l 1 it Wt'-'U, llt'.'M * * ... Berii^NjUso will :.be played with team.'? other Army posts in, I th,. Sedoatt Service Cpitutiatiid. Buses ^u^Nyack ‘ leave at 6:50 j . a.* m. and hourly after that ugtil 1:50 p. at. Then^ they leave at 3:10 and t: 10 p. nv., then 5:15* p m.} Zinviy. . Teu isli — ’ rtiesday r.f ’ > u.-Ai,. I n .TO. a \ o I. : ’ Fritlav '• W . whip St « i l mi , vNi-t'k. 2100 in r lV.n». ion BaTracks “ No, AbN . ’ Det-u! CIIECI* LXUI IHI Nt »•: BKLOl j Amateur ■tlj College , High School si tTI«tV HusriTAi. C at Unlit* — '* i it .• i i \ .M t-s ^tiv. W ii ’ .- IF,; Ctetfet*!- 1 it>ps b©ri.Hre .MliSii, 0600 and 0715 j ‘ .Vl'HtVMH 111 * — U t>V-)»ip s; I V iE<» in i 1-H, hie, Tpesdky ... It • Xt Vn: ; This ; i> on program.. A <i(H tioual in the t'hnp^U In the i-O ouni»,t aiM i-Th vequi i Devotional u Winn i i k r scltietl a f»*kI > servieeu are* held various art'a.k as hTotlres oT theyv tet v i-v* ’ Vs ill l»e dit XiuOFt-h a»t'l Chapel Nc ,| Dal Applu-ant^ the tem can fill| and ^ ev<M y m,,, . hou , , ,t tins forfe^Wr^ura it via the. |. 15> eU . , ’ unU1 1:U a . ni . Klx)m , 1 Nyack' buses, leave for camp .at . I 6-15 a. m v '7:00, 720. 7:40, 8:20 a. m. j j and . at 20 after each- honr until -[ 1:20 p. m. Then they leave at I | 2:40 p. m., 3:40, 4:40, 5; 15, 5:45 ! l and every half hour until l:l5a. m.i I The* fare, is $.20 each way. | ) Between Tnppan and Nyack, ! j buses tun every half hour, on the ! j ho-ur and half hout. from 6 a j tintil .midnight, both ways, j Buses rufl ft om camp to Pearl j ! River at 10 after egch bout from 1 [ 7: JO a. m. ttiXOugt) 11:10 p. m plus j [•bile at ‘ ’ IS: 15 a. m. Frbin ' Pearl ] ! River to camp, buses run at 6:30 . ..................... ...L ....................... I a. m, 7:09, 7:45, 8:30 a m, and at i 30 after each hout until 10:30 p.m.' I phis on6 at 11,10 p. m. The fare --------- — — — -r — - — ■■■-■ — — — ' j nr -$130: - wfteh \. ’ .wfiyv Tiiesc busps i — jus) . .. .......... ; .......... .. ................. [make stops at Rockland State Hos-i, j pitai, with about five minutes dif-! ....... ,.....,............ ference from the start or arrival.- ’ rat the camp depot. ..... .. .............. | From Pearl River, bun connec-, j tio-n.- may b.e mqde with .many] ............. .. .. .. .. . Stale i points Including Westwood where | >>» w. V' St. 2:55 A.M 6:45 \ 7 ; \ S A 5 S : 30 9:15 . 16;23 H : 06 12:35 i t ; la 1; 25 lark Tu Orangeburii train - si: rv it r: llhlly. Schedule l.v. Wkn. 3:14 A.M. Orungeliuru To i 7 j 7:34 :j . 8 :30 1\/ \ . j 9-30 - j 10:34 \ j 11:25 \ ' Mi : 12 : It I ’ M. \VI k ; t:3i; ” Ar. Orgb. ! I,v. Orgb. 'N . Y , 4.15 ,\.M. - - -- 7:50 >« 8:15 \ 9 : lt0 ■; .9:3.; \ 1 10:03 \ j 14:33 \ j 11:59 ” i 1:33 I ’ M ! 1:59 * ” 2:15 ” 4:21 A-M. 5:18 6:13 G : 38 7:05 7:28 • 7:39 7:5G 8:10 8:31 9:21 Ar. Wkn. 5:55 AM. fi: I? 1 *' 7:30 •' 7:18 ” ^ : 07 8:2 4 r j 8 : Jii . ' 8 :40 ” j 9 :00 • ” | 10:10 York* j . Ar. 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