Religion: Concerning Chaplains

Many are the men of God who are famed and glad for their ministrations to men of War. Last week Col. Julian E. Yates of Washington, chief of U. S. Army chaplains, went to hear a Lenten sermon at Washington's First Congregational Church. Minister of that church is rugged, cheery Dr. Jason Noble Pierce, himself a Wartime chaplain, presidential pastor during the Coolidge administration. But Dr. Pierce was away; occupying his pulpit was Dr. Peter Ainslie of the Christian Temple, Baltimore.

Chief Chaplain Yates sat in a pew directly under Dr. Ainslie, who...

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