Church services were held regularly on the island fortress of Corregidor
despite constant desp almost consnt aerial bombardment and artillery fire, an American announcement n ent stated. Almost Department noucemated. Almost all of the men who were not on duty attended the services, it was stated. Those on duty were constantly visited by the chaplains, who braved the Japanese shells to reach the batteries and gun-pits, the announcement said. U.S.A., a Capt. Herman C. Baumann, U.S. priest of the diocese of Pittsburgh, was one Catholic chaplain reported to the o be on Corregidor.