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Friday, Sepfcmbcr 39, 1911. 3 cLiNTONiAy ,'huL" THE DAIIiY Page Two Chinese Officials Join Dumbarton Oaks Meet; Big Three in Agreement (Continued from page 1) Troubh'-SliooUT ' To Take Over I'oshvar Poliry (Continued from page 1) British Troops Widen Corridor In Netherlands (Continued from page J ) ever iiiuolinls are necessary for the most effective prosecution of the war." without lvpurd to the end of I lie war against Herman)'. Prevent Surpluses ti. Take action to prevent iiihioccb-sary surpluses piling up. 7. Accelerale economic studies to prevent Germany rrolu having wnrimikinK powers in the future. S. Submit proposals to fulfill u declaration that it is "in t lie national Interest of the I'nlled Stales" to see that I he destruction and devastation of war Is repaired in overrun lauds. France utitunin Is a tricky season. Another is reconnaissance and that again to be effective depends upon good visibility. A third la artillery and air force barrage to precede attack and this in turn depends upou propitious conditions. ( lit Into Slreilglll In the meantime, (len. Patina anil the Hrilish lo the north were making cllectiw cuts into Nazi strength. During die last 24 hours, lor example, den. Putlon's urinor destroyed Mi (li-rinaii tanks in heavy lighting east of Nancy. A number of Uer-maii counterattacks were hurled back us die enemy apparently al-Icmplcd lo disrupt the American organization preparations. Nazi counter- thrusls weakened throughout die urea east of F.indho-veii In Holland, where the British Second Army steadily widened its holdings. THE 1-lltST IIAITIST lill'ltl'll OK 'LINTON 'inner of Walnut and i-Hlll l!n Crawl, Minister (iciii-ire I'lieiiliall, .Minister of Music Mrs. 'led Morgan. I'lanisl Ml. John Swirkurd, Siipi'lilitellilelll or Hie (traded lllble Si I I !l;4ll a. in. - lllble School Is opened Willi orchestra. This Sunday is llally Day ami also World t iniunlon plan to be In Hie services. We are wanting as many visitors as we have names of boys on our serv ice roll. People w ho do not go anywhere to Sunday School, come in the place of one who is in the service of his country. World Communion will be observed by all Christians around the Oiiilon Kiisigns Speak to Exchange CI ul Members THE mtKT MUTIIOIIIST ( III IMil ( lilliiitl ('. .Ionian. Mini-ler 11:30 a. ill. - .Morning Worship. World Cotiiiniinloii Sunday. Dr. Claude McClure, District Superintendent, bringing u brief message. 10:4Ti a. in. -- Chinch School. The superintendent has moved the Promotion Program and llally Day Service in the Church School (o next Sunday, the Mb. The First tyunrterly Conference will be held lin dlately following the uiorniiiH service, at 11:30 o'clock. (i:30 p. 111. Melhudist Youth Fellowship. Jack Heeder. president. 7:30 p. in. levelling Service. The Young people will discuss the Fountains of Life closing Willi an Impressive Candle Light service. 7:00 p. m. Monday. Scout meeting and gym session. 7:00 p. m. Wednesday. Family Church-Night program beginning promptly at seven o'clock with a supper, the program immediately following, with interesting features and important announcements. Hir luce of sorshli, Ceil, ration is cleaning up die entire Kplnal-llel-lorl area In what could be Hide else than preparation lor a general ol-lenslve. A unit tin Signal .Military officials lei II be known some lime ugo that the Third Army had run ahead or Us fuel supplies and brought its swift advance through France lo a hall ut the edge of the Moselle river until gasoline and oil could be brought up. By now it is probable that (Sen. Pat-ton's armor is ready to go ahead the moment the signal is given. This signal probably waits upon a number of things. One. of course, is the weather, and in eastern tiou will consist of, beyond (he fact of its having a ceneral assembly, a counucil dominated l'J' "' '''-' l",w" era. and an International court. Today's coniliiuiiiiiue said Hie six weeks' conversations "have been useful and have led In a large measure of agreement on reciiiiiineiidii-tliuis lor the general framework of the organization, and In particular for the machinery required lo maintain peace and security." KeKi't to tjovcriiuifiils The statement added ' Unit the three delegations ure making reports to their respective govern-menls. The next step will be a simultaneous statement by the three governments. This statement will disclose to the world for the first time the lull details of what the new world security organization will consist of. It will not be issued, however, until the close of Hie Chinese phase of the conversations, which was scheduled to begin this afternoon. (Continued bom page 1) Benders "Benders" are known to police al automobile thieves who deliberately try to attract the attention of police- men, so as to provok a chase just for the thrill of it. ITl'SitiOIlt RoOSCVelt, III IliS 11CWS conference, denied tin' n'piiris of li cuhinot split out I lie issue of how harshly (lei-many should he treated uftcr the war. lie Insisted lluil lln reports were essentially untrue in liuslr farts and added that lie wished to emphasize thai phrase. Settle Iniiel Vimi-rcl However, today's action briiiKiliK Crowley Into tlie picture was viewed as a typical presidential device to settle an liilcr-adniintstrntion difficulty one lie lias used on other occasions. The president's instructions to Crowley today were contained in an eight-point program for relaxation of various wartime controls to be put into effect by t lie the Foreign Eeo-nomlc Administration upon the collapse of Nazi Germany. The program was outlined by Mr. Roosevelt in a letter of instructions sent to Leo T. Crowley, Administrator of the I"KA. ltclnx Export. Control The president culled upon Crow-ey to; 1. Relax controls over exports to the fullest' extent ci apalible to our continuing war objectives, particularly that of defeating Japan as fluickly iand effectively as possible." 2. Make a review of strategic and criticnl and raw material stockpiles "with a view to reducing procurment from foreign sources. surprise at the magnitude of the navy and declared that the volume of equipment is beyond comprehension. .Most, of the men now being tuken into the service are being used as replacements for men who have been on foreign duty too long and are now being sent home for a resl. Sees IiOlig War W ith Japs He looks forward to a long war I world. Those who ure in the service will have communion served to them, by Hie chaplains. i 10:45 a. in. Morning worship. 'and communion. Sermon subject. I "What Communion Does for l's." I (1:30 p. m. ISaptist Youth Fel with Japan, but explained thai every man in the navy lookB to the 1WIKVIEW PAI1ISH J. S. (iiNlvtin, Minister Knlly Day Fail-view WASHINGTON, D. C. Dr. Wellington Koo. chief of die Chinese delegation to die Dumbarton Oaks 9:45 a. m. Sunday School. An- conference, said today die Chinese . plan was closely similar (o the. Hril-j lowship. A meeting lor all ages, juniors, Junior-Hi and Seniors. 7:00 p. in. The time of the evening worship is moved up to 7:00. Sermon subject, "Turning From God." 7:00 p. in. - Wednesday. Prayer service and Bible study. ,,8:0(1 P. m.. Wednesday. Orhces-tra practice. . drew Simpson, Supt. 7:30 p. m. - Sermon by Dr. C day when he may come home to stay. When these men do come back they want to find the country as it was when they left it. they expect an opportunity and not a dole to be waiting for (hem and will.be bitter if denied this opportunity to succeed on their own merits. Ha. . , Hollywood Stars in State M. McCluro, or District Superintendent. Communion Service. First lsil ami Aujeiicuii emus, ami in- m no obstacle to agreement on an .international peace and .security 'Pt't ganization. ,..-,:)) Sees No Obstacle Koo made this statement jusit bo- foro the , opening of the Chinese-phase of the conference today. Following a plenary session yes 'iuarterly Conference, (alem 10:00 a. in. Sunday School. E. B. Randolph, Hupt. 11:00 a. in. World Wide Communion Service. 7:30 p. m. Quarterly Conference held at Falrview. ! Caoital, Boost War Fund terday of the Russian. British iind American delegates, . the Russians sl U v ' VS5". .... ( 3. Limit preclusive purchasing in foreign mantels, with the exception that all necessary steps he taken to prevent Japan from getting such materials. focus On Japan 4. Change the program of economic warfare in order to focus its effects fully upon Japan. 5. Continue lend-lease "in what CVlller withdrew and the Chinese entered the conference for th first time.. 10:00 a. in. Sunday School. Ernest Myers, Supt. 7:30 i. m. (iuarterly Confer : . rnrct l 5 ence at Fairview. INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. Hollywood stars, marshalled by radio station YVIAV, will come to Indianapolis Wodiiedsny to entertain members of the Indianapolis I'ress Club unci war fighters and to boost the United War and Community Fund Campaign. The group will be headed by Drain Doulevy. film actor, and King Vldor, movie director. Others will include Ann llichards, pretty leading lady; Walter Abel, well-known character actor; Hugs Itagand. the comedian, and Nancy Walker and Jean l'orler, starlets. Their schedule will include a v isit to Hillings General Hospital Wednesday afternoon, entertainment al the Press Club in the evening and a trip to Camp Attcrhury Thursday AT. FIRST C.tf.VAISY BAPTIST CIU'IM'H .n Blackmail Street. Dr. l-'i-auk S. Kei r, Minister 11:30 a. m. Bible School. John Carnell. Supt. 10:45 a. m. Morning Worship. Sermon theme "On the Way With Christ." . . 11:30 p. 111. . Young Peoples service. 7:30 p. m. F.vening Service. Sermon subject "(living Heed to (lod's Waves of Itighteolls Warnings." 7:30 p. m. Collage prayer meeting Monday evening. 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer service Wednesday. Monthly Business meeting following the prayer service. Children's Hour Friday afternoon from 3:30 to 4:30. All children are invited to altend. A cordial welcome awaits you ut Calvary Church. Cume bring a friend. ,L?I0N OF A (6nU r s S- yr FlltST CHIil.STlAX CHI IM'H Jllm-lvllian Klreel li. I'. Deroisler, I'ttslor World Wide Communion Sunday will be duly observed, emphasizing "World Wide" Fellowship at the Lord's Table next .Sunday, at the morning worship. The main feature of Ibis service will be World Wide Fellowship in the order of worship with the climax in the morning message, "The Cords That. Hind The Church Together." This church is..co-operatioiig in the movement to supply elolhing lo destitute Kurope. Bring your old and new clothing lo Hie church and a coinniiltee in charge will see that it reaches lis proper destination. The llible school .hour is St: 30 with the Special .World, Wide Comuuiu-iou Service following at 10:45. Classified Ads Sell Most Anything SIIKIAIMHVIIliK NHW - ' rKton ? jfTTril $ CUT FLOWERS I Now l Grade A 11 5 ROSES n Camclbaek! l ? i.omi stkmmkd itnn roses 3 II f FKOW THls II f D0Z- C'Jc BUNDLES OF 25, $1.25 5 II jfK 1 I CARNATIONS, S 1 I YTf fTtW) li f UKO, l'INK AND VARIEOATKD i J 1 lit MUMS I V. J H i llliAI'TII-'l'l. 1IKI SI'ICY BUNCHES 5 n TO THISIL f 7jc BUNCH I ICtfOflG 11 i " Bill'illlTES Yorit 'home ' " ' ' 5 in Faetorv-4 onirollMl ( S with flowers S ;1 itEAPiiiv If i '. With Grads A Camelbackl I j Wl fTTY ! I I Mi l TT TT T ftFi f 1 600-6 7.00 ft I 7 U . AY ( I II Only the nnest materlala If J; I ' m 1 I V S 11 and the best workmanship Vi II IaIZ I go Into Firestone recaps. 1 lll I I ,kvJ C ii xv j j v j j i , ' j . POLAND'S i I 241 S. Main St. Clinton, Ind. I p Firestone-Texaco Service 5 ? 120 N. Main Clinton, Ind. 7v.vwwvwvyvv.wV.V.VrtV,AWWWWVVwJ MONUMENTS 0 A Complete, Line 0 For Service Jtrop lis A Card E. W. Walsh Monument Co. 12114 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute. Indiana TKSTAMKNT Hl lt H K'. .ItMM'pli K. Hiiim'i'ieklioiisc, Pn.stor "A. , M.,.- 11:00 a. m. filorniiiK A urMup. Communion Srrvicp. 7:30 m. KvrninK Service. 7 : :50 i. in. Wednesday. Prayer nu'i'ling and biiKincss meeting. Oct. 1st is Rally. A free iiin for all who attend. iiii.M i:i;st citKsm ti;i;i IK It! II II: 30 a. in. Sunday School. (1:01) p. in. Intermediate FOR SALE THE D. V. COTTRELL HOME 10 Acres more or less. -4 Room house on lawn. Screened porch, 2 other porches, shade, good water,, cistern on porch, electricity, grate, chicken house, mile off road 41. Priced To Sell See C. E. HAWKINS Or D. V. Cottrell i;osi:n and Senior Tuxis Societies. 7:in p. in. .(.Kvening Church service. Observing our part of the World-Wide Communion Service. Choir will sing. Sermon subject, "The Power of a Symbol." Simple Test Aids Thousands Who Are Hard of Hearing Thanks to an easy no-risk hearintt tost, many thousands who have been temixirarily deafened now say they hear well again, if you are bothered hy ringing, buzzing head noises due to hardened or co.u'ulateil wax (cerumen), try the Ourine Hume Method test, Vou must hear better after making this sinijile test or you get your money back at ouce. Ask about Ouriue liar Drops today at Throw Your Scrap Into the Fight! I'lil-'.K HOLINESS MISSION iMH X. will Rev. Jasper ( ullei-son, Bishop Mrs. ( a((eis Assistant rs(or A new speaker for Sunday ntuht. You are Invited to hear these speakers, preaching and music. 7:30 p. m. Sunday night service. 7:30 p. m. Thursday night prayer service. n T75 TTt IT T R IfAM rutsT iRi:sitYTi:i(iAN ciii ncii Third and Mulberry St. Hev- Chalk's l.indheig. Minister Oue-'cliurch will join in the World- Save four Home! Wide ('oniinunioii Service. The table tall. "The Heroism of a Noble Despair." The anlfiein "1 Will ltcnicmbcr 'Thee." (Young People's Society of Christian Kudeavor at (l:uo p. m. Hetty ilodiiar, leading. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS O) HOUSE I'tlVl the- I School Cym f -at High It's America's most wcey-useef house paint! -You save when you buy it Amazing low price Clinton .19 Protect! your home belter Keep it beautiful longer Covers more surface Sovet repainting il washes aiily -Keeps its beauty longer SEPT. 30 UtRD AY, Per Cal. in 5's PROTECT PORCH FLOORS 8:00 P. M. - HE AR - with Shcr win-Williams CHRISTIAN SC1KNCF; SOC'IKTV KID l-U liliK-kniaii St. (Fjthlan ljalt) :30 a. m. Sunday School. 11 a. m. Churcli. Testimonial meetings every 1st vid 3rd Wednesday of each month. Sfffi5' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES "Unreality" is the subject of the l,essou-Sermon in all ('hurche.-i ..f Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, October 1. The (ioldcn Text is: "The things which are seen are temporal; but the things which ure not seen aro eternal" (II Corinthians 4.1H). Among (he citations which comprise the I.csson-.Sermon is the h.llowinir from the Bible: "Have mercy upon me, O God, according to (hy lovingkindncss: according unto the multitude of thy tender mercies blot out my transgressions. Wash me throughly from mine iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin. For I acknowledge my transgressions: and my sin is ever before me. Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be cleans wash mc, and I shall be whiter than snow. Restore unto mc the joy o( thy salvation; and uphold mc with thy free spirit" (Psalms 61:1-3, 7, 12). , , The Lesson-Sermon also includes the foliowinp: passages frorn the Christian Science textbook. "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "How shall we reform the man who has more animal than moral courage, and who has not the true idea of frood ? . . . Reason is the most active human faculty. Let that inform tle sentiments and awaken the man s dormant sense of moral obligation, and by degrees he will learn the nothingness of the pleasures of human sense and the grandeur and bliss of a spiritual sense, which silences the material or corporeal" (p. 327). POnCH &BECKPM!T Wcatherproofs the surface. Resists wear and tear. Beautiful gloss finish. Sj . 1 5 Qt. 1. CAP HOMER I tAINf A tOOM OH ONLY (7.91 WITH MltACLf WXU HNISH it. UAL. Republican Candidate For United States Senator and Other Prominent State Officials EVERYONE WELCOME! ENTERTAINMENT Staats Auto Supply "The Place To Buy" FOR THAT FALL "CLEAN-UP" SEE OUR 1944 WALLPAPER PATTERNS

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